When considering a satellite in geosynchronous orbit, its speed is zero across (relative to) Earth's surface.
From Kepler's third Law: T2=(4π2r3)/(GM), we can derive that v2=GM/r
This would tell us that as the radius of a satellite to Earth's centre increases, its velocity decreases by a squared amount.
My Physics Class realized that, for the period of Earth and consequently the satellite to be constant, an increased radius from Earth's centre would require the satellite to travel at a faster velocity.
We could not explain this apparent anomaly and were clearly not accounting for some crucial factor.
Any help at explaining where we are wrong would be appreciated.