Consider a moon that is 1.15 x 10^6 km from the planet it is orbiting..... 1. The problem statement, all variables and given/known data Consider a moon that is 1.15 x 10^6 km from the planet it is orbiting. This moon makes one complete orbit every 27 days. What is the orbital period of a satellite orbiting the planet at a distance of 4.10 x 10^6 km? a)96.3 d b)181.8 d c)63 d d)4.01 d I was given a formula T^2/r^3 = k constant So i set up the equation (27)^2/(1.15 x 10^6)^3= T^2/ (4.10 x 10^6)^3 and got T^2= 3.30 x 10^22 and take square root of that which gives me T=1.87151521 x 10^11. However my answer is not a choice above. Did i do something wrong with my calculation?