1. The problem statement, all variables and given/known data Use the equation derived about to calculate the exact value of the initial speed that will produce a circular orbit of the satellite at an altitude of 1000 km above earth. 2. Relevant equations -Derived equation provided: Finward = Fg m1 v^2 / r = Gm1m2/r v^2 = Gm2/r v= (square root of) Gm2/r 3. The attempt at a solution Finward = Fg m1 v^2 / r = Gm1m2/r v^2 = Gm2/r v = (square root of) Gm2/r v = (square root of) (6.67x10^-11)(5.98x10^24)/1000 v = (square root of) 3.98....x10^11 I didn't round of 3.98....on my calculator; I saved the whole number and calculated the square. This gave me: v = 631558.39 v = 6.3x10^5 m/s ???? Is this initial velocity though? Or did I miss a step?