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Mikasun1108

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- Homework Statement:
- The weight of a man on the moon is 1/6 of his weight on Earth. If a man is at the surface of the moon whose diameter of its cross-section is approximately 4.47x10^6, what is the mass of the moon?

- Relevant Equations:
- F=gm1m2/r^2

Thanks for the help! :)

Edit: My answer is 1.25 x 10^7 ( I do not think it is correct, I'll try to think some more and update my answer)

Do we need to get the mass of the man? or is this problem actually solvable?

-sun1108

Edit: My answer is 1.25 x 10^7 ( I do not think it is correct, I'll try to think some more and update my answer)

Do we need to get the mass of the man? or is this problem actually solvable?

-sun1108

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