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Calculate the gravitational acceleration at the surface of (a) Mercury and (b) Saturn's moon Titan?

Ive found A by using: F=GMm/r^2

a=Gm/r^2

But how do I find saturns moon titan....All i know is saturn mass which is 5.69e26 and radius6.03e7 of staurn, plus orbit radius 1.43e12

these are not given in the problem I have a chart with the main planets info.

I thought i could just use saturns radius plus orbitsal radius for "r" and use that...but it didnt work.

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# Homework Help: Find accel. of g on Saturns Moon.

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