Finding the distance a satellite travels. Help!! 1. The problem statement, all variables and given/known data A satellite orbits at a distance from the Earth's center of about 6.20 Earth radii and takes 21.7 hours to go around once. What distance (in meters) does the satellite travel in one day? 2. Relevant equations Velocity will tell me m/s so I could find that and then translate it into just meters an get the distance the satellite travels. V^2=G(Me/r) 3. The attempt at a solution After using the equation above I came up with. V^2= G (6.67E-11) * (Me (5.98E24) / r (6.2 *6370). I got 100498.75 m/s. I converted 21.7 hours to seconds and then multiplied it by 100498.75 m/s to come up with meters but my answer was incorrect. What am I doing wrong?