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Is it possible to find the mass of the earth based on the earths volume mass density, roe = A-Br=R, where A = 1.42 x 10

R = 6.370 x 10

I know that based on Gauss Law that (closed integral) g x da = -4Gmin, where g is the total electric field due to the inside and outside of the closed surface. I don't see how this is possible.

^{4}kg/m^{3}, B = 1.16 x 10^{4}kg/m^{3}, and Earth’s radiusR = 6.370 x 10

^{6}mI know that based on Gauss Law that (closed integral) g x da = -4Gmin, where g is the total electric field due to the inside and outside of the closed surface. I don't see how this is possible.

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