1. The problem statement, all variables and given/known data A 10,000 kg satellite is rbiting the earth in a geostationary orbit. The height of the satellite above the surface of the earth is ??? 2. Relevant equations [tex] V = \omega r [/tex] Newtons gravitational force equation Keplers third law equation 3. The attempt at a solution I really don't understand how to set this problem up. Here is what I am thinking. We know the radius of the earth ( 6.37 x 10 ^6 m) so all we need to find is how much above is the satellite outside of earth. That plus the radius of the earth will give me to total radius. But what equations should I use. I don't think I know [tex] \omega [/tex] nor do I know the velocity. If I use Kepler's third law equation all I get is the distance to the geosynchronous orbit. Don't know what to do.