The radius Rhand mass Mh of a black hole are related by Rh = 2GMh/c^2, where c is the speed of light. Assume that the gravitational acceleration agof an object at a distance Ro = 1.001Rh from the center of a black hole is given by Ag = G M / r^2 (it is, for large black holes). (a) What is ag at ro for a very large black hole whose mass is 1.61 × 10^14 times the solar mass of 1.99 × 10^30 kg? (b) If an astronaut with a height of 1.66 m is at ro with her feet toward this black hole, what is the difference in gravitational acceleration between her head and her feet? Rh = 2(6.67x10^-11)(3.204x10^44)/ (3.0x10^8)^2 Rh = 4.75 x 10^17 So then, Ag = GM/ (1.001Rh)^2 Ag = (6.67x10-11)(3.204x10^44)/(1.001 x 4.75x10^17)^2 Ag = 0.0945 m/s^2 I find myself having trouble with part B. How do i relate them? I did Ag = (6.67x10^-11)(3.204x10^44)/(1.66 x 4.75x10^17)^2 Ag = 0.0344 m/s^2 So i did the difference btwn answer A and B and got .0601 m/s^2 But i know its wrong. Can someone help me out? Thanks!