(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({}); A 3.07-kg object is thrown vertically upward from the surface of Earth, where the acceleration due to gravity is g_{1}= 9.81m/s^{2}. The intial velocity is v_{1}, and the object reaches a maximum height of y_{1}. What is the maximum height, y_{2}, if the object is thrown at a speed of v_{2}= 1.15v_{1}from the surface of Saturn's moon Rhea? The acceleration due to gravity on Rhea is g_{2}= 0.264 m/s^{2}. Give your answer as a multiple of y_{1}.

Relevant equations

I tried using the equation

3. The attempt at a solution

I used the equation and got

0 = v^{2}+ 19.62h and

0 = 1.15v^{2}+ .528h

but i'm not sure what to do next. the answer is supposed to be like this:

y_{2}= ____ x y_{1}

but i'm not too sure on where to go from where i'm at. Any hints? It would be greatly appreciated

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# Homework Help: Gravity on the moon Rhea

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