1. The problem statement, all variables and given/known data Consider a planet with uniform mass density p. If the planet rotates too fast, it will fly apart. Show that the minimum period of rotation is given by T^2 = 3(pie)/Gp 2. Relevant equations F = ma = Gm1m2/R^2 (Equation 1) a = v^2/R (Equation 2) v= 2(pie)R/T (Equation 3) m= (4/3(pie)R^3)p 3. The attempt at a solution I tried putting equation 2 into equation 1. I only included the mass of the planet (m). I don't know if this is right. After finding v, I solved for T^2. My answer was not correct. Please help, thanks!