1. The problem statement, all variables and given/known data Find the period of a satellite that is in orbit 6.7×10^6 meters from the center of the earth? 2. Relevant equations P^2=R^3 P=period and R=average distance 3. The attempt at a solution so far I have tried P^2=(6.7×10^6)^3 then sqrt of (P^2)=sqrt of (3.00763×10^20) My answer is the period of the satellite=1.73425×10^10 I'm pretty sure my answer is way off, please describe how to get the correct answer.