1. The problem statement, all variables and given/known data Having problems on the method of calculating the acceleration due to gravity of the planet. A certain planet has a diameter of 1715 km and a density of 5254 kg/m³. The planet has a moon that orbits every 4.46 earth-days. What is the acceleration due to gravity associated with this planet? Answer in units of miles/hour 2. Relevant equations V = (4/3)*∏*(r)^3 V-volume r- radius F = (G *M1*m2)/(r^2) G - gravitational constant r - radius F = (m)*(v^2)/(r) r-radius V--velocity 3. The attempt at a solution so after utilizing half the diameter given as the radius the formula for volume was used to calculate the volume of this planet. since density = mass/volume the equation was rearranged to find the mass of the planet. i am a bit stuck here since i find it difficult using the information for the orbit of the planet into this problem. any insights towards the solution for the acceleration would be appreciated.