1. The problem statement, all variables and given/known data Consider a planet of radius 7.31 x 10^6 m with a rotation period of 25.4 hours. Compute the radial acceleration of a point on the surface of the planet at the equator owing to its rotation about its axis. 2. Relevant equations T = [2(pi)r]/v a_r = -[(v^2)/r] 3. The attempt at a solution so i know one period (T) is 25.4 hours, and r = 7.31 x 10^6 m. so i use that and find velocity, and tried to plug that into the radial acceleration equation, but i got the wrong answer. what am i doing wrong? is it something to do with units of time?