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There are two objects, let's call them object A and object B. Assume that object B is the Earth and object A is some other planet. If object A has 10 times the gravity of object B (Earth) and assuming object A and object B (Earth) have the same density, how do I find the mass, radius, and volume of object A?

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# Relationship between Gravity and Density

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