1. The problem statement, all variables and given/known data Calculate the ratio between the kinetic energy of rotation of a planet (mass=4.30E+24 kg, radius=7.60E+6 m) to the kinetic energy of its center of mass orbiting around its sun at a distance of 1.20E+12 m. Like the Earth, it has a day lasting 24 hours and a year lasting 365.25 days. 2. Relevant equations KErot= (1/2)Iw^2 and I believe KE=(1/2)mv^2 3. The attempt at a solution For the KErot: KErot= (1/2)((2/5)(4.3E24kg)(7.6E6m)(2pi/(24hr*60min*60sec))^2 and I got 2.62698301E29 J for the other one: KE=(1/2)(4.30E24kg)(2pi*1.2E12m/(365.25days*24hrs*60min*60sec)) and got 1.22730571E35 J I devided KE by KErot and got 467192 for the ratio. but it's wrong and I know I'm doing something wrong but can't figure it out. any help will be great!