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Week 6 Quantitative QuestionsDensity of SaturnCalculate the density of the planet Saturn in grams per cubic centimeter (g/cm^3). Saturn'smass is 5.68 x 10^26 kg and its radius is 60,268 km. If you had bathtub big enough to put it in,would Saturn float? Formula: density = Mass/Volume = M/(4/3 Ï€ R^3)Weight on JupiterUse Newton's Law of Gravity to calculate the force on a 60 kg person at the cloud tops ofJupiter. This force is their weight on Jupiter. Data: the mass of Jupiter is 1.90 x 10^27 kg and ithas a radius of 71,492 km (7.1492 x 10^7 m). How does this "weight" compare to the valuesfound on Earth?
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