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ISP209s8 Questions -1- Some Clicker Questions - #1 What point on the orbit is the acceleration the largest? A B C D E Sun E B C D A
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ISP209s8 Questions -2- Some Clicker Questions - #2 Which location in the orbit is the planet moving the fastest? A B C D E Sun E B C D A
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ISP209s8 Questions -3- Some Clicker Questions - #3 Planet B has 20 times more mass than planet A. Which planet has a larger acceleration? A B C) It is not possible to tell B A
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ISP209s8 Questions -4- Some Clicker Questions - #4 Why is an astronaut in orbit weightless? A). Because they are always in free fall, but constantly miss the Earth. B). Because gravity from the Earth and moon cancels. C). Because gravity from the Earth and Sun cancels.
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Unformatted text preview: D). Because there is no gravity in space. ISP209s8 Questions-5-Some Clicker Questions - #5 What distance would we use for r in Newton’s formula for gravity? Note you must use kg and m for the formula to work. A). 1000 m B). 1000 km C). 1111.0 km D). 1111.E3 m E). 1110.E6 m 2 2 2 2 1 11 673 . 6 ; kg Nm E G r m Gm F − = = A B 1100 km Planet A has a radius of 1 km Planet B has a radius of 10 km ISP209s8 Questions-6-Some Clicker Questions - #6 Jane is running east with a speed of 2 m/s. When she gets directly south of Susan, she throws the ball at 2 m/s. What directions should she throw the ball? A B C D E Jane Susan + x = Hint: N E...
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This note was uploaded on 07/25/2008 for the course ISP 209 taught by Professor Sherrill during the Spring '07 term at Michigan State University.

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l5q - D). Because there is no gravity in space. ISP209s8...

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