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The Solar System Planet Radius (miles) Gravity Diameter (miles) Circumference (miles) Area (sq miles) Mercury 1516.19 0.38 Venus 3760.64 0.91 Earth 3963.21 1 Mars 2110.86 0.38 Jupiter 44424.29 2.53 Saturn 37449.82 1.07 Uranus 15882.06 0.9 Neptune 15389.3 1.1 Constants and Assumptions: Prepared by: Weight on Earth (pounds) Your name Goes Here Notes: 1. The diameter of a sphere is twice the radius
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Unformatted text preview: 4. Your weight is equal to the gravity of the planet times your weight on Earth The constant Pi The data is taken from a Web site by Bill Ar 2. The circumference of a sphere is Pi times the diameter 3. The surface area of a sphere is 4 Pi times the radius squared Weight rnett...
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