Chapter_13-pre-lecture

Chapter_13-pre-lecture - 1 2 3 Planets move in ellipses...

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1     
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2            
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3    
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4        • Planets move in ellipses with the Sun at one focus. • In this class, we do not derive why this follows from the Law of Gravitation. • For the Earth’s orbit, assume circular motion.        • The angular momentum is conserved in planetary motion.
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5         
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6       
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