ch05-p096 - 96 We write the length unit light-month the...

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96. We write the length unit light-month, the distance traveled by light in one month, as c ·month in this solution. (a) The magnitude of the required acceleration is given by a v t == × Δ Δ 010 30 10 30 86400 12 8 2 .. . b g ch b gb g m/s days s/ day 2 (b) The acceleration in terms of g is a a g gg g = F H G I K J = × F H G I K J = 12 2 . . 9.8 m / s 2 2 (c) The force needed is () ( ) 62 2 8 1.20 10 kg 1.2
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