Chapter 1 Practice 5 - The Solar System

Chapter 1 Practice 5 - The Solar System - Gravity Diameter...

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The Solar System Planet Radius (km) Gravity Diameter (km) Circumference (km) Area (sq km) Weight (lbs) Mercury 2440 0.38 Venus 6052 0.91 Earth 6378 1 Mars 3397 0.38 Jupiter 71492 2.53 Saturn 60268 1.07 Uranus 25559 0.9 Neptune 24766 1.1 Pluto 1137 0.07 Constants and Assumptions Prepared by Weight on Earth (lbs) Your name goes here Notes: 1. The diameter of a sphere is twice the radius 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 Arnett 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
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Unformatted text preview: Gravity Diameter (miles) Circumference (miles) Area (sq miles) Mercury 0.38 Venus 0.91 Earth 1 Mars 0.38 Jupiter 2.53 Saturn 1.07 Uranus 0.9 Neptune 1.1 Pluto 0.07 Constants and Assumptions Weight on Earth (lbs) 150 The constant Pi Miles per kilometer 0.62 Notes: 1. The diameter of a sphere is twice the radius 4. Your weight is equal to the gravity of the planet times your weight on Earth 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 The data is taken from a Web site by Bill Arnett Weight (lbs)...
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This note was uploaded on 08/21/2011 for the course COMP 230 taught by Professor Phil during the Spring '11 term at DeVry NY.

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