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Knight_ch12 - Chapter 12 A satellite orbits the earth with...

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A satellite orbits the earth with constant speed at height above the surface equal to the earth’s radius . The magnitude of the satellite’s acceleration is 1. - g on earth . 2. g on earth . 3. g on earth . 4. 2 g on earth . 5. 4 g on earth .
A satellite orbits the earth with constant speed at height above the surface equal to the earth’s radius . The magnitude of the satellite’s acceleration is 1. - g on earth . 2. g on earth . 3. g on earth . 4. 2 g on earth . 5. 4 g on earth .

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1. one quarter as big. 2. half as big. 3. twice as big. 4. four times as big. 5. the same size. The figure shows a binary star system. The mass of star 2 is twice the mass of star 1. Compared to , the magnitude of the force is
1. one quarter as big. 2. half as big. 3. twice as big. 4. four times as big. 5. the same size. The figure shows a binary star system. The mass of star 2 is twice the mass of star 1. Compared to , the magnitude of the force is

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A planet has 4 times the mass of the earth, but the
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