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

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Chapter 12
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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 .
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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 .
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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
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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
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This note was uploaded on 04/08/2008 for the course PHYS 270 taught by Professor Drake during the Spring '08 term at Maryland.

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

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