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at the full equation, kilograms will cancel. Seconds squared (s2) in the denominator ofGwill cancel with the seconds squared (s2)in the denominator ofc2because we are dividing: s−2÷s−2= s−2×s2. Meters cubed (m3) fromGdivided by meters squared (m2)fromc2will leave meters (m), which makes sense as the radius of an object will be in meters.Given that the mass of the Earth is 5.973×1024kg, determine its Schwarzchild radius if it somehow collapses into a black hole.Do the same for the Sun (the mass of the Sun is 1.989×1030kg). Show your work in the box.[60 pts total]Schwarzchild radius of Earth: (a) _____________________________ m [Write in scientific notation; round to2decimals.](b) _____________________________ cm [Convert to cm; write in scientific notation;2decimals.](c) _____________________________ cm [Write as a regular number; round to1decimal.]Schwarzchild radius of Sun: (d) _____________________________ m [Write in scientific notation; round to2decimals.](e) _____________________________ km [Convert to km; write as a regular number; round to1decimal.][Parts a, b, c, d, e each worth 10 pts; work = 10 pts]
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Black hole, Supernova, White dwarf, Neutron star, Compact star, Degenerate matter