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T^2/r^3 =(4π^2)/(Gm_1 )

T^2/r^3 =(4π^2)/((6.67×〖10〗^(-11) )×(1.898×〖10〗^27))

T^2/r^3 =3.118×〖10〗^(-16)

r^3/T^2 =3.204×〖10〗^15 log⁡(r^3/T^2 )=log⁡(3.204 ×〖10〗^15)

log⁡(r^3 )-log⁡(T^2 )=log⁡(3.204 ×〖10〗^15)

3 log⁡(r)-2 log⁡(T)= log⁡(3.204 ×〖10〗^15)

log⁡(r)=2/3 log⁡(T)+(log⁡(3.204×〖10〗^15))/3

Kepler’s Third Law states that the gradient of the graph should be two thirds. Therefore because the graph shows the gradient of the moons is 0.6585 we can in fact confirm that Kepler’s Third Law is correct.
〖T_a〗^2/〖r_a〗^3 =〖T_b〗^2/〖r_b〗^3

〖1.77〗^2/〖(4.22×〖10〗^8)〗^3 =〖250.25〗^2/〖r_b〗^3



r_b=∛(1.502×〖10〗^30 )

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