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14. find the work done by the friction as the big M slides
through a distance of 4 meters
15. find the speed of the small
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A synchronous space probe is orbiting around Mars. The Mars radius is 3370 km
and the mass is 6.42 x 1023 kg. The self-rotation period is 24.6 hours.
16. find the orbital altitude above the surface.
R
17. Find the orbital speed of the
space probe.
of the
18. Given the data of Saturn moving around the Sun, we can calculate the mass
from the Sun. (1 AU = 1.496 x
the Sun once ev
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Transcribed Image Text:14. find the work done by the friction as the big M slides through a distance of 4 meters 15. find the speed of the small hen it touches d gOund A synchronous space probe is orbiting around Mars. The Mars radius is 3370 km and the mass is 6.42 x 1023 kg. The self-rotation period is 24.6 hours. 16. find the orbital altitude above the surface. R 17. Find the orbital speed of the space probe. of the 18. Given the data of Saturn moving around the Sun, we can calculate the mass from the Sun. (1 AU = 1.496 x the Sun once ev
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Transcribed Image Text:4m llttot t llif7 ius is 3370 km rs. m the mass of the Sun. Saturn is 9.555 AU
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