14. find the work done by the friction as the big M slidesthrough a distance of 4 meters15. find the speed of the smallhen it touches dgOundA synchronous space probe is orbiting around Mars. The Mars radius is 3370 kmand the mass is 6.42 x 1023 kg. The self-rotation period is 24.6 hours.16. find the orbital altitude above the surface.R17. Find the orbital speed of thespace probe.of the18. Given the data of Saturn moving around the Sun, we can calculate the massfrom the Sun. (1 AU = 1.496 xthe Sun once ev 4mllttot t llif7ius is 3370 kmrs.mthe mass of the Sun. Saturn is 9.555 AU

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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
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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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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ius is 3370 km
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the mass of the Sun. Saturn is 9.555 AU
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4m llttot t llif7 ius is 3370 km rs. m the mass of the Sun. Saturn is 9.555 AU

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  1. Write an expression for time period using Kepler’s third law
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472 (R+h GM 13 T'GM -R 47

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13 3600s (6.67x10 Nm2 kg 6.42x 10 kg) (24.6 h) 103 m 1h -(3370 km 4T 1 km = 17044 km

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2T (R+h) T

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