NIT.15 The diagram below shows a top view of the moon'snearly circular orbit around the earth. The moon orbits theearth at a nearly constantspeed.ADDВE. Up out oftheEarthpageC F. Down intothe pagebanotoelCCaNT. ZeroDВBMoonAA InAt the point shown, use the arrow choices shown to theright to indicate the direction of to(a) The moon's velocity.(b) The moon's acceleration.(c) The gravitational force on the moon due to the earth.(d) The net external force on the moon.(e) The gravitational force on the earth due to the moon.(To choose a double-letter answer usirng the letters on theback of the book, point with two fingers to the letter.)Sls6

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NIT.15 The diagram below shows a top view of the moon's
nearly circular orbit around the earth. The moon orbits the
earth at a nearly constant
speed.
A
DD
В
E. Up out of
the
Earth
page
C F. Down into
the page
ba
notoelCC
aN
T. Zero
D
ВB
Moon
AA
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NIT.15 The diagram below shows a top view of the moon's nearly circular orbit around the earth. The moon orbits the earth at a nearly constant speed. A DD В E. Up out of the Earth page C F. Down into the page ba notoelCC aN T. Zero D ВB Moon AA

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InAt the point shown, use the arrow choices shown to the
right to indicate the direction of to
(a) The moon's velocity.
(b) The moon's acceleration.
(c) The gravitational force on the moon due to the earth.
(d) The net external force on the moon.
(e) The gravitational force on the earth due to the moon.
(To choose a double-letter answer usirng the letters on the
back of the book, point with two fingers to the letter.)
Sls
6
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InAt the point shown, use the arrow choices shown to the right to indicate the direction of to (a) The moon's velocity. (b) The moon's acceleration. (c) The gravitational force on the moon due to the earth. (d) The net external force on the moon. (e) The gravitational force on the earth due to the moon. (To choose a double-letter answer usirng the letters on the back of the book, point with two fingers to the letter.) Sls 6

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Eaxth DD >c CCK AA FmE Moon Fentaifegal

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Disection of moonk velocity e fangental to the Ciocular path, Ve is the tangential velocit of moon. Dbection f cacceleration of moron istoward the centre of earth Past (a) Direction towards D Part Cb) Direction towards

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Gravitatiomel orce of attraction on the moon ir toward the Cath, and goavitational fore of attracton om the earth towards the modn. tmEforce on the moon due to the moon FEM= Force on the Earth due to the moon Part (c) Direction towarda Part Ce) DirecHon towards Ll

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