them. (b) At what po9ition (othhethan infinitely remote ones) can the 50.0-kg object beplaced so as to experience a net force of zero?38. Use the data of Table 7.3 to find the point betweenEarth and the Sun at which an object can be placed sothat the net gravitational force exerted by Earth andthe Sun on that object is zero.39. A projectile is fired straight upward from the Earth'ssurface at the South Pole with an initial speed equalto one third the escape speed. (a) Ignoring air resis-tance, determine how far from the center of the Earththe projectile travels before stopping momentarily(b) What is the altitude of the projectile at this instant?40. Two objects attract each other with a gravitationalforce of magnitude 1.00 X 10 N when separated by20.0 cm. If the total mass of the objects is 5.00 kg, whatis the mass of each?

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them. (b) At what po9ition (othhe
than infinitely remote ones) can the 50.0-kg object be
placed so as to experience a net force of zero?
38. Use the data of Table 7.3 to find the point between
Earth and the Sun at which an object can be placed so
that the net gravitational force exerted by Earth and
the Sun on that object is zero.
39. A projectile is fired straight upward from the Earth's
surface at the South Pole with an initial speed equal
to one third the escape speed. (a) Ignoring air resis-
tance, determine how far from the center of the Earth
the projectile travels before stopping momentarily
(b) What is the altitude of the projectile at this instant?
40. Two objects attract each other with a gravitational
force of magnitude 1.00 X 10 N when separated by
20.0 cm. If the total mass of the objects is 5.00 kg, what
is the mass of each?
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them. (b) At what po9ition (othhe than infinitely remote ones) can the 50.0-kg object be placed so as to experience a net force of zero? 38. Use the data of Table 7.3 to find the point between Earth and the Sun at which an object can be placed so that the net gravitational force exerted by Earth and the Sun on that object is zero. 39. A projectile is fired straight upward from the Earth's surface at the South Pole with an initial speed equal to one third the escape speed. (a) Ignoring air resis- tance, determine how far from the center of the Earth the projectile travels before stopping momentarily (b) What is the altitude of the projectile at this instant? 40. Two objects attract each other with a gravitational force of magnitude 1.00 X 10 N when separated by 20.0 cm. If the total mass of the objects is 5.00 kg, what is the mass of each?

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Mass of the projectile Altitude from the surface Distance from the center of earth to max height = r = m h = 6.38 x 106m 5.97 x 1024kg Radius of the earth, R Mass of the earth, M

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2GM The escape velocity, Ve 1 Thus, Initial speed of projectile, u Ve 3 2GM 1 3 1 Kinetic energy at the surface, Ke ти? 2 2GM 1 т 2 3 GMm 9R

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(Potential energy Kinetic energy) at the surface Potential energy at the max height GMm (_GMm -() GMm 9R 1 R 9R 1 9R 9R =>r = 8 9 r х 6.38 х 106 8 =>r = 7.18 x 106 m

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