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At sea level 3978(mi from center of earth) an astronaut weighs 117lbs. Find the weight when it is 284 mi above surface of the earth & the spacecraft is not in motion.

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can you provide a relevant equation maybe?

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what is k?
w = work i presume?
shouldn't you use the universal gravitational formula for this problem? (haven't taken physics for a little)
no, weight is just mass times gravity w=mg
I am asking for help from my professor this is what she is giving me
what's k in the formula
not the number, what does it stand for?
k=just a variable i think
k = 1851464628
w = 1851464628/284^2
booya there ya'go i think
I got 101.9
which was correct

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