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star102938

  • one year ago

Consider two uniform spherical planets of equal density but unequal radius. Which of the following quantities is the same for both planets?

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  1. heycoa
    • one year ago
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    which of what following quantities?

  2. star102938
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    The escape velocity from the planet's surface. The acceleration due to gravity at the planet's surface. The orbital period of a satellite in a circular orbit just above the planet's surface. The orbital period of a satellite in a circular orbit at a given distance from the planet's center. None of the above.

  3. Shadowys
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    with equal mass/volume ratio but different radius=different volume=different masses. all of the above depends on g. thus they will all differ.

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