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Show that the magnitude of the gravitational acceleration vector can be approximated by g* ≈ g_0 *(1− 2z/ a), Hint use Taylor series expansion
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please help!

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Sorry. I don't know what a "Taylor series expansion" is. @UnkleRhaukus @eashmore
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its ok thanks anyway
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srry idk
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its ok :/
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anonymous
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sorry...... i also do not know :(
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:(
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pleeaasssee someone help!
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Thank you!
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welcome:)

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