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ranyai12

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Please Help!! 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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    |dw:1360579885820:dw| is the gravitational vector

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    @whpalmer4 sorry i keep asking you questions but do u suppose you can assist me with this question

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