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# Can you solve this Gravitation problem? ASAP?

Topic: Four steps of problem solving
July 20, 2019 / By Brandt
Question: A 1440 N football player, who missed a tackle in a very important high school game, is sent by his coach on a spaceship to a distance of four earth radii from the centre of the earth. What will the force of gravity on him be at that altitude? PLEASE WRITE STEPS TOO! THANK YOU VERY MUCH!

## Best Answers: Can you solve this Gravitation problem? ASAP?

First M1=Mass of Football Dude = F/g = 1440/9.8 F = G (M1*M2)/r^2 F= G (Mass of Football Dude * Mass of Earth)/r^2 Tada!
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Originally Answered: Can you solve this Gravitation problem? ASAP?
First M1=Mass of Football Dude = F/g = 1440/9.8 F = G (M1*M2)/r^2 F= G (Mass of Football Dude * Mass of Earth)/r^2 Tada!
Originally Answered: Can you solve this Gravitation problem? ASAP?
Hmmm ... trick Q Radius of the Earth: approx 2000km (?) Four times the radii: 4 x 2000 = 8000km Conclusion: being 6000km from the surface of the Earth = 0 gravity.

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Hmmm ... trick Q Radius of the Earth: approx 2000km (?) Four times the radii: 4 x 2000 = 8000km Conclusion: being 6000km from the surface of the Earth = 0 gravity.
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Originally Answered: I need some of my questions deleted - (Career Killer problem, respond ASAP)?
Yeah... Most professors don't care enough to run a plagiarism detector. The ones who get caught are blatantly obvious.
Originally Answered: I need some of my questions deleted - (Career Killer problem, respond ASAP)?
can't you just go in and edit it? take out all harmful stuff? honestly though if you wrote it and its your work, asking for constructive criticism isn't plagiarism.. If you can show its your email account then he has no basis, and honestly this late in the year he probably already knows you style of writing and speech so he will know if its yours or not.

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