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11. CCSS PERSEVERANCE The radius r of the orbit of a television satellite is given by

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, where G is the

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11. CCSS PERSEVERANCE The radius r of the orbit of a television satellite is given by

, where G is the

universal gravitational constant, M is the mass of Earth, and t is the time it takes the satellite to complete one orbit. Find the radius of the satellite’s orbit if G is kg , and t is seconds. , M is

SOLUTION: Substitute the value of G, M , and t in the given expression.