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# Problem: Rank each satellite based on the net force acting on it. Rank from largest to smallest.1. m = 100kg, L = 2500m, v= 160 m/s2. m = 300kg L = 10000m, v= 80 m/s3. m = 400kg L = 2500m, v= 80 m/s4. m = 200kg L = 5000m, v= 160 m/s5. m = 800kg L = 10000m, v= 40 m/s6. m = 200kg L = 5000m, v= 120 m/s

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Rank each satellite based on the net force acting on it. Rank from largest to smallest.

1. m = 100kg, L = 2500m, v= 160 m/s

2. m = 300kg L = 10000m, v= 80 m/s

3. m = 400kg L = 2500m, v= 80 m/s

4. m = 200kg L = 5000m, v= 160 m/s

5. m = 800kg L = 10000m, v= 40 m/s

6. m = 200kg L = 5000m, v= 120 m/s

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