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Problem: A hypothetical planet has a radius 1.3 times that of Earth, but has the same mass. Part A What is the acceleration due to gravity near its surface? two signifcant figures, and units

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The force due to gravity is always inversely proportional to the square of the radius.

The radius of the hypothetical planet is 1.3 times larger and the mass is the same.

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A hypothetical planet has a radius 1.3 times that of Earth, but has the same mass. Part A What is the acceleration due to gravity near its surface? two signifcant figures, and units

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