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A body on the surface of a planet with the same radius as Earths weighs 10 times more than it does on Earth. What is the mass of this planet in terms of Earths mass?

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Answer 1
Answer:

Answer:

Explanation:

Given

radius of Planet is equal to radius of Earth

Weight of body on Planet

where m=mass of body

Weight of body on earth

acceleration due to gravity is given by

where G=gravitational constant

M=mass of Planet

r=radius of planet

for earth

for planet

substituting these values in and

divide 1 and 2


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Explanation:

According to law of conservation of momentum, the change in momentum before collision will be equal to the change in momentum of the objects after collision in isolated system.

But as it is perfectly inelastic collision in the present case, the final momentum will be based on the product of total mass of both the object with the velocity with which the collision occurred. This form is attained from the law of conservation of momentum as shown below:

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