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The radius of a planet 2008-01-06
Ben pose la question :
Two people who are both h feet tall are standing on a spherical planet. One person walks a distance d in feet away from the the other person. At this point, the person walking turns around and can no longer see the top of the other persons head. What is the radius of the planet?
Stephen La Rocque and Harley Weston lui répond.
Computing gravity 2006-09-27
Patricia pose la question :
What is the gravity of planet z in inch/hr squared if the weight of an element with mass of 45000 oz on planet z is 2N?
Stephen La Rocque lui répond.
What is the radius of this planet 2005-08-05
Kelly pose la question :
Assuming that a North-South line has been established, you set up two camps that are 67 miles apart. You now set up poles at each camp perpendicular to the ground. On a certain day at "noon" the pole at the South camp casts no shadow, while at the North camp a shadow is cast. The shadow makes an angle of 89 degrees with the horizontal. What is the radius, diameter, and circumference of this planet?
Chris Fisher lui répond.
The radius of a planet 2001-07-30
Jessica pose la question :
A satellite is orbiting the earth at an altitude of 100 miles. If the angle of depression from the satellite to the horizon is 50 degrees, what is the radius (to the nearest mile) of the planet?
Harley Weston lui répond.



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