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Homework Help: Physics

Posted by Ana on Friday, March 5, 2010 at 11:51pm.

Calculate the magnitude of the linear momentum for the following cases.

the Earth (mass = 5.98*1024 kg) moving with an orbital speed equal to 2.98*10^4 m/s.

so i did 5.98*10^24 times 2.98*10^4=1.78204 10^29

But homework website doesn't accept this answer...is there something that i missed while calculating? if not, could you tell me some ways to insert the answer.
Thanks

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