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Posted by Luis on Saturday, June 25, 2011 at 11:11pm.

two binary stars moving in a perfect circle orbit

The stars have the same mass, the distance between them is one billion km (1x10^9 km), and the time each takes for one orbit is 10.4 Earth years.

Determine the mass of each star (m1=m2).

(this problem DOESN'T uses the gravity formula with the G constant.

this problem must be solve using circular dynamics ecuations so please help!!!!)

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