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A space habitat is designed so that the variation in g between a person's head and feet is less than 0.01 g If the person is 2 m tall then the radius of the habitat is?

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    "g"=w^2r
    but

    g(r)-g(r-2)=.02
    w^2(r-r+2)=.02
    solve for w.
    check my thinking.

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    g=0.02

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