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What is the distance from the Earth's center to a point outside the Earth where the gravitational acceleration due to the Earth is 1/45 of its value at the Earth's surface?

45^2=r^2/r^2....^2cancel's. Take the square root of 45*earths radius 6,380,000(in meters)=4.27x10^7
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