# PHYSICS

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HOW DO U COMPUTE g USING THE EQUATION g=GM/r^2
WHEN GIVEN THE QUESTION IN THIS FORM:
"COMPUTE g AT A HEIGHT OF 4 RE ABOVE THE SURFACE OF EARTH"
-basically how can i find the answer to a question given in this form

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