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What is the acceleration due to gravity at a distance of 1.2 Earth radii above Earth�s surface?

Use M_{Earth} = 5.972 x 10^{24} kilograms
and
r_{Earth} = 6370 km

a_{gravity} =______________{m}{s^2}

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