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An object is thrown upward at v0 from the surface of a small spherical planetoid of mass M and radius R When the object is a distance R above the surface, how fast is it moving in simple terms of v0, R and M?

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  1. A cyclist moving on a circular track of radiur 50cm complete one revolution in4min what his average speed in one full revolution

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  2. why doesn't anyone answer this jesus it's been two years v = sprt(vi^2 - GM/R)

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