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Diablo Valley College Using Keplers Laws to Measure Distance Physics Worksheet 6

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  1. In your own words, describe Kepler’s Laws.
  2. Calculate the force due to gravity the Moon has on the Earth.
    1. Mass of the Earth = π‘€πΈπ‘Žπ‘Ÿπ‘‘h = 5.98 βˆ— 1024π‘˜π‘”
    2. Mass of the Moon = π‘šπ‘šπ‘œπ‘œπ‘› = 7.36 βˆ— 1022 π‘˜π‘”
    3. Distance between Moon and Earth = 𝑑 = 3.84 βˆ— 108 π‘š
  3. Use Kepler’s third law to confirm the distance of Mercury, using either Venus or Jupiter.
  4. How do vibrations effect your daily life?

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Homework 6 – Due 3/24 at the beginning of class on Canvas 1. In your own words, describe Kepler’s Laws. 2. Calculate the force due to gravity the Moon has on the Earth. a. Mass of the Earth = π‘€πΈπ‘Žπ‘Ÿπ‘‘β„Ž = 5.98 βˆ— 1024 π‘˜π‘” b. Mass of the Moon = π‘šπ‘šπ‘œπ‘œπ‘› = 7.36 βˆ— 1022 π‘˜π‘” c. Distance between Moon and Earth = 𝑑 = 3.84 βˆ— 108 π‘š 3. Use Kepler’s third law to confirm the distance of Mercury, using either Venus or Jupiter. Mercury Venus Jupiter Distance (m) 5.79 βˆ— 1010 1.08 βˆ— 1011 7.78 βˆ— 1011 4. How do vibrations effect your daily life? Sources 1. https://nssdc.gsfc.nasa.gov/planetary/factsheet/ Period (days) 88 225 4333 ...
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Question 1:
Kepler’s gave follow three laws of planetary motion:
(1) All planets, with the Sun as one of the foci, move about the Sun in elliptical orbits.
(2) A radius vector that is joining any planet to the Sun covers equal areas in equal
times.
(3) The squares of the periods of revolution of all planets are directly proportional to the
cubes of their mean distances from the Sun.

Question 2:
Given:
a. Mass of the Earth = π‘€πΈπ‘Žπ‘Ÿπ‘‘β„Ž=5.98x1024π‘˜π‘...

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