The mass of Earth is 5.972×1024 kg and its orbital radius is an average of 1.496×1011 m . Calculate its linear momentum.
Step-by-step solution In this problem explain the following given condition with proper explanation and examples Step 1 of 5 The Earth rotates in a circular path, so, the distance travelled per rotation is, Hare is the orbital radius.
Textbook: Physics: Principles with Applications
Author: Douglas C. Giancoli
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