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Kuldeep Mukherjee Grade: 12
        two satelites of same mass are revolving round the earth at different distances from the earth.will the moment of inertia of the two satelites remain the same?explain with reasons.
6 years ago

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Ritvik Gautam
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If we take the center of earth to be the axis of rotation, then the moment of intertia of the two satellites will not be same.


As,


Moment of intertia = mr2


where,


m=mass


r=distace from the axis..


 


Since, their distance from the axis is different, their moment of intertia will also be different.


 


 


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6 years ago
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