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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.

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.

Grade:12

1 Answers

Ritvik Gautam
85 Points
10 years ago

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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