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The answer only takes into account the difference in potential energies between the 2 orbits. To calculate the difference in energies, shouldn’t it take into account the difference in kinetic energies too?

The answer only takes into account the difference in potential energies between the 2 orbits. To calculate the difference in energies, shouldn’t it take into account the difference in kinetic energies too?

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Grade:12th pass

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abhay gupta
askIITians Faculty 198 Points
3 months ago
Dear student,
Here’s your answer
Kinetic energy doesn’t used while changing the radius of orbit
becauseRequired energy=Change in Potential energy of the Mass

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