Saturn has an equatorial radius of 6.00 107 mand a mass of 5.67 1026 kg. (a) Compute the acceleration of gravity at the equatorof Saturn. (b) What it the ratio of a person's weight on Saturn to that onEarth?

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Saturn has an equatorial radius of 6.00 107 mand a mass of 5.67 1026 kg.
(a) Compute the acceleration of gravity at the equatorof Saturn.
(b) What it the ratio of a person's weight on Saturn to that onEarth?
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