At a height 'R' above the earth's surface the gravitational acceleration is (R = radius of earth, g = acceleration due to gravity on earth's surface)

The mass of a planet is six times that of the earth. The radius of the planet is twice that of the earth. If the escape velocity from the earth is '$$V_e$$', then the escape velocity from the planet is

For a body of mass '$$m$$', the acceleration due to gravity at a distance '$$R$$' from the surface of the earth is $$\left(\frac{g}{4}\right)$$. Its value at a distance $$\left(\frac{R}{2}\right)$$ from the surface of the earth is ( $$R=$$ radius of the earth, $$g=$$ acceleration due to gravity)

The ratio of energy required to raise a satellite of mass '$$m$$' to height '$$h$$' above the earth's surface to that required to put it into the orbit at same height is [ $$\mathrm{R}=$$ radius of earth]