Neglecting air resistance and the weight of the propellant, determine the work done in propelling a 10-ton satellite to a

Neglecting air resistance and the weight of the propellant, determine the work done in propelling a 10-ton satellite to a height of 200 miles above Earth. Assume that the Earth has a radius of 4000 miles.
A) 2,857.14 mi-ton
B) 1,904.76 mi-ton
C) 1,142.86 mi-ton
D) 1,523.81 mi-ton
E) 4,190.48 mi-ton

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