Neglecting air resistance and the weight of the propellant, determine the work done in propelling a 12-ton satellite to a height of 100 miles above Earth. Assume that the Earth

Neglecting air resistance and the weight of the propellant, determine the work done in propelling a 12-ton satellite to a height of 100 miles above Earth. Assume that the Earth has a
Radius of 4000 miles.
A)1,756.10 mi-ton
B)1,170.73 mi-ton
C)702.44 mi-ton
D)936.59 mi-ton
E)2,575.61 mi-ton

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