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Mikko wrote at 2013-11-18 10:37:18
The question does not specify the directions of the motions. As the moon orbits the planet it moves sometimes lower than the planet, sometimes faster. As the speed of the moon is less than the speed of the planet it never moves in the

opposite direction. The speed of the moon varies between the sum and difference of the given speeds, i.e., 200 m/s and 800 m/s. Because the orbit of the moon is inclined the moon rarely reaches its smallest and largest speeds.


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