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When a satellite going round the earth in a circular orbit of radius r and speed v loses some of its energy, then r and v changes as

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  1.  r and v both will increase.
  2. r and v both will decrease
  3. r will decrease and v will increase
  4. r will increase and v will decrease

    Answer:The correct answer is: r will decrease and v will increase

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