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Acceleration of gravity

Written under the influence of Larry Niven's story "There Is a Tide" Try to calculate the force of gravity on the surface of a spherical piece of a neutron star with a mass 500 000 times less than the mass of the Earth, but with a 3 meters diameter ...
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Acceleration of gravity

Altitude above "sea level" of the planet (m)

Digits after the decimal point: 16
Acceleration of gravity (m/s^2)
 
Acceleration of gravity in g (1g - on the surface of the Earth)
 

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