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    The force of gravity at the surface of a planet is directly proportional to the density of the planet and its radius. The planet Jupiter has radius equal to 12 times that of Earth. The densities of Jupiter and Earth are 1.95 and 5.85 respectively. If a man can jump to the height of 1800 cm on the Earth, how much high can he jump on the surface of Jupiter? (Given that the height of jumping is inversely proportional to the force of gravity)

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    1. 532 cm
    2. 450 cm
    3. 322 cm
    4. 290 cm
    5. 400 cm
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