Math and Physics in Orbitals Watch

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Hi okay, so basically, I'm doing a math Extended Essay for the IB on proving which way (through optimization) of launching a rocket is more efficient in regard to fuel expenditure. So I have 3 models (1 straight up, 1 in a curve type of thing, and 1 where the rocket is launched and orbits the earth in increasing in sizes orbits until it eventually reaches the earth, this is what the Israeli did)) What my supervisor said I need to do is figure out the math and physics behind it. I know that I have to look at differentials and stuff but since I'm pretty unfamiliar with space I need help with like what type of math and physics to use there.

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