The radius and period of rotation of a neutron star

The radius and period of rotation of a neutron star are 9.5 km and 5 × 10 ^ -3 s
respectively. 

a) Calculate the rotation period (in days) of the parent star if its "original" radius was 10 ^ 6 km. 

b) Estimate the magnetic field strength of the parent star if the neutron star has 1.11 × 10 ^ 9 Gauss.


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