Hydrazine monopropellant, Physics

What is the mass of a two stage launch vehicle capable of putting a 100kg satellite into orbit around Mars, beginning in a parking orbit altitude at Earth of 200 km. Solve this problem for the following fuels, assuming the departure and arrival velocity changes are made with the same engine:

(1)  Cold Gas

(2)  Hydrazine Monopropellant

(3)  Bipropellant of your choice

(4)  Ion Propulsion

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