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The largest planets in the solar system are

a) located between Earth and Jupiter
b)found between Mars and Pluto
c) located between the sun and the earth
d) scattered througthout the solar system
e) none of these

e

  • Science -

    I would say the answer is b.
    Jupiter, Saturn, Uranus and Neptune are indeed located between Mars and Plut.

  • Science -

    My fingers don't seem to be working properly this morning; it is "PLUTO", of course, NOT "Plut". Sorry!

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