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Rank the average gravitational forces from greatest to least between:A. Sun and Mars.B. Sun and the Moon.C. Sun and Earth.

i answer b,c,a and its wrong

  • physics -

    c is certainly bigger than b.

    Between a and b, I'd have to compare M/R^2 for the moon and Mars, where R is the average distance to the sun. it might be close.

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    The correct answer is C, A, B

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    CBA

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    Sun and Earth.
    Sun and Mars.
    Sun and the Moon.

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    CBA!

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    c,a, b is wrong

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    C A B is the correct answer Earth is bigger than Mars but Mars is bigger than the Moon.

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