Astro

A newly discovered planet orbits a distant star with the same mass as the Sun at an average distance of 118 million kilometers. Its orbital eccentricity is 0.5.
A.Find the planet's orbital period.
B.Find the planet's nearest orbital distance from its star.
C.Find the planet's farthest orbital distance from its star.

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