Science help please!!

How did planetesmals form planets?
A. They broke apart into smaller chunks.
B. They collided and stuck together.
C. They cooled and pulled ice together.
D. They began to rotate.
Is the answer B? Thank you so much in advance.

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  1. Hi Katty! Had this question before, you are 100% correct :)

    Any other questions, I'll be glad to check ;)

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  2. Yep, the answer is B!

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  3. Yes, the answer would be B! :)

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  4. yep answer B IS CORRECT!!!!!!!!!

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  5. can you guys give me the all answers so that i could check my work?

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  6. Give me a sec and I will

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  7. What are full answers

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  8. here are the answer u guys 100%
    1.B
    2.C
    3.B
    4.C
    5.B
    6.A
    7.D
    8.The small inner planets (Mercury, Venus, Earth, and Mars) are composed mostly of silicate rocks and metals; the outer planets (Jupiter, Saturn, Uranus, and Neptune) are much larger, consist mostly of gaseous hydrogen and helium and ice, and have large systems of icy moons.

    9.The small inner planets (Mercury, Venus, Earth, and Mars) are composed mostly of silicate rocks and metals; the outer planets (Jupiter, Saturn, Uranus, and Neptune) are much larger, consist mostly of gaseous hydrogen and helium and ice, and have large systems of icy moons.

    u are welcome
    o and if i am wrong on some of them u may correct me do not get mad at me but i do think these are right.

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  9. o and i hope u guys have a great day

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  10. 1.b
    2.c
    3.b
    4.c
    5.b
    6.a
    7.d
    8. the outer planets (Jupiter, Saturn, Uranus, and Neptune) are much larger, consist mostly of gaseous hydrogen and helium and ice, and have large systems of icy moons.
    9..The small inner planets (Mercury, Venus, Earth, and Mars) are composed mostly of silicate rocks and metals; the outer planets (Jupiter, Saturn, Uranus, and Neptune) are much larger, consist mostly of gaseous hydrogen and helium and ice, and have large systems of icy moons.
    2019 all is 100% correct

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  11. Is ☝ right?

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  12. They are right on the multiple choice section of the quiz.

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  13. loading is right for the multiple choice don't do word for word on the last two I got 100% and I go to connexues

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  14. 1 2 and 4 are not right

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  15. Tim is right smh

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  16. loading is 100% right.

    trust me

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  17. Pikachu and Loading... are right for the multiple choice, but the word problem only answers #9. They answered #9 twice. #8 for me is "Explain why the outer planets did not lose the lighter gases in their atmoshperes."

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  18. Here's my answer for #8:
    The outer planets have more mass and gravity than the inner planets, giving them enough strength to hold the light gaseous molecules in their atmospheres.

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  19. I got a 100 thanks loading........

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  20. thx guys

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  21. but there are 10 questions?

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  22. boi ^ don't let me get on your skin and tone leave me alone head as

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  23. there are 9 question for everyone but you ?
    you do you go to Connexus

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  24. 1.b
    2.c
    3.b
    4.c
    5.b
    6.a
    7.d
    8. the outer planets (Jupiter, Saturn, Uranus, and Neptune) are much larger, consist mostly of gaseous hydrogen and helium and ice, and have large systems of icy moons.
    9..The small inner planets (Mercury, Venus, Earth, and Mars) are composed mostly of silicate rocks and metals; the outer planets (Jupiter, Saturn, Uranus, and Neptune) are much larger, consist mostly of gaseous hydrogen and helium and ice, and have large systems of icy moons.
    2019 all is 100% correct

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  25. are they right??????

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  26. answers at top were right by pikachu

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  27. 1.a
    2.d
    3.c
    4.b
    5.d
    6.c
    7.a
    THESE are 100% Connexus changed the answrs

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  28. ^^100%

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  29. thanks lil peep is right i got 100

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  30. There’s 10 questions for 6th grade s

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  31. These are the CORRECT answers
    1. a
    2. d
    3. c
    4. d
    5. d
    6. a
    7. c

    lil peep, culito, and loading are WRONG!
    they got me and my brothers a big F!!!!

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  32. don't listen to lolitszoey is a liar i got a 1 out of 7 i hate u

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  33. the awnsers are
    b
    c
    b
    c
    b
    a
    d
    these are 100% correct if you listen to them you will get a 1 out of 7

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  34. Bruh 😑 so much work for some answers, you could look them up yourself in your school lessons and whatnot.

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  35. Loading is right on the multiple question answers except 1. Is B

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  36. Loading is 100% I knew this going in to the quiz cause him and Pikachu had the same answers.

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  37. I’ve tried a couple times to use written answers I’ve found on here and just wanted to warn you YOU WILL GET CAUGHT somehow they have always caught me

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  38. b
    c
    b
    c
    b
    a
    d

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  39. ok then you did them wrong, ! if u get the same info out of the lessons as you do out of here it only matters how u word it. if u don't paraphrase u will get caught!!!
    @ayyy ur

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  40. If you go to Connections academy the correct answers are
    1.b
    2.c
    3.b
    4.c
    5.b
    6.a
    7.d
    Lesson 4: The Outer Planets
    Science 6 Unit 3

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  41. i thought we're on unit 5 lesson 5 ;-;

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  42. Ya'll are old is not right i have 9 questions and im in 6th grade..... everybody has different question amounts but im in connexus...if ur in connexus in the 6th grade with 9 questions science lesson 4 unit 3: our solar system then u are at the right place

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  43. Me too

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  44. These were the correct answers FOR ME so take care to check the questions, and see if you agree with them.
    b
    c
    b
    c
    b
    d
    a
    d
    b
    Written question answered above.

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  45. No offense but it's cheating if you check all your answers every time.

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  46. You need to understand why it's right or wrong.

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  47. thanks everyone :)

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  48. 1.b
    2.c
    3.b
    4.c
    5.b
    6.a
    7.d
    8. the outer planets (Jupiter, Saturn, Uranus, and Neptune) are much larger, consist mostly of gaseous hydrogen and helium and ice, and have large systems of icy moons.
    9..The small inner planets (Mercury, Venus, Earth, and Mars) are composed mostly of silicate rocks and metals; the outer planets (Jupiter, Saturn, Uranus, and Neptune) are much larger, consist mostly of gaseous hydrogen and helium and ice, and have large systems of icy moons.
    From Pikachu & loading are correct as of 2021 for connections

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  49. dont copy essay questions word for word you will get plaigerize warning

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  50. I am teacher lol

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  51. I HAVE 10 and only #10 is a write out

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  52. JordanWasInMedbayAndEllieInElec,JaromeWasRoamingInTheHallways

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  53. was anyone here on the science live lesson today?

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  54. i need help on science Matter and Energy Unit Test unit 3 lesson 24
    1. A
    2. B
    3.A
    4.C
    5.B
    6.D
    Check PLZ

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