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Which orbital shape did most scientists in the early 1600s think the planets of our solar system have?

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  1. I think that MOST thought the orbits were circular but in 1605 it was shown that the orbits are elliptical.

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  2. does anyone have the answer for the whole quiz

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  3. I got you all.

    1. Which is the best description of Earth’s orbit?
    almost circular

    2. Which statement describes Kepler’s third law of orbital motion?
    The square of orbital period is proportional to the cube of the semi-major axis.

    3. Which planet’s orbit was Kepler first studying when he began to develop his laws of orbital motion?
    Mars

    4. Which orbital shape did most scientists in the early 1600s think the planets of our solar system have?
    circular

    5. Which of these describes Kepler’s third law of orbital motion?
    T^2 ∝ a^3

    Trust me its 100%

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  4. @Naruto
    Seeing as to you asked for the answer to this question 18 hours ago, I believe you are one of my classmates. Unless, you are in something different then Falcon View Connections Academy. I know you do schoolwork for connexus though.

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  5. @Sasuke It's funny how I had a dream last night related to Naruto, and now Sasuke is helping me with my homework 😝

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  6. 100% thank you sasuke

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  7. sasuk
    e go f urselF no one cares :P

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