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which of the following would happen to the moon if gravity no longer affected it ?

a) the moon would continue to move on it's orbital path
b) the moon stop moving all together
c) the moon would move in a spiral toward earth
d) the moon would move in a straight line

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  1. I assume that you mean the Earth's gravity. D

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  3. No. Im am on Connexus, the page that she completed it on so she means moon. The answer is B PsyDAG

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