# science

if all of the following imaginary planets were the same distance from the sun, which would experience the strongest force of gravity due to the sun?

planet a: mass 3,500 kg
planet b: mass 50,000 kg
planet c: mass 750 kg
planet d: mass 100,000 kg

a)planet a
b) planet b
c) planet c
d) planet d

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1. Naturally, the planet with the most mass experiences the strongest force.

F = GMm/r^2

If r is constant, then GM/r^2 is a constant k, and

F = km

Larger m means larger F (force).

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2. Its planet d

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3. Thanks Queen elsa! You totally helped me! Her answer is RIGHT you will get it right.

Hope this helps!

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4. The strength of a gravity pull between two bodies is proportional to their mass and inversely proportional to their distance. Since the distance here is fixed, the only thing that will affect it is the bodies' mass. Since the sun is a fixed mass here, the only thing that will matter now is the mass of the planet

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5. Its plant d i have the same question as you and i got this one right

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6. It is D because out of all the planets, it is farthest away. Because it farthest away, it experiences the strongest force. I am in the same school as you, Connections Academy. You should read the lessons and information, and learn it. You will benefit from it. Use your own mind, you are capable.

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7. you all should go die you holes LOL the answer is Planet D

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8. What the heck Ms. Sue?! Rude much? And the answer is D. For the connexus quick check, unit 1 lesson 3 quick check
1: B and C
2: D
3: C
4: C

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9. Emily, your answers are correct except 4 is D, not C
thank you for the help though : )

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10. I think Emily wuz tryin to say Unit 2 lessen thre quick check. cuz dat is wut I gots here on mah screen. lemme take a look see and see what I see if what I see from Emily's post is legitimate.

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11. ok yeah the answers for Unit 2 Lesson 3 quick check for Gravity and motion is
B,C,the masses of objects and distance
D,Planet D
C,gravity and inertia
D, the moon would move in a straight line. gotta keep dis updated for ze 2019

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12. Thanks @potato boi
He is correct. I got 100%

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13. In 2020 it is correct

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14. uh ms sue calm down and people who read that dont go die in holes just dont listen to that and emily is right.

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