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How does gravity affect the moon?

a) it pulls the moon toward earth
b) it pushes the moon away from earth
c) t allows the moon to move in a straight line
d) it keeps the moon from colliding with the sun

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  1. What's the answer? I think it is a. Please help us Mrs. sue

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  2. It is A

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  3. It is c

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  4. its

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  5. das right it

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  6. whats the rite answer!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! NOW!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! :(!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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  7. Lesson 4 Earth's Day and Night Quiz
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    I just finished my quiz and I am 100% sure these are correct for connexus. If you feel skepticle I totally understand. (Unless these answeres change in the future) Your welcome :)

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  10. Hi guys ,great job

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  11. I agree, it is A. I took the quiz on 11/16/2020. Connexussssssssssssssss is correct with all the questions.

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