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earth and the moon are kept in their respective orbits due to the influence of ?

a) inertia
b) gravity
c) both inertia and gravity
d) neither inertia and gravity

asked by victoria
  1. gravity keeps them from flying apart

    inertia keeps them from crashing into each other

    posted by Damon
  2. inertia

    posted by bob
  3. habw`bdqdmwdohwo*skdjwidw]dhqwd[dsdiuqwgddqwdqdqddAERRTRET eg ergergrgfrs gxdtyet5ys5rx`y``````

    posted by candy
  4. Well since one says gravity and the other says intertia... They both have a good reason to be the answer so I would say both intertia and gravity

    posted by Bob
  5. b

    posted by ben
  6. A I no. I love so😵😲😤😖

    posted by rachel
  7. c would make more sense.

    posted by bjohn
  8. c.

    posted by Ashlie
  9. C is the correct answer. I have looked it up and I have taken the test.

    posted by Miss KnowItAll
  10. c

    posted by jay
  11. ITS C BELIEVE ME PEOPLES

    posted by Alex
  12. It's c

    posted by Unicorns

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