# Multiple Choice 1. While Earth's orbit around the sun takes roughly 365 days, a single rotation of Earth takes about 8 hours. 24 hours. 1 month. 12 months. 2. During the summer solstice in the United States, the ______ _______

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1. ## social studies

Multiple Choice 1. While Earth's orbit around the sun takes roughly 365 days, a single rotation of Earth takes about 8 hours. 24 hours. 1 month. 12 months. 2. During the summer solstice in the United States, the ______ _______ is tilted farthest toward the

1. While Earth's orbit around the sun takes roughly 365 days, a single rotation of Earth takes about (1 point) 8 hours. 24 hours. 1 month. 12 months. 2. During the summer solstice in the United States, the ______ _______ is tilted farthest toward the sun.

asked by Delilah on November 29, 2012
3. ## Physics Urgent!!!!!

Mars orbits the Sun at a mean distance of 228 million km, in a period of 687 days. The Earth orbits at a mean distance of 149.6 million km in a period of 365.26 days. All answers should be in the range (0, 2pi) a) Suppose Earth and Mars are positioned such

asked by Eduardo on April 8, 2011
4. ## Physics

The radius of the earth's orbit around the sun (assumed to be circular) is 1.50 X 108 km, and the earth travels around this orbit in 365 days. (a) What is the magnitude of the orbital velocity of the earth, in m/s? (b) What is the radial acceleration of

asked by Edge on December 28, 2015
5. ## Physics

It takes earth 365 days to complete one orbit around the sun. Knowing that the magnitude of the average acceleration of the earth experiences is over half an orbit is 3.78 x 10^-3 m/s^2, what is the average speed with which it travels?

asked by Luke on October 15, 2018
6. ## Physics

It takes Earth 365 days to complete one orbit around our sun. Knowing that the magnitude of the average acceleration the Earth experiences over half an orbit is 3.78 x 10^-3 m/s^2, what is the average speed with which it travels? Express your answer in

asked by Alex on December 9, 2018
7. ## Science

The sun's apparent motion across the sky from East to West daily is due to the A) rotation of the sun. B) rotation of the earth. C) orbit of the earth around the sun. D) orbit of the sun around the earth. I think the answer would be c.

asked by Anonymous on March 30, 2017
8. ## Math

The earth takes 365 1/4 days to go around the sun. Mercury takes 3 days less than 1/4 of this time. How many days does Mercury take to go around the sun? I believe I would have to find 1/4 of the 365 1/4 days then take 3 days out. I was given this do as

asked by Arianna on July 19, 2016
9. ## Science

The sun's apparent motion across the sky from East to West daily is due to the A) rotation of the sun. B) rotation of the earth.*** C) orbit of the earth around the sun. D) orbit of the sun around the earth

asked by Haley on May 16, 2017
10. ## Physics

Use the following numbers for this question. MEarth 5.98e+24 kg MJupiter 1.9e+27 kg MSun 2e+30 kg Earth-Sun distance 150000000000 m Jupiter-Sun distance 778000000000 m rE 6380000 m rJ 69000000 m G = 6.67e-11 Nm2kg-2 the acceleration due to gravity at the

asked by Anonymous on November 18, 2012
11. ## Science

1. How does Earth’s rotation cause day and night? (1 point) As Earth rotates toward the east, the sun appears to rise in the west and set in the east. As Earth rotates toward the east, the sun appears to rise in the east and set in the west. Earth

12. ## Science

1. How does Earth’s rotation cause day and night? (1 point) As Earth rotates toward the east, the sun appears to rise in the west and set in the east. As Earth rotates toward the east, the sun appears to rise in the east and set in the west. Earth

asked by Emery on February 7, 2019
13. ## Science

I just need my answers checked before I turn them in! thank you!!

asked by Alexander on February 10, 2019

Mars orbits the Sun at a mean distance of 228 million km, in a period of 687 days. The Earth orbits at a mean distance of 149.6 million km in a period of 365.26 days. All answers should be in the range (0, 2pi) a) Suppose Earth and Mars are positioned such

asked by Eduardo on April 7, 2011

Mars orbits the Sun at a mean distance of 228 million km, in a period of 687 days. The Earth orbits at a mean distance of 149.6 million km in a period of 365.26 days. All answers should be in the range (0, 2pi) a) Suppose Earth and Mars are positioned such

asked by Eduardo on April 7, 2011

Mars orbits the Sun at a mean distance of 228 million km, in a period of 687 days. The Earth orbits at a mean distance of 149.6 million km in a period of 365.26 days. All answers should be in the range (0, 2pi) a) Suppose Earth and Mars are positioned such

asked by Eduardo on April 7, 2011

Mars orbits the Sun at a mean distance of 228 million km, in a period of 687 days. The Earth orbits at a mean distance of 149.6 million km in a period of 365.26 days. All answers should be in the range (0, 2pi) a) Suppose Earth and Mars are positioned such

asked by Eduardo on April 8, 2011

Mars orbits the Sun at a mean distance of 228 million km, in a period of 687 days. The Earth orbits at a mean distance of 149.6 million km in a period of 365.26 days. All answers should be in the range (0, 2pi) a) Suppose Earth and Mars are positioned such

asked by Eduardo on April 7, 2011
19. ## physics

I need only part c Mars orbits the Sun at a mean distance of 228 million km, in a period of 687 days. The Earth orbits at a mean distance of 149.6 million km in a period of 365.26 days. All answers should be in the range (0, 2pi) a) Suppose Earth and Mars

asked by sara on February 16, 2012
20. ## physics

Only need help with part c Mars orbits the Sun at a mean distance of 228 million km, in a period of 687 days. The Earth orbits at a mean distance of 149.6 million km in a period of 365.26 days. All answers should be in the range (0, 2pi) a) Suppose Earth

asked by sara on February 17, 2012

Only need help with part c Mars orbits the Sun at a mean distance of 228 million km, in a period of 687 days. The Earth orbits at a mean distance of 149.6 million km in a period of 365.26 days. All answers should be in the range (0, 2pi) a) Suppose Earth

asked by sara on February 16, 2012
22. ## physics

I need only part c Mars orbits the Sun at a mean distance of 228 million km, in a period of 687 days. The Earth orbits at a mean distance of 149.6 million km in a period of 365.26 days. All answers should be in the range (0, 2pi) a) Suppose Earth and Mars

asked by sara on February 16, 2012

Only need help with part c--answer for part a is 2.94 radians and for b it is 777 days Mars orbits the Sun at a mean distance of 228 million km, in a period of 687 days. The Earth orbits at a mean distance of 149.6 million km in a period of 365.26 days.

asked by sara on February 18, 2012
24. ## science

Please help me out! 8. Which of the following motions causes day and night? The sun's movements in the sky Earth's revolution around the sun Earth's movements in space Earth's rotation on its axis**** 10. Why can you never see the far side of the moon from

asked by Three Days Grace on November 15, 2018
25. ## Science

Why is an extra day added to February every four years? It is nice to have the calendar year the same as the Earth's orbit around the Sun. It takes 365 1/4 days to go around the sun...so, each four years, we add a day to correct the calendar. Thanks Bob!

asked by joey v on March 25, 2007
26. ## earth

If Earth took 500 days to orbit the sun instead of 365, how would the seasons be different?

asked by Jennifer on March 7, 2008

1. How does Earth’s rotation cause day and night? (1 point) As Earth rotates toward the east, the sun appears to rise in the west and set in the east. < this one As Earth rotates toward the east, the sun appears to rise in the east and set in the west.

28. ## physics

The Earth is 150 million km from the sun. It completes one orbit in a period of approximately 365.25 days. Calculate the orbital speed of Earth in km/hour. please helpppp

asked by loral on February 20, 2017
29. ## problem solving

Given that • The distance from the earth to the sun is 1.5*10^11m, and • The mass of the sun is 1.9 *10^30 kg , 1. use Kepler’s Law of Periods to find the period of the earth’s orbit, recorded in seconds:; 2. show how to express your answer in

asked by lynn on November 4, 2008
30. ## physics

The furthest distance from the Sun to Earth is df=1.521E8 The shortest distance from the Sun to Earth is ds=1.47E8 To simplify the problem, assume that the Earth's axis is always perpendicular to the plane of its trajectory around the Sun. The Sun always

asked by rishabh on June 9, 2013
31. ## SCIENCE

Please help me! I am trying my best! But Science has never been my strong spot....i already have my answers down, i just want to check them! I will take any help that I can get! #1) How does the earths rotation cause day and night? A) As earth rotates

asked by dummy on January 29, 2019
32. ## Science

Please help me! I am trying my best! But Science has never been my strong spot....i already have my answers down, i just want to check them! I will take any help that I can get! #1) How does the earths rotation cause day and night? A) As earth rotates

asked by Dummy on January 29, 2019
33. ## math

Find the distance that the earth travels in seven days in its path around the sun. Assume that a year has 365 days and that the path of the earth around the sun is a circle of radius 93 million miles. [The path of the earth around the sun is actually an

asked by brittany on September 2, 2011
34. ## Precalculus

Find the distance that the earth travels in nine days in its path around the sun. Assume that a year has 365 days and that the path of the earth around the sun is a circle of radius 93 million miles. [Note: The path of the earth around the sun is actually

asked by Laura on March 20, 2019
35. ## Phyics Toughest question on earth

Estimate the time difference between the longest day and the shortest day of a year in seconds if you lived on the Earth's equator with the assumptions below. Note: this is not the difference between solstices as we are adjusting the earth's rotation axis

asked by Mathslover on June 4, 2013
36. ## heeeeeeeeeeeelp physics vrey tough

Estimate the time difference between the longest day and the shortest day of a year in seconds if you lived on the Earth's equator with the assumptions below. Note: this is not the difference between solstices as we are adjusting the earth's rotation axis

asked by clavin on June 4, 2013
37. ## college math

given at . the distance from the earth to the sun is 1.5 * 10^11, and the mass of the sun is 1.9 *10^30 kg 1. use kepler's law of period to find the period of the earth's orbit recorded in seconds. show how to express your answer in years: and if your

asked by lou lou on November 4, 2008
38. ## earth

The Earth orbits the Sun once every 365 days. The distance between the Earth and the Sun is 1.5 x 1011 m. What is the average orbital velocity of the Earth as it travels around the Sun?

asked by Anonymous on November 21, 2010
39. ## Physics

I'm not exactly sure how to do this problem The Earth has a radius of 6.37E6 meters. Draw a picture and calculate: - The circumference of the Earth - The time for one rotation of the earth in seconds - The velocity of someone standing on the equator - The

asked by Physics on May 3, 2009
40. ## Physics

I'm not exactly sure how to do this problem The Earth has a radius of 6.37E6 meters. Draw a picture and calculate: - The circumference of the Earth - The time for one rotation of the earth in seconds - The velocity of someone standing on the equator - The

asked by Physics on May 3, 2009
41. ## Physics

What is the average linear speed of the Earth about the Sun? (The distance from the Sun to the Earth is 1.50 1011 meters. The orbital period around the Sun is 365.3 days.)

asked by Max on March 2, 2010
42. ## physics

What is the average linear speed of the Earth about the Sun? (The distance from the Sun to the Earth is 1.50 1011 meters. The orbital period around the Sun is 365.3 days.)

asked by caroline on May 12, 2014
43. ## Physics

What is the orbital velocity of the Earth around the Sun, assuming the Earth takes a perfectly circular orbit around the Sun? What would be the centripetal acceleration of the Earth around the Sun? (I have no clue :() From my textbook I found out that

asked by Deyves on December 31, 2014
44. ## ALG/TRIG

Lost is an understatement..please help me understand this. Orbits and Distance Johannes Kepler (1571–1630)discovered a relationship between a planet’s distance D from the sun and the time T it takes to orbit the sun. This formula is , where T is in

asked by Lost on March 6, 2012
45. ## Physics

Take the radius of the earth's orbit to be 1.5 x 1011 m. a. Using a year to be 365 days, find the speed of the earth as it moves around the sun. __m/s b. Convert this speed to miles/hour (show your conversion factor in your written backup). __miles/hour

asked by Kelly on March 5, 2012
46. ## Science

The earth is in constant motion. It rotates and revolves. Which of the following is NOT TRUE of the Earth's motion? 2 points A Due to the revolution of the Earth, we experience seasons. B The Earth rotates on its axis once every 24 hours. This causes day

asked by SimPug on March 7, 2018
47. ## Physics

The power radiated by the sun is 3.90 1026 W. The earth orbits the sun in a nearly circular orbit of radius 1.50 1011 m. The earth's axis of rotation is tilted by 27° relative to the plane of the orbit (see the drawing), so sunlight does not strike the

asked by Elizabeth on March 26, 2013
48. ## Physics

A) the earth year is 365.25 days long. How long would our year be if earth followed the same orbit, but was only the mass of Mars? Answer this in earth days. B) How long would our year be if earth were the same mass, but had the orbital distance of mercury

asked by Matt on November 7, 2016
49. ## Science

The earth is in constant motion. It rotates and revolves. Which of the following is NOT TRUE of the Earth's motion? A Due to the revolution of the Earth, we experience seasons. B The Earth rotates on its axis once every 24 hours. This causes day and night.

asked by Hello Kitty on February 28, 2018
50. ## Maths!

There has just been a planetary alignment of five planets in the system Blogg, all the astrologers have gone loopy, and they want to know when the next occurance of these five planets will happen again. Krypton the nearest planet to the sun takes 6 days to

asked by -=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=- on June 25, 2005
51. ## Physics

The average distance between Earth and the sun is 1.50e8 km. Calculate the average speed, in km/h, of Earth assuming a circular path about the sun. Use the equations v = 2(pi)r/T. You know that, for the Earth, T = 365.25 days. Convert that to hours (by

asked by Jayd on August 16, 2007
52. ## mit

A spacecraft of mass m is first brought into an orbit around the earth. The earth (together with the spacecraft) orbits the sun in a near circular orbit with radius R (R is the mean distance between the earth and the sun; it is about 150 million km). (a)

asked by jp on November 20, 2013
53. ## Astronomy

"If the Sun were magically replaced with a giant rock that had precisely the same mass, Earth’s orbit would not change. Explain why not." I'm a little confused as to how to answer this. Is it because Earth doesn't orbit the exact center of the sun.

asked by mc on January 23, 2016
54. ## Earth physics I think

Keplerian motion/Analemma Does the earth actually alter speed or is it a result of the earth being closer to the sun at some points in its eliptical orbit or BOTH? Additionally does anyone know where the value of the earth/sun analemma can be found. I read

asked by MIKE on October 19, 2006
55. ## Physics

The Earth has an electric field with magnitude roughly 100 N/C at its surface. A) Assuming there is a point charge at the earth's center creating this field, how much charge does the earth posses? Treat the earth as a sphere of radius 6.37 * 10^6 m. B)As

asked by jenish on March 6, 2008
56. ## Physics Urgent!!

A day on Mars is 24.6 Earth hours long. A year on Mars is 687 Earth days long. How do the angular velocities of Mars’ rotation and orbit compare to the angular velocities of Earth’s rotation and orbit? w(M)/w(E)= and w(My)/w(Ey)= w is what I used to

asked by Roberto on April 7, 2011
57. ## Science

PLEASE CHECK MY ANSWERS :) answers marked below 1. Which of Earth’s spheres contains most of its mass? (1 point) atmosphere *** hydrosphere geosphere biosphere 2. Erosion and weathering are examples of which types of forces? (1 point) constructive forces

asked by Anonymous on March 6, 2017
58. ## astronomy

if the earths orbit is 1.5x10^8km, determine how fast earth moves along its orbit assume there are 365 days in a year. remember the circumference of a circle is equal to 2pi where r is the radius.

asked by kristy on January 16, 2013
59. ## math

On average, the earth is 93 million miles away from the center of the sun. The complete revolution around the sun takes 1 year. how fast is the earth moving in this orbit in feet per second?

asked by kay on August 20, 2017
60. ## physics

What is responsible for earth's elliptical orbit around the sun? a. the gravitational pull of the sun b. magnetic forces both attracting and repelling other planetary bodies c. momentum caused by the earth's rotation d. balance between centripetal and

61. ## Physics

The sun goes around the center of our galaxy once every 250 million years. The sun is also 2.55×10^20 m from the center of our galaxy. What is the acceleration of our sun towards the center of the galaxy in m/s^2? Details and assumptions You may assume

asked by Jack on March 22, 2013
62. ## Math

It takes the earth about 31,558,100 seconds to circle the sun. By how many seconds does this exceed the number of seconds in 365 days?

asked by Noah on December 6, 2009
63. ## Physics

Astronomers can calculate the mass of a planet by using the orbital parameters of one of its moons. Consider a hypothetical planet, which has a hypothetical moon that orbits the planet in a roughly circular orbit with a radius of 3.95*10^8 m. The moon

asked by Emily on October 23, 2012
64. ## Chemistry

Assume earth travels in UCM in orbit around the sun R=1.50 x 10 to the 11th power m T-365.25

asked by Anonymous on December 1, 2015
65. ## physics

Given that the distancef rom Earth to the Moon is 3.8 x 10^8 m, that the Moon takes 27 days to orbit Earth, and that the mass of the Moon is 7.4 x 10^22 kg, what is the acceleration of the Moon and the size of the attractive force between Earth and Moon?

asked by Lindsay on September 18, 2006
66. ## Another astronomy (algebra-based physics) question

I’d prefer thorough solutions, but if you can only provide formulas that would solve each part of the problem, that’d be helpful too :-) Thanks! Spinning too fast The rate of rotation of astrophysical objects that are held together by gravity (e.g.,

asked by Mark on March 4, 2009
67. ## science help plzzz

Multiple Choice 1. Which of Earth's spheres contains mountains, valleys, and other landscapes? (1 point) atmosphere biosphere geosphere hydrosphere 2. Which of the following are examples of destructive forces? (1 point) ice wind both ice and wind neither

asked by josh on January 22, 2014
68. ## science

Multiple Choice 1. Which of Earth's spheres contains mountains, valleys, and other landscapes? (1 point) atmosphere biosphere geosphere hydrosphere 2. Which of the following are examples of destructive forces? (1 point) ice wind both ice and wind neither

asked by Chairflip on March 22, 2018
69. ## physics

calculate the centripetal acceleration of the earth in its orbit around the sun and the net force exerted on the earth. What exerts this force on the earth? Assume that the earth's orbit is a circle of radius 1.50x10^11m. (earth's mass= 5.98x10^29kg, Sun's

asked by krista on April 27, 2010
70. ## physic

Given that Earth orbits the Sun with a semimajor axis of 1.000 AU and an approximate orbital period of 365.24 days, determine the mass of the Sun. (1 AU = 1.496 ✕ 1011 m)

asked by joy on February 27, 2018
71. ## physics

Given that Earth orbits the Sun with a semimajor axis of 1.000 AU and an approximate orbital period of 365.24 days, determine the mass of the Sun. (1 AU = 1.496 ✕ 1011 m)

asked by joy on February 27, 2018
72. ## fizik asas

The earth travels in a nearly circular orbit about the sun. The mean distance of the earth from the sin is 1.5¡Á1011 m. What is the approximation speed of the earth in its orbit around the sun?

asked by shuzika on February 8, 2011
73. ## Physics

Earth speeds along at 29.8 km/s in its orbit. Neptune's nearly circular orbit has a radius of 4.5 x 109 km, and the planet takes 164.8 years to make one trip around the Sun. Calculate the speed at which Neptune plods along in its orbit.

asked by vv on September 17, 2013
74. ## Science

The Sun exerts a gravitational force of 3.56 x 10^22 N on Earth. The mass of the Sun is 2.0 x 10^30 kg. The mass of the Earth is 6.0 x 10^24 kg. If we assume the Earth has a circular orbit of 1.5 x 10^11 m, what is the velocity needed for Earth to remain

asked by Boberto on November 29, 2016
75. ## Physics

A) Calculate the mass of the sun from the radius of the earth's orbit (1.50×1011 m), the earth's period in its orbit, and the gravitational constant G. B) What is the density of the sun ? (The sun's radius is 6.96×108 m). Notice how it compares with the

asked by Jordan on October 6, 2010
76. ## HELP

answers marked below 1. Which of Earth’s spheres contains most of its mass? (1 point) atmosphere hydrosphere geosphere biosphere 2. Erosion and weathering are examples of which types of forces? (1 point) constructive forces destructive forces

asked by BROOKLYN HAYES on February 17, 2016

it takes jupiter 12 years to orbit the sun. how many days does it take jupiter to orbit the sun?. add 3 days for leap years

asked by mythreyee on December 19, 2013
78. ## Physics 1

In recent years, scientists have discovered hundreds of planets orbiting other stars. Some of these planets are in orbits that are similar to that of earth, which orbits the sun (Msun = 1.99 × 10^(30) kg) at a distance of 1.50 × 10^(11) m, called 1

asked by Skyler on March 1, 2015
79. ## college physics

new planet is discovered orbiting a distant star. Observations have confirmed that the planet has a circular orbit with a radius of 21 AU and takes 118 days to orbit the star. Determine the mass of the star. State your answer with appropriate mks units.

asked by Joe on September 24, 2012
80. ## Physics Classical Mechanics

A planet has a single moon that is solely influenced by the gravitational interaction between the two bodies. We will assume that the moon is moving in a circular orbit around the planet and that the moon travels with a constant speed in that orbit. The

asked by Anonymous on October 21, 2013
81. ## Physics

Determine the value that has the largest total energy. Assuming that the orbirts are circular. (a) 1000 kg satellite at geosynchronous orbit (b) 1000 kg satellite in low earth orbit—roughly 300 km (c) 500 kg satellite at geosynchronous orbit (d) A 500 kg

asked by Malcom on March 31, 2009
82. ## Science 8R - HW Qs. Check (#2)

How long does it take the earth to revolve around the sun? my answer - 365 days right????

asked by Laruen on January 31, 2013
83. ## 7th grade science help the solar system Ms. Sue

1. Most likely, ____ were formed when lava from the moon's interior flooded bowl-like regions on the moon's surface. (1 point) maria highlands craters basins 2. Depressions on the moon formed by large meteorites are called ____. (1 point) maria mountains

asked by Delilah on October 17, 2012
84. ## Physics

At a height of 500km above earth, a satellite will orbit the earth once every 95 minutes. Find the mass of the earth based on this idea. B) How far above earth's surface would a satellite need to orbit so that it revolves at exactly the same rate as the

asked by Matt on November 7, 2016
85. ## Math

One of Kepler's three laws of planetary motion states that the square of the period, P, of a body orbiting the sun is proportional to the cube of its average distance, d, from the sun. The Earth has a period of 365 days and its distance from the sun is

asked by CJ on September 22, 2019
86. ## physics

The earth orbits the sun once every 365.24 days. The distance between the earth and sun is 1.49x 10^8 Km. The mass of the earth is 5.96 x 10 ^24 kg. A) Find the magnitude in newtons of the centripetal force acting on the earth. The mass of mars is 6.56 x

asked by ED on October 12, 2011
87. ## physics

The mean distance of the planet Neptune from the Sun is 30.05 times the mean distance of Earth from the Sun. a.) Determine how many Earth-years it takes Neptune to orbit the Sun. b.) The mass of the Sun is 1.99 x 10^30 kg, and the closest distance of

asked by Michelle on December 16, 2008
88. ## physics question

As denizens of the surface of a spinning planet, we are always in uniform circular motion. Imagine you are in Nairobi (on the Earth's equator) at noon on a Monday. Answer the following questions only considering the rotation of the earth and NOT the

asked by anonymous on January 15, 2018
89. ## physics

the distance from the earth to the sun is 1.5 times 10 to the 11 power m ( 93 million miles) and the time for one complete orbit of the earth about the sun is one year. how long would it take a planet located at twice this distance from the sun to complete

asked by Taylor on February 20, 2014
90. ## Physics

(1) What is the linear speed of the earth in its orbit about the sun? Give your answer in meters per second. (Consider the earth's orbit to be a circle of radius 1.50×1011 m.) (2) What is the linear speed of Jupiter in its orbit about the sun? Give your

asked by Shivu on August 27, 2013
91. ## Physics

The earth spins on its axis once a day and orbits the sun once a year (365 1/2 days). Determine the average angular velocity (in rad/s) of the earth as it (a)spins on its axis and (b) orbits the sun. In each case, take the positive direction for the

asked by Jose Luis on November 21, 2015
92. ## physics

The earth spins on its axis once a day and orbits the sun once a year (365 1/4 days). Determine the average angular velocity (in rad/s) of the earth as it (a) spins on its axis and (b) orbits the sun. In each case, take the positive direction for the

asked by Tyler on February 1, 2017
93. ## Physics

Which direction (Eastwards or Westwards) in the sky would the Sun appear to move as seen by a stationary observer on the surface of the hypothetical planet that has a sidereal rotation (on its axis) period of 120 days, and a revolution (around the Sun)

asked by Leslie on October 12, 2012
94. ## physics

What is the linear speed of Saturn in its orbit about the sun? Give your answer in meters per second. (Consider the orbit of Saturn to be a circle of radius 1.43×1012 m and that it takes 29.50 yr for one orbit around the sun.)

asked by Cole Lovick on September 22, 2014
95. ## i really need help and i dont ask alot so plzz

I NEED HELP WITH THIS its a TEST: 1. Which of Earth’s spheres contains most of its mass? (1 point) atmosphere hydrosphere geosphere biosphere 2. Erosion and weathering are examples of which types of forces? (1 point) constructive forces destructive

asked by the girl that has no friends on February 5, 2016
96. ## Math

One of Kepler's three laws of planetary motion states that the square of the period, P, of a body orbiting the sun is proportional to the cube of its average distance, d, from the sun. The Earth has a period of 365 days and its distance from the sun is

asked by Clarence on September 24, 2019
97. ## Math/calculus

Earth orbits the sun at an average distance of about 150 million kilometres every 365.2564 mean solar days, or one sidereal year. What is the linear velocity of th3 Earth in kilometres per hour?

asked by Jessica on November 13, 2017
98. ## Physics

What is the potential energy of the Earth, considered as an object orbiting the Sun? Compare your result with the kinetic energy of the Earth in its orbit. Given Earth mass = 6.34×1024kg , Sun mass =1.934×1030kg, and distance from the Earth to the Sun

asked by Supansa on March 15, 2016
99. ## Physics

What is the potential energy of the Earth, considered as an object orbiting the Sun? Compare your result with the kinetic energy of the Earth in its orbit. Given Earth mass = 6.34×1024kg , Sun mass =1.934×1030kg, and distance from the Earth to the Sun

asked by Supansa on March 15, 2016
100. ## Science

Have I matched the right Scientists with these famous sayings: Scientists: Ptolemy, Kepler, Copernicus, Newton, Galileo, Brahe & Hubble. 1)"I've finally worked out an explanation as to why planets orbit the sun and moons orbit planets. It is gravity that

asked by Tyler on September 4, 2008