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The law of equal areas suggests that planets move fastest when at the moonperihelionaphelion and slowest when at aphelionthe Sunperihelion.
India and China have the fastest growing populations and I believe Europe or perhaps Iceland or Greenland have the lowest. [ ]
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User: The _____ model of the structure of the solar system suggests that the earth is the center of the universe. heliocentric geocentric elliptic

User: The _____ model of the structure of the solar system suggests that the earth is the center of the universe. heliocentric geocentric elliptic

User: The law of equal areas suggests that planets move fastest when at the moonperihelionaphelion and slowest when at aphelionthe Sunperihelion.

Weegy: India and China have the fastest growing populations and I believe Europe or perhaps Iceland or Greenland have the lowest. [ ]
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User: The harmonic law would suggest that Neptune will take _____ to orbit the Sun than Mercury. a shorter amount of time equal amounts of time a longer amount of time

Weegy: ... Mercury (planet); Neptune; ... orbit, the radius vector (the line from the Sun to the planet) sweeps out equal areas in equal intervals of time. [ Third law (the harmonic ... amount ... ]
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User: Identify the sentence pattern. Use the following abbreviations to label the sentence parts. S = Subject V = Verb IO = Indirect Object DO = Direct Object a0 a1 a2 a3 a4 a5 Rachel made Sue a birthday cake.

Weegy: Let Julie = x Ted = 2x Mike = 3x x+2x+3x = 210. 6x=210. x=210/6 = 35. Therefore, since Julie was x, Julie weighs 35 lbs, Ted was 2x so Ted weighs 70 lbs and Mike was 3x so Mike weighs 105 lbs.
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User: Use the questions To whom? or ____ whom? to test whether a word is an indirect object. for on over

Weegy: Unanswered Questions; New Answers; Q ... You should use "whom" when it's acting as an object (direct object, indirect object ... [ There's much debate over whether "who" or "whom ... [ ] ]
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