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The _____ model of the structure of the solar system suggests that the earth is the center of the universe. heliocentric geocentric elliptic Question #2MultipleChoice Score: Copernicus and other
astronomers before him thought that celestial bodies followed a _____ orbital path. circularellipticalsquare Question #3MultipleChoice Score: _____ suggested that the Sun and moon orbited Earth, and the rest of the planets orbited the Sun. PtolemyKeplerBrahe Question #4MultipleChoice Score: Johannes Kepler, an apprentice of Brahe, believed in the heliocentric universe but rejected past astronomers' belief in _____. circular orbital pathselliptical orbital pathssquare orbital paths Question #5TextMultipleChoice Score: The law of circlestrianglesellipses suggests that the orbit of planets is not circular but ellipticalrectangularcircular. Question #6MultipleChoice Score: An ellipse has two focal points. One of the focal points is the _____. earthmoonSun Question #7MultipleChoice Score: Which statement is true? The law of equal areas suggests that the imaginary line connecting the Sun to a planet sweeps out equal areas in equal amounts of time.The law of equal areas suggests that the imaginary line connecting the Sun to a planet sweeps out equal areas, but in a shorter time period the closer the planet is to the Sun.The law of equal areas suggests that the imaginary line connecting the Sun to a planet sweeps out different amounts of space in equal amounts of time.The law of equal areas suggests that the imaginary line connecting the Sun to a planet sweeps out equal areas, but in a faster time period the closer the planet is to the Sun. Question #8MultipleChoice Score: The square of the orbital period of a planet around the sun is proportional to the cube of the planet's orbital radius. This follows the _____. law of ellipseslaw of harmonieslaw of equal areaslaw of Kepler Question #9MultipleChoice Score: The harmonic law would suggest that Neptune will take _____ to orbit the Sun than Mercury. a shorter amount of timeequal amounts of timea longer amount of time Question #10TextMultipleChoice Score: The law of equal areas suggests that planets move fastest when at the moonaphelionperihelion and slowest when at aphelionperihelionthe Sun.
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User: Copernicus and other astronomers before him thought that celestial bodies followed a _____ orbital path. circular elliptical square

User: The _____ model of the structure of the solar system suggests that the earth is the center of the universe. heliocentric geocentric elliptic Question #2MultipleChoice Score: Copernicus and other astronomers before him thought that celestial bodies followed a _____ orbital path. circularellipticalsquare Question #3MultipleChoice Score: _____ suggested that the Sun and moon orbited Earth, and the rest of the planets orbited the Sun. PtolemyKeplerBrahe Question #4MultipleChoice Score: Johannes Kepler, an apprentice of Brahe, believed in the heliocentric universe but rejected past astronomers' belief in _____. circular orbital pathselliptical orbital pathssquare orbital paths Question #5TextMultipleChoice Score: The law of circlestrianglesellipses suggests that the orbit of planets is not circular but ellipticalrectangularcircular. Question #6MultipleChoice Score: An ellipse has two focal points. One of the focal points is the _____. earthmoonSun Question #7MultipleChoice Score: Which statement is true? The law of equal areas suggests that the imaginary line connecting the Sun to a planet sweeps out equal areas in equal amounts of time.The law of equal areas suggests that the imaginary line connecting the Sun to a planet sweeps out equal areas, but in a shorter time period the closer the planet is to the Sun.The law of equal areas suggests that the imaginary line connecting the Sun to a planet sweeps out different amounts of space in equal amounts of time.The law of equal areas suggests that the imaginary line connecting the Sun to a planet sweeps out equal areas, but in a faster time period the closer the planet is to the Sun. Question #8MultipleChoice Score: The square of the orbital period of a planet around the sun is proportional to the cube of the planet's orbital radius. This follows the _____. law of ellipseslaw of harmonieslaw of equal areaslaw of Kepler Question #9MultipleChoice Score: The harmonic law would suggest that Neptune will take _____ to orbit the Sun than Mercury. a shorter amount of timeequal amounts of timea longer amount of time Question #10TextMultipleChoice Score: The law of equal areas suggests that planets move fastest when at the moonaphelionperihelion and slowest when at aphelionperihelionthe Sun.

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