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Protoplanets formed which of the following? Select all that apply. A. comets B. asteroids C. inner planets D. outer planets E. moons of the gas giants
Protoplanets are E. moons of the gas giants
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User: Protoplanets formed which of the following? Select all that apply. A. comets B. asteroids C. inner planets D. outer planets E. moons of the gas giants

Weegy: Protoplanets are E. moons of the gas giants
Expert answered|MrG|Points 1875|

User: Which of these correctly lists the stages of development of the inner planets? A. inner planets ® protoplanets ® heavier elements ® planetesimals B. protoplanets ® planetesimals ® inner planets ® heavier elements C. heavier elements ® planetesimals ® protoplanets ® inner planets D. planetesimals ® heavier elements ® inner planets ® protoplanets

Weegy: A. inner planets ® protoplanets ® heavier elements ® planetesimals
Expert answered|rpatricia|Points 20|



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