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The orbits of planets being elliptical was one the planetary laws developed by A. Brahe. B. Ptolemy. C. Copernicus. D. Kepler.
The orbits of planets being elliptical was one the planetary laws developed by KEPLER.
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User: The orbits of planets being elliptical was one the planetary laws developed by A. Brahe. B. Ptolemy. C. Copernicus. D. Kepler.





Weegy: The orbits of planets being elliptical was one the planetary laws developed by KEPLER.
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Weegy: Acceleration is expressed in meters per second squared.
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User: Oil flows upward in the wick of a lantern because of the liquid property called A. viscosity. B. capillarity. C. meniscusity. D. density.

Weegy: Oil flows upward in the wick of a lantern because of the liquid property called CAPILLARITY.
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Weegy: The main difference between speed and velocity involves direction.
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Weegy: The acceleration due to gravity is a constant equal to 9.8 meters per second squared.
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