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Which of the following statements about planetary motion is false? A. Each planet would move in a straight line without the Sun's gravitational pull. B. Each planet has a period of revolution
and a period of rotation. C. Each planet moves in a circular orbit around the Sun. D. A planet's speed changes as it orbits the Sun.
D. A planet's speed changes as it orbits the Sun.
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User: Which of the following statements about planetary motion is false? A. Each planet would move in a straight line without the Sun's gravitational pull. B. Each planet has a period of revolution and a period of rotation. C. Each planet moves in a circular orbit around the Sun. D. A planet's speed changes as it orbits the Sun.

Weegy: D. A planet's speed changes as it orbits the Sun.
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User: Which of the following is not part of the Big Bang theory? A. Gravity pulled stars into galaxies. B. As the universe expands, galaxies move toward one another. C. In the beginning the universe was too hot for atoms to exist. D. The universe is continuously expanding.

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