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With an average surface temperature of about 737 K, _______ is the hottest planet. A. Earth B. Mars C. Venus D. Mercury
: With an average surface temperature of about 737 K, __c. Venus__ is the hottest planet.
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: With an average surface temperature of about 737 K, __c. Venus__ is the hottest planet.
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