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How are the planets Mercury and Earth similar? A. They both have impact craters and lava flows. B. They both have a similar density and little to no atmosphere. C. They both have a rocky outer crust, an iron core, and a similar density. D. They both have a strong magnetic field and an extreme temperature range.
The planets Mercury and Earth are similar in that: They both have a rocky outer crust, an iron core, and a similar density.
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The planets Mercury and Earth are similar in that: They both have a rocky outer crust, an iron core, and a similar density.
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A solar eclipse does not occur every time Earth, the Moon, and the Sun are aligned. What is the reason for this? A. The Moon is too small to eclipse the Sun. B. Earth, the Moon, and the Sun are never exactly aligned. C. The orbital plane of the Moon is inclined relative to the orbital plane of Earth. D. In order for a solar eclipse to occur, Earth must be a specific distance from the Sun.
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A solar eclipse does not occur every time Earth, the Moon, and the Sun are aligned, because: The orbital plane of the Moon is inclined relative to the orbital plane of Earth.
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The Sun exerts a much stronger gravitational force on Earth than the Moon does, but the Moon is largely responsible for the tides of Earth's oceans. Which statement BEST explains this? A. Because the Moon orbits Earth, it creates enough gravitational force to cause tides. B. Because the Moon can eclipse the Sun, its gravitational field can affect Earth's oceans. C. Because the Moon is solid rather than gaseous, its gravitational field has a greater effect on Earth's oceans. D. Because ...
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The Sun exerts a much stronger gravitational force on Earth than the Moon does, but the Moon is largely responsible for the tides of Earth's oceans. This is because the Moon is so much nearer the Earth than the Sun is, so is able to have a greater effect.
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A solar eclipse does not occur every time Earth, the Moon, and the Sun are aligned. What is the reason for this? A. The Moon is too small to eclipse the Sun. B. Earth, the Moon, and the Sun are never exactly aligned. C. The orbital plane of the Moon is inclined relative to the orbital plane of Earth. D. In order for a solar eclipse to occur, Earth must be a specific distance from the Sun.
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A solar eclipse does not occur every time Earth, the Moon, and the Sun are aligned, because the orbital plane of the Moon is inclined relative to the orbital plane of Earth.
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A solar eclipse does not occur every time Earth, the Moon, and the Sun are aligned. What is the reason for this? A. The Moon is too small to eclipse the Sun. B. Earth, the Moon, and the Sun are never exactly aligned. C. The orbital plane of the Moon is inclined relative to the orbital plane of Earth. D. In order for a solar eclipse to occur, Earth must be a specific distance from the Sun.
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A solar eclipse does not occur every time Earth, the Moon, and the Sun are aligned, because the orbital plane of the Moon is inclined relative to the orbital plane of Earth.
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