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What do orbiting satellites and the orbit of the moon around the Earth have in common? A. Friction B. Central-force motion C. Parallel-force motion D. Velocity
Orbiting satellites and the orbit of the moon around the Earth have: Central-force motion in common.
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Orbiting satellites and the orbit of the moon around the Earth have: Central-force motion in common.

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