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Which object has the most gravitational force in the solar system?
a) Sun b) Europa c) Jupiter d) Earth
The Earth spins on its axis, taking...
a) one minute b) one day c) one year d) one second
What is one of the forces that cause the revolution of planets around the sun?
a) gravity b) magnetism c) thermal energy d) velocity
Which type of planet has more mass?
a) Inner Planets b) Planets made of rock c) Gaseous Planets d) Terrestrial Planets
The more mass a planet has,...
a) The more gravity it has. b) The more atmosphere it has. c) The more density it has. d) The more water it has.
Objects weigh more on Earth than Mercury because...
a) Earth has more atmosphere than Mercury. b) Earth has more gravitational force than Mercury. c) Earth has more density than Mercury. d) Earth is farther from the Sun.
Planets stay in orbit around the sun because of:
a) inertia b) gravity c) gravity and inertia d) density
The closer the planet is to the sun, the ___________ its revolution.
a) longer b) funner c) rounder d) shorter
Which of the following objects are held in orbit by the Sun's gravity?
a) Inner planets b) Outer Planets c) Comets, Asteroids, and Meteoroids d) all of these objects
Place the following objects in order from greatest largest gravitational force to least gravitational force.
a) Sun, Jupiter, Earth b) Jupiter, Earth, Sun c) Mercury, Jupiter, Earth d) Jupiter, Sun, Mercury
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