anonymous
  • anonymous
In the history of astronomy, which of the following is true? Ptolemy argued that the sun was the center of the universe. Isaac Newton was criticized for his work on the geocentric model. Johannes Kepler was a student of Tycho Brahe. Galileo Galilei built one of the first observatories.
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schrodinger
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anonymous
  • anonymous
I know for a fact it isn't B and I don't think C is it either. I'm stuck between A and D. Help please!
TuringTest
  • TuringTest
The Ptolemeic system is 'geocentric' that means it puts the earth at the center of the universe so A
anonymous
  • anonymous
Eww, history.

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kraftkirby
  • kraftkirby
It is D! IDK in what universe @TurningTest thought A was right but I like how what he says makes a wrong but then he goes ahead and says A! The answer is D! PAY ATTENTION IN SCHOOL!
AnitaS.
  • AnitaS.
i think D is right too!! It is for sure not A!!

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