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Which of the following pairs of planets have the most in common? Mercury and Venus Jupiter and Neptune Earth and Saturn Mars and Uranus

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Jupiter, Neptune and Uranus are all gas giants, and quite different from the 'solid' inner planets: Mercury to Mars. Hence which pair are similar?
It has to be one of the first two pairs. Now the question is, what are the differences between the members of each of those pairs?
I believe it would be Jupiter and Neptune. But also the inner planets that are together in the choices would be mercury and venus. So I'm quite indecisive. Yeah I'm trying to find that out right now. Thank you

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Let me see if I can figure it out. But I am leaning towards Jupiter and Neptune.
Have a look at this table as well: http://sekolah.mmu.edu.my/smkrahmat/rahmatastronomy/images/planets_table.png
For future students, the answer is Saturn and Uranus (: Screw FLVS!!!!
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