Which of the following statements or expressions is most nearly associated with Kepler's Third Law of Planetary Motion?
P2 = A3
Planetary orbits revolve around two foci.
A planet moves fastest when it is farthest from the sun.
A planet moves slowest when it is farthest from the sun.

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- anonymous

i know the second one is not true, and that the third one is true but not sure about the first one

- anonymous

sorry i meant the second one when i said the first one

- anonymous

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- anonymous

and i meant the third one when i said the second one too, sorry

- ujjwal

A planet moves slowest when it is farthest from the sun.

- anonymous

^^ is true but i wasn't sure on the p2=a3 thing

- anonymous

I know that it is not the 1'st answer because that is for Kelper 3'rd law..

- anonymous

What was the answer for this problem I know Planetary orbits are in the shape of an ellipse.

- anonymous

the answer is D
LOL

- kraftkirby

You would know the answer if you played Kerbal Space Program because the same principle applies to spacecraft in elliptical orbits.

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