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lala2

  • 2 years ago

Kepler third law of orbital Motion states that you can approximate the period p(in earth years) it takes a planet to complete one orbit of the sun using the function p=d3/2, where d is the distance( In astronomical units,AU)from the planet to the sun. How many Earth years would it take for a planet that is 6.76 AU from the sun?

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  1. lala2
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    @UnkleRhaukus do you know how to do this!

  2. lala2
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    any help is much apperciated

  3. Shadowys
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    just sub d=6.76 into the eq and you'll get the p.

  4. lala2
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    thanks @Shadowys

  5. Shadowys
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    you're welcome :)

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