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of these planets, the one that would be classified as a terrestrial planet is a mercury b neptune c saturn or d jupiter, help please :)

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The planets in our solar system are 1) Mercury 2) Venus 3) Earth 4) Mars 5) Jupiter 6) Saturn 7) Uranus 8) Neptune 9) Pluto **** This is debated, but I figured why not list it *** where Mercury is the closest to the sun and Pluto is furthest from the sun The first 4 planets are known as terrestrial planets because they are composed of solid rocks. The planets 5) through 8) are composed entirely of gas, so they are not terrestrial planets. Btw this is the wrong section, and you may have better luck asking questions like this in the science or astronomy section

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