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1. Planets that are larger in diameter, farther from the sun, and less dense than smaller planets in the solar system are known as (1 point) terrestrial planets. Oort clouds. gas giants. nebula. 2. A comet is composed of (1 point) rock. ice. solar wind. both rock and ice. 3. Beyond the Kuiper belt lies a great reservoir of comets called (1 point) the gas giants. the Oort cloud. Charon. the Great Dark Spot. 4. In the formation of the solar system, nearly all of the mass of the solar nebula became (1 point

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1 gas giants. 2 Both rock and ice. 3 the oort cloud. 4 The sun. :]
5. are similar in structure to Earth 6. in the asteroid belt beyond Mars That way you have the whole quiz. jhunter38 is 100% correct! :)
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