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ElonaSushchik

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The diagram below shows three parts labeled A, B, and C, of Earth's orbit around the Sun. Which of these best arranges the parts of the orbit from slowest to fastest speed of Earth in them? C → B → A A → B → C B → C → A A → C → B

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    I think its B @TheSmartOne

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    anyone??

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    @CallMeKiki u there???

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    Um...I'm not sure? I probably know this, but I can't remember. Sorry. :L

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    do u know someone who can?

  11. Abhisar
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    Orbital velocity is directly proportional to the radius of orbit.

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