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Under what conditions would the length of a day be the same as the length of a night, year-round? A. if earth’s axis weren’t tilted B. if earth’s orbit were closer to the sun C. if earth had no moon D. if earth’s revolution were faster
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@texaschic101
anonymous
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A tilt in the earth causes the day and night period to change.
anonymous
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so? i dont get it

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anonymous
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ohh so the anwser is A?
anonymous
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The question is asking which condition would day period=night period. If earth did not tilt then day period would equal the night period.
anonymous
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If it did tilt it would change.
anonymous
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ooh ok thanks can you help with more
anonymous
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Go ahead.
anonymous
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What season does the southern hemisphere experience when it is tilted away from the sun? A. autumn B. spring C. winter D. summer
anonymous
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i only have like 7 more
anonymous
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Hint: if it is away from the sun then it is the opposite.
anonymous
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winter right?
anonymous
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yes.
anonymous
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During which season in the Northern Hemisphere is the earth at its farthest distance from the sun? A. autumn B. summer C. spring D. winter
anonymous
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Hint: when sun is farthest from earth that mean it is ___
anonymous
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summer?
anonymous
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Farthest is the keyword.
anonymous
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ohh winter
anonymous
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?
anonymous
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Yes.
anonymous
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Closest to which date is the Southern Hemisphere tilted most directly away from the sun? A. December 21 B. March 21 C. June 21 D. September 21
anonymous
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When northern hemisphere is winter, southern hemisphere is summer Northern hemisphere winter is in Dec 21
anonymous
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See if you can figure it out.
anonymous
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sepember 21?
anonymous
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why do you think it is?
anonymous
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wait nvm its july cause in july northerny heme is summer soltice
anonymous
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You mean June 21?
anonymous
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yea
anonymous
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Correct!
anonymous
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Upon which does the amount of gravitational pull between two bodies depend? A. only the mass of the smallest body B. the masses of both bodies C. only the mass of the largest body D. the speed by which they orbit
anonymous
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Gravitational pull formula is \[\frac{ M1M2 }{ r^2} \] multiplied by 6.686 x 10^n power. Can you figure it out now?
anonymous
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no thisa is the 1 problem i dont know or have an idea could you plz just gimme the solution for this one
anonymous
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M1 is mass of first object M2 is mass of second object Gravitational pull or force=\[\frac{ M1M2 }{R^2 }\] multiplied by a constant.
anonymous
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R is just distance.
anonymous
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so?
anonymous
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what does gravity rely on based on those formula?
anonymous
  • anonymous
M1 is mass of first body. M2 is mass of second body
anonymous
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the mass? of both bodies?
anonymous
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You need those formula to figure out the gravitational pull.
anonymous
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Yes that is correct!
anonymous
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Gravitation pull happens everywhere between every bodies.
anonymous
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What is the name for galaxies held together by gravity? A. solar system B. constellation C. binary system D. cluster
anonymous
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Solar system:consist of planets and the sun Constellation:see attachment Binary system:a system consisting of two parts. Cluster:a group of similar things or people positioned or occurring closely together.
anonymous
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Gravity definition- a system of millions or billions of stars, together with gas and dust, held together by gravitational attraction.

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