The outer planets—Jupiter, Saturn, Uranus, and Neptune—are made up of which gases? A.methane, carbon dioxide, and ammonia B.methane, helium, and ammonia C.hydrogen, helium, and ammonia D.hydrogen, carbon dioxide, and ammonia

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The outer planets—Jupiter, Saturn, Uranus, and Neptune—are made up of which gases? A.methane, carbon dioxide, and ammonia B.methane, helium, and ammonia C.hydrogen, helium, and ammonia D.hydrogen, carbon dioxide, and ammonia

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C Hydrogen, helium and ammonia
The Outer Planets, or Gas Giants, include Jupiter, Saturn, Uranus and Neptune. They are characterised by colourful, turbulent, cloudy atmospheres and do not have a solid surface on which one could land. Their atmospheres are mainly hydrogen and helium, with traces of other gases giving them their rich colours. Therefore.: The answer would Be C.hydrogen, helium, and ammonia As @GuitarNerd2015 had said. (:
hydrogen definitely, because that's the most abundant element so that eliminates A, and B. I would assume that Helium is more common on the sun. i agree with @chrissyC. and the guitar nerd

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