Which variables are involved in understanding Kepler's third law of motion? (1 point) period of revolution, period of rotation eccentricity of orbit, rotational
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period of revolution, period of rotation
eccentricity of orbit, rotational velocity
rotational velocity, distance to sun
orbital velocity, distance to sun
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1. User Answers adefioyelaoye
The variables which are involved in understanding Kepler's third law of
motion are
 Orbital velocity
 Distance to sun
What is Kepler's third law of motion?
Kepler's third law of motion states that the the square of the orbital period of
a planet is proportional to the cube of the semimajor axis of its orbit. He
also inferred that the greater the distance, the slower the orbital velocity.
This thereby makes option D the most appropriate option as it contains the
orbital velocity and distance to sun variables.
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2. User Answers valeriaperez133171
Answer:orbital velocity distance to sun
Explanation: