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10/22/21, 6:50 PMQuiz Topic 1 (A) Copernican Scientific Revolution: 10049 ASTR 116 C Introduction to AstronomyQuiz Topic 1 (A) Copernican Scientific RevolutionDueSep 26 at 11:21pmPoints11Questions11Time LimitNoneAllowed Attempts2InstructionsAttempt HistoryAttemptTimeScoreLATESTAttempt 112 minutes10 out of 11Correct answers are hidden.Score for this attempt:10out of 11Submitted Sep 8 at 6:47pmThis attempt took 12 minutes.Read OpenStax Astronomy eBook Chapter 3 Orbits and Gravity.Choose the best answer.Take the Quiz Again0 / 1 ptsQuestion 1IncorrectIncorrectThe Ptolemaic model of the universe:Explained and predicted the motions of the planets to some degree.Is the basis of our modern cosmology.Describes the orbits of the planets as ellipses.all of the above
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10/22/21, 6:50 PMQuiz Topic 1 (A) Copernican Scientific Revolution: 10049 ASTR 116 C Introduction to Astronomynone of the aboveThat's not correct1 / 1 ptsQuestion 2what is an epicycle supposed to explain?
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Good work1 / 1 ptsQuestion 3Scientists today do not believe the Ptolemaic model because:

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