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10/22/21, 6:49 PMTopic 6 (B) The Terrestrial Planets: 10049 ASTR 116 C Introduction to AstronomyTopic 6 (B) The Terrestrial PlanetsDueOct 24 at 11:06pmPoints10Questions10Time LimitNoneAllowed Attempts2InstructionsAttempt HistoryAttemptTimeScoreKEPTAttempt 21,360 minutes9 out of 10LATESTAttempt 21,360 minutes9 out of 10Attempt 113 minutes5 out of 10Correct answers are hidden.Score for this attempt:9out of 10Submitted Oct 9 at 5:13pmThis attempt took 1,360 minutes.Read OpenStax Astronomy eBook Chapters 9 Cratered Worlds: 9.5 Mercury, 10 Earth-like Planets:Venus and Mars.Choose the best answer.1 / 1 ptsQuestion 1The presence of a magnetic field on Mercury is surprising because:The planet is low in iron.The planet rotates so slowly.Planets rarely have magnetic fields.
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10/22/21, 6:49 PMTopic 6 (B) The Terrestrial Planets: 10049 ASTR 116 C Introduction to Astronomy2/6The planet is so close to the sun.

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