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PHYS1305Exam 2Makeup Test20 questions with 5 credit points for each question (205= 100)1. About the four terrestrial planets, which one of the following statements is NOT correct?(A) The orbital periods of the four planets in order from shortest to longest are: Mercury, Earth, Venus, and Mars.(B) The four planets have the same interior structure: curst, mantle, and core.(C) The four planets in order from smallest to biggest are: Mercury, Mars, Venus, and Earth.(D) The distances from the Sun for the four planets in order from closest to farthest are: Mercury, Venus, Earth, andMars.
2. Among the four terrestrial planets (i.e., Earth, Mars, Mercury, and Venus) in our solar system, which one of thefour terrestrial planets has the lowest average density?
3. Among the four terrestrial planets, which one has the largest day-night difference of surface temperature?
4. Among the four terrestrial planets, which one has the warmest global-average temperature?
5. Among the four terrestrial planets, what is the order of surface pressure from lowest to highest?(A) Mars, Mercury, Earth, and Venus(B) Mercury, Mars, Venus, and Earth(C) Mercury, Venus, Mars, and Earth(D) Mars, Mercury, Earth and Venus
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