In the case of a planet orbiting the Sun

In the case of a planet orbiting the Sun - 24. lowest...

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1. FIRST ANSWER IS THE CORRECT ANSWER 2. 3. In the case of a planet orbiting the Sun, angular momentum conservation means 4. that 5. (1) when its distance from the Sun decreases, its orbital speed must increase 6. (2) when its distance from the Sun decreases, its orbital speed must decrease too 7. (3) when its distance from the Sun decreases, its mass must increase 8. (4) NVA 9. (5) NVA 10. 11. 12. 13. Conservation of orbital angular momentum implies that a planet will have the 14. highest orbital speed when it is at 15. (1) perihelion 16. (2) aphelion 17. (3) midway between perihelion and aphelion 18. (4) NVA 19. (5) NVA 20. 21. 22. 23. Conservation of orbital angular momentum implies that a planet will have the
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Unformatted text preview: 24. lowest orbital speed when it is at 25. (1) aphelion 26. (2) perihelion 27. (3) midway between perihelion and aphelion 28. (4) NVA 29. (5) NVA 30. 31. 32. 33. The energy of motion is termed 34. (1) kinetic 35. (2) potential 36. (3) radiative 37. (4) NVA 38. (5) NVA 39. 40. 41. 42. Kinetic energy is 43. (1) energy of motion 44. (2) stored energy 45. (3) radiative energy 46. (4) NVA 47. (5) NVA 48. 49. 50. 51. Thermal energy is a form of 52. (1) kinetic energy 53. (2) potential energy 54. (3) radiant energy 55. (4) NVA 56. (5) NVA...
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