 admin # Please help !! Which of the following statements regarding orbits is true? A. A satellite moves in an elliptical orbit with the central body at one focus B. The Sun and a planet are at the two foci of an orbit. c. In an orbit, the satellite and the central body are the two foci of the ellipse. D. In an elliptical orbit, there is one focus and the satellite is located there.

2 months ago

## Solution 1 Guest #5493902
2 months ago

The true statement about an orbit is that the sun and a planet are at the two foci of an orbit. Hence, option B is correct.

### What is an orbit?

An orbit is a curved path taken by an object in celestial mechanics, such as the path taken by a planet around a star, a natural satellite around a planet, or an artificial satellite around an object or location in space, such as a planet, moon, asteroid, or Lagrange point.

Ordinarily, the term "orbit" refers to a trajectory that repeats itself periodically, though it can also apply to a non-repeating trajectory. Kepler's principles of planetary motion roughly predict that planets and satellites have elliptic orbits, with the center of mass orbiting at a focal point of the ellipse.

Hence, this concludes that option B is correct.

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## Solution 2 Guest #5493903
2 months ago
The answer is b. A planet will orbit the sun in an elliptical shape, and that this orbit will have two focus points

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