# What happens during constructive interference? A) two waves moving through the same medium add their effects B) One wave prevents another from moving through the same medium C) two waves produce two more waves D) waves moving in opposite directions cancel each other out

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Kepler's third law allows finding the answers for the orbital speed of the planets are:

• The speed decreases as we move away from the Sun, the values ​​are in the third column of the table.
• The fastest planet is Mercury and the slowest planet is Pluto.

Kepler measured and analyzed the astronomical data of him and his tutor Brake, finding mathematical relationships that describe the movement of the planet, they are called Kepler's laws

1. The orbits are ellipses

2. A vector from the sun to the planet travels equal areas in equal times

3. A relationship between the period and the semi-major axis of the orbit.

Kepler's third law is an application of Newton's second law to the motion of the planets around the sun.

Newton's second law establishes a relationship between force and the product of mass and acceleration of the object; in this case the force is the gravitational attractive force

F = m a

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Wher M y m are sum and planet mass, r is the distance ang G constnate universal gravitation

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a =

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(1)

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v =

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=

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Mercury       5.79 10¹⁰              4.779 10⁴

Venus          1.08 10¹¹               3.499 10⁴

Land            1,496 10¹¹             2,973 10⁴

Mars            2.28 10¹¹              2.408 10⁴

Jupiter        7.78 10¹¹               1.304 10⁴

Saturn         1.43 10¹²                9.62 10³

Uranus        2.87 10¹²               6.79 10³

Neptune     4.50 10¹²              5.42 10³

Pluto           5.91 10¹²               4.73 10³

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The radius of the orbit of Ceres is r = 2.766 ua  ( ) = 4.11 10¹¹ m

the orbital velocity of Ceres is

v =

v = 1.79 10⁴ m / s

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• The speed decreases as we move away from the Sun, the values ​​are in the third column of the table.
• The fastest planet is Mercury and the slowest planet is Pluto.

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