Problem: How long would our year be if our Sun were one fourth its present mass and the radius of the Earth’s orbit were two times its present value? 1. 12.9099 2. 33.0681 3. 46.7654 4. 32.078 5. 5.65685 6. 60.3738 7. 16.4317 8. 9.0 9. 41.4126 10. 18.0

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How long would our year be if our Sun were one fourth its present mass and the radius of the Earth’s orbit were two times its present value?

1. 12.9099

2. 33.0681

3. 46.7654

4. 32.078

5. 5.65685

6. 60.3738

7. 16.4317

8. 9.0

9. 41.4126

10. 18.0

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