Kepler's Third Law

Kepler's third law states the relationship between a planet's average distance from the sun and the time required for the planet to complete one orbit
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Kepler's third law states

the relationship between a planet's average from the sun and the required for the planet to complete orbit

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time
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The time for one cycle of the sun is called a planet's ______ of revolution

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The following is Kepler's third law as a formula

$T^2 \sim R^3$

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Newton's laws explain Kepler's third law

Planets at greater distances experience force from the sun and, if they are to orbit at that distance, they must be moving more than planet closer to the sun.

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Define the period of a motion

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Do planets at greater distances from the sun have longer or shorter periods of revolution?

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