• 0
• .99
• 2

• Red
• Blue
• Pink
• #### 3.  What has an eccentricity of zero

• a straight line
• a large ellipse
• a circle
• a small ellipse
• #### 4.  Kepler's first law states that the orbits of the planets are oval in shape or

• ellipses
• perfect circles

• nutation
• precession
• revolution
• rotation

• perihelion
• aphelion
• #### 7.  The line joining the sun and planet sweeps out equal area in equal interval of time

• keplers law of orbit
• keplers second law for planetary motion
• keplers law of period
• newtons law

• Mars
• Venus
• Mercury
• Earth
• #### 9.  What is true about the area between points A, B and the Sun, and the area between points H, I and the Sun?

• The area between A, B and the Sun is the largest.
• The area between H, I and the Sun is the largest
• Both areas are equal in size
• There is not enough information to determine the areas
• #### 10.  The astronomer who made correction in the astronomical calendar was

• Johannes Kepler
• Tycho Brahe
• Nicolas copernicus
• Newton

• gas
• metal
• water
• rock

• longer
• shorter

• circle
• ellipse
• focus
• perihelion

• aphelion
• perihelion
• foci
• axis

• aphelion
• perihelion
• #### 16.  Where is the planet moving faster

• Position A to B
• Position B to C
• Position H to I
• Position I to J

• 3
• 5

• faster
• slower
• #### 19.  The correct statement is

• planet moves slow when it closer to sun and fast as it moves away from sun
• planet moves with same speed every where in the orbit
• planet move slow and fast depending upon size
• planet moves fast when close to sun and slow when moves away from sun
• #### 20.  The correct statement for kepler third law is

• time period is equal to distance between sun and planet
• square of time period is proportional o square of distance between sun and planet
• The square of ration of period of A to Planet B is equal to ratio Cube of distance between planet A to Planet B from sun
• Cube of period is proportional to square of distance

• 1st
• 2nd
• 3rd
• 4th
• #### 22.  According to Kepler law sun is situated at

• center of orbit
• anywhere in the orbit of planet
• any of foci of elliptical orbit
• Can be any wherr

• Newton
• Galileo
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