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28 March, 18:29

Jupiter's radius is much larger than that of Earth. However, Jupiter does not have nearly the mass that Earth would have if it were as large as Jupiter. Why?

Select one:

a. Jupiter is farther from the sun so the force of gravity on it is weaker.

b. A great deal of Jupiter's volume is in the gas phase.

c. Most of Jupiter's mass is found in its rings and moons.

d. Jupiter's internal heat serves as an outward force which counters gravity.

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  1. 28 March, 19:16
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    A great deal of Jupiter's volume is in the gas phase.

    explaination???:

    as we all know gas is less dense than solid, it would scatter more and u would see it bigger.
  2. 28 March, 20:28
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    I don't know number two or
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