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# Math

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Read this main idea: The sun is the center of our solar system. Choose three details that go with the main idea.

The sun's gravity holds the planets in place. It provides them with heat and light.
The largest stars, called supergiants, are 1,500 times bigger than our sun.
It takes Earth 365 days to orbit the sun. Jupiter takes 12 years!
Our sun is not the largest or hottest star. It is a medium sized yellow star.
Astronomers long ago and today use star charts to map star locations.
All of the planets in our solar system revolve around one star-our sun.
Stars can be blue, white, yellow, or red. Blue stars are the hottest.
A reflector telescope bounces star light through mirrors.

Jun 5, 2021

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This is English language arts, not math, but the answer is

1.  The sun's gravity holds the planets in place. It provides them with heat and light.

2.  It takes Earth 365 days to orbit the sun. Jupiter takes 12 years!

3.  All of the planets in our solar system revolve around one star-our sun.

Each of the other options have little to do with the fact that the sun is the object in the center of the solar system.

Jun 5, 2021
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Read this main idea: The sun is the center of our solar system. Choose three details that go with the main idea.

The sun's gravity holds the planets in place. It provides them with heat and light.
The largest stars, called supergiants, are 1,500 times bigger than our sun.
It takes Earth 365 days to orbit the sun. Jupiter takes 12 years!
Our sun is not the largest or hottest star. It is a medium sized yellow star.
Astronomers long ago and today use star charts to map star locations.
All of the planets in our solar system revolve around one star-our sun.
Stars can be blue, white, yellow, or red. Blue stars are the hottest.
A reflector telescope bounces star light through mirrors.

Note that the three details are the only statements that address the sun as it relates to the planets (solar system).

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Jun 6, 2021
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Why is everyone so keen on doing all this kid's homework.

Why couldn't you discuss it without giving exact answers?

Melody  Jun 7, 2021