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If an asteroid has an orbital period half of that of Jupiter what is the semi major axis?

All i did was times 7.8*108 by 1/2 and got 3.9*108.

Seems to simple!??

any comments much appreciated

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ghostbuster25

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If an asteroid has an orbital period half of that of Jupiter what is the semi major axis?

All i did was times 7.8*108 by 1/2 and got 3.9*108.

Seems to simple!??

any comments much appreciated

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What does Kepler's third law say?

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ghostbuster25

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im unsure of how to apply this though.

I believe T

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