WILL VOTE MOST BRAINLIEST Which of the following explains why the inner planets are different than the outer planets? A)

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WILL VOTE MOST BRAINLIEST
Which of the following explains why the inner planets are different than the outer planets?

A) Due to the greater inertia of the dust particles, the dust remained close to the sun to form the inner planets leaving gases to form the outer planets.

B) The lighter gases boiled off of the protoplanets closest to the sun, leaving dust and metals behind to form the inner planets.

C) Due to the greater momentum of the gas particles, the gas particles flew farther away from the sun than dust and metals to form the outer planets, leaving dust and metals to form the inner planets.

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Khải Quang 1 year 2021-09-03T16:39:00+00:00 1 Answers 7 views 0

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    2021-09-03T16:40:31+00:00

    Answer:

    B) The lighter gases boiled off of the protoplanets closest to the sun, leaving dust and metals behind to form the inner planets.

    Explanation:

    Inner planets are smaller and rockier than outer gas planets,outer planets are larger,because of their lower gravity they don’t attract extreme amounts of gas in their planets.The four outer planets were so far from the Sun that its winds could not blow away their ice and gases

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