If I remember right, Kepler's second law states that an object in an elliptical orbit covers equal areas in equal times.
Since the area described by the sun-planet radius along path ABC is greater than the area associated with path CDA, that means T(ABC) > T(CDA). So I'd say proposition (1) is correct.

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TopNewestIf I remember right, Kepler's second law states that an object in an elliptical orbit covers equal areas in equal times. Since the area described by the sun-planet radius along path ABC is greater than the area associated with path CDA, that means T(ABC) > T(CDA). So I'd say proposition (1) is correct.

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Yeah! Did the same way.

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I think its correct

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Option 1 is correct...bit late to see the question though....

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Is the answer, option 1?

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Yeah , correct!

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Yup option 1 is a right answer...!!

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