# If the Earth’s mass were double what it is, in what ways

## Problem 12Q Chapter 5

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Problem 12Q

If the Earth’s mass were double what it is, in what ways would the Moon’s orbit be different?

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Whear1 J, Zachary Whear CECS-121-01 3 Assignment Feb 8 , 2016 If/else Statements and Looping structures. The “dice challenge was fairly straight forward, I simple generated two random numbers that were limited between 1 and 6. I then had them added together. The star of the show is the if/else statement. It checks is the result is 7 or 11 and...

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