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|Match each of the following lettered
terms with its numbered description below.
A. Keplers First Law - The Law of Ellipses
_____ 1. The scientist who identified orbits of planetary bodies as conic sections.
_____ 2. All planets move in elliptical paths, with the sun at one focus.
_____ 3. The shape created by slicing a cone perpendicular to its bottom.
_____ 4. An elongated oval shape.
_____ 5. The closer a planet is to what the sun, the greater its velocity.
_____ 6. A numerical representation of how elongated an ellipse is.
_____ 7. The shape created by slicing a cone parallel to the opposite side.
_____ 8. The line joining a planet to the sun sweeps out equal areas in equal times.
_____9. For every point lying on an ellipse, the
sum of the distances to these two points is the same.