Sample Conventional Assessment  Go back to lesson. Match each of the following lettered terms with its numbered description below.   A. Kepler’s First Law - The Law of Ellipses   B. Kepler’s Second Law - The Law of Equal Areas   C. Kepler’s Third Law - The Harmonic Law   D. Newton   E. foci   F. hyperbola   G. parabola   H. eccentricity   I. ellipse   _____ 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.     Answers:   1. D   2. A   3. F   4. I   5. C   6. H   7. G   8. B   9. E