A year on Jupiter is 4,344 days long. This tells you how long it takes Kepler's Law

  • Jupiter to rotate one time on its axis.
  • Earth to orbit Jupiter.
  • Jupiter to orbit the sun
  • the sun to orbit Jupiter
Answer: Jupiter to orbit the sun
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