According to Kepler's 3rd law, the square of the time it takes for an object to orbit, T, is directly related to the cube of the distance, r, between the object and what it is orbiting. Kepler's Law

  • T2 = k*r3
  • T2 = k/r3
Answer: T2 = k*r3
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