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Look at the graphic above to answer the following questions to test your knowledge of Earth's motion around the sun.

  1. What is the motion of Earth traveling around the sun called?
  2. Which direction does it travel?
  3. How many days does it take the earth to travel once around the sun?
  4. What do we call the path that the earth takes to travel around the sun?
 
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  1. Revolution
  2. Counterclockwise
  3. 365 and 1/4 days
  4. Orbit
 

Analysis:

Draw a simple picture of the earth revolving around the sun. Use arrows to show the direction Earth moves.

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