Two planets, A and B, orbit a star. Both planets have circular orbits. Planet A orbits the star at a distance of km and at a speed of 30 km/s. Planet B orbits the star at a distance of km and at a speed of 17 km/s.
How many times is the length of planet B’s orbit greater than planet A’s?
How many times longer does it take for planet B to orbit the star than planet A? Give your answer to 1 decimal place.