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An eclipsing binary has been analyzed and it has been determined that the ratio of the mass of star A to the mass of star B is about 6 : 1, and that the total mass of the two stars is 26 solar masses. What are the masses of star A and star B?



Star A has a mass of 6 solar mass and star B has a mass of 1 solar masses.



Star A has a mass of 20 solar masses and star B has a mass of 6 solar masses.



Star A has a mass of 22.3 solar masses and star B has a mass of 3.7 solar masses.



Star A has a mass of 31.2 solar masses and star B has a mass of 5.2 solar masses.

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