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Consider two binary star systems, A and B, in which the distance between the stars is the same. If the total mass of the stars in system A is greater than the total mass of the stars in system B, which of following can you conclude?



The primary in A is closer to the centre of mass than the primary in B.



The primary in A is farther from the centre of mass than the primary in B.



The orbital period of the stars in A is shorter than the orbital period of the stars in B.



The orbital period of the stars in A is longer than the orbital period of the stars in B.

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