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If two planet's of same mass revolving around the other body at the distance a and b respectively bus more than a and in front of each other then after how much time they will again come in front of each other
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No, since they are in the same direction they add on to one another.
Every coin you look at the back and front are struck the same way is it normal for a Kennedy coin to have the front and back upside down from each other?
Are you looking at U.S. coins? ALL U.S. coins minted since the 19th century have the front an back oriented 180º to each other. Many other countries (Canada, UK, EU) use wh…at's called "medal rotation" where both sides point the same direction when a coin is flipped side to side like the page of a book. Make sure you're comparing like to like (i.e. not apples and oranges).
If they push off with the exact same force and incur the exact same wind and friction resistance, and both have the same mass then indeed they should move away from each… other at the same speed.
Not necessarily. What is the equation? What are you trying to prove?
They are equal distance from one another.
No, they all have differing distances from other planets.
Which pair of solar bodies comes closest to approximating a double planet that is two bodies of roughly equal mass are close enough to revolve around each other as they orbit around the sun?
Pluto & charon
Actually, the planets aren't all the same distance away.
Two electrons repel each other if they have the same charge. If they have opposite charges, then they will attract each other.
Bookkeeper and bookkeeping.
neutrons and protons. Electrons are MUCH smaller.
No, when objects have the same charge they do not attract. Take two balloons, for example. When you rub them on your head, then hold them near each other, they move away from …each other, which is called repelling. They repel because the charge of the two balloons are the same. They picked up the positive or negative charges from your hair.
Vertically opposite angles, or vert. opp. angles for short.