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# Consider a classical particle subjected to an attractive inverse-square force field. The total energy of the particle is E and the eccentricity is ε. The particle will follow a parabolic orbit ifa)E > 0 and ε = 1b)E < 0 and ε < 1c)E = 0 and ε = 1d)E < 0 and ε = 1Correct answer is option 'C'. Can you explain this answer? Related Test: Physics - 2019 Past Year Paper

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