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Unformatted text preview: 31. If an object has a resonant frequency of 27 Hertz: A. The object will vibrate back and forth 27 times per second if it is struck B. A sound wave whose frequency is 27 cycles per second will make the object vibrate back and forth C. None of the above A and B of the above answers 32. According to the Heisenburg Uncertainty Principle, which of the following light waves would be best for viewing small objects with a microscope? ,Violet light -m\t¢x WE'VW news-Nu abstai- -. Green light C. Red light D. It doesn't matter which light is used as long as the light is visible to the human eye 33. Stars shine by the process of A. Nuclear fission 2, @Nuclear fusion 34. A laser light is A. Always red in color E. Light of many different frequencies which makes it powerful @[any light waves which are all in phase with each other 35. Which wave occurrence is used in making “glow in the dark" objects such as a watch dial? Fluorescence . Phosphorescence Y9 C. Refraction D. Polarization 36. When an additional pressure is placed on a gas in a closed container, the pressure will be the same everywhere inside the container. This is: - A. Bernoulli's Theorem B. Planck's Law C. General Relativity g . Specific Relativity " Pascal’s Law 37. Wilhelm Roentgen discovered: A. Black Holes D. Microwaves ...
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