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ISP209s8 Questions -1- Some Clicker Questions - #1 If your ISP209 professor throws a ball, what can we say about the mass of the ball? A) It decreases B) It increases C) It says the same since mass is a scalar D) It might increase or decrease E) None of the above
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ISP209s8 Questions -2- Some Clicker Questions - #2 Which of the following statements is true? A) Nuclear power plants use antimatter to generate electricity. B) The US government has a storage area where several kg of antimatter are stored for use in bombs. C) The power source of the Sun is chemical reactions burning carbon and oxygen. D) In a chemical reaction the mass of the ingredients equals
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Unformatted text preview: the mass of the products E) Energy can be converted to mass ISP209s8 Questions-3-Some Clicker Questions - #3 What can we say about the speed of a clock near a large mass? A) It slows down B) It speeds up C) It says the same D) It might increase or decrease E) None of the above ISP209s8 Questions-4-Some Clicker Questions - #4 True or False, science has determined that time travel is impossible? A) True B) False ISP209s8 Questions-5-Some Clicker Questions - #5 If you had the chance, would you travel in time? A) Yes B) No C) It depends on the consequences...
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