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5/8/18, 6(53 PMAPUS CLE : SCIN134 B001 Spr 18 : Tests & Quizzes1.0 PointsCh 23 QuizCh 23 QuizReturn to Assessment ListPart 1 of 1 -22.0 PointsQuestion 1 of 12What kind of star gives rise to a Type I supernova?!A. white dwarf starsB. massive main sequence starsC. red giant starsD. brown dwarfsAnswer Key:Answer Key:ASCIN134 B001 Spr 18$%Tests & QuizzesTests & QuizzesTests & Quizzes
Page 1 of 55.0 PointsQuestion 2 of 12Arrange the following stars in order of their evolution (1 = youngest; 5 = oldest):A. 2B. 5C. 1D. 3E. 4"select1. A star with no nuclear reactions going on in the core, which is made primarily of carbon andoxygen."select2. A star of uniform composition from center to surface; it contains hydrogen but has nonuclearreactions going on in the core."select3. A star that is fusing hydrogen to form helium in its core.
5/8/18, 6(53 PMAPUS CLE : SCIN134 B001 Spr 18 : Tests & QuizzesPage 2 of 51.0 Points1.0 Points"select4. A star that is fusing helium to carbon in the core and hydrogen to helium in a shell aroundthe core.

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Professor
NESTOR CASTELLANOS
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Supernova, White dwarf, solar mass star

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