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11/7/2019 Herschel Experiment Gizmo : ExploreLearning 1/5 Print Page ASSESSMENT QUESTIONS: LANIA JACKSON Q1 Q2 Q3 Q4 Q5 SCORE Current Results NOT Saved You have already taken this assessment 2/5 Saved Results for Physical Science (G1, G2, G3, G4) 0/5 Questions & Answers 1. At the position shown below, the temperature is 72.5°F. What can you conclude about the temperature in the yellow region of the spectrum, where ? A. It will be the same, about 72.5°F. B. It will be lower than 72.5°F but higher than the temperature in the shade.. C. It will be higher than 72.5°F. D. It will be equal to the temperature in the shade. Correct Answer: C. It will be higher than 72.5°F. Explanation: The ability of visible light to increase temperature becomes greater as you move from the blue end of the spectrum to the red end of the spectrum. Because the position is closer to the red end of the spectrum than where the thermometer is in the given image, the temperature will be higher at .
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