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Physics 20A: Introduction to Astronomy Homework assignment #6 Due November 19 1. Textbook, p. 224, #2. 2. Textbook, p. 224, #5. 3. Textbook, p. 224, #6. 4. Textbook, p. 224, #7. 5. Textbook, p. 224, #8. 6. Textbook, p. 242, #5. 7. Textbook, p. 242, #7. 8. From the Sun’s mass and radius as given in Appendix 2, calculate the Sun’s mean density in grams per
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Unformatted text preview: cubic centimeter. Remember that density = mass / volume, and don’t forget to convert the Sun’s mass to grams and its radius to centimeters first. How does the Sun’s density compare to the Earth’s density? To Jupiter’s density? 9. Textbook, p. 242, #11. 10. Textbook, p. 242, #13. 1...
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