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Unformatted text preview: Assessment . 1/6/11 9:09AM Chapter 2 Question Bank Tammy Stelly Started: January 6, 2011 9:09 AM Questions: 50 F-msh 559?:- A'Ii' Harp 1. 1 AU, or 1 astronomical unit, is defined as the (Points: 0) 1 AU, or 1 astronomical unit, is defined as the Q. 1. mean distance between the Sun and the Earth. ' 2. radius of the Sun. 3. distance traveled by light in 1 year. 4. distance at which the Earth-Sun distance will subtend an angle of l arc second. Save Answer 2. A body whose velocity is constant (Points: 0) A body whose velocity is constant 1. can have any non—zero acceleration. 2. has a negative acceleration. 3:, 3. has zero acceleration. 4. has a positive acceleration. Save Answer 3. According to Galileo's observations of Venus, when Venus is at full phase, its angular size (Points: 0) According to Galileo's observations of Venus, when Venus is at full phase, its angular size is maximum but its angular distance from the Sun is minimum. . and its angular distance from the Sun are both minimum. . and its angular distance from the Sun are both maximum. is minimum but its angular distance from the Sun is maximum. $.me Save Answer 4. According to Newton‘s first law, (Points: 0) According to Newton's first law, 1. an applied force always causes a change in the direction of travel of an object. 2. the larger the rate of change of speed of an object, the larger the force acting upon the http:/[blackboard.sjrcc.edu:80/webct/urw/lc241586610001.tp2419956...OO1&fdeage=displayAssessmentlntro.dowebct&updateBreadcrumb=false Page 1 of 13 ...
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