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  MULTIPLE CHOICE.  Choose the one alternative that best completes the statement or answers the question.  1) 
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Cosmology  is the study  of the  overall  structure and  evolution of 
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1)  _______  A) 
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stars. 
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B)  the  universe. 
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beauty. 
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D)  galaxies .    2
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Relativity is  the 
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2)  _______  A)  s t u d y   o f   w o rm hol es  an tim tra vel i d e t h at  s pace  bends in  relations hip to the  square of  the mass  contained  within it. 
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study of how space,  energy, and mass are related to time.  D) 
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concept that there are  no absolutes that can be postulated.    3) 
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Edwin  Hubble  discovered  that the  farther away  a galaxy is  the 
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3)  _______  A) 
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more black holes it  contains. 
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B)  more  energetic it is. 
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more massive it is. 
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D)  faster it  is receding  from us.    4
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The "Big  Bang" refers  to the 
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4)  _______  A)  t i m e   w h e n   o u r   S u n   w ill  bec om e a  no va,  ren der ing  Ear th  int mo lte lav a.  p h e n o m e n o n of rapid  chain  reaction  supernov ae during  the first  100 years  of  the  universe. 
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point in time in which  the known (and perhaps knowable) universe came into being.  D) 
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end of the universe  when simultaneous supernovae will transform the universe into a supergiant black hole.    5) 
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The Big  Bang 
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5)  _______  A)  o c c u r r e d   a s   a   r e s u lt  of  dis tur ba nce wit hin  the  Lar ge  Ma gel len ic  clo ud.  t o o k place  within  time. 
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marked the beginning  of space and time.  D) 
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took place within space.    6) 
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Cepheids are  types of  stars that  regularly  change how  bright they  are over a  period of a  few 
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6)  _______  A) 
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days. 
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B) 
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decades. 
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