Final_Exam - Department of Physics University of Alabama in...

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Department of Physics Dr. Lior Burko University of Alabama in Huntsville Fall semester, 2006 AST 371: Introduction to Astrophysics Final Exam Due date: 12/13/2006 , submit in the Physics office to Ms. Dora by EOB or before. It is your responsibility to submit by the deadline. Any student not submitting in time, for whatever reason, is getting a 0 grade in this final exam. By submitting your solutions you are stating that the solutions are your own work, and that you have not consulted with anyone. If you have any questions, you are welcome to ask your instructor either by email ( burko@uah.edu ), by phone (824-2934), or in the office (OB 210). Solve two out of the following three problems. If you submit solutions to all three problems, only the first two will be graded. You may not combine parts of two different problems. While you may of course solve all three problems, you are advised to submit only the two that you believe you did best. Make sure you clearly explain your solution. Problem 1: In the high-temperature environment of helium burning, other processes are also at work. If the star is sufficiently massive, core temperature may reach 6x10
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