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Name: _____________________ AST 1004 Part III Take Home Mathematics Midterm Exam Instructions:  Please complete the following math problems to the best of your ability.  Partial credit will be given on each   of the step if the correct equation is presented.  Full credit will be given if you receive the correct answer.  Each question   is worth 10 points and this section will due on the day of the exam.                                           1) A cherry blossom is seen falling from a tree during the Cherry Blossom Festival in Washington, D.C.   An  astronomer with a stop watch times the blossom to fall for 0.25 seconds, how tall is the tree from which it fell? 2) A wavelength of light has a wavelength of 7.569 X 10
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Unformatted text preview: -8 m. What is the frequency and energy of this wavelength? 3) What is the difference in LGP between our observatory of 0.4 meters and the Keck Observatory of 10 meters? And what would the resolution be for the wavelength above in our observatory? For the Keck? Which telescope is better for the viewing this wavelength? 4) Jupiter takes 687.0 days to orbit the sun, what is the angular velocity in degrees per day? per hour? 5) A 70 kg man is standing on the Earth at a height of 2 meters. What is the gravitational force between the man and Earth (Remember a=g=9.8m/s 2 )? How does this compare with the gravitational force between the man and Jupiter (Hint R= the radius of Jupiter)?...
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