Review - Search for winter break Are we there yet? IDea A....

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Are we there yet? Search for winter break
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IDea A. Individuals with Disabilities Education Act B. Individual Development and Educational Assessment C. International Debate Education Association D. Institutional Diagnostic and Evaluation Activity
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Intro to Astronomy diagnostic Will compare this to what you entered in August
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Final exam Monday December 12, 2011 Online Mastering Astronomy 5:30 to 7:30 PM
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The final four The Milky Way Galaxy Galaxies and Dark Matter Cosmology Life in the Universe
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The milky way galaxy What is the size and shape? Number of stars Bulge, disk and halo Orbital motion How do we know the distances? What is the mass? How did it form? What is in the center? Where are we?
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How big is the milky way galaxy? A. 10 kpc or 33 light years B. 30 kpc or 100 light years C. 100 kpc or 330 light years D. 300 kpc or 1000 light years E. 1000 kpc or 3300 light years
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How many stars are in the milky way? A. 100 million B. 1 billion C. 10 billion D. 100 billion E. Infinite
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Three parts of a galaxy A. Emission, secretion, legislation B. Photosphere, hemisphere, troposphere C. Bulge, halo, disk D. Hood, fender, trunk E. Core, disk, edge
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