EAS1601_Sample_Final_Exam_B

EAS1601_Sample_Final_Exam_B - EAS 1601 How to Build a...

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Unformatted text preview: EAS 1601 How to Build a Habitable Planet Sample Final Exam A This sample Exam is intended as a study guide to help prepare EAS 1601 students for the final exam. The actual final exam may be in a different format and ask entirely different questions, however all the material on the exam will have been covered in the lectures. There is no answer key for this sample Exam! Name ________________________________ Lab Section______________ 2 1. You may use the data in the accompanying table to solve these problems. [20Points] Mars Venus Mass (Kg) 6.4 x 10 23 4.9 x 10 24 Radius (m) 3.4 x 10 6 6.05 x 10 6 Density (g cm-3 ) 3.94 5.24 Atmos Mass (g) 3.2 x 10 19 4.8 x 10 23 Atmos M avg (g mole-1 ) 43.45 43.45 Orbital Radius from the sun (m) 2.29 x 10 11 1.08 x 10 11 Albedo 16% 76% a. What is the escape velocity on Mars? b. What is the effective Temperature on Mars? c. What is the orbital period of Mars? Name ________________________________ Lab Section______________ 3 d. Based upon the molecular weights, what conclusions can we draw about the makeup of the Martian and...
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EAS1601_Sample_Final_Exam_B - EAS 1601 How to Build a...

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