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Question 12 out of 2 pointsSuppose that the Sun shrank in size but that its mass remained the same. What would happen to theorbit of the Earth?Question 22 out of 2 pointsWhen space probe Voyager 2 passed by Saturn, its speed increased (but not due to firing its engines).What must have happened?Question 32 out of 2 pointsA net force acting on an object will always cause a change in the object's _________.Question 42 out of 2 pointsWhich of the following scenarios involves energy that we would typically calculate with Einstein'sformula E=mc2?Question 52 out of 2 pointsWhich of the following best explains why the Moon's orbital period and rotation period are the same?Question 6
2 out of 2 pointsWhich of the following best describes the origin of ocean tides on Earth?Question 72 out of 2 pointsImagine another solar system, with a star of the same mass as the Sun. Suppose a planet with a masstwice that of Earth (2MEarth) orbits at a distance of 1 AU from the star. What is the orbital period of thisplanet?Question 82 out of 2 pointsWhy are astronauts weightless in the Space Station?Question 92 out of 2 pointsThe planets never travel in a straight line as they orbit the Sun. According to Newton's second law ofmotion, this must mean that _________.Question 102 out of 2 pointsWhich of the following represents a case in which you are not accelerating?CH 5QUESTION 11.Which of the following statements about X rays and radio waves is nottrue?
2 pointsQUESTION 21.The planet Neptune is blue in color. How would you expect thespectrum of visible light from Neptune to be different from the visible-lightspectrum of the Sun?
The two spectra would have similar shapes, except Neptune's spectrumwould be missing a big chunk of the red light that is present in the Sun'sspectrum.2 points

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