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8.What elements are most common in the human body?A) helium and ironB) carbon, nitrogen, and boronC) hydrogen and heliumD) silicon and goldE) hydrogen, oxygen, and carbonCorrect Answer(s):EPoints Earned:2.0/2.0
9.What do we mean when we say the universe becomes transparent at 400,000 years after the Big Bang?Points Earned:2.0/2.0
10.Which constellation is this?
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11.Which of the following areas have the most massive black holes (those with the highest masses)?Points Earned:2.0/2.0
12.Which of the following makes a meson?A) a charm quark and a strange quarkB) two down quarks and an anti-up quarkC) a photon and a gravitonD) three up quarksE) an up quark and an anti-down quarkCorrect Answer(s):EPoints Earned:2.0/2.0
13.How many galaxies are there in the observable universe?Points Earned:2.0/2.0
14.Which of the following is TRUE?
several times the speed of light.C) A redshift occurs when a photon loses energy and slows down as it moves through space.D) We measure a redshift for roughly half of the galaxies that we observe, and for the others we measure a blueshift.E) The center of the universe is located at a point about 200 Mpc from us in the center of a cluster of galaxies.Points Earned:2.0/2.0

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Spring
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MILLER,DAVIDEMAN
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Astronomical, Galaxies, Correct Answer
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