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25.The few individual stars that are seen in the Hubble Deep Field imageA.are actually distant quasars.B.are located in galaxies near the edge of the observable universe.C.are the main targets for our observations of that region of the sky.D.are stars in our own Milky Way galaxy.E.are in the nearby Andromeda galaxy.Correct Answer:DYour Response:DPoints Earned:1/1
26.Which is the smallest?
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E.The Solar System.Points Earned:1/1
27.Which statement about spiral galaxies is FALSE?Points Earned:1/1
28.If a galaxy is moving away from us the wavelength of the lightit emits will bePoints Earned:1/1
29.Which one of the following is TRUE?A.Irregular galaxies rarely have star
formation taking place in them.B.Most galaxies appear to be approaching the Milky Way Galaxy.C.Most elliptical galaxies contain only young stars.D.Smaller galaxies called dwarf galaxies tend to be found around larger galaxilike the Milky Way.E.Galaxy collisions destroy most of the stars in the galaxies involved.Points Earned:1/1Correct Answer:DYour Response:D
30.How many types of fundamental particles are there in the Universe and how manydominate on Earth?Points Earned:1/1
31.About how many dots are seen in the Hubble Deep Field image, just within thatimage? What are the dots seen in the Hubble Deep Field?Points Earned:1/1
Your Response:A32.An up quark has charge +2/3, a down quark has charge -1/3, and a strange quarkhas charge -1/3. The Delta-particle is formed by a combination of three downquarks. What is its charge?Points Earned:1/1

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