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13. A scientists tries to determine why a particular car is getting a much lower gas mileagethan claimed by the manufacturer by systematically designing experiments to testpossible causes for the problem. This is an example ofA)discovery scienceB)pseudoscienceC)non-scienceD)hypothesis-driven science
14. In the scientific method, what immediately follows a prediction
15. The portrayal of nearly all aliens in movies and on TV as being humanoid is
16. When electromagnetic radiation is created it is said to be
17. According to Kepler's 2nd Law of planetary motion, a planet moves fastest in its orbitwhen it isA)in between perihelion and aphelionB)at perihelionC)undergoing retrograde motionD)at aphelion
18. Which planet lies between the planets Saturn and Neptune?
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19. The distance between adjacent peaks of an electromagnetic wave is referred to as its
20. Apparent retrograde motion occurs when a planet appears to
21. An isotope ofthe element Manganese (Mn) has an atomic number of 25 and a massnumber of 55. Assuming the atom is neutral, this means it hasA)25 protons, 30 electrons and 25 neutrons.B)25 protons, 25 electrons and 30 neutrons.C)25 protons, 25 electrons and 55 neutrons.D)55 protons, 55 electrons and 25 neutrons.
22. Which of the following are found in the nucleus of an atoms?
23. The Hubble distance-velocity relationship states that
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Astronomy, Solar System, Planet, average distance
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