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4. In a traffic accident on the Moon, a vehicle traveling at 65 miles per hour would haveA. more inertia than the same car on Earth.B. less inertia than the same car on Earth.C. the same inertia it would have on Earth.
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D. no inertia, since there is no air on the Moon.Ans: C5. According to the theory of general relativity, space is curved most
6. Which of the following part(s) of the electromagnetic spectrum penetrate the atmosphere well?
7. Which of the following is produced by a very hot solid seen through a cool gas?
8. Suppose that a certain spectral line has a wavelength of 500 nm. When seen in a distant galaxy, the line isobserved to have a wavelength of 525 nm. What is the radial speed of the galaxy?A. 0.05 c toward EarthB. 0.05 c away from EarthC. 0.25 c toward EarthD. 0.25 c away from Earth
E. [The answer cannot be determined from the information given.]Ans: B9. The Bohr model of the atom predicts that light is emitted when an electron
10. Sound travels at about 335 meters/second in air. What is the wavelength of a sound that has a frequency of 1,000cycles/second?

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Professor
Andrew D. Vanden Heuvel
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Astronomy, 0 335 meter, 2 990 meters
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