Astronomy 3010: Introduction to Modern Astrophysics
HOMEWORK #3
(Out
of 19)
1. Given that the Earths orbit has an eccentricity of e = 0.0167, by how much does the angular size
of the sun change during a year? Similarly, given that the eccentricity of the

Astronomy 3010: Introduction to Modern Astrophysics;
HOMEWORK #5
(out of 26)
1. What is the combined apparent magnitude of a binary system consisting of two stars of
apparent magnitudes 3.0 and 4.0? [total points = 6]
First we need to calculate the combin

Astronomy 3010: Introduction to Modern Astrophysics
HOMEWORK #4:
(out of 42)
1. The Earth, Venus and Mars all have carbon dioxide in their atmospheres. Find the ratio of the root
mean square speed to escape velocity for each. Make a statement about the re

Astronomy 3010: Introduction to Modern Astrophysics
HOMEWORK #3
(Out
of 19)
1. Given that the Earths orbit has an eccentricity of e = 0.0167, by how much does the angular size
of the sun change during a year? Similarly, given that the eccentricity of the

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Utopian Lesson Plan
Teacher Name: Terri Egan
Grade Level: 11
Material Needed: Utopia
Unit Context: Transcendental
Sheet, Digital recording and
Period American Literature (This follows
playback capability, Class
Journals
a debate unit and the study of Emer

Large Group Icebreakers
Beach Ball Toss
Blow up your beach ball. Make a list of questions youd like your participants to answer,
and write a question or two on each stripe of the ball.
Sample questions:
What is the funniest movie youve ever seen?
If you w

Astronomy 3010: Introduction to Modern Astrophysics
HOMEWORK #3
(Out
of 19)
1. Given that the Earths orbit has an eccentricity of e = 0.0167, by how much does the angular size
of the sun change during a year? Similarly, given that the eccentricity of the

Astronomy 3010: Introduction to Modern Astrophysics
HOMEWORK #2 (Out of 33)
1. Suppose you have been granted access to a large telescope during the last week in September.
One of the two objects you want to observe is in the constellation Virgo; the other

Astronomy 3010: Introduction to Modern Astrophysics
HOMEWORK #4:
(out of 42)
1. The Earth, Venus and Mars all have carbon dioxide in their atmospheres. Find the ratio of the root
mean square speed to escape velocity for each. Make a statement about the re

MAE 2600 (FS2016)
Homework #20 (Section 16B-1)
Name:_
Due: Friday, 10/24/16
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H20-1. The wheel is rotating with an angular velocity w = 1.7 rad/s. Determine the angular
velocities of link AB and the velocity of the collar A at the instant shown, us