PHY180 Exam I Spring 2008
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Final Exam Review:
Phy 180 Fall 2005
The final will cover the first 2 exams and the information from the
remaining lectures. Included below are some example questions for the
material covered since the 2nd exam.
Please define the Universe, both visual
PHY180 Homework 4 Henrikson Due April 3, 2006. Stars and Stellar Evolution. 1. a. A new planet was just discovered orbiting around a star called 51 Pegasi, which has a parallax of 0.074". What is its distance in parsecs? Light years? Astronomical Uni
PHY180 Homework 5 Henrikson Due April 5, 2006. Stars and Stellar Evolution. 1. a. What do all stars on the main sequence have in common with each other?
What differences are there between stars at different places on the main sequence?
PHY180 Exam II ,f/[f- é
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Useful equations: Brightness=1/r2. 57:.
d = Km where K is 1 for parsec, 3.26 for light year, 206265 for AU
Please completely answer each of the following questions
1) Describe the life cycle of
PHY180 Exam II
Useful equations: Brightness = 1/r2. d = K/ where K is 1 for parsec, 3.26 for light year, 206265 for AU
Please completely answer each of the following questions 1) Describe the life cycle of a star like our sun. Please start
PHY180 Final Exam - Section 1 December 8, 2003. Answer the multiple choice questions by circling the number of the best answer.
NAME _ ID NUMBER _ ESSAY (20 points): Consider the following two statements: "The moon is a sphere lit by the sun." and "