Astronomy 110 Test 2 Review Castle Chapters 6, 7, and possibly 8
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Astro 110
Test Review # 1
General, All Tests
Using your textbook and Handouts
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X 7 cfw_3 Convective Zone
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X _ cfw_2 RadiativeZone
X _ cfw_5 Chromosphere
X _ cfw_1 Core
Match the parts of the Sun and the propertie
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d) Every
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Which law would be the best to use for a case where you are analyzing the motion two cars in a car crash?
Q a) Conservation of Linear Momentum
b) Newtons rst law
c Kepler's Third Law
d) Conservation ofAngular Momentum
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Answer:
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