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Which electromagnetic radiation do humans use the most?

Which electromagnetic radiation do humans use the most?
A. gamma rays

B. X-rays

C. ultraviolet radiation

D. visible light

E. infrared radiation

F. microwaves

G. radio waves

On a graph like this, the specific wavelength being emitted with the most intensity is

d. in the red region of the wavelength axis.
c. measured by the area under the curve.
b. where the line crosses the vertical axis.
a. the highest point on the curve.
3. The stars with the greatest energy output

d. have the greatest densities.
c. are closest to Earth.
b. have the highest intensity.
a. have more intense visible colors.
4. The hottest stars have a blackbody curve with an intensity that

d. peaks in the blue-green region.
c. is nearly identical to cooler stars.
b. peaks at shortest wavelengths.
a. peaks at longest wavelengths.
5. Compared to much cooler stars, the shape of the curve for the hottest stars would be

d. about the same shape and size for all stars.
c. more evenly distributed around the visible region.
b. similar, but much shorter.
a. similar, but much taller.
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(1) Which electromagnetic radiation do humans use the most?
A. gamma rays
B. X-rays
C. ultraviolet radiation
D. visible light
E. infrared radiation
F. microwaves
G. radio waves (2) On a graph like...

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