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Scin 134 Final Exam

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SCIN 134 Final Exam  


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Question 1 of 36
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A star that is spectral class A is hotter than a star of spectral class O.
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False


Question 2 of 36
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It can take hundreds of billions of years for a red dwarf to convert all of its hydrogen completely to helium.
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False


Question 3 of 36
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Red stars are relatively "cold", with low surface temperatures.
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False


Question 4 of 36
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A white dwarf is approximately the same size as the Earth.
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False


Question 5 of 36
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Fusion only occurs on the surface of the Sun.
True
False


Question 6 of 36
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In the conversion from hydrogen to helium, four protons are converted to one helium nucleus.
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False



Question 7 of 36
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Occam's razor is the idea that the most simple and most straightforward explanation of observations in nature is most likely to be the correct one.
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False


Question 8 of 36
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Sunspots are dark because they are hotter than the surrounding material on the Sun.
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False


Question 9 of 36
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All of the terrestrial planets have plate tectonics with converging and spreading plates similar to Earth's.
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False


Question 10 of 36
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Red stars are hot and blue stars are cold.
True
False


Question 11 of 36
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The Galaxy rotates like a solid disk, like a CD or DVD.
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False


Question 12 of 36
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Evidence suggests that planetary formation around stars like the Sun are very uncommon.
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False


Question 13 of 36
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Gravitational lensing involves using a special type of lens in a telescope to view gravitational waves.
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False


Question 14 of 36
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Two prominent research groups came to the same surprising conclusion after taking measurements of the luminosity of Type Ia supernovae at great...

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