KAPLAN SC200 UNIT 2 QUIZ LATEST 2015 NOVEMBER

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Question 1. Question : Which of the following affects the life of a star? gravitational force mass temperature fusion processes all of these are correct Points Received: 1 of 1 Question 2. Question : If you were to observe a pulsar, what would you see? a blinking red glow intermittent radio waves a steady glow that oscillates among the stars the sudden brightening of a star the total eclipse of the Sun Points Received: 1 of 1 Question 3. Question : Mendeleev's periodic table was organized according to rules of scientific method. Which statement below follows those rules? The periodic table made predictions that could be tested. Only scientists could understand the periodic table. Information that refuted Mendeleev's hypothesis was ignored. Mendeleev's listed the elements alphabetically. The periodic table has not changed in 100 years. Points Received: 1 of 1 Question 4. Question : The difference in appearance of a star from other stars is a function of the sta

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KAPLAN SC200 UNIT 2 QUIZ LATEST 2015 NOVEMBERQuestion 1. Question :Which of the following affects the life of a star?gravitational forcemasstemperaturefusion processesall of these are correctPoints Received: 1 of 1Question 2. Question :If you were to observe a pulsar, what would you see?a blinking red glowintermittent radio wavesa steady glow that oscillates among the starsthe sudden brightening of a starthe total eclipse of the SunPoints Received: 1 of 1Question 3. Question :Mendeleev's periodic table was organized according to rules of scientific method. Whichstatement below follows those rules?The periodic table made predictions that could be tested.Only scientists could understand the periodic table.Information that refuted Mendeleev's hypothesis was ignored.Mendeleev's listed the elements alphabetically.The periodic table has not changed in 100 years.Points Received: 1 of 1Question 4. Question :The difference in appearance of a star from other stars is a function ofthe star's gravitational force on the Earth.how far away the star is from other stars.the total energy emitted by the star.the composition of the core of the star.the star's absolute

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