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Section No  Last Name.. First  Name
yy.mm.dd.  email name . domain     
                 (JohnSmith@earthlink)      (net, com, etc - No Periods)
   
1. What force in the universe is the strongest or the most powerful?

  strong nuclear
 
electromagnetic 
 
weak nuclear 
  gravitational   
      
      

2. What is the Andromeda Galaxy distance from the sun?  
  1.2 million light years.
2.5 million light years.
2.9 million light years.
3.2 million light years.
 
 
3. What gases are needed to produce the new stars?
carbon
oxygen
hydrogen  
nitrogen
All of the above.  
None of the above.   
 
4. How hot must a star get before it becomes a star?
5 million degree Fahrenheit
10 million degree Fahrenheit
20 million degree Fahrenheit
None of the above.   
All of the above.  


 
5. How long does it take for moon light to reach the earth surface?
1.0 second    
1.3 second  
1.5 second
2.0 second
 
6. Why does a solar eclipse move from west to east, while the sun moves from east to west?
the moon orbits the earth from west to east.
the moon orbits the earth from east to west.  
the moon orbits the earth from north to south.
All of the above.   
None of the above. 
 
 
7. What are the difference between jet air plane and rockets?
rockets carries its own supply of oxygen combustion.
jet air carries its own supply of oxygen combustion 
a jet engine requires oxygen from the atmosphere for combustion
rocket engine requires oxygen from the atmosphere for combustion
none of the above   
 
8. Do the same forces act on the ball that act on the ball that act on the person shooting?
yes, but in the same direction 
yes, but in the opposite direction  
no, different forces act
none of the above
  
 
9.

Could a circular space station simulate the earth's gravity at a certain velocity?
yes, it does 
      
no, it does not
 

 
10. If a planet was at a distance of 3.6 parsecs, how many light years a way is this planet? if 1 parsec = 3.26
12.46 light years.
13.36 light years. 
11.47 light years. 
11.56 light years.  
none of the above.
 

 

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