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Instructions: You will be using Table 1 and Table 2 to plot the 20 nearest and 2

Instructions: You will be using Table 1 and Table 2 to plot the 20 nearest and 20 brightest stars on the attached HR diagram.  The following tips will be helpful when graphing stars; Temperature is on the horizontal axis, absolute magnitude is on the vertical axis, Absolute magnitude decreases as the values become more positive, Notice the graph lines used to plot temperature are unevenly spaced and that the number of Kelvins between each line is not constant.  Carefully check…

Note: Throughout this work use g = -10 m/s for the gravitational acceleration of

Note: Throughout this work use g = -10 m/s for the gravitational acceleration of the earth. Ignore air resistance or friction between surfaces. I apologize for a typo in the homework.At the beginning, you read "use g = -10 m/s for the gravitational acceleration of the earth." The unit has to be m/s^2 (meter per sec squared) 1. Briefly explain the following terms: (1) Newton’s three laws of motion (2) PotentialenergyandKineticenergy (3) Conservationofmomentum (4) Absolutetemperature (5) FirstandSecondlawofthermodynamics 2 2. Suppose…

Exploration Study and Information 1. Exercise: Constellation Observation Portion

Exploration Study and Information 1. Exercise: Constellation Observation Portion Materials Required Pencil Print out five (5) copies of the Constellation Observation form (Points will be lost if you do not use the forms provided) A Constellation map/chart (for the correct current season) options: you can use the Appendices in our eText; you can use the freeware, Stellarium program; a phone app; you could use the star map found in the center of a current issue of "Astronomy" or "Sky and…

Please label each answer with the appropriate number corresponding to the proble

Please label each answer with the appropriate number corresponding to the problem number below and press "return" after each answer to leave a blank line between values to make your thoughts more readable. Please read  "PHYS  Lab 2” .  You will use this document to provide the following recorded values and answer the questions. 1) Before you took any measurements, you made a prediction on which method would yield the most accurate results.  What was your prediction?  Explain your reasoning…

1) Using the data provided from the preliminary survey, what is the average, sta

1) Using the data provided from the preliminary survey, what is the average, standard deviation and standard error of the mean for the data set "class values for the 3 second estimate" ?  2) Using the data provided from the preliminary survey, what is the average, standard deviation and standard error of the mean for the data set "class values for the 1 minute value" ?  3) Using the data provided from the preliminary survey, what is the average, standard…

Please label each answer with the appropriate number corresponding to the proble

Please label each answer with the appropriate number corresponding to the problem number below and press “return” after each answer to leave a blank line between values to make your thoughts more readable. Using the document “PHYS 161 Lab 1” provide the following recorded values. 1) What is the recorded value for your “3 second estimate” ? 2) What is the recorded value for your “1 minute value”? 3) What is the recorded value for your “6 minute value” ?…

Note directions are denoted by letters and questions by numbers. For all answers

Note directions are denoted by letters and questions by numbers. For all answers use complete sentences. There should be no single word answers. Procedure A. Either open the Rutherford applet from the link in your Quantum Mechanics Lab manual or from this link Rutherford Scattering Simulation, you can chose to download or run. B. Choose the Plum Pudding Atom by double clicking on it. C. Before Rutherford's famous experiment, the popular model for the atom envision it like "Plum Pudding…

For this homework, carefully study Examples 3.4 and 3.5 from the textbook, found

For this homework, carefully study Examples 3.4 and 3.5 from the textbook, found in the section 3.4, Projectile Motion: https://openstax.org/books/college-physics/pages/3-4-projectile-motion Now work on them with different initial velocity: v0 = 100 m/s at an angle 45o above horizon.  Use g = -10.0 m/s as the gravitational acceleration instead of g = -9.8 m/s. Note: In other words, work on the following problems. [1] During a fireworks display, a shell is shot into the air with an initial speed of 100…