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The sun is 10 times bigger than jupiter:thanks--Guy vandegrift (talk) 19:37, 1 February 2018 (UTC)


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\\question The pyramids of Giza were built after what constellation
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\\choice Casseopia
\\choice Leo
\\choice Aries
\\CorrectChoice Orion
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choice Scoripous
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\\question The pyramids of Giza were built after what constellation

\\begin{choices} \\choice Casseopia \\choice Leo \\choice Aries \\CorrectChoice Orion \\ choice Scoripous \end{choices}

\\question xx \\begin{choices} \\choice True \\choice False \end{choices}

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\\question Of the two sides of the moon, one side always face the Earth while the other side always faces away from the Earth \\begin{choices} \\CorrectChoice True \\choice False \end{choices}

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</source>\\question From Chapter 12 - Young stars when born put out what \\begin{choices} \\choice Electrons \\choice Neutrons \\choice Powerful Solar Wind \\CorrectChoice All of the above \\choice None of the Above \end{choices}

\\question xx \\begin{choices} \\choice True \\choice False \end{choices}

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</source>\\question From Chapter 21 What does the stand for in"EGG" \\begin{choices} \\choice Egg \\choice Environment \\choice Endscape \\CorrectChoice Evaporating \\choice None of the Above \end{choices}

\\question xx \\begin{choices} \\choice True \\choice False \end{choices}

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</source>\\question From Chapter 22 - As stars evolve, they become what? \\begin{choices} \\choice More Blue \\choice More White \\choice More Yellow \\CorrectChoice More Red \\choice More Orange \end{choices}

\\question xx \\begin{choices} \\choice True \\choice False \end{choices}

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</source>\\question From Chapter 22 - What element is the fuel for a main sequence star \\begin{choices} \\choice Oxygen \\choice Helium \\choice Argon \\CorrectChoice Hydrogen \\choice None of the above \end{choices}

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</source>\\question From Chapter 22 - What is the element that is left over in a star when the hydrogen is gone \\begin{choices} \\choice Oxygen \\choice Argon \\choice Hydrogen \\CorrectChoice Helium \\choice None of the above \end{choices}

\\question xx \\begin{choices} \\choice True \\choice False \end{choices}

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</source>\\question From Chapter 22 - When stars die, the core get hot and the outer layer does what \\begin{choices} \\choice collapses inward \\choice gets hot as well \\choice gets brighter \\CorrectChoice pushes outward \\choice none of the above \end{choices}

\\question xx \\begin{choices} \\choice True \\choice False \end{choices}

</source>e </source>\\question From Chapter 23 - If you have a supergiant star at the end of its life, what element is at the core \\begin{choices} \\choice hydrogen \\choice helium \\choice neon \\CorrectChoice iron \\choice oxygen \end{choices}

\\question xx \\begin{choices} \\choice True \\choice False \end{choices}

</source> </source>\\question From chapter 23 - How fast was the first white dwarf star found to be rotating at \\begin{choices} \\choice once ever three seconds \\choice once every 3 minutes \\choice once every minute \\CorrectChoice once every 1.3333.. seconds \\choice none of the above \end{choices}

\\question xx \\begin{choices} \\choice True \\choice False \end{choices}

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\\question From Chapter 24 - What is more destructive than a supernova \\begin{choices} \\choice Neutron Star \\choice Red Giant Star \\choice White Dwarf Star \\CorrectChoice Black Hole \\choice None of the above \end{choices}

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