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  2. 700 nm / 0.001 mm = 7 * 10^(-7) m / 1 * 10^(-6) m = 0.7 of a wavelength.

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  4. It is a constant of proportionality. Experiments found that the gravity field g ~ M/R^2, meaning it is proportional to the mass of the gravity field source (like our Earth) and inversely proportional to the square of the distance from the center of mass of the...

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  5. Light pressure during planetary formation preferentially drove lighter elements, like hydrogen, further from the sun, where they condensed into planets. So, Jupiter would naturally have more of the heavier helium in it. An alternate (or...

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  6. This is physics, but your questions on astronomy are all physics-related. Your answer choices...

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  7. Astronomy is based on math & physics so both will surely always be subjects within it.

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