Introduction to Astronomy The Solar System
Introduction to Astronomy The Solar System ASTR 101
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Date Created: 10/25/15
SUMMARY FOR OCTOBER 20 CLASS Topics Covered l Handed back Second midterm exam 2 Hydrostatic Pressure Equilibrium in Stars Summary for Each Topic 1 The second midterm exams were handed back and were discussed in class 2 Discussed how at each point inside a star there is a perfect balance between the inward pull of gravity and a net outward pressure force This outward pressure is due to the fact that the pressure systematically increases inwards in the star due to an inwards increase in both temperature and density
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