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Choose the best answer of the following; answers | Ch 2 - 7QQ

The Cosmic Perspective Fundamentals | 2nd Edition | ISBN: 9780133889567 | Authors: Jeffrey O. Bennett; Megan O. Donahue; Nicholas Schneider; Mark Voit ISBN: 9780133889567 46

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Problem 7QQ

Problem 7QQ

Choose the best answer of the following; answers are in Appendix D. Explain your reasoning with one or more complete sentence.

One week after full moon, the Moon’s phase is (a) first quarter. (b) third quarter. (c) new.

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The appearance of the moon changes daily due to its revolution around the Earth and the amount of sunlight falls on it. Consider we are seeing a new moon in the beginning of the month. It moves eastward and the total time taken to complete one cycle around the Earth is approximately 29.53 (30) days.

 

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Textbook: The Cosmic Perspective Fundamentals
Edition: 2
Author: Jeffrey O. Bennett; Megan O. Donahue; Nicholas Schneider; Mark Voit
ISBN: 9780133889567

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