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Problem 6QQ

Problem 6QQ

Choose the best answer to each of the following. Explain your reasoning with one or more complete sentence.

Which kind of star is most likely to be part of the spheroidal population? (a) an O star (b) an A star (c) an M star

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Step 1 of 2

Spheroidal population consists of halo and bulge type stars. Such stars are old and have low surface temperature. M type stars are also have such characteristics.

Step 2 of 2

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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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