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One parsec is equivalent in distance to how many light-years?

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 One parsec is equivalent in distance to how many light-years? One parsec is equivalent in distance to how many light-years?  a. 3.26  b. 1.61  c. 1.00  d. 4.35[Ques. 2] The transitions of an electron in the hydrogen atom to the n = 3 level result in the  a. Lyman series.  b. Balmer series.  c. Paschen series.  d. Bohr series.[Ques. 3] An LC circuit is to have resonant oscillations at 5.0 MHz. Find the value of a capacitor which will work with a 1.0-mH inductor.  a. 2.0 mF  b. 1.0 F  c. 0.020 F  d. 1.0 pF  e. 40 pF[Ques. 4] Celestial longitude is called  a. declination.  b. the parsec value.  c. the zenith angle.  d. right ascension.[Ques. 5] The transitions of an electron in the hydrogen atom to the n = 2 level result in the  a. Lyman series.  b. Balmer series.  c. Paschen series.  d. Bohr series.[Ques. 6] A 0.500-H inductor is connected into a 110 V-rms 60.0-Hz voltage source, with an ammeter in series. What is the rms value of the current through the inductor?  a. 0.189 A (rms)  b. 0.292 A (rms)  c. 0.584 A (rms)  d. 1.19 A (rms)  e. 0.093 A (rms)[Ques. 7] Celestial latitude is called  a. declination.  b. right ascension.  c. the parsec value.  d. the zenith angle.[Ques. 8] The transitions of an electron in the hydrogen atom to the n = 1 level result in the  a. Lyman series.  b. Balmer series.  c. Paschen series.  d. Bohr series.[Ques. 9] A 10.0-F capacitor is plugged into a 110 V-rms 60.0-Hz voltage source, with an ammeter in series. What is the rms value of the current through the capacitor?  a. 0.202 A (rms)  b. 0.415 A (rms)  c. 0.626 A (rms)  d. 0.838 A (rms)  e. 0.066 A (rms)[Ques. 10] The apparent path that the Sun traces annually along the celestial sphere is called the  a. ecliptic.  b. heliosphere.  c. solstice circle.  d. celestial prime meridian. Read 72 times 3 Replies
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