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Absolute magnitude is defined as the apparent magnitude that a star would have if observed at a distance of 33 light-years. Consider a star at a distance of 350 light-years that has an apparent magnitude of +5. What would its absolute magnitude be?



It would be less than +5.



It would be exactly +5.



It would be greater than +5.



More information on the star's luminosity would be required to answer this question.

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