Radiation/Analysis/Quiz

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Radiation analysis is a lecture regarding an approach to radiation detected coming from astronomical locations. It is a lecture from the radiation astronomy department.

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Quiz[edit]







  

1

Yes or No, The mechanism triggering the different temporal behavior observed between the classical SGXBs and the recently discovered supergiant fast X-ray transients (SFXT)s is still debated.

Yes
No

2

Yes or No, Analysis is the process of dividing a phenomenon into parts that appear to be separate.

Yes
No

3

Complete the text:

Choose the order for conducting an astronomical radiation analysis:
A
B
C
D
E
F
comparisons

.
an aim or objective

.
drawing some conclusions

.
picking an interesting phenomenon

.
choosing what seems to work best

a method

.

4

Yes or No, Previous analysis should have its findings verified statistically by comparing model-generated calculations with numerical observations.

Yes
No

5

True or False, When conducting an analysis, conclusions should be made before the phenomenon is dissected.

TRUE
FALSE

6

Yes or No, Analytical X-ray astronomy is applied to an astronomy puzzle in an attempt to provide an acceptable solution.

Yes
No

7

Which of the following may be components of an analysis?

an aim or objective
the Sun
water
a method
comparisons
drawing some conclusions
choosing what seems to work best

8

Yes or No, An analysis allows the investigator to determine which parts are already understood by previous observations and applicable models.

Yes
No

9

True or False, An analysis is putting something back together after taking it apart.

TRUE
FALSE

10

Yes or No, Nomology is the science of physical and logical laws.

Yes
No


Hypotheses[edit]

  1. Analysis is often used to look at astronomical phenomena but not allowed as yet by physicists regarding superluminal radiation.

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