# Physics Space Topic end of unit test pre - assessment test

## Quiz by matt

Key Stage 4
Physics
English National Curriculum

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16 questions
• Q1
In the life cycle of a large star, there are the following stages 1= n, 2=ps, 3=ms, 4=srg, 5, sn, 6 bh or ns. What is stage 1?
nebula
30s
• Q2
In the life cycle of a large star, there are the following stages 1= n, 2=ps, 3=ms, 4=srg, 5, sn, 6 bh or ns. What is stage 2?
protostar
30s
• Q3
In the life cycle of a large star, there are the following stages 1= n, 2=ps, 3=ms, 4=srg, 5, sn, 6 bh or ns. What is stage 3?
main sequence star
30s
• Q4
In the life cycle of a large star, there are the following stages 1= n, 2=ps, 3=ms, 4=srg, 5, sn, 6 bh or ns. What is stage 4?
super red giant
30s
• Q5
In the life cycle of a large star, there are the following stages 1= n, 2=ps, 3=ms, 4=srg, 5, sn, 6 bh or ns. What is stage 5?
supernova
30s
• Q6
In the life cycle of a large star, there are the following stages 1= n, 2=ps, 3=ms, 4=srg, 5, sn, 6 bh or ns. What is stage 6?
black hole or neutron star
30s
• Q7
What is the relationship between the distance of an orbiting body and the velocity of the object?
as distance increases the velocity decreases
30s
• Q8
If a planet is orbiting a star - is it accelerating if the velocity is a constant 2000m/s?
Yes
30s
• Q9
In the fusion reactions in large stars are the heavier elements like carbon, oxygen made?
yes
30s
• Q10
What element does the fusion reaction in a large start stop?
30s
• Q11
1 parsec ( one parallel of one arc second) is 3.086 10(19) Km. How many Km is 4.3 parsecs?
1.32 x 10 (20) Km
30s
• Q12
1 parsec ( one parallel of one arc second) is 3.086 10(19) Km. How many m is 4.3 parsecs?
1.32 x10(23) m
30s
• Q13
What does the Hubble constant tell us?
helps our understanding of the universe
30s
• Q14
The equation speed = Hubble constant x time = s=H x d - rearrange for d?
d = s/h
30s
• Q15
Redshift is the elongation of waves and shows the object emitting the waves is moving away from us. Is this true of false
true
30s

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