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According to the inverse square law of light, how will the apparent brightness of an object change if its distance to us triples?
Its apparent brightness will decrease by a factor of 9.
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Assuming that we can measure the apparent brightness of a star, what does the inverse square law for light allow us to do?
Calculate the star’s luminosity if we know its distance, or calculate its distance if we know its luminosity.
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What assumptions are made with the inverse square law?
In using the inverse square law here, you assume that the radiation from the star spreads out evenly in all directions and no radiation is absorbed in space.
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Understand the inverse square law for attenuation. Be able to solve a problem such as (228): If the signal strength at 10 meters is 40 milliwatts (mW), what will the strength be at 20 meters? (answer: 10 mW)
(1/r^2) — for simple problems S2 = S1(r1/r2)^2 — for problem given Note: r is the meters for the first and second signal
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inverse square law of radiation
a mathmatical way of saying that the intensity of radiation is inversely proportional to the square of the distance from the source
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The magnetic field about a straight length of current-carrying wire is _______. a) similar to the shape of an electric field about a charged wire b) in accord with the inverse square law c) aligned from north to south poles in the wire d) circular in shape
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