Physics 2 - OCR Gateway B Core Science

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1. The Moon is believed to be the result of a collision between two planets, what was the result?

  • The debris collected around the Earth to make it bigger but some of it was too far out so seperatley formed the Moon.
  • The debris collecting to form the moon and the iron cores of the two planets joining to form the Earth's core.
  • The iron cores of the two planets gave both the Earth and the Moon iron cores.
  • The iron cores from the planets made the moon and the rocks formed the Earth.
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2. A medium sized star such as the Sun can create...

  • a black hole.
  • nuclear fusion.
  • comets.
  • nuclear fission.

3. The speed of a comet...

  • only changes when it burns out.
  • decreases as it approaches the Sun.
  • increases as it approaches the Sun.
  • never changes.

4. The orbit of a comet is...

  • dependent on it's size.
  • circular.
  • elliptical.
  • random.

5. A black hole is...

  • a random occurrence.
  • a place where a large star used to be.
  • an anomaly within space.
  • a common occurrence.


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