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In astronomy the term red shift denotes the extent to which

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29. In astronomy the term “red shift” denotes the extent to which light from a distant galaxy has been shifted toward the red, or long-wave, end of the light spectrum by the rapid motion of the galaxy away from the Earth.
(A) to which light from a distant galaxy has been shifted
(B) to which light from a distant galaxy has shifted
(C) that light from a distant galaxy has been shifted
(D) of light from a distant galaxy shifting
(E) of the shift of light from a distant galaxy
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Re: SC red shift [#permalink] New post 15 Jul 2007, 22:55
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29. In astronomy the term “red shift” denotes the extent to which light from a distant galaxy has been shifted toward the red, or long-wave, end of the light spectrum by the rapid motion of the galaxy away from the Earth.
(A) to which light from a distant galaxy has been shifted
(B) to which light from a distant galaxy has shifted
(C) that light from a distant galaxy has been shifted
(D) of light from a distant galaxy shifting
(E) of the shift of light from a distant galaxy


Please underline the question. It's not that hard!
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 [#permalink] New post 15 Jul 2007, 23:39
I can understand new people failing to comply with the rules...you guys have been around for a while..please underline the questions..

Also, before posting these questions I would suggest do a search on the forum. You'll definitely find the answer. Only if you have a specific doubt that has not been addressed elsewhere should you post the questions..

You might ask - "what's the big deal?" - and to which I will answer - "the deal is that it shows how much you care and respect other people's times"

I don't mean to be rude at all .. so I urge everyone to consider my request in the right spirit.


The answer to this one is A.

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