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anonymous

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Suppose two stars are located in region A of the H-R diagram shown in the figure below. Star X appears much dimmer than Star Y as seen from Earth. Which star can be inferred to be nearer to Earth, and how do you know?

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    The closer the star is to the earth the bright it should be the further away it will be dimmer. I learned this when I was in the 9th grade as well as the 8th.

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