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I can't find the button to attach a file so to find the picture, please type in the same question I'm asking into google and the first openstudy link will lead you to the same question being asked(with the picture).
The attach file is right next to draw and behind the post button
oh, there are no buttons other than the post button from what I can see
I've been stuck on this question since last night, it's killing me :(
Lol ok im here to help lol is this your picture http://assets.openstudy.com/updates/attachments/538dfa9ce4b09550177c5e93-jolove-1401813694314-369613426201115628pm1121724832.png
Awesome ok give me a second and ill answer this for u
No prob! Thank you so much :')
The closer the star is to the earth the bright it should be the further away it will be dimmer.
Ok now thats for the how you no part and im going to do the other part
The star that can be inferred to be nearer to Earth is Y star. Do you know why?
Because star Y's absolute brightness is much greater?
Thats good but your close: The closer the star is to the earth the bright it should be the further away it will be dimmer. So the
Y is close so the closer the brighter
like a flashlight the far it shines the less bright it is, but up close its really britght
That's it right? Haha ok, thank you! :)
yup and your welcome ^-^
:) Have a nice day
you too let me know if u need help again. ok ?