(; Aced my test yesterday, mostly thanks to you!
Euh, but most of the questions were really simple, I hate it when teachers do that -.- because it means those who didn't even try will still get at least a B
Hi again, :)
I was looking through the topic outcomes (basically a list of what we should know for the upcoming test) and there's about three of them I don't really understand,
Consider interactions between various features of the universe and hypotheses on past and future developments in the universe.
Describe evidence used to support estimates of time in the universe.
Relate some major features of the universe to theories about the formation of the universe.
If you have time can you explain them to me?
(Thanks for doing this btw ;))
Thanks for explaining that, it's way more clear to me now (the text-book they gave us is NOT helpful - they don't go into detail at all) If I come across anything else I don't understand when I'm studying I'll ask you, yeh ;]?
Hey, I'm in year 9 and I've got a science test on astronomy coming up :l I don't really understand a few things, do you think you could help me?
Like for example what the hell is "red-shifted" and why have quasars provided evidence of a changing universe?
(;] layman terms please)