Astronomy-HELP PLEASE!!!!!

posted by .

STILL HAVE NOT GOTTEN AN ANSWER FOR THIS!!

If the Hubble parameter is found to be smaller than we think it is, how would this change the measured age of the universe? justify your answer

Respond to this Question

First Name
School Subject
Your Answer

Similar Questions

  1. Statisitcs

    I have given you the information from 2-4 in hopes to help with the answer for #6.. Thank you! 2. Calculate the mean and standard deviation of the probability distribution created by rolling a die. Either show work or explain how your …
  2. Statistics

    I have provided information from #3-5 in order to answer #6.. 3. Give the mean for the mean column of the Worksheet. Is this estimate centered about the parameter of interest (the parameter of interest is the answer for the mean in …
  3. ASTRONOMY-HELP PLEASE!!!!!

    Using Hubble's law, determine the recessional velocity of a galaxy 700 Mly away. Use 22 km/s/Mly for the Hubble's parameter. Show your work for full credit
  4. ASTRONOMY

    If the Hubble parameter is found to be smaller than we think it is, how would this change the measured age of the universe?
  5. Astronomy-HELP PLEASE!!!!!

    Some quasars (quasi-stellar radio source) have the largest red shifts ever observed. If this phenomenon is due to cosmic expansion, what can you say about their distance?
  6. Science

    The galaxies in the universe are all flying away from each other. The speeds of nearby galaxies are proportional to the distance the galaxy is away from us. This relation, v=Hd is known as Hubble's law and the constant H is known as …
  7. physics

    The galaxies in the universe are all flying away from each other. The speeds of nearby galaxies are proportional to the distance the galaxy is away from us. This relation, v=Hd is known as Hubble's law and the constant H is known as …
  8. Physics help

    The galaxies in the universe are all flying away from each other. The speeds of nearby galaxies are proportional to the distance the galaxy is away from us. This relation, v=Hd is known as Hubble's law and the constant H is known as …
  9. Statistics

    We conducted a hypothesis test for a population parameter at alpha = 0.01 and we failed to rejected Ho. If we decided to use alpha = 0.05, how would our conclusion change?
  10. astronomy

    Even though I do not believe the Big Bang is what created the universe(although what people clam the bing bang was would have been similar to what happened when God said "Let there be light" I still have astronomy hw. haha. I am having …

More Similar Questions