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When will a scientist observe redshift in the spectrum of a distant space object?

when the object is in the same frame of reference as the scientist

when the object is moving toward the scientist

when the object is moving away from the scientist

when the object is stationary

HELP PLEASE!!!

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  1. abcdefghijklmnopqrstuvwxyz

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  2. How the hell is that helpful? Anyways I did the Quick Check and here are the answers. Have a good day, unless you are a horrible person, then never have a nice day.

    1: A & C
    2: A
    3: A

    MOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO

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  3. those anwsers are all wrong btw do not listen i got 0/4
    you will not pass if u listen to him

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  4. 1.B
    2.A,D
    3.A
    Hope this help’s!!
    Got all right(:

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  5. B
    B,D
    A

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  6. Look is wrong

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  7. Redshift and Blueshift Quick Check (Connexus)
    (1) Which situations might cause two observers (A and B) to measure different frequencies for the same vibrating object? Select the two correct answers.
    -Observer A and B are moving at different speeds relative to each other
    -Observer A is stationary and observer B is moving.
    (2) When will a scientist observe redshift in the spectrum of a distant space object?
    -When the object is moving away from the scientist
    (3) Why do scientists observe blueshift in certain stars?
    -Light wave frequencies increase as an object moves toward the observer

    YW XD

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  8. thx so much a+ student you were 100% correct

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  9. Thanks A+ Student♥

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  10. 100% correct 4/26/2022

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  11. 1. B
    2.C,D
    3.B

    100%
    Hope this helps

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