Its not an eleven, its the symbol for arcseconds (so its 0.00589 arcseconds, not 0.00589 to the eleventh).Has anyone looked at the test exchange at the Northview 2013 test that could help me on #1?
I understand where the formulas come from, but I don't understand where d= 1/.00589^11 came from. I don't understand why the paralax angle is now a decimal, being rasied to the 11th power. Any help?
Actually, I find that if you click the link it doesn't work, but going through the wiki and then to the test exchange from something like a "Tests" tab works. Here's a link in case what I say makes no sense (which sadly doesn't sometimes): http://scioly.org/wiki/index.php/Test_E ... #AstronomyUnfortunately the test exchange is still down and I don't recall any National tests on there from the past few years being posted. Do you think it's likely that the state test will have it?
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