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Personal philosophy of Nursing Homework Solution

Personal philosophy of Nursing Homework Solution

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Astronomy writing : 1.  Use the information in Section 6-1 and write a summary of the Nice model of how the solar system formed.  Explain how the solar nebula collapsed, how the protosun formed, how the planetary disk formed, the role of temperature at different locations of the solar system (i.e the snow line & how it relates to what substances were found on either side of it), and the role of collision & accretion in forming the planetesimals.  This question is worth up to 10 points. 2.  Use the information in Section 6-2 to summarize how each of these planets formed: Jupiter, Saturn, Uranus, and Neptune formed.  Include information about what they are made of and why, the order in which they formed, and where they formed (5 points) 3.  Use the information in Section 6-3 to summarize how the inner planets formed.  Include information on what they are made of as compared to the outer planets, and where their water came from. (5 points) 4.  Use the information in Section 6-11 and describe the general pattern of orbital size, planet size,  and density across the solar system.  Also describe the planetary debris  (comets, asteroids, meteoroids) and dwarf planets in our solar system including where we would find them and what they are made of. (5 points) 5.  Use the information in Section 6-12 and compare/contrast the planets in our solar system to planets in other system in terms of their size/density, masses, orbits, age, etc (5 points)  Make sure your answers are focused on what is being asked in each question and that the answers are in-depth with lots of relevant details.

1.  Use the information in Section 6-1 and write a summary of the Nice model of how the solar system formed.  Explain how the solar nebula collapsed, how the protosun formed, how the planetary disk formed, the role of temperature at different locations of the solar system (i.e the snow line & how it relates to what substances were found on either side of it), and the role of collision & accretion in forming the planetesimals.  This question is worth up to 10 points.
2.  Use the information in Section 6-2 to summarize how each of these planets formed: Jupiter, Saturn, Uranus, and Neptune formed.  Include information about what they are made of and why, the order in which they formed, and where they formed (5 points)
3.  Use the information in Section 6-3 to summarize how the inner planets formed.  Include information on what they are made of as compared to the outer planets, and where their water came from. (5 points)
4.  Use the information in Section 6-11 and describe the general pattern of orbital size, planet size,  and density across the solar system.  Also describe the planetary debris  (comets, asteroids, meteoroids) and dwarf planets in our solar system including where we would find them and what they are made of. (5 points)
5.  Use the information in Section 6-12 and compare/contrast the planets in our solar system to planets in other system in terms of their size/density, masses, orbits, age, etc (5 points) 
Make sure your answers are focused on what is being asked in each question and that the answers are in-depth with lots of relevant details.

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