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The H-R diagram plots the
1. absolute magnitude vs. apparent magnitude
2. mass vs. absolute magnitude
3. luminosity vs. surface temperature
4. surface temperature vs. mass
If a net force diagram is drawn, such as shown below, wherein the $F_"norm"" at A "=-(F_g)" at C"$, what do you know about the object?
1. The object is accelerating in the direction of the $F_"app"" at B"$ because there is no opposing force to B, and $F_"app"" at "B>0N$.
2. The object is accelerating in the opposite direction of $F_"app"" at B"$ because forces act in equal but opposite pairs.
3. The object is not moving because the $F_"net"=F_"norm"+F_g=0N$.
4. The object is accelerating in the direction of the $F_"app"" at B"$ because the opposing $F_"fric"$ must be negligible, and $F_"app"" at "B>0N$.

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Given a force diagram like the one below, if the object is not moving, what do you know about the forces at A and B?
1. $F_"norm"$ is less than $F_g$ because the object stays down on the surface.
2. $F_g$ is always greater than $F_"norm"$ when an object is not moving.
3. $F_"norm"=F_g$ when an object is not moving.
4. $F_"norm"=-(F_g)$ making the $F_"net"=0$ when an object is not moving.

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