3. According to the passage, the distances between the stars and Earth are
a. barely perceptible
4. The word "perceptible" in line 5 is closest in meaning to which of the following?
5. In line 6, a "misconception" is closest in meaning to a (n)
b. proven fact
c. erroneous belief
6. The passage states that in 200 years Bernard's star can move
a. around Earth's moon
b. next to the earth's moon
c. a distance equal to the distance from earth to the moon
d. a distance seemingly equal to the diameter of the moon
7. The passage implies that from earth it appears that the planets
a. are fixed in the sky
b. move more slowly than the stars
c. show approximately the same amount of movement as the stars
d. travel through the sky considerably more rapidly than the stars
8. The word "negligible" in line 8 could most easily be replaced by
9. Which of the following is NOT true according to the passage?
a. starts do not appear to the eye to move.
b. the large distances between stars and the earth tend to magnify movement to the eye
c. Bernard's star moves quickly in comparison with other stars
d. although stars move, they seem to be fixed
10. The paragraph following the passage most probably discusses
a. the movement of the planets
b. Bernard's star
c. the distance from earth to the moon
d. why stars are always moving
11. This passage would most probably be assigned reading in which course?