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see attachment Calibrating Leavitt’s Law QUESTION 1

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Calibrating Leavitt’s Law

QUESTION 1 DISTANCE
STAR Period (days) log(P) m M 2600
VY Persei 5.37 0.73 8.36
V Persei 5.53 0.74 7.99
VX Persei 10.89 1.04 7.56
SZ Cassiopeiae 13.61 1.13 7.19
QUESTION 2
STAR Period (days) log(P) M
EV Scuti 3.09 0.49 -2.9
CE Cassiopaiae A 5.14 0.71 -3.84
CF Cassiopeiae B 4.48 0.65 -3.78
U Sagittarii 6.73 0.83 -3.63
DL Cassiopeiae 8 0.9 -3.62
S Normae 9.75 0.99 -4.27
RS Puppis 41.4 1.62 -6.25
VY Persei 5.37 0.73 0
V Persei 5.53 0.74 0
VX Persei 10.89 1.04 0
SZ Cassiopeiae 13.61 1.13 0

Determining Distances

Time (days) m
1.28 15.83
1.37 15.95
1.56 15.59
1.84 15.26
2.16 15.2
2.33 15.23
2.67 15.32
3.2 15.41
3.98 15.51
4.17 15.56
4.22 15.63
4.54 15.7
5.2 15.84
5.38 15.84
5.94 15.85
6.04 15.93
6.31 15.61
6.5 15.3
6.92 15.19
7.45 15.33
7.88 15.39
8.65 15.53
8.83 15.56
8.88 15.64
9.21 15.7

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