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Some red dwarfs are fully: a) conductive. b) convective. c) radiative. d) devoid of nuclear fusion.

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Some red dwarfs are fully:

a) conductive.

b) convective.

c) radiative.

d) devoid of nuclear fusion.

Red Dwarfs:

There are a handful of ways to classify stars e.g. by the temperature, size, etc. Generally, the smaller the star the cooler it is and that is true for red dwarfs which happen to be the smallest and coolest stars on the main sequence.

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In the multiple-choice, the correct choice s that some red dwarfs are fully (b) convective.

In fact, the claim is true for red dwarfs that are less...

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