Which region of the early universe was most likely to become a galaxy? which region of the early universe was most likely to become a galaxy

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Which region of the early universe was most likely to become a galaxy? which region of the early universe was most likely to become a galaxy? a region whose matter density was lower than average a region whose matter density was higher than average a region with an unusual concentration of dark energy?

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2022-04-08T14:10:53+00:00 2 Answers 0

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  1. Arya
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    2022-04-08T14:12:36+00:00

    Answer:

    The region of the ‘early universe’ whose matter density was higher than the average was most likely to become a ‘galaxy’.n

    Explanation:

    • For an object to be subjected to gravity, it needs to have a specifically higher density.
    • During the formation of galaxies in the early universe, ‘the action of gravity’ within and over the dense regions of the universe is believed to have ‘played a significant role’.
    • The regions which are found in the universe denser than average were the regions where the ‘first galaxies of the universe’ were formed.
  2. Katherine
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    2022-04-08T14:12:52+00:00

    The answer is : a region with an unusual concentration of dark energy. A region whose dark matter density was higher than average, because gravitational runaway takes regions that are initially denser and makes them the more denser.

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