The equatorial distances were given as an exercise to give students a sense of size and how long it would take to walk these distances.
Students are then asked to make a scale drawing of the planets based on the Sun as 1.
I then ask students to find velocity using a method that does not require algebra. I call this method pie. I made a list of some other equations that could be used with this pie method.
The scientific method and the rules to add, subtract, multiply and divide a number to the power of ten were reviewed. A method of having students make up a story using some of the same subjects at different heights and reinforcement sheet was included.
A short paragraph was dedicated to the contributions of Einstein and his theories including relativity.
An equally brief paragraph was made on the application of Einstein's theory to neutron stars and black holes.
In science not nonsense, I attempted to state the purpose of the scientific method.
Section on telescope and satellites were included with a short section on how to make a telescope and how to find the magnification of a telescope.
In the section some accomplishments of Astronomers. I list a few achievements that they have made that help us see the universe differently.
I then introduce giants whose methods help us classify the stars.
I ended my examination with an overview of our solar system. Included in this overview is a rocket lab, a how to make a theodolite and an Earth quiz.
I began my examination with a poem to let students who have problems with science and life problems know "it's okay", you belong.