Q: What is the absolute mass of Fomalhaut?

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Maksim A. Burakhovich absolute time: since time is relative where on Earth time goes slower than in space since gravitational field slows time down, i guess we could designate absolute time as time at the center of mass of the heaviest object in the Universe that's not a black hole or where the difference in mass between that object and the litest black hole in terms of mass in the Universe is infinitesimal.

The Celsius scale is not absolute. It has no absolute value.

First, simplify the equation: absolute (3x-1) = absolute (x+5) absolute (2x) = absolute (6) absolute (x) = absolute (3) which really means plus or minus 3, or, (+/-3) Now you have x = +/- 3, so test out x = 3 and x = -3. Test out x = 3: absolute (3*3-1) = absolute (3+5) absolute (9-1) = absolute (8) ---> absolute 8 = absolute 8 --> 8=8 which is correct! Now test x = -3 absolute (3*(-3)-1) = absolute (-3+5) ---> absolute (-9-1) = absolute (2) absolute (-10) = absolute 2 ---> 10 = 2 Since 10 does not equal 2, this is not a correct answer. Therefore x = 3.

Absolute 4 is 4. The question is now "what is 4-8b absolute = 12. There is an "absolute" here operating on nothing. This is still true if you mean absolute(4-8b) absolute =12 so the question cannot be interpreted.

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It is the smallest particle

Aldebaran (the star 4 spring)Regulus (summer)Antares(autumn)Fomalhaut (winter)

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not very heavy

the larger the mass of the star, the more luminous it is.