# What is the age of the universe?

The universe is about 13.5 to 14 billion years old, from the Big Bang to the present. The half billion year uncertainty allows for a number of different methods of measureme (MORE)

# Can you predict the maximum or minimum point on a parabola?

A parabola is (mathematically speaking) a quadratic function, which looks like this. y = ax 2 + bx + c. where a, b and c are constants. (If three points on the curve are kn (MORE)

# What age is the universe?

Right now scientists think the universe is about 14 billion years old; that's the short answer. For a longer discussion, read here: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Age_of_th (MORE)

# What are the three predictions of your Universe?

1. That the Universe will just keep on expanding forever. 2. That the Universe will keep on expanding but then eventually stop. 3. That the Universe will IMPLODE.

# Why is the ultimate fate of the universe difficult to predict?

because they are not clever They ARE clever, but the problem is very difficult. Cosmologists need better theories and more data. The discovery of "dark energy" points, at pre (MORE)

# What 2 ways do they have predicted the beginning of the universe?

The big bang or God created it. Mostly the big bang is the scientific reason and God is the religious reason.

# What is the maximum age of the universe predicted by Hubble's first estimate of the Hubble constant?

I'm not sure but I've heard the age of the universe to be 13.7 billion years.

# Which planet has maximum gravity in the universe?

Jupiter has the greatest gravitational field in the Solar System. The Universe is a lot bigger and we are only just starting to discover some of the planets outside our Solar (MORE)

# Why is the mass of the universe important in predicting the future universe?

If there is not sufficient matter in the Universe, eventually, entropy will take over and the Universe will continually expand and cool until there is no possibility of life. (MORE)
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# How do scientists make predictions about the future of the universe?

They take steps and see what happens today in order to find out what happens in the future. ( by the way this was answered by a 10 year old in 4th grade).