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### constellation Leo

imagine that you measure the parallax of two stars in the constellation Leo. Regulus has one-half the parallax angle of Denebola. What do you immediately know about the relative distances of these stars? Please select an answer choice.

a) both stars are the same distance from Earth?

b) Regulus is twice as far away from us as Denebola?

c) Denebola is twice as far away from us as Regulus?

d) the relative distances cannot be found with the information given?