The properties of galaxies play vital roles in analyzing the formation and evolution

of galaxies. Star formation rate, stellar mass, and galaxy type are the parameters being
monitored in correlating the galaxies and their environments. This study focused on
determining the relationship between star formation rates and specific star formation
rates of galaxies and their residential environments.

Two samples from two large scale taxonomies were utilized to study the effects
of large scale environments on galaxy properties. The sample of galaxy groups is
constructed through modified friend-of-friend (FoF) method coupled with a procedure
of alternate linking lengths in transverse and radial directions. From there, star formation
rate and specific star formation activities were determined.

Figure 1. Graphs for determining the relationship between , galaxy mass (upper right),
specific star formation rate (upper left), and star formation rate (bottom) with the
distance R from the filament axis ( the red lines corresponds for the elliptical galaxies,
and the blue lines stand for the spiral galaxies).

the distance from the filament axis affects the specific star formation rate directly. For spiral galaxies. star formation rate remains the same. The galaxy stellar mass is not related with the distance from the filament axis for both spiral and elliptical galaxies. The specific star formation rate decreases with increasing distance from filament axis for elliptical galaxies. Referring to Figure 1. Star formation is inversely proportional to the distance from filament axis. d. Based from Figure 1. c.1. None of the above 2. The galaxy stellar mass is inversely proportional with the distance from the filament axis for both spiral and elliptical galaxies. the distance from the filament axis affects the specific star formation rate inversely. d. None of the above . b. c. d. d. how does the distance from the filament axis affect the specific star formation rate for spiral galaxies? a. The specific star formation rate remains the same with increasing distance from filament axis for elliptical galaxies. For spiral galaxies. According to Figure 1. The specific star formation rate increases with increasing distance from filament axis for elliptical galaxies. The specific star formation rate is not related with increasing distance from filament axis for elliptical galaxies. c. what can we say about the relationship of galaxy stellar mass with the distance from the filament axis for both galaxies? a. b. A parameter that needs to be further studied in order to establish its relationship 3. For spiral galaxies. What is the relationship between the distance from the filament axis and the star formation rate of elliptical galaxies? a. what happens to the specific star formation rate of elliptical galaxies when distance from filament axis is increased? Increases a. Regardless of the distance from filament axis. Star formation is directly proportional to the distance from filament axis. The galaxy stellar mass is directly proportional with the distance from the filament axis for both spiral and elliptical galaxies. the distance from the filament axis affects the specific star formation rate insignificantly. 4. c. b. b.

. The data obtained from the study are not sufficient to establish a trend between star formation rate and specific star formation rates and large scale environments of spiral galaxies 6. what can we say about the behavior of spiral galaxies in large scale environments? a. d. what can we say about the behavior of elliptical galaxies in large scale environments? a. Based from the results of Figure 1. Based from the results of Figure 1. The star formation rate and specific star formation rates of elliptical galaxies are significantly affected by the large scale environments. b. The star formation rate and specific star formation rates of elliptical galaxies are not significantly affected by the large scale environments. The star formation rate and specific star formation rate distributions of elliptical galaxies are not sensitive to large scale environments. The effect of large scale environments on star formation rate and specific star formation rates of spiral galaxies is not yet determined. c. Both b and c are correct. The star formation rate and specific star formation rates of spiral galaxies are affected by the large scale environments significantly. b.5. The star formation rate and specific star formation rates of spiral galaxies are not significantly affected by the large scale environments. c. d.