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The Pythagorean Theorem

The Pythagorean Theorem

c. a. b. The Pythagorean Theorem. a 2 + b 2 = c 2. OR. a 2 = c 2 – b 2. Which side is the hypotenuse?. The right angle points to the hypotenuse. It’s the side labelled “c”. c. 6. 8. When calculating the hypotenuse, we add the area of the squares of the other two sides.

By Renfred
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Abraham

Abraham

Abraham. His Story His Contributions to Judaism. The Land. This comes later – with Moses, when he receives the 10 commandments. Torah. God. The People. The Land. All of the descendents of Abraham (through the line of Isaac).

By jana
(778 views)

Expressionism

Expressionism

Expressionism.

By Thomas
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Chapter 2 MEASUREMENT

Chapter 2 MEASUREMENT

Chapter 2 MEASUREMENT. Unit Conversions. West Valley High School General Chemistry Mr. Mata. Dimensional Analysis. The “Factor-Label” Method Units, or “labels” are canceled, or “factored” out. Dimensional Analysis. Steps: 1. Identify starting & ending units.

By Lucy
(319 views)

Outline

Outline

Outline. V.Kostioukhine, P.Nevski. A.Rozanov Motivations for improvements in b-layer Test layout for MC studies Additional b-layer at R=3.7 cm Material budgets Pixel Occupancy. 5 s. M H (GeV). b-tagging for SM Higgs. b-tagging role in: Discovery channel ttH with H-> bb

By liam
(268 views)

IDS120j WITHOUT RESISTIVE MAGNETS: NEW Hg MODULE

IDS120j WITHOUT RESISTIVE MAGNETS: NEW Hg MODULE

IDS120j WITHOUT RESISTIVE MAGNETS: NEW Hg MODULE mars1510 ( DESKTOP ) vs. mars1512 ( PRINCETON CLUSTER ) [ UPDATED ]

By Olivia
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Areas of Regular Polygons Lesson 11.5

Areas of Regular Polygons Lesson 11.5

Areas of Regular Polygons Lesson 11.5. Equilateral Triangle. Remember: drop an altitude and you create two 30-60-90 triangles. What is the measure of the sides and altitude in terms of one side equaling s ? Altitude = s √ 3 2. C. Given: ∆ CAT is equilateral, and TA = s

By cade
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Anatomy of the Female Pelvic Organs

Anatomy of the Female Pelvic Organs

Anatomy of the Female Pelvic Organs. Lulu Al-Nuaim. Adapted from: http://www.doereport.com/generateexhibit.php?ID=4935&ExhibitKeywordsRaw=&TL=&A=. Aims.

By betty_james
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ISON project

ISON project

ISON project. Igor Molotov Keldysh Institute of Applied Mathematics RAS, Moscow, Russia im62@mail.ru. 2019 BRICS Astronomy Working Group (BAWG) and Workshop Multi-messenger and Multi-wavelength Astronomy September 29 to October 2 2019 - Rio de Janeiro, Brasil.

By robert
(365 views)

SALIVARY GLAND DISEASES

SALIVARY GLAND DISEASES

SALIVARY GLAND DISEASES. omr. Introduction. Classification of salivary glands:. According to size. Major :- Parotid / Submandibular /Sublingual Minor :- Lingual / buccal / labial / palatine / glossopalatine According to nature of secretion. Serous :- Parotid Mucous :- Sublingual / minor

By stacy
(521 views)

Trigonometry – Lengths – Blockbusters

Trigonometry – Lengths – Blockbusters

Trigonometry – Lengths – Blockbusters In this activity, a red and blue team compete to link their sides of the game board. Click/Touch a letter hexagon to go to the corresponding question. Click the ‘ Answer’ box for the answer and again to return to the game board.

By lyre
(200 views)

GEOMETRY SCAVENGER HUNT

GEOMETRY SCAVENGER HUNT

GEOMETRY SCAVENGER HUNT. By Students in Ms. Hamilton ’ s 6 th Grade Math Class. TMS LOCKER. Rectangle 32inches X 16 inches Area= Length x Width Area= 32 x 16 Area=512 inches 2 Perimeter=all sides added Perimeter=32+32+16+16 Perimeter=98 inches

By valentina
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Areas of Parallelograms, Triangles and Rectangles

Areas of Parallelograms, Triangles and Rectangles

Areas of Parallelograms, Triangles and Rectangles. Objective - Students will use variables in expressions describing geometric quantities such in parallelograms by using a formula and scoring an 80% proficiency on an exit slip. Formula for Area of Rectangle. Area = Length X Width. 6cm.

By vine
(193 views)

Micro-world Macro-world Fall 2009 Instr: Stephen L. Olsen

Micro-world Macro-world Fall 2009 Instr: Stephen L. Olsen

Micro-world Macro-world Fall 2009 Instr: Stephen L. Olsen. What does “Physics” mean?. Greek: φίσίσ phisis.  Nature. “logic”. “things”. Chinese: 物理 WU LI.  “The logic of things”. or “How things work”. What kind of “things”?. Ordinary-sized objects: :.

By zasha
(121 views)

Paul Scherrer Institut

Paul Scherrer Institut

Tilman Rohe for the CMS Pixel Collaboration. Paul Scherrer Institut. CMS pixel operation and upgrade plans. The CMS experiment at LHC. LHC : Ring with 27km diameter, 1232 superconducting dipoles (1.9 K) 2 Proton beams with 7 TeV each (presently 3.5) Nominal Luminosity 10 34 cm −2 s −1

By saad
(246 views)

USING RT FOR ORTHO HEIGHTS

USING RT FOR ORTHO HEIGHTS

H 88 = h 83 – N 03. HTMOD MEETING FEBRUARY 10, 2011. USING RT FOR ORTHO HEIGHTS. Dr. Lew Lapine Bill Henning. THE TECHNOLOGY SWEET SPOT. SBAS: 2 M H, 6 M V, 0.3 M SMOOTHED H, CHEAP COMMERCIAL DGPS: FEW DM, $$ USCG BEACON: METER+, CHEAP CORS/OPUS: 2 CM h, 5 CM H POST PROCESSED

By kyrie
(106 views)

Area of a Parallelogram

Area of a Parallelogram

Area of a Triangle. and. Area of a Parallelogram. Polygons. Today we are going to find the Area of Parallelograms and the Area of Triangles. Polygons. Area. The number of square units that are needed to cover the surface of a figure. Polygon. Any straight-sided closed plane figure.

By marenda
(199 views)

Circles

Circles

Radius. Circles. Circumference = pi × diameter. Diameter. C = π d. Area = pi × radius². A = π r ². The Circumference of a Circle. Find the circumference of the following circles. 1. 2. 8 cm. 9.5 cm. C =  d. C =  d C=  x 8 C = 25.1 cm (1 dp). C =  d C=  x 9.5

By kipp
(961 views)

Final Jeopardy

Final Jeopardy

Final Jeopardy. Final Jeopardy Category Metrics. Final Jeopardy. What is that it is easier to convert because it is based on units of ten and it is used worldwide by scientists?. These are two reasons why the metric system is better to use than the English system in science. $200.

By libra
(595 views)

Section 11-5 Solving Radical Equations

Section 11-5 Solving Radical Equations

Section 11-5 Solving Radical Equations. Warm Up. Solve each equation. 1. 3 x +5 = 17 2. 4 x + 1 = 2 x – 3 3. 4. ( x + 7)( x – 4) = 0 5. x 2 – 11 x + 30 = 0 6. x 2 = 2 x + 15. 4. – 2. 35. – 7, 4. 6, 5. 5, – 3. California Standards.

By archie
(105 views)

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