# 'Geographic north' presentation slideshows

## Magnetism

Magnetism. AP Physics B Chapter 20 Notes. Magnets and Magnetic Fields--Basics. Magnets are dipoles , meaning they have a north and south and can never be isolated Opposite poles attract Like poles repel Magnets create magnetic fields. Magnets and Magnetic Fields--Basics.

By torin
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## Magnetism

Magnetism. More free powerpoints at http://www.worldofteaching.com. Magnets have been known for centuries.

By terry
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## Force and Motion

Force and Motion. Integrated Science Mrs. Zazzali. Lesson 1-Circuit of Inquiries . 1.1 The Hand Warmer , What is Friction? Friction - surface resistance to motion, as of a body sliding or rolling. . Inquiry 1.2 – Constructing and Interpreting a Graph. Inquiry 1.3 – Rolling Around.

By ulema
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## Websites

Websites. http://www.teachertube.com/viewVideo.php?video_id=188367&title=Map_Projections_Intro. Warm-up #6 Jan. 13. Topography. What types of problems would a mapmaker have when designing a flat map of the globe?. Maps that show elevation of the Earth’s surface by means of contour lines

By avian
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## Large scale topography Tectonics and Structure

Large scale topography Tectonics and Structure. www.montana.edu/kmw/. Response of the mantle and crust to loading: Lake Bonneville. http://geology.utah.gov/utahgeo/gsl/flash/lb_flash.htm. http://geology.utah.gov/utahgeo/gsl/flash/lb_flash.htm.

By howe
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Navigation and Bathymetry. Why is it important for you to be able to read maps and navigate? What’s wrong with GPS? Rely heavily on power and satellites Salt water and batteries Sun spot activity breaks down radio transmissions Always good to know how to use a map and compass.

By mliss
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## Magnetism Magnets and Magnetic Fields

Magnetism Magnets and Magnetic Fields. Physics Chapter 21 Section 1 Pages 766-769. I. Magnets. A. Magnets have two poles (ends) 1. North pole 2. South pole  A magnet will attempt to line itself up with the magnetic field of the Earth. I. Magnets.

By lorene
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## Revit coordinate systems for the rest of us

Revit coordinate systems for the rest of us. Usual suspects. 4 degrees of freedom. Pseudoazimuthal projection. Local scale factor. Geographic North. GIS. Curvature of the earth. Transverse Mercator. The Internal Coordinate System. The Project Coordinate System.

By hu-kelley
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## Revit coordinate systems for the rest of us

Revit coordinate systems for the rest of us. Usual suspects. 4 degrees of freedom. Pseudoazimuthal projection. Local scale factor. Geographic North. GIS. Curvature of the earth. Transverse Mercator. The Internal Coordinate System. The Project Coordinate System.

By cirocco-keevan
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## Finding Locations on Earth

Finding Locations on Earth. Typical Graph. This is an example of a typical graph we are all familiar with. The graph is made up of different “points” with lines that connect the points. Y axis. Typical Graph. Each point has two values: The “X” value that runs along the horizontal “X” axis.

By donaldkendrick
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