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Presentation Overview

Presentation Overview Characteristics of Sound- overview Dynamics Ministry expectations (dynamics) Key Questions Content Symbols and language Teaching activities or strategies CHARACTERISTICS OF SOUND (Hookey, 2000, p. 65) DYNAMICS : How loud or soft is it? TIMBRE :

By Faraday
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Let’s Investigate

Let’s Investigate

Let’s Investigate. The Tangent Ratio. The Tangent Angle. The Sine Ratio. The Sine Angle. The Cosine Ratio. The Cosine Angle. Mixed Problems. Extension. Starter Questions. www.mathsrevision.com. Trigonometry. Let’s Investigate!. Trigonometry means “triangle” and “measurement”.

By elina
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Alternate Version of STARTING OUT WITH C++ 4 th Edition

Alternate Version of STARTING OUT WITH C++ 4 th Edition

Alternate Version of STARTING OUT WITH C++ 4 th Edition. Chapter 5 Looping. Topics. 5.1 The Increment and Decrement Operators 5.2 Introduction to Loops: The while Loop 5.3 Counters 5.4 Letting the User Control the Loop 5.5 Keeping a Running Total 5.6 Sentinels

By omer
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Dynamics of Capillary Surfaces

Dynamics of Capillary Surfaces

Dynamics of Capillary Surfaces. Lucero Carmona Professor John Pelesko and Anson Carter Department of Mathematics University of Delaware. Explanation. When a rigid container is inserted into a fluid, the fluid will rise in the container to a height higher than the surrounding liquid. Tube.

By johana
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acceleration length time area

acceleration length time area

If the displacement of an object, x, is related to velocity, v, according to the relation x = Av, the constant, A, has the dimension of which of the following?. acceleration length time area.

By raziya
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Assessment as Learning Experience '

Assessment as Learning Experience '

Assessment as Learning Experience ' . Prof Margaret Price ASKe Centre for Excellence. Outline. The problem with assessment Where should we go from here? Clarity about purpose and assessment standards Reliability and the nature of assessment standards

By dash
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Jeopardy-Linear Equations

Jeopardy-Linear Equations

Jeopardy-Linear Equations. Recursive Sequences. Linear Plots. Intercept Form. Modeling Data. Time- Distance. Q $100. Q $100. Q $100. Q $100. Q $100. Q $200. Q $200. Q $200. Q $200. Q $200. Q $300. Q $300. Q $300. Q $300. Q $300. Q $400. Q $400. Q $400. Q $400. Q $400.

By yardley
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Chapter 15 Sound

Chapter 15 Sound

Chapter 15 Sound. 15.1 Properties of Sound. The production of sound Waves always begin with A vibrating object. . This vibration causes the Molecules around it (usually Air molecules) to move. . This movement is a wave pattern. . Compression is the region of a

By jericho
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The Minor Prophets

The Minor Prophets

A Study of Obadiah. The Minor Prophets. The Author of Obadiah. Who was Obadiah? Who were Obadiah's parents? Where was Obadiah born? When and where did he die? Twelve other “Obadiah's” mentioned Many are mentioned in genealogy lists Nothing links these “Obadiah's” to this book.

By orrick
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Personality Assessment I PSYC 4500: Introduction to Clinical Psychology Brett Deacon, Ph.D. October 7, 2010

Personality Assessment I PSYC 4500: Introduction to Clinical Psychology Brett Deacon, Ph.D. October 7, 2010

Personality Assessment I PSYC 4500: Introduction to Clinical Psychology Brett Deacon, Ph.D. October 7, 2010. Announcements. Exam #2 is next Thursday, October 14 th. From Last Class. Semi-structured vs. unstructured interviews The nature of intelligence The Wechsler scales

By danae
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a is always perpendicular to v x a is always perpendicular to v y a is always perpendicular to v a is always perpe

a is always perpendicular to v x a is always perpendicular to v y a is always perpendicular to v a is always perpe

The vector r indicates the instantaneous displacement of a projectile from the origin. At the instant when the projectile is at r, its velocity and acceleration vectors are v and a . Which statement is correct? Select the correct answer. a is always perpendicular to v x

By vega
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WORD JUMBLE Animal Park Unit 1-6

WORD JUMBLE Animal Park Unit 1-6

WORD JUMBLE Animal Park Unit 1-6. I can _____ to the lake. run. nru. Next Question. Click for the answer. Great job! Ready for the next one?. Did you ____ your finger?. cut. ctu. Next Question. Click for the answer. Good thinking! Ready for the next one?. Watch out for the _____!.

By newman
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Word problems. Measurement. (Length)

Word problems. Measurement. (Length)

Word problems. Measurement. (Length). Year 4. Ross is 94cm tall. Dee is 37cm taller. How tall in Dee in meters and centimeters. Strategy- Addition. 94+37 120+11 131 1 meter 31 centimeters. A piece of wood is 3m long. A joiner cuts off 70cm. How long is the wood now?. Strategy-subtraction.

By saima
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MUSIC

MUSIC

MUSIC. Tempo. This is how fast or slow the music is being played. Lento. Allegro. Presto. Dynamics. the volume of the music. soft. piano. quiet. forte. loud. silent. Pitch. how high or low a sound is played. Duration. the length of the note . long. short. Texture.

By rocio
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Describing Uniform Motion

Describing Uniform Motion

Describing Uniform Motion. Question. A car, starting at rest, experiences a constant acceleration of 5 m/s 2 for 10 sec. How far has the car traveled?. Objects that experience a constant acceleration move in very predictable ways!. After Working a Problem… . Are my units ok?

By mandel
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9.4 Special Right Triangles

9.4 Special Right Triangles

9.4 Special Right Triangles. Geometry Mrs. Spitz Spring 2005. Objectives/Assignment. Find the side lengths of special right triangles. Use special right triangles to solve real-life problems, such as finding the side lengths of the triangles. Assignment: pp.554-555 #1-30

By lindsey
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Kinematics

Kinematics

Kinematics. MYIB/Honors Physics . Defining the important variables. Kinematics is. The 3 Kinematic equations . There are 3 major kinematic equations that can be used to describe the motion in DETAIL. All are used when the acceleration is CONSTANT. Example #1.

By umeko
(155 views)

Functional Skills Question (Shape 2)

Functional Skills Question (Shape 2)

Functional Skills Question (Shape 2). For the week beginning . Foundation AO3. Higher AO3. ? . 10m. 12m. Foundation AO3 A ladder is leaning up against a wall. What is the length of the ladder? S how all your workings. Probing questions

By lavada
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acceleration

acceleration

acceleration. Simplest case a =constant. Equations hold even if Δ t large. Δv = v f -v i. t i = 0. Example : If a car traveling at 28 m/s is brought to a full stop 4.0 s after the brakes are applied, find the average acceleration during braking .

By frye
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Experimental Studies on Sediment Flushing in the Upstream Approaching Channel of TGP

Experimental Studies on Sediment Flushing in the Upstream Approaching Channel of TGP

Experimental Studies on Sediment Flushing in the Upstream Approaching Channel of TGP. Wang Ruiyu. Main Contents. Introduction Model Experiment Analysis of the Result Conclusion. Protecting Dike. Dam. This is the satellite picture of the TGP. .

By kirra
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