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A Tale of Two Light Bulbs

A Tale of Two Light Bulbs

A Tale of Two Light Bulbs Incandescent or Fluorescent?? You will be faced with an energy quiz almost everyday for the rest of your life. This tale is an example of one of the choices you’ll be asked to make. What kind of light bulb should I buy?

By MikeCarlo
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The flow of information in an SMS environment

The flow of information in an SMS environment

The flow of information in an SMS environment. South Pacific Aviation “Safety Management Systems” Symposium. The Underpinnings. Safety Management Systems are predicated on useful data and information being collected, analysed /assessed, and used to make decisions

By mike_john
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Jessica Obermeier

Jessica Obermeier

Weather. Jessica Obermeier. Georgia QCC: SKCS3: Students will use tools and instruments for observing, measuring, and manipulating objects in scientific activity. SKE1: Students will describe time patterns and objects in the sky. Table of Contents:. What is Weather: video

By daniel_millan
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Lecture 4

Lecture 4

Lecture 4. More about Temperature. Incoming vs. Outgoing Radiation. Controls of Temperature. Latitude Land and Water Ocean Currents Elevation. Average Temperature in January. Average Temperature in July. Contouring. EXAMPLE. Contouring. Contouring. Daytime Warming.

By Pat_Xavi
(319 views)

Why Not Use the DSM-IVR for Diagnosing Addiction?

Why Not Use the DSM-IVR for Diagnosing Addiction?

Why Not Use the DSM-IVR for Diagnosing Addiction?. Reason #147: Inadequacies of using qualitative indices for a quantitative problem. DSM-IV Classification of Addiction. DSM does not use the term addiction Same concept is described under substance dependence disorder. DSM-IV Criteria.

By betty_james
(428 views)

Pressure

Pressure

Pressure. Ks3 Science. Aims. Aim;. Understand the relationship between; Force Area Pressure Write detailed explanations about pressure using scientific language. . FACT AIM. SKILL AIM. Odd one out. Which is the odd one out and why?. Simple definition. Pressure;.

By bernad
(373 views)

Medical Terminology

Medical Terminology

Medical Terminology. Unit 11 Descriptive Prefixes, Asepsis, and Pharmacology. Homo- = Same. Homo/genized milk: Has the same amount of cream throughout Homo/gen/eous: Pertaining to the same throughout Homo/gland/ular: Pertaining to the same gland

By Antony
(367 views)

Piaget – Preoperational stage

Piaget – Preoperational stage

Piaget – Preoperational stage. Object permanence. Infants who have yet to gain a firm understanding of object permanence fail to track the motion of a toy when it enters a tunnel. Class inclusion tasks. 10 beads: 7 black, 3 white. Are there more black beads or white beads? Black...

By Olivia
(520 views)

Controls and Constants

Controls and Constants

Controls and Constants. Review. In an experiment, there is something that a scientist is testing – they control this…. Review. In an experiment, because the scientist is changing this independent variable, this is going to change and the scientist will measure that change…. Review.

By oshin
(168 views)

Making Equivalent Fractions

Making Equivalent Fractions

Making Equivalent Fractions. To Make Equivalent Fractions. Multiply the numerator and denominator by the same number. You will get a new fraction with the same value as the original fraction.

By Thomas
(359 views)

Study Skills

Study Skills

Study Skills. Study Skills. College is different from High School There may be no assigned homework other than reading; no one will check on whether you’ve done it or not Feedback is less frequent Grades are based primarily based on results of exams and quizzes not regular homework

By jered
(243 views)

Current, resistance, and electromotive force (emf): Chapter 25 (sec. 1-5)

Current, resistance, and electromotive force (emf): Chapter 25 (sec. 1-5)

Current, resistance, and electromotive force (emf): Chapter 25 (sec. 1-5). Charges (electrons) moving in a conductor Ohm’s Law & resistance to flow of charge Energy and power in electrical circuits. C 2012 J. Becker. Learning Goals - we will learn:

By havyn
(222 views)

Chapters 25--Examples

Chapters 25--Examples

Chapters 25--Examples. Problem. The current in a wire varies with time according to the relation I=55A-(0.65 A/s 2 )*t 2 How many coulombs of charge pass through a cross-section of wire in the time interval from t=0 s to t=8 s?

By yates
(718 views)

A Frame for this afternoon

A Frame for this afternoon

A Frame for this afternoon. “To be playful and serious at the same time is possible, and it defines the ideal mental condition”

By humphrey
(104 views)

ConcepTest 17.1a Electric Potential Energy I

ConcepTest 17.1a Electric Potential Energy I

electron. proton. electron. -. +. proton. ConcepTest 17.1a Electric Potential Energy I . 1) proton 2) electron 3) both feel the same force 4) neither – there is no force 5) they feel the same magnitude force but opposite direction.

By channary
(410 views)

Greater Than, Less Than, or Equal To?

Greater Than, Less Than, or Equal To?

Greater Than, Less Than, or Equal To?. Melinda Gunter Jennifer Haygood Kristi Swett. GPS. M1N1 Students will estimate, model, compare, order, and represent whole numbers up to 100. c. Compare small sets using the terms greater than, less than, and equal to (<, >, =).

By tod
(348 views)

A Tale of Two Light Bulbs

A Tale of Two Light Bulbs

A Tale of Two Light Bulbs. Incandescent or Fluorescent??. You will be faced with an energy quiz almost everyday for the rest of your life. This tale is an example of one of the choices you’ll be asked to make. What kind of light bulb should I buy?.

By eryk
(201 views)

Fractions IV Equivalent Fractions

Fractions IV Equivalent Fractions

Fractions IV Equivalent Fractions. By Monica Yuskaitis. Equivalent Fractions. Name the same amount but have different numerators and denominators. 1. 2. 1. 1. =. 4. 2. 4. 2. 1. 4. Equivalent Fractions.

By velika
(261 views)

Passive and Active Transport

Passive and Active Transport

Passive and Active Transport. Movement of Material through the Cell Membrane. Each individual cell exists in a liquid environment. The presence of a liquid environment makes it easier for materials such as food , oxygen , and water to move into and out of the cell.

By hayley
(382 views)

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