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The Power of Scientific Notation

The Power of Scientific Notation

The Power of Scientific Notation. Math Review! Multiplying by 10’s. 23.456 cm x 10 = 234.56 cm Multiply x10 = move the decimal 1 place to the right. 23.456 cm x 100 = 2,345.6 cm Multiply x100 = move the decimal 2 places to the right. 23.456 cm x 1,000 = 23,456. cm

By libitha
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Uncertainty in Measurement

Uncertainty in Measurement

Uncertainty in Measurement. Precision and Accuracy. Two kinds of numbers Exact Those whose values are known exactly 12 eggs in a dozen 1000 g in a kilogram 2.54 cm in an inch Inexact Those obtained by measurements Equipment errors Human errors

By chandler
(138 views)

Mathematical Treasure-hunt: Normal Distribution

Mathematical Treasure-hunt: Normal Distribution

Mathematical Treasure-hunt: Normal Distribution. Cut out each of the question slides and place them around the room. Print out and distribute the answer sheet, one per pupil, or team, and set them off to find the answers. The correct sequence is :

By ostinmannual
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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
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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
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WP4-Task5: Integration

WP4-Task5: Integration

WP4-Task5: Integration. Markus Aicheler Helsinki Institute of Physics 06.06.2019. LINAC2. LINAC3. 100Hz@50MW 250Hz@5MW. Baseline Module layout LINAC2 (up to 2 GeV). Mode converters + circular WG. PC. Klystron/Modulator. Splitter. …. BPM. Correc. BPM. Quad. Quad. Sector valve.

By afra
(140 views)

Using Pythagoras’ Theorem

Using Pythagoras’ Theorem

Using Pythagoras’ Theorem. L.O. Use Pythagoras Theorem to find missing sides on a triangle Solve real - life problems using Pythagoras Theorem We are learning this because…

By mikaia
(264 views)

FOOT Physics Performances 27 March 2019 Introduction

FOOT Physics Performances 27 March 2019 Introduction

FOOT Physics Performances 27 March 2019 Introduction. G. Battistoni. Today’s Focus. Towards the next data taking at GSI Layout Emulsion Setup Electronic Setup (and trigger) About software development News from recente test beam and analysis activity

By cicada
(216 views)

(149.8 cM)

(149.8 cM)

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By lali
(140 views)

MURI Team Experience in EM Penetration and Coupling

MURI Team Experience in EM Penetration and Coupling

MURI Team Experience in EM Penetration and Coupling. Pieces. MURI Team Experience. Wires, Apertures, Conducting Surfaces. Wire through hole in conducting screen Wire excited through aperture in conducting screen Penetration through arrays of slots

By chandler
(137 views)

Calculating the volume of a solid

Calculating the volume of a solid

Calculating the volume of a solid. Sphere, cone and pyramid. Formula, rounding and units. Example: Find the area of a circle with radius 6∙2 cm to 3 significant figures . A = π × r 2 = π × 6∙2 2 = 120∙762 …. = 121 cm 2. You must show the formula you are using

By yale
(186 views)

Chapter 4 - Exam Review

Chapter 4 - Exam Review

Chapter 4 - Exam Review. Question 1. If f(x) = 2x 3 – x 2 + 3x + 10 and g(x) = x 3 + 3x 2 + 2x + 4, determine when f(x) > g(x) using a factor table strategy. Question 2.

By radwan
(78 views)

Surface Area

Surface Area

Surface Area. Geometry and Measurement. 7 cm. 5 cm. 6 cm. Measurement. Rectangular Prism Surface Area : sum of the areas of all of the faces

By berit
(135 views)

Area of a circle

Area of a circle

Area of a circle. Lesson 4.5 February 12 th , 2012. It’s quiz time!!!. #1 What is the formula for finding the area of a triangle?. #2 What is the relationship between parallelograms and triangles?. #3 What is the area of the triangles?. 6 cm. 6 cm. #4 What does congruent mean?. #5.

By brant
(114 views)

Lesson 11.2

Lesson 11.2

Lesson 11.2. Area of Parallelograms and Triangles. Theorem 100. The area of a parallelogram is equal to the product of the base and the height. A = bh where “b” is the length of the base and “h” is the height. Theorem 101.

By fritz
(69 views)

Find the area of a rectangle with l = 36 cm and w = 9 cm .

Find the area of a rectangle with l = 36 cm and w = 9 cm .

Find the area of a rectangle with l = 36 cm and w = 9 cm. A = lw. 324 cm 2. Find the area of a triangle with b = 23 cm and h = 14 cm. A = ½ bh. 161 cm 2. Find the area of a circle with r = 12 cm. A = p r 2. 452.2 cm 2. Find the missing measure. A = ?. 10.

By kaspar
(107 views)

200

200

Algebra. Measuring. Word Prob. Geometry. Data Analy. 100. 100. 100. 100. 100. 200. 200. 200. 200. 200. 300. 300. 300. 300. 300. 400. 400. 400. 400. 400. 500. 500. 500. 500. 500. If x=30, then x – 15 is what number?. If x=30, then x – 15 is what number?. What is 15?.

By edan
(91 views)

Surface Area of a Cylinder

Surface Area of a Cylinder

A cylinder is a prism with a circular cross-section. 2 r. h. Surface Area of a Cylinder. r 2. Open out. 2 r. Removing top and bottom. h. . r 2. Surface Area of a Cylinder. A cylinder is a prism with a circular cross-section. Surface Area = 2 r 2 + 2rh.

By cecil
(138 views)

Three Dimension (Distance)

Three Dimension (Distance)

Three Dimension (Distance). After learning this slide, you’ll be able to determine the distance between the elements in the space of three dimension. We will study the distance : point to point point to line point to plane line to line line to plane, and plane to plane.

By prisca
(140 views)

3 Dimension (Distance)

3 Dimension (Distance)

3 Dimension (Distance). SMA 5 Mtr. BASE COMPETENCE : D etermine distance between two points, a point to line and a point to plane in the 3 dimension. SMA 5 Mtr. THE MATERIAL Distance in 3 Dimension : distance between two points distance point to line distance point to plane.

By amber
(153 views)

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