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DOBI Testing Subcommittee

DOBI Testing Subcommittee

DOBI Testing Subcommittee. Dominic Saroni Horizon BCBSNJ. Document Structure. Testing Approach Project Management Pre-Testing Steps Testing – Third Party Certification Testing – Transactions Units 1 – 5; UNIT 1 - 837i & p; 997 acknowledgement UNIT 2 - 277 Acknowledgement

By xue
(181 views)

Introduction to Electrofishing

Introduction to Electrofishing

Introduction to Electrofishing. Lisa Harlan Smith-Root, Inc. Outline. Electrical Theory Electrofishing Equipment Operation and Safety Applied Electrofishing Methods Written Exam. “What is electrofishing?”. The use of electricity to capture, guide, and block the movement of fish.

By louisa
(2027 views)

Applications of Trigonometric Functions

Applications of Trigonometric Functions

Applications of Trigonometric Functions. Section 4.8. Objectives. Model simple harmonic motion Determine the maximum displacement, frequency, and period of an object in simple harmonic motion Apply Law of Sines and Law of Cosine to solve triangles. Vocabulary.

By regis
(236 views)

Earth-Moon-Sun System

Earth-Moon-Sun System

Earth-Moon-Sun System. Rotation vs. Revolution. Rotation The amount of time it takes for Earth to spin around once. ONE DAY Revolution The amount of time it takes for Earth to go around the Sun once. ONE YEAR. Movements in Orbit. Perigee At its closest point in orbit

By ulmer
(103 views)

Recap: Lectures 5 & 6 Classic Pipeline Styles

Recap: Lectures 5 & 6 Classic Pipeline Styles

Recap: Lectures 5 & 6 Classic Pipeline Styles. Williams and Horowitz’s PS0 pipeline Sutherland’s micropipelines. Different Points in the Design Space. Williams/Horowitz’s PS0: Dual-rail Data-dependent completion Dynamic logic No extra latches “Zero-overhead” latency

By clark
(161 views)

Geology/Physics 360

Geology/Physics 360

Geology/Physics 360. Astronomy Chapter 1: The Celestial Sphere. The celestial sphere and the celestial equator. The celestial sphere is what is above you when you walk outside It acts as a model of the heavens Where the sky meets the ground is the horizon

By marvel
(160 views)

Topic 7.3 Continued Fission and Fusion

Topic 7.3 Continued Fission and Fusion

Topic 7.3 Continued Fission and Fusion. Nuclear Reactions. Nuclear reactions produce very much more energy per particle than do chemical reactions. For example, the oxidization of one carbon atom produces about 4 eV of energy whereas the decay of a uranium atom produces about 4 MeV .

By erv
(127 views)

York

York

York. Bootham Bar (Northwest gate of the city) . Romans first built walls around York (ca. 70AD); much of the current structure was built in the 14 th century. York Minster.

By micheal
(202 views)

12.5

12.5

Polar Curves. 12.5. One way to give someone directions is to tell them to go three blocks East and five blocks South. Another way to give directions is to point and say “Go a half mile in that direction.”.

By jeroen
(111 views)

3.7 Sinusoidal Functions as Mathematical Models

3.7 Sinusoidal Functions as Mathematical Models

3.7 Sinusoidal Functions as Mathematical Models. Lesson Obj : IWBAT write an equation using sine or cosine to model data and make a prediction. Guiding Question: How do sinusoids model data?.

By base
(129 views)

Learning Log

Learning Log

Learning Log. Write down the names of as many songs as you can think of with the word “moon” in them. Write down any themes that you see between them. Essential Question. How do the Sun and Moon affect us here on Earth?. The Sun-Earth-Moon System. How does the moon affect us here?.

By nat
(105 views)

WAVELENGTH

WAVELENGTH

WAVELENGTH. What is wavelength? By: Liam Thomas & Philip Venne Constant. Transverse wave. In a transverse wave a wavelength is the length of one complete cycle (the distance between two crests). Longitudinal wave.

By masato
(151 views)

Vibrations and Waves

Vibrations and Waves

Vibrations and Waves. Chapter 14 Supplement. Our perceptions of waves. Imagine a pendulum. As the bob is displaced from the equilibrium point (the center), there is a force that attempts to RESTORE its equilibrium.

By rance
(111 views)

Earth in the Universe

Earth in the Universe

Earth in the Universe. Orbit. To orbit is to move around something in a circle. Axis.  real or imaginary line on which something rotates. Rotation. The act or process of turning around a center or an axis. A complete cycle of circular motion . Moon.

By loyal
(88 views)

Graphs of the Sine, Cosine, & Tangent Functions

Graphs of the Sine, Cosine, & Tangent Functions

Graphs of the Sine, Cosine, & Tangent Functions. 7.1. Objectives: Graph the sine, cosine, & tangent functions. State all the values in the domain of a basic trigonometric function that correspond to a given value of the range. Graph the transformations of sine, cosine, & tangent functions.

By fionn
(327 views)

Physics 6B

Physics 6B

Physics 6B. Oscillations. Prepared by Vince Zaccone For Campus Learning Assistance Services at UCSB. Definitions of quantities describing periodic motion. Period (T): time required for a motion to go through a complete cycle Frequency (f): number of oscillations per unit time

By mave
(127 views)

Tiered Coaching Pilot Meeting

Tiered Coaching Pilot Meeting

Tiered Coaching Pilot Meeting. February 22, 2013 With Monica Jordan and Jennifer Chandler WELCOME!. Agenda. 20 minutes: Report Out – Progress to Date, Meetings with LCs and LPs, etc. 20 minutes: Reporting Tools 10 minutes: RTTC Training and Progress

By rufina
(120 views)

Phases of the Moon Elementary School Science

Phases of the Moon Elementary School Science

Phases of the Moon Elementary School Science. Teacher Notes.

By nerina
(131 views)

Pendulums

Pendulums

Pendulums. General Physics. Periodic Motion. A motion that is regular and repeating Examples Circular motion Mass bouncing up and down on a spring Pendulums. Simple Harmonic Motion (SHM). motion that returns an object to its rest position

By badru
(160 views)

Pendulums

Pendulums

Lesson 10/21. Pendulums . Starter Look at the pendulum and describe its motion. Too Easy? What is the time period of a simple pendulum? . What is the motion simple pendulum called? . Pendulums oscillate (move side to side) The amplitude is the distance from O to either A or B

By dian
(391 views)

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