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CHAPTER 2 MATTER AND CHANGE:

CHAPTER 2 MATTER AND CHANGE:

CHAPTER 2 MATTER AND CHANGE:. 2.1 PROPERTIES OF MATTER. Describe matter by looking! Extensive Properties – depends on the amount of matter in a sample examples- volume and mass b. Intensive Properties – depends on the type of matter in a sample example – bowling ball.

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STARS

STARS

The Universe. STARS. Stars. Object in space that gives off its own light All sizes Closest star to Earth is the Sun Sun is 1,392,000 km in diameter Giant stars are 10-100 x larger than the Sun White Dwarfs are smaller than Earth Neutron stars could be as small as your community.

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Bell Work 10/30/13

Bell Work 10/30/13

Bell Work 10/30/13. Take out your summary about your “Journey to the Center of the Earth” On the next blank OUTPUT page, draw a comic strip of your journey. It must be at least 3 scenes. Share!!. Plate Tectonics. We will be taking a look at the Earth in 2 different ways….

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Composition (what they are made of)

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Composition –

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Composition

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Composition

Techniques To Make Your Movies Professional & Compelling. Composition. What Makes a Strong Photo/Video?. Your goal is to: grab the attention of the viewer communicate an idea share an experience Strongest photos are: simple clear uncluttered. Look at Similar Pictures.

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Composition

Composition

Composition. recall that an object of type X that is composed of an object of type Y means X has-a Y object and X owns the Y object in other words. the X object, and only the X object, is responsible for its Y object. Composition & the Default Constructor.

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Composition

Composition

Composition. Making Compositional Choices. The term composition means 'putting together‘. Any work of art is arranged or “put together” using conscious thought in order to communicate an idea. Composition Involves: The Picture Plane: the space you have to work with.

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Composition

Composition

Composition. The Rule of Thirds aka The Golden Ratio Rule. Place important elements where the lines intersect. Digital Photography School http://digital-photography-school.com/rule-of-thirds. Digital Photography School http://digital-photography-school.com/rule-of-thirds.

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Composition

Composition

Composition. Composition is the arrangement of elements such as form, colour etc in an orderly way. Vincent Van Gogh. A good composition will often be symmetrical or asymmetrical. Sunflowers, Fourth Version, 1880s. Which is this?... Is it balanced?.

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Composition

Composition

Composition. Rule of Thirds. Divide up the image into 9 parts as follows: If the main subject is placed at one of the intersecting points, y ou will create an image that is more visually interesting. If the image is off-center, it will be more dynamic. Rule of Thirds. Rule of Odds.

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