# 'Constant' diaporamas de présentation

## The Devil’s Curve

The Devil’s Curve. Brian Reid Ben Marshall. History of the Devil’s Curve. 1750, First investigated by Gabriel Cramer (1704-1752) Cramer’s Rule 1810, studied by Lacroix First appeared in Nouvelles Annales 1858 “Devil” name comes from diabolo game (Italy). Equations. Cartesian.

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## Boyle’s Law: PV = constant

Boyle’s Law: PV = constant. Pressure Law: P/T = constant. Charles’ Law: V/T = constant. General Gas Equation. Boyle’s Law: PV = constant. Charles’ Law: V/T = constant. Pressure Law: P/T = constant. PV/T = constant. PV/T = constant. So,. P 1 V 1 /T 1 = P 2 V 2 /T 2. Solution:.

By reba
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## Motion with Constant Acceleration

Motion with Constant Acceleration. Constant Acceleration. In many practical situations: The magnitude of the acceleration is uniform (constant) The motion is in a straight line It’s useful to derive some equations which apply in this special case ONLY !!!

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## Chapter 5 Gases

Chapter 5 Gases. Chapter 5 Gases. WHY?. Sketch of Modern Balloons. WHY?. Mathematics. V/T = constant. 1.00. PSI. 8.00. PSI. 8.00. PSI. WHY?. Mathematics. PV = constant. Mathematics. V/n = constant (n = moles). Moles. 273. 1.00. K. ATM. 804. 9.79. K. ATM. (atm).

By chickoa
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## GG450 April 10, 2008

GG450 April 10, 2008. Refraction Procedures Interpretation. SeisImager loaded on machines in 733: We'll spend most of our class today in 733 to get you started on the refraction reduction and analysis. HOMEWORK due Tuesday - see last lecture.

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## 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
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## Physics 207, Lecture 19, Nov. 5

Physics 207, Lecture 19, Nov. 5. Goals:. Chapter 14 Understand and use energy conservation in oscillatory systems. Understand the basic ideas of damping and resonance. Chapter 15 U nderstand pressure in liquids and gases Use Archimedes’ principle to understand buoyancy

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## Stocks—Characteristics

Preferred stock versus common stock Preferred stock can contain provisions similar to bonds. Distribution of earnings/proceeds Dividends—normally fixed; paid as a percentage of par value Control of firm Common stock—owners of the firm Distribution of earnings/proceeds

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## Derivatives

Derivatives. Constant Rule. Power Rule. Examples. Find the derivatives of each: f(x)=x 6 f(x)=x 1000. Example. Find an equation of a tangent line to the curve at the point (1, 1). Constant Multiple Rule. If c is a constant and f is differentiable, then. Example:.

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## Day _____ Solve each proportion. 1. 2.

Day _____ Solve each proportion. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 5.5-5.6 Direct and Inverse Variation.

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## Stability

Stability. Lagrangian Near Equilibium. A 1-dimensional Lagrangian can be expanded near equilibrium. Expand to second order. Second Derivative. The Lagrangian simplifies near equilibrium. Constant is arbitrary Definition requires B = 0 The equation of motion follows from the Lagrangian

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## Lecture #7

Lecture #7. OUTLINE Carrier diffusion Diffusion current Einstein relationship Read: Section 3.2. Diffusion. Particles diffuse from regions of higher concentration to regions of lower concentration region, due to random thermal motion. 1-D Diffusion Example.

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## “Build up you weaknesses until they become your strengths.” Knute Rockne – Notre Dame football coach

“Build up you weaknesses until they become your strengths.” Knute Rockne – Notre Dame football coach. Intermediate Algebra Chapter 1. The Real Number System. Objective. Understand the structure of algebra including language and symbols. Definiton .

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## What do the horizontal lines on the graph represent? Where in the graph shows her taking care of the 2 errands?

BELLRINGER: The graph below represents Maria’s distance from home one day as she rode her bike to meet friends and do a couple of errands for her mom before returning home. . What do the horizontal lines on the graph represent? Where in the graph shows her taking care of the 2 errands?.

By arawn
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## Scientific Method

Scientific Method. Scientific Method Logical, systematic approach to solve a problem Steps to Sci. Method: Observe Hypothesis Test Hypothesis Develop Theories/Law. Scientific Method. Observation Uses senses obtain info Hypothesis Educated guess Experiment

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## ECE 431 Digital Circuit Design Chapter 3 MOS Transistor (MOSFET)

ECE 431 Digital Circuit Design Chapter 3 MOS Transistor (MOSFET). (slides 2: key Notes) Lecture given by Qiliang Li. Introduction. Metal Oxide Semiconductor Field Effect Transistor (MOSFET) is the fundamental building block for modern digital integrated circuit and analog circuit.

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## ECE 333 Green Electric Energy

ECE 333 Green Electric Energy. Lecture 19 Intro to Wind Energy Professor Tim O’Connell Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering. Wind Power Systems. Historical Development of Wind Power.

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## What do the horizontal lines on the graph represent? Where in the graph shows her taking care of the 2 errands?

BELLRINGER: The graph below represents Maria’s distance from home one day as she rode her bike to meet friends and do a couple of errands for her mom before returning home. . What do the horizontal lines on the graph represent? Where in the graph shows her taking care of the 2 errands?.

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## Water Potential

Water Potential. Water Potential. Tendency of water to favor one side more than another. Water moves from an area of high potential to low potential. Predicts which way water diffuses in PLANT tissues using the Greek letter Psi. Formula for Water Potential.

By miron
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## Delta Encoding

Delta Encoding . in the compressed domain. A semi compressed domain scheme with a compressed output. Agenda. Delta encoding types and schemes Applications The algorithm principles Results Similar works Contributions. The Problem.