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Pendulum Lab

Pendulum Lab

Pendulum Lab. Working with Pendulums. What we are doing. Using the information that you have learned about energy and what you have already done with lab writeups Devise a procedure that looks at the variables that affect each of the following parts of pendulous motion Keep good notes!.

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Groups Today

Groups Today

Groups Today. Group 1: Myles, Kaitlyn, Victoria Group 2: Matthew, William, Emily Group 3: Darius, Vanessa Group 4: Jorge, Mariana, Anthony Group 5: Ryan, Julio, Moises Group 6: Anthony G., Le’ona, Ariadny. Complex Numbers. Imaginary Unit.

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Groups for Today

Groups for Today

Team 1 Eric-Reporter Emily S.-Harmonizer Justin-Investigator Adrian T.-Facilitator Team 2 Salim-Reporter Adrian S. -Investigator Harry-Facilitator Cindy-Harmonizer Team 3 Emily B. -Reporter Nathan-Facilitator Ali-Investigator David-Harmonizer. Team 4 Aidan-Reporter

By shad-fox (91 views)

Groups and work for today (block 2):

Groups and work for today (block 2):

Groups and work for today (block 2):. Instructions: Discuss your prepared questions, and your group’s answers. Choose the top 5 questions , and have one member of your group write them down Begin to brainstorm visuals . Don’t bring in the same visuals! Only one of each image per book.

By jack (94 views)

TODAY! TODAY! TODAY!

TODAY! TODAY! TODAY!

TODAY! TODAY! TODAY!. *** YOU WILL: Work in groups! WE WILL: Review for next week’s exam! I WILL: Talk too much! ***. Skepticism. A “skeptic” is someone who claims that we do not, and can not know something . But skepticism comes in many flavors. . “Global” vs “Local” Skepticism.

By parmida (147 views)

Today in Inorganic…. Symmetry elements and operations Properties of Groups

Today in Inorganic…. Symmetry elements and operations Properties of Groups

Previously: Welcome to 2011!. Today in Inorganic…. Symmetry elements and operations Properties of Groups Symmetry Groups, i.e., Point Groups Classes of Point Groups How to Assign Point Groups. Symmetry may be defined as a feature of an object which is invariant to transformation.

By yehudi (128 views)

Today in Inorganic…. Symmetry elements and operations Properties of Groups

Today in Inorganic…. Symmetry elements and operations Properties of Groups

Previously: Welcome to a new academic year!. Today in Inorganic…. Symmetry elements and operations Properties of Groups Symmetry Groups, i.e., Point Groups Classes of Point Groups How to Assign Point Groups. Learn how to see differently….

By nishi (187 views)

In-Groups/Out-Groups

In-Groups/Out-Groups

In-Groups/Out-Groups. Stereotypes, Prejudice, Discrimination. In-Groups vs. Out-Groups. Reasons for Rivalries. Geographic Proximity Frequent Meetings in Important Games Events that Increased tension between groups Pre-existing Social and Political Tensions. 10 Great Sporting Rivalries.

By marla (189 views)

GROUPS!!!

GROUPS!!!

GROUPS!!!. #1: Brandon, GG, Darlesha #2: Tiara, Daveion , Jamarus #3: Dranika , Jayla, Daequan #4: Des’tine , Tyleek , Jaquan #5: Deirra , Ja’Meze , Amir #6: Yannique , Malik, Corey. DO NOW!!! Take out your HW!.

By thy (132 views)

GROUPS

GROUPS

GROUPS. The EIA procedure for a surface flow constructed wetland system Construction of a DSS using techniques like MCA, to answer the question: "Where to place a surface flow constructed wetland system in a given river basin? ” GIS applied to environmental impact assessment

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Groups

Groups

Groups. Primary and Secondary Groups. Groups, Categories, and Aggregates. A group consists of at least two people who share one or more goals and think, feel, and behave in similar ways. Members of a group are in regular contact with one another and take one another’s behavior into account.

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