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why futures?

why futures?

why futures?. +++. why scenarios? . To support: Communication of sustainability issues Strategy development Product, service and process innovation See our website for useful workshop materials: www.forumforthefuture.org/projects/fashion-workshop-materials. about fashion futures .

By LeeJohn
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Gears ‘n stuff: Angular Velocity

Gears ‘n stuff: Angular Velocity

Gears ‘n stuff: Angular Velocity. How fast something rotates is called Angular Velocity (  ). Units of angular velocity include revolutions per minute (RPM) and radians per second.

By Jimmy
(249 views)

CS412 Introduction to Computer Networking & Telecommunication

CS412 Introduction to Computer Networking & Telecommunication

CS412 Introduction to Computer Networking & Telecommunication. Theoretical Basis of Data Communication. Topics. Analog/Digital Signals Time and Frequency Domains Bandwidth and Channel Capacity Data Communication Measurements. Signals.

By Patman
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States of Matter

States of Matter

States of Matter. Chap. 13. Gases. State of matter in which particles are separated by large distances. Gases. Gas properties. Gases. Gas properties. Gases have mass. Gases. Gas properties. Gases have mass Gases occupy space. Gases. Gas properties. Gases have mass

By salena
(744 views)

Energy Aboard Ship

Energy Aboard Ship

Energy Aboard Ship. What is Energy?. This module will emphasize the transformation of energy into useful forms. Find out more about energy . Matter and Energy. Matter takes up space. Matter can also be changed into energy .

By Mia_John
(259 views)

Regents Chemistry

Regents Chemistry

Regents Chemistry. Tyna L. Meeks. 1. Measurement. 2. What is the PURPOSE of measuring/measurements? Why is there a need to measure things? 2) Is there a need to standardize measurements? 3) Who decides on the standards?. Measurement. 3.

By Gabriel
(276 views)

CURVILINEAR MOTION: NORMAL AND TANGENTIAL COMPONENTS (Section 12.7)

CURVILINEAR MOTION: NORMAL AND TANGENTIAL COMPONENTS (Section 12.7)

CURVILINEAR MOTION: NORMAL AND TANGENTIAL COMPONENTS (Section 12.7). Today’s Objectives : Students will be able to determine the normal and tangential components of velocity and acceleration of a particle traveling along a curved path. In-Class Activities : • Check homework, if any

By jacob
(1125 views)

Long-Distance Communication (carriers and modems)

Long-Distance Communication (carriers and modems)

Long-Distance Communication (carriers and modems). Sending signals over long distances Modems Leased serial data circuits Optical, radio and dialup modems Carrier frequencies and multiplexing Time division multiplexing. Signalling across long distances.

By lani
(238 views)

30 KeV 50 KeV 70 KeV 140 KeV

30 KeV 50 KeV 70 KeV 140 KeV

How much kinetic energy must a deuterium ion (charge = 1.6 x 10 -19 C) have to approach within 10 -14 m of another deuterium ion? [k = 9 x 10 9 N-m 2 /C 2 and 1 MeV = 1.6 x 10 -13 J]. 30 KeV 50 KeV 70 KeV 140 KeV.

By shada
(1315 views)

Black Holes

Black Holes

Black Holes. Formation Spacetime Curved spacetime Event horizon Seeing black holes. Demo: 1L10.50 - Gravity Well - Black Hole. A more massive neutron star has. A smaller radius A larger radius Radius is independent of mass No radius. Mass versus radius for a neutron star.

By palmer
(299 views)

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1. 2. 3. 4. 5. A plane flying horizontally at an altitude of 4 mi and a speed of 475 mi/h passes directly over a radar station. Find the rate at which the distance from the plane to the station is increasing when it is 10 mi away from the station. {image} mi/h {image} mi/h {image} mi/h

By ata
(259 views)

In Georgetown, Texas

In Georgetown, Texas

In Georgetown, Texas. Inner Space Cavern was discovered by the Texas Highway Department in 1963 as they were preparing to build this I35 overpass. During the drilling process, . they found Inner Space Cavern. Inner Space Cavern lies within the recharge zone of the Edwards Aquifer.

By zeno
(246 views)

Lecture 8: A r ena: Entity Transfer

Lecture 8: A r ena: Entity Transfer

COMP155 Computer Simulation September 22, 2008. Lecture 8: A r ena: Entity Transfer. Entity Transfer. Basic: Connect Modules direct transfer, no transfer time Transporters: grab a routable device sections 8.2, 8.3 fork lift, truck, boat, person … Conveyors: hop on a moving device

By watson
(1887 views)

Expanding Square Search Pattern

Expanding Square Search Pattern

Expanding Square Search Pattern. HEY! I’M OVER HERE !!!. Expanding Square Search. Characteristics: Used in relatively small search areas There is a good starting point Provides uniform coverage. Criteria:. Expanding Square Search. Search Area. Search Pattern.

By renata
(1500 views)

Eysenck and Personality

Eysenck and Personality

Eysenck and Personality. Eysenck and Personality. Eysenck believed that personality has a biological explanation. He believed that there are dimensions of personality. Dimensions of Personality. Extraversion --- Introversion (E) Neuroticism --- Stability (N)

By malvina
(867 views)

How a Hard Drive Works*

How a Hard Drive Works*

By varian
(1152 views)

Linear Motion

Linear Motion

Linear Motion. Chapter 2. Objectives Explain how you tell an object is moving Describe how you can calculate speed Distinguish between speed and velocity Describe how you can calculate acceleration Describe how the distance fallen per second changes for an object in free fall

By dian
(196 views)

How does the kidney work? What controls the rate and concentration of urine?

How does the kidney work? What controls the rate and concentration of urine?

How does the kidney work? What controls the rate and concentration of urine?. Review nephron in kidney Steps in urine formation and concentration Glomerular filtration Reabsorption Tubular secretion. Nephron is functional unit of kidney. Over 1 million nephrons in human kidney

By celine
(423 views)

Introduction to User Interface Design

Introduction to User Interface Design

Introduction to User Interface Design. CS 401 Material adapted from Saul Greenberg, Univ. of Calgary. User Interfaces. “Today, user needs are recognized to be important in designing interactive computer systems, but as recently as 1980, they received little emphasis.” J. Grudin

By will
(202 views)

MOTION AND GRAVITY

MOTION AND GRAVITY

MOTION AND GRAVITY. The key LAWS of the key branch of physics known as MECHANICS were formulated by Isaac Newton Three LAWS of MOTION The LAW of GRAVITY The LAWS of CONSERVATION OF ENERGY and MOMENTUM give a more general way to understand motion

By emma
(231 views)

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