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Asteroids Rotation Period

Asteroids Rotation Period

Rotation period. Study the photometric curve. Shape. Is it binary?. Asteroids Rotation Period. spectroscopy. Surface composition. Observations reveal:. Time-dependent brightness variations. Rotation period of the asteroid around its axis. Due to:.

By Angelica
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Camp T. Brady Saunders Compass Course

Camp T. Brady Saunders Compass Course

Camp T. Brady Saunders Compass Course. Contribution by Troop 893 February to June, 2007. 9. 2. 7. 3. 4. 11. 8. 1. 10. 6. 5. 12. Locations of Markers. Corner of Administration Building closest to lake Along main access road across from campfire circle Near totem pole

By victoria
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Lesson 3

Lesson 3

Lesson 3. Parallel Lines. Definition. Two lines are parallel if they lie in the same plane and do not intersect. If lines m and n are parallel we write. p. q. p and q are not parallel. m. n.

By adamdaniel
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Lecture 25

Lecture 25

Physics 2102 Jonathan Dowling. Lecture 25. Optics: Images. Thin Lenses. For small angles and thin lenses, . Convergent lens. Convergent: f positive Divergent: f negative. Divergent lens. Lens maker’s equation. Images due to lenses:.

By keiran
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Superposition of Waves

Superposition of Waves

Superposition of Waves. Two important concepts that physicists study are Wave Motion Particle Motion This semester will begin with the study of wave motion. Particle motion will be studied later in the semester. the material or substance that propagates a disturbance or wave.

By kateb
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ClassAct SRS enabled.

ClassAct SRS enabled.

ClassAct SRS enabled. In this presentation you will : identify the use of levers in hydraulic applications. In this presentation you will see first, second and third class levers. You will also see hydraulics applications where levers are used. Next >. Mechanical Levers.

By wei
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Hi, I’m Tom Timbrooks

Hi, I’m Tom Timbrooks

Hi, I’m Tom Timbrooks. And this is my philosophy on Management. Management. Everything I’ve learned about management can be put into the following phrase: “The only people who have never done anything wrong are the people who have never done anything at all.”. Management. What I mean is:

By cody
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Structure of the Nervous System

Structure of the Nervous System

Structure of the Nervous System . Midterm Results. Anatomical References. References are made assuming a mammalian animal (such as a rat) on four legs. For humans, assume they are on hands & knees. Toward the nose – forward, front: Anterior Rostral Toward the tail – backward, rear:

By aubrie
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Physics

Physics

Physics. Review. Lenses. REMEMBER. Convex lenses are thicker in the middle and thus they converge light rays. Concave lenses are thinner in the middle and thus they diverge light rays. Click. Lenses. Just as with concave mirrors, the characteristics of the image

By jennis
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Three Way Switches

Three Way Switches

Three Way Switches. Denham Springs Freshman Ag I. Three Way Switches. Three-way switches require a three-wire cable: the power wire, the neutral wire, and the traveler or switch wire. The cable should also have a ground wire, or a total of four wires in the cable. . The Switch.

By libitha
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Sternocleidomastoid: O: Sternal head: Superior part of the manubrium Clavicular he

Sternocleidomastoid: O: Sternal head: Superior part of the manubrium Clavicular he

Sternocleidomastoid: O: Sternal head: Superior part of the manubrium Clavicular head: medial 1/3 of the clavicle I: Mastoid Process A: Bilaterally: Flexion of the cervical spine Unilaterally: lateral flexion and rotation to the opposite side

By kaiyo
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Vertex and Intercept Form of Quadratic Function

Vertex and Intercept Form of Quadratic Function

Vertex and Intercept Form of Quadratic Function. Standard: MM2A3c Students will Investigate and explain characteristics of quadratic functions, including domain, range, vertex, axis of symmetry, zeros, intercepts, extrema , intervals of increase, and decrease, and rates of change .

By landon
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Simple Interest

Simple Interest

Simple Interest. Formula I = PRT. I = PRT. I = interest earned (amount of money the bank pays you) P = Principle amount invested or borrowed. R = Interest Rate usually given as a percent (must changed to decimal before plugging it into formula)

By bree
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EXAMPLE 2

EXAMPLE 2

a. Give another name for GH . a. Another name for GH is HG . b. The rays with endpoint J are JE , JG , JF , and JH . The pairs of opposite rays with endpoint J are JE and JF , and JG and JH . EXAMPLE 2. Name segments, rays, and opposite rays.

By clemance
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Proportion Problems

Proportion Problems

Proportion Problems. 3-6-2. Review. Cross multiply Solve. Same process. Cross multiply. Distribute. Subtract to get the variables to the same side of the equation. Solve the two step equation. Examples. Cross multiply. Distribute. Subtract. Solve. Examples. Cross multiply.

By torsten
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Computer Graphics

Computer Graphics

Lecture 7 Scanline algorithm and polygon clipping Taku Komura. Computer Graphics. Today’s topics. Scanline algorithm Clipping . Scanline algorithm. Computing the barycentric coordinates for all the pixels inside the bounding box can be costly

By faylinn
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Phases of the Moon

Phases of the Moon

Phases of the Moon. The revolution of the Moon around the Earth causes the Moon to appear to have phases. When the moon is closest to Earth, it is about 221,463 miles away. Like Earth, the moon rotates on its axis. Unlike Earth, the moon takes approximately 29 days to complete one rotation.

By shana
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The Moon

The Moon

The Moon. Earth’s Satellite (Overview). Earth - Moon System. Phases – Eclipses - Tides. Moon Phases. Moon changes phases because it revolves around the earth. Waxing moon / Waning Moon. Lunar motions. How come we always see the same side of the moon regardless of its phase?

By butterfly
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2.5 Isomerism in alkenes

2.5 Isomerism in alkenes

2.5 Isomerism in alkenes. C 2 H 4. open-chain (linear and branched) and cyclic Generic formula: Start with C n H 2n+2 and minus two for each C=C one C=C  C n H 2n e.g., C 2 H 4. 3 kinds of isomerism. Constitutional (structural) isomerism Structural – C=C or ring

By connor
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Right Triangle Trigonometry

Right Triangle Trigonometry

Right Triangle Trigonometry . Section 4.3. Objectives. Calculate any trigonometric function for an angle in a right triangle given two sides of the triangle. Calculate the length of the sides of a right triangle given the measure of an angle of a triangle.

By Lucy
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