Children's Accuracy in Copying Angles
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...angles and bisectors of right angles. This investigation looked into whether children are more accurate when making right angles, as represented by perpendicular lines, or right angle bisectors. Forty children aged four and five were tested on four types of figures: a) a baseline with another line at the middle at 90?; b) a baseline with another line at the end at 90? ; c) a baseline with another line at the middle at 45? / 135? ; and, d) a baseline with another line at the end at 45? / 135?. Results validate previous claims that due... and lines that represented angles that measured 45? / 135?. This paper is the result of such an investigation, highlighting the...
Math Lesson PLan (Measuring Angles)
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...Angles Lesson Plan Info: Measuring Angles 4/24 Grade: 4th Grade (Content Area Math Topic of Lesson: Measuring Angles Standards/Outcomes Content Area: NCTM Standard and Expectation Geometry Standard 1. Analyze characteristics and properties of two- and three- dimensional geometric shapes and develop mathematical arguments about geometric relationships 2. Use visualization, spatial reasoning, and geometric modeling to solve problems Measurement Standard 1. Understand measurable attributes of objects and the units, systems, and processes of measurement 2. Apply appropriate techniques, tools, and formulas to determine measurements Overview Objective: 1. The student... will analyze and measure...
Terms and angles of vision
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...Angles of Vision One of the rhetorically loaded phrases that emerge frequently in the book is “corporate rule”, which holds that marker deregulation, consumerism, privatization, and free trade have consolidated corporate power. Johnson (p. 72) notes that free trade has enabled powerful corporations like multinationals and trans-nationals to exploit developing, poor countries and their resources and workers, while also dominating their national politics, which is a form of corporate rule. The angle of vision is that there needs to be trade reforms in order to more evenly distribute opportunities among all countries and avoid corporate rule. Another instance is where corporations... ...
environmental impacts of tourism on Los angles
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...Angles 11th, December There is a relationship between tourism and the environment, as tourism in any place highly relies on the quality of the environment of the place. However, the relationship between tourism and the environment is quite sophisticated, as tourism comprises many activities, which can turn out to be detrimental to the environment. These activities are elements of tourism development and may include the construction of resort hotels, marinas, golf courses, roads, as well as airports. Tourism development is therefore the main tourism factor that influences the environment. In addition, apart from the adverse effects of tourism development on the environment,...
Mexican Immigration in Los Angles 1990's
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...Angles 1990's Introduction Mexican migration to the United s began on a large scale at the end of the nineteenth century. Economic and political conditions in Mexico had created a large pool of impoverished rural people. Equally the incorporation of southwestern states into the US national economy meant a constant demand for a cheap labour force (Cardoso 7-9). At the same time, the extension of railway links made migration easier by providing a fast and safe means of transport for migrant workers from western Mexico to the US South-West (Driscoll 56-59). During the twentieth century, Mexican migration has passed through several stages, its character varying in accordance... Mexican Immigration in Los...
Movie review examples (camera shots, camera angles, transition)
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...angles, transition and color balance among many others. An up-close analysis of how these are manipulated to communicate is done below through reviews of a number of short films. The film new boy begins with a closer up shot of the young black boy. This is an establishing shot revealing just enough details to help create the mood in the movie. A close up shot reveals just enough details to develop an understanding of the immediate surrounding. From this shot... Movie review Films are mediums of communication. Producers of films employ a number of techniques besides the story line to aid in communicating the intended message. Among the most commonly manipulated techniques include camera shots, camera...
Angles Ashes
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... Angela’s Ashes In this chapter, Angela sends Michael to take some food to Frank. Michael is currently residing at his uncle’s place, Abbot Sheehan, place. Frank is well aware of the fact that he is grown since he no longer addresses his uncle as “Uncle Pat.” Michael has a letter addressed to frank, pleading with Frank to return home. However, Frank turns a deaf ear to his mothers’ plea, and he tells his brother Michael that he is never going back home. Frank watches as his brother walks away sadly and he notices his brother’s broken shoes, raggedy clothes, and vows to get him some new pair of shoes, and a set of clothes once he gets employed at the post office (McCourt, 297... Angela’s Ashes In this...
Los angles
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...Los Angeles Los Angeles Los Angeles The of Los Angeles commonly referred to as LA is in the southern California on the west coast of United States of America (USA). The history of Los Angeles dates back to the 16th century. During this period Los Angel was part of a small Mexican town (Heimann & Ulin 2013 p. 5). Illustratively, the small Mexican town grew gradually from the year 1848 and with time became part of the USA. Immigrants from bordering regions characterized the definitive years of Los Angeles and California. This immigration perhaps best illustrates the diversity in culture in Los Angeles. However, the once underdeveloped city started experiencing exponential growth after... Angeles Los...
Writing Los Angles, Los Angles writers
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...?Writing Los Angeles, Los Angeles Los Angeles, California has been referred to as the of dreams. With such lofty characterizations, it’sno surprise that writers throughout the 20th century spent considerable time characterizing the city in a number of ways. Individuals such as Raymond Chandler, John Fante, wrote timeless novels about the city, while poets such as Lewis MacAdams revealed the city for its multi-cultural nature. This essay considers the collection of a handful of writers who have articulated Los Angeles and considers the various thematic concerns they have outlined in their work. Writer Carey Williams articulates Los Angeles, California in a number of unique ways. William’s... Los Angeles, ...
Greatness of Los Angles
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...? May, Glow in LA: A very important feature of LA is the mist that distorts the light in the city. As light falls upon the fog droplets, it is dispersed in every direction. The foggy weather of LA enlightens the nights leaving them not much different from the days. One can hardy find any dark areas in the city. It’s all yellow for most of the year, including nights. Walking down the streets of LA is a wonderful experience. The brightness is unusual and spellbinding. The immense brightness makes it feel like a dream come true. The sun in LA is mostly blanketed by the fog. Sometimes, when the sunlight manages to make its way through the mist, the sand changes its color from grey to a pale... May, Glow in...
Angles in America
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... Angels in America: Millennium Approaches The play Angels in America: Millennium approaches were written by Tony Kushner in the 20th century to reflect the mounting crisis of HIV/AIDS in the city of New York. Kushner used the real crisis of AIDS that seemed to worry people to develop his plot. After the grandmothers funeral, Prior Walter, the boyfriend of Louis tells him that he has AIDS. On the same day in Washington, Roy Cohn the legendary republican lawyer offers Joe Pitt - a Mormon law clerk, a prestigious job. Joe refuses to take the job offer at the first instant until he discusses it with his wife, Harper. Harper is suffering from the anxiety and hallucinations as well... Angels in America:...
The Killer Angles
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...? The Killer Angels "I wrote only what came to mind, with no goal and little income, always for the joy of it, and it has been a great joy." To Michael Shaara, the joy of carefully crafting a great story meant more than a mass-market audience or a lot of money. What hooked him was the fun of the story "waiting to be told." Michael Shaara was born in Jersey City, New Jersey, on June 23, 1929. His father, Michael Joseph Sr., was an Italian immigrant active in local unions and politics. Shaara described his father as being similar to Shakespeare: "political, but no good with money." His mother, Alleene Maxwell Shaara, provided the opposite perspective in life. She was from the South... The Killer Angels "I ...
Small scale soda bottle rocket launcher capable of shooting a two liter soda bottle repetitively and at different angles
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...Angles of the [Project Title] [Instructor] [Name of the Institution] [Date] Small Scale Soda Bottle Rocket Launcher Capable Of Shooting a Two Liter Soda Bottle Repetitively and At Different Angles Abstract Soda bottle rocket launcher is capable of launching soda bottle with acceleration greater tan 100 meters per square second that can cover a distance of more than 100 meters. The soda water launching pad uses water and pressurized air to launch the soda bottle in the air. I utilized the PVC pipes to build a soda bottle rocket launcher that is capable to launching soda bottles... to different angle (from 0 to 90 degrees). The launching pad is made strong to hold the immense...
To what extent are filmic techniques such as camera angles used to assert the overall importance of religious themes in Pulp Fic
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...angles used to assert the overall importance of religious themes in Pulp Fiction? Film techniques the different methods used to create a sense in a film. They are of different types, most basic include the following; Camera shot this is the total space seen in one shot (Godawa, 2009). It is used to display the setting of a place, the characters in a given play and the theme. Camera shots are of different types there are long shots, full shots, mid shots, close up and extreme close-ups. The camera shots are essential in every film analysis. Camera angle is another important technique used in analyzing a movie... ? Filmic techniques Filmic techniques To what extent are film techniques such as camera angles ...
environmental impacts of tourism on Los angles
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...? Environmental Impacts of Tourism on Los Angeles 11th, December There is a relationship between tourism and the environment, as tourism in any place highly relies on the quality of the environment of the place. However, the relationship between tourism and the environment is quite sophisticated, as tourism comprises many activities, which can turn out to be detrimental to the environment. These activities are elements of tourism development and may include the construction of resort hotels, marinas; golf courses, roads, as well as airports (“Travel Weekly”) Tourism development is therefore the main tourism factor that influences the environment. In addition, apart from the adverse effects... Environment...
the environmental impacts of los angles
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... The environmental impacts of Los Angeles "Tourism is one of the largest industries in the world,employing an estimated 220 million workers and generating 9.4 percent of global sales revenues, tourism can be pro-poor, pro-development and pro-environment or quite the opposite depending upon particular practices. Some tourist bike or hike to their destination and follow the maxim, 'take only memories and leave only footprints'. Others drive mobile home, take home bulging suitcases and leave trails of waste, as with other forms of globalization and trade, tourism carries the risk of homogenization and exploitation." (Anderson, 220) America is one of the countries the citizens of which face... The...
Japanies Music Culture in Los Angles
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... Japanies music cultur in los angelos The world today is moving towards a single unit where all the cultures, societies and traditions are merging into one whole. When one sits down to contemplate on what the world the world was around 100 years ago from today and where the cultural diversity stands today, it can easily be comprehended that the growth of colonialism, neo-colonialism, rise in international trade, mass immigrations from one country to another in the search of better opportunities and protection of life has changed the entire concept of tradition, culture and society. Today not even a single developed country can claim to be a cultural and ethnic unity. In fact in modern times... Japanies...
Athena at Los Angles Country Museum of Art
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... and Number Athena The Los Angeles County Museum of Art (LACMA) is an art museum in California that interests anumber of people each year. Being a large museum, it holds thousands of ancient and modern exhibits. Generally, this tourist spot is a haven of art where people of all walks of life can appreciate aesthetics in its varied impressions like love, numbers, language, and enlightenment (Raczka, 17). One of its displays is the sculpture of Athena. This piece is extraordinary and is an example of excellent work of art. Quoted and referred to in a number of literature, she is one of the popular goddesses of Greek chronicles. As what she is known for, the figure communicates wisdom, courage... and...
Applying the Laws of Sines and Cosines
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...angles. The solution can be found in the following cases: Two angles and the side between these angles are known (ASA); Two angles and the side opposite to one of the angles are known (AAS); Two sides and the angle opposite to one of the sides are known (SSA or ambiguous case); Two sides and the angle between them are known (SAS); All sides of the triangle are known (SSS) (Aufmann and Nation, 2014). The law of sines or the law of cosines can be used for the mentioned cases. The law of sines is applied for the cases ASA, AAS and SSA. According... Applying the Laws of Sines and Cosines Applying the Laws of Sines and Cosines It is necessary in trigonometry to solve the triangle or to find all its sides and...
Marketing and Business plan
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...Angles Business Plan –The Angles Executive Summary The Angles provides high quality architectural services for its customers at premium rates offered in the market. The Angles aims at providing architectural services, logistic support and consultation at lowest prices, at the same time, maintaining its operations efficiently and fulfilling the requirements of the target market. To avoid disruptions in cash flow, the target market would consist of customers who look for innovative and state of the art unique architectural services. The Angles will be operating from the central office initially which will be launched at downtown London. Services will be delivered to customers... Business Plan –The Angles...
VSEPR
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...angle (⁰) Polar? (yes/no) H2O MX2L2 104.5 yes BeH2 MX2 180 no H2S MX2L2 91.5 yes SO2 MX2L 120 yes BF3 MX3 120 no NF3 MX3 120 yes IF3 MX3L2 120 yes CH4 MX4 109.5 no SF4 MX4L 120 yes XeF4 MX4L2 90 no PF5 MX5 120 and 90 no SF6 MX6 90 no 3.2. Equilibrium geometry: Compound Bond angle (⁰) Dipole moment (debye) Polar? (yes/no) H2O 103.98 1.86 yes BeH2 180 0.0 no H2S 93.38 0.97 yes SO2 97.90 1.62 yes BF3 120 0.0 no NF3 120 0.2 yes IF3 120 1.19 yes CH4 109.47 0.0 no SF4 86.36 0.632 yes XeF4 90 0.0 no PF5 90 0.0 no SF6 90 0.0 no 4. Analysis: In some compounds (BeH2, BF3, NF3, IF3, XeF4, PF5 and SF6) the bond angles were the same between... the predictions made by inspecting their Lewis structures...
College Geometry - neutral geometry and Euclidean geometry
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...angles are equal 4) A circle is described in reference to the center and its radius 5) In parallel lines, it a straight line meets other two straight lines, and makes an interior angle of which both are less than 900, the two lines can meet if extended on those sides that they make angles less than right angles (the difference between lines in Euclidean and those of spherical are illustrated in spherical geometry). On the other hand, absolute geometry is more the same as ordered geometry. Therefore, almost all the theories in absolute geometry are compatible in ordered geometry. The fifth axiom is the only axiom that holds in neutral geometry (Eves, 1990). Euclid’s parallel; spherical... ? GEOMETRY...
Observing Math instruction
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...angles *Grade/Level 5th *Summary Students should associate 2700 with a three quarter turn, 3600 with a whole turn, 900 with a quarter turn or right angle and 1800 with a half turn or a straight line. They measure the same angles with a protractor STANDARDS AND DIFFERENTIATED INSTRUCTION: *Standards NCTM, measuring angles, 3600, 2700, 1800, 900 Differentiated Instruction The lesson plan uses a variety of differentiated instruction strategies to enhance the observation skills, interaction skills and communication skills. The observation lesson gives students an opportunity to incorporate different modes... Observing math instruction VITAL INFORMATION Primary: mathematics Topic or Unit of Study Measuring...
Observing Math Instruction
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...angles *Grade/Level 5th *Summary Students should associate 2700 with a three quarter turn, 3600 with a whole turn, 900 with a quarter turn or right angle and 1800 with a half turn or a straight line. They measure the same angles with a protractor STANDARDS AND DIFFERENTIATED INSTRUCTION: *Standards NCTM, measuring angles, 3600, 2700, 1800, 900 Differentiated Instruction The lesson plan uses a variety of differentiated instruction strategies to enhance the observation skills, interaction skills and communication skills. The observation lesson gives students an opportunity to incorporate different modes... Observing math instruction VITAL INFORMATION Primary: mathematics Topic or Unit of Study Measuring...
pre cal questions
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...Angles" Please respond to the following: The angle of elevation of the slant height of Egyptian pyramids is commonly 44° or 52°. These angles allegedly provide an aesthetic quality to the pyramids. Do you agree that these are the most beautiful (aesthetically pleasing) angles? Yes I do. Egypt’s pyramids were tall, lightly tapered four-sided architectural buildings that demonstrated the style of that period. Aesthetic was valued as a reflection of national political stability, thus one unified Egyptian... Pre-calculus Problems al Affiliation System of Three Equations" Please respond to the following: Write a problem for a classmate to solve that can be translated to a system of three equations in three...
James Robie Art Gallery Visit Assignment
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...angles. Perhaps, I am mixing the two up. The arms are silver in color and are half circles. He shows the head as a half circle. the body stands on a wood base of dark wood... and aged with experience. It is interesting to note that though there are angles in this statute, the majority of the statue is a solid piece of wood. The couple is facing each other. Normally Robie uses different pieces and forms in his statutes. In the "Conjurer", he used a vibrate wide spread silver showing the magic. Perhaps this is why we see him as moving his arms We see the "Shrine" as a still peaceful moment of a couple looking out. Each of Robie's statutes show different angles...
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...angle of projection, with projections at different angles. Two projectile equipments were used, first was homemade catapult and a launcher that the physics department premade. Used equipments in the experiment were catapult and launcher, projectile (Penny), meter stick, protractor, sticky notes, and a calculator. The launcher was started with an angle of 100, horizontal distance measured, and the procedure repeated four times. Average value for the readings was obtained and recorded. The procedure was then repeated for the angles 200, 300, 400, 500, 600, 700, 800, and 900. The angle... with the longest distance was noted and uncertainties calculated for distance and angle....
Math Autobiography
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...angles of the intersecting sides that was difficult to me. Problems related to equilateral triangles were simpler because of the equality in the measurements. However, problems regarding the other types, including scalene... RNCV 314 Math Autobiography Math has been a part of my life for a long time now. Even now, it still plays a critical role in my daily life, not just academic, but even beyond. I remember loving math from my days in middle school. It particularly gives me satisfaction to solve problems numerically, thus a definite answer, leaving little or no room for guesses. This was even more interesting when sharing my math abilities with my peers who were experiencing challenges. My Math teacher...
Geometry Task 3
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...angles of a triangle are congruent, then the triangle is isosceles. Drawing: ABC is a triangle with vertex A, B, C and ABC = ACB Given: Angle ABC= ANGLE ACB. Constructed: Draw a line AM such that it is perpendicular to BC and passing through the vertex A. Prove: The Triangle is isosceles, that is, AB = AC PROOF: From triangles ABM and ACM, Angle AMB= Angle AMC= Right Angle 1 ABC = ACB 2 AM = AM 3 This proves that ABM... 07 Feb. 2008 ASSIGNMENT INSTRUCTIONS ment: If the base...
Static equilibrium and the requirements of this principle
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...angles. 2. To compare the experimental results with those obtained by computing the resultant force. 3. To compare the experimental result and the calculated result with those obtained by graphical method. Abstract The main objectives of carrying out static equilibrium were: Firstly, to investigate the static equilibrium of a system of three forces in both horizontal and vertical planes. Secondly, to calculate the resultant force and compare its results with experimental results. And thirdly... Static equilibrium (C2) Objectives The objectives for carrying out the static equilibrium experiment are To examine the static equilibrium of a system of forces of different magnitudes acting at different...
How movies affect the audience
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...angles and scenes that change and these are the film aspects that have an effect on human behavior, views and decision-making process (Plantinga, 2009). Admittedly most people are never... Visual Arts & Film Studies How Movies Affect the Audience When people watch movies, most are not aware that the films can have a lot of impact on their views, behavior or the decision-making processes (Plantinga, 2009). Today, there are many films produced by film industries in different countries and industries. For example, United States is not the only country that has hundreds of theatrical releases and exports of films. Other countries such as South Korea, Nigeria and India also feature on top of the list because...
Muller- Lyer Illusion Experiment
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...angle between the shaft and obliques of the figures varied depending on the levels of adjustments. The increase of the angles led to the decrease in the illusion of the obliques. Furthermore, the experiment revealed that the obliques lengths varied concomitantly with the sizes of the angles... Experiment: The Müller-Lyer Illusion Experiment: The Müller-Lyer Illusion This experiment have used the reproduction method in measuring the generated illusion towards determining Muller – Lyer experiment (Bates and Müller-Lyer, 1923). In so doing, the experiment revealed that the use of the reproduction method made the Muller-Lyer figures to oblique directly inwards. The experiment further revealed that the angle ...
This World of Faltland
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...angles a shape possesses. The shapes go to great lengths and even risk injury to determine one another’s shape by feel. The higher classes of shapes even learn how to determine shape by sight through the science of optics, which the lower class shapes are not permitted to learn. They are considered to be unintelligent, and therefore incapable of learning. Ironically, the triangles with the narrowest angles, and therefore the lowest class and least intelligent, are forced to become teachers, showing that they in fact are intelligent, despite what their society says. Determining class and maintaining class distinctions was of the utmost importance to the people of Flatland, just... ? [Teacher 2 March...
Tips about How to play soccer well
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...angles. A team that can move around the field with the ball is a nightmare for a goalkeeper. It not only requires on him to focus on the ball from different angles but adds to the complexity of judging potential shots from a fast moving ball. It can be said that a goal is an outcome of several mid-field operational tactics that often are based on keeping the ball changing feet more often than not.... Tips It is true that most soccer players would blindly love to believe in the fact that the best player is the one who scores goals. However, it should be remembered that there is more than what meets the eye every time a goal is scored. The best part of the goal is the mid-field work that goes behind the...
This World of Faltland
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...angles a shape possesses. The shapes go to great lengths and even risk injury to determine one another’s shape by feel. The higher classes of shapes even learn how to determine shape by sight through the science of optics, which the lower class shapes are not permitted to learn. They are considered to be unintelligent, and therefore incapable of learning. Ironically, the triangles with the narrowest angles, and therefore the lowest class and least intelligent, are forced to become teachers, showing that they in fact are intelligent, despite what their society says. Determining class and maintaining class distinctions was of the utmost importance to the people of Flatland, just... [Teacher 2 March...
Film
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...angles have been used to bring out a wide range of emotions among the audience. The shots capturing the violence in the movie have been creatively shot to enable the audience to find it amusing despite the heinous acts of violence such as torture used by the criminals. The use of different camera angles also enables the viewers to be drawn... Form and Style in the movie Pain and Gain Pain and Gain is a comedy crime movie that hit the cinemas this year with a great reception among various film lovers and critics. The movie has been performing well on the market since its release with a great reception across the globe. Apart from the film being very well known for its narration of true events involving...
Report of the Field Week at Wiston
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...angles between various points on a close traverse. The setting out of a curve using chords and offsets was also studied and practiced. Chapter 2: Theodolites and Levels The instruments used during the surveying included Theodolites and Levels. The functioning, use and applications of these two instruments is described in this chapter. Theodolite Theodolite is one of the most widely used instruments in land surveying because of its wide range of applications in surveying. Theodolites are used for measuring angles both in the horizontal as well as the vertical planes... ? Table of Contents Introduction…………………………………………………………………………………………………………………3 2. Theodolites and...
Playing Soccer
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...angles. A team that can move around the field with the ball is a nightmare for a goalkeeper. It not only requires on him to focus on the ball from different angles but adds to the complexity of judging potential shots from a fast moving ball. It can be said that a goal is an outcome of several mid-field operational tactics that often are based on keeping the ball changing feet more often than not.... Tips It is true that most soccer players would blindly love to believe in the fact that the best player is the one who scores goals. However, it should be remembered that there is more than what meets the eye every time a goal is scored. The best part of the goal is the mid-field work that goes behind the...
Urban planning/Environmental design research paper
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...Angles ID: Introduction Los Angles in California remains the most unaffordable region and the main reason for this is the lack of adequate housing facility for its residents. The gap between income and housing rents is the widest in this region, as rents are going up abnormally without any corresponding increase in the income level of the residents. Although lack of political will to tackle this issue is the reason for this, few politicians who really wanted to solve the crisis realized that the problem is complex. Attending to this controversial problem have exposed such politicians to the challenges of political backlash due to the huge cost of any possible solution... Housing affordability in Los...
Four wheel steering Vs Front wheel Steering
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...angle modelling and only relate lateral acceleration and yaw rates. The current constraints for relating lateral acceleration, yaw rate and roll angle necessitate the use of a 3 DOF system. A 3 DOF system using the required dynamics and motions was used. The following properties have been assumed in order to deal with the vehicle’s dynamics: 1. The vehicle is symmetrical about the x-z axis; 2. The vehicle’s total mass...  is lumped; 3. The vehicle’s roll axis is fixed and ; 4. The road’s surface conditions are consistent throughout the modelling; 5. Small angle approximations apply to the vehicle’s motion. The dynamics of the 4WS vehicle system can be divided broadly into...
film critique
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...angles and movement should... not be compromised. This is based on the fact that camera angles and sound system show the actual objective of the film, its meaning and significance. The actual setting and the actual nature of the characters is also evident in the film. It is also through these three factors we understand the emotions of the writers and the intentions of the director. Though the case study did not exhibit modern technology in their development, the directors did beat the midnight oil to use techniques such as soundtrack system to explain their intentions. Sound is often measured in decibels. These are units which can be detected by a human ear when changed....
Essay on Lewis Structures
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...angles. The angles result to molecular geometry, which is best represented experimentally with the use of balls and sticks. The bonding angles that are involved... Lewis Structures What Do Lewis Structures Mean? Studies in chemistry have involved representation of various concepts inmodels, structures and geometry. The Lewis structures, which were introduced by Gilbert N. Lewis (1916) are mostly referred to as the dot structures and geometries of molecules (Schodek and Bechthold 279), best understood in the concepts of the inner and valence electrons. This concept of the Lewis structure states that the inner electrons, which occupy the energy levels closest to the nucleus of the element are represented...
Film Editing
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...angles as well as different perspectives and arrange them to tell the story. The integrity of the scenes in a shooting is dependent of the editors’ ability to capture the scene with much appeal as possible to the audience that the shoots... FILM EDITING PLAYS A VERY IMPORTANT ROLE IN MAKING GOOD FILMS Lecturer: Address: Film Editing Plays a Very Important Role in Making Good Films Editors are important professionals in the movies and film making industry. The camera operators are obligated to operate the cameras manually, but work with the directors, of photography, in the film making process (DeKoven, 2005, p. 21). The editor is supposed to take shots from various scenes in the scenes from different ang...
Reposition sense of the knee joint in individuals with and without low back pain
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...angle (60 degree angle and 30 degree angle). The mean error for each participants in the LBP and NLBP groups is represented the figures below (Figure 3.1 and Figure 3.2). Figure 3.1: Reposition error in 60 and 30 angles in NLBP group Figure 3.2: Reposition error in 60 and 30 angles in LBP group As illustrated in figure 3.2 low back pain group participants tend to undershoot the target position in 60 angle, on the other hand, the NLBP group tends undershoot in the 30 angle compared with the LBP group (figure 3.1). The average mean errors for both angles... Chapter III Results In this chapter, the results of testing procedure shall be presented through graphs and tables that pertain to the numbered...
Projectile Motion
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...angles 4. To show that the trajectory is a parabola Discussion of the four aspects of the experiment The first part was the experiment following the procedure in part 3.1 was meant to verify that the ball launched at different speeds hit the ground at the same time interval after being shot while the range... the flight, then it should be equal to or very close to the muzzle velocity and this is achieved by setting the gun at an angle of elevation of 35 degrees. In the third part the experiment investigates that the range is the same for complimentary angles. The results indicate a relatively close value for the range and time of flight. This shows that the...
Painting And Sculpture
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...Angles Museum of Holocaust np), new trends and web design standards. I selected the contemporary theme as well as modern... No: PAINTING AND SCULPTURE Introduction Before designing the theme of a museum, a curator must remember the importance of the theme. The importance of the theme can be enhanced by making the theme visually stunning, the theme should utilize all the aspects of the modern visual aids and the computer technology to enhance the visual aspects of the paintings and sculptures. The most important factor is the placement of the certain objects in the museum that could enhance the curiosity of the visitors to attain knowledge about the theme. Museum theme should show the technology (Los...
Feynman's Lost Lecture
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...angles of these triangles are equal (Goodstein & Judith: 69). (Goodstein & Judith: 69) He uses this concept to prove that motion of planet around sun is elliptic not a perfect circular. (Goodstein & Judith: 84) The above is the Feynman diagram which he uses to derive the Kepler’s First Law. In this diagram he shows the velocity vector of planets and shows their movement direction around sun (Goodstein & Judith: 84). He divides the path of planets in small segments... Feynmans Lost Lecture Introduction This book “Feynmans Lost Lecture” is a good thing for all of the followers of the Feynman. This wonderful lecture “The Motion of the Planets Around the Sun” utilizes not anything more highly developed...
Cardboard Sculpture Diary
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...angles needed for the inorganic device: The chosen television. The hand required glue and adhesive to shape paper-thin fingers with less-obvious angles. Your Name Here Your School Here... Here Your School Here Your Here Appropriate Here Cardboard Sculpture Diary Initial Considerations When determining the most appropriate method to manipulate cardboard, it was important to decide how best to create the project of choice, which was determined to be a television and a human hand, which will protrude from the completed sculpture. The most obvious method was to use adhesive products and a pair of scissors to create well-defined corners for the television set. My initial impression was that the cardboard...
Characters on the road
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...angles such as geographical and temporally angles. Ethan and Martin show how some individuals are unable to stick at one locate, considering that life without progress is unsatisfying. Later in the film, Ethan is shown as a knowledgeable and with an attractive mobility. In conclusion, the film searches, talks about the up and downs experienced by individuals and societies in bid to close political, economical, and social gap. Work Cited Orgeron, Devin. Road movies: from Muybridge and Méliès to Lynch and Kiarostami. New York: Palgrave Macmillan, 2008.... Characters on the Road The film d the grapes of wrath generally talks about individuals, who are determined to achievestability by evading the road ...
film analyse /description.
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...angles, which helped to portray the varying twists of this story. The director used a lot of extreme close-ups and close-ups, which allowed the audience to feel more connected with the characters of the story. Since there are so many characters, this connection was vital in keeping up with the plot of the movie. Also due to the amount of events within the larger plot, there were more establishing shots than would normally be in a film. This helped to introduce the different situations, easing the possible confusion that could come from the audience. The Lives of Others relied solely on the talent of the actors and the right camera angles... Film Analysis and The Lives of Others is a German film...
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