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Questions On Symmetry Writing Exercise

- Symmetry Writing Exercise PARAGRAPH 1 FePO4 is recognizably different amongst all other α-quartz isotypes as its positively charged cation is representative of a transition metal. It is deliberated at varying thermal states of between 20.85 to 799.85 Degrees Celsius via neutron powder diffraction. At comparatively cooler states, the composition of α-quartz is assembled, of which is tetrahedral. At an immensely high pressure, a denser octahedral formation results, otherwise referred to as the β-phase....   [tags: Temperature, Celsius, Absolute zero]

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The Symmetry: A World with Both Lamb and Tiger

- Why did God create both gentle and fearful creatures. Why did God create a world with bloodshed, pain and terror. "The Tyger" by William Blake, written in 1794 and included in his collection "Songs of Innocence and Experience", takes readers on a journey of faith. Through a cycle of unanswered questions, William Blake motivates the readers to question God. Blake sees a necessity for balance in the world, and suggests to the readers that God created a world with a balance of good and evil so that humanity can see goodness more clearly through contrast and comparison....   [tags: Poetry]

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Symmetry Defines Beauty

- What attracts one person to another. The question is crucial as we consider the values of our society, the emphasis we put on physical beauty and beauty products, the new resurgence of weight loss wonder drugs and popular fad diets, not to mention a new reality TV show devoted to placing a new person under the knife for plastic surgery every week. All of these carry the same message: beauty is nearly synonymous with happiness. So then is the nature of "beauty" a philosophical conundrum, a biological issue, a psychological mind set, or a cultural problem....   [tags: Biology Essays Research Papers]

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Boundaries, Symmetry and Continuity in Radcliffe's The Mysteries of Udolpho

- Below is a passage from I.2 of Radcliffe's The Mysteries of Udolpho concerning the concept of "precepts" in relation to the characters of St. Aubert and his daughter Emily: I have attempted to teach you from your earliest youth, the duty of self- command […] not only as it preserves us from the various and dangerous temptations that call us from rectitude and virtue, but as it limits the indulgences which are termed virtuous, yet which, extended beyond a certain boundary are vicious…All excess is vicious; even that sorrow, which is amiable in its origin, becomes a selfish and unjust passion, if indulged at the expense of our duties....   [tags: Essay on The Mysteries of Udolpho ]

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Definition of Beauty and Its Portrayal in Art and Fashion

- How can beauty be defined and how is it portrayed in art and fashion. Who sets the standards for beauty. What must one do to truly look beautiful. What does feeling beautiful mean. When considering the concept of beauty one must differentiate between the universal and relative perception of beauty. Among the components of universal beauty are harmony, symmetry and utility. However, perception of beauty is also relative, when it is defined by the standards of the time that are subjective to the socio economic values of the era....   [tags: perception, harmony, symmetry, utility]

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Research Article, Mothers And Mothers

- The study on the research article, Mothers and Mothers-in-law, compares the daughters’ relationship with their mothers and mothers-in-law; transitioning into parenthood, using family case studies. There were thirty-three young adult daughters, thirty mothers, and twenty-four mothers-in-law interviewed. Quantitative questionnaires were given to the daughters, their husbands, mothers, and mothers in-law. The daughters came from three small towns from western Massachusetts. Twenty-one of the daughters had children and twelve were without children....   [tags: Mother, Family, Symmetry]

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Factors of Attractiveness

- Growing up children get drilled different moral sayings, one of which is “beauty comes from within” but does it really. The answer is no, we are drawn in by physical appearance then later personality comes into play. When intrigued by someone’s appearance so much that it draws one person to another this is attraction. There are certain aspects off a person appearance that make them attractive to multiple people, things like facial symmetry and body size ratios this is their attractiveness. Upon looking at someone we do not know we are analyzing their facial symmetry or the ratio of their head to shoulders because it’s instinct....   [tags: Article Comparison, Facial Symmetry]

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Gender Symmetry

- Gender Asymmetry is a term that says that masculine qualities tend to be more valued in our society than feminine qualities. This is a term that is made up by our society. We are taught how to behave as a male or a female in our society. This theory allows the concept of male privileged to rule. Hegemonic masculinity, the gender wage gap, marital power and meritocracy all show evidence of gender asymmetry. “The concept of hegemonic masculinity implies that there is a predominant way of doing gender relations that enforces and elevates the social status of masculine over feminine qualities and privileges some masculine qualities over others”.(McGuffey and Rich, p....   [tags: Gender Roles]

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Facial Attractiveness

- What makes a face attractive. This question has been asked for countless years. Several say that symmetry or youthfulness makes up an attractive face. Others say that familiarity and averageness is more attractive. Which side is right. Both sides can agree that expressions play a role in how attractive a person is. What most don’t know is that many find averageness attractive, even if they don’t know that the person is “average.” One of the first scientists to truly ask “What’s in a face?” was Francis Galton....   [tags: symmetry, youthfulness, expression]

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Standard Model: Gauge Theory

- 2. Standard Model The Standard Model is known as a gauge theory, and is based on the symmetry group SU(3)C⊗SU(2)L⊗U(1)Y; as described in the previous section the symmetry group of standard model, describes the strong, weak and electromagnetic interactions, via the exchange of 8 massless gluons and 1 massless photon, respectively, for the strong and electromagnetic interactions, and three massive bosons, W± and Z, for the weak interaction2. Leptons and quarks which are the building blocks of the fermionic matter, are characterized in the structure below, (3) (4) (5) and each quark appears in its three different colours, as shown below2, (6) The notation in the above equa...   [tags: Higgs mechanisms, mecanical engineering]

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Comparing and Contrasting Euclidean, Spherical, and Hyperbolic Geometries

- When it comes to Euclidean Geometry, Spherical Geometry and Hyperbolic Geometry there are many similarities and differences among them. For example, what may be true for Euclidean Geometry may not be true for Spherical or Hyperbolic Geometry. Many instances exist where something is true for one or two geometries but not the other geometry. However, sometimes a property is true for all three geometries. These points bring us to the purpose of this paper. This paper is an opportunity for me to demonstrate my growing understanding about Euclidean Geometry, Spherical Geometry, and Hyperbolic Geometry....   [tags: essays research papers]

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Perspective and the Right Reasons View in Solving Epistemic Disagreements.

- In “The Epistemic Significance of Disagreement”, Thomas Kelly gives two responses to the question “How should awareness of disagreement, with those that you take to be your epistemic equal, effect the rational confidence you have in your beliefs?”. Kelly discusses two possible responses to the question. The first is Richard Foley's first person perspective argument. Adam Elga calls the second the right reasons view (Elga, 2007 pg. 485). Kelly pursues the latter, and does not go further than agreeing with Foley that we should only view these disputes with a first person perspective....   [tags: reflection, disagreement]

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The Tyger By William Blake

- There are often two sides to everything: chocolate and vanilla, water and fire, woman and man, innocence and experience. The presence of two opposing items allows for harmony and balance in the world. Without water, fire cannot be put out and without woman there can be no man. William Blake’s poetry collection Songs of Innocence and of Experience draws parallels between poems of “innocence” and poems of “experience”. His poem The Lamb is mirrored by his poem The Tyger. Although Blake’s poem The Tyger revolved around the idea of a ferocious mammal, its illustration of a sheepish tiger complicates and alters Blake’s message in the poem by suggesting that good and evil simultaneously exist....   [tags: Good and evil, God, William Blake, Evil]

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Symbolism Of The House Of Usher By Edgar Allen Poe

- The Significance of Symbolism in “The Fall of the House of Usher” Some stories can be taken for face value, while others are entirely symbolic with hidden agendas and meanings. In this type of story, the symbolic meaning must add another layer to the story. It is this depth of knowledge that makes these stories a great piece of literature. In the story, “The Fall of the House of Usher,” the author, Edgar Allen Poe, utilizes every aspect of the basic storyline to have symbolic meanings and enhance the short story....   [tags: Edgar Allan Poe, Short story]

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The Third Principle Is True Self Confidence

- to do to get to the next step. Once that is achieved, a person is promoted. There is not a set number of managers that the company has. Each person who achieves a goal will go to the next level. According to Harry Kraemer there are 4 principles to becoming a great leader. The first is self-reflection. In order to lead we must first see a clear picture of ourselves. We must also see what we are good at and what we need to approve on before we can lead others. The second principle is having a balanced perspective....   [tags: Management, ManaGeR, Time]

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Bell Curve Normal Distribution

- Introduction: In this article we can study bell curve normal distribution, which figure most significantly in statistical theory and in application. Normal distribution is also called as the Normal probability distribution. Let us see how to calculate normal distribution. The normal distribution looks like a bell shaped curve. Hence it is also known as normal curve of distribution. Definition of normal distribution: A continuous random variable X is said to follows a normal distribution with parameter μ and σ (or μ and σ2) if the probability functions is f(x) = (1/ σ 2π) e – ½ ((x – μ)/σ)2 ; −∞ < x < ∞, − ∞ < μ < ∞, and σ > 0....   [tags: Statistics]

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Coelomate And Acoelomate

- Most animal phyla originated in a relatively brief span of geological time, however the diversity among them is extraordinary. Every organism is very unique a detailed in certain ways, comparisons of certain types of organisms can be very difficult. The class in which will be compared is that of the invertebrates. The main difference between coelomate and acoelomate body plans are that coelomates have a true coelom, which is a fluid-filled body cavity completely lined by tissue which is derived from mesoderm....   [tags: essays research papers]

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A Reader-Response Based Analysis of William Blake's "The Tyger"

- This essay provides a Reader-Response based analysis of William Blake’s “The Tyger.” Following a brief overview of Reader-Response theory, where the subjects of the reader serve to give meaning to text, the essay begins focusing on the contradiction and the division that lives within the tiger itself. Blake’s “Tyger” is simultaneously a beautiful and ferocious creature. From this, the essay moves forward by examining the multiple references to symmetry made by Blake in “The Tyger,” and proposes that these are an overall collection that contains many of the tiger’s contradictions....   [tags: Literary Analysis ]

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Brunelleschi and The Romans: A Comparison of Technique

- In a time of rebirth and revival of classical thinking into something entirely new, Filippo Brunelleschi thrived as an inspirational architect. He combined Romanesque traditions, with the modern age Renaissance thinking to create a new and defined style of architecture. One of Brunelleschi's most influential works, the Pazzi Chapel, clearly illustrated Roman influence on architecture during the Renaissance. The Pazzi Chapel's overall design was influenced by Brunelleschi's study of building designs in Rome, geometric engineering, and stylistic elements such as: columns, the importance of light, and arches....   [tags: Architecture]

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The Botany of Desire, by Michael Pollan

- Beauty can be defined in many ways. Though, regardless of its definition, beauty is confined by four characteristics: symmetry, health, vibrancy and complexity. Michael Pollan, in the book The Botany of Desire, examines our role in nature. Pollan sets out to discovery why the most beautiful flowers have manipulated animals into propagating its genes. Most people believe that humans are the sole domesticators of nature, although, beauty in some sense has domesticated us by making us select what we perceive as beautiful....   [tags: Defining Beauty, Flowers]

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Beauty, Biology, and Society

- Beauty, Biology, and Society What is beauty. How do human beings decide who is attractive and who is not. Society is full of messages telling us what is beautiful, but what are those definitions based on. Do we consciously decide whom we are attracted to, or is biology somehow involved. The issue of beauty and how we define it has been studied for centuries. Scholars from all fields of study have searched for the "formula" for beauty. Darwin in his book The Descent of Man wrote, "It is certainly not true that there is in the mind of man any universal standard of beauty with respect to the human body....   [tags: Biology Essays Research Papers]

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Ancient Greek And Mesopotamian Art

- Perhaps one of the most defining and easily identifiable aspects of the ancient Greek culture was the immortalization of humans and gods in sculpture. Sculpture had existed in the world for thousands of years before the ancient Greeks made their stake in the art, but the Greeks added an entirely new set of aspects to their sculptures. Unlike the Egyptian and Mesopotamian sculpture centuries earlier, the Greeks set forth not just to capture the image of a man but to capture that which made him a man....   [tags: Sculpture, Ancient Greece, Greeks, Renaissance]

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Magnetic Anisotropy Of Fine Particles

- "Magnetic Anisotropy Of Fine Particles" In nature, single domain particles are magnetized to saturation, where the magnetization has an easy axis, or several easy axes, along which it prefers to lie. In this case the total internal energy is minimum. Rotation of the magnetization vector away from the easy axis is possible only by applying an external magnetic field. This phenomenon is called magnetic anisotropy. Thus, the term magnetic anisotropy describe the dependence of the internal energy on the direction of magnetization of the particle....   [tags: essays research papers]

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Ian Reid. the Short Story. London: Methuen, 1977. a Discussion.

- Ian Reid. The Short Story. London: Methuen, 1977. A Discussion. The intrinsic `properties' of the short story have been in debate for well over a century, often to disparate opinion. Ian Reid however, presents an article that is balanced and unprejudiced, but that simultaneously allows his subtle opinions to be easily ascertained. His views are hospitable and refreshingly broadminded, allowing the reader to derive for himself the right `choice'....   [tags: Comparative Literature]

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A Tale of Two Cities

- Free A Tale of Two Cities Essays - Sydney Carton and Charles Darney Sydney Carton and Charles Darney were alike in certain ways but completely different in other ways. Some of their characteristics were very similar while others were unlike. Carton was an attorney’s assistant who lived in Paris while Darney was a teacher who lived in London. They both had intangibles about them that you just couldn’t put your finger on. These similarities and differences helped develop Dickens’s theme. Though there were some similarities between Sydney and Charles there were not that many....   [tags: Tale Two Cities Essays]

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Beauty Is Consider As You Have A Good Figure, The Looks, And Style

- What is beauty. Beauty is consider as you have a good figure, the looks, and style. According to the book “Plato Symposium” by Robin Waterfield, Socrates argues that beauty comes from love to desire of getting back what is taken from them, where they lack in beautiful or good things. As where Agathon thinks love is a beauty from what you see in your eyes. For Diotime, the priestess, who “…argue that knowledge of beauty begins with direct experience of particular cases and knowledge of the abstract form of beauty is the highest and final stage, distilled from everyday experience” (Ilien)....   [tags: Beauty, Aesthetics, Human physical appearance]

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Analysis Of ' The Sky ' By Nathan Lowndes

- The artwork, called Eyes in the Sky, was drawn by Nathan Lowndes. Featured in this artwork is a green dragon who is hovering in the clouds above a vast city. The dragon is on the left side of the drawing and appears to be wearing silver and gold armor. Clouds cloak the outer edges of the artwork as well as part of the dragon. The city takes up the rest of the artwork and is surrounded by mountains and forests. Trees are spread throughout the city and there is a canal system running through the center of the city....   [tags: Green, Color, Blue, Red]

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History of World Architecture: Renaissance and Baroque Era

- Renaissance, Mannerism, Baroque. The Renaissance Period is one of the well known periods in the history of architecture which is later followed by another known period called the Baroque Era. The Renaissance Era in architecture begins when artists sought to create a new style which is totally different to those of its predecessor at the same time also reviving the styles of which the Romans and Greeks had done before them. This period saw the birth of many new architects that are notable for the Renaissance style; Brunelleschi, the inaugurator of the Renaissance style in Florence, Alberti in Rome, and Bramante for his inauguration of High Renaissance....   [tags: history, architecture]

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Portfolio on Zeros of Quadratic Functions

- In this portfolio, I have learned how to determine the zeros of a function through various algebraical methods and graphically and solving quadratic equations in the complex number system. With these skills and concepts, I was able to apply them to real-world situations. This portfolio shows the various methods to determine the zeros of a quadratic functions. I had learned the four different methods: solve by factoring, square rooting, completing the square, and using the quadratic formula. If an equation is factorable, all four methods can be used to determine the zeros....   [tags: factoring, rooting, sqaure, formula, methods]

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Zoology Biology Quiz: Arthropods and Worms

- Annelids: I learned that the phylum Annelids can consist of many creatures such as earthworms, leeches, and scale worms can adapt to a variety of environments. Annelids’ bodies are divided into segments which are seen as rings by the naked eye. They have muscles which help them move by contracting their longitudinal and circular muscles. When Annelids take in food, the food particles travel through one end of the body and are excreted out the other side. The video enhanced my understanding about Annelids because without seeing different species and what classified them as Annelids I would have never known an earthworm or a leech fell into that phylum....   [tags: Annelids, Chordates, Insects]

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Odor And Attractiveness Of The Scent

- Scent is part of the five senses that are developed when an infant is still in the mother’s womb. It is processed by a part of the brain that correlates with memory, so at a young age an infant could differentiate who their mother is by scent. Odor is a sign and olfactory condition (Waskul & Vannini, 2008). As someone gets older they begin to develop scents they like and dislike. There are also scents that people find attractive and unattractive. When meeting another individual for the first time a human’s first instinct is to smell them without realizing it....   [tags: Odor, Olfaction, Unpleasant odor, Body odor]

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Persuasive Essay : The Potentiality Argument

- My goal in this essay is to show that Tooley’s response to the Potentiality Argument (that is, the argument formulated in the essay question) is not successful and that the fetus ' potential for a valuable life and future does morally justify extending to it a right to life. I begin with a formulation of the Potentiality Argument. Next, I present Tooley’s response to this argument. Finally, I argue that this response fails to establish the claim that killing a person and letting a person die both have an equal moral standpoint....   [tags: Human, Morality, Religion, Person]

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Ancient Egyptians And The Egyptian Culture

- The ancient Egyptians were a very creative group of people, whether they were documenting moments in their history, creating works of art, or showing reverence to their leaders and gods. When they did this, they showed an appreciation for symbolism, symmetry and color. In doing so, many of their works were entwined with their cultural beliefs and practices. This allowed them to demonstrate the way they saw the world physically and spiritually. As a nation the ancient Egyptians expressed their culture through murals, jewelry and monuments which had an influence on history and proved to represent them as a historical world power....   [tags: Ancient Egypt, Egypt, Ramesses II, Egyptians]

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The History of Human Beauty

- Throughout history, civilizations have admired the beauty that the world has presented, but isn’t beauty held in the eye of the beholder. The word can be used to describe a variety of things. It can describe places, animals, objects, people and even ideas. However, the one beauty our society embraces today is human beauty. Because the perception of beauty differs from person to person, different ideas of beauty developed throughout history, which in turn formed standards for human beauty, and these standards have had a massive impact on today’s society....   [tags: Human Aesthetics]

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The Roman And Roman Architecture

- The Roman use of the arches and columns made a great impact on structure and good looking buildings (“Ancient Roman Architecture”). Even though they based almost all of their architecture on making domes, some of their improvements in the use of material made a really great impact. The Holocaust memorial on Meridian Avenue at Miami Beach shows a really great resemblance to roman architecture, even though the roman temples were to honor the gods and the Holocaust memorial was to honor the dead of millions of Jews who died at the hands of the Nazis; the look of the columns show similar form to those used in Roman buildings like Maison Carree, Nimes....   [tags: Gothic architecture, Romanesque architecture]

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Art Of The Mummy Of Pharaoh Tutankhamun

- Art played a significant role in almost everything the Egyptians did, from the worship of their gods to the funeral of their dead. Symmtry, patterns, colors and symbolism were significant aspects of their art and many cultures learned to adapt these to their own forms of creative work. Through these various art forms they were able to adapt their cultural view that their religious beliefs were central to their existence, which brought them unity and prosperity. Ancient Egypt brought the world many wonders whose impact on history can still be seen today and those that best represent their cultural ideas are found in the art of their jewelry, sarcophagi and paintings....   [tags: Ancient Egypt, Egypt, Egyptians]

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Classical Design Elements In Architecture

- Classical Design Elements In Architecture Throughout history, Classical ideals of the ancient Greeks and Romans have been prevalent in all facets of art. In architecture this is especially true. A few of the Classical ideals employed in architecture are colonnaded porticoes, domed centers and symmetrical designs. Architects such as Andrea di Pietro, Christopher Wren and Thomas Jefferson used these Classical design elements in their respective works. These highly regarded individuals were architects of the Mannerist, Baroque and Neo-Classical Ages respectively....   [tags: essays papers]

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Differences In Animal Phyla

- Because they are grouped in the same kingdom, the nine animal phyla share the same fundamental characteristics- they are multicellular, heterotrophic eukaryotes that obtain nutrients through ingestion, they lack cell walls, they have nervous tissue and muscle tissue, and they reproduce sexually and have a unique embryonic life cycle. However, the animal phyla have a great number of differences as well. Some are visible to the naked eye, while others are less obvious, and still more cannot even be seen after embryonic development....   [tags: essays research papers]

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Dichotomous Key

- Dichotomous Key Prior to evolutionary theory, scientists relied on similarity of physical characteristics to classify organisms. An 18th century naturalist, Carolus Linneas, developed a taxonomic classification system. This hierarchical system divides organisms into 5 kingdoms. Organisms visible to the unaided human eye fall into the plant, animal, or fungi kingdom. Kingdoms are then divided into phylum. This division is based body type and skeletal organization. Phylum are then divided into subphylum....   [tags: Papers]

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Leonardo da Vinci

- Leonardo de Vinci (1452-1519), considered a pioneer artesian, of the high renaissance, was best known for his art, science, and his wisdom. He believed in only what he could observe. His drawing Vitruvian Man (1490) is the balanced perfection of human anatomy. The fascinating artisanship, undertaken from a drawing, inside his mysterious notebook, illustrates, dissects, and shapes an understanding of the mechanical symmetry of humanity. His correlation between man and universe has enlightened the modern studies of medicine and machine for centuries....   [tags: Biography]

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Comparing Matthias Grunewald 's Poem ' Crucifixion With The Virgin, Saints John The Evangelist And St Mary Magdalene

- I believe the two artworks of pair number six are similar in terms of their subject matter and content, however, the method of showing the content differs and the context behind the content does as well. I also believe that Matthias Grunewald uses a similar triangular composition from Pietro Perugino’s painting “Crucifixion with the Virgin, Saints John the Evangelist and Saint Mary Magdalene” in his own work, the “Isenheim Altarpiece.” First, both artworks are about the crucifixion of Jesus Christ and have the focal point as Jesus on the cross surrounded by saints....   [tags: Jesus, Resurrection of Jesus, Gospel of Luke]

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The Influence of Graphene Sheets Ionization on Their Structures

- To study the influence of graphene sheets ionization on their structures we, firstly, should define some useful parameters. There are two types of bonds in graphene sheets, one ‘horozontal’ (b1) and one ‘vertical’ (b2) (Fig. 2). Fig. 2. The model used herein to define structural parameters of graphene sheets: ‘horizontal’ (b1) and ‘vertical’ (b2) bond lengths. Terminate carbon atoms, between which the length of the sheet is measured, are colored in black. Hydrogen atoms omitted for clarity. It should be noted, that we use such notations to emphasize the basic difference of these bonds....   [tags: atom, carbon, bonds]

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Beauty Is a Reflection of Culture and Perception

- ... A woman’s main purpose for enduring this is so she can seem sexually attractive. Many seem to forget that beauty is a reflection of our inner spirit. No matter if a woman goes through a process to beautify herself or not, the final result is a beautiful work of art. “The quest for beauty has changed significantly but the purpose remains the same, to show off material wealth, social position, authority, and flaunt sexual appeal” (“The Cultural Implications of Beauty”). This process and purpose varies from culture to culture....   [tags: characteristics, attractiveness, society]

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A Simplistically Styled House by Heinrich Tessenow

- My aim is to investigate why Tessenow chooses to use such methods of design which are simplistic in style for his own house and how it relates to his other designs in terms of size and dimensions. I would like to see how Tessenow’s work compares to that of other European architects, if there any links, or if Tessenow followed or started any trends in German architecture. But primarily i will focus on the use of space and seeing whether there is a barrier between public and private space or not. I would like to explore how the building affects the user, whether it possesses emotional interfaces, which in turn influence people differently....   [tags: Heinrich Tessenow, architecture, ]

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Personal Awarness of Architecture in the City

- ... The pipe through which light falls is nothing but a space signifying rhetori c rising from that colorlessness. Interior elements and skylights in both the house cal led Black Recurrence (JA, January, 1976) and the Kamiwada house are intended to represent urban rhythm. But even more interesting for me is the way in which meaning spaces can be dismantled, as I have shown in the design processes for a series .of house&. This tendency to be concerned with dismantling has become especially noticeable in houses designed between the one in Nakano and the Kamiwada house....   [tags: collage, homogenity, graphics, space]

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Origin of Mass of Subatomic Particles

- ... These are deemed in what scientists call, generations. Thus, the first generation consists of the most stable and lightest. The heavier and less stable particles belong to the second and third generations. All stable matter in the universe is made from particles that belong to the first generation; any heavier particles quickly decay to the next most stable level. There are four fundamental forces at work in the universe 1) the strong force, 2) the weak force, 3) the electromagnetic force, and 4) gravitational force....   [tags: theory,, discovery, particles]

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What is The Game of Life?

- The Game of Life is a cellular automaton that replicates the survival and death of populations based on predefined rules. John Conway, a mathematician at Princeton University, released the Game of Life in 1970. The Game of Life is an unpredictable simulation. When a portion of a board setup achieves symmetry the symmetry is maintained unless the formation merges with another. The symmetry can increase and become very complicated. The game operates on a two dimensional grid and cells live or die based on the states of their neighbors....   [tags: simulation, cells, infection]

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The Tyger And Tiger 's Head

- When it comes to art and poems, there are a lot more in common than people think. You can find many of the same values in paintings and in poems. For example, in William Blake’s poem “The Tyger” and in Abbott Handerson Thayer’s painting Tiger’s Head, there is seen a type of division in them. In “The Tyger”, a religious type of separation is seen. In Tiger’s Head, a good and evil type of separation is seen. “The Tyger” and Tiger’s Head both show types of separation, but have some different types of separation involved....   [tags: God, Good and evil, Abbott Handerson Thayer, Deity]

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Application Of Electron Movement Through Media

- The ability to control the flow of electrons has, of late, become a necessity for human society. Through the years, the use of electronic technology has increased exponentially; this has created a need to expand our knowledge of the concepts of electron movement through media in order to optimize and innovate that electronic technology. While possessing a complete understanding of electron behavior and movement is currently unfeasible, if experimental data can be applied to current understandings of physics, then an understanding of electron flow is more feasibly obtained....   [tags: Fluid dynamics, Reynolds number, Fluid mechanics]

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Digital Block For A Fucntion Generator

- Digital Block Design Design introduction The Digital Block is the heart of this digitally controlled function generator. Symmetry and frequency variation is direct result of the design of this block. In this design the emphasis was on simplicity and some target specifications at the top of the frequency variation were compromised in order to achieve greater simplicity. This design achieves 28 frequencies in the range of 100Hz to 100kHz. Whilst the 17 frequencies from the range 100Hz to 10kHz are symmetry variable in five steps from 0.1 to 0.5....   [tags: essays research papers]

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Roman Art : Ancient Greece

- Roman artwork is extremely intricate and diverse, however, a lot of what is referred to as Roman art can better be described by the cultures it conquered. The ancient Greeks were the most influential of these cultures, from their temples and sculptures, to their reliefs and paintings. Greece was the first culture to create major programs for sculpture, painting, and architecture. Many of the first Roman artists were of Greek descent as their artwork reflects the Classical and Hellenistic periods of ancient Greece....   [tags: Roman Empire, Ancient Rome, Rome, Roman Republic]

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A Picture Of President Obama

- When close reading a visual text, there are many elements to consider when evaluating a photograph. I chose to closely analyze a picture of President Barack Obama not saluting to military officers when exiting a plane through the lense of a picture of a military personnel in combat. When looking at President Obama exiting the plane without salute, we can see how Obama’s face looks like he’s in too much of a hurry to salute military officers which most people don’t see. The elements symmetry, color, and perspective really help in analyzing the two photos in comparison to each other to come up with the overall conclusion that military officers deserve a salute from everyone in the country, esp...   [tags: United States, Barack Obama]

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Introduction to Mathematics Glossary of Terms

- Introduction to mathematics glossary of terms: In glossary all intend mathematical terms can be substantiate in plain language. In this mathematics glossary of terms is formulated in response to requests from teachers and others during the national curriculum consultation. . Mathematics glossary of terms is always incomprehensible even before they get heavy into the Greek symbols. Now we are learned in this topic about mathematics glossary of terms. Some terms of mathematics glossary of terms: * Absolute value * Acute angle * Acute triangle * Additive identity * Additive inverse * Adjacent angles * A...   [tags: Mathematics ]

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Speach Therapy Treatment Plan

- ... K. smiles in a more symmetric way. We choose for a treatment frequency of 45 minutes a week, because in the article of Beurskens et al. (2004,p. XX) is described that this is the usual treatment frequency when someone has a facial paresis. Methods: We will use mime therapy. According to Beurskens & Heymans (2006, p. 1) mime therapy improves facial symmetry and reduces the severity of paresis in people with facial nerve paresis. The aim of mime therapy is to promote symmetry of the face at rest and during movement (Beurskens et al., 2004, p....   [tags: articulation, methods, exercises]

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Obsessive Compulsive Disorder (OCD)

- Obsessive Compulsive Disorder (OCD) is an anxiety disorder which makes people has behaviors that they have to perform. It is an obsessive thought and they cannot ignore it, so they perform it until they feel safety the need. It is normal to check if the oven if off, to check the door is lock, but OCD is a want in their mind they cannot control. There are different categories for OCD, washers who are scare of contamination, checks who repeatedly check things, doubters are scare if nothing is not perfect then someone bad will happen, arrangers are order and symmetry, and hoarders who keep everything because they think something bad will happen if they throw it away....   [tags: behavior, control, hoarders, treatment]

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Chirality in Chemistry

- Chirality in Chemistry Chirality is a term which may be applied to any asymmetric object or molecule. It is the property of non-identity of an object with its mirror image. A chiral compound is one which is not superimposable on its mirror image. This property of molecules has a great importance in the chemistry feild as it provides us with an understanding of the shapes of molecules which then in turn, gives us an insight on the way they react in a particular reaction. Chirality in chemistry is described in many ways but the universal defination of chirality was given by Lord Kelvin in 1904 who defined chirality in his 'Baltimore Lectures' on 'Molecular Dynam...   [tags: Papers]

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Comparison of the Poems The Tyger and The Lamb

- Comparison of the Poems The Tyger and The Lamb In William Blake’s Songs of Innocence and Experience we are confronted with a powerful juxtaposition of nature. The innocuous ‘lamb’ and the ferocious ‘Tyger’ are designed to be interpreted in comparison with each other. Both creatures innovatively define childhood, they provide a contrast between youthful innocence and the experience of age contaminating it. ‘The Lamb’ is simplistic in vocabulary and style, Blake uses childish repetitions nostalgic of children’s nursery rhymes....   [tags: William Blake Youth Childhood Essays]

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Use of Language in James Joyce's Ulysses

- Use of Language in James Joyce's Ulysses In his essay “The Decomposing Form of Joyce’s Ulysses,” Henry Staten has argued “that Ulysses achieves some of its most characteristic effects by pressing the internal logic of mimesis to the limit, above all through onomatopoeia, which manifests in a peculiarly condensed way the self-contradictory character of the realist project” (Staten 174-5). Mimetic narrative and method are undone by an onomatopoeiac mode, which is conceived by Stephen “as the pure self-expression or self-annunciation of reality” (175): “Signatures of all things I am here to read, seaspawn and seawrack, the nearing tide…” (Ulysses 3.2-3, emphasis added)....   [tags: James Joyce Ulysses Decomposition Essays]

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Hitchcock’s Work at an Auteur in his Movie, Vertigo

- Hitchcock’s Work at an Auteur in his Movie, Vertigo Though complex and brilliantly written for its time, the plot of Alfred Hitchcock’s film, Vertigo, is only half of the genius behind it. Alfred Hitchcock’s unique presence as an auteur is truly what sets his films apart. There is symmetry to his shots that give the film an artistic feel, as if each frame were a painting. Many times, within this symmetry, Hitchcock places the characters in the center of the frame; or if not centered, then balanced by whatever else is adding density to the shot....   [tags: Movie Film Essays]

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Physics of Swimming

- Common Strokes for Swimming There are four common strokes associated with swimming: butterfly, backstroke, breaststroke, and crawl stroke. Breaststroke and backstroke are considered ‘rest’ strokes; crawl stroke, also known as freestyle, and butterfly are known as ‘power’ strokes. A rest stroke uses less energy to travel the same distance, however; it takes longer to achieve this distance. A power stroke uses more energy and covers greater distances in less time. The sidestroke and elementary-backstroke are two more rest strokes used in swimming....   [tags: Sport Sports Swimming Swim Physics]

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Use Of Area, Length And Set Model, By Van De Walle, Karp, & Bay Williams

- Introduction Van De Walle, Karp, & Bay-Williams (2013) and MacDonald (2008) highlight that fractions involve concepts that are difficult to learn, difficult to teach and present constant pedagogical challenges, especially in reference to misconceptions. Thoughtful lesson planning that includes visual representations such as area, length and set models, real life contexts, partitioning, iterating, a variety of tasks and opportunities to question learners’ reasoning will help them to understand fraction concepts and correct misconceptions....   [tags: Elementary arithmetic, Number]

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Analysis Of Benjamin West And An Unnamed Porcelain Artist And Silversmith Intentional Collaborative Work

- Trying to compare two artworks, originating from two completely different styles and Era would have the viewer think that there is not much similarities between them. One can argue that some work of art relates or reflects similar events, just like history repeating itself. However, I now disagree with that notion, especially after visiting the Los Angeles County Museum of Art. Naively assuming that the time of turbulence during 18th century in any countries would produce artworks with even a smidge of similarity in subject matter, I was politely disproven of the thought....   [tags: Trojan War, Greek mythology, Achilles, Iliad]

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How Does the Embryo Take Form and Differentiate to Become an Organised Organism?”

- ... A number of methods were used to show this discovery. Embryos were analysed during a whole mount in situ hybridisation, and also by histological techniques (Nonaka & Tanaka, 1998). To view the nodal cilia, fluorescent microscopy using a confocal laser microscope, and immunoelectron microscopy using electron microscopy was used without electron staining (Nonaka & Tanaka, 1998). Electron microscopy was also used with electron staining to view the embryo (Nonaka & Tanaka, 1998). Fluorescent latex beads were used to visualise nodal flow, and the image was projected to a camera, where the fluoresced beads could highlight the nodal flow and differentiate it from all other structures (Nonaka &...   [tags: genes, scientific community]

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The Total Work of Art or the Total Way of Life

- The Total Work of Art or the Total Way of Life Gesamtkunstwerk is a term that literally means the total work of art. However, it contains too many conceptions in itself. First appearance of this term is in Richard Wagner’s Die Kunst und die Revolution [“The Art and Revolution”], dated 1849. Roughly, Gesamtkunstwerk is a notion that “heaping together the various arts – architecture, landscape painting, dance, drama and music” (Daverio, 1986). However, this Wagnerian concept brought a discussion around the totality of an art work....   [tags: Art ]

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Stability Indicating and Kinetic Determinations of Fluvastatin Sodium by RP-HPLC-DAD Method

- 2.5 Kinetic Determination 2.5.1 Kinetic investigation of FVS in acidic degradation The kinetics of the acid degradation of FVS were evaluated in 0.1 M HCl at 70°C for different time periods. Solutions containing 1 mg/mL of the FVS were prepared in water. An appropriate aliquot was transferred into a volumetric flask, and diluted with 0.1 M HCl to give final concentration of 100µg/ml FVS. This solution was heated to 70°C and evaluated for time intervals of 30 min, 60 min and 120 min. Three samples were analyzed for each time interval....   [tags: physical chemistry, analysis]

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The Author 's Presence A Pool Of Readings Sixth Edition

- “What Meets the Eye”, this topic absolutely caught my full attention in personalized reading list for "Psychology and Human Behavior" members. It was by Daniel Akst and it can be found in our textbook “The Writer’s Presence A Pool of Readings Eighth Edition” page three hundred twenty nine. Its topic has completely reflecting the main idea of this expository writing, my interpretation of it is what caught your attention. We are humans and we are much on the visualization basis. Almost everyone, we have to admit that we judge people at the first sight....   [tags: Human physical appearance, Physical attractiveness]

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I Wandered Lonely As A Cloud, And Auguries Of Innocence

- Since the dawn of human intellectual capacity humanity has been given a choice: embrace the natural ignorance of common life or innovate in hopes of advancement. This question has been asked of all of us and has been answered in various ways throughout the generations. During the 18th century, the age of Enlightenment answered this question through the application of the scientific method. The advancement of science and reason quickly became the center of daily life, eclipsing humanities view on the natural world in the process through the industrial revolution....   [tags: Romanticism, Samuel Taylor Coleridge, England]

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Impure Science: AIDS, Activism, and the Politics of Knowledge

- Reading Response Impure Science: AIDS, Activism, and the Politics of Knowledge Steven Epstein is a sociologist whose expertise lies in health care inequalities and research on human subjects. Published in 1995, Impure Science: AIDS, Activism, and the Politics of Knowledge is a study of the politicized production of knowledge in the AIDS epidemic in the United States. This work shows Epstein’s interest in how expertise is constructed, the ways in which those who are considered “outsiders” can influence medicine, and how credibility is gained and lost....   [tags: Diseases, Disorders]

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William Blake 's Poem, The Lamb And The Tyger

- The acclaimed poet and artist William Blake is from London where he begins his career as an artist and a painter. He lives most of his life in extreme poverty, although his works are recognized as valuable within his lifetime. His Christian theology begins to form at the date of his little brother’s sudden death from consumption. Blake claims he sees his brother’s spirit rise from his corpse, clapping and dancing with joy. Shortly after this event, Blake begins to work on his acclaimed publication Songs of Innocence which contains the poem The Lamb....   [tags: William Blake, The Tyger, Poetry by William Blake]

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Light Exposure on the Regeneration of Dugesia Dorotocephala

- Light exposure on the regeneration of Dugesia dorotocephala Introduction The objective of this experiment was to test the effect of light exposure on the regeneration of Dugesia dorotocephala. Dorotocephala is a species which belongs to the kingdom Animalia, class Turbellaria, order Seriata, these worms are classified in the suborder Tricladida based on the three main branches of their digestive system. They are further subdivided based upon ecological habitat. They come in freshwater, marine and terrestrial forms (Alvarado, Reddien)....   [tags: Experiment, Light Exposure, Worms]

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Polanyi versus Hayek in the Topic of Market

- According to Karl Polanyi, a market is a meeting place for the purpose of exchange and transaction (Polanyi 1957, 56). The prompt states that a standard view of market holds that most or all values are external to the logic of self-interested, mutually beneficial exchange. Karl Polanyi and Friedrich Hayek analyze this view of market in their writings and evaluate it according to their own beliefs. Hayek seems to agree with the standard view. He believes that values like the concern for justice or the minimizing of people suffering are not embedded in the market, but are external from it....   [tags: economics views and theories]

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Study of Co-Existence and Competition at Warren Woods

- Discussion Reproduction and passing on genetic and behavioral traits to an offspring is a common fundamental to all the species on this planet. When studying forest ecology, it is crucial to study the proportion of individuals surviving at each stage of their growth as the lives and mortality experienced in a species population describes a characteristic of the species in question. In the case of American beech and sugar maple, their attempt to produce seeds is analogous to entering lottery, where every seedling has a potential chance of becoming a canopy but only some will survive and reach the canopy size; thus, becoming the fit ‘winners’....   [tags: dendrology, canopy trees, American beech]

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How Marketing Is Distorting the Idea of Beauty

- Most individuals believe that fat or overweight people are lazy, ugly, stinky, unwanted and unkempt. This fat hate is what motivates the “cult of thinness”. Our Americans know consciously that the men and women in the magazines look better than any person possibly could in real life. However, unconsciously the message presented is that we should look like this. The truth is that the media wants to sell all cultures of men women discontentment in order to make a profit. Perfect idealisms of beauty negatively impact our children, our teens, our young women and men differently but equally....   [tags: self esteem distortion, eating disorders]

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A Comparison of The Renaissance and Baroque Periods

- Since the first prehistoric cave painting, and perhaps much before that, the human race has always used art as a form of expression. With the passing of each historical period came new technologies and techniques and were all influenced by the unique style, characteristics, and social conditions of those periods. Even though, each period discovered new forms and unique styles of art most historical periods were influenced by an earlier period of history. In this essay, I will explore the relationship, style, and influences of the Renaissance and Baroque periods and will also compare and contrast a work of art from both periods to further explain the relationship between the two eras....   [tags: art, architecture, techniques]

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Death and the Compass by Jorge Luis Borges

- Secret Morphology and a Vicious Series: Shape and Pattern in Borges Ford Maddox Ford famously thought that an author should open with “the note that suggests the whole book.” In the short story “Death and the Compass,” Borges’ third sentence accomplishes this: “But he did divine,” he writes of his detective-protagonist Erik Lönnrot, “the secret morphology of the vicious series.” Indeed, fixation on shape and form, pattern and symmetry – for conformation – is fundamental to Borges’ story. This is not surprising: After all, the equidistant triangle that connects the locations of the three enigmatic crimes on the city map is “the key” that solves the mystery....   [tags: ford maddox, short story]

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Complete Friendships And ' Decent ' Individual '

- Complete Friendships and “Decent” Individuals In the Nichomachean Ethics, Aristotle states that there are three distinct types of friendship: utility, pleasure, and complete. Both utility and pleasure friendships are fueled by self-gain defined by usefulness or pleasantness. These friendships are coincidental and easily dissolve due to lack of foundation among many other factors. Aristotle believes the ultimate friendship between two individuals is complete friendship. In this enduring relationship, both parties wish the same good on the other as one would wish upon oneself....   [tags: Virtue, Friendship, Ethics, Person]

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What Could Be Cause Of The Tingling Sensation?

- An anxious patient is having rapid and shallow breathing. After a few moments, he complains of a tingling sensation. What could be causes of the tingling sensation. The patient could be an experiencing an episode of hyperventilation. The symptoms of hyperventilation are dyspnea, shortness of breath, feeling of suffocation, dizziness and tingling sensations felt in the extremities. “When the patient experiences dizziness and tingling sensation in the extremities, they are both produced by hyperventilation-induced alkalosis” (Meuret, Ritz, Wilhelm, & Roth, 2005, p....   [tags: Carbon dioxide, Oxygen, Heart]

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Use of Magnetic Gradiometers in Marine CSEM

- Typically, marine CSEM surveys measure magnetic and electric fields using seafloor sensors. Three components can be measured for both electric and magnetic fields, though vertical magnetic fields can be problematic. For the marine CSEM problem in an axisymetric earth, this component (BZ) is identically zero and so measurement is typically made of inline (EX and BX) crossline (EY and BY) and vertical electric field (EZ). Magnetic gradients are the gradients of the magnetic fields (BX and BY) in particular directions....   [tags: Information Technology]

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Option A: Developmental Dyslexia: Explanations and Responses

- 1. Dyslexia Research Just as our current understanding of literacy has formed from multiple lines of research over a diverse range of disciplines, so has our understanding of dyslexia. The multifaceted research in both these related fields has led to a wide scope of understanding for both the terms ‘literacy’ and ‘dyslexia’. As subject specialists concentrate on investigations in their own disciplines; others attempt to draw these divergent lines of research together to form coherent images of both literacy and dyslexia that can be amalgamated with the political context of policy-makers in governments and institutions as well as those views of pressure groups such as the British Dyslexia Ass...   [tags: Literacy ]

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Evaluating Algebra 1 Textbook & Reading Strategies

- Introduction In Yorba Buena high school, English Language Learning (ELL) student face obstacles connecting with the textbooks and comprehending the academic content. Section 10.1 of the Algebra 1 textbook (Larson, Boswell, Kanold & Stiff, 2007) is analyzed for comprehensibility and strategies to support students to connect with the text at intellectual level (Vacca, Vacca & Mraz, 2011). The chapter ten of the textbook will be thought at a tenth grade class during the week of March 11, 2012. Most of the learners in this Algebra 1 class are classified as level three and level four ELL students (California department of Education, 1999) and most of the students speak fluent conversational Engli...   [tags: Education]

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