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Brooks Reierson 1/23/19 1. Summarize what you learned from the chapter regarding Illumination Theory, Visibility and Illuminance in one or two paragraphs. Illumination theory is a very complicated process with the light rays passing through the pupil, the cornea and lens. The clarity of vision comes from the visibility that as three critical factors visual angle, contrast and illuminance which is the most important one. There is a range of illuminances low (- 1), middle (0) and high (+1). Illumination are usually measured by a light meter but illuminance is done measured with a photometer. 2. Why don't food manufacturers make blue margarine? Appeal to the appetite 3. Describe and explain the fundamental equation of wave propagation. C=sound velocity (1125 ft/s) f= frequency (Hz h(looks like something else) = wavelength (ft) As the wavelength increases the frequency decreases. 4. Present and describe the heat balance equation and discuss why it is important. S=M+-C+-R-E M = Heat gain of metabolism C = Heat gain or lost due to convection
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