1. Plot the following sounding on the thermodynamic diagram. Plot each temperature as a small circle
and connect the circles with ruled lines. Plot the dew point as small x's and connect the x's with ruled
When backups of archived redo log files are taken on the primary database:
Issue the following command on the standby database:
CONFIGURE ARCHIVELOG DELETION POLICY TO APPLIED ON STANDBY;
Issue the following command on the primary database:
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As Grid : crsctl stop resource -all
crsctl stop has
mv listener.ora listener.ora.bkup_for_asm.06/24/2015
AS root :
[root@AE1B-P-ORA02-V ~]# cd /dev/oracleasm/disks/
[root@AE1B-P-ORA02-V disks]# ls -ltr
Select 'AUDIT SELECT TABLE, UPDATE TABLE, INSERT TABLE, DELETE TABLE BY '|username| ' BY ACCESS;' from dba_users
where username not in ('SYS',
SELECT table_name, tablespace_name FROM dba_tables WHERE table_name IN
('AUD$', 'FGA_LOG$') ORDER BY table_name;
select segment_name,bytes/1024/1024 size_in_megabytes from dba_segments
where segment_name in ('AUD$','FGA_LOG$');
select * fro
Front Homework (easy points) Out of 30
Return these answers back to the drop box.
1. Suppose an mP air mass moving eastward from the Pacific Ocean travels across
the United States. Describe all of the modifications that could take place as this
air mass m
Temperature and Humidity Lab
This activity will look at two of the most fundamental and important elements of weather:
temperature and humidity.
1. The students will discover the need for measuring instruments to quantify weather
I went outside once a day for 10 days and I tried to vary the times as best as possible with my
4:50 pm Sunny, Cirrus clouds moving SE. Pressure 29.95 (s) 31 degrees and calm, humidity 43%.
Cirrus clouds are high, thin, wispy clo
Chapter 1 Goals
1. Distinguish between weather and climate.
2. List the basic elements of weather and climate.
3. List and briefly describe the four major spheres that make up the natural environment.
4. Describe Earth as a system.
5. Discuss the importan
Answers to Questions for Review
Temperature is a measure of the average speed of atoms and molecules.
Heat is energy in the process of being transferred from one object to another because of the
temperature difference between them.
a. Each degree