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Searching for More about F
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Fishes
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A Fish Is a Fish.150
A Scientists Clues.150
Raising Fish.151
Design an Aquarium.152
To Market, To Market.153
What Do You Think?.153
Fish Bingo.154
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Lesson Plan
Part 1: Go Fish! Exploring The Tragedy of the Commons
Lesson Submitted by: Claire Barnett
Time:
Aim:
1 class period
This is a hands-on lesson adapted from one written by Jeremy Szerlip (Scarsdale High
School, Scarsdale, NY). The purpose of the
Fish Tales
Classroom Activity Guide
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Design-a-Fish
Activity Description: Students will learn about fish anatomy by building their own fi
Fish Adaptations Activity
Objective
Students will examine various structures of fish and explain what they indicate about the
fishs lifestyle.
Students will understand the connection between form and function in living organisms.
Students will research
An Introduction to Studying Animal Behavior in the
Classroom: An OPIHI Extension Activity
Erin Baumgartner
The scientific study of animal behavior (often called Behavioral Ecology, or Ethology) is
more than just watching animals do things, although that i
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AP Physics B HW CH 4
Notice that this packet is very long. Bring it to class everyday. There will be time for
you to work on it in class. DO NOT PROCRASTINATE with this assignment. Please
come in if anything stumps you. Please note that you can ch
EXERCISE 02: NEGOTIATING
Vanessa Puente / Jose Herrasti
Compromised Cube
AXONOMETRIC
For this project, I started by placing diagonal lines connecting from a bottom corner to the top. I then placed two squares on each side in no specfic
order. The rule I f
Constant Acceleration Motion
Theory:
By definition, acceleration
When
v vv o
a= =
t t t o
v o =0 (object starting from rest), and v o =0 , we are left with a=v /t
rewritten as
which can be
v =at .
This equation has the form
y=mx +b .
If we plot v on the y
Vanessa Puente
ARC 362A
Discussion Assignment Week 3: Wittkower
In the reading by Wittkower the author starts off with talking about Renaissance architecture
and how it is said to be an architecture of pure form . He then questions that if the customary
i
Vanessa Puente
ARC 362
Discussion Week 5: Saint
In the reading for this week, the author talks about railways and the roles of the engineer
and the architect. The author starts off by stating that railways are vital and then starts to talk
about who is ch
L-20 Deflection
Deflection is beams (or columns) is a code issue that typically is not tied to life safety. It more often relates to
systems interference and/or systems interaction. Excessive deflection typically will not result in structural
failure
Renaissance to Modern Architecture
ARC 362: Winter 2017, Cayer
Week 1A
Discourse from ARC 361 (Studying Pre-Histories and Histories of Architecture):
How do we construct histories of architecture?
Primary sources: texts, laws, codes, religion, drawings, c
R-1 Rules in Structures
There are approximately 100 students in every structures course. You do things one time. The
things that you do one time are homework, projects, quizzes, and exams. I (or the graduate
R-4B - Basic Structural Diagrams and Structural Grids
Structural diagrams are representations of the real conditions in the buildings that we design.
We will use structural diagrams for virtually every structure or system that we examine.
Structural diagr
ARC323 Homework Lecture Module L-6 58 Points
KEY
1. What is the unit dead load used for structural concrete? 1 Point 145 lb/ft3
Must be converted to 145 lb/ft2 for some calculations only lb/ft3 accep
ARC321 HW L-5 35 Points
1.
KEY
What is a force vector? 1 Point
A force vector is a diagram of a force that shows both the magnitude of the force and its direction of application.
2.
What are the units of a force vector? 1 Point
3.
Are force vectors additi
Individual Homework L-15A KEY
30 Points Points deducted if appropriate diagrams are not provided
Dimensioned Sketches (drawn proportionally correct) including correct strong and weak axes, material
designation and the axis under consideration are req
ARC321 Homework L-15B
Key
17 Points (minus 1 point for each missing sketch) you needed to show you
understand where the strong and weak axes are.
Steel shapes were looked up in the AISC Steel Construction Manual, 13th Edition.
1.
Calculate the section mod
ARC321 Homework L-15C
Key
24 Points
Drawing = 1 point and calculation = 2 points
All steel values were looked up in AISC Steel Construction Manual, 13th Edition
1.
Calculate the radius of gyration of a solid steel member that measures 4 x 6 in its strong
ARC323 Project 1 Structural Steel vs. Wood Design
This is a 3-part project. In this assignment, students will determine structural member sizes based
on rules of thumb and actual calculations for both structural steel and wood based on the
schematic
L-8 Moment
Moment is your seventh and last seminal moment in structures (no pun intended). Essentially
everything that we do in structures depends on moment. We size beams based on moment and walls
are designed to be stable against overturning based
L-9 Load Paths & Tributary Areas
Load paths in a structure are the conduits whereby loads are carried from the top of the building down to the
foundation. If we imagine a flagpole without a flag, the load path is pretty simple. It is simply the weight
ARC321 Project
Discussion Team Project - Revision 1
Determining Stress Using Cross-Polarized Light with Lexan
This is a Critical Thinking/Synthesis Exercise
150 Points
We have spent several weeks in discussion on observation and interpretation
L-3A Basic Structural Elements: Sticks, Strings and Plates
Essentially everything that we design in structures can be thought of as three fairly simple geometric forms, which
are:
q
Sticks
q
Strings
q
Plates
Each of these can serve multiple pu
L-5 - Loads and Vectors
We have discussed some of the basic things about forces in lecture and discussion. You were
exposed to a considerable amount of information about forces in your physic class. In this
reading, we will expand on the directionality of