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GEH1036 TUTORIAL 1 (WEEK 3)
1. A configuration of tiles is formed from n identical uniform square tiles of side 2x and
thickness y. The tiles are rigidly glued together one tile over another in such a way that two
parallel sides of the tiles are al
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GEH1036 TUTORIAL 2 (WEEK 4)
1. Find the number of integers from 1 to 1000 inclusive which are
(a) multiples of at least one of the integers 3, 5, 7,
(b) multiples of at least two of the integers 3, 5, 7,
(c) multiples of exactly one of the integers
Week 11:
Representation of
Body in
Bollywood
Dr ARUNIMA DATTA
Overview
Understanding Body
Social contexts and representations
Body in Bollywood Movies
Body standards/ideals
Body and ethics
Movies this week
Conclusion
How do we perceive body?
Need
India and
Bollywood:
idea of nation
Week 3:
23 August 2016
Dr Arunima Datta
SASP
OVERVIEW
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Viewers & target market: tracing trends
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How a NATION is defined in Bollywood
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Agenda
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Various elements
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Fluid representations
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Continuities
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Conclusion/reca
General Education Module (GEM)
Einsteins Universe & Quantum Weirdness
GEH1027
Setting the tone !
Nonmenclature
We may be Physics majors but we want to learn
about Relativity & Quantum Theories from a
different angle (Human Culture Pillar) and catch
on the
GEK1508 Einsteins Universe and Quantum Weirdness
Compiled Notes (Weeks 1-6)
Names and Faces of Famous Scientists
Albert Einstein
Chandrasekhar
Carl Sagan
Arthur
Eddington
George Francis
Fitzgerald
Galileo
Hendrik
Lorentz
Isaac Newton
Maxwell
Albert
Abraha
Open book Test 1
Test
1: Monday lecture slot
27
Feb. 2017 (7th week)
After
one week-term break
Star Gazing at Johor 10th Feb. Friday
About Open Book Test 1
(Monday Lecture slot)
27th Feb. 2017
MCQ & short Questions : If you have participated in all
the Ze
Special Relativity properties from Minkowski diagrams
Nilton Penha1 and Bernhard Rothenstein2
1
2
Departamento de Fsica, Universidade Federal de Minas Gerais, Brazil - [email protected]
Politehnica University of Timisoara, Physics Department, Timiso
GEH1027 / GEK1508
Einsteins Universe and Quantum Weirdness
2016/17 S2
Tutorial 2
For discussion with your Tutorial mates
1a) Explain to a friend why one (P) cannot see the light sent by Q. So when can P see this light ?
1b) Use the cartoon (below) on the
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Chapter 36
General Theory of Relativity
2)University P
GEH1027/GEK1508
Einsteins Universe and
Quantum Weirdness
Tutorial 2
What is the purpose of the irritating negative sign in the
Minkowskis metric?
Is spacetime interval an invariant quantity?
Is the energy dispersion relation an invariant quantity?
Wha
GET1029/GEK1067
LIFE, THE UNIVERSE, AND
EVERYTHING
A/P Loy Hui Chieh
Department of Philosophy
AY2016-17, Semester 2
L01: Introduction
Agenda
About the module (what it is and is not about)
Schedule and work flow
Your instructors and tutors
Introducing
GET1029/GEK1067
LIFE, THE UNIVERSE, AND
EVERYTHING
A/P Loy Hui Chieh
Department of Philosophy
AY2016-17, Semester 2
L03: Factory-Farmed Meat
Agenda
Factory Farming: what it is?
The Utilitarian Argument against consuming factory-farmed
products
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Tutorial 11: Solutions
Q. 1
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Selected slides on Graphs
For the rest of the material in the
lectures, please refer to the
textbook Living with Mathematics,
McGraw-Hill.
3. Graphs
3.1 The seven bridges of Konigsberg
In 1736, the following problem was posed to the
Swiss mathematician Le
Selected slides from lectures:
Counting 3
For the rest of the material in the
lectures, please refer to the
textbook Living with Mathematics,
McGraw-Hill.
Given n different objects, in how many ways can you
choose k of them?
This is equivalent to asking:
Selected slides from lectures:
Reasoning 1
For the rest of the material in the
lectures, please refer to the
textbook Living with Mathematics,
McGraw-Hill.
The art of reasoning consists in getting hold
of the subject at the right end, seizing on the
few g
Selected slides from lectures:
Reasoning 2
For the rest of the material in the
lectures, please refer to the
textbook Living with Mathematics,
McGraw-Hill.
Foundations of modern logic laid by
Bertrand Russell (1872 - 1970)
Alfred North Whitehead (1861 1
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Reasoning 3
For the rest of the material in the
lectures, please refer to the
textbook Living with Mathematics,
McGraw-Hill.
Some commonly encountered examples :
1. If it rains, I will stay at home.
2. If you finish your hom
Selected slides from lectures:
Counting 2
For the rest of the material in the
lectures, please refer to the
textbook Living with Mathematics,
McGraw-Hill.
2.3 Review of Sets
Questions like What is the population of
Timbuktu?, How many eggs are in the
bask
Selected slides from lectures:
Counting 1
For the rest of the material in the
lectures, please refer to the
textbook Living with Mathematics,
McGraw-Hill.
Generalized Tower of Hanoi Problem
If in the Tower of Hanoi Problem, there
are n slabs to start with
National University of Singapore
Department of Mathematics
GEK1505 Living with Mathematics
Tutorial 2
1. Suppose that the following statement is a true statement: If I have said
it once before, I have said it 100 times. How many times have I said it?
2. F
National University of Singapore
Department of Mathematics
GEK1505 Living with Mathematics
Tutorial 6
1. Assume that a person shakes hands with another person at most once and
that a handshake between two persons is counted as one handshake.
(a) Draw a gr
Selected slides from lectures:
Reasoning 4
For the rest of the material in the
lectures, please refer to the
textbook Living with Mathematics,
McGraw-Hill.
The mode or argument or reasoning takes the form:
pq
(1)
qr
(2)
Therefore, p r
(3)
This is called t
National University of Singapore
Department of Mathematics
GEK1505 Living with Mathematics
Tutorial 5
1. Among 3 given (not necessarily distinct) positive integers, which of the
following statements is true and which is not necessarily true? Justify
your