Paraphrasing in Writing for English
Paraphrasing means to read and understand source material and then to REWRITE it
in your own style (your own words) BUT keep the EXACT SAME MEANING of
that text or those sentences. The following sentence has four attemp
Unit 5
Individual Oral presentations
Oral presentations .
2
Using multimedia .
3
Oral presentation checklist
5
.
YOUR Oral presentations
Good organization can mean the difference between a report which is enjoyed and understood by
the audience and one whi
The Awful Effects of Global Warming
INTRODUCTION
Global warming is partly a natural event and partly an un-natural one. The natural part belongs to the
normal environmental processes that take place on this world. Such processes are the natural production
A quick reminder about final grades and the 2% rule:
1. If a student has more than 4 unexcused absences, he must be deducted
between 1 and 5%.
2. The deduction stands even if this takes the student down to the next
grade boundary (e.g., from D to F, from
Review Problems
from chapters
12-15
NA =0
take the torque around B
W 0.50=w ( x 0.50)
x =?
take torque around P
L
N L sin(37 ) = W cos(37o )
2
N =?
o
Mm
F31 F32 G 2
= =
R
Mm 4
F= 2
2 G
R
5
R
(=
5m )
T = 98 60 = 5880 s
Use third KeplerLaw :
4 2 3
2
T =
Review Problems
From
Chapter 10&11
1) At t=0, a disk has an angular velocity of 360 rev/min, and constant
angular acceleration of -0.50 rad/s*2. How many rotations does the disk
make before coming to rest?
A1
A2
A3
A4
A5
226
180
360
90
113
360 2
0 =
= 120
Review
Chapters
7-9
30o
a g sin 30 4.9m / s 2
=
v = at = 4.9 4 = 19.6m / s
W net
1
1
2
=K = f K i = mv = 0.50 19.62 = J
K
96
2
2
W app = mgd = 0.40 9.8 0.64 = 2.5 J
30
o
F mg sin 30 =
ma
= m ( g sin 30 + = 50(4.9 + 1.5) 320 N
F
a)
=
W F = Fd = 320 5.0 = 1
Review Problems
From
Chapters 1,2,3 and 4
1 liter = 1000 mliter
1 m3
(100 cm)3 106 cm3
=
103 mliter 1 cm 3
1 m3
V =
50 liter
50
0.050
6
= 103 m3 = m3
3
1 liter
1 mliter 10 cm
Q) Assuming that the time period of a simple pendulum, t, depends upon
the le
Final 072
y = t gt =
v0
0
1
2
2
v0 =1 gt =1 (9.8) (2.0) =9.8 m / s
2
2
r = xi + yj = (4 0)i + (0 3) j = 4i 3 j
v = 8.00 / tan(30)
N = 9.8 + 15 = N
2
34.6
=
ma F N
2a =12 0.2 34.6
a = 2.54 m / s 2
dP
F=
=0 P =constant
dt
mv 2
mg N =
r
v2
400
3
N = m( g )
Phys101
Coordinator: Dr. W. Al-Basheer
Q1.
First Major-142
Thursday, February 19, 2015
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Convert the acceleration due to gravity from 9.80 m/s2 to miles/hours2. [Use the
conversion factors: 1 mile = 5.28103 ft, 1ft = 12.0 in, 1 in = 2.5
Unit 1
Paraphrase & summary
Paraphrase
. 2
Summary paraphrase . 4
Selective paraphrase . 6
Example
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Manuscript form
. 11
Using a marking checklist 12
Paraphrase
The mechanics of paraphrasing
When faced with a text to paraphrase, it is advisable NOT to t