QUESTION:
Notice how each model built off
from the previous model.
What are some real-life common
examples of how ideas or
products have been improvements
from previous versions?
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Questions about the atom
How are electrons arranged in atoms?
VECTOR SPACES
Skills Objectives
Perform geometric operations on vectors: addition,
subtraction, and scalar multiplication.
Perform algebraic operations on vectors: addition,
subtraction, and scalar multiplication.
Determine whether two vectors are equi
Daltons Atomic Theory
1880, John Dalton published
New System of Chemical
Philosophy
(1)Law of Mass Conservation
-indestructibility of matter
during chemical change.
-total mass of substance does
not change during a chemical
reaction.
1
Daltons Atomic Theo
OCR Maths M1
Mark Scheme Pack
2005-2014
PhysicsAndMathsTutor.com
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Mark Scheme
(i)
(ii)
R is smooth
T + Tcos60o = 1.6cos45o
Tension is 0.754 N
AG
A1
A1
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For resolving forces horizontally to
obtain an equation in T (requires 3
relevant terms and at l
CHAPTER II
2.1 LEGENDRES EQUATION
Legendres equation and Bessels equation are two special equations
which occur frequently in applied mathematics, physics and
engineering.
Any equation of the form
1
x y" 2 xy' n( n 1) y 0
2
.
(2.1)
In solving this equatio
DE LA SALLE UNIVERSITY
College of Science
Department of Chemistry
BIOORG1 - Organic Chemistry 1 for Human Biology Majors
Prerequisite: INOCHE2
Prerequisite to: LBYCH34 and BIOORG2
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Instructor: _
Consultation hours: _
Contact details: _
Class Schedule and
CH 223 Practice Problem Set #3
This is a practice problem set and not the actual graded problem set that you will turn in for credit.
Answers to each problem can be found at the end of this assignment.
Covering: Chapter Fourteen Part II and Chapter Guide
SI System of Units and Prefixes
Electrical Quantities
Circuit Elements
Conclusions
Chapter 1 Basic Concepts
Dr. Waleed Al-Hanafy
waleed [email protected]
Faculty of Electronic Engineering, Menoufia Univ., Egypt
MSA Summer Course:
Electric Circuit Analysi
Mrs. Glennalin Medina
De La Salle University
Sept 17, 2008
Precision
How closely two or more measurements of the
same quantity agree with one another
Describes the reproducibility of measurements
(closeness of results that have been obtained in
exactly
Chapter 2
Circuit Analysis Techniques
Dr.-Eng. Hisham El-Sherif
Electronics and Electrical Engineering Department
ELCT708: Electronics for Biotechnology
1
Objectives
To formulate the node-voltage equations.
To solve electric circuits using the node volt
Chapter 8B:
Systematic Treatment of Equilibrium
I. Introduction
Concentrations of individual species
Determining which species are present
Reactions
Equations
Steps in Figure 9-1
Example 9-1
BaSO4 (s)
<=> Ba2+ + SO42-
2H2O
<=> H3O+ + OH-
SO42 - + H3O+
Chapter 2
Circuit Analysis Techniques
Dr.-Eng. Hisham El-Sherif
Electronics and Electrical Engineering Department
ELCT708: Electronics for Biotechnology
1
Objectives
To formulate the node-voltage equations.
To solve electric circuits using the node volt
Mapua Institute of Technology
School of Chemical Engineering and Chemistry
First Quarter SY 2010 2011
CHE 102
FINALS
GENERAL INSTRUCTIONS: Present a clear solution for all material balances. Write a
summary of your answers for each item. For item no. 3 sh
ANALCHE
MRS. GLENN MEDINA
oA reaction between a
(transition) metal (M)
and a ligand (L) to
form a complex (ML)
2
3
oAn ion or molecule that
forms a covalent bond with
the metal by donating a pair
of electrons
oExamples are water,
ammonia, chloride etc.
4
HYDRODYNAMICS:
Fluids in Motion
Fluid Motion
The water at the top
of the Maria Cristina
Falls passes
through a narrow
slot, causing the
velocity to increase
at that point. In this
lesson, we will study
the physics of fluids
in motion.
Objectives:
Define
Email: [email protected]
Dr.-Eng. Hisham El-Sherif
Electronics and Electrical Engineering Department
ELCT708: Electronics for Biotechnology
1
Schedule of Classes
Lectures:
- Sunday 13:45 pm to 15:30 in B2-312.
Instructor office hours every Tuesd
Chapter 2
Basic Laws
Ohms Law
Nodes, Branches, and Loops.
Kirchhoffs Laws
Objectives
we shall discuss some techniques commonly applied in circuit design and
analysis.
These techniques include combining resistors in series or parallel, voltage
division, a
Linear Systems Iterative
methods
1. Jacobi Method
2. Gauss-Siedel Method
1
Iterative Methods
Iterative methods can be expressed in the
general form: x(k) =F(x(k-1)
where s s.t. F(s)=s is called a Fixed Point
Hopefully: x(k) s (solution of my problem)
Will
Literature 1: Cause of the less productivity of employees
Irregularities in the workplace might cause some issues between the employees and the employer. This
leads to some employees might behave differently from the ideal employee that results in consequ
on 1
2 out of 2 points
Light has a frequency of 5.45 1014 hertz. What is its wavelength? The speed of light is
3.00 108 m/s.
Question 2
2 out of 2 points
The molecular formula of a compound with a molecular weight of about 175 u that consists of 40.0% ca
Combined Gas Law-heading
Interpretation of results-sub
body.
In the combined gas law we conducted an experiment showing that at a fixed mass of a gas is
inversely proprtional to its pressure and directly proportional to its absolute temperature. As for
sh
Electric Toothbrush Redesign for the Traveler
Juanito Baliwag
Benedict Cervantes
Enrico Dela Cruz
Jed De la Cruz
Vinz Francisco
Toni Sabido
Kim Sequitin
Group 2: Water Benders
Abstract
The objective of this project was to use the engineering design proces
Paints
Varnishes
Lacquers
Industrial
Coating
Marine Antifouling Coatings
Printing Inks and Industrial Polishes
The origin of paints dates back to prehistoric
times when the early inhabitants recorded their
activities in colors on the walls of their
Week 9
PHYSICS 12 - General Physics 3
Capacitors
Two conductors, isolated electrically from
each other and from their surroundings,
form a capacitor.
When the capacitor is charged, the charges
on the conductors, or plates as they are called,
have the sam