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Flash - Flies like to eat our food

Flash - Flies like to eat our food

Flash tiếng anh là cách học tiếng anh hiện đại, slide tạo bởi powerpoint bao gồm từ vựng, cách đọc, câu có hình vẽ minh họa. Bạn có thể tải về, sao đó nhấn phím F5 để chạy, hoặc Esc để thoát rồi nhấn F5 để tiếp tục học. Mỗi slide có thể có hai hoặc 3 từ vựng giúp bé dễ nhớ bằng hình ảnh. Mẹ có thể theo dõi và tải từng chuyên mục về từ trang blog “vuihocvoicon.wordpress.com”.
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HUMANOIDS2011_V5 POTX

HUMANOIDS2011_V5 POTX

Because the robot has limited movement speed, we need to have a procedure to verify the temporal feasibility of gesture actions. That means the system ought to estimate the minimal duration of a hand movement from one position to another position in a gesture action as well as between two consecutive gestures. However, the Nao robot does not allow us to predict these durations before realizing real movements. Hence we have to pre-estimate the necessary time for a hand-arm movement between any two positions in the gesture movement space, as shown in Table II. For each couple of positions, we have two values (min:fitt). The first value corresponds to the minimal duration in which the robot can do the movement (ie. using maximal speed). The second value indicates a normal duration in which the robot make the movement with a human speed. The Fitt's Law is used to calculate these normal durations. The robot should use normal speed instead of the maximal speed excepting the case that normal duration is
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TÀI LIỆU TRANSFER OF SKILLS FROM SPANISH TO ENGLISH  A STUDY OF YOUNG LEARNERS DOC

TÀI LIỆU TRANSFER OF SKILLS FROM SPANISH TO ENGLISH A STUDY OF YOUNG LEARNERS DOC

In a second study, Cunningham and Graham (2000) investigated the effects of Spanish immersion on children’s native English vocabulary. The study matched 30 fifth- and sixth-grade immersion students and 30 English monolinguals on grade, sex, and verbal scores on a fourth-grade Cognitive Abilities Test (CAT). The students completed 60 consecutive Peabody Picture Vocabulary Test (PPVT) items, and a 20-item Spanish– English Cognate Test similar to the PPVT on recognizing low-frequency English words with high-frequency Spanish cognates. The CAT and conventionally scored PPVT revealed comparable verbal ability between groups, but on 60 consecutively scored PPVT items, immersion students did better than control students because of cognates. They also significantly outperformed control students on the Spanish–English Cognate Test. Findings support the premise that Spanish immersion has English-language benefits and that positive transfer occurs from Spanish as a foreign language to native-English receptive vocabulary. This is logical, given the Latin base of both Spanish and many low-frequency English words. For example, the word “embarkation” would be difficult for an English-only child, but easy for a bilingual child who knew the Spanish word “barca” that forms its root.
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KT ANH 9 KII

KT ANH 9 KII

and half a million homes were 2 .as a… … result of an earthquake in Tokyo in 1923.The earthquake3 .a minute before noon when… the inhabitants of Tokyo were4 .their midday meals.Thousands[r]
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BÀI LUẬN VỀ TOKYO CITY

BÀI LUẬN VỀ TOKYO CITY

TRANG 1 _THE CITY S LARGEST OF _’ TRANG 2 TOKYO geographycal history TRANG 3 This is a map of Japan This’s Tokyo city Whereas yesterday twelve million people were living on 828 square mi[r]
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Dynamic stability analysis of laminated composite plates with piezoelectric layers

Dynamic stability analysis of laminated composite plates with piezoelectric layers

Using the finite element method (FEM) and construction calculation program in Matlab, the authors analyzed the elastic stability of piezoelectric composite plates under dynamic in-plane loads, taking into account damping properties of the structure. Critical loads and other factors affecting the stability of the plate are investigated.
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HARDWARE ACCELERATION OF EDA ALGORITHMS  P9 DOCX

HARDWARE ACCELERATION OF EDA ALGORITHMS P9 DOCX

In the limit, we could implement the entire BSIM3 code in a single kernel, which includes all the device model evaluations required for a BSIM3 model card. How- ever, this would not allow us to execute a sufficiently large number of kernels in parallel. This is because of the limitation on the hardware resources available for every multiprocessor on the GPU. In particular, the limitation applies to registers and shared memory. As mentioned earlier, the maximum number of registers for a multiprocessor is 8,192. Also, the maximum amount of shared memory for a multiprocessor is 16 KB. If any of these resources are exceeded, additional kernels cannot be run. Therefore, if we had a kernel with 4,000 registers, then no more than 2 kernels can be issued in parallel (even if the amount of shared memory used by these 2 kernels is much less than 16 KB). In order to achieve maximal speedup, the GPU code needs to be implemented in a manner that hides memory access latencies, by issuing hundreds of threads at once. In case a single thread (which implements all the device model evaluations) is launched, it will not leave sufficient hardware resources to instantiate a sufficient number of additional threads to execute the same kernel (on different data). As a result, the latency of accessing off-chip memory will not be hidden in such a scenario. To avert this, the device model evaluation code needs to be partitioned into smaller kernels. These kernels are of an appropriate size such that a large number of them can be issued without depleting the registers or shared memory of the multiprocessor. If, on the other hand, the kernels are too small, then large amounts of data transfer will be required from one kernel to another
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Lecture Mechanics of materials (Third edition) - Chapter 7: Transformations of stress and strain

Lecture Mechanics of materials (Third edition) - Chapter 7: Transformations of stress and strain

The following will be discussed in this chapter: Introduction, transformation of plane stress, principal stresses, maximum shearing stress, mohr’s circle for plane stress, general state of stress, application of mohr’s circle to the three- dimensional analysis of stress, yield criteria for ductile materials under plane stress, fracture criteria for brittle materials under plane stress, stresses in thin-walled pressure vessels.
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Instructors sol manual mechanics materials 7e book gere light

Instructors sol manual mechanics materials 7e book gere light

Problem 1.7-7 A lifeboat hangs from two ship’s davits, as shown in the figure. A pin of diameter d 0.80 in. passes through each davit and sup- ports two pulleys, one on each side of the davit. Cables attached to the lifeboat pass over the pulleys and wind around winches that raise and lower the lifeboat. The lower parts of the cables are vertical and the upper parts make an angle 15° with the horizontal. The allowable tensile force in each cable is 1800 lb, and the allowable shear stress in the pins is 4000 psi.
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TIME FLIES WORKBOOK

TIME FLIES WORKBOOK

Your child may be able to read a clock, but what about the passage of time? This workbook is all about elapsed time, and how to both estimate and calculate how much time has passed in between hours.contents:Time Words The Hand TheoryFactors of 12 Factors of 60 Minutes in an Hour Counting by 5s Word Problems Counting by 5s Word Problems 2 Counting by 5s Practice Counting by Hours and Half Hours How Many Hours? Counting by Quarter Hours When Minutes Have Elapsed When Minutes Have Elapsed 2 Airplane Journey
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trường thcs hoàng xuân hãn

trường thcs hoàng xuân hãn

A helicopter flies north for some time at 80 km/hr, then flies 10 km east at 50 km/hr, and then flies directly back to the starting point at 80 km/hr.. If whole trip took one hour, how f[r]
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COMMONLY USED ENGLISH PART 92 PPSX

COMMONLY USED ENGLISH PART 92 PPSX

TIME FLIES - time passes very quickly TRANG 3 Mr_doody2004@yahoo.com 913 THE TIME IS RIPE - exactly the right time has come The time is ripe to start teaching our child how to brush his [r]
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UNIT 3 - SPEAKING - 12 CB

UNIT 3 - SPEAKING - 12 CB

TRANG 1 WELCOME OUR LESSON WELCOME OUR LESSON GROUP 3 TRANG 2 UNIT 3: WAYS OF SOCIALISING TRANG 3 WARM-UP WARM-UP • GAME: SCRAMBLED SENTENCES • DIVIDE THE CLASS INTO GROUPS • WRITE ALL T[r]
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MACHINABILITY AND SURFACE INTEGRITY PART 9 DOCX

MACHINABILITY AND SURFACE INTEGRITY PART 9 DOCX

‘adaptive remeshing techniques’ have been employed to resolve the tool’s cutting edge radius. Whereas the ‘Eulerian approach’ tracks volumes rather than mate- rial particles, having the advantage of not needing to rezone any distorted meshes. Moreover the ‘Eulerian technique’ , requires ‘steady-state free-surface tracking algorithms’ and relied upon a particular bur unrea- sonable assumption that a uniform chip thickness oc- curred, further this method precluded the modelling of either a segmented chip formation, or that of the milling process. The former technique of a ‘Lagrangian FEA machining model’ will be reviewed (Fig. 183), as it has the integrating ability to achieve ‘adaptive remesh- ing’ with explicit dynamics and tightly coupled tran- sient thermal analysis, allowing it to ‘model’ the com- plex interactions between the cutting tool’s geometry and that of the workpiece.
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Numerical solution of the age structure optimization problem for basic types of power plants

Numerical solution of the age structure optimization problem for basic types of power plants

Our paper addresses an integral model of the large electric power system optimal development. The model takes into account the age structure of the main equipment, which is divided into several types regarding its technical characteristics. This mathematical model is a system of Volterra type integral equations with variable integration limits.
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STANDARD METHODS FOR EXAMINATION OF WATER & WASTEWATER_11 POTX

STANDARD METHODS FOR EXAMINATION OF WATER & WASTEWATER_11 POTX

The primary charges on hydrophilic colloids are due chiefly to the polar groups such as the carboxylic and amine groups. The process by which the charges on these types of colloids are produced is indicated in Figure 12.2 . The symbol R represents the colloid body. First, the colloid is represented at the top of the drawing, without the effect of pH. Then by a proper combination of the H + and OH − being added to the solution, the colloid attains ionization of both carboxylic and the amine groups. At this point, both ionized groups neutralize each other and the particle is neutral. This point is called the isoelectric point , and the corresponding ion of the colloid is called the zwitter ion . Increasing the pH by adding a base cause the added OH − to neutralize the acid end of the zwitter ion (the ); the zwitter ion disappears, and the whole particle becomes negatively charged. The reverse is true when the pH is reduced by the addition of an acid. The added H + neutralizes the base end of the zwitter ion (the COO − ); the zwitter ion disappears, and the whole particle becomes positively charged. From this discussion, a hydrophilic colloid can attain a primary charge of either negative or positive depending upon the pH.
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Báo cáo y học:

Báo cáo y học: "A firearm bullet lodged into the thoracic spinal canal without vertebral bone destruction: a case report" ppt

Case presentation: We report the case of a 28-year-old Iraqi man who was referred to our radiology department with lower limb paraplegia secondary to a gunshot wound. We performed 64-slice computerized tomography with two-dimensional and three-dimensional reconstruction of the thoracolumbar spine. On the two-dimensional and three-dimensional reconstructed axial images of the thoracolumbar spine, an intra-canalicular bullet nucleus was found at the mid-spinal cord at the T8 level, with no evidence of vertebral bone destruction.
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TẢI ĐỀ THI OLYMPIC TIẾNG ANH LỚP 6 QUẬN BA ĐÌNH - ĐỀ THI TIẾNG ANH OLYMPIC CẤP QUẬN

TẢI ĐỀ THI OLYMPIC TIẾNG ANH LỚP 6 QUẬN BA ĐÌNH - ĐỀ THI TIẾNG ANH OLYMPIC CẤP QUẬN

PUT THE WORD IN THE BRACKET INTO THE CORRECT FORM TO COMPLETE THE SENTENCE.1.5PTS 1.He is one of the best ……….. in our school.[r]
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THE CONSULTANT’S HANDBOOK

THE CONSULTANT’S HANDBOOK

CONSULTING: THE BASIC PROPOSITION To begin our journey into the world of consulting, consider the following statement: _Consulting is a _helping_ relationship provided based upon _ exper[r]
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Lesson NNU: Developing a Service Culture at NNU

Lesson NNU: Developing a Service Culture at NNU

Lesson NNU Developing a Service Culture at NNU Turns recruitment success into retention success. Rising expectations of our customers, Improve our image, Contributes to a pleasant work environment, Facilitate learning,... Hope content useful lesson serves the academic needs and research.
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PHYSICAL - CHEMICAL TREATMENT OF WATER AND WASTEWATER - CHAPTER 12 PPSX

PHYSICAL - CHEMICAL TREATMENT OF WATER AND WASTEWATER - CHAPTER 12 PPSX

the chapter on water stabilization. For the aforementioned coagulants, no values of the enthalpy change are available. Thus, until studies are done to determine these values, optimum pH values must be determined using the jar test. In addition, the optimum pH’s of 5.32, 11.95, and 8.2 were obtained at a dissolved solids of 140 mg/L. The value of the dissolved solids predicts the values of the activity coefficients of the various ions in solution, which, in turn, determine the activities of the ions, including that of the hydrogen ion. It follows that, if the dissolved solids concentration is varied, other values of optimum pH’s will also be obtained not only the respective values of 5.32, 11.95, and 8.2. This is worth repeating: the values of 5.32, 11.95, and 8.2 apply only at a dissolved solids concentration of 140 mg/L. In addition, they only apply provided the temperature is 25 ° C. In subsequent discussions, mention of these optimum pH values would mean values at the conditions of 25 ° C of temperature and a solids concentration of 140 mg/L.
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The Oxford Companion to Philosophy Part 86 pot

The Oxford Companion to Philosophy Part 86 pot

in his 1957 essay Search for a Method, and then further developed in his second large-scale philosophical treatise, Critique of Dialectical Reason (1960). Towards the end of this period he committed himself whole-heartedly to the struggle for liberation in Algeria (a cause which nearly cost him his life in 1961). A few years later the same passions stirred him to lead the French opposition to the American involvement in Vietnam, and these commitments are reflected in several long essays on behalf of the Third World. In 1964 he was offered the Nobel Prize for Litera- ture, but chose to decline the offer. The student uprising of May 1968 seemed to show that Sartre’s writings were still as influential as ever, as he addressed thousands in the Sorbonne; but in truth, his intellectual reputation was now eclipsed by structuralists (such as Lévi-Strauss and Althusser), and post-structuralists (such as Derrida and Deleuze). Sensing this loss of intellectual sympathy, and combating increasing blindness and other illnesses, Sartre largely withdrew from public affairs and turned his
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SPECIES COMPOSITION, METEOROLOGICAL AND ZOOGEOGRAPHICAL ASPECTS OF THE HORSEFLY FAUNA (DIPTERA: TABANIDAE) IN THE WESTERN GHATS, KARNATAKA, INDIA

SPECIES COMPOSITION, METEOROLOGICAL AND ZOOGEOGRAPHICAL ASPECTS OF THE HORSEFLY FAUNA (DIPTERA: TABANIDAE) IN THE WESTERN GHATS, KARNATAKA, INDIA

Kapoor _et al., _ 1990; Veer, 2004; Vasudev 2007 reported 46 species of tabanid flies belongs to 5 genera _viz., _ _Tabanus, Haematopota, Chrysops, Atylotus_ _International Journal of Cu[r]
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INTRODUCTION TO VECTORS: YOUTUBE CLASSES WITH DR CHRIS TISDELL - EBOOKS AND TEXTBOOKS FROM BOOKBOON

INTRODUCTION TO VECTORS: YOUTUBE CLASSES WITH DR CHRIS TISDELL - EBOOKS AND TEXTBOOKS FROM BOOKBOON

View this lesson on YouTube [16] Combining our ideas on linear combination and span of two vectors, we can now define a plane in Important idea Equation of plane: Parametric vector form.[r]
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SILICON NANOELECTRONICS POTX

SILICON NANOELECTRONICS POTX

approximations on both begin to fail when the quantum corrections become com- parable to the classical potential. 49 1.4.2. Q UANTUM S IMULATIONS There have been many suggestions for different quantum methods to model ultra- small semiconductor devices. 67–69 However, in each of these approaches, the length and the depth are modeled rigorously, and the third dimension (width) is usually included through the assumption that there is no interesting physics in this dimension (lateral homogeneity). Moreover, it is assumed that the mode does not change shape as it propagates from the source of the device to the drain of the device. Other simulation proposals have simply assumed that only one subband in the orthogonal direction is occupied, therefore making higher-dimensional transport considerations unnecessary. These may not be valid assumptions, especially as we approach devices whose width is comparable to the channel length, both of which may be less than 10 nm. It is important to consider all the modes that may be excited in the source (or drain) region, as this may be responsible for some of the interesting physics that we wish to capture. In the source, the modes that are excited are three dimensional (3D) in nature, even in a thin SOI device. These modes are then propagated from the source to the channel, and the coupling among the various modes will be dependent upon the details of the total confining potential at each point along the channel. Moreover, as the doping and the Fermi level in short-channel MOSFETs increase, we can no longer assume that there is only one occupied subband. In an effort to provide a more complete simulation method, we present a full 3D quantum simu- lation, based on the use of recursive scattering matrices, which is being used in our group to simulate short-channel, fully depleted SOI MOSFET devices. 70,71
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SURFACE AND NANOMOLECULAR CATALYSIS - PART 1 pot

SURFACE AND NANOMOLECULAR CATALYSIS - PART 1 pot

4.3.5.1.2 Hydrocracking Hydrocracking is the second large-scale process used to convert heavy fuel oil into more valu- able products. It combines two catalytic processes, the hydrogenation of olefins and aromatics, and the cracking of larger molecules. The cracking is performed in the presence of hydrogen (30 to 150 bar) and at temperatures between 350 and 450°C. The products of the hydrocracking process contain less unsaturated compounds than those from the FCC process and the deactivation of the catalyst, e.g., due to coke formation, is extremely reduced as a consequence of the hydrogenation function. The lifetime for hydrocracking catalysts is in the range of several years. The hydrocracking process is very flexible and allows adjustment to various feed compositions and product demands. Hydrocracking units consist either of a single-stage bed reactor containing a catalyst with both a hydrogenation and an acidic (cracking) function, or of two independent bed reactors. In the latter set- up, the first reactor contains the hydrogenation catalyst converting olefins and aromatics into satu- rated products and eliminating sulfur and nitrogen (HDS and HDN) present in the feed. Sulfur and nitrogen heteroatoms are converted into H 2 S and NH 3 . In the second reactor, hydrocracking is per- formed which transforms the long-chain molecules into smaller ones. To achieve complete conver- unit. Various configurations for the hydrocracking process are shown in Figure 4.15 [14]. The reac- Hydrogenation of aromatic compounds can result in cycloalkanes (11) and short-chain fragments from side groups cleavage (12,13). Cycloalkanes can crack into smaller fragments (14) and paraffins are either cracked (15) or isomerized (16). The reaction pathways occurring in hydrocracking are shown schematically in Figure 4.17. In a first step, paraffin molecules are dehy- drogenated at the metal site (18). The resulting olefin is then protonated at the acidic site to form a carbenium ion (19). The carbenium ion now may go through hydride (19) or methyl shift (20),
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Báo cáo hóa học:

Báo cáo hóa học: " QoS Topology Control for Nonhomogenous Ad Hoc Wireless Networks" ppt

This paper discusses the energy-efficient QoS topology control problem for nonhomogenous ad hoc wireless networks. Given a set of nodes with different energy and bandwidth capacities in a plane, and given the end-to-end traffic demands and delay bounds between node-pairs, the problem is to find a network topology that can meet the QoS requirements and the maximum energy utilization of nodes is minimized. Achieving this objective is vital to the increase of network lifetime. We consider two cases of the problem: (1) the traffic demands are not splittable, and (2) the traffic demands are splittable. For the former case, the problem is formulated as an integer linear programming problem. For the latter case, the problem is formulated as a mixed integer programming problem, and an optimal algorithm has been proposed to solve the problem.
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THE FALLEN STAR PPTX

THE FALLEN STAR PPTX

understand why a power pervades the system acting inversely as the squares of the distance from the point to which it attracts, rather than a power acting according to any other law; and why it has been the pleasure of the almighty Architect of that universe, that the orbits of the planets should be nearly circular instead of approaching to, or being exactly the same with many other trajectories of a nearly similar form, though of other properties; nay, instead of being curves of a wholly different class and shape. Yet we never doubt that there was a reason for this choice; nay, we fancy it possible that even on earth we may hereafter understand it more clearly than we now do: and never question that in another state of being we may be permitted to enjoy the contemplation of it. Why should we doubt that, at least in that higher state, we may also be enabled to perceive such an arrangement as shall make evil wholly disappear from our present system, by showing that it was necessary and inevitable, even in the works of the Deity; or, which is the same thing, that its existence conduces to such a degree of perfection and happiness upon, the whole, as could not, even by Omnipotence, be attained without it; or, which is the same thing, that the whole creation as it exists, taking both worlds together, is perfect, and incapable of being in any particular changed without being made worse and less perfect? Taking both worlds together--For certainly were our views limited to the present sublunary state, we may well affirm that no solution whatever could even be imagined of the difficulty--if we are never again to live; if those we here loved are forever lost to us; if our faculties can receive no further expansion; if our mental powers are only trained and improved to be extinguished at their acme--then indeed are we reduced to the melancholy and gloomy dilemma of the Epicureans; and evil is confessed to checker, nay, almost to cloud over our whole lot, without the possibility of comprehending why, or of reconciling its existence with the supposition of a providence at once powerful and good. But this inference is also an additional argument for a future state, when we couple it with these other conclusions respecting the economy of the world to which we are led by wholly different routes, when we investigate the phenomena around us and within us.
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PUBLISHING PHP ECLIPSE - PART 20 POT

PUBLISHING PHP ECLIPSE - PART 20 POT

remotedir="/Library/WebServer/Documents/test/" action="send"> The interaction with the FTP server is contained in the third target. First, we enter our connection settings in the appropriate attributes within the ftp tag. The attributes server and userid are your account credentials on the FTP server. While the FTP and SFTP export plug-ins in Eclipse do not work with local machines, Ant uses its own FTP client, and thus, can send files to a local FTP server. remotedir is the attribute that tells Ant the location of the remote directory on which we will be performing our actions. The action attribute tells Ant what to do on that directory. All our standard FTP commands, for example, get/put , are available via the action attribute.
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bài học môn tiếng anh thứ tư 08042020 thcs trần quốc tuấn

bài học môn tiếng anh thứ tư 08042020 thcs trần quốc tuấn

She loves Viet Nam and wishes to travel by plane to see as many beautiful places of our country as possible.. She is very interested in the history of Viet Nam.[r]
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PROJECT GUTENBERG’S THE FOUNDATIONS OF GEOMETRY  BY DAVID HILBERT PPT

PROJECT GUTENBERG’S THE FOUNDATIONS OF GEOMETRY BY DAVID HILBERT PPT

As the basis of his transformation groups, Lie made the assumption that the functions defining the group can be differentiated. Hence in Lie’s development, the question remains uninvestigated as to whether this assumption as to the differentiability of the functions in question is really unavoidable in developing the subject according to the axioms of geome- try, or whether, on the other hand, it is not a consequence of the group-conception and of the remaining axioms of geometry. In consequence of his method of development, Lie has also necessitated the express statement of the axiom that the group of displacements is produced by infinitesimal transformations. These requirements, as well as essential parts of Lie’s fundamental axioms concerning the nature of the equation defining points of equal distance, can be expressed geometrically in only a very unnatural and complicated man- ner. Moreover, they appear only through the analytical method used by Lie and not as a necessity of the problem itself.
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ĐỀ THI TOEFL TIẾNG ANH CỦA TRUNG TÂM BBC   22 POTX

ĐỀ THI TOEFL TIẾNG ANH CỦA TRUNG TÂM BBC 22 POTX

d) the hold – this is not right. This is where the luggage is stored. 6. When you are served a meal on a plane you put it on your __________. a) coffee table – this is not correct. This is a piece of furniture you might have in your house, but not on a plane.
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QUANTUM DOTS  A DOORWAY TO NANOSCALE PHYSICS PPT

QUANTUM DOTS A DOORWAY TO NANOSCALE PHYSICS PPT

Another fundamental problem is the interaction of the quantum system with the (uncontrolled) environment, which inevitably disturbs the desired quantum evolution. This process, known as “decoherence”, results in errors in the computation. Additional errors are introduced by imperfections in the quantum operations that are applied. All these errors propagate, and after some time the state of the computer will be significantly different from what it should be. It would seem that this prohibits any long computations, mak- ing it impossible for a quantum computer to use its exponential power for a non-trivial task. Fortunately, it has been shown that methods to detect and correct any errors exist [ 13 , 14 ], keeping the computation on track. Of course, such methods only help if the error rate is small enough, since otherwise the correction operations create more errors than they remove. This sets a so- called “accuracy threshold” [ 15 , 16 ], which is currently believed to be around 10 − 4 . If the error per quantum operation is smaller than this threshold, any errors can be corrected and an arbitrarily long computation is possible.
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HƯỚNG DẪN BÓI BÀI TAROT THE DIVINE ARCANA OF THE AURUM SOLIS  USING TAROT TALISMANS FOR RITUAL  INITIATION

HƯỚNG DẪN BÓI BÀI TAROT THE DIVINE ARCANA OF THE AURUM SOLIS USING TAROT TALISMANS FOR RITUAL INITIATION

Jean­ Louis writes: "T he Tarot induces an action on the subtle planes that is capable of affecting our invisible bodies, and then reverberating into the physical level in our daily live[r]
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ADVANCES IN STEEL STRUCTURES   PART 24 PPTX

ADVANCES IN STEEL STRUCTURES PART 24 PPTX

ABSTRACT Tensegric system is an optimum structural form in which the behavior of high strength in steel cable can be utilized, but the reliability of this system is not very good because of the quasi-variable characteristics. Cable-nets are also an effective structure that could span large space. This paper proposes a new concept of spatial structure in which we combine tensegrity with cable-nets to form a quasi-tensegric system. So we can make use of the advantages of these two systems. A construction manner is developed. A quasi-tensegric system could be formed by the tensegric elements. This paper divides the equilibrium state of quasi-tensegric system into two states: one is geometrical stable equilibrium state, the other is elastic state equilibrium state. A method is developed to calculate the form and internal forces in the geometrical stable equilibrium state and the convergence is provided. The results of calculating show that the method proposed has a good convergence and a high precision. Comparing incremental iterative method with dynamic relaxation method, the two methods are effective and reliable in engineering design.
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HEAVY METALS RELEASE IN SOILS   CHAPTER 5 PPT

HEAVY METALS RELEASE IN SOILS CHAPTER 5 PPT

We plot this along with the phase plane in Figure 5.17. DESORPTION-SORPTION MODELING The understanding of sorption/desorption phenomena is not just of scientific interest. Efficient site remediation will be impossible without a thorough understand- ing of sorption/desorption. A fundamental mistake is sometimes made in assuming that sorption is a reversible process both with respect to equilibrium behavior and dynamic behavior. In fact, there is considerable evidence indicating that sorption is a hysteresis process. That is, behavior during sorption and desorption differs. A different approach to sorption hysteresis may be found in Showalter and Peszynska (1998).
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CHAPTER 068. HEMATOPOIETIC STEM CELLS (PART 2) POT

CHAPTER 068. HEMATOPOIETIC STEM CELLS (PART 2) POT

molecule in adults appears to be more related to retention of stem cells in the bone marrow rather the process of getting them there. Interrupting that retention process through either specific molecular blockers of the CXCR4/CXCL12 interaction, cleavage of CXCL12, or downregulation of the receptor can all result in the release of stem cells into the circulation. This process is an increasingly important aspect of recovering stem cells for therapeutic use as it has permitted the harvesting process to be done by leukapheresis rather than bone marrow punctures in the operating room. Refining our knowledge of how stem cells get into and out of the bone marrow may improve our ability to obtain stem cells and make them more efficient at finding their way to the specific sites for blood cell production, the so-called stem cell niche.
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HISTORY OF ECONOMIC ANALYSIS PART 7 PPTX

HISTORY OF ECONOMIC ANALYSIS PART 7 PPTX

must be amenable to description in terms of maximum and minimum propositions. James P.Joule (1818–89), the co-discoverer of the fundamental principle of modern thermodynamics, the principle of the mechanical equivalent of heat, adduced the argument that, in the absence of the equivalence between heat and motion, something (energy) could be lost in the physical universe which it would be contrary to the dignity of God to assume. The last two instances might even be construed as proving direct influence of Euler’s and Joule’s beliefs upon their analytic work. Nevertheless nobody doubts that there was no influence of this kind, that is, (a) that the scientific work of the four authors mentioned was not deflected from its course by their theological convictions; (b) that it is compatible with any philosophical positions; and (c) that there would be no point in trying to explain its methods or results by their philosophical positions. They simply co-ordinated their methods and results with their live Christian belief as they would co-ordinate with it everything else they did. They put their scientific work in a theological garb. But, so far as the content of this work is concerned, the garb was removable.
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Lecture Autodesk inventor: Parallel projection

Lecture Autodesk inventor: Parallel projection

In parallel projection, all lines of sight are parallel, the object is positioned at infinity and viewed from multiple points on an imaginary line parallel to the object. The 3-D object is transformed into a 2-D representation or a plane of projection that is an imaginary flat plane upon which the image created by the lines of sight is projected.
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