We think you have liked this presentation. If you wish to download it, please recommend it to your friends in any social system. Share buttons are a little bit lower. Thank you!
Presentation is loading. Please wait.
Published byMalachi Harbert
Modified about 1 year ago
Diel vertical migration of Arctic zooplankton during the polar night by Jørgen Berge, Finlo Cottier, Kim S Last, Øystein Varpe, Eva Leu, Janne Søreide, Ketil Eiane, Stig Falk-Petersen, Kate Willis, Henrik Nygård, Daniel Vogedes, Colin Griffiths, Geir Johnsen, Dag Lorentzen, and Andrew S Brierley Biology Letters Volume 5(1):69-72 February 23, 2009 ©2009 by The Royal Society
Derivation of the autocorrelation values for the periodicity of DVM using an example from the 30 to 34 m depth interval. Jørgen Berge et al. Biol. Lett. 2009;5:69-72 ©2009 by The Royal Society
DVM signal strength and depth range during the winter in (a) Rijpfjorden and (b) Kongsfjorden. Jørgen Berge et al. Biol. Lett. 2009;5:69-72 ©2009 by The Royal Society
8-2: Solving Systems of Equations using Substitution.
Addition and Subtraction Equations Created by Christine Berg Edited by V Hamilton.
Graphing Linear Equations By: Christine Berg Edited By: VTHamilton.
with Function Operations Addition: Subtraction: Multiplication: Division:
Rolles Theorem By Tae In Ha. What is Rolles Theorem? A theorem made by a French mathematician Michel Rolle (Hence his last name) during The.
Developing the Graph of a Function. 3. Set up a number line with the critical points on it.
N.B. the material derivative, rate of change following the motion:
Holt Algebra Relations and Functions Identify the domain and range of relations and functions. Determine whether a relation is a function. Objectives.
Ch 1.2: Functions. DEFINITIONS Relation: a set of ordered pairs or 2 quantities related by a rule Function: a relation in which an element of the domain.
Increasing and Decreasing Functions AP Calculus – Section 3.3.
1.Divide your paper into 6 sections. (5 points) 2. Write a title and heading in the first box. (5 points) 3. Write 1 safety rule in each of the other 5.
Ordered pairs are used to locate points in a coordinate plane. x-axis (horizontal axis) origin (0,0) y-axis (vertical axis)
SUNG JOO KIM The Step-Up and Step-Down Recursions
Slope Intercept Form and Its Use in Graphing Presentation by: Colin Swan.
1.4 Functions Function - for every x there is exactly one y. Domain - set of x-values Range - set of y-values Open books to page 40, example 1.
Section Approximations 3.6 T4. Linearization of a Function at a Point x = a f(x) (a, f(a)) f(x) – f(a) = f ’(a)(x – a) Linearization Demonstration.
SOCIALISATION. Socialisation Part of every society Different in each society Each has own values, attitudes and beliefs.
Related Rates Finding the rates of change of two or more related variables that are changing with respect to time.
Meaning of Pi 1 The Meaning & Use of Pi by Joseph A. Castellano, Ph.D.
APPLICATION OF DERIVATIVE IN ANALYZING THE PROPERTIES OF FUNCTIONS f (x) > 0 increasing f (x) < 0 decreasing f (x) < 0 concave down f (x) > 0 concave up.
1 CONCAVE UPWARDS g"(x) > 0. 2 CONCAVE DOWNWARDS g"(x) < 0 negative slope y = g(x) positive slope zero slope.
Unit 6. For x 0 and 0 a 1, y = log a x if and only if x = a y. The function given by f (x) = log a x is called the logarithmic function with base.
Graphs of Trigonometric Functions Digital Lesson.
Mooring Activities at SAMS NERC 4 th Moorings Workshop 15 th /16 th May 2008 Mooring Activities at SAMS NERC 4 th Moorings Workshop 15 th /16 th May 2008.
FOUR OPERATION LEARNING OBJECTIVE Algebra is an important branch of mathematics it is used in Physics, Chemistry, Biology, Economics and Statistics.
Correlation of Discrete-Time Signals Transmitted Signal, x(n) Reflected Signal, y(n) = x(n-D) + w(n) 0T.
SOCIALISATION Part of every society, but the process is different in each society because each has its own values, attitudes and beliefs. Learning.
Notes: What is Matter?. Matter– any substance that has _________ and __________.
Knowledge and Understanding of the UK and the Wider World.
Checking an equation for symmetry. Types of symmetry Three types of symmetry 1.Symmetry with respect to the y-axis (vertical) 2.Symmetry with respect.
© 2016 SlidePlayer.com Inc. All rights reserved.