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Department of computer science and engineering INTRODUCTION TO JAVA 3D Martin Čadík Czech Technical University in Prague, Czech Republic.

playing sounds Traverse scene graph and render objects } Cleanup November 27, 2002 (7) department of computer science and engineering Java 3D Classes javax.media.j3d package javax.media.j3d package javax.media.j3d.VirtualUniverse (java.lang/.j3d.Node javax.media.j3d.NodeComponent November 27, 2002 (8) department of computer science and engineering Java 3D Classes javax.media.j3d.Node – – Shapes, Groups, Sounds, Lights, etc. –parent node –location (local, VWorld transform) –bounding volume (automatical /


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teacher promotes a discourse community. The aim of science or mathematics education becomes the establishment within the class of shared meanings The teacher represents the very /exploratory activities: Cartoons that pose problem situations, such as asking which of a light or a loaded skateboard will roll faster down a slope. Scenarios in which /5. Assessment is embedded within the science learning strategy 6. The nature of science is represented in its various aspects 7. The classroom is linked with the /


Astronomy and Space Science II Dr. Hoi-Fung Chau and Dr. Alex Tat-Sang Choy Jointly Organized by Hong Kong Space Museum HKU Physics Department Co-organized.

Science II Dr. Hoi-Fung Chau and Dr. Alex Tat-Sang Choy Jointly Organized by Hong Kong Space Museum HKU Physics Department Co-organized by CDI of EDB Stars and the Universe Stellar magnitude, luminosity Light pollution Blackbody radiation, Color and surface temperature Stefan’s law Spectral classes/ What is the age of the universe? A: The current scientific consensus holds this to be about 13.7 billion years, obtained from measurement of the small variation in cosmic microwave background (CMB). More: A rough/


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Introduction to Knowledge Discovery and Data Mining

paid on knowledge acquisition and machine learning. Projects “Knowledge Science”, “Discovery Science”, and “Active Mining Project” (2001-2004) The KDD process Data Mining KDD is inherently Putting the results in practical/ H2 dark 1 1 healthy H3 light 1 2 healthy H4 light 2 1 healthy C1 dark 1 2 cancerous C2 dark 2 1 cancerous C3 light 2 2 cancerous C4 dark /+, 3-] E = 0.811 E = 1.00 Gain(S, Humidity) = .940 − (7/14).985 − (7/14).592 = .151 Gain(S, Wind) = .940 − (8/14).811 − (6/14)1.00 = .048 Information gain of all attributes Gain/


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Department of Mathematics and Science Office of Academics and Transformation Millard E. Lightburn, Ph.D., District Supervisor K-5 Mary Tweedy, Curriculum.

a name tent Front: Name Back: School Name and years teaching Share with group something special that happened in your class last year. NORMS – 10/30 Please take our poll from www.easypolls.net See the link in your email OR/ Know Quiz Show: Light The Whaddaya Know Quiz Show: Light See Pacing Guide Topics Division of Academics - Department of Science Student Learning Goals Student Learning Goals Grade 5 Quarter 1 Big Idea 13 Topic 7 Division of Academics – Department of Science What are Successful Strategies/


Physical Science Semester 2 2012-13. Week of 1/28 – 2/1 Entry Task FOR THE WEEK. Write a sentence for each! Explain the difference between kinetic and.

REFLECTION What do my grading marks mean? Review answers. Complete reflections… Finished? Complete timelines OR work on crossword… 3/7/13 Entry Task In your scientific conclusions, where will the DATA come from? How many of your conclusion points are related/ Back in class: observe and draw a light bulb. Create a circuit and light the bulb. 5/16/13 Entry Task What do you think an electromagnet is? Electromagnets http://www.bgfl.org/bgfl/custom/resources_f tp/client_ftp/ks3/science/elecricity_2/electrici ty/


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Research-Active Tenured Faculty Interdisciplinary (3 colleges and 7 disciplines) NEW AREC 200: The Chesapeake Bay Ecosystem: Intersection of Science, Economics and Policy — Douglas Parker and Douglas Lipton – Life Sciences At the completion of a Marquee Course in Science and Technology students will be able to: /family? 1. 0.5 2. 1 3. 1.5 4. 2 5. 2.5 Energy Usage by Daytime Running Lights (after some more class work) So we use 3 x 10 9 kWh extra electrical power in our cars A gallon of gas contains about 130/


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LAT ProjectPeer Review of LAT ACD, July 26, 2001 7 LAT Science Requirements Related to the ACD From the Science Requirements Document (433-SRD-0001) LAT shall have / Review of LAT ACD, July 26, 2001 35 Detector Design Required Light Yield The light, created by the charged particle crossing the plastic scintillator, is effected by/ (311P18-10S10R or similar) 1 per board PWB: polyimide printed circuit board per IPC-6012 Class 3, 100% netlist testing and coupon analysis. Connector: MIL-C-38999 Series III, 79 /


Testing, CMT, Embedded Tasks Curriculum Materials Materials Plan for Materials: K-6, 7-8 2 kits per year K-4, specialized kits grade 5 Administrative (Time,

bar graph showing your findings; and The conclusion that is supported by your data. Be prepared to tell your class about any data you collected that might not be accurate because of unexpected things that happened during your experiment /to provide an overview of science standards and units, especially those from the UNH program and STC Kits Professional Development Fifth Grade Jan 7,8 Reviewing the CMT outline/concepts Providing an overview of the GEMS January light kits Reviewing experimentation skills,/


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graph showing your findings; and  The conclusion that is supported by your data. Be prepared to tell your class about any data you collected that might not be accurate because of unexpected things that happened during your experiment Example /provide an overview of science standards and units, especially those from the UNH program and STC Kits Professional Development Fifth Grade Jan 7,8 Reviewing the CMT outline/concepts Providing an overview of the GEMS January light kits Reviewing experimentation skills/


1 An Outline For Discussion Rivermont Presbyterian Church College and Career Sunday School Class Scripture CreationFall Redemption Compiled by P. Ribeiro.

of special interest groups, etc.); Creational Structures (economies, environmental, etc); Arts (bad taste); Science and Technology (technicism, etc). (Rom. 1:21-32) 4 - Distortion is perhaps / new! CreationFall Redemption Scriptures Lesson # 7, July 18, 1999 Rivermont Presbyterian Church College and Career Sunday School Class An Outline For Discussion “For God/marriage. Reinforced by provocative dress, suggestive music or lyrics, hypnotic lighting, and liquor or drugs, this type of dancing is positively pagan/


5-1 ©2011, 2008 Pearson Education, Inc. Upper Saddle River, NJ 07458 FORENSIC SCIENCE: An Introduction, 2 nd ed. By Richard Saferstein DRUGS Chapter 5.

©2011, 2008 Pearson Education, Inc. Upper Saddle River, NJ 07458 FORENSIC SCIENCE: An Introduction, 2 nd ed. By Richard Saferstein Depressants Depressants are another class of drugs. Depressants are substances used to depress the functions of the central /7 +3C 2 H 5 OH + 8H 2 SO 4  2Cr 2 (SO 4 ) 3 + 2K 2 SO 4 + 3CH 3 COOH + 11H 2 O Potassium dichromate is yellow; as concentration decreases, its light absorption diminishes, so the breathalyzer indirectly measures alcohol concentration by measuring light/


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the idea that cosmology is more philosophy than science (Hartnett 2014b). Also I have taken another look at the biblical creationist light-travel- time problem (Hartnett 2015) to /fulfill God’s plan to repopulate and fill the earth (Genesis 9:7).Genesis 9:7 8/28/2015138 Determining Average Dinosaur Size-2 确定恐龙平均大小 -2 “Results / no function’ (Garner, 2003). Richardson and Pullen noted that the ‘uvula has been classed with vestigial structures, such as the vermiform appendix’ (1948). More recently, Putman and /


Life Science – May 22 Life Science: June 11, 2014 – 10 days, 2014 Home Learning: 1. LAST ISN CHECK – MONDAY JUNE 16 th – 25 points 2. Mars Google presentation.

III. Types of Stems a. Herbaceous: Soft, green & flexible b. Woody: Rigid & strong IV.Leaves A.Functions: 1)Capture light 2) Make glucose through photosynthesis 3) Exchange gasses (CO2 & O2) V. Flowers: A.Reproductive organs of a plant B.Produce fruits/ both deal with organizing living things. Taxonomy is the science of NAMING living things while classification is the process of ORGANIZING living things 7 Levels of Taxonomy Kingdom Phylum Class Order Family Genus Species Types of Evidence Main Idea: /


We especially need imagination in science. It is not all mathematics, nor all logic, but is somewhat beauty and poetry. Maria Mitchell (1818-1889) Astronomer.

woman elected to the American Academy of Arts and Sciences NASA Astrobiology Institute: nai.arc.nasa.gov Class Web Page http://flash.uchicago.edu/~calder/teaching//Class Business Syllabus astronomyplace.com Reading: Chapt. 1, Chapt. 2 Homework (Due Feb 11): Chapt. 1: Review questions 2, 6, 7, 10, 13, Problems 3,5,7,14 Chapt. 2: Review questions 1, 2, 4, 5, 9, 12 Class/ Hydrogen compounds CH 4, NH 3, H 2 O150 K1.4% Light gasesHydrogen, heliumNever condensed98.0% The ingredients of the solar nebula condense at /


1 You See it – But Do You Believe It? Multiple Representations and Misconceptions in Science Instructional Materials High School Science Teacher Forum.

produces a neutral grey which may be considered a darkened form of white.” 7 The 2 correct answers approach The Journal of Chemical Education: “… students should /of Writing and Talking Across the Curriculum Because I never wrote or talked about science in my science classes, I never really learned the topic well. In industry, you are always /Think by Richard Feynman –The Meaning of it All by Richard Feynman –Empires of Light: Edison, Tesla, Westinghouse, and the Race to Electrify the World by Jill Jonnes/


PLEASE DO NOW Pick up papers and Folders, on the far board think of one word that you associate with Science Welcome to Biology With Mr. Deveney Monday.

taught in English class to never write in this way. The reason for this is that the goal of writing in that class is to create a narrative. In science we want to/ Internal environment 4.Grows 5.Adapts to changes in outside environment 6.Response to Stimuli 7.Reproduces 8. Universal Genetic Code (DNA and RNA) Notebook for September 12 th Pick/ of structures that are to small to see with the unaided eye. Compound Light Microscopes-allow light to pass through a thin specimen of an image to produce an images. /


Unit 1.  What is Forensic Science?  Forensic Science – application of science to law.

of the detection and pathological effects of poisons – established toxicology as a distinct field of forensic science.  The father of criminal identification  Developed anthropometry – using body length measurements as unique properties/Light brown hair  Dark colored athletic shoes  Population size = 1600  Sample is a typical classroom  Sample size = 33 students  In the sample, 7 students are wearing white t- shirts, so we need to find the percentage of students in the class wearing white shirts.  7/


RED SLIDE: These are notes that are very important and should be recorded in your science journal. Copyright © 2010 Ryan P. Murphy Copyright © 2010 Ryan.

Quiz Animal Phylums Visual Quiz Class Mammalia Lesson Bundle Class Mammalia Lesson Bundle Class Mammalia Lesson Bundle Class Mammalia Lesson Bundle Kingdom Animalia / Factors, Light Lesson Bundle Ecology Non-living Factors, Light Lesson Bundle Ecology Non-living Factors, Light Lesson Bundle Ecology Non-living Factors, Light Lesson Bundle/7 th grade 6 th – 8 th grade 8 th – 10 th grade 5 th – 7 th grade 6 th – 8 th grade 8 th – 10 th grade Physical Science UnitsExtended Tour Link and Curriculum Guide Science/


1 CT3620 VETENSKAPSMETODIK FÖR TEKNIKOMRÅDET HISTORY OF IDEAS IN COMPUTING Gordana Dodig-Crnkovic Department of Computer Science and Engineering Mälardalen.

programmer interfaces (APIs) – Human-computer interaction – Software safety – Security and cryptography – … 7 Hackers & Painters "Everything around us is turning into computers. Your typewriter is gone, replaced/ is...the problem of science...." Logic, § 145 Note. www.class.uidaho.edu/mickelsen/texts/Hegel%20Glossary.htm www.class.uidaho.edu/mickelsen/texts/Hegel/ordinary singular statements are always the interpretations of the facts in the light of theories! 130 Classification (1) –A relation is an /


Mid Term #1 Study Guide 1 Lecture 1 What is Science Empirical Science –Observational, descriptive Science –Detecting patterns, or departures from patterns.

probability Theory: dependent on inductivism Inductivism fails to throw new light on science Recognize an example of inductive reasoning Deduction Process 1.Statement /Adaptability Contain Information (DNA)Contain Information (DNA) Ordered StructureOrdered Structure Uniformity of class Definition of Life An organismic state characterized by the capacity for metabolism, /get them to divide) Cancer cells just keep dividing (HeLa and MCF-7 cells) Telomers (ends of chromosomes) usually spell the end for normal /


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else does,” lead author Bryan Drew said, based on a study of over 7,000 papers that found “about 70 percent of published genetic sequence comparisons are not/again we see why we should hold to the assured results of archaeological research lightly.” An open-access copy of the archaeologists’ report on BASOR is available here/ that no one on campus was to teach ID in science classes at the university. The atheist propaganda in the other class, however, was not restricted. Ironically, Gora maintained that Ball/


Objective 1 The student will demonstrate and understanding of the nature of science.

The student is expected to: A) Demonstrate safe practices during field and laboratory investigations. 1A Bio C 10-04 A science class is conducting an experiment that produces noxious fumes. Because of inadequate ventilation, some students begin to feel nauseated and dizzy/is slowest when elodea produces 7 to 12 bubbles. B Lower light intensity causes a higher photosynthetic rate. C The greatest difference in photosynthetic rate is between the 75 W and 100 W lightbulbs. D Light intensity has little effect on /


Natural Science is divided into 3 main branches: ① Physical Science ② Earth and Space Science ③ Life Science In this class we will be focusing on Physical.

is only ONE possible explanation, and may not be correct! Example: You hypothesize that the light bulb has burnt out. Step #5: Test the Hypothesis with an Experiment Collect data through /is the kilogram (kg), but we will be using mostly grams (g) in this class. WHY? Volume  Volume is the amount of space an object takes up.  The/calculation.  Density = Mass/Volume = 57 g/21 cm 3 = 2.7 g/cm 3 Chapter 1 Introduction to Physical Science Calculating Density  Suppose that a metal object has a mass of 57 g and/


4/16/07Atoms and Stars, Class 131 Atoms and Stars IST 2420 Class 13, April 16 Winter 2007 Instructor: David Bowen Course web site: www.is.wayne.edu/drbowen/aasw07.

own characteristic colors, these were all red-shifted in stars. 4/16/07Atoms and Stars, Class 1312 Big Bang background Red Shift oWhen light source is moving away oAll stars moving away from us oMore distant stars are receding faster /7ºF) 4/16/07Atoms and Stars, Class 1331 Atmosphere, Climate and Change by Thomas Graedel and Paul Crutzen, Scientific American Library, 1997. 4/16/07Atoms and Stars, Class 1332 New York Times, “Computers Add Sophistication, but Don’t Resolve Climate Debate,” Science/


4/12/06Atoms and Stars, Class 131 Atoms and Stars IST 2420 and IST 1990 Class 13 Winter 2006 Instructor: David Bowen Course web site: www.is.wayne.edu/drbowen/aasw06.

eventually come down on the side of experiment 4/12/06Atoms and Stars, Class 139 Experiment 7 Should find V of block  V of displaced water (Archimedes was correct)/ fluctuations) 4/12/06Atoms and Stars, Class 1319 Evidence for Big Bang #4: Thomas Diana (cont’d) oAt one point, science said life impossible without extraordinary coincidences in physical/, but this is unknown 4/12/06Atoms and Stars, Class 1328 Readings: Global Warming (Q12) Light comes in to earth from sun oSome absorbed on surface, warming/


The Ecology: Feeding Levels Unit includes… A Two Part 1000+ Slide PowerPoint full of engaging activities, critical class notes, review opportunities, question,

class notes, review opportunities, question, answers, games, and much more. 13 Page bundled homework that chronologically follows the slideshow for nightly review. Modified version provided as well as answer keys. 7/few, no vertebrates allowed, do not over populate. Don’t forget to lightly water it before closing the lid. Copyright © 2010 Ryan P. Murphy / hungry caterpillar. –B) A type of gardening tool. –C) A branch of science that studies organisms and the environment. –D.) A new item on the McDonalds value/


PCL SECCHI - 1 SECCHI - Visualization & Analysis Tools for Images from Two Spacecraft Paulett Liewer-JPL, John Cook-NRL and SECCHI Team STEREO Science.

regions before reaching Sun’s East limb ) * * Doesn’t really require two SC PCL SECCHI - 7 Second Class: Science from Two SC locations - Observing different targets Information from two complementary spacecraft locations and/or vantage points Physics / PCL SECCHI - 14 LASCO/C2 Lightbulb CME 13Oct99 Note bright features suitable for stereoscopy PCL SECCHI - 15 Tomography for SECCHI White Light (CORs&HIs) Spacecraft B (-37º) - 2 polarizationsEarth (0º) - 2 polarizations + Spacecraft A (37º) - 2 polarizations /


This PowerPoint is one small part of my Taxonomy and Classification Unit. A Seven Part 3,000+ Slide PowerPoint full of engaging activities, critical class.

Looking at algae under the microscope. –Create a wet mount slide and use a compound light microscope. –Sketch and color some of the algae sample on medium power. –Use a/Unit. A Seven Part 3,000+ Slide PowerPoint full of engaging activities, critical class notes, review opportunities, question, answers, games, and much more. 19 Page bundled/7 th grade 6 th – 8 th grade 8 th – 10 th grade 5 th – 7 th grade 6 th – 8 th grade 8 th – 10 th grade Physical Science UnitsExtended Tour Link and Curriculum Guide Science/


4/19/06Atoms and Stars, Class 141 Atoms and Stars IST 2420 and IST 1990 Class 14 Winter 2006 Instructor: David Bowen Course web site: www.is.wayne.edu/drbowen/aasw06.

I won’t send you an email unless you send me the email at the top bullet) 4/19/06Atoms and Stars, Class 149 Lab 7 Questions at end A.Weight does not set flotation B.Specific Gravity < 1 (water)  float C.Ice floats  Specific / General Relativity (cont’d) “Einstein Halo” – light from far galaxy bent by near galaxy Variation on gravitational lens 12 found so far Picture: New York Times, 12/6/05, Pg D4 (Science) 4/19/06Atoms and Stars, Class 1434 Quantum Mechanics At molecular level and smaller, waves and /


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Greetings My name is.. Class instructions Rhymes Songs Colours Recommended: Greetings My name is.. Class instructions Rhymes Songs Colours English Mathematics SEE ATTACHED SHEET Science Art & DesignGeography Music Physical/Light recognise that they need light in order to see things and that dark is the absence of light notice that light is reflected from surfaces sources of light /overview for Year 4 Mathematics Number & PV Count in multiples of 6, 7, 9, 25, 1000 Find 1000 more/less than any given number and /


3/26/07Atoms and Stars, Class 101 Atoms and Stars IST 2420 Class 10, March 26 Winter 2007 Instructor: David Bowen Course web site: www.is.wayne.edu/drbowen/aasw07.

Light.” Newton’s revolutionary impact on science oPrecise mathematical laws, numerical predictions oCausal, with explanatory power (force, mass) oMechanical explanations – clockwork universe oExperimental verification oModel for society – American constitution 3/26/07Atoms and Stars, Class 1029 Isaac Newton Science /7, divide by 16 b)7 ÷ 16 =. 4375, ~.4 i.Check:.4 × 16 = 6.4, about = 7 so OK c)8 7 / 16 = 8.4 Example 2: Convert 8 7 / 16 to decimal inches (Don’t touch the 5!!!) 3/26/07Atoms and Stars, Class/


Atoms and Stars IST 2420 Class 10, March 25 Winter 2008 Instructor: David Bowen Course web site: www.is.wayne.edu/drbowen/aasw08.

Light.” Newton’s revolutionary impact on science oPrecise mathematical laws, numerical predictions oCausal, with explanatory power (force, mass) oMechanical explanations – clockwork universe oExperimental verification oModel for society – American constitution 3/24/08Atoms and Stars, Class 1028 Isaac Newton Science /7, divide by 16 b)7 ÷ 16 =. 4375, ~.4 i.Check:.4 × 16 = 6.4, about = 7 so OK c)8 7 / 16 = 8.4 Example 2: Convert 8 7 / 16 to decimal inches (Don’t touch the 5!!!) 3/24/08Atoms and Stars, Class/


Welcome to FOSS Full Option Science System. Goals for You Participate in FOSS investigations and see how they are part of the larger goals of the kit.

to the class. Getting to know the kit Quick Write Write which circuit design would be better for a string-of-lights, series or parallel? Tell why. Include examples or drawings if you know some. State Standards 7.2.4./Found on-line also www.fossweb.comwww.fossweb.com Formative Assessment Monitor student progress through Teacher Observation Student Sheets Science Notebooks Summative Assessment Assessment Scoring Guide 0-4 Performance Assessment – answering questions based on manipulating materials. Drawing /


Computing & Information Sciences Kansas State University CIS 536/636 Introduction to Computer Graphics Lecture 9 of 41 William H. Hsu Department of Computing.

6.2, 4.3.2, 20.2, Eberly 2 e – see http://bit.ly/ieUq45http://bit.ly/ieUq45 Next class: Section 2.7, Eberly 2 e, Direct3D handout Brown CS123 slides on Illumination – http://bit.ly/fGWndjhttp://bit.ly/fGWndj Wayback Machine /Dam et al., Brown University http://bit.ly/hiSt0fhttp://bit.ly/hiSt0f Reused with permission. Microscopic View of Light [4]: Light Emission Computing & Information Sciences Kansas State University CIS 536/636 Introduction to Computer Graphics Lecture 9 of 41 Adapted from slides © 2010 /


EDUC 4464 – Class 6 J/I Methods Bell Work As a group, discuss why it is important to create lessons which have the students involved in their own learning?

day class. Let’s begin by reviewing what we already know about electricity. Your Task: 1. Have one person from your group come up to get the materials 2. Your task is to make the light bulb light 3. Lift your hand up when your group does it Activity Planning Format For Lesson Plans Subject/Course: Science & TechnologyName: Your Name Grade Level: Grade 6Date/


Copyright © by Holt, Rinehart and Winston. All rights reserved. ResourcesChapter menu The World of Physical Science Table of Contents Section 1 Exploring.

ResourcesChapter menu Section 1 Exploring Physical Science Physical Science: All Around You What you learn about matter and energy is important for other science classes, too. Meteorology The study of/ voltage sources called laser “pumps” cause laser materials to emit certain wavelengths of light depending on the material used. Continued on the next slide Chapter 1 Standardized Test/ was reached until the time the temperature decreased to 20°C? F 7 min G 9 min H 11 min I 12 min Chapter 1 Standardized/


Copyright © 1995-2009 Clifford Neuman - UNIVERSITY OF SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA - INFORMATION SCIENCES INSTITUTE Advanced Operating Systems Lecture notes Dr.

SCIENCES INSTITUTE Other Terminology  Process versus task/thread.  Process: heavy-weight unit of execution.  Task/thread: light-/ OF SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA - INFORMATION SCIENCES INSTITUTE But this is an OS class  The OS must be/SCIENCES INSTITUTE CSci555: Advanced Operating Systems Lecture 7 – October 8 2010 Virtualization Dr. Clifford Neuman University of Southern California Information Sciences Institute Copyright © 1995-2009 Clifford Neuman - UNIVERSITY OF SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA - INFORMATION SCIENCES/


Miami-Dade County Public Schools Department of Science Science ICAD 2 October 26, 27, or 29, 2015 8:30 AM - 3:30 PM Millard E. Lightburn, Ph.D., District.

3: Strategic Thinking & Complex Reasoning Verbs: (skills) Nouns: (concepts) Department of Science Investigate Explain Electrical energy Heat Light sound energy energy motion Essential Questions: Let’s look again at the Pacing Guide /Class and add students Create a fun digital project Department of Science FCAT Content Assessed: SC.5.P.10.2: Energy causing a change; energy causing motion; sources of energy – air Key Instructional Resources: Gr. 5 Quarter 2 What is Energy? PPWhat is Energy? PP PSELL Inquiry 7/


Copyright © 1995-2009 Clifford Neuman - UNIVERSITY OF SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA - INFORMATION SCIENCES INSTITUTE Advanced Operating Systems Lecture notes Dr.

SCIENCES INSTITUTE Other Terminology  Process versus task/thread.  Process: heavy-weight unit of execution.  Task/thread: light-/ OF SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA - INFORMATION SCIENCES INSTITUTE But this is an OS class  The OS must be/SCIENCES INSTITUTE CSci555: Advanced Operating Systems Lecture 7 – October 7 2011 Virtualization Dr. Clifford Neuman University of Southern California Information Sciences Institute Copyright © 1995-2009 Clifford Neuman - UNIVERSITY OF SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA - INFORMATION SCIENCES/


Atoms and Stars IST 2420 Class 13, April 14 Winter 2008 Instructor: David Bowen Course web site: www.is.wayne.edu/drbowen/aasw08.

white hole, but these have not been seen, so may not exist 4/14/07Atoms and Stars, Class 1332 Readings: Global Warming (Q12) Light comes in to earth from sun oSome absorbed on surface, warming earth and reradiating heat (infrared) radiation/avg 7ºF) 4/14/07Atoms and Stars, Class 1333 Atmosphere, Climate and Change by Thomas Graedel and Paul Crutzen, Scientific American Library, 1997. 4/14/07Atoms and Stars, Class 1334 New York Times, “Computers Add Sophistication, but Don’t Resolve Climate Debate,” Science /


Atoms and Stars IST 2420 Class 13, April 20 Winter 2009 Instructor: David Bowen Course web site: www.is.wayne.edu/drbowen/aasw09.

these have not been seen, so may not exist Readings: Global Warming 4/20/09Atoms and Stars, Class 1345 Readings: Global Warming (Q13) Light comes in to earth from sun oSome absorbed on surface, warming earth and reradiating heat (infrared) / 7ºF) 4/20/09Atoms and Stars, Class 1346 Atmosphere, Climate and Change by Thomas Graedel and Paul Crutzen, Scientific American Library, 1997. 4/20/09Atoms and Stars, Class 1347 New York Times, “Computers Add Sophistication, but Don’t Resolve Climate Debate,” Science /


Unit 4: Forensic Glass Analysis Introduction to Forensic Science.

L90 https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PSurxsGQ L90 7 Glass Analysis 1.Composition of Glass 2.Types of / glass – Contains lead oxide which makes it denser – Sparkles as light passes through it (light waves are bent) – Used for manufacturing fine glassware and art glass/particles, but only as a class characteristic 19 Glass Analysis 1./Certification Training, Sam Houston State University Forensic Science: Fundamentals & Investigation (1 st Edition), Anthony Bertino Forensic Science: From the Crime Scene to the /


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toy called kaleidoscope. It consists of three plane mirror inclined at an angle of 60° to each other. 7 Class VIII / Term II / science A CTIVITY 2 C ONTD … Pre-requisite Knowledge The mirror form multiple images of these glass pieces, resulting in/and paper for the bangle pieces to move. 9 Class VIII / Term II / science A CTIVITY 2 C ONTD … Demonstration 10 Class VIII / Term II / science A CTIVITY 2 C ONTD … Observation: Hold your kaleidoscope towards light. Look through the other end and see the beautiful /


Welcome to Science. Shortly after you enter class, I will ask for your attention. I will expect… –To see every student sitting in a chair ready to learn.

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A Computer Science Tapestry 4.1 Control, Functions, Classes We’ve used built-in types like int and double as well as the standard class string and the.

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