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  • Circles: Circle and Data C3
    This is all I have so far: Circles IB Mathematics SL Type I Luxjoria Thibodeaux 24 February 2013 Mr. Wallace Period 6 In this task, I will analyze the positions of points in intersecting circles. The data is presented separately to distinguish between the original circle and the original circle’s relationship to circle 2 and circle 3. I will analyze each circle analytically and graphically to develop a general statement to represent the given data, as well as, consider any...
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  • The Circle Analysis - 1158 Words
    The Circle Analysis 1. Thinking about the company itself, what is good about the community of Circle employees? They have a strong connection to each other They value each other Technologically advanced 2. What isn’t good about the community of Circle employees? Little to no privacy, Kayaking incident (pg. 277) The Wise men are adamant about completing the circle, which takes away from sustainability (pg. 324) 3. What is just within the community of Circle employees? They respect each...
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  • Equations of Circles - 534 Words
    Kuta Software - Infinite Algebra 2 Name___________________________________ Writing Equations of Circles Date________________ Period____ Use the information provided to write the standard form equation of each circle. 1) 8 x + x 2 − 2 y = 64 − y 2 2) 137 + 6 y = − y 2 − x 2 − 24 x 3) x 2 + y 2 + 14 x − 12 y + 4 = 0 4) y 2 + 2 x + x 2 = 24 y − 120 5) x 2 + 2 x + y 2 = 55 + 10 y 6) 8 x + 32 y + y 2 = −263 − x 2 7) Center: (−11, −8) Radius: 4 8) Center: (−6, −15) Radius: 5 9) ( x − 16) 2...
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  • Circle Of Trust - 1028 Words
    As I reminisce about the required readings of this week's lessons, I am reminded of the phrase "Circle of Trust". The words are simple enough, but the meaning behind it is so profound. According to Palmer, the circle of trust is not just about familiar and comfortable relationships between family, friends and loved ones. The circle of trust is truly about the relationship that a person builds or creates within every space of their lives. Rather that space be your personal life, your cultural...
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  • History of Circle - 278 Words
    ------------------------------------------------- History of circle The word "circle" derives from the Greek, kirkos "a circle," from the base ker- which means to turn or bend. The origins of the words "circus" and "circuit" are closely related. The circle has been known since before the beginning of recorded history. Natural circles would have been observed, such as the Moon, Sun, and a short plant stalk blowing in the wind on sand, which forms a circle shape in the sand. The circle is the...
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  • Circle and Pic - 1249 Words
    Circles Study Guide 1. [pic]*Not drawn to scale. If the circle above has a circumference of 54 feet and the length of arc Q is 3 feet, then what is the measure of [pic]COA? [pic] A. 45° [pic] B. 36° [pic] C. 20° [pic] D. 60° 2. [pic] In the circle above the length of arc BC is 3 cm, [pic]BOC = 34°, and [pic]AOB = 68°. What is the length of arc AB? [pic] A. 21 cm [pic] B. 4 cm [pic] C. 10 cm [pic] D. 6 cm 3. Given a circle with center B and [pic]ABC = 72°, determine the...
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  • Quality Circles - 439 Words
    QUALITY CIRCLES: CONCEPT AND APPLICATIONS Quality circles were first developed in the 1960s by a man named Kaoru Ishikawa in Japan. The Union of Japanese Scientists and Engineers (JUSE) were the ones who paid for the research that put the theories about behavior science and quality control together. A quality circle is a participatory management technique that enlists the help of employees in solving problems related to their own jobs. Circles are formed of employees working together in an...
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  • Quality Circle - 1133 Words
    Quality Circles Quality Circles (QC) or Quality Control Circles (QCC) : History * Pioneered by Japanese. * Japanese nomenclature: Quality Control Circles (QCC), generally now known as Quality Circles (QC) or some call it as Small Group Activity (SGA). * 1962: First QC Circle was registered with QC Circle Head Quarters in Japan. * 1974: Lockheed Company, USA started Quality Circle movement. * 1977: International Association of Quality Circles (IACC) was formed in USA....
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  • Maths Circles Ia - 2252 Words
    XYZ IB SL Math Circles Aim: The aim of this task is to investigate positions of points in intersecting circles. Introduction: The above diagram shows that distance r is the distance between any point, such as A, and the center of the circle, O, of the circle C1. The circle C2 has centre P and radius OP. A is one of the points of intersection of C1 and C2. Circle C3 has centre A, and radius r. The point P’ is the intersection of C3 with (OP). The r=1, OP=2, and P’=0.5. This is shown...
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  • Lakota Symbolism of the Circle - 1928 Words
    The word circle has many meanings. According to dictionary.com, it has approzimately twenty definitions. Two meanings are: a closed plane curve consisting of all points at a given distance from a point within it called the center and a series ending where it began, especially when perpetually repeated. These previous two definitions are coherent in Lakota religion. One of the most profound symbols in the Lakota culture is the circle. Being keen observers, the people realized the circle...
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  • Intersection of Lines and circles - 701 Words
    Lines and Circles By: Winnie W. Poli MT-I, MNHS Intersection of Lines Consider two lines L1 and L2 Do L1 and L2 always have a point of intersection? When will they have a point of intersection? How do you find the point of intersection if there exists ? Lines & Circles Winnie W. Poli Lines and Circles Two Points of Intersection No Point of Intersection One Point of Intersection Lines & Circles Winnie W. Poli Finding the Point of Intersection • Solve a system...
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  • Energy Circles: An Overview
    What are Energy Circles? Energy Circles are one way to send remote healing energy, Switchwords, etc., to a person, place or thing, or even to yourself. It is preferred to put no more than two or three Switchphrases in an Energy Circle and it is preferred to have no more than three Energy Circles actively sending energy to a person, place or thing at one time. A Switchphrase may be one or two Switchwords, or even possibly as many as nine or ten Switchwords. You can also specifically put...
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  • The Unit Circle Projec - 308 Words
    The Unit Circle Project Due on _________________ Goal: To create an artistic representation of The Unit Circle • Using your medium of choice (no garbage cans, food or glitter, please), create a display of the Unit Circle. • Your display should include all the angles represented on the unit circle. • Angles should be labeled in degrees and radians. Please be sure to measure the angles with a protractor to ensure accurate representation. • This project is a...
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  • Ellipse: Circle and Points - 2287 Words
    ELLIPSE 9. Given the following equation 9x2 + 4y2 = 36 a) Find the x and y intercepts of the graph of the equation. b) Find the coordinates of the foci. c) Find the length of the major and minor axes. d) Sketch the graph of the equation. Solution a) We first write the given equation in standard form by dividing both sides of the equation by 36 9x2 / 36 + 4y2 / 36 = 1 ...
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  • Circle and Tangent Radius - 7866 Words
    3 Tangents to Circles 3 Tangents to Circles Activity Activity 3.1 (p. 3.4) 1. ∠PMO = 90° (line joining centre to mid-pt. of chord ⊥ chord) ∠QOT = 72° ∠ROQ + ∠QOT = 180° (adj. ∠s on st. line) y + 72° = 180° y = 108° 3. TQ = TP ∴ x = 7 cm TQ = TP = PQ ∴ ∠TPQ = 60° y = 60° ∴ (tangent properties) 2. OM = OA − AM 2 2 (Pyth. theorem) (prop. of equil. △) = r 2 − x2 3. (a) Yes (b) AM = 0; OM = r (c) Yes Classwork (p. 3.23) 1. ∠ATP = ∠ABT x = 70° (∠ in alt....
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  • Circle Symbol Black Elk
    The circle/hoop has many significant uses and purposes in the daily life of the Sioux. Many items and plans have a circle integrated into them. For example, the Sioux hold on to trust, relations, and connections. Another reason why the tribe values a circle, is because of their beliefs and ideas of the gods. When the tribe sets up the village, the people circle around the most powerful figures in the tribe. Not only do they live like a circle, they also have dances and rituals in a circular...
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  • Circle and Unit Radius - 494 Words
    plot: creates 2d line plot axis: changes aspect ratio of x and y axis x label: annoted the x axis y label: annoted the y axis title: puts the title on the plot title of prog: title('circle of unit radius') print: prints the hardcopy of the plot EX: draw a circle of unit radius x and y co ordinates 100 points of the circle the parametric eq is x=cos(t) y=sin(t) theta=linspace(0,2*pi,100); axis='equal'; xlabel('x') ylabel('y') 1. plot y=sinx range 0...
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  • The Circle book review - 1488 Words
     Kent price, political science 490 Dave egger’s book The circle discusses how invasive modern technology has become. He notes are willingness to accept and adapt to new technology as commonplace. The book was eye opening to my social media presence and to be cautious about how much I share. The book was easy to read but I felt it had to many plot holes. Mae Holland is a recent college graduate ready to move on to better opportunities. Having grown tired of the monotonous life she was...
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  • Determining the Ratio of Circumference to Diameter of a Circle
    Determining the Ratio of Circumference to Diameter of a Circle In determining the ratio of the circumference to the diameter I began by measuring the diameter of one of the si objects which contained circles, then using a string, I wrapped the string around the circle and compared the length of the string, which measured the circumference, to a meter stick. With this method I measured all of the six circles. After I had this data, I went back and rechecked the circumference with a tape...
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  • Ib Math Sl Ia - Circles
    Alma Guadalupe Luna Math IA (SL TYPE1) Circles Circles Introduction The objective of this task is to explore the relationship between the positions of points within circles that intersect. The first figure illustrates circle C1 with radius r, centre O, and any point P. r is the distance between the centre O and any point (such as A) of circle C1. Figure 1 The second diagram...
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  • Question Set on the Circle and Central Angle
    09.03 Module 9 Quiz Saje McDowell Question 1: Campsite #1, lookout tower, and campsite #2 form a central angle within the circle. If the angle formed is 120°, describe the relationship between the angle and the arc it intercepts. You must show all work to receive credit. Since the central angle is 120 degrees, the arc BEC would be its intercepted arc. Since a intercepted angle and a central angle have the same value, it would be 120 degrees. Question 2: An inscribed angle is formed by...
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  • Mohr's Circle Solution for the Strain Gauge Rosette
    Quick and Dirty Mohr’s Circle Solution for the Strain Gauge Rosette A 3 gauge rosette is attached to a simple tension bar. The three gauges of the rosette are at 45 degrees in relation to each other but the rosette is not aligned with the strap. The strap is 1.00 inches wide and 0.25 inches thick and is loaded with 3000 lbs tension with the force aligned with the long axis of the bar. The material is steel with: E = 29E6 psi and ν = 0.3 Theory: The theory is that the stress in the bar is...
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  • All About Conics: Circles, Ellipses, Hyperbolas, and Parabolas
    Conics are surprisingly easy! There are four types of conic sections, circles, parabolas, ellipses, and hyperbolas. The first type of conic, and easiest to spot and solve, is the circle. The standard form for the circle is (x-h)^2 + (y-k)^2 = r^2. The x-axis and y-axis radius are the same, which makes sense because it is a circle, and from In order to graph an ellipse in standard form, the center is first plotted (the (h, k)). Then, the x-radius is plotted on both sides of the center, and the...
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  • Lesson 9-2 Devoloping Formulas for Circles and Regular Polygons
    Name LESSON Date Class Reteach Developing Formulas for Circles and Regular Polygons Circumference and Area of Circles 9-2 A circle with diameter d and radius r has circumference C d or C 2 r. A circle with radius r has area A 2 r . Find the circumference of circle S in which A Step 1 Use the given area to solve for r. A 81 cm 2 2 81 cm . r2 r r2 r 2 Area of a circle Substitute 81 for A. Divide both sides by . Take the square root of both sides. cm 81 cm2 9 cm...
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  • An Evaluation of the Circle of Friends Intervention Utilisied with Year 5 Pupils in the Uk
    AN EVALUATION OF ‘CIRCLE OF FRIENDS’ INTERVENTION UTILISED WITH YEAR 5 PUPILS A dissertation submitted in part fulfilment of the requirements for the degree of MSc in Educational Psychology in the Faculty of Humanities. 2006 Philip Stock The University of Manchester ABSTRACT The aim of the study was to evaluate the effectiveness of the Circle of Friends intervention on year five (9-10 years old) pupils. The Circle of Friends approach is a recent development that aims to...
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  • Lesson Plan in Math - 877 Words
    Parts of a Circle I. Learning Objectives Cognitive: Psychomotor: Affective: Identify the parts of a circle Draw a circle and show its parts Show cooperation in group activities II. Learning Content Skills: References: Materials: Value: 1. Identifying the parts of a circle 2. Drawing a circle and showing its parts BEC-PELC III.A.1.2 textbooks in Math 4 cutouts of circles, drawing of circles, colored chalk Cooperation III. Learning Experiences A. Preparatory Activities 1. Drill Crazy Quilt...
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  • sample paper - 1078 Words
    X CBSE Paper March 2012 Time : 3 Hrs. M.M. : 80 1. If 1 is a root of the equation ay2 + ay + 3 = 0 and y2 + y + b = 0, then ab equals : (a) 3 (b)  (c) 6 (d) 3 2. The sum of first 20 odd natural numbers is : (a) 100 (b) 210 (c) 400 (d) 420 3. In fig., the sides AB, BC and CA of a triangle ABC, touch a circle at P, Q and R respectively. If PA = 4 cm, BP = 3 cm and AC = 11 cm, then the length of BC (in cm) is : (a) 11 (b) 10 (c)...
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  • CE quiz bee - 270 Words
    DIFFICULT 1. Three identical circles of radius 30 cm are tangent to each other externally. A fourth circle of the same radius was drawn so that its center is coincidence with the center of the space bounded by the three tangent circles. Find the area of the region inside the fourth circle but outside the first three circles. It is the shaded region shown in the figure below. Answer:214.32 cm2 2. From a car traveling east at 40 miles per hour, an airplane traveling...
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  • Teaching Mathematics and Its Applications
    Teaching Mathematics and Its Applications (2009) 28, 69^76 doi:10.1093/teamat/hrp003 Advance Access publication 13 March 2009 GeoGebra ç freedom to explore and learn* LINDA FAHLBERG-STOJANOVSKAy Department of Mathematics and Computer Sciences, University of St. Clement of Ohrid, Bitola, FYR Macedonia Downloaded from http://teamat.oxfordjournals.org/ at University of Melbourne Library on October 23, 2011 VITOMIR STOJANOVSKI Department of Mechanical Engineering, University of St....
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  • Catia - 4950 Words
    Introduction to CATIA V5 Release 16 (A Hands-On Tutorial Approach) Kirstie Plantenberg University of Detroit Mercy PUBLICATIONS SDC Schroff Development Corporation www.schroff-europe.com www.schroff.com Visit the following websites to learn more about this book: An Introduction to CATIA V5 Chapter 2: SKETCHER Copyrighted Chapter 2: SKETCHER Material Introduction Chapter 2 focuses on CATIA’s Sketcher workbench. The reader will learn how to sketch and constrain...
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  • Maths Term Two Worksheet
    D.A.V. PUBLIC SCHOOL, THANE. 2012-13 WORKSHEET :10 TOPIC: CIRCLES&TANGENTS SUB: MATHEMATICS. STD: X 1. Three circles are described touching each other at two places externally. If the sides of the triangle are 4cm, 6 cm and 8 cm, find the radii of circles. 2. In the given figure, circles with centres O and O’ touch internally at point A. AB is a chord of bigger circle intersecting the smaller one at C. If the smaller circle passes through the centre of the bigger circle , then P.T AC =...
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  • Significance of Pi's Name in Life of Pi
    Significance of Pi’s name Pi’s full name, Piscine Molitor Patel, was inspired by a Parisian swimming pool. The shortened form refers to the ration of a circle’s circumference divided by its diameter, a number that goes on forever without discernible pattern, what in mathematics is called an irrational number. Explore the significance of Pi’s unusual name. ( Pi was named Piscine after the swimming pool Piscine Molitor in Paris, France. Pi’s full name is Piscine Molitor Patel, which he...
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  • Geometry Uni 1 Lesson 7 Assessment
    Geometry Unit 1 Lesson 7 Assessment Column A (choose two of the following) Column B (choose one of the following) Construct a line segment and copy it. Construct an angle and copy it. Construct a line segment and bisect it. Construct an angle and bisect it. Construct parallel lines. Construct a perpendicular line through a point on the given line. Construct a perpendicular line through a point not on the given line. Construct an equilateral triangle inscribed in a circle. Construct a...
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  • Lab Introduction - 754 Words
    Physics 113 Section 78608 Introduction Lab Ruben Date Performed: August 27, 2013 TA: Tarek Abstract The purpose of this lab was to use Logger Pro to analyze relationships of circular objects. The circumference, radius, and area of various objects were recorded. These measurements were placed in Logger Pro and plotted with one another. The relationship between the circumference and diameter was calculated to be 3.145, while the relationship between the area and the radius was...
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  • Cad/Cam - 4098 Words
    Chad Odwin Ch740713 CAD/CAM Midterm Project Report Project Goals The goal of this project was to help students become familiar with a program created by the company Siemens called NX, specifically versions 8.0 and 8.5. Somewhat similar to the program SolidWORKS, NX allows the user to create sketches of simple and complex objects, and then create a 3-D model of the object. Also, an assembly of these models can be made by assigning constraints to create an overall 3-D assembly model....
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  • A day without my cellphone
    LTD MT EDUCARE LTD – SATTEBOARD GEOMETRY ASSIGNMENT - I 20MARKS 1. In the adj fig, seg SP ⊥ side YK & seg YT ⊥ seg SK. If SP = 6 , YK =13 ,YT= 5 and TK= 12 then find :- A(∆SYK):A(∆YTK). 2. In the adj fig., seg DH ⊥ seg EF and seg GK ⊥ seg EF. If DH = 12 cm, GK = 20 cm & A(∆ DEF) = 300 cm² then find (i) EF (II) A(∆GEF) (III) A( DFGE) 3. In the adj fig., RP : PK = 3:2 then find the value of : (i) A(∆ TRP) : A(∆ TPK) (II) A(∆ TRK) : A(∆TPK) (III) A(∆ TRP) : A(∆ TRK) 4. In...
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  • RIGHT TO EDUCATION - 7488 Words
    Class X Unit 13 Areas Related to Circles – Elective Contents 1. Syllabus 2. Scope document 3. Teacher’s Support Material Teachers’ Note Activity Skill Matrix Warm Up W1 Circles, Circles all around Warm Up W2 Rangoli and Geometry Pre Content P1 Crossword puzzle – Checking Basics of Circle Pre –Content P2 Making Picture Dictionary Pre –Content P3 Introducing Area of Sector Content Worksheet CW1 Length of an Arc Content Worksheet CW2 Area of a Sector Content Worksheet...
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  • Login - 1912 Words
    Alexander Zouev 000051 - 060 - 3 - Extended Essay – Mathematics Alhazen’s Billiard Problem Introduction: Regarded as one of the classic problems from two dimensional geometry, Alhazen’s Billiard Problem has a truly rich history. The problem is believed to have been first introduced by Greek astronomer Ptolemy back in 150 AD1 and then eventually noticed by 17th century Arabic mathematician Abu Ali al Hassan ibn Alhaitham (whose name was later Latinized into Alhazen)2 ....
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  • Hello - 329 Words
    Foster Kleinstiver Professor Newman ENG 102 April 13, 2013 Eagle Song Poem Analysis In “Eagle Song” an author named Joy Harjo uses an expanded metaphor that depicts a prayer to an eagle which explains how prayers are out of people’s control. This poem uses symbolism to depict the circle of life from the author’s abstract perspective. Joy starts off the poem by introducing the idea that prayers are carried out of people and into the “sky, to earth, to sun, to moon.” Despite the ability that...
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  • Adobe Illustrator Tutorials - 4303 Words
    Swirl Mania in Illustrator & Photoshop Tags * illustrator * photoshop * tutorial There are lots of ways to create swirls in Illustrator, you can even download vectors from sites such as bittbox and dezignus, and if you are using Photoshop you can download brushes with those sorts of symbols. However in this tutorial I will show 4 ways to create swirls, and by mixing them you will learn some very powerful techniques that will allow you to easily make tons of different styles...
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  • Solidworks CAD Pulley System
    Cad Rep Parametrisation Some of the important parameters that I created and then used in my design table and also in the calculations below are as follows: Shaft Radius= Shaft Diameter/2 Gear Circumference= No. of teeth x 10mm Flange Diameter= (2 x Gear Radius) + 10 Hub Diameter= Shaft Diameter x 2 ‘Cut for Shaft’ diameter= Shaft Diameter Hole Diameter= Shaft Diameter Calculations The first calculation was to calculate the Gear Radius (r) using the information provided: The...
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  • The Determination Of Pi - 486 Words
    The Determination of Pi (π) Purpose: The purpose of this lab is to analyze the measurements of the circumference and diameter obtained for varying cylindrical-shaped objects in order to determine and prove the natural value of π. Background: After collecting data from the individual variables (cylinders), create an analytical representation of your results. The experimenter can do this by taking the measurements of the circumference and diameter obtained and applying...
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  • Assignment - 1642 Words
    | Object–Oriented Programming | Assignment | | Nadhirah Binti Md Rafidi | | HNDC 12/02 GROUP 2 | Question 1 import javax.swing.JOptionPane; public class Question1 { final static double PI = 3.14159; public static void main(String[] args) { double radius, area, diameter, circumference; String str = ""; radius = Double.parseDouble(JOptionPane.showInputDialog("Enter the number of radius: ")); area = radius * radius * PI; diameter = 2 * radius;...
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  • Length and Pm - 728 Words
    7.Area of Sectors and Segments.notebook Arcs, Sectors and Segments March 27, 2012 Arc - part of a circle's circumference - measured in degrees or length units. Mar 17­10:25 AM Length of an Arc = Mar 17­10:28 AM Example: Determine the length of arc AB. A 80 Pull m = measure of central angle in degrees 5 cm B 0 r = radius of circle Mar 17­10:30 AM Mar 17­10:33 AM 1 7.Area of Sectors and Segments.notebook Sector - part of a circle formed by two radii and an arc. March 27, 2012...
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  • Classx 1 Model - 1199 Words
    MODEL QUESTION PAPER 2013-14 MATHEMATICS CLASS –X Time allowed : 3 hours Maximum Marks :90 General Instructions: (i) (ii) (iii) (iv) (v) All questions are compulsory. The question paper consists of 34 questions divided into four sections A,B,C and D . Section A comprises of 8 questions of 1 mark each , section B comprises of 6 questions of 2 marks each, section C comprises of 10 questions of 3 marks each and section D comprises 10 questions of 4 marks each. Questions numbers 1 to 8 in...
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  • maths p2 - 1284 Words
    NATIONAL SENIOR CERTIFICATE GRADE 11 MATHEMATICS P2 EXEMPLAR 2013 MARKS: 150 TIME: 3 hours This question paper consists of 12 pages and 3 diagram sheets. Copyright reserved Please turn over Mathematics/P2 2 NSC – Grade 11 Exemplar DBE/2013 INSTRUCTIONS AND INFORMATION Read the following instructions carefully before answering the questions. 1. This question paper consists of 11 questions. 2. Answer ALL the questions. 3. Clearly show ALL...
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  • Mathematics Subject Outline - 483 Words
    Investigation: Intersecting Chords of a Circle On completion of the investigation I had learned many new important qualities associated with the intersecting chords within a circle theorems. The three theorems studied in this investigation include: Two chords intersecting externally, two chords intersecting internally and the intersection of a chord and tangent. Each theorem can be used to determine different things (e.g. the tangent-chord theorem can be used to determine the approximate...
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  • Geometry Project - 1847 Words
    Compilation of Geometric Figures, Definitions, and Illustrations (Project in Math) Submitted by: Submitted to: Jericah Manalang Mrs. Joycelene Migano Table of Contents A. Introduction B. The Art of Reasoning C. The Models of Points, Lines, and Angles D. The Transversals E. Polygons 1. Triangle 2. Quadrilateral 3. Pentagon 4. Hexagon 5. Heptagon 6. Octagon 7. Nonagon 8. Decagon 9. Dodecagon 10. Tetradecagon F....
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  • Observation and Children - 1100 Words
    Observation of the Classroom The way a classroom is designed is very important in order for a classroom to run smoothly. It is important to have enough toys, furniture and space to keep children happy. After observing a preschool room, other than my own; I learned how I can improve my own classroom. The preschool environment seemed very well organized and the teachers were in control. The classroom observed had all the necessary areas of a preschool room. The room had a...
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  • Pow 2 Tying the Knots
    by wyjete In a far far away land there lived a queen, for some unknown reason she only let people get married if they took 6 strings held them in one hand and tied the ends together if they got one big circle then it worked and they live happily ever after if not then they must weight 6 long months and try again. Process I started out in disbelief on how big the problem was and how long it would it would take me but then i realized that the top strings don't even matter because...
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  • The Nibble Theaory - 1872 Words
    THE NIBBLE THEORY: It’s an unusual little book, only 74 pages soaking wet, with funny little line drawings resembling cartoons. But its message is big. When I lend it to people, I can see the look on their face. “Is she serious??!” you can almost hear them think. “This is the book that’s going to explain everything and change my life??!!” I am, I assure them, and it will. The premise is simple. All people have the potential to grow into the very best people they can be. This growth can...
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  • 10 Class Maths Paper
    SAMPLE PAPER - 2008 Class - X SUBJECT – MATHEMATICS Time: 3 hrs Marks: 80 General Instructions: ( I ) All questions are compulsory. ( ii ) The question paper consists of 30 questions divided into four sections –A, B, C and D. Section A contains 10 questions of 1 mark each, Section B is of 5 questions of 2 marks each, Section C is of 10 questions of 3 marks each...
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  • Role Of Youth In Promoting Oil Conservation
     Q: 6 Under which of the following conditions are you most likely to fall sick? (a) When you are taking examinations. (b) When you have travelled by bus and train for two days. (c) When your friend is suffering from measles. Why? Answer I will be most likely to fall sick when my friend is suffering from measles. This is because in this condition, I will visit my friend and will be likely to get infected with measles. Measeles is an infectious as well as an air-borne disease....
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  • the impact of social networks on younger generation
    Popular Games to play in events : Popular Games to play in events : 1. water balloon toss – after every successful catch the team members take one step away from each other. 2. balloon relay – one person blows the balloon bursts it and tags the other , 1st to finish wins. 3. balloon stuff game – stuff maximum balloons in ones clothes without showing the balloons . 4. balloon stomp – balloons tied to ankeles and have to be bursted only with the help of the ankles ....
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  • Boarding School and Day School
    Twice the Angle - Circle Theorems 3: Angle at the Centre Theorem Definitions An arc of a circle is a contiguous (i.e. no gaps) portion of the circumference. An arc which is half of a circle is called a semi-circle. An arc which is shorter than a semi-circle is called a minor arc. An arc which is greater than a semi-circle is called a major arc. Clearly, for every minor arc there is a corresponding major arc. A segment of a circle is a figure bounded by an arc and its chord. If the arc is a...
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  • once upon a time - 487 Words
    OUR OWN HIGH SCHOOL, AL WARQA’A, DUBAI GRADE: X - AREAS RELATED TO CIRCLES 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. ASSIGNMENT: 1 Sum of radii of two circles is 140 cm and the difference of their circumferences is 88 cm. Find the diameters of the circles.(154, 126) The circumference of a circle exceeds its diameter by 16.8 cm. Find the radius of the circle.(3.92) Area of a circular field is 88704 m2. How long will it take to go 10 rounds at the speed of 4.5 km/h?(2h 20m 48s) A race track is in the form...
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  • Dance of Life - 1226 Words
    Alyssa Potter Humanities 1010 Analytical Essay 4/11/12 Dance of Life The painting “Dance of Life”, created by Edvard Munch in 1900, is a painting that portrays people in different stages of life. It portrays two women who seem sad, a third woman who seems happy, and a bunch of other women dancing with men. The painting implies that life is difficult and that it can be depressing at times, but that it always goes on. The arrangement of the women in a half circle represents the phases of...
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