• Third Dimension Exist Particles Dimensional
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    The Facts of Life "Existence is Truth" Everything we know of is the third dimension, and its properties. Everything is composed of atoms, and atoms are composed of smaller particles. All particles are three dimensional because they have the dimension of height, the dimension of width, and the dimension of depth. Air is composed of particles in a low state of density, water is composed of particles in a more dense state, and physical objects are composed of particles in a high state of density. ...
  • Tools Dimensional Design
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    This is just a test. How you do on the tests determines your prospective, just like any other test given to prove your worthy. Passing a test can lead to jubilance in paradise, but failing a test can lead to depression in netherworld. We humans have been given a gift, not like any other gift: the ability to use tools. The pre-medical student must take the MCAT to be accepted medical school. The pre-engineer must take the mechanical test to be accepted to a job. This terminology applies to every...
  • What Is A Technical Language
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    What is technical language? Scientists have tried to come up with a definition since the beginning of the 18 th century, therefore many interpretations have been made. They started to discuss terms and vocabularies in order to define technical language. A couple of years later they emphasized the importance of text and nowadays they are talking about text from a communication aspect. The Anglo-Saxon society regarded a language to be a system, therefore they found little interest in technical lan...
  • Social Emotional Win Dimension Physical
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    Stephen R. Covey, the author of "The 7 Habits of Highly Effective People," is empowering readers with problem solving tools needed to overcome the routine to the extreme situations of personal and workplace environments. Covey explains simply that you don't have to be a genius to apply these principles of 7 habits, but you will have to possess balanced dimensions of nature: physical, spiritual, mental, and social / emotional . The ideas explained by Covey start by using the principles of natural...
  • Mrs Ramsay Children Wife Woolf
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    The Two-Dimensional Character In the novel, To the Lighthouse, Virginia Woolf illustrates the character of Mr. Ramsay, a husband and father of eight children. As a husband, he degrades and mentally abuses his wife, Mrs. Ramsay, and as a father, he disparages and psychologically injures his children. Yet, Mr. Ramsay has another side -- a second dimension. He carries the traits of a very compassionate and loving husband and a securing and nurturing father. Although Woolf depicts Mr. Ramsay as cru...
  • The Displaced Person Mrs Mcintyre
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    Flannery O'Conner has again provided her audience a carefully woven tale with fascinating and intricate characters. "The Displaced Person" introduces the reader to some interesting characters who experience major life changes in front of the reader's eyes. The reader ventures into the minds of two of the more complex characters in "The Displaced Person," Mrs. McIntyre and Mrs. Shortley, and discovers an unwillingness to adapt to change. Furthermore, the intricate details of their characters are ...
  • Stepping Into The Fourth Dimension
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    Imagine going to a magic show, where the world's top ranked magicians gather to dazzle their wide-eyed crowd. Some would walk through jet turbines, others would decapitate their assistants only to fuse them back together, and others would transform pearls into tigers. However, with each of these seemingly impossible stunts, there is always a catch. A curtain will fall momentarily; a door will shut; the lights will go out; a large cloud of smoke will fill the room, or a screen will hide what is t...
  • Cubes Of A Tessera Pond Fish Imagine
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    Hyperspace A Scientific Odyssey Through Parallel Universes, Time Warps, and the 10 th Dimension Imagine a you are sitting next to a pond. Now imagine such as how the fish in that pond would view the world around them. Living their entire lives in the pond, the fish would believe that their "universe" consisted of the murky water and the lilies. Spending most of their time foraging on the bottom of the pond, they would be only dimly aware that an alien world could exist above the surface. The nat...
  • Fractal Geometry Dimensional Universe
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    Fractal Geometry " Fractal Geometry is not just a chapter of mathematics, but one that helps Everyman to see the same old world differently'. - Benoit Mandelbrot The world of mathematics usually tends to be thought of as abstract. Complex and imaginary numbers, real numbers, logarithms, functions, some tangible and. But these abstract numbers, simply symbols that conjure an image, a quantity, in our mind, and complex equations, take on a new meaning with fractals - a concrete one. Fractals go fr...
  • Flatland Higher Classes
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    Flatland Edwin A. Abbott starts his book Flatland with a very dry description of the figures in Flatland. This sets the reader up for the rest of the book, and quite simply, the rules of this foreign planet. The book is set in a world of only two dimensions, a flat land in you will. All shapes are seen as straight lines, this hardship is explained further in the later parts of the novel. Houses are next to be explained simply a pentagon with two doors. One door for men, and one for women. The f...
  • Flatland Third Dimension
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    FLATLAND, by Edwin A. Abbott The main idea of this book, as I see it, is if your ideas are too progressive society may not be ready to accept them and you may be punished for them. There is also the theme that there may be more to life than what you can actually see. This story takes place on the eve of the millenium in the year 1999. The basic setting is in a land called Flatland with travels to Lineland and Spaceland. Basically, these are worlds with different dimensions; first, second and th...
  • Investigation Of The Effect Temperature Amylase
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    Enzyme are biological catalyst to speed up a specific chemical reaction by providing an alternative pathway with the lower activation energy. Enzyme are protein in nature, it has its own 3-dimension configuration. It works due to presence of active site, a specific region with specific configuration, are able to bind with substrate to form enzyme-substrate complex for reaction. The specific 3-dimension configuration is held by bonds within enzyme. However, heat affect the enzyme activity. Heat ...