5. & 6. swan 1. Begin with a white 260, inflated leaving a 4" tail. Bend the whole balloon into a large circle, bringing the knot to a point about 6-8 inches from the uninflated tail. Flatten the circle by bringing the point opposite the knot across to the knot (see drawing) and twist everything together at this point.
What topics are covered? If someone asked what this article/book is about, what would you say? (We will be talking about the art of summarizing and paraphrasing in class.) • Assess: After summarizing a source, it may be helpful to evaluate it. Is it a useful source?
5²+12²=13² → 25 + 144 = 169 a=7, b=(49-1)/2=24 and c=(49+1)/2. 7²+24²=25² → 49 + 576 = 625 a=9, b=(81-1)/2=40 and c=(81+1)/2=41. 9²+40²=41² → 81+1600=1681 a=11, b=(121-1)/2=60 and c=(121+1)/2=61. 11²+60²=61² → 121+3600=3721 a=13, b=(169-1)/2=84 and c=(169+1)/2=85. 13²+84²=85² → 169+7056=7225 Since there are an infinite number of
“The elevation of the nave is three-storied, with arcade, triforium and clerestory levels” (Wikipedia, Chartres Cathedral, Plan and elevation section, para 2). The ceiling vaults are 120 feet tall and 45 feet wide. (Adams). Additionally, the first story is defined by large arches in front of the side aisle. The high nave that I am walking through is supported by double flying buttresses, anchored by colonnettes and great abutments (Chartres Cathedral, Sacred Destinations).
We will be using the seven colours red, orange, yellow, green, blue, indigo and violet. The dependent variable (the one we measure) is the angle of refraction or refractive index. We will measure this (the angle of refraction) from the normal line using a protractor. First we will shine a light using the ray box. We will use coloured filters (first red and then continue in rainbow order) to gain coloured light.
The two studies took very different approaches in their research methods. Bigelow & La Gaipa (1974) used a method which asked children to think about a best friend of the same sex & asked them to construct an essay consisting of factors they expected or looked for in that friend, how they did this was to gather information from 480 individual written essays of boys & girls between 6 & 14 from upper middle and lower middle class families in Ontario, Canada. The researchers compiled a list of pre selected characteristics they expected to be used in the essays in order to analyse what was written by the children. In order to convert the essays into a format that could be easily read they used
Another kind of anthropologist are linguistic anthropologist they study language they look at its history and evolution. They study common things in different societies and look at the way people reason and speak and how they interact conversationally. They also want to find the way that language , the brain and behavior work together. Many anthropologist have extended their
Mead’s attempted to show how the human self-arises in the process of social interaction, especially by way of linguistic communication (“symbolic interaction”). Mead was of the belief that socialisation is one method individuals learn to think, interact with one another, and understand how to use meanings and symbols (Cronk, 2005). Defining the situation is another way that individuals actively engage in defining the social world. Finally, creating a "looking-glass" self helps individuals to recognise and judge the impressions we make on others we interact with (Cronk, 2005). In philosophy, Mead was one of
“ The two colors red and blue were clearly derived from British sources” many English flags had red and white stripes”. “ In heraldic devices, such as seals, each element has a specific meaning. The Flag of the U.S of American is a strong symbol of American Identity and national pride. “When the U.S of America flag is folded there is a symbol behind each fold and tuck. Each fold the American Flag means something different”.