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Earth science

Classified in Social sciences

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117 ways 2 pass the earth science regents

1.  the same substance always hs the same density

2.as pressure increases,density increases

3.as temperature increases,density decreases

4.water expands when it freezes

5.most changes R cyclic

6.water is most dense @ 4oc,when it is a liquid

7.the tru shape of the earth is an oblate spheroid,but from space it looks like a sphere.

44.as temperature increases,air pressure decreases

45.as moisture increases,pressure decreases

46.air pressure decreases with altitude

47.highs R QL & dry;lows R warm & wet

48.wind is due 2 air pressure differences

49.wind blows from high 2 low pressure

50.wind is named from the direction that it is coming from

51.the accepted value is the correct answer.the measured value is the

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Orthodontics

Classified in Biology

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  • Centre Of Resistance: It is the point on the tooth when a single force is passed through it, would bring about its translation along the line of action of the force

Factors affecting Centre of Resistance:

    1. Number of roots
    2. Degree of Alveolar Bone loss
    3. Degree of Root Resorptio

ANCHORAGE:    It is the Resistance to Unwanted Tooth Movement

Absolute Anchorage: Appliances gaining anchorage from extraoral  structures

Ex:Titanium screws implanted into the alveolar bone through the gingiva

  • Intraoral Anchorage: Anchorage value of a tooth is proportional to the surface area of the root
  • Different Types of OTM: CONTROLLED TIPPING  -----UNCONTROLLED TIPPING----BODILY MOVEMENT---rotation ---root up righting ---- intrusion --- extrusion
  • Forces Delivered by Appliances:
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Teaching

Posted by Anonymous and classified in Language

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A    Extensive and intensive listening

Students can improve their listening skills - and gain valuable language input through a combination of extensive and intensive listening material and procedures

Just as we can claim that extensive reading helps students to acquire vocabulary and grammar and that, furthermore, it make students better readers, so extensive listening

Extensive listening will usually take place outside the classroom

They can also listen to tapes of authentic material, provided that it is comprehensible.
In order for extensive listening to work effectively with a group of students

extensively, and. come to some kind of agreement about how much and what kind of listening they should do

A2   Intensive listening: using taped material

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The Canterville Ghost

Classified in Language

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Theme and atmosphere

The main idea is the story of a ghost living tormenting the inhabitants of an English manor. The ideas range from minor's own ghost story to life of every single inhabitant of the mansion.

The action takes place in an English manor in the late nineteenth century and has a fairly realistic setting even though the protagonist is the ghost.

The family's culture and environment move in a mysterious tone, so this is a fantastic novel of intrigue, with dramatic ideas.

Argument

The novel begins when Hiram B. Otis buys the property of Canterville Chase, at closing, its owner Lord Canterville warns that lives in the house ghost.

Months after the sale, move to spend the summer at their family property formed by Mr. Otis Otis (American

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Operative

Classified in Biology

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Application of MTA: Pulp capping

Furcation repair

Strip perforation repair

Root resorption repair

Immature teeth

Root end filling material

Main elements of pulp regeneration:

 Elements for pulpal regenerations: -therapy for exposed dental pulps by using stem and biofuctional  scaffold in which infection is inhibited or eliminated and pulp generation is facilitated

Advantages of using niti recporication: Mimics manual movement

Reduces various risks associated with continuously rotating a file through canal curvatures

Types of posts: Carbon fibre epoxy resin posts

2) Zirconia posts

3) Glass fibre reinforced posts

4) Ultra high strength polyethylene fibre reinforced posts



Advantages and disadvantages of niti rotarty:

Adv:

Gradually evenly tapered radicular... Continue reading "Operative" »

Ghjgh

Classified in Mathematics

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Natural disasters, how can we prevent them?

The Earth has suffered different types of natural disasters during its history such as tsunamis, hurricanes, floods and earthquakes, among others. We cannot avoid them from happening, but we can make them less damaging if we understand better why they happen and what can we do to prevent them. Some measures include:The creation of alarm systems that notify us from natural disasters. It is also important to take proper building plans if you are in an area of risk. Is it really necessary to have plans to evacuate people in case of emergency. They should also be carried out research after disasters and rehabilitation measures. Finally, we should take into mind that we are responsible in part for the... Continue reading "Ghjgh" »

Bill gates

Classified in History

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Bill Gates likes Salman Khan a lot, so much so that the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation is streaming cash to his Khan Academy, an internet silo of over 2,100 free, downloadable video tutorials on Calculus, Physics, Organic Chemistry, et al. Mr. Khan’s Academy only has a “faculty of one,” but my own students enjoy Mr. Khan’s glib teaching style, and they consult his clips on quadratic equations, conic sections, and those hated word problems involving railroad trains. So is the Khan video approach a “disruptive technology” which undermines the existing deathbed educational model by doing it faster, better, and cheaper? Mr. Gates thinks so. “It’s a revolution,” he enthuses. “Everyone should check it out.” (www.khanacademy.... Continue reading "Bill gates" »

Adjectives

Posted by pilartonta and classified in English

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O X V: mo+perf: will have danced; mo+progr:will be seeing; mod+pass:will be seen; perf+progr: have been using; perf+pass: have been seen. O X X V: mod+perf+progr: will have being done; mod+perf+pass: will have been done; mod+progr+pass: will be being done; perf+progr+pass: have been being done.

1.Mod,perf,progr,pass:It should have been being done 2.Mod,non perf,progr,pass: it will be being done 3.Modal,non perf,progr,pass: the car must be being sold. 5Mod,perf,progr, pass:I must have been being driven 6.Mod,perf,pass,semi-modal,progr: I must have been abould to be being driven 7.Modal negative, perf, active: We won¡t have seen.

SPOiOd: He wrote me a letter SPODA: I left my book at home SPA: I was there SVComplement: That was a good job. SVAdverbial:... Continue reading "Adjectives" »

Nursery rhymes

Classified in Music

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Title: Rice pudding

Fa Fa Fa Do
Do Fa Fa La Sol
The Sib The Sol Fa Do Re Do Mi Mi Mi Mi Fa

Do Fa La La Fa
Do Fa La La Sol
The Sib The Sol Fa Do Re Do Mi Mi Mi Mi Fa

Title: Silent Night

Sol La Sol Mi
Sol La Sol Mi
If you do re re do Sol

La La La Sol's do If Sol Mi
La La La Sol's do If Sol Mi

re re re fa mi re do if
Sol Mi Fa Do Sol Re Do

re re re fa mi re do if
Sol Mi Fa Do Sol Re Do

Title: Ode to Joy

If you do re re do If If The Sun Sol La Si Si La La
If you do re re do If If The Sun Sun Sun Sun The If's

The sun If the sun If you do If
If you do If the sun's La Re

If you do re re do If If The Sun Sun Sun Sun The If's

Title: La Cucaracha


Fa La Do Do Do
Fa La Do Do Do
Fa Fa Mi Mi Re Re Do

Do Do Do Mi Sol
Do Do Do Mi... Continue reading "Nursery rhymes" »

Sdasd

Classified in Language

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IX. Look at the pictures and write sentences...
1. Joe: is going to hit Sam.
2. They: are going to play baseball.
3. Mr Lewis: is going to cut some meet for lunch.
4. The television: is going to explode due to the high volume.
5. Sam is going to hit Joe with his fist.

X. Complete the sentenses using Will/Won't Or Going To / Not Going to (3 pts)
1. It - is going - to rain.
2. I - will be - in London in 2 hours.
3. We - are going to - go to France next month.
4. We - are going - to spend the week in Chillan.
5. Paul - is going - to travel arround the world.
6. T President - won't visit the city.

XI. Answer to the following questions. Read Carefully before to answer. (6 pts)
1. What are you going to do at the weekend.
R: I'm going to study this weekend.
2. Where... Continue reading "Sdasd" »