3rd Baccalaureate

http://prezi.com/bsozv_x-d9ih/scientific-method/

http://panpipes.net/edit6200/

 

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Week 12

Scientific Method

Scientific Method


2nd BGU

http://prezi.com/si2kjcqpci4l/logic-and-critical-thinking/

http://www.philosophy-index.com/logic/symbolic/

a: Joe eats fries.
b: Maria drinks soda.
a^b:Joe eats fries and Maria drinks soda.

p: The clock is slow.
q: The time is correct.
pvq: The clock is slow or the time is correct.

m: Your are absent =T
n: You have a make up assignment to complete. =T

m→n: IF you are absent, THEN you have a make up assignment to complete.

c: You are late =T
d: You are on time =F

c→d =F
c→d: If you are late, then you are on time. =F
c→¬d: If you are late, then you are NOT on time. =T

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Let a represent: “We go to school on Memorial Day.”
Let b represent: “Memorial Day is a holiday.”
Let c represent: “We work on Memorial Day.”
1) Statement: We work on Memorial Day or Memorial Day is a holiday.
2)Statement: Memorial Day is a holiday and we do not work on Memorial Day.
3) Statement: If we go to school on Memorial Day, then we work on Memorial Day.
4)Statement: We do not go to school on Memorial Day implies that we work on Memorial Day.
5)Statement: We work on Memorial Day if and only if we go to school on Memorial Day
6)Statement: If we do not go to school on Memorial Day and memorial day is a holiday, then we do not work on Memorial Day.

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tabular34

p: You go to school.
q: You are a student.

P     Q     P → Q
T     T     T
T     F     F
F     T     T
F     F     T

P     Q     P ↔ Q
T     T     T
T     F     F
F     T     F
F     F     T

p↔q=(P→Q)∧(Q→P)=(P∧Q)∨(¬P∧¬Q)

p^q
¬p^¬q = ¬(p^q)
¬(¬pvq) = pv¬q

p:T; q:F; r:F
¬(¬pvq)^(¬r)=

(pv¬q)^(¬r)=
(TvT)^(T)=
T  ^  T= T

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Week 5

https://mega.co.nz/#!ZUk1iKSA!BvDcS0wY62uK_BXYsy8pEmF9Xkpu7MdL9_1O8bH1gjY

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Week 11

Scientific Method

http://prezi.com/bsozv_x-d9ih/scientific-method/

http://panpipes.net/edit6200/


1st BGU

Watch The Elegant Universe and answer these questions:

1. What are the various obstacles facing string theorist today? How do they hope to overcome these obstacles?

2. Why is the big bang theory, as currently postulated, incomplete? How do string theorists hope to fix this problem and use string theory to explain the origin of the universe?

3. Explain the importance of the word elegance to Greene’s conception of the universe.

4. What are the shortcomings of the standard model? What does it exclude?

5. According to string theory, how do the smallest units of matter behave?

6. How did Einstein redefine gravity? How do string theorists hope to incorporate it into a single Theory of Everything?

7. How are strings and point particles different? In which ways -if any- are they similar?

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Think like Einstein.
http://www.pbs.org/wgbh/nova/time/think.html

  • Come up with a description of time travel.
  • What evidence is there that time can vary?
  • Do you think velocities simply add up until you reach the speed of light, or might there be small differences even for lower velocities? Explain your answer.

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Week 6

Enlightening Ideas

http://www.cell-action.com/einstein/einstein.html

Special Relativity – File Download

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Week 8
Fundamental Properties of the Universe_01Fundamental Properties of the Universe_02Fundamental Properties of the Universe_03Fundamental Properties of the Universe_04Fundamental Properties of the Universe_05
PDF format:
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Week 11
Relativity: A Short Guide by Kevin Hainline.
Classwork 2 (1BGU)Quantum Mechanics

10th EGB

Print from Page 2 to Page 14

https://mega.co.nz/#!NshTGAzK!XhJRvXgqbKh-RZXsAEyDJQsOUkYyYMAuELo2XC6FXx0

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Week 5

1 billion = 1000 millones
4.6 billion = 4600 millones

1 billón = 1 trillion

Español:
1’000.000           Un millón
1.000’000.000          Mil millones
1’000.000’000.000     Un billón

English.
1,000,000           One million
1,000,000,000          One billion
1,000,000,000,000     One trillion

Land miles: 58,701,400 square miles
Fifty eight millions seven hundred one thousand four hundred.

Water: 138,236,100 square miles

1938: One thousand nine hundred thirty eight.
July 1938: July nineteen thirty eight.

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Week 10

Solar System:

https://mega.co.nz/#!M4o20CZB!RXVxxxOA_oC04IShNXNvwxjU0LUz0MA9jZxVgG8eSJg

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Week 12

Asteroids

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Week 16

Planets

https://mega.co.nz/#!VoYzEKQK!diGxhzs1QzyHdQu1Y9zfrU0ABbpcuFV_yv2P4TwhNow

 

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Week 18

The Sun

https://mega.co.nz/#!94xihKAK!CsQ4Sh3XPBMzxui9tXGb7EDCUyZkJv-PLLp5lMdTxos


9th EGB

Print from Page 3 to Page 17.

https://mega.co.nz/#!c5Ah0ZZT!KUt4IiFtsy_UgBlfYG16cCSO5tcjcR1HjpGe5C3cZ1I

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Week 11

Animals of the sea

https://mega.co.nz/#!xg5HFSJZ!NzpkTgyzM9optDoti5iJXgZ4IsQlwmHlZzuwKrRAruY

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Week 16

Animal Migration

https://mega.co.nz/#!EpoT2KoZ!DhFqfxgYJ1tN2sQhiczhFEM0WnIsAJ_QXT-9JIvQdLY

 

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Exam 1 Questionnaire

 

Complete the sentences About Sir Isaac Newton. (1 mark each)

  1. Isaac Newton was a great scientist and __________________________.
  1. Isaac Newton’s most famous contribution was his idea about ________________.
  2. He discovered that light is composed of all the colors of the ____________________.
  3. He made the first reflective __________________ using mirrors.

Answer these questions. (1 mark each)

  1. What is an adobe house?

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  1. What is a cactus?

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  1. What is the most common liquid used in the thermometer?

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Write the types of Airplanes. (3 marks)

 

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a)      Answer these questions.

  1. What are the two types of elephants?

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  1. How do they support all their weight?

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  1. What do they use their tusks for?

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b)      Complete.

  1. The mayor crops are _________________, __________________ and ________________.
  2. The biggest producer of corn is ________________________________.
  3. The ocean is heated by _____________________.

 

c)       Mark True or False. Justify if false.

  1. Walruses are not pinnipeds.                                                                                                    (___)

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  1. Whales live in the water all the time.                                                                                   (___)

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  1. Whales, seals and walruses are mammals.                                                                        (___)

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d)      Graph.

  1. Draw a fish and write its parts.

a)     Fill in the missing words. (5 marks)

  1. A starfish has a ______________ skin.
  2. Whales are ________________ to seals and walruses.
  3. Sharks are _______________. It means that their body is made of cartilage.
  4. An Octopus has eight _______________ called _______________.

 

b)    Answer these questions. (5 marks)

  1. Where does the shrimp live?

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  1. Where does the hermit crab live?

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  1. How many shells does an oyster have?

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  1. What is the family of the scallop and conch called?

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  1. How does the squid swim?

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The Universe Beyond The Big Bang

Press ‘cc’ for English subtitles.


Interview with Claudia Gray


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