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Mnemonic Devices

Mnemonic devices are sequential word tricks to help a person remember something. An example of this would be saying "Every Good Boy Does Fine" to remember the E, G, B, D, F of the treble scale when reading music.
For remembering a long list of unrelated items like a grocery list, the best way to remember is to use a mental image mnemonic like a loci or peg list. Loci: put one item in each part of a familiar location inside your mind, then take a mental walk. For example, you could use your house - put milk...
That mnemonic is some variation of My Very Energetic Mother Just Served Us Nine Pizzas - Mercury, Venus, Earth, Mars, Jupiter, Saturn, Uranus, Neptune, Pluto.
Mnemonic devices are designed to help people remember information.
mnemonic is artificial memorization used to help remember things that would otherwise be impossible using natural memory. Using an acronym such as ROY G BIV to remember the order of colors in a rainbow is one example of mnemonic memory.
To improve the power of their memory.They link unfamiliar things to familiar ones to help them remember them better.
We're alcoholics, not mathematicians. We suggest asking the question in the math category.
There aren't specific mnemonic devices for technology. Maybe for some specific parts of it, but not for the entire world of information that is technology. Try a more specific question. See the related links for a list of mnemonics, in case they have some information that would help you.
L - Look   I - Inquire   N - Note   K - Know
finding something familiar to represent something unfamiliar.
King Philip Came Over From Great Spain - for Kingdom, Phyllum, Class, Order, Family, Genus, Species.
A mnemonic device is a saying that someone might make up to  remember a specific fact. One example would be a nickname given to  someone that has each letter of their name in it.
familiar physical locations are easy to picture accurately.
King Philip Came Over For Good Spaghetti.^Whoever wrote this forgot to include Domain...
The not politically correct one is: King Phillip comes over for girly shows Kingdom Phyllum Class Order Family Genus Species
ROYGBIV - Just say it as "roy-juh-biv" and for me, the word was so odd that I remembered it ever since. Richard Of York Gave Battle In Vain - Red, Orange, Yellow, Green, Blue, Indigo, Violet
Use Doctor and PlaceSERDoctor (usage for ser) D escription (Ella es alta.) O ccupation (Soy profesor.) C haracteristic (El es antipático.) T ime / Date (Son las ocho; hoy es el ocho de julio.) O rigin (Soy de Virginia.) R elationship (Ella es mi madre.) ESTARPlace(used for estar)P osition ...
The mnemonic B.R.I.M. is used widely in Emergency Medicine as an initial assessment of the patient's condition. Breathing Response I Eyes Movement The BRIM mnemonic takes into account breathing and response as outlined in the Primary Action Plan and Eyes and Movement from the Glasgow Coma Scale ...
Pond Slime Can  Make A Zoo  Interesting - The  Long Crinkly  Sort Goes Purple
That is the correct spelling of the word "mnemonic" (pertaining to memory or assisting in memory).
R for Rescue those in danger A for activate fire alarm systemC contain fire by closing window and doorsE extinguish or evacuate
Light, Air, Water, Warmth, Nutrients
One example of a mnemonic device is:    In order to help you recall the colours of the spectrum, you learn  that each letter in the name Roy G. Biv is the first letter  of these colours.    R- red   O- orange   Y- yellow   G- green   B- blue   I- indigo   V- Violet  ...
"A snake is a predator" is far more modern than the dated "Aunt Sally is a pip". What kid knows what a pip is anyway?
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mnemonics are the word to remember something.Normally in assembly language it is the code that is from 1 to 5 that represents an opcode followed by other numbers specialy the operands. While programming in machine code, by supplying the computer with the numbers of the operations is a burden,...
The mnemonic device or memory aid for the taxonomy of animals is: King Phillip Came Over For Good Spaghetti where K is for Kingdom, P is for Phylum, C is for Class, O is for Order, F is for Family, G is for Genus, and S is for Species.
Hi Hello Little Beryll Brown Cracking Nuts On Friday. Nellie's Naughty Magpie Always Sings Pop Songs Clearly After Killing Cathy (H He Li Be B C N O F Ne Na Mg Al Si P S Cl Ar K Ca.)
my very educated mother just served us nine pizzas my------Mercury very-------Venus educated----Earth mother-------Mars just-----------Jupiter served-------Saturn us -----------Uranus nine ---------Neptune pizzas------Pluto ( not considered planet anymore)
It depends on if you're using "aur" to mean "ear" or to mean "gold." Here are a couple of helpful tips for you.. AUR = EAR . distinguish ear from eye by remembering that the "A" word goes with the word that has "A" in it ("eye" has no "A") . if you say "aur" out loud, it sounds a little bit like ...
Mission-The company received a warning order to convoy from Tikrit, Iraq to Baghdad, Iraq. Enemy-Possible insurgents Terrain and Weather-Old buildings Troops and Support Available-A Company/platoon/squad Time Available-Conduct a hasty attack Civil Considerations-Locals
I THINK...For And Nor But Or Yet So Sorry if it doesn't help :(
Mnemonics rely on associations between easy-to-remember constructs which can be related back to the data that is to be remembered.
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( CARS ) stands for Compensatory Anti-Inflammatory Response Syndrome . It is a complex set of inflammatory reactions following a severe injury or infection. The body tries to protect the body against the infection and ends up completely shutting down. .
It's easier to make a mnemonic than it is to spell this word! Some Mice Hate Eating Onions Just pick other words that start with the same letter or sound or syllable, and make them fit a sentence. A hint: the stranger/funnier the sentence the better chance you'll remember it! Superior, Michigan,...
A mnemonic device is used to remember long sets of terms or hard concepts. For spelling one word, you just memorize it by repeating it over and over again.
you cant ' s e p' separate from 'a t e'.
PERRL- Pupils Equal Round Reactive to Light
umaymah Adam cs shs da best..:p :D
Go, Sally, Go - Make Children -- G1 (growth phase 1), Synthesis of DNA, G2, Mitosis, Cytokinesis For Mitosis, there is also People Meet and Talk -- Prophase, Metaphase, Anaphase, Telophase
danger responseshout for helpairwaybreathingcirculation
7 - Red, Orange, Yellow, Green, Blue, Indigo, Violet
Ans. Mnemonic code: Machine language is the basic language of the computer but it is very difficult.Mnemonics: Assembly languages unlike machine language consist of short symbolic phrases understandable by people. These phrases are made up of alphanumeric symbols called mnemonics. Assembly...
There is not a well known one. However you can make your own from the first letter of the layer [See related question] For the main layers "Can Pepsi can cola" might work.
COG(n)Coal, Oil and Gas (natural)
King Hector Doesn't Usually Drink Cold MilkKilo Hecto Deca Unit Deci Centi Milli
There is really no way to track that. People have always invented clever ways of remembering things!
Here's some:``The Geologist Can Find An Ordinary Quartz -- Tourists Call Diamond.'' ``Terrible Giants Can Find Alligators Or Quaint Tigers Conveniently Digestible.''"The Greedy Child Found All Our Feathery Quills To Copy Documents""To Get Candy From Aunt Fanny, Quit Teasing Cousin Danny"
Layers 1. troposphere 2. stratosphere 3. mesosphere 4. thermosphere 5. Exosphere How to remember them Tim Sued Mike's Tape Expo.
Just think up words that make up a sentence where each word starts with the first letter of each of the classification levels....ie King Philip Came Over From Greece Saturday.... is commonly used to remember Kingdom, Phylum, Family, Order, Family, Genus, Species.
Mary Visits Every Monday and Just Stays Until Noon. The and stands for the asteroid belt between Mars and Jupiter.
go find yourselfNot very helpful!This isn't great but it might help.Not - nucleurEvery - electricClever - chemicalGood pupil - gravitational potential Knows - kineticSpiders - soundHave - heat Eight - elastic potentiallegs - light
Roy G Biv is a name used to remember the order of colors in a light spectrum:RedOrangeYellowGreenBlueIndigoViolet
Mnemonic comes from the Ancient Greek "Mnemones" (translates very roughly to rememberers) The Mnemones were individuals responsible for memorizing the entirety of their cities code of law.
Mnemonic means "of, or designed to aid the memory"
Tom Sells Milk in Edinburgh. . Tom - Troposphere . Sells - Stratosphere . Milk - Mesosphere . In - Ionosphere . Edinburgh - Exosphere
I remembered it was George Clooney (guanine and cytosine) and Alan Titchmarsh (Adenine and thymine). If it was RNA George Clooney was in a gold house ( Adenine and Uracil- Au is the chemical name for gold).
Roy G. Biv R: red O: orange Y: yellow G: green B: blue I: indigo V: violet
There is no 'phrase' or mnemonic for this because the order of the Sun, Earth and Moon changes as the Moon orbits the Earth. Remember - planets obit a star (the Sun is a star) - Earth is a planet moons orbit planets - The Moon is a moon.
Here are a few to rememberInterphase/Prophase/Metaphase/Anaphase/Telophase I Propose Men Are Toads I Picked My Apples Today Inez, Pass Me Another Turnover
  A Cold Winter Rain Would Be Really Good
The desert is drier than most desserts, so it only has ONE 's' instead of TWO!
Using "memory tricks" is actually a great way to improve your memory! There aren't a lot of drawbacks, as anything you do to help you remember something is a good thing. One problem people can have is forgetting the actual mnemonic device! It won't do you any good to know there's some phrase you...
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Its what your mommy and daddy didn't use when they didn't want you to be born
Done it again, really runny, have opened - evacuated anally!
The seven levels of classification are kingdom, phylum, class, order, family, genus, and species.A good way to remember it is by," King Philip Came Over From Great Spain."    This is called a Mnemonic.
A mnemonic is a memory aid. Mnemonics use short familiar ideas(like a silly sentence, a song, or a set of short words) to helpyou remember longer ideas and terms. Stop, Drop, and Roll(instructions for what to do during a fire) is an example.
(Red Orange Yellow Green Blue Indigo Violet)Richard Of York Gave Battle In Vein.Or, If you want it backwards...Virgins In Bed, Get Your Organs Ready
H-Huron O-OntarioM-MichiganE-ErieS-SuperiorHOMES
also known as the diagonal rule device. Chemist use the principle  and angular momentum quantum numbers to compare to the relative  energy of the orbitals.
My Very Educated Mother Just Served Us Nine Pizzas.
These mnemonic devices were developed by SHERWIN E. BALBUENA, mathematics teacher of Cabitan NHS, Mandaon, Masbate, Philippines", to teach his students with disabilities the rules in operating signed numbers.LA US means "Like signs Add, Unlike signs Subtract". This device lets the student remember...
You want to use "mnemonic" if you're referring to any learning technique which aids in information retention. You'll use "pneumonic" if you're talking about anything to do with the lungs.
memories of past bad things said to you.
Plump Mrs. Martian Voted Every Ninth Unicorn Should Jump. Comments: Pluto isn't a planet now, of course. Personally, I find that mnemonic hard to remember! This may help: notice how 5 of the planets have this order: Venus, Earth, Neptune, Uranus, Saturn. The first letter of each planet spells ...
an acronym is a word made up from the initial letter of the words in a phrase eg; AIDS = Acquired Immune Deficiency Syndromea mnemonic is an aide memmoire eg, Every Good Boy Deserves Favour = the notes on the lines in music EGBDF.
Mnemonic devices are used to remember long, complicated things -- you don't need one to remember one word. If you're wanting to remember the spelling, just repeat it over and over (writing or saying it) until you remember. If you mean the definition, write the word on one side of a card and the...