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Effects have causes; effects can, and usually do, become causes of another effect(s); and there can be a large number of cause and effect "chains" created based on a single causal event. Thus Cause1 yields Effect1; Effect1 becomes Cause2, which yields Effect2 (second order effect); and Effect2 becomes Cause3, which yields Effect3 (third order effect).
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Discus the second order time dependent perturbation theory and explain its effect on first order transitions?
Answer . I have found a useful discussion on closely related topics on http://www.phys.ufl.edu/~kevin/teaching/6646/04spring/2nd-order-tdpt.pdf Giovanni Bachelet htt…p://mywebpage.netscape.com/GiovanniBachelet/
If a black hole was to form in the second dimension what would happen to the second dimension and would it effect the third dimension hypothetically speaking?
assuming of course that something flat could have mass, which it might not be able to, then a black hole could form. it would suck in other objects, growing slowly in size. th…ere would be an event horizon, singularity etc. however, although it would have a major effect on the 2nd dimension, in the 3rd it's mass might be greatly lessened by comparison to other objects. I don't know, of course. This is just a thought. Edit:Really, the 2nd dimension would just blow apart and the 3rd wouldn't be coz dimensions are actually separate. if the 2nd and the 3rd were right next to each other then the black hole would have sucked us all up about 300 million years ago.
What team did Washington trade a second rounder to in order to draft Chris Cooley in the third round?
The Redskins traded a 2nd round choice in the 2005 draft for the New Orleans Saints 3rd round choice in 2004, which they used to draft Cooley.
You are three months pregnant and smoked two blunts in the second month and one in the third will the weed effect your unborn?
lol no just try not to smoke anymore if you now know you are pregnant because that would just be irresponsible
What is the effect on car insurance premiums of a first second and third offense for a minor who drives under the influence of alcohol?
There is a good chance you will get cancelled or at least your premiums are going to shot skyhigh.
At long last, the SEC has announced that it will issue effectiveness orders on registration statements electronically, rather than mailing the orders as is currently the SEC's… practice, often several months after the fact. On May 22, 2006, the staffs of the Divisions of Corporation Finance and Investment Management will begin to use the EDGAR system to issue notifications of effectiveness for Securities Act registration statements and post-effective amendments, other than those that become effective automatically by law (e.g., WKSI s-3S, all S-8s et al). These notifications will be posted to the EDGAR system the morning after a filing is determined to be effective. The Divisions will no longer prepare and mail paper effectiveness orders associated with these filings. Registrants will continue to be notified promptly by telephone that their registration statements or post-effective amendments are effective. After May 22, 2006, the SEC's website will also present a list of filings declared effective on the previous business day. The effectiveness notices will be distributed as an EDGAR form type called "EFFECT." The public will now be able to search for a company's filings and be able to see when the staff declared a particular Securities Act registration statement effective.
a vulture is a 1st order consumer,because it is been eaten..:)
The afferent pathways consist of three sets of neurons: first, second, and third order. First order neurons carry signals from receptors to either the brain stem or spinal cor…d. Second order neurons carry signals from the spinal cord and brain stem to the thalamus, they cross-over (decussate) to the opposite side of these structures before reaching the thalamus. Third order neurons connect the thalamus to the somatosensory areas of the cortex where sensation is perceived.
If you mean their first second and third songs on their first cd, Hybrid Theory, they are Papercut, One Step Closer, and With You. If you mean their first three singles, they …were One Step Closer, Crawling, and Papercut. Papercut was not released in the United States, however. So their 3rd single in the U.S. would have been In The End.
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Organisms such as humans are usually classified as secondary consumers, carnivores, 2nd order heterotrophs. However most humans are omnivores, meaning they can eat both meat a…nd plants and may act as 1st(primary consumer), 2nd(secondary consumer), or 3rd(tertiary) level heterotrophs. What do the organisms in each trophic level eat? They all eat the organisms in the level below them, except for the producers which make their own food.
Do stem changing verbs only effect first second and third person singular and third person plural when conjugating verbs in spanish?
In the Present Indicative (which is likely the tense you are thinking of), the answer is Yes. One example from each category (ar/er/ir): Pensar: pienso, piensas,… piensa, pensamos, pensáis, piensan Encender: enciendo, enciendes, enciende, encendemos, encendéis, encienden Servir: siervo, sierves, sierve, servimos, servís, sierven However, once we move into other tenses and moods, there are more complex rules. In the case of "ar" and "er" radical-changing verbs, like pensar and encender, the only other tense/mood that is effected is the Present Subjunctive. Similar to Present Indicative, the nosotros and vosotros forms are not affected by the radical change. (Naturally, since the Imperative is based off of the Present Subjunctive, these alterations follow into the Imperative.) Pensar: piense, pienses, piense, pensemos, penséis, piensen Encender: encienda, enciendas, encienda, encendamos, encendáis, enciendan However, "ir" verbs that stem-change have a stem-change that occurs in the Present Subjunctive for all six forms. Note the follow three verbs which represent three distinct radical changes (e->ie, e->i, and o->ue). Servir: sierva, siervas, sierva, sirvamos, sirváis, siervan Pedir: pida, pidas, pida, pidamos, pidáis, pidan Dormir: duerma, duermas, duerma, durmamos, durmáis, duerman Note that many verbs that exhibit radical changes in the present tense (especially those that end in "er" or "ir") will have additional types of radical changes in the Preterit Tense (and all derived tenses), and the Future/Conditional Stem.
How do you say the order of kin such as first cousin second cousin third cousin fourth cousin fifth cousin?
The number before the word cousin has to do with how many generations back you and that person have a common ancestor. A first cousin is someone who shares a common grandparen…t, but not a common parent. A second cousin is someone who shares a common great grandparent, but not a common grandparent or parent. A third cousin is someone who shares a common great great grandparent, but not a common great grandparent, grandparent or parent. And it goes on like that. The second part to determining how to term a cousin is the generational gap, which is referred to as (so many times) removed. Once removed means one generational gap, twice removed means two generational gaps etc. So your first cousin's daughter would be your first cousin, once removed. First cousin because your common ancestor is your grandfather, and once removed because there is one generational gap between you.
Producer- first order consumer- second order consumer- third order consumer etc
What is the effect on car insurance premiums for a first second and third offense for a minor who drives under the influence of alcohol?
What is the effect on car insurance premium for a first second and third offense for a minor who drives under the influence of alcohol