What are some everyday examples using lateral faces?
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divers use it to calculate how far below sea level they are, you also use them for temperature, and business(profit, loss, etc.)
Photosynthesis in plants, digestion in our own bodies, decay of any biological matter from plants to dead animals. There's also oxidation of various materials exposed to the atmosphere, from paint on cars getting hazy to metals corroding. Also less natural things like the chemical reactions in the b…atteries of our various electonic devices. (MORE)
Answer . the greatest problem one would encounter everyday is the ability to survive each day. the ability to face each day with a lot of demands,each day you have to spend for your fare,food,etc. ts a lot tougher when you don't know when to get money to meet these demands.
ocean waves/ sound waves and it is also used in finding out the distances between planets and all.
The price of something, The Weight, the size of things etc. And this can be some of the examples: [(-6)+(7)](4)(-6) these are examples of decimals
Aluminium and Iron Oxide make a displacement reaction. They make a thermite reaction resulting in a molton iron that can be used to join railway lines together.
The lateral face for a prism or pyramid is any edge or face which is not part of a base.
Some examples are: polycarbonate, polytetrafluoroethylene, polyvinylacetate, polysulphone, polythene, polytheneterephtalate, polyamide, polymetaacrylate and many others. Specific examples are: The rubber in your erasures. The rubber bands in the braces of some students. The plastic overhead trans…parencies the teacher uses. The linoleum on some classroom floors. The plastic coverings for the fluorescent lights overhead. The synthetic fabrics in some of the shirts and pants worn. The glasses that students and teachers wear, both lenses and temples. The plastics in the cell phones that students are not supposed to have. Ditto for their iPods. (MORE)
I assume you are talking about rates of reactions? In which case cakes bake faster at higher temperatures as well as many other reactions in cooking food. Then there are reactions in your body. As warmblooded animals we regulate our body temperatures so that the chemical reactions in our cells (eg r…espiration) happen at a fast enough rate (although too high a temperature denatures enzymes which act as catalysts which is why high body temperatures from fevers can be so dangerous) Temperature effects the rate of motion in many things. Some good everyday examples would be: i) When you boil water, you increase the temperature of the water in the pot. This excites the molecules and makes them move faster and faster, eventually moving so fast that they evaporate (turn from water to water vapor). ii) When you are sick and run a fever, your body temperature has increased. This does several things, but 2 of the main ones are your metabolism increases (performs at a faster rate) and the rate of bacterial/viral (assuming that's why your sick) reproduction decreases, because it is harder for the microorganisms to function at the higher temperature. (MORE)
They can be used for adding flavor to food. (salt) They are in daily vitamins and your body needs them. Jewelry
It is used in green flares, green fireworks, first aid eye-cleaners, it can also be used as a cure for arthritis. That is all I know about it.
Archetechs and calculations of buildings, finance and economy(Especially banks), video/computer games(they usually consist of very complex algebraic equations to calculate position, points, etc., I know that since I am a game developer sometimes), and ESPECIALLY MACHINERY. (Just to name very few)
Some examples of everyday elements are: . the oxygen we breathe . aluminum cans and cookware . copper pipes . iron skillets and fences . a diamond or the graphite in a pencil (carbon) . the chlorine in bleach . gold jewelry . a silver tea set . calcium or potassium nutritional supplements …. the helium in a balloon (MORE)
Common salt, sodium chloride (NaCl) is very soluble in water and we use it everyday in our food. Sugar would be another example.
The only one I can think of off the top of my head, is a kettle boiling water :) Hope this helps! : ) : )
I'm not quite sure this is what u wanted but..... (this is from a website) These are my color and pitch perceptions : C-white C#/Db navy blue, somewhat metallic D-gray-green D# yellow-green; Eb gold, metallic E-bright yellow F-crimson red, tending toward magenta. Very vivid and rich. … F# maroon, a bit redder; Gb maroon, slightly darker with a metallic tone G brown-orange, browner the lower the note is. G# orange-copper, not shiny, but bright. Ab metallic copper/brass. A orange A# magenta; Bb a beautiful royal purple--more violet, reddish-purple hue B a very crisp black. Days of the week Days: Sunday light brown/tan Monday light blue Tuesday navy blue Wednesday mustard yellow Thursday oak brown Friday white Saturday black Numbers: 0 clear like black ice 1 gray-white 2 navy blue 3 yellow, slightly orange 4 dark red 5 brown--light to medium tone 6 black 7 brown, a bit lighter than 5 8 gray-lavender 9 white Alphabet: A reddish-orange N-brown B royal blue-black O-black to clear (like zero) C white P-white D blue & gray Q-black/purple touch of gold E bright yellow R-black F brownish gray S-silver G orange-brown T-brown H forest green U-violet I white V-light brown-tan J brown W-steel blue & white K orange-pink X-gray L red Y-white, slight yellow M brown (warmer than N) Z-silver/white Months: January, February, March, April, May, June, July, August, September, October, November, December. January, February, June & July aren't colored as strongly as other months. Hope you've enjoyed this romp through my brain. Check back as I modify this site! Elizabeth A. Pector, M.D. family physician, author, and left-handed, intelligent, creative, modest synesthete ! :-) . ----. I have synesthesia, and I can go through a short list of things that have a taste and color(usually it's just colors). -Hearing the name Francis: I taste a warm savory delight, though in contrast it is the snooty and rotten color blue.. -Nails on a chalkboard: I like this one. It's the friendly light yellow, like the color of the sun upon an afternoon pond. It tastes wonderful.. -Cranberry juice: I see dark purple, close to dark blue, and both are ignorant and rude. Too much purple. I also taste the cranberry juice normally, but I still don't like it. That's why I usually lie and say I'm somehow allergic.... -Throughout the entirity of Beethoven's Moonlight Sonata: Like watching a beautiful gray flame, however lonely and sad. It drags on, getting slowly darker, lighter, and morphing into a brilliant smooth silver, like a teapot's color, gold, then it ends. I taste the crispest, purest water. I am almost disappointed when it ends. I learned this when I was young, so whenever I wanted to feel the quiet, mournful waves of a blissful, serene peace, I played it, with heart. Now it is apart of my morning routine, before I say goodbye to my dog Francis and head off to work.. -The word pencil: Red. In what was usually elementary school, I felt sick to my stomach and disgusted when the teacher told us to pick up our number two pencils and write. I usually had to go to the sink and wash the taste out (sour and gross, like a squished, farted on banana). After hearing that word about four more times, I just hummed G# until the word was gone (G# makes me taste apples and see a dark green with a few splotches of yellow).. And there you have it. (MORE)
Many of your activities throughout the day use databases. Here are some common examples. If you purchase something at the grocery store, the price is being looked up in a database based on the UPC (Universal Product Code) When you watch TV, and see the stock market prices at the bottom of the …screen, that is coming from a database (that a friend of mine administers, as a matter of fact) :) When you make a phone call, a database is being accessed for information on how to route the call. Caller ID information is also looked up in a database. This web site runs on a database (as do most others) If you call 411, a database is used to find the phone number you are looking for. If you call 911, a database is used to cross-reference the calling number to your address. Your car (if it's less than 20 years old) will have a small database that a technician can read that gives the reason that the "Check Engine" light came on last. (MORE)
Coffee Filters for some types of coffee preparation . Internet Filters to block access to some websites (used in schools & workplaces) . Photographic Filters can be used to change the photo taken slightly
Every day: . I go to school every day .. Every day , my mother goes to work.. My brothers play computer every day .. Everyday: . My everyday routine is getting a bit boring.
to breathe, and when we breathe out we let out carbon doixide, and plants take that in, and thay let out oxygen, and it is a never ending cycle.
Many people use ratios for many reasons in everyday things we preform. Cooking, for example, because you have to measure the ingredients.
Gay-Lussac's!-- your automobile or home airconditioning system compresses a gas and then pipes the high pressure gas into a radiator where it expands and turns cold which cools the air flowing past the radiator fins and this cooled air is directed into your car or house.
Evaporation occurs every day. The most well known form ofevaporation is when water evaporates from lakes and rivers to formrain.
are Lime water Window cleaner Soap ShampooMilk of magnesia Curd detergent solution Face cream Egg whitestoothpaste Ammonia bases .
hey dude somewhat right answer but read like when you buy stuff the prices are usually decimals.. . like $3.99 your body temperature at a normal temp is 98.6 which is adecimal...
well their are many answers as such but not many at all, Aluminium and Iron oxide is used to wield to join railway lines together. Thank you.
A few magnets that could be around the home are: . compass needle; for navigation . fridge magnets . inside a microwave . bag belt buckle . a credit car (magnetic stripe) . inside the earth . a car There are many more !
Radiant Energy is electromagnetic energy that travels in traverse waves. Radiant energy includes visible light, x-rays, gamma rays and radio waves. Light is one type of radiant energy. Sunshine is radiant energy which provides fuel and warmth that make life on Earth possible.
Elements : Gold , Aluminum, Silver, Boron, Carbon , Nitrogen, Helium Substances : Carbon monoxide , Table salt (sodium chloride ) , Water
We use fractions in the grocery we use fractions in the grocery shops like half a dozen
whenever we have acidity in our bally we drink soda water which act as a base and neutralized. .
Maps are an example of a physical model. These types of models areused by people everyday. Physical models represent real thingsexcept at a much smaller scale so they are relatable to humans.
Magnets are used in computer hard drives, recording tapes, cabinet door latches, electric motors, certain types of bearings, MRI machines, and stereo speakers. In addition, the operating principle of compasses that guide people in navigation is based on the magnetic field of the earth. Everyday u…ses for magnets include: . to pick up small objects that react to a magnet . to post decorations or important mementos on a refrigerator . to keep kitchen drawers and cupboards closed . to entertain or teach your children . found in certain household devices (MORE)
Magnets are those things that stick to your fridge there is a perfect example. Fridge and the magnet attract so you can pin stuff on your fridge without need of pins or clips
If you brush your teeth 3x a day and you floss once a day, how long do you take?
When you are boiling water, it's an example of convection because the water at the bottom of the pot gets warm and becomes less dense causing it ti rise to the top and it then makes the cold water warm and the cycle continues. This is known as a convection current.
Atomic energy? If you're talking about chemical energy (from the bonds between atoms) then anything on fire is an example. If you're talking about nuclear energy (from the nucleus in an atom) , that can be found in nuclear power plants or in the sun. There aren't really any everyday examples of nucl…ear energy because it takes a great deal of energy to manipulate atomic nuclei. Radioactive decay is another example of nuclear energy. So are cosmic rays that strike earth's atmosphere (mostly protons). (MORE)
1. Each morning I get a cup of coffee and I dissolve one spoonful of sugar into it. Now you do one.
Disinfection of empty wine barrels by burning elementary sulfur Anti dandruff shampoos Tyre rubber additive Black powder for fireworks (besides KNO3 and C)
One example would be: sticking your head out of a car window at 60mph? 2. Sailing, 3. Wind turbines providing electricity, 4. Flying machines.
There really aren't any. Beryllium is fairly rare for and kind of pricey. It's used as a dopant in electronics manufacture, and that's probably the most "everyday" usage of it that there is. (Unless you are an NMR technician, in which case you probably have a set of expensive beryllium - copper al…loy tools that are non-magnetic and safe to use around your magnet. Steel tools near a 4.7 T or so magnet is a bad idea.) (MORE)
cars, the sink, and blowdrier a washing and drying machine hair straighners hair crumpers, housephone cellphones, ipods, ipads, the COMPUTER, iphones, tablets the TV a yard mower a leafblower and a whole bunch of other things
Chaung Tzu was a Chinese philosopher who lived around the 4thCentury BC. He used everyday examples in his work to show thepractical applicability of his work and to help people understandnew concepts.
is in the weather, when u get a test its like 99\100 .... and like the prices..
On the show survivor, Dalton told one of the girls that she could burn up in the fire or go out on a stretcher, that he didn't care. Ironic , He got appendicitis and was taken out on a stretcher, Ironic? or Karma?
There are quite a few i can think of of the top of my head . for looking in! . when you go the dentist . in cars to see behind you . at the hair dressers to check they have messed up! I actually posted this question as I have a physics exam at mtgs and we didn't cover the topic any improvement…s are welcomed! (MORE)
An example of using measures of central tendency is in using mean;an example is using rating system to score a person. Also inmedian, which is used in subjects such as economics.
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Skiing, going down hill, water falls, leafs fall from trees in automn, ball rolling down a ramp, >>> etc
Mainly caffeine appears in several drinks: caffeine appears in plants such as coffee, tee, yerba mate , guarana, and others, and it is artifically added to some drinks such as Coca Cola.