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Answer 1 Exercise and eat healthy.... Answer 2 Eat healthy balanced foods in smaller portions 5-6x's a day. 3 medium 2-3 healthy snacks. Perform both anaerobic and aer…obic exercises daily for a minimum of 30 minutes a day. Here are a few basic workout regimens. Your workouts should revolve around your lifestyle, not the other way around that is if your sole goal is to get in shape. Consistency is the key so if you try something that you are not likely to continue doing your odds are better to do something more fitting to your regular regimen. Monday: weightlift Tuesday: cardio Wednesday: weightlift Thursday: cardio Friday: weightlift Saturday: cardio Sunday: off Monday: weightlift/cardio Tuesday: off Wednesday: weightlift/cardio Thursday: off Friday: weightlift/cardio Saturday: off Sunday: off Monday: weightlift/cardio Tuesday: weightlift/cardio Wednesday: off Thursday: weightlift/cardio Friday: weightlift/cardio Saturday: off Sunday: off Weightlifting is an anaerobic exercise and should be performed in the 6-12 rep range for muscle hypertrophy. Though reps can be performed higher or lower usually they aren't used as much unless training for a specific type of event. Powerlifting Competiton or Triathalon for example. Walking or bicycle riding is an aerobic exercise and should be performed within 20-60 minutes depending on intensity. (MORE)

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The name for our planet's shape is an 'oblate spheroid', which is like a sphere squashed slightly in one direction (like if you press down on a soccer ball on the floor;… Smarties are also oblate spheroids but squashed down a lot more than the earth.) If the earth didn't spin around once a day it would be a sphere since gravity has been working long enough on the planet, and it pulls all parts of the planet inwards equally so eventually it ends up mostly spherical (after some stages in the evolution of the solar system). But since it also spins, the centrifugal force is greatest around the equator, so it pulls the middle of the earth out slightly into a bulge. I may be wrong, but i think this is a characteristic common to all of the planets in the solar system, maybe barring Uranus, since its axis of rotation points towards the sun. Hope this helps ;) From Dr Octavian. (MORE)

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The shape was a semicircle so that the sound can reverbarate around the theatre and also so that everyone can see the performance.

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Carefully and step by step. Walking is good, start with every 2nd day or so. Increase pace and duration as you become fitter. Walking with poles will give you a bit of upper b…ody workout as well. Eventually switch to jogging. Doing some aerobics or weights work will make the exercise more allround. (MORE)

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That shape is called a cylinder. That shape is called a cylinder. That shape is called a cylinder. That shape is called a cylinder.

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Six sided shapes are called hexagons. If all 6 sides are the same size, then the shape is called a regular hexagon.

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yes , a heart is a geometric shape Yes. (We're not talking about the primary organ of the circulatory system here. It's a math question.) Draw a heart on a piece of paper…. Draw it the "usual way" with the "lobes" pointing up and the "pointy part" down. Now cut it in half and look at just the line that makes half of it. That curved line can be "translated" into a mathematical expression. The term cardioid is applied to that shape. And a link can be found below. (MORE)

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Any shape that you can draw on paper has two dimensions. There are an infinite number of possibilities.

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Anything that has two dimensions and is completely closed is a shape (as opposed to a line which as one dimension, or a point which has zero). A property of these shapes will …be that they all have length and height with which area can be calculated. (MORE)

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No because 2d shapes are plane such as polygons but example of 3d shapes are: pyramid, cone, cuboid, cylinder, sphere ... etc