All you need to know about football?
There are a lot of technical rules to football, but you can ignore them if you don't care why the officials called a penalty. There is also a lot of strategy to the game, and learning about that can be very rewarding, but it isn't necessary.
In order to simply be able to follow the action on the field, this is what you absolutely need to know. It may seem like a lot. Just start by understanding touchdowns, and refer to the rest of the list as situations come up during the game.
Downs, Punts and Field Goals:
Kicking and Kickoffs:
Passes and Turnovers:
Stopping the Clock:
In order to simply be able to follow the action on the field, this is what you absolutely need to know. It may seem like a lot. Just start by understanding touchdowns, and refer to the rest of the list as situations come up during the game.
- There are ENDZONES at each end of the field. You have one behind you and one in front of you. You start somewhere between them and try to get to the endzone in front of you. If you get there, this is called a TOUCHDOWN. It is worth 6 points.
- After a touchdown, you can try to add 1 or 2 points to your score. (Teams usually go for 1 point and almost always get it, so touchdowns are generally presumed to be worth 7 points.)
- You don't have to get a touchdown all in one shot. You can work your way down the field. Each time you move the ball, it's called a PLAY. The ball usually stays where it is at the end of each play.
- Before each play, the ball is placed on the ground. It may or may not be on a line on the field. If it is not, imagine one -- this is called the LINE OF SCRIMMAGE or simply the line. This is what matters; how far the ball moves sideways does not make any difference except for going out of bounds (see next).
- A play starts when the ball is snapped (hiked) and ends when the ball is dead. This happens with an incomplete pass (see Passes and Turnovers), when the ball goes out of bounds (see Miscellaneous), or when the person with the ball falls to the ground. Kicks have special rules about when the play ends.
Downs, Punts and Field Goals:
- When you get the ball, you start with 4 tries to move the ball at least 10 yards. (The first try is called 1st DOWN, the second is 2nd down, and so on.) If you succeed in going 10 yards, you get four more downs. If you fail, the other team gets the ball. If you go backwards, you still have to get the ball to the original 10-yard spot, even if it is now much farther than 10 yards.
- (Wait a minute -- I thought you said you moved the ball on a PLAY, and now you're calling it a DOWN. Which is it? A down is when you have the ball; a play is what you do with the ball. So you run a play on a down.)
- On each down, the offense has less than a minute to start a play. If they take too long, they are penalized.
- You'll probably want to kick the ball away on 4th down. Kicking the ball to the other team is called a PUNT. (You would do this if you think the other team will get the ball anyway and you want to make sure it is farther away from the goal.) If you are close enough to the endzone, you can try to kick the ball through the goal posts for a FIELD GOAL (worth 3 points).
Kicking and Kickoffs:
- When a team kicks the ball, the other team can always try to catch it and run with it.
- A kick that is dead in the endzone (or goes out of the endzone) is called a TOUCHBACK. The ball is placed at the nearest 20-yard line.
- The game begins with a KICKOFF. You also kickoff to start the 3rd quarter (and usually overtime), and you kickoff after a score. You usually kick it as far as you can, but sometimes you may want to kick it short and try to grab it before the other team can. This is called an ON-SIDE KICK. This is very risky, so you usually only do it if you're desperate.
Passes and Turnovers:
- The ball can be thrown FORWARD or BACKWARD. A backward pass is considered the same as handing the ball off to a runner, even if no one catches it (see "fumble" below). There are no special rules regarding backward passes.
- A forward pass that is caught in bounds is considered completed. If the defense catches it, it is called an INTERCEPTION, and the defense keeps the ball. Anything else is an INCOMPLETE pass. An incomplete pass is dead, and the ball goes back to where it was before the play.
- The offense can only throw the ball forward once per play.
- The offense is not allowed to throw the ball forward once it has passed the line of scrimmage (see "Plays").
- Only certain players on the offense are allowed to catch (or even touch) forward passes.
- If you drop the ball it is called a FUMBLE. A fumble is live and anyone can recover it.
- The border line around the field is the out-of-bounds line (called the sideline or the endline). If a player steps on or over this line, he is out of bounds.
- If you have the ball in your own endzone (the one behind you) and you are tackled or you go out of bounds, the defense gets 2 points. This is called a SAFETY.
- If you break the rules, the officials will throw a yellow FLAG and call a PENALTY. The other team may accept or DECLINE the penalty, depending on whichever is to their advantage. The ball is usually moved after a penalty is accepted.
- The game is divided into four QUARTERS. After the first quarter the teams switch directions and keep playing. (The ball is placed at the same spot on the other half of the field.) After the 2nd quarter, you have halftime. The game essentially starts over after halftime except the score stays the same. After the 3rd quarter, the teams switch directions again.
Stopping the Clock:
- Timeouts can be called by either team but only between plays.
- The clock stops on an incomplete pass, when the ball goes out of bounds, when you score, or when the other team gets the ball. The clock only stops at the end of a play, never during one.
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NOTE: it will cost you tech points to change cloths... you need to build the sewing hut to get all puzzles done but you really don't need to use it to finish the game! 13-16 are the pieces of the Gong of Wonder Piece 1 ) After purchasing Level 2 of Exploration, your villagers can clear the thorns blocking access to the gong encasement, which will also reveal a piece of the gong. Piece 2) 3 Master Builders open the crate on the beach, where one of the pieces has been hidden Piece 3)magic stew that will allow one of your villagers to dive for the sunken gong piece in the pond. The herbs needed for that magic stew are: 1 of the black flower near the waterfall and 2 of the red-orange flower on the south side of the village.Have one of your villagers eat the stew put them in the pond and they will then go to the top and dive in and get the gong piece. IF others eat the stew it will be find as long as you don't put them in the pond. 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Hummingbirds heart beats at thousand two hundred-sixty baets a minute. They usally drink pollen from a flower. The average life span of a(n) hummingbirds is 3 to 4 years.. More info:. Add your own info if you want: . Hummingbird . (Redirected from Hummingbirds ). Jump to: navigation , sear…ch For other uses, see Hummingbird (disambiguation) . . Hummingbird . Female Black-chinned Hummingbird. Scientific classification . Kingdom: Animalia Phylum: Chordata Class: Aves Subclass: Neornithes Infraclass: Neognathae (unranked): Cypselomorphae Order: Apodiformes . Subfamilies . Phaethornithinae Trochilinae . Hummingbirds are birds in the family Trochilidae , and are native to the Americas . They can hover in mid-air by rapidly flapping their wings 12-90 times per second (depending on the species). They can also fly backwards, and are the only group of birds able to do so. Their English name derives from the characteristic hum made by their rapid wing beats. 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Hummingbirds feed in many small meals, consuming many small invertebrates and up to five times their own body weight in nectar each day. They spend an average of 10-15% of their time feeding and 75-80% sitting and digesting.. Co-evolution with ornithophilous flowers . A color plate illustration from Ernst Haeckel 's Kunstformen der Natur ( 1899 ), showing a variety of hummingbirds.. Hummingbirds are specialized nectarivores (Stiles, 1981) and are tied to the ornithophilous flowers they feed upon. Some species, especially those with unusual bill shapes such as the Sword-billed Hummingbird and the sicklebills, are coevolved with a small number of flower species.. Many plants pollinated by hummingbirds produce flowers in shades of red , orange , and bright pink , though the birds will take nectar from flowers of many colors. Hummingbirds can see wavelengths into the near-ultraviolet , but their flowers do not reflect these wavelengths as many insect-pollinated flowers do. This narrow color spectrum may render hummingbird-pollinated flowers relatively inconspicuous to most insects, thereby reducing nectar robbing . Hummingbird-pollinated flowers also produce relatively weak nectar (averaging 25% sugars w/w) containing high concentrations of sucrose , whereas insect-pollinated flowers typically produce more concentrated nectars dominated by fructose and glucose .. Aerodynamics of flight . A trail of wake vortices generated by a hummingbird's flight. Discovered after training a bird to fly through a cloud of neutrally buoyant helium-filled soap bubbles and recording airflows in the wake with stereo photography .. Hummingbird flight has been studied intensively from an aerodynamic perspective using wind tunnels and high-speed video cameras .. Writing in Nature , the biomechanist Douglas Warrick and coworkers studied the Rufous Hummingbird , Selasphorus rufus , in a wind tunnel using particle image velocimetry techniques and investigated the lift generated on the bird's upstroke and downstroke. They concluded that their subjects produced 75% of their weight support during the down-stroke and 25% during the up-stroke. Many earlier studies had assumed (implicitly or explicitly) that lift was generated equally during the two phases of the wingbeat cycle, as is the case of insects of a similar size. This finding shows that hummingbirds' hovering is similar to, but distinct from, that of hovering insects such as the hawk moths .. The Giant Hummingbird's wings beat at 8-10 beats per second, the wings of medium-sized hummingbirds beat about 20-25 beats per second and the smallest beat 70 beats per second.. Metabolism . Anna's Hummingbird , Calypte anna performs personal grooming . With the exception of insects, hummingbirds while in flight have the highest metabolism of all animals, a necessity in order to support the rapid beating of their wings. Their heart rate can reach as high as 1,260 beats per minute, a rate once measured in a Blue-throated Hummingbird . They also consume more than their own weight in nectar each day, and to do so they must visit hundreds of flowers daily. Hummingbirds are continuously hours away from starving to death, and are able to store just enough energy to survive overnight.. Hummingbirds are capable of slowing down their metabolism at night, or any other time food is not readily available. They enter a hibernation -like state known as torpor . During torpor, the heart rate and rate of breathing are both slowed dramatically (the heart rate to roughly 50-180 beats per minute), reducing the need for food.. The dynamic range of metabolic rates in hummingbirds (Suarez and Gass 2002) requires a corresponding dynamic range in kidney function (Bakken et al. 2004). The glomerulus is a cluster of capillaries in the nephrons of the kidney which removes certain substances from the blood, like a filtration mechanism. The rate at which food is metabolized is called the glomerular filtration rate (GFR). Most often these fluids are reabsorbed by the kidneys. During torpor, to prevent dehydration, the GFR slows, preserving necessities for the body such as glucose, water and salts. GFR also slows when a bird is undergoing water deprivation. The interruption of GFR is a survival and physiological mechanism unique to hummingbirds (Bakken et al. 2004).. Studies of hummingbirds' metabolisms are highly relevant to the question of why a migrating Ruby-throated Hummingbird can cross 800 km (500 mi) of the Gulf of Mexico on a nonstop flight, as field observations suggest it does. This hummingbird, like other birds preparing to migrate, stores up fat to serve as fuel, thereby augmenting its weight by as much as 100 percent and hence increasing the bird's potential flying time.. Lifespan . Hummingbirds, like most organisms with very rapid metabolisms, have short life-spans and many die during their first year. Those that do survive their first year have an average life span of 3 to 4 years. The longest recorded life span is from a female Broad-tailed Hummingbird that was tagged then recaptured 12 years later, making her at least 12 years old. The oldest known Rufous Hummingbird is a banded bird that was 8 years and 1 month old.. Range . Hummingbirds are found only in the Americas , from southern Alaska to Tierra del Fuego , including the Caribbean . The majority of species occur in tropical Central and South America , but several species also breed in temperate areas. Only the migratory Ruby-throated Hummingbird breeds in continental North America east of the Mississippi River and Great Lakes . The Black-chinned Hummingbird , its close relative and another migrant, is the most widespread and common species in the western United States , while the Rufous Hummingbird is the most widespread species in western Canada .  . Most hummingbirds of the U.S. and Canada migrate south in fall to spend the northern winter in Mexico or Central America. A few southern South American species also move to the tropics in the southern winter. A few species are year-round residents in the warmer coastal and interior desert regions. Among these is Anna's Hummingbird , a common resident from southern California inland to southern Arizona and north to southwestern British Columbia .. The Rufous Hummingbird is one of several species that breed in western North America and are wintering in increasing numbers in the southeastern United States, rather than in tropical Mexico. Thanks in part to artificial feeders and winter-blooming gardens, hummingbirds formerly considered doomed by faulty navigational instincts are surviving northern winters and even returning to the same gardens year after year. Individuals that survive winters in the north, however, may have altered internal navigation instincts that could be passed on to their offspring. The Rufous Hummingbird nests farther north than any other species and must tolerate temperatures below freezing on its breeding grounds. This cold hardiness enables it to survive temperatures well below freezing, provided that adequate shelter and feeders are available.. Reproduction . Hummingbird nest with two chicks in Santa Monica, California . Calliope Hummingbird feeding two chicks in Grand Teton National Park . As far as is known, male hummingbirds do not take part in nesting. Most species make a cup-shaped nest on the branch of a tree or shrub. Two white eggs are laid which, despite being the smallest of all bird eggs, are in fact large relative to the hummingbird's adult size. Incubation typically lasts 18 or 19 days. The nest varies in size relative to species, from smaller than half of a walnut shell to several centimeters in diameter. Many hummingbird species gather spiderwebs to wrap around the exterior of their nests. This unique design allows the normally minuscule nest to stretch and expand with the growing young.. Systematics and evolution . Hummingbird feather. Traditionally, hummingbirds are placed in the order Apodiformes , which also contains the swifts , though some taxonomists have separated them into their own order, Trochiliformes . Hummingbirds' wings are hollow and fragile, making fossilization difficult and leaving their evolutionary history a mystery. Some scientists believe that the hummingbird evolved relatively recently. Scientists also theorize that hummingbirds originated in South America, where there is the greatest species diversity; Brazil, Peru and Ecuador contain over half of the known species. The ancestors of extant hummingbirds may have lived in parts of Europe to what is southern Russia today [ citation needed ] .. There are between 325 and 340 species of hummingbird, depending on taxonomic viewpoint, historically divided into two subfamilies, the hermits (subfamily Phaethornithinae , 34 species in six genera), and the typical hummingbirds (subfamily Trochilinae , all the others). However, recent phylogenetic analyses by McGuire et al. (2007) suggest that this division is slightly inaccurate, and that there are nine major clades of hummingbirds: the Topazes, the Hermits, the Mangoes, the Coquettes, the Brilliants, the Giant Hummingbird ( Patagona gigas ), the Mountain Gems, the Bees, and the Emeralds. The Topazes ( Topaza pella and Florisuga mellivora ) have the oldest split with the rest of the hummingbirds. The hummingbirds are the second most diverse bird family on earth (after the tyrant flycatchers ).. Fossil hummingbirds are known from the Pleistocene of Brazil and the Bahamas -though neither has yet been scientifically described-and there are fossils and subfossils of a few extant species known; until recently, older fossils had not been securely identifiable as hummingbirds.. In 2004, Dr. Gerald Mayr of the Senckenberg Museum in Frankfurt am Main identified two 30-million-year-old hummingbird fossils and published his results in Nature . The fossils of this primitive hummingbird species, named Eurotrochilus inexpectatus ("unexpected European hummingbird"), had been sitting in a museum drawer in Stuttgart ; they had been unearthed in a clay pit at Wiesloch -Frauenweiler, south of Heidelberg , Germany and, because it was assumed that hummingbirds never occurred outside the Americas, were not recognized to be hummingbirds until Mayr took a closer look at them.. Fossils of birds not clearly assignable to either hummingbirds or a related, extinct family, the Jungornithidae , have been found at the Messel pit and in the Caucasus , dating from 40-35 mya ; this indicates that the split between these two lineages indeed occurred at that date. The areas where these early fossils have been found had a climate quite similar to the northern Caribbean or southernmost China during that time. The biggest remaining mystery at the present time is what happened to hummingbirds in the roughly 25 million years between the primitive Eurotrochilus and the modern fossils. The astounding morphological adaptations, the decrease in size, and the dispersal to the Americas and extinction in Eurasia all occurred during this timespan. DNA-DNA hybridization results suggest that the main radiation of South American hummingbirds at least partly took place in the Miocene , some 12-13 mya, during the uplifting of the northern Andes .. Lists of species and genera . Alphabetical list, sortable by common or binomial name . List of hummingbirds in taxonomic order . Feeders and artificial nectar . Hummingbirds will also take sugar water from artificial feeders . Such feeders allow people to observe and enjoy hummingbirds up close while providing the birds with a reliable source of energy, especially when flower blossoms are less abundant.. Hummingbirds will either hover or perch to feed; red feeders are preferred, but colored liquid is not necessary and may be hazardous to their health.. Hummingbird hovering to feed at a red feeder with yellow "flowers". Only white granulated sugar is proven safe to use in hummingbird feeders. A ratio of 1 cup sugar to 4 cups water is a common recipe. ] Boiling and then cooling this mixture before use has been recommended to help deter the growth of bacteria and yeasts. Powdered sugars contain corn starch as an anti-caking agent; this additive can contribute to premature fermentation of the solution. Brown, turbinado, and "raw" sugars contain iron, which can be deadly to hummingbirds if consumed over long periods. [ Honey is made by bees from the nectar of flowers, but it contains sugars that are less palatable to hummingbirds and promotes the growth of microorganisms that may be dangerous to their health.. Red food dye is often added to homemade solutions. Commercial products sold as "instant nectar" or "hummingbird food" may also contain preservatives and/or artificial flavors as well as dyes. The long-term effects of these additives on hummingbirds have not been studied, but studies on laboratory animals indicate the potential to cause disease and premature mortality at high consumption rates. Although some commercial products contain small amounts of nutritional additives, hummingbirds obtain all necessary nutrients from the insects they eat. This renders the added nutrients unnecessary.. Other animals are also attracted to hummingbird feeders. Bees and wasps are attracted to the nectar and may crawl into the feeder, where they may become trapped. Ants are also attracted to the nectar. Orioles , woodpeckers, bananaquits, and other animals are known to drink from hummingbird feeders, sometimes tipping them and draining the liquid. Sometimes a large hummingbird drives its smaller brethren away from a feeder.. To lure flying insects away from feeders, hang several, and provide one feeder with a 3 to 1 mix. The insects will be attracted to the sweeter solution and it won't hurt the hummers to sample it.. In myth and culture . Aztecs wore hummingbird talismans, the talismans being representations as well as actual hummingbird fetishes formed from parts of real hummingbirds: emblematic for their vigor, energy and propensity to do work along with their sharp beaks that mimic instruments of weaponry, bloodletting, penetration and intimacy. Hummingbird talismans were prized as drawing sexual potency, energy, vigor and skill at arms and warfare to the wearer.  . The Aztec god Huitzilopochtli is often depicted as a hummingbird. The Nahuatl word huitzil (hummingbird) is an onomatopoeic word derived from the sounds of the hummingbird's wing-beats and zooming flight. . ( Full Answer )
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No, there is no way one person could known everything there is to know about modern medicine. Some Doctors specialize in a specific area of medicine, while others are general practitioners who deal with more common ailments and refer more complicated cases to specialists.
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many people are tempted to bring a cute baby iguana home without research. These little lizards grow longer than 4 feet. Their bite is painful and sometimes needs stitches. Though they are easy to feed their plant diet, unless you know what you are doing I and many other pet store owners recommend… not to buy one of the most abused animal animal in the U.S. ( Full Answer )
I asked the question and I'm answering the question. Why? Because I want to help all of you who are stuck on the Magna Carta and what it is. WHAT IS THE MAGNA CARTA? The Magna Carta was also called the Magna Carta Libertatum or the Great Charter. The Magna Carta was written in Latin and the wo…rds "Magna Carta Libertatum" means the Great Charter of Freedom". As you can guess, that is why some people also call it the Great Charter. HOW WAS KING JOHN OF ENGLAND INVOLVED WITH THE MAGNA CARTA? After a lot of pressure(John was not an extremely nice man)John's Barons and Bishops created a document which they called Magna Carta(or Magna Carta Libertatum). They wanted John to sign it because it would be like signing a contract-that they would get their rights after John died. John didn't exactly agree with it but what could he do? So in June 1215, he sealed the document. For those of younger people reading this, it was kind of like a will. ...AND WHAT HAPPENED TO IT AFTER THAT? Well, before, as I told you, John was not the most decent man you could find so he abandoned the Magna Carta(I can hear some of you gasp back there!) and the Barons got extremely angry. In fact, a war broke out which led to John's death. He was killed on 19 October 1216. I LOOKED THIS UP ON WIKI AND IT SAID THERE WHERE SOME COPIES! Yeah...I didn't finish. Shortly after John's death, Henry III took over. He didn't like the ways of his father, thus reissued the Magna Carta in 1225. After that...who knows? GRRR!! YOU STILL HAVEN'T ANSWERED MY QUESTION! Which is...? WHAT ABOUT THE COPIES? WHERE THERE ANY COPIES?! Umm...well...yeah. I think so. HOW MANY!!? Hey, Mister "Bold-Writing-with-the-Caps-Lock-on"! I'm not exactly sure(actually I think there might be 3 around today but I'm not to sure). ...SO WHAT DID THE GREAT CHARTER SAY? Hey! I don't know everything! But I know the answer to this. The Magna Carta said: John, by the Grace of God King of England, Duke of Normandy and Aquitine and... WHAT? I've just thought up an idea! Type this into your address bar: www.bl.UK./treasures/magnacarta/index.HTML# WELL...THANKS.. Hope this helped! ( Full Answer )
What are all the reasons you would need a babysitter and what all do you need to know to be a babysitter?
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a cubiod is a 3-d shape and it has 5 faces 8 vertices and 12 edges
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åã¯ããããç¥ããªããã°ãããªã (kimi ha sore shita shiranakereba ikemanai) would mean "That's all you need to know". Literally, this sentence has the meaning "Only that is what you must know". You can also express this sentiment as å…ã¯ããããç¥ããªãã¦ã¯ãªããªã (kimi ha sore shita shiranakute ha naranai). In general, you can use ãã (shita) + negative to mean "only" and negative ba-form + ãããªã (ikenai),ããªããªã (naranai), or ã ãã (dame da) to say that you must do something. Literally translated, when you say you must do something in Japanese, you are saying that it is unacceptable to not do so. ( Full Answer )
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Why do you need to know all of the factors to a number to know if it is a prime or composite number?
You don't. If you know just one factor, other than 1 and the number itself, you will know that the number is composite. A prime has only two factors: 1 and itself. So all the factors is no big deal.
Normally, I choose the NFL Website, which has subcategories of allthe teams and even a shop.Or, there is also ESPN, and if you wantto watch live college games, go to the ESPN360 Website.
No, if a number has even one additional factor besides itself and the number one, then you automatically know it's composite.
To know that a number is prime you need to know that it has no factors other than 1 and the number itself. To know that a number is composite you only need to know one factor other than the number itself or 1.
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It depends on what postition you want to play. In all, football comes down to throwing, catching, running, blocking, and tackling
No. I play piano and, well, I do know all of the major chords but you don't need to. All you need is to know how to read music, or you can finger pick (which is what I do lol but I can play pretty good finger picking ^_^).
It is important for all engineers to have at least a basic understanding of math. Most very specialized engineers need to have a very good understanding of math in order to do their jobs well and safely.
It's unavoidable since you learn things by just living and can'tsurvive without knowing absolutely nothing, except possibly as avegetable.
One good way to be aggressive for football is to remember why youplay the game. You play to win so do whatever you have to in orderto make that happen.