Are the seigneury lines even?
No there were different divisions of lines. Not only that the lines weren't exactly straight. There were 3 important Roles, they were The Intendant, Bishop, and The Governor. This is most of what you are ALL learning in History...
That they are equal even lines> by cici
Life on the Seigneury was busy. Farmers have to first clear their land, cutting down trees with an axe and removing tree stumps and rocks. They then had to grow crops. They grew wheat for bread and hay for their animals. They raised chickens and pigs, kept cows for milk and meat, sheep for wool, and horses to pull plows and sleighs. Even children have to do these things unless they are to young. Did… Read More
it was made up of a general govener, a lord or seigner and an intendant, louis the 14th was the king of france and had control of all the seigneury, the monople was mainly jean talon. at the timp politics were nobles and so they follwed the monarchie system of the nobles
even tacking is made when the lines of intervals are the same.
A seigneury was a system where small pieces of land along the St. Lawrence river were divided out among the farmers to settle. The Land lord (seigneur) was in charge of this matter. The land lord was given a house and some of the farmers profit by permission of the king . The people living on the seigneury were called habitants. The habitants had to farm and settle the land. Every so often they would… Read More
people ate other peoples poop and drank their pee as hot chocolate!!!
well go look for it First of all it's called the seigneurial system, not the seigneury system. A seigneury is a lot of land, or manor that the Seigneur assigns to Habitants (colonists or settlers wanting to buy land). The seigneurial system allows all habitants to have access to a waterway. Another interesting fact, is the French, unlike the English, divided their lots among their children. For example, if a family were to have five… Read More
Lines are one-dimensional objects but they can be in 2-dimensional - or even 20-dimensional) space.
small hole in the tank or in lines ..even rusted lines
The lines have to intersect because lines go on forever and if then are not parallel then they will collide. Even if they are not parallel by one degree they will still intersect.
perpendicular lines are lines that MEET at right angles (90 degrees). Skew lines are lines that dont meet at all. Even though the gradients of two skew lines can multiply to be -1 (a property of perpendicular lines) They will not really be perpendicular as they don't accually meet. This can occur when the lines are in different planes.
yes, even if they go on forever they can be.
To steady the rhythm
Perpendicular lines are those that even if stretched to infinite lengths, they will NEVER touch. Intersecting lines are those that aren't necessarily 90 degres seperated, but ones that will, at one point, cross over.
Yes. Even fairly weak tornadoes can bring down power lines. These power lines create a risk of electrocution in the tornado's aftermath.
Any polygon with an even number of sides can have two lines of symmetry, but it would have to be irregular.
technically all 50 do not since even the lines that look straight on maps actually follow the curvature of the earth but to answer the question you probably meant only Hawaii tho even Hawaii has straight looking lines in the borders of its counties so again technically all don't & none do
If two lines have the same gradient, then this means they are travelling in the same direction. Lines travelling in the same direction will never touch or cross each other even if extended to infinity. Lines with such a property are called "parallel lines." This is assuming they are not just exactly the same line.
No point in common. That is correct. More common explanation is that even if you extend the lines in either direction, they would not touch (i.e. have a common point.)
Lines that are very close together or touching indicate very steep terrain, perhaps even a cliff.
This is left alignment.
razor blades to cut even lines or crushing it with a quarter.
Yes. They are invisible. But even I don't know why...
The word parallel means that one set (or more) of lines will never touch, even if the line goes on forever. Example of a set of parallel lines: _____________________________________ __________________ Note: parallel lines do not have to be in equal length.
eHow Education Math Education Number Lines What Are Parallel Lines? What Are Parallel Lines? The white lines are parallel. Parallel lines are one of the most basic ideas in geometry. Most people learn about parallel lines early in their education, even in subjects other than math such as art. Despite being a very simple concept, most parallel lines we see in nature are man-made.
Progressive means a full frame scan, so something that is 25p means there are 25 full frame scans per second. Interlaced however breaks the frame into thin lines (or fields). It then alternates between scanning odd and even lines. So something that is 50i means that 25 times a second it scans the even lines and 25 times a second it scans odd lines.
An odd number of lines are used in interlaced scanning because, in each field of the TV, the scanning displaces the field by a half of the area. If there were an even number of lines, it would flicker noticably.
Shakespeare did not write any poems with only 13 lines. He wrote a lot with 14 lines, and some with even more. All of his poems contain more than 13 lines.
Lines of Latitude are parallel with each other and circle the globe east and west. Parallel refers to the relationship of two lines and really has nothing to do with direction. Parallel lines are two lines that would never meet even if extended to infinity.
A regular hexagon has more than 4 lines of symmetry. Even number sided polygons that are regular and have more than 4 sides have more than 4 lines of symmetry. Circles have more than four lines of symmetry. Squares also have 4 lines of symmetry.
The pace did not relent, with boats being battered even on the good lines.
Yes, the story-lines are even almost identical.
No because diagonal lines do not count. Even though they might fit perfectly inside the rectangle, but those don't count. Only lines going horizontally or vertically count as lines of symmetry. :)
P = Parallel lines S = Sides 2/S x 4S = 2P P/2 = Parallel lines |*|*|*|*|*|*|*|*|*| Works Everytime cos' I am the inventor of maths
Characteristics of art deco are traight lines, zig-zag lines, sun-rays, geometric shapes, bright colors, and an overall 'even' look.
Rhombus, actually all the lines are parallel even though it is an offset square. what you want is a trapezoid or some variation there of.
No it is not. An "Ellispe" is not even a recognised word!. In any case, a polygon is a plane space enclosed by straight lines. An ellipse consists of a curved line, not straight lines.
Panic for one. Congested hospitals, roads, and even downed communication and power lines. Gas fires from ruptured gas lines.
Any plane shape that has two or more sets of parallel lines. For example, any regular polygon with an even number of sides.
There are a few perfume companies that now have lines only for me. Armani have perfume lines only for men as do Lacoste, Calvin Klein, and Ralph Lauren. Even Chanel, usually made for women only, now have lines only for men such as Bleu de Chanel.
It would depend on the number of petals. For instance if a flower had five petals, it would have five lines of symmetry. You could divide it five ways (with lines) and each time you divide it each half is even with the other.
sharks are not but rays are even though they both have lateral lines
Because, just like the parallels of latitude, they're imaginary lines drawn on the Earth's spherical surface. A straight line can't touch a sphere at more than 2 points, and to do even that it has to dig into the sphere.
When biology papers first came out on the typewriters continuous vertical lines was not possible. Even though computerized technology has gotten much better, biologists continue to eliminate vertical lines.
the 1080 number refers to the number of lines of video vertically (top to bottom) on your TV. The "P" refers to progressive scan. You have 2 types of scanning: Interlace: Which is where your lines scan the even lines first (540 lines) then the odd lines next (540 lines), then the even line, etc. This happens 60 times per second which means your complete picture is refreshed 30X per second. Progressive: With progressive scan… Read More
'Twas the night before Christmas, and all through the house, not a creature was stirring. Not even a mouse.
A suture is the name given to the stitches used to close a wound or during an operation. The suture lines are the line of sutures used that remain visible even after the sutures have been removed.
It need not have any, or it can have 7.
Why is the Middle East so much hotter than Florida even though they lay on the same lines of latitude?
The Middle East is so much hotter than Florida even though they lay on the same lines of latitude. This is because the Middle East is a desert and Florida has a lot of water.
I replaced the front brake lines on my '93 Olds 88 LSS with stainless steel but the set for the rear was missing a part so I still have the original brake lines for the rear drums. Even with just the one set, I noticed a welcome improvement in pedal firmness and stopping power and the traction control still operates. I also swapped out the original lines for stainless steel on my 2003 Evo but… Read More