What does pulleys mean in scientific terms?
a pulley is something when you pull it up it gos down and when you pull it down it gos up and Mohammad Rabee wrote this and I wrote what does a wheel and axle mean.
what does sonorous mean
hay what does poles mean in science
the answer in scientific method
Not changing (Uniform)
Catagory with similar properties
It means without pause .
Parts per trillion.
bibliography means were did you get your informatoin from
It means to gain energy.
It depends what terms you mean. in spiritual terms, yes, I believe there is an afterlife. In scientific terms, frankly, no.
In scientific terms, "repeatable" means that if you do the same experiment several times, you will get very close to exactly the same results each time.
The word 'model' in scientific terms mean a diagram or some sort of picture with words pointing out what bit means which.
In automotive terms, There are drive pulleys such as the drive pulley mounted to the crankshaft on most engines. There are driven pulleys such as an alternator, power steering, water pump, a/c compressor and all the accessories driven by the drive pulley. There are idler pulleys and tensioner pulleys. There are timing belt pulleys. And for non automotive related terms, There are block and tackle pulley systems. There are pulley hoists. Wire rope pulley blocks… Read More
It means the length around the object.
it means to have a field of land in scientific terms!
It does mean that the number of atoms in both sides of a chemical reactions are equal.
Liquid form: Molten Lava
Someone who classifies things in natural or scientific terms.
energy is scientifically defined as the ability to do work.
It means it has'nt been watered down.
Information collected during research or an experiment.
Usually the use of oxygen to oxidize fuel for metabolic purposes.
A solution that is not able to absorb any more solute or solvent
Work is the amount of energy you have to use to execute a certain task.
It symbolise the cartographer's visual resource' sizes.
Hearsay is something heard and then repeated without its accuracy being validated.
it means to heat something up (in science probably with a Bunsen burner)
What does this even mean?
Layers of rocks and they can 'climb through time' it's pretty cool, actually(:
a solution is where two things are mixed together...eg: sugar and water x
Accuracy is how close you are to your expected value and precision is how close together your experimental values are.
A control is something that stays the same in a science experiment In science terms it means that in the project nothing is being tested so its left alone.
Biology in technical terms in the study of life. The word comes from the Greek "Bios" meaning life and "ology" meaning the study of, creating the study of life.
The terms used 'in' the story are psychiatric and scientific. No literary terms are referred to directly. If you mean 'what are some literary term applicable to Nightfall?' then foreshadowing, foreboding, third-person, epiphany.
How much does the gravity affects an object is called weight. The formula for weight is mg or mass into gravitation.
-aris is a suffix used in scientific terms (e.g., solaris, polaris)
Power is defined as energy per unit time. You can also say 'rate of doing work'.
Filtration means when a soluble solid (something that doesn't dissolve in water) is separated from liquid HOPE THAT HELPS :)
A SCIENTIFIC TERM CHANGE is bad
It is something that is not dependent on or relative to anything else. eg:- absolute zero. one scientific meaning is "the apex" laymen terms mean for sure-- non better--- with out a doubt.
It doesn't. There's no such thing, not in scientific terms. Some people might use the phrase as a metaphor but business and politics is full of scientific, or pseudo-scientific, terms used metaphorically by people who clearly do not understand basic science! Certain forms of energy, such as electrical current, have polarities; but the negative pole of a circuit does not mean electrical energy is "negative".
It is a procedure for eye surgery that cures near sightedness, by using a laser that cuts a flap in the cornea so that it flattens out
A substance is a scientific term that is used in chemistry.
According to Google, the term "quackery" defines as: medical practice and advice based on observation and experience in ignorance of scientific findings.
Evaporation in scientific terms is when water is an entire substance and then it is vaporized from the heat of rays from the sun. After it is vaporized it is water vapor in the air in the form of fog and clouds until precipitated or in other words it rains.
In scientific terms a sloth is known as Eremotherium laurillardi
The Snowy Owl is Bubo Scandiacus in scientific terms.
A transparent body that is bounded in part by two nonparallel plane faces and is used to refract or disperse a beam of light. (Merriam-Webster.com)
In term of Science : Accuracy is how close a numerical measure is to its actual value. In term of mathematics : the number of significant figures given in a number