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What is the gure for roseaciea?
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Asked in Musical Terminology
What does the term 'Gure' mean as it relates to music?
Asked in Digimon
How do you get a courage DE in Digimon World ds Not dawn or dusk just the regular one.?
Asked in Digimon
Where can you get agumon in Digimon World ds?
Normally, you can catch the In-Training form of your starter at the Data Forest. So, if you chose Agumon in the beginning of the game, you can get scan data from a Koromon there and evolve it into another one. If you didn't, there's another way. Enter the password 20000630 near Mr. Gure to get scan data from DotAgumon, then degenerate and evolve it into an Agumon.
What are some six letter words with 3rd letter G and 4th letter U and 5th letter R and 6th letter E?
What are some six letter words with 1st letter L and 3rd letter G and 4th letter U and 5th letter R and 6th letter E?
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What are some eight letter words with 3rd letter F and 5th letter G and 6th letter U and 7th letter R and 8th letter E?
What are some six letter words with 1st letter F and 3rd letter G and 4th letter U and 5th letter R and 6th letter E?
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How do you get dot agumon falcomon beelzemon and calumon on Digimon World ds?
Dot Agumon-You need a code which you enter to the machine next to Mr. Gure. You can search it up. Falcomon-This digimon is from the tokomon evolution line. Tokomons can be found in training peak. Beelzemon-You need to befriend a beelzemon in order to get one. Beelzemon is from the... I forgot which evolutionary line, but go get yourself a guilmon and then degenarate it into in-training to get beelzemon. Guilmons can be found in sheer valley. Calumon- Defeat Belphemon That's all. :3 Happy gaming. :D
Asked in Actors & Actresses
What actors and actresses appeared in Abhimaan - 1986?
The cast of Abhimaan - 1986 includes: Sandhyarani Krishnagopal Banerjee Satya Banerjee Alok Bhattacharya Abha Bhattacharya Parimal Bose Rupa Bose Shreela Chakraborty Samir Chakraborty Bina Chanda Ashis Chatterjee Bishu Chatterjee Rajen Chatterjee Dipendu Chowdhury Pramod Das Bula Das Sukhen Das Rina Das Bhairab Dey Shyamchand Dutta Meena Ghosh Biplab Ghosh Prashanta Ghosh Robi Ghosh Kajal Gupta Pradip Gure Biplab Haldar Malati Hi Shekhar Maitra Lata Maity Hasi Majumdar Ujjwal Mondal Nandita Mukherjee Amitabha Mukherjee Ranjit Mullik Mihir Pal Shree Roy Chowdhury Mahua Roy Chowdhury Mamata Saha Sushanta Sen Chandradeo Sharma Rabindra Sinha Parimal Swarnakar
Asked in Royal Family
How big is Vegetas family tree?
Vegeta's father: King Vegeta. Vegeta's father-in-law: Dr. Brief. Vegeta's mother-in-law: Mrs. Brief. Vegeta's older sister: Articha. (Yes, Vegeta has a older sister who is just as evil as Vegeta is, but she only appears in 20 episodes in total. And those episodes are fan-made episodes..Unfortunately. Articha is 5 years older than Vegeta.) Vegeta's younger brother: Tarble. Vegeta's sister-in-law: Gure. Vegeta's wife: Bulma. Vegeta's son: Trunks. (And future Trunks.) Vegeta's daugther: Bulla (Also called 'Bra') Vegeta's second daugther: Shirra. (Vegeta has a daugther who is just as evil as Vegeta. The mother is unknown. Vegeta has a flashback of her from when he leaves her when she was just a little girl. Some days later Shirra appears infront of Vegeta. Bulma and Vegeta get into an arguement, because Vegeta had another woman out in space. Shirra stays for a while, but leaves her father just as he had leaved her. Of course it's only showed in the fan-made episodes. Shirra appears at the same time as Trunks and Pan are dating and Goten and Bulla are dating. Shirra was born 10 years before Vegeta came to earth. That makes Shirra 38 years old.) Vegeta's son-in-law: Goten. (Yes, Goten is Vegeta's son-in-law. But that is only showed in the fan-made episodes. I really don't understand it, because Goten is 7 years older than Bulla. When Goten was teenager, Bulla was just a little girl. Goten was 14, and Bulla 7. And in the fan-made episodes were Bulla 16-17 years old when she and Goten were dating. That makes Goten 23-24 years old.) Vegeta's daugther-in-law: Pan. (Yes, Pan is Vegeta's daughter-in-law. But that is also only showed in the fan-made episodes. It is just as trange as Goten and Bulla, because Trunks is much older than Pan. Trunks is 1 year older than Goten. Pan is 2 years younger than Bulla. And if Goten is 7 years older than Bulla then Trunks is 10 years older than Pan. When Trunks was teenager, Pan was just a little girl. Trunks was 15, and Pan was 5. And they started to date when Trunks was 25, and Pan was 15.) Vegeta's great granddaugther: Bulma 2. Vegeta's great great grandson: Vegeta Junior.
How are loudness and frequency related?
Frequency and Loudness Tones of the same intensity (power per area), but of di®erent frequency, are perceived as being of di®erent loudness. To simplify the discussion, consider just sustained tones where the pressure is a sine wave. If two sounds have the same intensity and their frequencies lie between about 600 and 2000 Hertz, they will be perceived to be about the same loudness. Outside of this range, that is not the case. For sounds near 3000 to 4000 Hertz, the ear is extra-sensitive; these sounds are perceived as being louder than a 1000 Hertz sound of the same intensity. At frequencies lower than 300 Hertz, the ear becomes less sensitive; sounds with this frequency are perceived as being less loud than a sound of the same intensity and 1000 Hertz frequency. The loss of sensitivity gets bigger as one goes to lower frequencies. Also, at very high frequencies sensitivity is again reduced. Let us very brie°y explain why each of these features is present. ² Hearing below about 300 Hertz becomes ine±cient partly because the cochlea does not respond as well here, but also largely because the transmission of the vibrations through the ear bones becomes less e±cient at low frequencies. [This is a common problem with impedance matching: below some characteristic frequency of the impedance matcher, it stops working e±ciently. We might return to this after talking about resonance and impedance, when we discuss brass instruments.] ² The meatus is a tube, roughly cylindrical and of a certain length. As we will see later, such a tube has a resonant frequency, and sound waves at or near that frequency bounce back and forth several times in the tube before leaving, giving the ear a larger sensitivity to capture that sound. As we will see, the resonant wave length is ¸ = 4L with L the length of the tube. This gives a number around 3500 Hertz, and explains why the ear has a region of especially high e±ciency there. This explanation may not 1 Figure 1: Fletcher-Munson curve, showing what sounds will be perceived as equally loud. make sense to you now, but we will return to it when we talk about resonances in tubes. ² At very high frequencies one goes beyond the frequency where the cochlea is designed to work e±ciently. Also, the hair cells responsible for the highest frequencies die with age and exposure to loud sounds, so the high frequency cuto® of the ear tends to move to lower frequencies with age. We saw that it is hard to answer the question, \how many times louder is sound A than sound B?" However, it is much easier to answer, \is sound A louder, softer, or the same as sound B?" Furthermore, di®erent people will generally give the same answer for the same pair of sounds. That is, if I ¯nd a 1000 Hertz tone and a 200 Hertz tone which one person ¯nds to be of equal loudness, another person will also ¯nd them to be of equal loudness. (The exception is frequencies above 10 000 Hertz, where some peoples' ears lose sensitivity at a lower frequency than others.) Adopting 1000 Hertz sine waves as a standard, we can then ask, what intensity must a sound at 100, 200, 300, : : : Hertz be, to sound as loud as a 60 dB tone at 1000 Hertz? The answer will be a curve in a plot with frequency on the x and intensity on the y axes. We can 2 also make curves for a 50 dB tone at 1000 Hertz, a 40 dB tone at 1000 Hertz, and so forth. The ¯rst people to do this were named Fletcher and Munson, so such a curve is referred to as a Fletcher-Munson curve, and is shown in ¯gure 1. Having just advertized that di®erent people will give the same answer, I nevertheless found at least 2 Fletcher-Munson curves on the web which give slightly di®erent answers. This may be an issue of how modern the equipment used was. There is a beautiful website, linked o® the course page entry for this lecture, which lets you measure your own Fletcher-Munson curve.