Who believed matter was continuous?
"Modern Chemistry" by Holt, Rinehart, and Winston
Continuous theory of matter says that matter comes in long continuous sheets,it never breaks while the discontinuous theory of matter assumes that matter comes in smaller packets and the reason why matter looks continuous is because we can't magnify it enough to see the small packets of matter. Continuous variation or continuous matter is gradual, something that is not so clear cut. For example, height can vary amongst population and there are many different heights…
It not what sports use continuous training. It's more about the person playing it and how well they want to do in it. Because people who don't care much and don't worry about being good wont really use continuous training, but someone who wants to be the best and progress in the sport will do continuous training no matter what sport it is.
They believed matter wasn't continuously divisible. But they couldn't explain how atoms combined to form solids, liquids, and gases. Democritus amde a comparison of any matter to a beach. When you are far away the beach looks like one thing ... a large continuous shunk of earth. As you get closer you can then see the individual grains of sand. He thought all matter was like this. As we get closer (or magnify) the matter…
Senator Stephen A Douglas believed that the only democratic way to deal with the slavery issue was through?
Continuous Effects are not usually 'used', they are always active. But to put it into context, Bountiful Artemis has an effect that lets you draw cards when counter traps resolve - this effect is continuous, it doesn't matter whose turn it is, or if you have drawn cards from it before, it will let you draw a card every time the condition is met.
Did Aristotle introduced the concept that elements are composed of fundamental particles called atoms?
"Continuous" means there's no smallest piece. If you pick two amounts, then no matter how close together they are, there's always an amount between them. Amounts of time, water, and temperature are continuous. "Discrete" means there is a smallest piece. If you pick two amounts and they're close enough together, there's no amount between them. Amounts of beans, cars, and chickens are discrete.