Who invented the FOIL method?
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Leonhard Euler developed this method in his article, "De aequationibus differentialibus, quae certis tantum casibus integrationem admittunt (On differential equations which sometimes can be integrated)," published in 1747.
The FOIL Method is a process used in algebra to multiply twobinomials. f= first terms o= outer terms i= inner terms l= last terms
The Karvonen method was founded by Finnish scientist Dr. M. J.Karvonen in 1957. The method deals with the heart rate reserve andthe desired heart rate to burn calories.
Metal foil, such as tin foil had been around for years. The first plant designed for rolling aluminum foil was opened in 1910. Aluminum foil replaced tin foil, when the "Dr. Lauber, Neher & Cie., Emmishofen" aluminum foil rolling plant in Kreuzlingen, Switzerland, was opened by J.G. Neher & Sons. Th…ey discovered the "endless rolling process" together with Dr. Lauber. For more details, please see the sites listed below. ( Full Answer )
Before the invention of the printing press, the most common methodof communication was messengers. These messengers would travel fromtown to town with information and news from other places.
Answer Yes, the tinfoil phonograph as invented by Thomas A. Edison in 1877 did have an impact! Previous to the phonograph's invention no one would have dared to believe a dead person's speech could come back to life! It was then thought that once a person died, all things verbal went with them, los…t forever. To be able to hear a dead person was almost surreal! Edison shattered all that! Even when the phonograph was written about in the newspapers, most people simply didn't and couldn't believe it was true. People just couldn't conceive the fact a simple metal device could do such a thing. Edison's invention proved so popular that "Scientific-American" sold plans so that a person could construct a phonograph at home.That helped cement the idea that anyone could actually accomplish what a inventor did in his lab. People made good money for several years demonstrating the machines in public venues. Everyone wanted to see one in action. Once shown and proven, the device changed people's ideas about permanence! ( Full Answer )
Answer The method of radioactive dating used for the Turin Shroud was 'radiocarbon dating' and was invented by Willard Libby. Source and for more information please see: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Radiocarbon_dating
Willard Frank Libby developed the carbon-14 dating method that was used in dating the Turin Shroud.
A thin sheet of metal. One of the three types of sword used in fencing (also Sabre and epee) Dramatic foil: a character that emphasises another character's qualities by acting as a counterpoint to them.
In literature, a foil is a person or thing whose differences highlight the qualities of one of the major characters. The word foil has other meanings in architecture, hunting, and metalworking.
She had invented a method of eye surgery that has helped many blird people to see . A she had went to college of Medicine for Medical that's why?
In July 1877, while developing his telephone transmitter, Thomas Edison conceived the idea of recording and playing back telephone messages. After experimenting with a telephone "diaphragm having an embossing point & held against paraffin paper moving rapidly," he found that the sound "vibrations ar…e indented nicely" and concluded "there's no doubt that I shall be able to store up & reproduce automatically at any future time the human voice perfectly." Edison periodically returned to this idea, and by the end of November, he had developed a basic design. The first phonograph consisted of grooved cylinder mounted on a long shaft with a screw pitch of ten threads per inch and turned by a hand crank. Instead of paraffined paper, Edison used a piece of tin foil wrapped around the cylinder as a recording surface. The first phonograph had separate recording and playback mechanisms, but later designs combined them into a single unit. ( Full Answer )
The scientific method was developed over a few centuries, especially in the Renaissance. Galileo had a big part on developing it. Francis Bacon developed the scientific method.
Humphry Davy was the person who invented tin foil, or aluminum foil. He was very skilled in science.
Foil can help to keep things warm. Foil also protects food fromburning if you are cooking it in the oven.
The first aluminum foil factory was opened in 1910 in Kreuzlingen, Switzerland. They used a process called "endless rolling process" which was invented by the owner of the factory, J.G. Neher & Sons, together with a Dr. Lauber. For more details, please see the sites listed below.
It was derived from Stanislavski's acting technique of objective,super objectives and actions. It was derived from Stanislavski's acting technique of objective,super objectives and actions
Louis Pasteur in 1861. He saved the milk and beer industries by suggesting that people lightly heat the liquid is a sealed container to kill the germs. His germ theory was what helped him figure out that it was germs that made food go bad, not bad food that made germs, which in turn was key to his p…asteurisation idea. ( Full Answer )
Cap highlights are old fashioned or for home use. In the salon cap highlights are mainly used for men's hair because it causes a lot of pain to people with long hair. Foil is used on long hair. It keeps in the heat and the hair processes (changes) quicker.
Lattice, or sieve, multiplication is algorithmically equivalent to long multiplication. It requires the preparation of a lattice (a grid drawn on paper) which guides the calculation and separates all the multiplications from the additions. It was introduced to Europe in 1202 in Fibonacci's Liber Aba…ci. Leonardo described the operation as mental, using his right and left hands to carry the intermediate calculations. MatrakÃ§Ä± Nasuh presented 6 different variances of this method in this 16th century book, Umdet-ul Hisab. It was widely used in Enderun schools across the Ottoman Empire.  Napier's bones, or Napier's rods also used this method, as published by Napier in 1617, the year of his death. ( Full Answer )
No. He did not. Protagoras was the first Sophist and believed in skeptism, but unlike Socrates believed in the validty of only relative truth. Any truth needed a believer. Objective truth did not exist. Man is the measure of all things, and anyone presenting an absolute truth or objective truth is …to be doubted. ( Full Answer )
According to a book entitled Michigan Yesterday & Today authored by Robert W. Domm, the assembly line and its basic concept is credited to Ransom Olds, who used it to build the first mass-produced automobile, the Oldsmobile Curved Dash. Olds patented the assembly line concept, which he put to w…ork in his Olds Motor Vehicle Company factory in 1901. ( Full Answer )
The FOIL method is used to multiply together two polynomials, each consisting of two terms. In general the polynomials could be of any degree and each could contain a number of variables. However, FOIL is generally used for two monomials in one variable; that is (ax + b) and (cx + d) To multiply t…hese two monomials together - F = Multiply together the FIRST term of each bracket: ax * cx = acx 2 O = Multiply the OUTER terms in the way the brackets are written out= ax * d = adx I = Multiply the INNER terms = b * cx = bcx L = Multiply the LAST terms of each bracket = b * d = bd Add together: acx 2 + adx + bcx + bd Lastly, combine the middle two terms which are "like" terms to give acx 2 + (ad + bc)*x + bd ( Full Answer )
Before automobiles people used horses and buggies or just horses to get around. Also, they would ride bicicles or just walk to get around.
Yes, he invented it and perfected it. Ford 'invented' and perfected the moving assembly line. Therefore increasing production and keeping costs down by having employees stay in one place. Assembling a vehicle one piece at a time instead one vehicle at a time. Ransom Olds is credited with inventing t…he assembly line. ( Full Answer )
The Salon-Spa Business Method is a ecommerce concept businessinvention. This is a business method for an online subscriber as anindividual, to access via subscription salon spa services at adiscount. It includes a marketing plan, training manual, andprogram for implementation. This business method i…nvention has beenidentified as the only detailed subscriber business model todemonstrate personal hair services acceseed via subscriber businessmodel for the US beauty salon industry. ( Full Answer )
When multiplying out the brackets in a quadratic equation or expression: f = first o = outer i = inner l = last
There are a lot of claims on this and its origin goes back to the Babylonians, but my vote goes to the Indian mathematician al-Khwarizmi around 700AD who applied the root word from Arabic "al-jabr", or how e we get "algebra". The word "al-jabr" means "what I do to one side of the equation I do to th…e other" and al-Khwarizmi taught this ( Full Answer )
(x + 2)(x - 8) . (x - 6)(x - 3) . (2x + 1)(x - 4) . (x + 3) 2 . (x + 5)(x - 5) . (x + 3y)(x - 6y . These are the questions
In math, you FOIL when multiplying two binomials. Really, FOIL is just the distributive property; it's just a rule to help make sure you multiply everything in the first binomial by everything in the second. So (x+1)(x+3) is an example of this. It is done by multiplying the first terms, outside term…s, inside terms, and then last terms. This is x 2 +3x+x+3. Simplified, this is x 2 +4x+3. ( Full Answer )
There is also a special method, useful ONLY for a two-term polynomial times another two-term polynomial. The method is called "FOIL". The letters F-O-I-L come from the words "first", "outer", "inner", "last", and are a memory device for helping you remember how to multiply horizontally, without havi…ng to write out the distribution like I did, and without dropping any terms. Here is what FOIL stands for: . That is, FOIL tells you to multiply the first terms in each of the parentheses, then multiply the two terms that are on the "outside" (furthest from each other), then the two terms that are on the "inside" (closest to each other), and then the last terms in each of the parentheses. In other words, using the previous example: . Use FOIL to simplify ( x + 3)( x + 2) "first": ( x )( x ) = x 2 "outer": ( x )(2) = 2 x "inner": (3)( x ) = 3 x "last": (3)(2) = 6 So: Copyright Â© Elizabeth Stapel 2006-2008 All Rights Reserved ( x + 3)( x + 2) = x 2 + 2 x + 3 x + 6 = x 2 + 5 x + 6 . Many instructors in later math classes come to hate "FOIL" because it serves mostly to confuse students when they reach more advanced topics. FOIL tends to be taught as "the" way to multiply all polynomials, which is clearly not true. (As soon as either one of the polynomials has more than a "first" and "last" term in its parentheses, you're hosed if you try to use FOIL, because those terms won't "fit".) When multiplying larger polynomials, just about everybody switches to vertical multiplication, because it's just so much easier to use. If you want to use FOIL, that's fine, but (warning!) keep its restriction in mind: you can ONLY use it for the special case of multiplying two binomials. You can NOT use it at ANY other time!. Simplify ( x - 4)( x - 3) . So the answer is: x 2 - 7 x + 12 Using FOIL would give: "first": ( x )( x ) = x 2 "outer": ( x )(-3) = -3 x "inner": (-4)( x ) = -4 x "last": (-4)(-3) = +12 product: ( x 2 ) + (-3 x ) + (-4 x ) + (+12) = x 2 - 7 x + 12 . Simplify ( x - 3 y )( x + y ) . So the answer is: x 2 - 2 xy - 3 y 2 Using FOIL would give: "first": ( x )( x ) = x 2 "outer": ( x )( y ) = xy "inner": (-3 y )( x ) = -3 xy "last": (-3 y )( y ) = -3 y 2 product: ( x 2 ) + ( xy ) + (-3 xy ) + (-3 y 2 ) = x 2 - 2 xy - 3 y 2 . Let me reiterate what I said at the beginning: "FOIL" works ONLY for the specific and special case of a two-term expression times another two-term expression. It does NOT apply in ANY other case. You should not rely on FOIL for general multiplication, and should not expect it to "work" for every multiplication, or even for most multiplications. If you only learn FOIL, you will not have learned all you need to know, and this will cause you problems later on down the road. I have seen too many students greatly hampered in their studies by an unthinking over-reliance on FOIL. Their instructors often never even taught them any method for multiplying other sorts of polynomials. For your own sake, take the time to read the next page and learn how to multiply polynomials properly. ( Full Answer )
it was invented in the 1990s as part of the Numeracy Project, piloted in the late 1990s. The Numeracy Project formed the basis of the Numeracy Strategy, which in turn became Units of work fr Numeracy.
Before bows and arrows, there were spears. People would sneak up to an animal and throw their spears at it. After it was down on the ground, they would stab it to death. Before spears......well, people really didn't have much but stones. And that goes back a LONG way! I guess they just threw stones …at an animal or used their slingshots back then. ( Full Answer )
GE Research and Development devised a method for nickel-plating plastics to shield computer housings. This process did not use chromium, unlike Crown City Plating's process, and was applied with a water-based solution.
Issac Newton and Gottfried Leibniz invented the calculus and argued the rest of their lives over who had the priority in this invention.
Later, Herman Hollerith (1860-1929) designed a method to store numbers onto punched cards, which was used to calculate the 1890 census, and the company he founded eventually became IBM Corporation.
this is a high level cognitive function innate to all modern humans, a person might see all sides of a situation or be it problem, and try to use a best fit solution to solve it. So it was not invented just documented or observed by very intelligent scientists who work hard or you invented it by ask…ing ....this question. :-).....just remember the following... The more i know....the more i realise that i really know little. ( Full Answer )
F irst ("first" terms of each binomial are multiplied together) . O uter ("outside" terms are multiplied-that is, the first term of the first binomial and the second term of the second) . I nner ("inside" terms are multiplied-second term of the first binomial and first term of the second) . L ast… ("last" terms of each binomial are multiplied) The general form is: (A+B)(C+D) = AC + AD + BC + BD Where AC is the first, AD is the outer, BC is the inner, and BD is the last.. So: . (X+4)(X-5) = X^2 - 5X + 4X - 20 = X^2 - 1X - 20 ( Full Answer )
A new liquid technique that its inventor says may one day replace ultrasound has been invented, but has not yet been proven in clinical trials.
Intaglio, which is the family of printing and printmaking techniques in which the image is incised into a surface, and the incised line or sunken area holds the ink, was developed after the invention of the printing press.
It stands for "first, outsides, insides, last". It is how to multiply out double brackets such as (x+3)(x-4). First numbers, inside numbers, outside numbers, last numbers.
It is only not needed if you know of another method. If FOIL is the only way you know to multiply two binomials, then it is definitely needed.
Strictly speaking, no. Because the acronym refers only to the First and Last terms. Even the O and I refer to the first and last in each bracket. What you need to do is to multiply each term in the first factor by each term in the second factor. It may be helpful to draw a grid to make sure you'v…e got them all. In the following example, I have numbered, in the grid, the position of each term in the answer - you don't need to do that. A tick in the box is good enough. So (2x + 3y + 4z)*(5w + 6x + 9z) 3 terms * 3 terms so, before simplification, there must be 9 terms. I start with the first term in the first factor and multiply it by each term in the second factor. Then move to the second term in the first factor. The order does not matter, but doing it systematically means that you should not miss out a product. 10wx + 12x 2 + 18xz + 15wy + 18xy + 27yz + 20wz + 24xz + 36z 2 There are two xz terms which can be combined. Grid: 2x 3y 4z 5w 1 4 7 6x 2 5 8 9z 3 6 9 ( Full Answer )
You use it in math, especially in algebra 1. The F.O.I.L method is like the distributive property basically.
No, it isn't. If you think in terms of "research and development", then science is the research piece. Science uncovers concepts and principles. Development happens when engineers and other ridiculously brilliant and talented "science types" take the concepts and principles from science and find way…s to turn them into practical applications or devices. Of course there are important overlaps, but science is primarily a way of knowing and not primarily a way of inventing . ( Full Answer )
There is no one way to learn. If you are blind I suggest you find help with an organization for the blind or contact a college education department. There is a program that trains teachers for the visually impaired and they should be able to help you.
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The Westside Barbell method in powerlifting was first introduced by Louie Simmons. The method incorporates a number of other methods from powerlifting.
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The foil method in algebra is used to "multiply linear binomials."The FOIL method is used in elementary algebra as a guide forsolving algebraic problems.