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Moon Questions? (diagram attached)1. Approximately how many nights during the month would an observer be able to witness a waxing gibbous phase?2. A full moon occurred on December 21st. State the date of the next full Moon in January.3. How many days does it take for the Moon to revolve from position 8 to position 5?4. State two specific motions that affect the daily locations of high and low tides of Earth.5. Explain why no person on Earth would witness a lunar eclipse when the Moon is in position #4.
during which the moon appears more than half but less than fully lit, and is growing
as time goes on. In the picture, it's everything from position-3 to position-5. It's
one fourth of the entire cycle, which is 7.4 days, so you'd see it on 7 or 8 consecutive
(The complete cycle of phases is 29.53 days.)
2). The complete cycle of phases is 29.53 days. Any phase visible on December 21
is visible again on January 19 or January 20.
3). From position-8 to position-5 in the picture is 5/8 of all the way around.
(5/8) of (29.53) = 18.5 days.
4). The locations of high- and low-tides on the Earth are influenced by the position
of the moon and the rotation of the Earth.
5). A lunar eclipse is the result of the moon sailing into the Earth's shadow.
The Earth's shadow is out behind it, opposite to the sun, toward position-5
in the picture, not position-4.
I need conclusion and introduction for an assignment the topic for assignment is 2 modern inventions in the field of computers i have selected robot and smartwatch but i only need intro and conclusion
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the heat, that's very bad for the CPU. (Scientists say the CPU 'fails'. Engineers say
the CPU 'dies'. Users say the CPU 'burns up'.)
If you look at the CPU in your computer, you'll see that it's mounted on a big black
piece of metal with lots of fins and grooves in it, called a "heat sink". There may
also be a little fan blowing air past the heat sink, to help take heat away from it.
The thermal grease carries heat from the CPU to the heat sink faster than if they
were just bolted together with nothing in between them.
ENIAC, the first general purpose computer, only had 20 10-digit accumulators; since a decimal digit is somewhere above 3 bits, you have somewhere above 600 bits, or 75 bytes of memory.
Other machines I don't classify as computers... at all :)
Parallel circuit. On a wire you put the lights and one switch, on the other you put a resistor and another switch. (and the third wire contains the generator)
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He is able to bring new ideas to the table