Space Flashcards

X-ray Tube Test

The target of an x-ray tube is made of what metal? Tungsten Why is an x-ray tube immersed in oil? Insulation What causes most x-ray failures? excessive heat What types of primary radiation is produced when the x-ray tube boltage is below 70? Bremsstrahlung What type of motor drives the rotating anode? Induction Which part […]

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World Religions (Module 1 & 2)

According to the power point lecture, what is the difference between an ecstatic experience and a religious experience? one transforms your life and the other does not Belief in many gods is called _____. polytheism Pantheism is the belief… that all reality is divine In religious studies, the word myth means… a story that is […]

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Visual Element – Space

Mass is the ________(1)________, where as depth is the ________(2)________. (1) Effect or degree of bulk,density, or weight a 3-dimensional form; (2) apparent distance from front to back in a piece of artwork The art of using and understanding space involves _______________ Varying the size of objects or subjects, so that some are smaller than […]

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theatre 3

the word criticize has at least two meanings, one is to find fault another is to understand and appraise a question that is NOT one of the criteria by which to judge a play and a production is “were the intentions appreciated by the audience” criticism that not only describes what has been done but […]

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The Solar System

The largest planets also have the largest densities False The total mass of all the planets is much less than the mass of the Sun. True Asteroids, meteoroids, and comets are remnants of the early solar system True If we were to construct an accurate scale model of the solar system on a football field […]

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MyITLab-week 2

CPU (central processing unit) processes all commands issued by software instructions RAM (random access memory) stores programs and data the computer is currently using ROM (read only memory) holds instructions needed to start up when the computer is powered on LCD (liquid crystal display) type of technology used on flat-screen monitors QWERTY standard keyboard layout […]

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t f quest

1. To discard an old computer safely, put it in a landfill. F 2. Application software serves as the interface between the user, the system software, and the computer hardware. F 3. Programmers develop programs or write the instructions that direct the computer to process data into information. T 4. The distinction among categories of […]

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ITN 107

Every installed device requires a device driver to control the device. T or F True A 32-bit driver can be used in a 64-bit operating system. T or F False The official standard for USB interfaces is called IEEE 1394. T or F False A KVM switch allows you to use one monitor, mouse, and […]

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CMPH Chapter 10

Windows Disk Cleanup is the utility to use whenever you want to defragment you hard drive. False Windows needs free space on the hard drive for normal operation, for defragmenting the drive, for burning CDs and DVDs, and for a variety of other tasks, so it’s important to delete unneeded files. True Defragmenting is not […]

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flashcards

Term Definition desert an extremely dry area plateau a large,flat,elevated area of land dune a hill of sand oasis an water source in the desert plain a nearly flat area hill a rounded,elevated area of land lake an inland body of water forest an area of densely wooded land river a natural flow of water […]

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Chapters 3-5

T/F: As white light passes through a prism, the red (longer) wavelengths bend less than the blue (shorter) wavelengths, so forming the rainbow of colors. True T/F: Gamma Rays are a type of electromagnetic radiation. True T/F: Radio waves, visible light, and X-rays are all a type of electromagnetic radiation. True The temperature scale that […]

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Astronomy Chapter 8

The age of the solar system can be established by radioactive dating of… The oldest meteorites In essence, the nebular theory holds that: our solar system formed from the collapse of an interstellar cloud of gas and dust Which of the following types of material can condense into what we call ice at low temperatures? […]

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Chapter 3 MyPsychLab

Ventricles Form four hollow interconnected chambers in the brain which are filled with cerebral spinal fluid Lateral ventricles (1st and 2nd ventricles) – largest ventricles, located in the left and right cerebral hemispheres 3rd and 4th ventricles Lie along midline in a vertical orientation. Connected via the cerebral aqueduct Cerebralspinal fluid manufactured by Choroid plexus, […]

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chapter 6

nonverbal communication. All aspects of communication other than the words themselves are known as a) perception. b) verbal dialectics. c) assertiveness. d) nonverbal astuteness. e) nonverbal communication. true Women are more likely than men to use nonverbal behaviors that reveal feelings. True False regulating Liliana raises her hand in class to seek permission to speak. […]

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Chapters 3 & 4

Kepler’s First Law states… that the orbit of each planet is an ellipse with the Sun at one focus Kepler’s Second Law states… that as a planet orbits the Sun, it sweeps out equal areas in equal times Kepler’s Third Law states… that a planet’s orbital period, p, is related to its average (semimajor axis) […]

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Physics: Momentum Chp 7

The momentum of an object is defined as the object’s mass times its velocity Which has more momentum, a large truck moving at 30 miles per hour or a small truck moving at 30 miles per hour? The large truck Compared to a sports car moving at 30 miles per hour, the same sports car […]

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1. Physics Practice Questions – Momentum and Energy- 1-83

a pickup truck speeding along a highway 1. Which of the following has the largest momentum relative to the earth? a. a tightrope walker crossing Niagara Falls b. a pickup truck speeding along a highway c. a Mack truck parked in a parking lot d. the Science building on campus e. a dog running down […]

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Final Part 2

The area that holds all the instructions the computer needs to start up when it is powered on is ________. ROM In databases, a category of data is called a ______ field ________ is the maximum speed at which data can be transferred between two nodes bandwidth ________ is concerned with the design and arrangement […]

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3. Physics Practice Questions Chapter 4

B 1) Which has the greater mass? A) a king-size pillow B) an automobile battery C) neither – both have the same C 2) A kilogram is a measure of an object’s A) weight. B) force. C) mass. D) gravity. E) center of mass. D 3) Compared to a 1-kg block of solid iron, a […]

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Astronomy Chapter 18

Degeneracy pressure is the source of the pressure that stops the crush of gravity in all the following except a very massive main-sequence star. White dwarfs are so called because they are both very hot and very small. A teaspoonful of white dwarf material on Earth would weigh a few tons. Which of the following […]

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Explanation of the Multistep Synthesis of Benzilic Acid Essay

The synthesis of several complex organic compounds follows a multistep synthesis. “Multistep synthesis” refers to the process in which the merchandise of one reaction serves as the get downing stuff in the subsequent reaction. The multistep synthesis of benzilic acid begins with a transition benzaldehyde to benzoin through a condensation reaction. The benjamin so oxidizes […]

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