Let your thoughts be T......Let your determination be D.....Let your actions be A and let your goals be G.
If you stay your mind on positivity and good things, your probability of having good thoughts is 1. Then, f(T) = D.
i.e, when you have good thoughts, you begin to have set goals for yourself and good plans for your life. You understand that this can only happen if you discipline yourself by giving a solid determination to achieve your goals.
Then, f(D)=A. i.e, when you have solid determinations like that, you are not just sitted waiting for things to happen to you, you stand up well and happen to things. You take positive actions that will further enhance your dream.
Finally, f(A)=G. i.e, the actions you take determines what results you'll achieve. positive actions derives positive results.
We have loved our unit on mass these past 2 weeks. We have had many sessions where we played with balance scales. Today we made our own balance scales with everyday things on them. This one is my absolute favourite #misswsworld#grade2#mass#weight#scales#maths
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What a day! Lots of driving but for all those that school on the road these are some of things we touched on while going about our day with our Miss 11...
📚Times Tables snap to start the day
📚revision on formulas for Percentage calculation, relaxed and on whiteboard
📚passed Australian flag, WA flag and aboriginal flag discussed similarities characteristics
📚Saw siloart at Merredin discussed art, painting, importance of tourism to small towns
📚was a hot day discussed importance of hydration
📚Stopped off at Rabbit Proof fence, read the information boards, discussed how important border control, conservation and how something that seems so little (guy brought only 24 rabbits from UK that then bred and bred) can be the start of a bigger problem
📚Car Karaoke, cause it was just girls in the hilux and thats what you do with girly time!! 🎤🎵🎶🎤🎶🎵
📚Miss B Read a chapter of our current book - Theres a superhero in you
📚bought fuel got a discount for RAC member calculated what the discount was, how to calculate it
📚Did a short bushwalk to the memorial for the truckies killed in bushfires of 2007. Led to discussions about importance of fire safety, australian bush, gorgeous spider we saw
📚free camp tonight has local information boards on animals trees and area
There is an amazing amount of learning that takes place in your every day travel!
Too many legends in a picture.
Some of the world’s most notable physicists participated in the 1927 Solvay Conference on Electrons and Photons. In fact, 17 of the 29 scientists attending were or became Nobel Laureates – none more so than Marie Skłodowska Curie who was awarded the Nobel Prize twice. —
Back row: Auguste Piccard, Émile Henriot, Paul Ehrenfest, Édouard Herzen, Théophile de Donder, Erwin Schrödinger, Jules-Émile Verschaffelt, Wolfgang Pauli, Werner Heisenberg, Ralph Howard Fowler, Léon Brillouin.
Middle row: Peter Debye, Martin Knudsen, William Lawrence Bragg, Hendrik Anthony Kramers, Paul Dirac, Arthur Compton, Louis de Broglie, Max Born, Niels Bohr.
Front row (seated): Irving Langmuir, Max Planck, Marie Skłodowska Curie, Hendrik Lorentz, Albert Einstein, Paul Langevin, Charles-Eugène Guye, Charles Thomson Rees Wilson, Owen Willans Richardson.
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●○La formula preferida del profesor●○ por Ogawa Yoko.
Una historia de amistad, amor y transmisión del saber... mas de un millón de ejemplares vendidos en dos meses, y otro millón en formato de bolsillo, película, cómic y CD. ✖➗En ella se nos cuenta delicadamente la historia de un hombre cuya memoria solo dura 80 minutos, vive solo y aislado. Contratan a una mujer que lo ayude con las tareas diarias y ahi es donde comienza a trabajar como asistenta de este extraño viejo y huraño profesor de matemáticas. 🎎Apasionado por los números, el profesor desarrollo un método a traves de las matematicas para salir de todo tipo de situaciones asi es como también se irá encariñando con la asistenta y su hijo de 10 años, al que bautiza "Root" ("Raíz Cuadrada" en inglés) y con quien comparte la pasión por el béisbol, hasta que se fragua entre ellos una verdadera historia de amor, amistad y transmisión del saber.➖➕ Aunque no haya sido tu asignatura favorita deberias darle una oportunidad 🤔👍 Se despide Belle.
Georg Friedrich Bernhard Riemann (1826-1866)
Riemann was a phenomenal genius whose work was exceptionally deep, creative and rigorous; he made revolutionary contributions in many areas of pure mathematics, and also inspired the development of physics. He had poor physical health and died at an early age, yet is still considered to be among the most productive mathematicians ever. He made revolutionary advances in complex analysis, which he connected to both topology and number theory. He applied topology to analysis, and analysis to number theory, making revolutionary contributions to all three fields. He introduced the Riemann integral which clarified analysis. He developed the theory of manifolds, a term which he invented. Manifolds underpin topology. By imposing metrics on manifolds Riemann invented differential geometry and took non-Euclidean geometry far beyond his predecessors. Riemann's other masterpieces include tensor analysis, the theory of functions, and a key relationship between some differential equation solutions and hypergeometric series. His generalized notions of distance and curvature described new possibilities for the geometry of space itself. Several important theorems and concepts are named after Riemann, e.g. the Riemann-Roch Theorem, a key connection among topology, complex analysis and algebraic geometry. He proved Riemann's Rearrangement Theorem, a strong (and paradoxical) result about conditionally convergent series. He was also first to prove theorems named after others, e.g. Green's Theorem. He was so prolific and original that some of his work went unnoticed (for example, Weierstrass became famous for showing a nowhere-differentiable continuous function; later it was found that Riemann had casually mentioned one in a lecture years earlier). Like his mathematical peers (Gauss, Archimedes, Newton), Riemann was intensely interested in physics. His theory unifying electricity, magnetism and light was supplanted by Maxwell's theory; however modern physics, beginning with Einstein's relativity, relies on Riemann's curvature tensor and other notions of the geometry of space.