Let's make a homework help thread!:

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201 Madrugada14th Dec 2009 08:29:37 PM , Relationship Status: In season
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I wish I could help. But I can't. What I know about coding you could write on the inside of a matchbook. With a marker. And still read it.

edited 14th Dec '09 8:29:52 PM by Madrugada

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202 zeroplusalpha14th Dec 2009 08:32:52 PM from behind the 7th Door
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But you're a mod here...don't you need computer chops for that?
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Forum moderation doesn't need much more computer chops than using the forum in the first place.
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204 Madrugada14th Dec 2009 09:08:58 PM , Relationship Status: In season
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Nope. Keyboard chops, and reading chops, and a complete disdain for whether people like me or not, but no coding skills. Janitor and Eddie make widgets and I use 'em.
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205 Galeros14th Dec 2009 10:14:57 PM from A Dining Room
Anyone got any tips for studying for Spanish? I am terrible at verb conjugation.
206 blackcat15th Dec 2009 07:56:05 AM , Relationship Status: A cockroach, nothing can kill it.
If you are talking about memorizing the verbs, sing them.
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I think Galeros means the verb forms. -o -s -t -mus -tis -nt stuff, I think.
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208 blackcat15th Dec 2009 08:35:28 AM , Relationship Status: A cockroach, nothing can kill it.
Can't help there.
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209 Wicked22317th Dec 2009 06:02:59 PM from Death Star in the forest
Crosspost from Troper Updates:

Name of chapter: "Mongol Eurasia and Its Aftermath"

Questions:
  1. What accounts for the magnitude and speed of the Mongol conquests?
  2. What benefits resulted from the integration if Eurasia in the Mongol Empire?
  3. How did the effect of Mongol rule on Russia and the lands of Islam differ from its effect on East Asia?
  4. In what ways did the Ming Empire continue or discontinue Mongol practices?

edited 17th Dec '09 6:03:12 PM by Wicked223

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210 Kinkajou17th Dec 2009 06:06:11 PM from you're not your
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I can answer 1 pretty well.

Unlike Western armies, relying on power over speed, the Mongol armies were a fast, organized lot, grouped into groups of a thousand men each.

You could say that they did the Blitzkrieg first.
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211 Elmer3691917th Dec 2009 06:07:46 PM from Your Wildest Dreams
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3) By staying nomadic they didn't deal directly with the Russians even though they had invaded and were in control. With the Islamic countries they were tolerant of there religion even going as far as to convert from Shamanism to Islam.

Hope this helps Wicked.
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212 Kinkajou17th Dec 2009 06:10:49 PM from you're not your
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And to add to number 3...

The proximity of East Asia to the Mongol homelands meant that after Genghis Khan's death, the area over which they had the most control of was China, thus founding Kublai Khan's Yuan dynasty.
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213 Mapi12th Jan 2010 04:10:47 AM from Sakurakou Keionbu
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Need some verification of Maxwell's first Law of Electromagnetics:

D where D = €o E in free space as written in cartesian coordinates is ∂/∂x(Dx) + ∂/∂y(Dy) + ∂/∂z(Dz), is equal to ρv

That means then that by Gauss' Law:

s D∙dS = Q = ∫volDdv = ∫vol ρvdv

Does the above relation hold true for all cases, including different coordinate systems (i.e. cylindrical and spherical), because admittedly, I haven't quite got the hang of deriving the divergence of functions in cylindrical and spherical coordinate systems.

edited 12th Jan '10 4:41:31 AM by Mapi

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I think that says that the charge in a volume is the integral of the charge density in a volume, which is obvious. As someone who is basically a pure mathematician, I'm not sure, but that's what it sounds like.
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215 Mason12th Jan 2010 07:45:55 AM from Western Australia , Relationship Status: Longing for Dulcinea
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@ Kinkajou: I think Cao Cao did Blitrzkrieg before Ghengis Khan, I remember something about crossing a ridiculous distance in a couple of days just to attack an unprepared city...

But as for the rest of this, I think I am way out of my depth in the education department...
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I just need some clarification for this assignment here.

1. Take the Sensory Modality Preference Inventory. (See the included example) http://www.brookhavencollege.edu/learningstyle/modality_test.html

Print a copy and save as a word document. Are you up for a challenge? See how creative you are in your research in finding an additional inventory to send.

2. Explore/research (Internet & books) different Modality Preferences.

3. Using the Landmark Note-Taking style summarize the information.

I've got number one finished, but I don't really understand what Landmark Note-Taking Style is. I've been looking around on Google for a while.

edited 12th Jan '10 8:47:29 PM by AXavierB

217 blackcat12th Jan 2010 09:04:17 PM , Relationship Status: A cockroach, nothing can kill it.
[1] Looks to me like the style is about splitting a piece of paper in half and making a list comparing two sides to an issue. Soooo, you take your primary learning style and your secondary learning style and make a list of how to incorporate the two methods.

I could also be totally full of shit.
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^Sure, Why Not?? I'll use the template from that site.
219 Mapi12th Jan 2010 10:07:42 PM from Sakurakou Keionbu
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@William: What I mean to say is, how can I show that the relationships also hold true in cylindrical and spherical coordinate systems? Or something like that.
220 Mapi23rd Jan 2010 10:06:47 PM from Sakurakou Keionbu
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BUMP: In process, how different is a Laplace transform from a Fourier transform?
221 Tzetze23rd Jan 2010 10:10:14 PM from a converted church in Venice, Italy
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The Laplace transform is related to the Fourier transform, but whereas the Fourier transform resolves a function or signal into its modes of vibration, the Laplace transform resolves a function into its moments.

yay I"m unhelpful

edited 23rd Jan '10 10:10:23 PM by Tzetze

222 zzzdragon23rd Jan 2010 10:14:41 PM from The Duchy of Riksent , Relationship Status: And they all lived happily ever after <3
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Mathematically, I think they are both Integral transforms with different kernals, IIRC. Don't know the details though.

edited 23rd Jan '10 10:15:26 PM by zzzdragon

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223 Mapi23rd Jan 2010 10:29:52 PM from Sakurakou Keionbu
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We're taking up Fourier next week and tomorrow's exam is on Laplace, So Yeah... We're going to end up playing with Octave in lab; since the new exercise is Fourier transforms.
224 Deboss23rd Jan 2010 11:23:51 PM from Awesomeville Texas
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I know they're related, let's see what The Other Wiki says since I can't find the summary in my NCEES equation book.

The Laplace transform is related to the Fourier transform, but whereas the Fourier transform resolves a function or signal into its modes of vibration, the Laplace transform resolves a function into its moments.

edited 23rd Jan '10 11:28:06 PM by Deboss

225 Mapi23rd Jan 2010 11:30:59 PM from Sakurakou Keionbu
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Tzetze has quoted that but I want to know how different they are in process, i.e. solving them. For Laplace we can do it by definition and perform the integral OR derive/memorize the table of Laplace transforms due to the one-to-one rule.

Does this apply to Fourier?

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