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Verbs which have -é- in [...] of the infinitive change -é- to -è- in all forms except the nous and vous forms.
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the penultimate syllable

compléter: je complète; tu complètes; il, elle, on complète; nous complétons; vous complétez; ils, elles complètent
The two are pronounced differently:
é[e]café [kafe]
è[ɛ]père [père]


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Verbs which have -é- in the penultimate syllable of the infinitive change -é- to -è- in all forms except the nous and vous forms. compléter : je complète; tu complètes; il, elle, on complète; nous complétons; vous compléte

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Flashcard 2951895190796

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ptg x Booksite An important feature of the book is its relationship to the booksite algs4.cs.princeton.edu. This site is freely available and contains an extensive amount of material about algorithms and data structures, for teachers, students, and practitioners, in- cludin
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ptg x Booksite An impo r tant featu re of the bo ok is it s relat ions hip to the books ite algs4.cs.princeton.edu . T h i s s i t e i s f r e e l y a v a i l a b l e a n d c o n t a i n s a n ex t e n s i ve a m o u nt o f material about algorithms and data structures, for teachers, students, and practitioners, in- cludin


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Flashcard 2951950241036

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The text is summarized in the booksite to give it the same overall struc- ture as the book, but linked so as to provide easy navigation through the material.


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#french #verbs
French has six moods of the verb: infinitive, indicative, imperative, participle, subjunctive, conditional

Iris is important part for seeing clearly

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Flashcard 2960372403468

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French has six moods of the verb: [...]
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infinitive, indicative, imperative, participle, subjunctive, conditional

Iris is an important part for seeing clearly


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French has six moods of the verb: infinitive, indicative, imperative, participle, subjunctive, conditional I ris i s imp ortant part for s eeing c learly

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Article 2960405171468

Partie 1 la croûte continentale
#Géologie

Au début du XX e siècle, Wegener avait postulé que l'altitude moyenne des continents (+100m) et des océans (-4 500m) permettait d'avancer l'idée que ces deux domaines correspondent à des croûtes terrestres différentes : les croûtes continentale et océanique. Voici quelques caractéristiques du domaine continental. La densité de la croûte continentale et la notion d'isostasie Les corhce



Flashcard 2960408055052

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Moyen des altitudes des continents et océans ?
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+100m pour les continents
-4 500m pour les océans


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Flashcard 2960409890060

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#Géologie
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Quelle sont les différentes croûtes terrestres qui existe ?
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La croûte continental et la croûte océanique


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Où et comment les roches de la croûte océanique ce sont formées ?

annoncer le nom de roches provenant des la croûte océanique et leurs caractéristiques.

Quels sont les minéraux présents dans les roches océaniques

Caractéristique de la croûte océanique.

Présenter la densité de la croûte océanique.
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Elle se forment par refroidissment de magma qui proviennent des dorsales.
  • couche de sédiments : plus épaisse si loin de la dorsale
  • Les basaltes = roche volcanique
  • ​​​​​​​Les gabbros = roche plutonique​​​​​​​
Composition de minéraux:
En majorité
Plagioclases
Pyroxènes
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La croûte océanique:
  • ​​​​​​​est de 5 à 6 km d'épaisseur
  • repose sur le manteau supérieur : formé de roches grenues = péridotites

​​​​​​​d = 2,9


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Flashcard 2960415395084

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Les roches de la croûte contienent sont-elles nombreuses sur la croûte contientale ?

Annoncer le noms des roches que l'on y trouve et leurs caractéristiques.

donner la densité de la croûte continentale.
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effectivement, le roches visibles en surface sont des roches de types :
  • magmatiques
  • sédimentaires
  • métamorphiques
  • composition divers
Essentiellement du granite :
  • roche magmatique plutonique
  • entièrement cristallisée
  • texture grenue
Composition des minéraux :
en majoritééventuellement
feldspathsmicas
quartzamphiboles

d = 2,7


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Flashcard 2960418016524

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#Géologie
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Qu'est ce que la lithosphère ?

Sur quoi repose la lithosphère ?

Donner les épaisseurs de la lithosphère contientale et océanique.

de quoi est constitués le manteau lithosphérique ?

le manteau est t-il de la même nature que les lithosphères océanique et continentale ?
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la lithosphère est formée d'une croûte et du manteau lithosphérique (partie sup du manteau).

Sur l'asthénosphère.
lithosphère continentalelithosphère océanique
120 à 150 km (en moyenne)60 à 100 km
dans les bassins océaniques profonds

Le manteau est constitué de :
  • péridotite = roche verdatre,sombre et entièrement cristallisée​​​​​​​
    • minéraux : formée essentiellement d'olivine et de pyroxène
Oui il est de même nature.


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#supermemo

Most of all, the best approach is to try incremental reading. With a regular inflow of new material and lots of extra reading, your subjective feelings about progress will be much more positive.

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Failing to see the big picture - SuperMemopedia
ring feelings, you need to measure actual progress. Advanced English 2014 could also be intermingled with your general knowledge collection (if you have one). Doing just English at some point is bound to feel like a low productivity effort. <span>Most of all, the best approach is to try incremental reading. With a regular inflow of new material and lots of extra reading, your subjective feelings about progress will be much more positive. Follow-up Question What does this statement mean? Classical SuperMemo is notorious for giving you false feedback. Is this referring to use of older versions, or to




Flashcard 2960464416012

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Experiencing [...] will make your subjective feelings about progress much more positive
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novelty

Thus the importance of incremental learning


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Most of all, the best approach is to try incremental reading. With a regular inflow of new material and lots of extra reading, your subjective feelings about progress will be much more positive.

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Failing to see the big picture - SuperMemopedia
ring feelings, you need to measure actual progress. Advanced English 2014 could also be intermingled with your general knowledge collection (if you have one). Doing just English at some point is bound to feel like a low productivity effort. <span>Most of all, the best approach is to try incremental reading. With a regular inflow of new material and lots of extra reading, your subjective feelings about progress will be much more positive. Follow-up Question What does this statement mean? Classical SuperMemo is notorious for giving you false feedback. Is this referring to use of older versions, or to







#supermemo
In other words, the brain is great at detecting novelty and finding joy in learning. It is much worse in estimating the durability of knowledge.

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than your statistics actually show. It is the opposite to book reading. With a good book, you usually feel like you learned a lot. Naturally, a year later, you will remember little of the book. By that time, you will be enjoying another book. <span>In other words, the brain is great at detecting novelty and finding joy in learning. It is much worse in estimating the durability of knowledge. In SuperMemo, we learn things we are likely to forget due to insufficiently frequent use. This goes against the conditions the brain would meet in African savannah. Today we want to do




Flashcard 2960468348172

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the brain is great at detecting novelty and finding joy in learning, but much worse in estimating the [...].
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durability of knowledge


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In other words, the brain is great at detecting novelty and finding joy in learning. It is much worse in estimating the durability of knowledge.

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Failing to see the big picture - SuperMemopedia
than your statistics actually show. It is the opposite to book reading. With a good book, you usually feel like you learned a lot. Naturally, a year later, you will remember little of the book. By that time, you will be enjoying another book. <span>In other words, the brain is great at detecting novelty and finding joy in learning. It is much worse in estimating the durability of knowledge. In SuperMemo, we learn things we are likely to forget due to insufficiently frequent use. This goes against the conditions the brain would meet in African savannah. Today we want to do







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#Limites #de #fonction

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Limite finie à l’infini

Définition 1 :
Dire qu’une fonction f a [...] , signifie que [...] , contient [...] - c’est à dire pour les x d’un intervalle [...] . On note alors : [...]
La droite ∆ d’équation [...] est dite [...] à Cf
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Définition 1 :
Dire qu’une fonction f a pour limite ℓ en +∞, signifie que tout intervalle ouvert contenant ℓ, contient toutes les valeurs de f (x) pour x assez grand - c’est à dire pour
La droite ∆ d’équation y = ℓ est dite asymptote horizontale à C f


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Limite infinie à l’infini
Définition 2 :
Dire qu’une fonction f a [...] , signifie que [...] contient [...] - c’est à dire pour les x d’un intervalle [...] . On note alors : [...]
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Définition 2 :
Dire qu’une fonction f a pour limite +∞ en +∞, signifie que tout intervalle ]M; +∞| contient toutes les valeurs de f (x) pour x assez grand - c’est à dire pour les x d’un intervalle ]A; +∞[. On note alors : \(\lim_{x \to \infty} f (x) = +∞\)


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Limite infinie en un point
Définition 3 :
Dire qu’une fonction f a [...] , signifie que [...] contient [...] - c’est à dire pour les x [...] . On note alors : [...]
La droite ∆ d’équation [...] est dite [...] à Cf
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Définition 3 :
Dire qu’une fonction f a pour limite +∞ en a, signifie que tout intervalle ]M; +∞| contient toutes les valeurs de f (x) pour x assez proche de a - c’est à dire pour les x d’un intervalle ouvert contenant a. On note alors : \(\lim_{x \to a}f(x) = +\infty\)
La droite ∆ d’équation x = a est dite asymptote verticale à C f


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Flashcard 2960600206604

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Limite d’ une fonction composée
Théorème 1 :
Soit deux fonctions f , g. Soient a, b et c des réels ou +∞ ou −∞. Si [...] et [...] alors [...]
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Théorème 1 :
Soit deux fonctions f , g. Soient a, b et c des réels ou +∞ ou −∞. Si \(\lim_{x \to a}f(x) = b\) et \(\lim_{x \to b} g(x)=c\) alors \(\lim_{x\to a} g[f(x)]=c\)


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Flashcard 2960602565900

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Théorème 2 :
Limites fonctions et suites
Soit une suite \((U_n)\) définie par : [...] .
\(f\) est alors la fonction réelle associée à la suite \((U_n)\). Soit \(a \) un réel ou \(+\infty\) ou \(-\infty\) Si [...] alors [...]
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Théorème 2 :
Limites fonctions et suites

Soit une suite \((U_n)\) définie par : \(U_n=f(n)\).
\(f\) est alors la fonction réelle associée à la suite \((U_n)\). Soit \(a \) un réel ou \(+\infty\) ou \(-\infty\) Si \(\lim_{x \to \infty}f(x)=a\) alors \(\lim_{n \to +\infty} U_n = a\)


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Flashcard 2960605449484

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Théorèmes de comparaison

Théorème 3 : \(f , g,\) et \(h\) sont trois fonctions définies sur l’intervalle [...]

1) Théorème des « Gendarmes »
Si pour [...] , on a : [...] et si :
[...] alors [...]

2) Théorème de comparaison
Si pour [...] on a : [...] et si :
[...] alors [...]
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Théorèmes de comparaison

Théorème 3 : \(f , g,\) et \(h\) sont trois fonctions définies sur l’intervalle \( I =]b; +∞[\) et ℓ un réel.

1) Théorème des « Gendarmes »
Si pour tout \( x ∈ I\), on a : \(g(x) \leq f (x) \leq h(x)\) et si :
\(\lim _{x→+∞} g(x) = \lim_{x→+∞} h(x) = ℓ\) alors \(\lim_{x→+∞} f (x) = ℓ \)

2) Théorème de comparaison
Si pour tout \(x ∈ I\) on a : \(f (x) \geq g(x)\) et si :
\(\lim_{x→+∞}g(x) = +∞\) alors \(lim_{x→+∞} f (x) = +∞\)


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