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A line object is a special edge object because it is straight whereas a edge object can be curved (see objects circle , ellipse , and arc )

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o build circle : New entity Basic Circle The circle object will create a curved edge object that closes on itself. So it has only one object vertex (but which is not the center!)

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The Bezier curve ( ): is a edge curved object defined by its control points (Beziers polynomials). The set constitutes a (single) object edge curve (which can constitute an open or closed curve). This object contains two vertex objects and one edge object for the open case and one vertex object for the closed case. It can also be defined by a parametric parametric equation with three parameters. Since this curve is not interpolating, it does not pass through all vertex objects but only by the first and the last

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extruding a wire will create an object of type shell extruding a face will create an object of type solid

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n Salome, an object block is a geometric entity that will allow to mesh with rectangles or hexahedrons.

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Fusing and cutting can only be done between objects of the same topolgical dimension

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The operation makes the partition by creating a compound object

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Inspection Normal to a Face to get the normal to a face object

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For dimensioning objects, you can change the display properties (units, size and font color) in the File Preferences menu.

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It is a good reflex to use Inspection Check Shape before performing complex topological operations.

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The notion of publish: the objects displayed in the tree are published objects. They can be unpublished without removing them to lighten the tree

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An unpublished object is not deleted but simply disappears from the object browser

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When creating complex objects, you can ask Salome to display a dependency tree of these objects with Show Dependency tree in the context menu attached to the object in the tree

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here is a more global utility to clean up a study of its objects, either by deleting them or by unpublishing them. This utility is activated by the contextual menu on an object, by selecting Reduce study

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Difference between compound and fusing

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Coulomb’s law is only applicable for


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It may be useful to modify the order of creation of the sub-meshes for example when there are geometrical entities common to each other. For this purpose Mesh Change sub-mesh priority is used.

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There are duplicate nodes between plate and beam. You can "glued" plate and beam in code aster with command LIAISON ELEM but only if the plate used quadratic elements. If you merge duplicate nodes, the rotational degree of freedom from beam must been clamped

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A nominal measurement scale satisfies the condition of [...]
An ordinal scale satisfies [...]
An interval scale satisfies [...]
A ratio scale satisfies [...]
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1. Identity : each value has a unique meaning.
2. Identity AND magnitude : values can be ordered from smaller to larger
3. Identity, magnitude AND equal intervals : difference between 3 and 4 is the same than the difference between 19 and 20 for example
4. Identity, magnitude, equal intervals AND minimum of zero : example : Weight cannot be below zero.


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How to find Pearson’s correlation for a population? For a sample?
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Using \(\sum {xy} \over {\sqrt {\sum x^2 \times \sum y^2}}\) for a population and \(r={1\over n-1} \times \sum ({(x_i -\hat{x})\over s_x}\times{(y_i -\hat{y})\over s_y})\) for a sample


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1X802.1X
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[default - edit me]


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How to Find a Linear Regression Equation?
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The linear equation formula is
y'=a+bx

Here :
a = y - b * x
and
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According to Aristotle in On the Heavens, the heavenly bodies are the most perfect realities, (or "substances"), whose motions are ruled by principles other than those of bodies in the sublunary sphere

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is astronomical theory and his ideas on the concrete workings of the terrestrial world. It should not be confused with the spurious work On the Universe (De mundo, also known as On the Cosmos). <span>According to Aristotle in On the Heavens, the heavenly bodies are the most perfect realities, (or "substances"), whose motions are ruled by principles other than those of bodies in the sublunary sphere. The latter are composed of one or all of the four classical elements (earth, water, air, fire) and are perishable; but the matter of which the heavens are made is imperishable aether,




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According to [...] in [...] , the heavenly bodies are the most perfect realities, (or "substances"), whose motions are ruled by principles other than those of bodies in the sublunary sphere
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Aristotle
On the Heavens


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is astronomical theory and his ideas on the concrete workings of the terrestrial world. It should not be confused with the spurious work On the Universe (De mundo, also known as On the Cosmos). <span>According to Aristotle in On the Heavens, the heavenly bodies are the most perfect realities, (or "substances"), whose motions are ruled by principles other than those of bodies in the sublunary sphere. The latter are composed of one or all of the four classical elements (earth, water, air, fire) and are perishable; but the matter of which the heavens are made is imperishable aether,







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substances
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is astronomical theory and his ideas on the concrete workings of the terrestrial world. It should not be confused with the spurious work On the Universe (De mundo, also known as On the Cosmos). <span>According to Aristotle in On the Heavens, the heavenly bodies are the most perfect realities, (or "substances"), whose motions are ruled by principles other than those of bodies in the sublunary sphere. The latter are composed of one or all of the four classical elements (earth, water, air, fire) and are perishable; but the matter of which the heavens are made is imperishable aether,







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Aristotle seems to regard celestial bodies as living beings with a rational soul as their form

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hich, unlike the earthly up-and down-ward locomotions, can last eternally selfsame. As substances, celestial bodies have matter (aether) and form (a given period of uniform rotation). Sometimes <span>Aristotle seems to regard them as living beings with a rational soul as their form[1] (see also Metaphysics, bk. XII). This work is significant as one of the defining pillars of the Aristotelian worldview, a school of philosophy that dominated intellectual thinking fo




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hich, unlike the earthly up-and down-ward locomotions, can last eternally selfsame. As substances, celestial bodies have matter (aether) and form (a given period of uniform rotation). Sometimes <span>Aristotle seems to regard them as living beings with a rational soul as their form[1] (see also Metaphysics, bk. XII). This work is significant as one of the defining pillars of the Aristotelian worldview, a school of philosophy that dominated intellectual thinking fo







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Aristotelian philosophy and cosmology was influential in the Islamic world, where his ideas were taken up by the Falsafa school of philosophy

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s derived. Contents 1 Historical connections 2 Translations 2.1 English 2.2 French 2.3 German 2.4 Italian 3 See also 4 References 5 Further reading 6 External links Historical connections[edit] <span>Aristotelian philosophy and cosmology was influential in the Islamic world, where his ideas were taken up by the Falsafa school of philosophy throughout the later half of the first millennia AD. Of these, philosophers Averroes and Avicenna are especially notable. Averroes in particular wrote extensively about On The Heavens,




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Aristotelian philosophy and cosmology was influential in the Islamic world, where his ideas were taken up by the [...] school of philosophy
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Falsafa (uma indicação para parte filosófica islâmica de matematica, lógica e física)


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s derived. Contents 1 Historical connections 2 Translations 2.1 English 2.2 French 2.3 German 2.4 Italian 3 See also 4 References 5 Further reading 6 External links Historical connections[edit] <span>Aristotelian philosophy and cosmology was influential in the Islamic world, where his ideas were taken up by the Falsafa school of philosophy throughout the later half of the first millennia AD. Of these, philosophers Averroes and Avicenna are especially notable. Averroes in particular wrote extensively about On The Heavens,







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Aristotle argues that the cosmos and its heavenly bodies are in perpetual motion and always has been

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y tanned, and is actually in the process of this potentiality. So, motion is the actuality of the potentiality of a being, in the very way that it is a potentiality. In Book 8.1 of the Physics, <span>Aristotle argues that the cosmos and its heavenly bodies are in perpetual motion and always has been. There could not have been a time with no motion, whatever is moved is moved by itself or by another. Rest is simply a privation of motion. Thus, if there were a time without motion, th




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Aristotle argues that the cosmos and its heavenly bodies are in perpetual [...] and always has been
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y tanned, and is actually in the process of this potentiality. So, motion is the actuality of the potentiality of a being, in the very way that it is a potentiality. In Book 8.1 of the Physics, <span>Aristotle argues that the cosmos and its heavenly bodies are in perpetual motion and always has been. There could not have been a time with no motion, whatever is moved is moved by itself or by another. Rest is simply a privation of motion. Thus, if there were a time without motion, th







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Anaximander (pré-socrático) speculated and argued about "the Boundless" as the origin of all that is.

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t Encyclopedia of Philosophy Internet Encyclopedia of Philosophy Search Primary Menu Skip to content A B C D E F G H I J K L M N O P Q R S T U V W X Y Z × search Anaximander (c. 610—546 B.C.E.) <span>Anaximander was the author of the first surviving lines of Western philosophy. He speculated and argued about "the Boundless" as the origin of all that is. He also worked on the fields of what we now call geography and biology. Moreover, Anaximander was the first speculative astronomer. He originated the world-picture of the open universe,




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Anaximander (pré-socrático) speculated and argued about "the [...]" as the origin of all that is.
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t Encyclopedia of Philosophy Internet Encyclopedia of Philosophy Search Primary Menu Skip to content A B C D E F G H I J K L M N O P Q R S T U V W X Y Z × search Anaximander (c. 610—546 B.C.E.) <span>Anaximander was the author of the first surviving lines of Western philosophy. He speculated and argued about "the Boundless" as the origin of all that is. He also worked on the fields of what we now call geography and biology. Moreover, Anaximander was the first speculative astronomer. He originated the world-picture of the open universe,







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t Encyclopedia of Philosophy Internet Encyclopedia of Philosophy Search Primary Menu Skip to content A B C D E F G H I J K L M N O P Q R S T U V W X Y Z × search Anaximander (c. 610—546 B.C.E.) <span>Anaximander was the author of the first surviving lines of Western philosophy. He speculated and argued about "the Boundless" as the origin of all that is. He also worked on the fields of what we now call geography and biology. Moreover, Anaximander was the first speculative astronomer. He originated the world-picture of the open universe,