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Discorra sobre a viscosidade de um fluido.

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Introduce the concept of directional derivative, giving a visual interpretation.
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Discorra como são calculadas as tarifas de energia elétrica.
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Discuss about directional derivative according to the book Two and Three Dimensional Calculus.

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 The single transferable vote (STV) is a voting system designed to achieve or closely approach proportional representation through the use of multiple-member constituencies and each voter casting a single ballot on which candidates are ranked. The preferential (ranked) balloting allows transfer of votes to produce proportionality, to form consensus behind select candidates and to avoid the waste of votes prevalent under other voting systems.[1] Another name for STV is multi-winner ranked-choice voting.[2]

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voting Random selection (sortition, random ballot) Comparison of electoral systems Social choice theory Arrow's theorem Gibbard–Satterthwaite theorem Public choice theory Politics portal v t e <span>The single transferable vote (STV) is a voting system designed to achieve or closely approach proportional representation through the use of multiple-member constituencies and each voter casting a single ballot on which candidates are ranked. The preferential (ranked) balloting allows transfer of votes to produce proportionality, to form consensus behind select candidates and to avoid the waste of votes prevalent under other voting systems.[1] Another name for STV is multi-winner ranked-choice voting.[2] Under STV, each elector (voter) casts a single vote in a district election that elects multiple winners. Each elector marks their ballot for the most preferred candidate and also marks

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 Each elector marks their ballot for the most preferred candidate and also marks back-up preferences. A vote goes to the voter's first preference if possible, but if the first preference is eliminated, instead of being thrown away, the vote is transferred to a back-up preference, with the vote being assigned to the voter's second, third, or lower choice if possible (or under some systems being apportioned fractionally to different candidates).

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r other voting systems.[1] Another name for STV is multi-winner ranked-choice voting.[2] Under STV, each elector (voter) casts a single vote in a district election that elects multiple winners. <span>Each elector marks their ballot for the most preferred candidate and also marks back-up preferences. A vote goes to the voter's first preference if possible, but if the first preference is eliminated, instead of being thrown away, the vote is transferred to a back-up preference, with the vote being assigned to the voter's second, third, or lower choice if possible (or under some systems being apportioned fractionally to different candidates). Where there are more candidates than seats, the least popular is eliminated and their votes transferred based on voters' marked back-up preferences. In some systems surplus votes not ne

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 Under STV, district elections grow more proportionally representative in direct relation to increase in the number of seats to be elected in a constituency – the more seats, the more the distribution of the seats in a district will be proportional. For example, in a three-seat STV election using the Hare Quota of $${\displaystyle ({\rm {\mbox{valid votes cast}}})/({\rm {\mbox{seats to fill}}})}$$, a candidate or party needs 33 percent of the votes to win a seat. In a seven-seat STV district, any candidate who can get the support of approximately 14 percent of the vote (either first preferences alone or a combination of first preferences and lower-ranked preferences transferred from other candidates) will win a seat.

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can take all the seats in a district. The key to STV's achievement of proportionality is that each elector (voter) only casts one single vote, in a district election electing multiple winners. <span>Under STV, district elections grow more proportionally representative in direct relation to increase in the number of seats to be elected in a constituency – the more seats, the more the distribution of the seats in a district will be proportional. For example, in a three-seat STV election using the Hare Quota of ( valid votes cast ) / ( seats to fill ) {\displaystyle ({\rm {\mbox{valid votes cast}}})/({\rm {\mbox{seats to fill}}})} , a candidate or party needs 33 percent of the votes to win a seat. In a seven-seat STV district, any candidate who can get the support of approximately 14 percent of the vote (either first preferences alone or a combination of first preferences and lower-ranked preferences transferred from other candidates) will win a seat. Instant runoff voting (IRV) is the single-winner analogue of STV. It is also called single-winner ranked-choice voting. Its goal is representation of a majority of the voters in a distr

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 STV also provides approximately proportional representation, ensuring that substantial minority factions have some representation. No one party or voting block can take all the seats in a district. The key to STV's achievement of proportionality is that each elector (voter) only casts one single vote, in a district election electing multiple winners.

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e those cast for unsuccessful candidates and for successful candidates over and above those needed to secure a seat. STV avoids this waste by transferring a vote to another preferred candidate. <span>STV also provides approximately proportional representation, ensuring that substantial minority factions have some representation. No one party or voting block can take all the seats in a district. The key to STV's achievement of proportionality is that each elector (voter) only casts one single vote, in a district election electing multiple winners. Under STV, district elections grow more proportionally representative in direct relation to increase in the number of seats to be elected in a constituency – the more seats, the more th

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 Where there are more candidates than seats, the least popular is eliminated and their votes transferred based on voters' marked back-up preferences.

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d to a back-up preference, with the vote being assigned to the voter's second, third, or lower choice if possible (or under some systems being apportioned fractionally to different candidates). <span>Where there are more candidates than seats, the least popular is eliminated and their votes transferred based on voters' marked back-up preferences. In some systems surplus votes not needed by successful candidates are transferred proportionally, as described below. Elections and/or eliminations, and vote transfers where applicable,

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 STV enables voters to vote across party lines, to choose the most preferred of a party's candidates and vote for independent candidates, knowing that if the candidate is not elected their vote will likely not be wasted.

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d or eliminated, surplus or discarded votes that would otherwise be wasted are transferred to other candidates in order or preferences, forming consensus groups that elect surviving candidates. <span>STV enables voters to vote across party lines, to choose the most preferred of a party's candidates and vote for independent candidates, knowing that if the candidate is not elected their vote will likely not be wasted. Mixed member PR (MMP), also called the additional member system (AMS), is a two-tier mixed electoral system, combining local non-proportional plurality/majoritarian elections and a comp

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 During the count, as candidates are elected or eliminated, surplus or discarded votes that would otherwise be wasted are transferred to other candidates

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o indicate preferences for individual candidates during the elections. With Single transferable vote, voters can rank individual candidates, rather than just vote for a single "best" candidate. <span>During the count, as candidates are elected or eliminated, surplus or discarded votes that would otherwise be wasted are transferred to other candidates in order or preferences, forming consensus groups that elect surviving candidates. STV enables voters to vote across party lines, to choose the most preferred of a party's candidates an

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 Proportional representation (PR) characterizes electoral systems in which divisions in an electorate are reflected proportionately in the elected body.[1] The concept applies mainly to geographical, and to ideological partitioning of the electorate

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voting Random selection (sortition, random ballot) Comparison of electoral systems Social choice theory Arrow's theorem Gibbard–Satterthwaite theorem Public choice theory Politics portal v t e <span>Proportional representation (PR) characterizes electoral systems in which divisions in an electorate are reflected proportionately in the elected body.[1] The concept applies mainly to geographical, and to ideological partitioning of the electorate. For instance at the European parliament each member state has a number of seats that is (roughly) proportional to its population (an instance of geographical representation). The same

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O que é um sabão complexo?
- Graxas à base de sabão Complexo:

Sabão complexo é aquele, em que a fibra do sabão é formada pela cristalização de um sabão normal (Cálcio, Sódio, Alumínio ou Lítio) e um agente complexo, como: ácido acético, lático, etc.

Esse tipo de graxa apresenta como característica principal um elevado ponto de gota.

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LUBRIFICAÇÃO - GRAXAS - Casa dos Lubrificantes -
anual da impressora offset GTO do laboratório. Possuem grande estabilidade mecânica e alto ponto de gota, sendo de fácil aplicação por meio de pistolas e sistemas centralizados de lubrificação; <span>- Graxas à base de sabão Complexo: Sabão complexo é aquele, em que a fibra do sabão é formada pela cristalização de um sabão normal (Cálcio, Sódio, Alumínio ou Lítio) e um agente complexo, como: ácido acético, lático, etc. Esse tipo de graxa apresenta como característica principal um elevado ponto de gota. Principais características das graxas: - Consistência; - Ponto de gota; - Bombeamento; Consistência: É a resistência oferecida por uma graxa à sua penetração. É determinada pelo método

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Introduce the concepts of acid and base.
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Discuss about the gradient according to the book Theoretical Physics.

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Define the probability mass function and enumerate its properties.
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