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In physical terms, the divergence of a three dimensional vector field is the extent to which the vector field flow behaves like a source or a sink at a given point.
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A lady, you made clear to me both by precept and example, never raised her voice or slumped in her chair, never failed in social tact ( in heaven, for instance, would not mention St. John the Baptist's head ), never pouted or withdrew or scandalized in company, never reminded others of her physical presence by unseemly sound or gesture, never indulged in public scenes or private confidences, never spoke of money save in terms of alleviating suffering, never gossiped or maligned, never stressed but always minimized the hopelessness of anything from sin to death itself.
The former is pursued by historians of the physical sciences who have examined the subject in terms of proto-chemistry, medicine, and charlatanism.
Maimonides describes the Olam Haba (" World to Come ") in spiritual terms, relegating the prophesied physical resurrection to the status of a future miracle, unrelated to the afterlife or the Messianic era.
It was also intended so that Americans with disabilities would be kept in the mainstream in terms of scientific and medical research and developments, especially opening future opportunities in Space exploration to them, as well as public policy changes, healthcare law and policy changes, and civil rights protections and public law changes for Americans with physical, mental and cognitive disabilities.
Another way of making the point is that if the Platonic world were to disappear, it would make no difference to the ability of mathematicians to generate proofs, etc., which is already fully accountable in terms of physical processes in their brains.
What it means to take the category physical object seriously as a category of being is to assert that the concept of physical objecthood cannot be reduced to or explicated in any other terms-not, for example, in terms of bundles of properties but only in terms of other items in that category.
For each physical quantity, a number of different units ( some only of historical interest ) are shown and expressed in terms of the corresponding SI unit.
Several terms are commonly used to characterize the general physical and chemical properties of the chemical elements.
Since the dawn of Newtonian science with its vision of simple mechanical principles governing the entire universe, some philosophers have been tempted by the idea that consciousness could be explained in purely physical terms.
In the Lagrangian description the position and physical properties of the particles are described in terms of the material or referential coordinates and time.
It seeks to understand physical systems, using mathematical modeling, in terms of inputs, outputs and various components with different behaviors ; use control systems design tools to develop controllers for those systems ; and implement controllers in physical systems employing available technology.
Some might, for instance, see Christ's death and resurrection in terms not of actual physical reanimation, but in terms of the good news of Jesus ' teaching: that God's children are no longer slaves to the power of death.
The terms ' rapidly ' and ' very small ' call for empirical physical checking of the domain of validity of the above rules.
By treating the extra acceleration terms due to the rotation of the frame as if they were forces, subtracting them from the physical forces, it's possible to treat the second time derivative of position ( relative to the rotating frame ) as absolute acceleration.
Although expressed in terms of coordinates, the result is invariant under orthogonal transformations, as the physical interpretation suggests.
In addition to the academic requirements for graduation, Dartmouth requires every undergraduate to complete a swim and three terms of physical education.
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In light of the physical interpretation, a vector field with constant zero divergence is called incompressible or solenoidal – in this case, no net flow can occur across any closed surface.
Vector fields can usefully be thought of as representing the velocity of a moving flow in space, and this physical intuition leads to notions such as the divergence ( which represents the rate of change of volume of a flow ) and curl ( which represents the rotation of a flow ).
Other technical problems include finding off-shell closure of the constraint algebra and physical inner product vector space, coupling to matter fields of Quantum field theory, fate of the renormalization of the graviton in perturbation theory that lead to ultraviolet divergence beyond 2-loops ( see One-loop Feynman diagram in Feynman diagram ).
A prognostic variable is a variable that a global climate model predicts by integration of a physical equation, typically vorticity, divergence, temperature, surface pressure, and water vapour concentration.
In physics, an infrared divergence or infrared catastrophe is a situation in which an integral, for example a Feynman diagram, diverges because of contributions of objects with very small energy approaching zero, or, equivalently, because of physical phenomena at very long distances.
In physics, an ultraviolet divergence is a situation in which an integral, for example a Feynman diagram, diverges because of contributions of objects with very high energy ( approaching infinity ), or, equivalently, because of physical phenomena at very short distances.
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Ask any group of ballerinas to do ten push-ups or three chin-ups and the results, considering the amount of physical training they have had, will be very disappointing.
The first three of these prizes are awarded for eminence in physical science, in chemistry and in medical science or physiology ; the fourth is for literary work " in an ideal direction " and the fifth prize is to be given to the person or society that renders the greatest service to the cause of international fraternity, in the suppression or reduction of standing armies, or in the establishment or furtherance of peace congresses.
These have been grouped into three domains: physical acoustics, biological acoustics and acoustical engineering.
The Prophet Joseph Smith taught that the Father, the Son, and the Holy Ghost are three separate and distinct entities, with the Father and the Son possessing physical bodies of flesh and bone but the Holy Ghost existing only as a spirit, enabling it to dwell within us.
Problems and Solutions ( Quaestiones ) consists of three books which, although termed " problems and solutions of physical questions ," treat of subjects which are not all physical, and are not all problems.
The no-hair theorem states that, once it achieves a stable condition after formation, a black hole has only three independent physical properties: mass, charge, and angular momentum.
According to the New Testament Jesus was crucified, died a physical death, was buried within a tomb, and rose from the dead three days later.
Cheerleading is a physical activity, sometimes a competitive sport, based on organized routines, usually ranging from one to three minutes, which contain the components of tumbling, dance, jumps, cheers, and stunting to direct spectators of events to cheer on sports teams at games or to participate in competitions.
was conferred upon Brewster by Marischal College, Aberdeen ; in 1815 he was made a member of the Royal Society of London, and received the Copley medal ; in 1818 he received the Rumford Medal of the society ; and in 1816 the French Institute awarded him one-half of the prize of three thousand francs for the two most important discoveries in physical science made in Europe during the two preceding years.
A DBMS minimizes these problems by providing three views of the database data: an external view ( or user view ), logical view ( or conceptual view ) and physical ( or internal ) view.
Diesel's inventions have three points in common: they relate to heat transfer by natural physical processes or laws ; they involve markedly creative mechanical design ; and they were initially motivated by the inventor's concept of sociological needs.
The true purpose behind kindergarten is “ to provide a child-centered, preschool curriculum for three to seven year old children that aimed at unfolding the child ’ s physical, intellectual, and moral nature with balanced emphasis on each of them .”
Aristotle asserted that man had three natures: vegetable ( physical / metabolism ), animal ( emotional / appetite ) and rational ( mental / conceptual ).
The rate of decomposition is governed by three sets of factors — the physical environment ( temperature, moisture and soil properties ), the quantity and quality of the dead material available to decomposers, and the nature of the microbial community itself.
Banks was not greatly tested, but it was hugely encouraging that he emerged from the group with three clean sheets from three games, a trend that continued when England beat a physical Argentina side 1 – 0 in the last eight, with Geoff Hurst scoring with a header.
In the late eighteenth and early nineteenth century Germany, three pioneer physical educators – Johann Friedrich GutsMuths ( 1759 – 1839 ) and Friedrich Ludwig Jahn ( 1778 – 1852 ) – created exercises for boys and young men on apparatus they had designed that ultimately led to what is considered modern gymnastics.
A trade with the White Sox, involving the same three Astros in exchange for Jon Garland, had been nixed a few days earlier when Buchholz reportedly failed a physical.
According to Matthew Paris, the 13th century chronicler of St Albans Abbey, Abbot Ulsinus ( Wulsin ) founded three churches in 948, reputedly to tend to the physical and spiritual needs of the growing number of pilgrims to Alban's shrine: St Peter's, St Stephen's and St Michael's.
Hyperbolae in the physical world: three cones of light of different widths and intensities are generated by a ( roughly ) downwards-pointing halogen lamp and its holder.
It specified three alternative physical layer technologies: diffuse infrared operating at 1 Mbit / s ; frequency-hopping spread spectrum operating at 1 Mbit / s or 2 Mbit / s ; and direct-sequence spread spectrum operating at 1 Mbit / s or 2 Mbit / s.