Transportation, Distribution, and Logistics Statutory Authority: This course is recommended for students in Grades Students shall be awarded one credit for successful completion of this course. This knowledge includes the history, laws and regulations, and common practices used in the transportation industry.
Clock A large variety of devices have been invented to measure time. The study of these devices is called horology . An Egyptian device that dates to c. The T was oriented eastward in the mornings. At noon, the device was turned around so that it could cast its shadow in the evening direction.
The position of the shadow marks the hour in local time. The idea to separate the day into smaller parts is credited to Egyptians because of their sundials, which operated on a duodecimal system. The importance of the number 12 is due the number of lunar cycles in a year and the number of stars used to count the passage of night.
They could be used to measure the hours even at night, but required manual upkeep to replenish the flow of water. The Ancient Greeks and the people from Chaldea southeastern Mesopotamia regularly maintained timekeeping records as an essential part of their astronomical observations. Arab inventors and engineers in particular made improvements on the use of water clocks up to the Middle Ages.
A contemporary quartz watchThe hourglass uses the flow of sand to measure the flow of time. They were used in navigation. Ferdinand Magellan used 18 glasses on each ship for his circumnavigation of the globe Waterclocks, and later, mechanical clocks, were used to mark the events of the abbeys and monasteries of the Middle Ages.
Richard of Wallingford —abbot of St. Alban's abbey, famously built a mechanical clock as an astronomical orrery about The passage of the hours at sea were marked by bells, and denoted the time see ship's bell. The hours were marked by bells in abbeys as well as at sea.
Chip-scale atomic clockssuch as this one unveiled inare expected to greatly improve GPS location. They can be driven by a variety of means, including gravity, springs, and various forms of electrical power, and regulated by a variety of means such as a pendulum.
Alarm clocks first appeared in ancient Greece around BC with a water clock that would set off a whistle. This idea was later mechanized by Levi Hutchins and Seth E.
Initially, the term was used to refer to the marine chronometera timepiece used to determine longitude by means of celestial navigationa precision firstly achieved by John Harrison. More recently, the term has also been applied to the chronometer watcha watch that meets precision standards set by the Swiss agency COSC.
The most accurate timekeeping devices are atomic clockswhich are accurate to seconds in many millions of years,  and are used to calibrate other clocks and timekeeping instruments.
Atomic clocks use the frequency of electronic transitions in certain atoms to measure the second. One of the most common atoms used is caesiummost modern atomic clocks probe caesium with microwaves to determine the frequency of these electron vibrations.
SI defines the second as 9,, cycles of the radiation that corresponds to the transition between two electron spin energy levels of the ground state of the Cs atom. Today, the Global Positioning System in coordination with the Network Time Protocol can be used to synchronize timekeeping systems across the globe.
In medieval philosophical writings, the atom was a unit of time referred to as the smallest possible division of time. It was used in the computusthe process of calculating the date of Easter. As of May [update]the smallest time interval uncertainty in direct measurements is on the order of 12 attoseconds 1.
A minute min is 60 seconds in length, and an hour is 60 minutes in length. A day is 24 hours or 86, seconds in length.
The solar day is the time interval between two successive solar noons, i.The University of the State of New York REGENTS HIGH SCHOOL EXAMINATION GEOMETRY (Common Core) Friday, June 16, — a.m. to p.m., only Student Name: School Name: GEOMETRY DO NOT OPEN THIS EXAMINATION BOOKLET UNTIL THE SIGNAL IS GIVEN.
Each exercise below shows a sequence of rigid motions that map a pre-image onto a final image. Identify each rigid motion in the sequence, writing the composition using function notation.
Describe a sequence of rigid motions to map one figure onto another, examples with step by step solutions, translations, rotations, reflections, Common Core Grade 8, How to precisely describe a set of rigid motions to map one figure onto another. Loading raw configuration files from the deployment root during startup attheheels.com files are mounted and available.
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Rigid motions map segments onto segments of equal length and angles onto angles of equal measure. Lesson Construct and Apply a Sequence of Rigid Motions. Table of Contents 1 Transforming Geometric Objects Pacing: 25 Days Students determine sequences of transformations that map congruent figures to each other.
Standards: 8.G.1, determine the rigid motion or rigid motions used to map from one congruent figure to another.