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Gunakan PETUNJUK A untuk menjawab soal nomor 31 sampai dengan nomor 45! Text 1 The first ancient DNA sequences to be gathered ‐ 3400 base pairs from a 2400‐year‐old Egyptian mummy − were a proof of principle. A full genome sequence would be far more informative − perhaps explaining what killed King Tut, for instance. At present, Inuk's is the only published ancient human genome. However, a team led by Svante Paabo and Ed Green at the Max Planck Institute for Evolutionary Anthropology in 5 Leipzig, Germany, will soon publish the complete genome sequence combined together from several Neanderthals, from between 38,000 and 70,000 years ago. Neanderthals are not the only hominids whose genomes could be sequenced, says Willerslev. Homo erectus, a species that emerged in Africa about 2 million years ago, survived in east Asia until less than 100,000 years ago. If well‐preserved bones can be found, a genome might be possible, Willerslev says. 10 Willerslev's laboratory has just received bones from Spain belonging to Homo heidelbergensis, the predecessor to Neanderthals. "We are basically starting on it right now," he says. If these genomes ever materialize ‐ and that's a big if ‐ they could lead to a better understanding of how different hominid species are related, and when and where they branched off. If the genetic information is good enough, it may tell us something about the nature of past peoples − possibly even what they looked like. Ancient human genomes 15 could give us insights into the evolution of our own species, explaining when genes involved in disease and higher cognitive skills emerged. But DNA is not forever. As it ages, its long strands shred into ever smaller pieces. Eventually they become too small to reassemble, and all information is lost. "There seems to be a time horizon of 100,000 years or so under most preservation conditions during which intact DNA survives," Green says. Stephan 20 Schuster at Pennsylvania State University, who led the woolly mammoth genome project, thinks ancient genomics is already plateauing. Large chunks of Inuk's genome couldn't be filled in because his DNA had crumbled into small pieces. "We will face an uphill battle in trying to apply this to a large number of human remains," he says. 31. With reference to the whole text, the writer mainly deals with the topic on … (A) the use of ancient DNA in anthropology. (B) the past life of the Neanderthals. (C) the role of DNA in fossil studies. (D) DNA research on the Neanderthals. (E) DNA engineering in the Max Planck Institute. 32. The writer is mainly of the opinion that tracing ancient humans’ life using their DNA … (A) is technologically possible through it has natural challenges. (B) promises a new horizon of understanding past illnesses. (C) is a new breakthrough in modern anthropological studies. (D) provides a better picture of old peoples’ DNA structures. ...

Grinding Machines - Tool, Die & Machining Association of Wisconsin

Grinding Machines Module Outcome Summary Information Instructional Area Machine Tool Instructional Level Apprentice Organization WTCS-Wisconsin Technical College System, State Machine Tool Apprenticeship Advisory Committee Development Date 11/07/2001 Course Description This module focuses on the terminology, construction and operations of grinding machines in the metalworking industry. Be aware that in-depth information regarding cutting tools, hardware and hand tools will be addressed in their own modules. Efforts shoud be made to reference information found in other modules in order to assist the apprentice in the application and assimilation of information. Competencies 1. Advocate safe grinding machine practices Conditions and Criteria Competence will be demonstrated: • by defending a friend and fellow machinist who was injured by NOT following safety precautions Criteria - Performance will be satisfactory when: • learner lists at least 10 safety precautions related to grinding machines • learner can cite at least 5 potential hazards related to grinding machines • learner explains the importance of good shop keeping procedures Learning objectives What you will learn as you master the competency: a. List and explain precautions for protection of : eye, ears, hands, fingers, feet b. Identify specific safety violations c. Explain the ways in which clothing can be a source of hazard near a grinding machine d. Describe how you would respond to a potentially unsafe situation or condition e. Explain the possible effects of NOT completing specific shop keeping practices f. Describe shopkeeping practices outlined in the text g. Relate a safety "war" story 2. Analyze machine tool capabilities by type and construction Conditions and Criteria Competence will be demonstrated: • justify the choice of grinding machine for a given operation Criteria - Performance will be satisfactory when: • justification addresses multiple machine components (wheel size, size and style of work area, spindle location etc.) • justification follows a logical sequence • justification incorporates safe work practices Learning objectives What you will learn as you master the competency: a. Identify the major components of a grinding machine b. Identify the major types of grinding machines (internal, surface, cylindrical, tool and cutter, etc) c. Identify various machining operations performed on a grinding machine (slots, profile, taper, etc.) d. Review the safety concerns related to grinding machines e. Recognize the need for following recommended lubrication and maintenance schedules 3. Distinguish properties of abrasives Conditions and Criteria You will demonstrate your competence: • justify the selection of an abrasive for a given operation Your performance will be successful when: • justification incorporates safe grinding practices • justification recognizes efficiency in application • justification recognizes the properties of the abrasive Learning objectives What you will learn as you master the competency: a. Identify natural abrasives b. Identify synthetic abrasives c. Compare the general applications of natural and synthetic abrasives d. Characterize the importance of grain properties in grinding applications 4. Select the grinding wheel Conditions and Criteria You will demonstrate your competence: • justify the selection of a grinding wheel for a given piece part and/or operation Your performance will be successful when: • justification incorporates safe grinding practices • justification recognizes efficiency of application • justification recognizes factors involved in selection (piece part material and hardness, finish requirement, etc.) o justification incorporates information regarding the selection of wheel components Learning objectives What you will learn as you master the competency: a. Review safety concerns specific to grinding wheels b. Review types and styles of grinding wheels c. Recognize factors affecting wheel selection d. Identify the components of a grinding wheel (grit size, bond, grade, structure) e. Explain the purpose of the standard wheel symbol and marking system used in industry f. Review speed and feed applications to a variety of grinding machine applications g. Explain the process of balancing a grinding wheel h. Explain the process of truing a grinding wheel i. Differentiate between truing and dressing a grinding wheel

iPod shuffle Uživatelská příručka - Support - Apple

Regulatory Compliance Information Nové funkce iPodu shuffle Seznámení s iPodem shuffle Používání ovládacích prvků iPodu shuffle Připojení a odpojení iPodu shuffle Informace o baterii iPodu shuffle O aplikaci iTunes Vytvoření knihovny iTunes Uspořádání hudby První připojení iPodu shuffle k počítači Přidávání hudby do iPodu shuffle Přehrávání hudby Použití funkce VoiceOver Zapnutí přehrávání skladeb ve stejné hlasitosti Nastavení limitu hlasitosti Zamknutí a odemknutí tlačítek iPodu shuffle Použití iPodu shuffle jako externího disku Aktualizace a obnova softwaru iPodu shuffle Důležité informace o bezpečnosti Důležité informace o zacházení se zařízením Blahopřejeme vám k zakoupení iPodu shuffle. VAROVÁNÍ: Abyste předešli zranění, před prvním použitím iPodu shuffle si přečtěte text Kapitola 7, Informace o bezpečnosti a zacházení se zařízením, na stránce 28. Chcete-li iPod shuffle začít používat, je třeba nejprve uložit skladby či jiný zvukový obsah do počítače a poté je z něj do iPodu shuffle synchronizovat. Pomocí iPodu shuffle můžete: •• Synchronizovat skladby a seznamy stop pro poslech na cestách •• Poslouchat podcasty nebo rozhlasové pořady stažené z Internetu •• Poslouchat audioknihy zakoupené v obchodě iTunes Store nebo na webu audible.com •• Ukládat a zálohovat soubory a jiná data s použitím iPodu shuffle jako externího disku Nové funkce iPodu shuffle •• Tlačítko funkce VoiceOver, která oznamuje názvy skladeb a jména umělců, umožňuje přepínání seznamů stop a hlásí stav nabití baterie •• Jednoduché a intuitivní ovládací prvky •• Podpora synchronizace Mixů Genius •• Podpora synchronizace sbírek iTunes U •• Podpora limitů hlasitosti stanovených EU 3 Základní informace o iPodu shuffle 2 V této kapitole najdete popis funkcí iPodu shuffle, informace o použití jeho ovládacích prvků a další údaje. Balíček s iPodem shuffle obsahuje kromě iPodu shuffle také sluchátka Apple Earphones a USB kabel pro připojení iPodu shuffle k počítači. Seznámení s iPodem shuffle Stavová kontrolka Sluchátková zdířka Tlačítko VoiceOver Třípolohový přepínač Zvýšení hlasitosti Předchozí/Rychle zpět Další/Rychle vpřed Přehrát/Pozastavit Klips Snížení hlasitosti Použití sluchátek Apple Earphones: mm Připojte sluchátka Apple Earphones ke sluchátkové zdířce na iPodu shuffle a poté si vložte pecky do uší podle obrázku. Kabel peckových sluchátek lze upravit. VAROVÁNÍ: Před použitím iPodu shuffle si v oddílu Důležité informace o bezpečnosti na stránce 28 pozorně přečtěte pokyny a rady, jak předcházet ztrátě sluchu. Další příslušenství, jako sluchátka Apple EarPods s ovladačem a mikrofonem nebo sluchátka Apple In-Ear Headphones s ovladačem a mikrofonem, zakoupíte na adrese www.apple.com/ipodstore). Použití mikrofonu iPod shuffle nepodporuje.

iPod classic User Guide - Support - Apple

Chapter 5:  Adding and Viewing Photos iPod classic at a glance Using iPod classic controls Disabling iPod classic controls Using iPod classic menus Adding or removing items in the main menu Connecting and disconnecting iPod classic About the iPod classic battery About iTunes Setting up your iTunes library Adding more information to your iTunes library Organizing your music Importing video to iTunes Adding music, videos, and other content to iPod classic Connecting iPod classic to a computer for the first time Syncing music automatically Adding videos to iPod classic Adding podcasts to iPod classic Adding iTunes U content to iPod classic Adding audiobooks to iPod classic Adding other content to iPod classic Managing iPod classic manually Playing music and other audio Using Genius on iPod classic Playing podcasts Playing iTunes U content Listening to audiobooks Watching videos on iPod classic Watching videos on a TV connected to iPod classic Importing photos Adding photos from your computer to iPod classic Viewing photos and slideshows Adding photos from iPod classic to a computer... Chapter 6:  More Settings, Extra Features, and Accessories Regulatory Compliance Information Using iPod classic as an external disk Using extra settings Syncing contacts, calendars, and to-do lists Storing and reading notes Recording voice memos Learning about iPod classic accessories General suggestions Updating and restoring iPod software Important safety information Important handling information ... iPod classic Basics 1 Read this chapter to learn about the features of iPod classic, how to use its controls, and more. To use iPod classic, you put music, videos, photos, and other files on your computer and then add them to iPod classic. iPod classic is a music player and much more. Use iPod classic to: •• Sync songs, videos, and digital photos for listening and viewing on the go •• Listen to podcasts, downloadable audio and video shows delivered over the Internet •• View video on iPod classic, or on a TV using an optional cable •• View photos as a slideshow with music on iPod classic, or on a TV using an optional cable •• Listen to audiobooks purchased from the iTunes Store or audible.com •• Store or back up files and other data, using iPod classic as an external disk •• Sync contact, calendar, and to-do list information from your computer •• Play games, store text notes, set an alarm, and more 4 iPod classic at a glance Get to know the controls on iPod classic: Hold switch Headphones port Menu Click Wheel Previous/Rewind Next/Fast-forward Play/Pause Center button Dock connector Using iPod classic controls The controls on iPod classic are easy to find and use. Press any button to turn on iPod classic. The first time you turn on iPod classic, the language menu appears. Use the Click Wheel to scroll to your language, and then press the Center button to choose it. The main menu appears in your language. Use the Click Wheel and Center button to navigate through onscreen menus, play songs, change settings, and get information. Move your thumb lightly around the Click Wheel to select a menu item. To choose the item, press the Center button. To go back to the previous menu, press Menu on the Click Wheel.

Algebra 2 and Trigonometry - Babylon School District

Dedication To Jessica Alexander and Uriel Avalos in gratitude for their invaluable work in preparing this text for publication. Ann Xavier Gantert The author has been associated with mathematics education in New York State as a teacher and an author throughout the many changes of the past fifty years. She has worked as a consultant to the Mathematics Bureau of the Department of Education in the development and writing of Sequential Mathematics and has been a coauthor of Amsco’s Integrated Mathematics series, which accompanied that course of study. Reviewers: Richard Auclair Mathematics Teacher La Salle School Albany, NY Domenic D’Orazio Mathematics Teacher Midwood High School Brooklyn, NY Steven J. Balasiano Assistant Principal, Supervision Mathematics Canarsie High School Brooklyn, NY Debbie Calvino Mathematics Supervisor, Grades 7–12 Valley Central High School Montgomery, NY George Drakatos Mathematics Teacher Baldwin Senior High School Baldwin, NY Ronald Hattar Mathematics Chairperson Eastchester High School Eastchester, NY Raymond Scacalossi Jr. Mathematics Coordinator Manhasset High School Manhasset, NY Text Designer: Nesbitt Graphics, Inc. Compositor: ICC Macmillan Cover Design by Meghan J. Shupe Cover Art by Radius Images (RM) Please visit our Web site at: www.amscopub.com When ordering this book, please specify:... PREFACE Algebra 2 and Trigonometry is a new text for a course in intermediate algebra and trigonometry that continues the approach that has made Amsco a leader in presenting mathematics in a modern, integrated manner. Over the last decade, this approach has undergone numerous changes and refinements to keep pace with ever-changing technology. This textbook is the final book in the three-part series in which Amsco parallels the integrated approach to the teaching of high school mathematics promoted by the National Council of Teachers of Mathematics in its Principles and Standards for School Mathematics and mandated by the New York State Board of Regents in the Mathematics Core Curriculum. The text presents a range of materials and explanations that are guidelines for achieving a high level of excellence in their understanding of mathematics. In this book: ✔ The real numbers are reviewed and the understanding of operations with irrational numbers, particularly radicals, is expanded. ✔ The graphing calculator continues to be used as a routine tool in the study of mathematics. Its use enables the student to solve problems that require computation that more realistically reflects the real world. The use of the calculator replaces the need for tables in the study of trigonometry and logarithms. ✔ Coordinate geometry continues to be an integral part of the visualization of algebraic and trigonometric relationships. ✔ Functions represent a unifying concept throughout. The algebraic functions introduced in Integrated Algebra 1 are reviewed, and exponential, logarithmic, and trigonometric functions are presented. ✔ Algebraic skills from Integrated Algebra 1 are maintained, strengthened, and expanded as both a holistic approach to mathematics and as a bridge to advanced studies. ✔ Statistics includes the use of the graphing calculator to reexamine range, quartiles, and interquartile range, to introduce measures of dispersion such as variance and standard deviation, and to determine the curve that best represents a set of bivariate data.

iPod nano (2nd Gen) Features Guide (Manual) - Support - Apple

iPod nano Basics Congratulations on purchasing iPod nano. Read this section to learn about the features of iPod nano, how to use its controls, and more. To use iPod nano, you put music, photos, and other files on your computer and then load them onto iPod nano. MENU iPod nano is a music player and much more. Use iPod nano to:  Sync songs and digital photos for listening and viewing on the go  Listen to podcasts, downloadable radio-style shows delivered over the Internet  View photos as a slideshow with music  Listen to audiobooks purchased from the iTunes Store or audible.com  Store or back up files and other data, using iPod nano as an external disk  Sync contact, calendar, and to-do list information from your computer  Play games, store text notes, set an alarm, and more 4 iPod nano at a Glance Get to know the controls on iPod nano: Hold switch Center button Menu button Next/Fast-forward button Previous/Rewind button Play/Pause button Click Wheel Serial number (on back) Dock connector port Headphones port Using iPod nano Controls The controls on iPod nano are easy to find and use. Press any button to turn on iPod nano. The main menu appears. Use the Click Wheel and Center button to navigate through onscreen menus, play songs, change settings, and view information. Move your thumb lightly around the Click Wheel to select a menu item. To choose the item, press the Center button. To go back to the previous menu, press Menu on the Click Wheel. Chapter 1 iPod nano Basics

iPod nano (3rd gen) Features Guide - Support - Apple

Congratulations on purchasing iPod nano. Read this chapter to learn about the features of iPod nano, how to use its controls, and more. To use iPod nano, you put music, videos, photos, and other files on your computer and then add them to iPod nano. iPod nano is a music player and much more. Use iPod nano to:  Sync songs, videos, and digital photos for listening and viewing on the go  Listen to podcasts, downloadable audio and video shows delivered over the Internet  View video on iPod nano, or on a TV using an optional cable  View photos as a slideshow with music on iPod nano, or on a TV using an optional cable  Listen to audiobooks purchased from the iTunes Store or audible.com  Store or back up files and other data, using iPod nano as an external disk  Sync contact, calendar, and to-do list information from your computer  Play games, store text notes, set an alarm, and more 4 iPod nano at a Glance Get to know the controls on iPod nano: Menu Click Wheel Previous/Rewind Next/Fast-forward Play/Pause Center button Hold switch Headphones port Dock connector Using iPod nano Controls The controls on iPod nano are easy to find and use. Press any button to turn on iPod nano. The main menu appears. Use the Click Wheel and Center button to navigate through onscreen menus, play songs, change settings, and view information. Move your thumb lightly around the Click Wheel to select a menu item. To choose the item, press the Center button. To go back to the previous menu, press Menu on the Click Wheel.

iPod nano Features Guide - Support - Apple

Congratulations on purchasing your iPod nano. Read this section to learn about the features of your iPod nano, how to use its controls, and more. To use iPod nano, you put music, photos, and other files on your computer and then download them to iPod nano. iPod nano is a music player and much more. With iPod nano, you can:  Store songs and digital photos for listening and viewing on the go  Listen to podcasts, downloadable radio-style shows delivered over the Internet  View photos as a slideshow with music on iPod nano  Listen to audiobooks purchased from the iTunes Music Store or audible.com  Store or back up files and other data, using iPod nano as an external disk  Synchronize contact, calendar, and to-do list information from your computer  Play games, store text notes, set an alarm, and more 4 iPod nano at a Glance Familiarize yourself with all the controls on your iPod nano: Hold switch Center button Menu button Next/Fast-forward button Previous/Rewind button Play/Pause button Click Wheel Serial number (on back) Dock connector port Headphones port Using iPod nano Controls The controls on your iPod nano are easy to find and use. Press any button to turn on your iPod nano. The main menu appears. Use the Click Wheel and Center button to navigate through onscreen menus, play songs, change settings, and view information. Move your thumb lightly around the Click Wheel to select a menu item. To choose the item, press the Center button. To go back to the previous menu, press Menu on the Click Wheel.

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Requirements for Importation of Dogs and Cats into New Jersey ...

Dogs imported into New Jersey are required to be accompanied by a Certificate of Veterinary Inspection (CVI or health certificate) issued by a licensed veterinarian in the country or state of origin within 30 days of travel, pursuant to New Jersey Administrative Code (N.JA.C.) 8:23-1.1 (full text below). Although rabies vaccination is not required for importation into the State, New Jersey law requires all dogs 7 months of age or older to be licensed by the municipality where they are housed within 10 days of arrival. Current rabies vaccination is a prerequisite for licensure. Dogs imported from countries or regions where screw worm is known to exist (http://www.aphis.usda.gov/import_export/animals/animal_import/equine/equine_import7 day_sworm.shtml#ctbl) have additional requirements. The dog must be accompanied by a certificate signed by a full-time salaried veterinary official of the region of origin stating that the dog has been inspected for screwworm within 5 days prior to shipment to the United States. The certificate must state that the dog is either free from screwworm or was found to be infested with screwworm and was held in quarantine and treated until free from screwworm prior to leaving the region. There are no specific requirements for importing cats into the State, but many New Jersey municipalities have ordinances requiring cat licensure and rabies vaccination. Since cats are the domestic animal most frequently infected with rabies in the State, rabies vaccination is strongly recommended for all cats, including cats kept exclusively indoors. An indoor cat may be exposed to rabies if a bat enters the home or if the cat escapes the house and is bitten. Most airlines will require a CVI to accompany a dog or cat on a flight. Proof of current rabies vaccination is required for entry of dogs into the United States (U.S.) from other countries, unless the country is considered free of rabies by the World Health Organization. Dogs that are too young for vaccination will allowed entry and be required to be vaccinated when they reach 3 months of age and then be confined for 30...

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