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  Part to Whole
Return to the classroom and color the picture of part of the myth with some of the colors seen in the school yard.
Recognizing the part in relation to the whole is an integral part of science and mathematical concepts.
Reinforce part and whole through colors by encouraging children to make up their own myths of flight through other means of art: painting, chalkwork on the cement, watercolor.
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 Simple part-whole relations in OWL Ontologies
Furthermore, in mereology, since everything is a part of itself, we have to define "proper parts" as "parts not equal to the whole".
Slightly more awkwardly, even though we often talk of members of a committee being "part of a committee", being a member of a subcommittee that is part of a committee may, or may not, confer membership in the committee as a whole.
Similarly, the tributary is not part of the river, rather a brach of the river.
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 Part to Whole in an Ecosystem Science Lesson Plan, Thematic Unit, Activity, Worksheet, or Biology or Chemistry Teaching ...
Part to Whole in an Ecosystem Science Lesson Plan, Thematic Unit, Activity, Worksheet, or Biology or Chemistry Teaching Idea
Students will be able to distinguish between the characteristics that make up an individual, a population, an community, and an ecosystem.
Students will make a poster showing the relationship between an individual of a species, a population of that species, a community that includes that population, and the ecosystem that includes the community and nonliving parts of the environment.
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$part will normally be less than $whole, but there could be an instance where it is more, so the condition should be catered for.
for the other part you could rewrite the code without too much effort to work whichever was shorter but since the code you have described is essentially symmetrical you could just swap the parameters round if $part is longer than $whole which would probably be simpler.
the values of $a1 and $a2 are assigned to $whole and $part inside the function, all the work is doneon $whole and $part but then they are discarded at the end of the function.
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By taking into account the parts and wholes of specific episodes of discourse, and the relation of those episodes to the larger social and cultural wholes of which they are a part, many of the most recalcitrant problems that face the human sciences may be confronted directly.
By struggling to relate parts to larger wholes (the empiricists in psychology and history, for example) and wholes to the parts of which they are to be composed (theorists in the social sciences and the humanities), perhaps some of the alienation and waste motion in our attempts to understand the human world can be overcome.
The parts are the words and gestures, but the wholes that are needed to understand them include the thoughts, feelings, motives, intentions and institutional and historical embededness of the subjects who create the text.
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 The Part and The Whole - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
The book The part and the whole, written by Werner Heisenberg, the famous German physicist who discovered the uncertainty principle, tells, from his point of view, the history of exploring atomic science and quantum mechanics in the first half of the 20th century.
As the subtitle "Talks about atomic physics" suggests, the core part of this book takes the form of a discussion between himself and other scientists.
Heisenberg says: "I wanted to show that science is done by people, and the most wonderful ideas come from dialog".
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A <temporal_whole_part> is a type of <assembly_of_individual> that indicates that one <state> is a temporal part of another <state>.
NOTE The characteristics that apply to the whole state also apply to the temporal parts of the state.
EXAMPLE 2 The relationship that indicates that the time period known as March 1999 is part of the period known as 1st Quarter 1999 can be represented by an instance of <temporal_whole_part>.
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 Part-Whole Vocabulary
This predicate relates individuals to their (individual) parts, where this is understood in a very broad sense that includes spatial parts, temporal parts, conceptual parts, members of groups, and so forth.
(#$physicalDecompositions WHOLE PART) means that PART is a spatial part or component of WHOLE, in a very broad sense of `part' whereby PART might or might not be spatially continuous or discrete.
(#$physicalPortions WHOLE PART) means that PART is a representative physical part of WHOLE, in the sense that the intrinsic physical properties of WHOLE are also properties of PART.
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 Scheff: Part/Whole Morphology
At first he is deeply disappointed with the meeting; the whole episode seems banal and empty; he and she both conventional and distant.
The study's analysis is based in part on knowledge that she is a nurse, which she mentions in her 16th utterance.
Pittenger et al's interpretation of the patient's misunderstanding of the therapist's manner, one of the central findings of their study, is based in part on their knowledge that she has had only one prior session with a mental health professional, which she mentions only near the end of the session.
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 PartWhole - ESW Wiki   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-07)
The overlaps relation is typically used to express the constraint of supplementation, that is, that two things that overlap must have at least one part that they do not share (otherwise they are the same).
This is not simply a question of granularity; at some level the parts of the statue do decompose down to molecules which correspond to marble.
cyc:parts: (#$parts WHOLE PART) means that #$Individual PART is a part of #$Individual WHOLE.
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 Simple part-whole relations in OWL Ontologies
A parts inventory for the devices made in a factory in which we want to be able to find the "explosion" of parts required (i.e.
Grouping subparts into larger parts may also be subjective, a common example is a flywheel in a car, which can be viewed as an engine part or a transmission part in an ontology that includes those classes.
A common modeling pitfall in general when representing parts is to create a class that is the superclass of all the possible classes that can be car parts, and use this class instead of the union class in the restriction on hasPart for Cars.
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one phase of its existence in whole; and the term-"transcendental"-as existent beyond the "bounds", so transcendental meditation could be interpreted as original way of connection, association (continuing during the time) of something existing to not existing.
Admittedly "everything" should have remained unchangeable, but zero-nothing includes in itself one originality: 3 it can split into two equal, but opposite parts and apart from division remain unchangeable itself.
To illustrate the point let us imagine the universe in the form of the room (gravitation of the earth is ignored), that's full of small balls (the room-the universe, small balls-bodies, having mass).
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 The Part -> Whole Relationship in German and American Cataloging Data   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-07)
Germany: Every part of a multipart item is described in a separate record, and these are linked to a main (bibliographic) record describing the work as a whole.
Besides, every physical part can relate to a separate work, and the main record in turn could be marked as a part of an even larger work.
It has become clear that the whole matter of linking bibliographic records is one that relies on implementation into the format, less on cataloging rules.
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 The connection between the part and whole in forming sentences
The new whole -- the dirheme -- consisting of the synthesis of the two sentence words is the framework in which word and sentence, already sharply separated from each other, have their origins, and the two basic categories of languages, verb and noun, as well as their typical functions, predicate and subject are chrystallized.
a part of the substance nominated by the substantival subject, but is not necessary, permanent, nor does it become a denominating feature; it only characterizes the substance occasionally.
A special kind of part and whole correlation is formed by using sentences with the [N + A], or [N + V] structure; one part, i.
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The Fatherhood of God and the brotherhood of man present the paradox of the part and the whole on the level of personality.
And this brotherhood, being universal, is a relationship of the whole.
The relative velocities of part and whole determine whether the part is retarded by the inertia of the whole or is carried forward by the momentum of the cosmic brotherhood.
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It is so important to learn part to whole relationships of fractions.
The denominator is the total number of parts that the whole unit is divided into.
The numerator is the part of the total number of parts in the whole unit.
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It could be true that von Raumer's advice is part of his male chauvinist position, and also true that he is too embarrassed to think about the meaning of his advice.
Von Raumer's advice is part of a social system in which attempts at civilized delicacy result in an endless chain reaction of unacknowledged shame.
In Goffman’s language: "One assumes that embarrassment is a normal part of normal social life, the individual becoming uneasy not because he is personally maladjusted but rather because he is not… embarrassment is not an irrational impulse breaking through social prescribed behavior, but part of this orderly behavior itself" (1967, p.
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 LookSmart's Furl - The dalepike whole-part-whole Archive   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-07)
Isolations (with students focusing on the "highlighted in white" part of the whole) can be used in a whole-part-whole teaching method that shifts back and forth between the whole diagram and isolations.
Used skillfully, this method will help students learn more about each part of IDM and its relationship to other parts and to the whole, as they learn to understand and appreciate the organized complexity of design.
The first Whole stage (Synthesis) is an introduction, an overview that establishes basic familiarity with what the topic is about.
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 The part and the whole   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-07)
Throughout the universe, every unit is regarded as a part of the whole.
Survival of the part is dependent on cooperation with the plan and purpose of the whole, the wholehearted desire and perfect willingness to do the Father's divine will.
The relative velocities of the part and the whole determine whether the part is retarded by the inertia or carried forward by the momentum of the cosmic brotherhood.
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 4.3 Rate
R = P/W where R is the Rate, P is the part, and W is the whole.
The Rate is equal to the Part divided by the Whole.
In this problem, the whole is 200 and the part is 5.
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 Whole-part-whole   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-07)
Additionally, the first “whole” provides an opportunity for the instructor to establish motivation of the learner by addressing how the content is going to impact the needs of the learner.
Individual parts are linked together so that the final result of the learning is the second “whole”, which is the outcome of the learning activity and its major component.
However, the learning process does not end with the second “whole”; rather it is the repetition of the activity until it can be performed automatically that leads to further learning opportunities and transfer of knowledge.
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 Parts, Wholes, and Part-Whole Relations: The Prospects of Mereotopology - Varzi (ResearchIndex)   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-07)
Abstract: INTRODUCTION This is a brief overview of formal theories concerned with the study of the notions of (and the relations between) parts and wholes.
The guiding idea is that we can distinguish between a theory of parthood (mereology) and a theory of wholeness (holology, which is essentially afforded by topology), and the main question examined is how these two theories can be combined to obtain a unified theory of parts and wholes.
(part whole) relations that apply to a given set of spatial entities and those that apply to the spatial regions those entities occupy
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 Definition of part - Merriam-Webster Online Dictionary
applies to a separate or detached part of a whole .
applies to a part separated or marked out by or as if by natural lines of cleavage .
applies to a part produced by or as if by breaking off or shattering .
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 GN Online: A part of the whole
Progressive and open-minded, when a national friend told Shirin that the Department of Health here was on the lookout for a UK qualified female gynaecologist, she did not waste any time.
The whole family moved here in 1987 when she joined Al Wasl Hospital.
Her main motto in life is that we should all learn to be a part of the whole rather than apart from the whole.
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