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  • The L Acoustics Training Program

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    dispersion = restriction + command + regulation Restraint: I just want the subs to go forward Command : Hey could we make it not go there and finesse it here Regulation : that sub array is very even and behaving well with respect to coverage Effect of Curvature Adjustment of coverage + improvement of control. Frequency domains of a line source Moderate control for lowest frequencies / high control for highest frequencies. SPL COVERAGE Parameters for mechanical setting: Enclosure types Number of elements

  • Differences in Geometry Essay

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    Differences in Geometry Geometry is the branch of mathematics that deals with the properties of space. Geometry is classified between two separate branches, Euclidean and Non-Euclidean Geometry. Being based off different postulates, theorems, and proofs, Euclidean Geometry deals mostly with two-dimensional figures, while Demonstrative, Analytic, Descriptive, Conic, Spherical, Hyperbolic, are Non-Euclidean, dealing with figures containing more than two-dimensions. The main difference between

  • Young Pine In Light Essay

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    Emily Carr’s Young Pines in Light (c. unknown) uses elements and principles that suggest movement in the painting. The various use of lines, the presence of positive space, the use of colour and an asymmetrical balance all help to suggest motion in the painting. Line is the greatest and most prevalent element used in the painting. The painting is filled with lines from left to right and top to bottom. There are straight lines, curved lines, diagonal lines. The density and length of the lines

  • Hot Stuff's Concert Or Good Times: An Economic Analysis

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    Entirely, rational intellectuals attempt to make decisions to get the most out of their life. Rational people always think about implicit and explicit cost is modest and clear, but when we deliberate about explicit cost, it is diverse. Each time when rational people make decisions, they are going to process step by step. For example, people collect, understand, and recap entire related to the planning matter in examinations. Second, they create substitute issue they will face in the future. Third

  • Celeste's Heart Themes

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    The themes found in the passages, Celeste’s Heart by Aida Bartnik and Principals and Principles by Daniel Hadler both are similar. A similar theme from both passages is that you have to stand up for what you believe in no matter the cost or outcome. In the passage Celeste’s Heart, the story’s message shows the theme shared between the two passages. The main character, Celeste is a young student who attends a school in Argentina. During the break periods at school, their teacher would make her class

  • What Successful Principals Do And What Unsuccessful Ones Fail

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    Successful Principals Do and What Unsuccessful Ones Fail to Do”, the author outlines what they believe to be the key factors and attributes that propel certain principals to greater success than others. Although many of these at first glance appear to be more of the “simply common sense” variety, others give the reader pause to marinate in the greater implications of those basic characteristics. Ponomareva (2015) rationalizes that his “many years of practical interaction with school principals in the

  • Personal Narrative: Is Something Wrong Bethany

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    make a break for it, but I guess he was smarter than that because he stayed. The office lady told me that I could go right in, which was a surprise because principals are almost always busy, but I did. When I opened the big heavy door, I was shocked. Rachel had a huge red make on her face! I guess I was a better fighter than I thought! The principal told me to sit down, and then he said, “You’re editor told me about the pen name, and I hope I didn’t overstep my boundries when I told Rachel, Bethany.

  • importance of links and relationships within theretail travel environment

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    exist and why are they formed? Travel Agencies are sometimes given ‘preferred status’ by tour operators and other principals (airlines, hotels, transport operators etc), meaning that the agency receives: – Extra staff training on products and services – Offered the highest commission levels – Staff are given enhanced sales incentives – The agency is given more promotion by the principal These things are usually based on an agency achieving high sales volumes over an agreed period of time • Why do preferred

  • Maria Ordered Supplies From Ftc Enterprises

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    claimed that all credit documents were referred to her receptionist. Is Maria liable? In this case Maria is considered as a disclosed principal and Maria’s receptionist is her agent. A disclosed principal is defined as a principal whose identity is known by a third party (Clarkson, 2015, p 644). FTC being the third party in this situation, recognizes Maria as a principal and recognized her receptionist as an extension of Maria’s authority. By referring credit documents and inquiries to her receptionist

  • I Was On A Mission

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    population with a wide variety of academic and social emotional needs. The faculty at RHS has been there for quite some time—thus have tenure. The staff has strong union representation or at least that is what appears to be the case. My principal, assistant principals, and myself were new to RHS. While there, we observed many questionable behaviors and activities