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In auto sales, a slang term for false equity. For example, water occurs when a car owner claims $3,000 in equity on a vehicle when she only has $1,500 in equity.
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This is because water molecules pack into a structure with lower density than that of liquid water, a manifestation of the unusual properties of water, the density of liquid water increases just above the freezing point and reaches a maximum at four degrees Celsius, the so-called temperature of maximum density, this difference in density dictates that liquid is always situated below ice.
The book and software are based on the industrial formulations of the International Association for the Properties of Water and Steam, which sets international standards for water and steam properties.
The free (and downloadable) curriculum was designed for students in grades 3-6; and is ideal for educators and/or parents to use as an engaging resource to teach students about the need for water conservation, the properties of water and the importance of water conservation in an easy-to-understand, educational, fun and interactive way.
Slides, books and visuals about the art of such famous artists as Winslow Homer and Claude Monet can be introduced to demonstrate the properties of water, and things that can appear on the water.
The agreement covers the test methods for the chemical and physical properties of water in the diesel emulsions.
Keywords: Ibn Sina-al-Biruni correspondence; eight questions about physics; Islamic scientific tradition; nature of vacuum; properties of water and air; burning of objects by reflection of light.
The story begins when a small beetle is blown onto the surface of a pond and goes on to highlight the properties of water.