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Part 5: "How"

We learn how the world works, time after time tracking how the same events unfold. When we see something for the first time, we do not yet understand how it will end, and therefore we do not have cause-effect models related to the situation. However, after seeing a sufficient number of identical acts of interaction between a sufficient number of objects, we gradually begin to believe that we know how the unfolding events will unfold.

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Part 5: "How"

  1. Women as part of the intelligentsia
    Women as part of the national intelligentsia are a phenomenon of the Soviet era. It was during the Soviet period that the socio-cultural community of Tajik women was formed, which was considered to be the most progressive (progressive) social group in comparison with women from the working class and peasants. Their main characteristic - they all had a higher education, a profession and accordingly engaged in
  2. Part of the final, purely about love, as promised
    Paul the Third-bore, like the agreement was, began to marry Bunny. The witnesses were Paul the First and Paul II. The gypsy choir skillfully imitated twelve green men. The wedding feast was diversified by a text message sent to the mobile by Paul the Second by Greenpeace activists starting underground. In it it was said that in the slavery the dohlattins could not surrender, because they were shocked by the invasion of the tribe
  3. Part 2: "how much"
    Meanwhile, with Part 2, something very different is happening. If part 1 shows what an object represents, then the "how much" part measures how much: how much do we have, and how much? This seems to be little, but this is much more. ↑ In the segment "how much" is determined the number of objects that we see: four one, three others and many others
  4. Practical part
    Preparation for sterilization of laboratory glassware 1. Before sterilization, the laboratory dishes are thoroughly washed and dried. 2. Tubes, bottles, bottles, mattresses, flasks cover with cotton-gauze stoppers. On top of a stopper on each vessel (except test tubes) put on a paper cap. 3. Petri dishes are sterilized wrapped in paper for 1 to 5 pieces or in pencil cases. 4. Pasteur pipettes for 3-5-10-15 pieces
  5. Part 6: "Why"
    Our brain is not satisfied with knowing what exactly is in front of us, in what quantity, where exactly, when this or that event occurs, and how objects interact with each other. The cause and effect are things that are certainly important, but in fact our brain wants to know the answer to the question "why". Why is one, and not the other? Why does something happen time after time, and something -
  6. Part 3: "where / where"
    While in parts 1 and 2 the tasks of determining the object and the calculations associated with it are solved, in part 3 (the way of seeing "where / where"), the movement of each object is noted and monitored both in relation to other objects and in relation to ourselves *. In Part 3, this is done by processing the summands of the incoming visual signal, containing clues about the location, for example
  7. Theoretical part
    ACTUALITY OF THE TOPIC Summarizing statistical data on the results of the work of the pathoanatomical service of the Republic of Belarus, the percentage of discrepancies in clinical and pathoanatomical diagnoses continues to be quite high. Experience shows that unfavorable prerequisites for the formulation of the final clinical diagnosis are: insufficient possession of the main and
  8. Practical part
    The technique of collecting material from a patient for bacteriological research The choice of material for laboratory testing is determined by the localization of the pathological process, the peculiarities of the pathogenesis of the disease and the biological properties of the pathogen. The success of bacteriological research depends on the correctness of the material intake. Pathological material for bacteriological research
  9. Responses to the first part of the book
    The responses that we received to the first part of the "Game Collection for the Development of System Thinking" can be described as staggeringly positive. One of the readers wrote to us: "In fact, your book fills the gap between the theory of system thinking and its practical application." Another said: "I really can apply these exercises with benefit." The third: "For years I've been searching for effective
  10. .Introduction
    Registration of the corpse • Animal species; • sex, name; • inventory number; • age; • suit: • signs; • the breed; • who owns (owner) and address: • date of death; • Date and place of dissection. • autopsy performed (name, first name, patronymic, post); • at the autopsy were present (last name, first name, patronymic, post). Regisgration description of the corpse
  11. Final part.
    The final
  12. Ecological part
    The causes of gastritis are varied. The leading place belongs to external factors. These include poor quality and inadequate feed, the presence of poisonous plants in the feed, toxic substances, the use of hot and frozen feed for feeding, the violation of the feeding regime. In addition, the emergence of gastritis contributes to the monotonous and inferior
  13. Practical part
    Practical
  14. Practical part
    Formulation of the agglutination reaction on glass and in test tubes In all immunological reactions, the main component is the antigen, which has two properties: 1) the ability to induce an immunological process in the body; 2) the ability to bind to antibodies in serological reactions. The reactions of antibody-antigen interaction are called serological (from Latin serum -
  15. Practical part
    Basic principles and stages of bacteriological research 1. Qualified choice of the material to be studied: for clinical specimens, taking into account the nature and localization of the pathological process, the pathogenesis of the disease and its stage; for environmental objects - taking into account their possible significance as ways and factors of transmission of microorganisms - pathogens of infections. 2.
  16. PRACTICAL PART
    Select the air sample in the training room by sedimentation method. 2. Select the air sample in the training room by an aspiration method (Krotov's apparatus). 3. Determine the total microbial number in 1 m3 of air (use pre-prepared cups with grown colonies). 4. To study the tinctorial and enzymatic properties of the grown colonies. 5. Solve the problem: for 10
  17. PRACTICAL PART
    Make a selection of water samples from the tap by all rules for bacteriological examination. 2. Sow each sampled sample with 1 ml of water in sterile Petri dishes with molten nutrient agar to determine the total number of microbes. 3. Calculate the colonies grown on the plates (prepared in advance) and express the result in colony-forming units (CFU). 4.
  18. PRACTICAL PART
    Prepare a sample of soil for sanitary bacteriological examination. 2. Carry out soil cultivation 1:10 and a series of successive dilutions 1: 100; 1: 1000; 1: 10,000. 3. Determine the bacteria of the E. coli group in the soil by the titration method. 4. Determination of the soil microbial number: Using demon- ologine in crops on MPA of various dilutions of soil suspension, calculate the microbial
  19. PRACTICAL PART
    Make a selection of food products (on the instructions of the teacher). 2. Prepare the sample for bacteriological examination. 3. Take samples of food for bacteriological examination. 4. Prepare cotton swabs for rinsing. 5. Take flushes from hands before handling and after washing. To make a seeding on the environment of Endo, by a deep method on the MPA. 6. Sowing
  20. THEORETICAL PART
    THEORETICAL
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