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Part 2: "how much"

If there are more objects, then in the “how many” part, either an approximate estimate is made (several, many, an infinite set), or the movement is slowed down for accurate calculations. The second case plays against us, because it leads to a general inhibition of the cognition process, and the results of the calculations come to us much later than the results from other ways of seeing.
Part 2 does not involve thinking, but is an object or where it is located. The question “how much” is just the processing of numbers.

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Part 2: "how much"

  1. Picture 2: “how much” - the schedule
    Problems like "how much" are directly related to numbers. How many units have we sold? Do we have enough money to make it to the end of the quarter? What happens in the stock market? These kinds of questions, loading our way of seeing "how much", make us constantly count (or at least try to count) the objects around us. Examples of “how many” problems: I am a financial analyst,
  2. Step 2: Answer the question “how much”
    After we identified the players and understood what they were doing, they returned to the documents to find quantitative data about each - something that allows changing “how much”. After examining the masses of data, we decided that the first question “how much” that we intend to study will be related to the size of each company in terms of the value of annual income. Here are the results of seven companies with
  3. How much should we eat
    The question of how much you need to eat attracted the attention of many thinking men and women. But the answer was never given. The so-called scientists have calculated our calorie needs. As I have already shown, this is a hoax. People are urged to eat what they call appetite for. But appetite is created by habit and can be worked out so that it will require either little food, or a lot. Excessive appetites
  4. How much can a person live
    Why do some people live longer than others? Are there “secrets” of longevity and can we use them with you? These questions are often asked not only by young people, but also by people of old age. A systematic study of the duration of human life began at the end of the seventeenth century, and the beginning of this was laid by the English astronomer Edmund Halley, the very one who discovered Halley's comet, trying
  5. Calories: who how much?
    Once I watched a scientific film about healthy eating, production, it seems, the BBC. The journalist asked the passers-by the same question: “What is calorie?”, And no one could answer. Everyone said: this is something that is in the products. There are a lot of them in chocolate, but nobody knew exactly what it really is. I admit, I also learned the scientific definition only when I began to be seriously interested.
  6. Well, how many times have they told the world
    Fable! What a Russian ear will not stir at the sound of this word! Ivan Andreevich Krylov, in the assembly of monkeys, bears and donkeys! It would seem that he had exhausted this gold mine so much that after him no one seriously wrote fables. Well, except, perhaps, Sergei Mikhalkov, but who knows those fables? But Krylov know everything. But let's, nevertheless, in order. As expected, the inventor or
  7. How many human sources of energy and substance?
    It’s too early to talk about the creation of prerequisites for the development of a complete theory of human nutrition today, because there has not been found a rod that would allow to combine innumerable invaluable data collected by biochemists, biophysicists, physiologists and psychologists into a coherent system. In my view, any nutrition theory can be considered as such if it answers the main question arising from the
  8. HOW MANY DIFFERENT POISONS ARE NEEDED TO CURE CANCER?
    It is known that some cancer cells may be insensitive to certain cytostatics, or during treatment they may develop resistance (resistance, resistance) to them. Stability can develop for several reasons: changes in the structure of cell enzymes or metabolic pathways in it, modification of the absorption and elimination of poison, etc. This type is especially dangerous.
  9. How much milk to give the child through a straw or from a cup
    The first day of a child's life. A baby should be given 60 ml of milk per kilogram of weight. The whole amount of milk should be divided into eight feedings and feed the baby every three hours. Second day The child should be given 80 ml per kilogram of weight. Third day The child should be given 100 ml per kilogram of weight. From the fourth to the seventh day Every day, increase the daily amount of milk by 20
  10. Practical part
    Preparation for sterilization of laboratory glassware 1. Before sterilization, laboratory glassware is thoroughly washed and dried. 2. Test tubes, bottles, bottles, mattresses, flasks are closed with cotton-gauze plugs. A paper cap is put on top of the cork on each vessel (except for test tubes). 3. Petri dishes are sterilized wrapped in paper of 1–5 pieces or in canisters. 4. Pasteur pipettes 3-5-5-10 pieces
  11. Part 6: Why
    Our brain is not satisfied with the knowledge of 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. Cause and effect - things are certainly important, but in reality our brain wants to know the answer to the question "why." Why does one happen and not another? Why does something happen time after time, and something -
  12. Through the eyes of a mindmaper, part 3
    Suppose a mind mapper is in the process of deciding whether to buy a new house or not. In accordance with the laws of the intellect card, a volumetric and richly colored image is placed in the center of it. Since this is about evaluating two alternatives, dyadic YES AND NO are basic ordinal ideas. Having dealt with the central image and the main branches, our mayndmaper uses the method
  13. Part 3: "where / where"
    While in parts 1 and 2, the tasks of defining an object and its associated calculations are solved, in part 3 (the path of seeing where / where), the movement of each object is noted and tracked both in relation to other objects and in relation to ourselves *. In part 3, this is done by processing the components of the incoming visual signal, containing clues about the location, for example
  14. Hey, Microsoft, why buy Yahoo !? (part II)
    Let's use a multifactor scheme to see more “why” questions in this story than in a situation with ice cream or a pair of fish. This is partly reminiscent of the repetition of the exercise with the Thomson Corporation, which we did this morning. However, now we have a 6x6 structure, which greatly simplifies the work. As before, we know that we are going to depict the totality of the following
  15. . Introductory part
    Registering a corpse • type of animal; • gender, nickname; • inventory number; • age; • suit: • signs; • breed; • who owns (owner) and address: • date of death; • date and place of opening. • an autopsy made (last name, first name, patronymic, position); • at the opening there were present (surname, name, patronymic, position). Corruption Registration Description
  16. Final part.
    Final
  17. Ecological part
    The causes of gastritis are varied. The leading place belongs to external factors. These include substandard and inappropriate age groups and types of animal feed, the presence of poisonous plants in the feed, toxic substances, the use of hot and frozen feed for feeding, violation of the feeding regimen. In addition, the occurrence of gastritis contributes monotonous and defective.
  18. Practical part
    Practical
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