The time in which the alarm clock will sound
3. The condition or set of conditions is sufficient for a parallelogram to be a square would be that diagonals are perpendicular, and diagonals are congruent. The answer would be letter A.
"It creates the conflict of the story by showing that the man is too inexperienced and unaware of the power of nature to survive the conditions."
The setting plays the most important role in Jack London’s short story "To Build a Fire". The setting of the story is important in signifying the main theme man vs nature conflict of the story. It shows unnamed protagonist's lack of judgment and instinct. He is contrasted with his dog who has good judgment and instinct and is closer to the nature and as result survives in such a severe cold.
Since the man dies at the end because of frostbite, option three is not correct.
It creates the conflict of the story by showing that the man is too inexperienced and unaware of the power of nature to survive the conditions.
Jack London's "To Build A Fire" is a short story about an inexperienced man's attempts to overcome the forces of nature with his own will. The unnamed protagonist of the story end up dead in the cold snowy forest of the Yukon territory.
The setting of the story is the mountainous region of the Yukon territory. And at the time of the story, it was snowing heavily and the weather had also become worse. Despite being warned by an older man not to venture into the forest, the unnamed protagonist went ahead, taking a dog along with him. He had planned to reach the mining camp where his friends are waiting for him. The cold and severe condition of the forest pose a threat to his very existence. He even tried to build a fire to make himself warm but left it soon after. His stubborn nature, his refusal to even trust the dog's natural instincts about the weather, the refusal to even stay with the fire to make himself warm all add to his own death.
The setting of the story- the Yukon territory, creates the conflict in the story where the main character is inexperienced and was not familiar with the surrounding forces that he was to deal with.
One Price Rule with Conditions Met set to Custom, three Price Conditions, and one Price ActionExplanation:
The price rule record has the price rule, condition and action. The price rule must be explained clearly. Price condition is comparison of one field value with the other field value. The price rules contain conditions and the price rule can have an infinite number of conditions.
But for the above given questions we have 3 conditions. When the price rule meets by the conditions given it performs a particular action. Some of the fields in the price rule cannot be edited and and have security.
The correct answers are:
#2) B) Diagonals are congruent; and
#3) A) Diagonals are perpendicular, and diagonals are congruent.
A parallelogram has the property that diagonals bisect each other. In a rectangle, the diagonals are also congruent.
In a square, not only are the diagonals congruent, but they are also perpendicular to one another.
1. ISO — this is the equivalent to when we used film for cameras thus, this is representational of the film speed, or in other words, the film sensitivity. The higher the ISO value (ex 6400) the less light that was necessary to produce an image whereas if you were shooting outdoors on a sunny day, you could get by with an iso of 400 as there is abundant light available. Each of these ISO settings has specific characteristics for example, when shooting film (and even digital) a higher ISO (used for low light situations) will result in more “grainy” images where if not metered and exposed correctly can also lead to a “muddy” look as the image will be lacking in contrast and clarity.
SHUTTER SPEED — this is the speed at which the shutter or some prefer to envision it as a “curtain” opens and shuts in order to control the length of time that the film or sensor is exposed to the light. You might think of it like this... while the ISO is representational is the the ambient light situation the SS is how much of that ambient light you are able to record when the shutter is released. Shutter speed is also used to stop motion or to provide a sense of moving within an image. A higher shutter speed will stop motion and Depending on how fast the subject is moving will dictate how quickly your shutter is open to record the light and image for example, to stop a running child should be at least 1/200 but most likely until the photographer is well versed in the art and their camera it might be best to stay on the safe side at 1/500. To show motion, like a moving train, you’ll want to stop down to a slower speed to enhance the “blur” of the movement which allows the image/artist to tell more of a story. To be sure that your hand shake does not cause an out of focus image due to the inevitable vibration that can affect the shooter based on the weight of the camera and glass/lens... a good rule of thumb is to double the lens size to avoid any dreaded effects while hand holding. So for example, for crisp images do not shoot below 1/125 when shooting with a 50mm until you are experienced and then you’ll learn how far you can push that rule.
APERTURE — this is the setting that will affect the opening in the lens at which the light will come thru. The aperture can affect the depth of field and can also allow more wiggle room for low light shooting as you can “open up” to aperture as wide as 1.4 (Nikon) or even 1.2 (canon). It’s tricky as the lower the the aperture setting (the actual value; 1.2, 1.4, 1.8, and so on all the way up to 22), the more the lens opens... which increases the amount of light that is let in as well as creates a much shorter depth of field (how the artist obtains the less In-focus / blurred background called bokeh). Whereas the higher aperture number (but smaller opening) lets in less light and extends the depth of field to allow more of the image to be on the same focal plane which then allows for more of the environment/subject to be in clear and sharp focus. This can be an artistic choice but traditionally you’ll see portraits shot more wide open vs landscapes or street photography which will have more details on focus and shot with the lens closed down more.