ARTICLE | doi:10.20944/preprints202106.0221.v2
Subject: Computer Science And Mathematics, Mathematics Keywords: Peter Chew Triangle Diagram; Peter Chew
Online: 22 February 2023 (10:41:15 CET)
Abstract: The objective of Peter Chew Triangle Diagram is to clearly illustrate the topic solution of triangle and provide a complete design for the knowledge of AI age. Peter Chew's triangle diagram will suggest a better single rule that allows us to solve any problem of topic solution of triangle simple , directly and more accurately. There are two important rules for solving the topic solution of triangle today [1,2], namely the sine rule and the cosine rule. The sine rule is used to find a non-included angle when are given two sides and a non-included angle or the opposite side angle given when are given two angles and one side. The cosine rule normally is used to find the included angle when are given three sides or the third side when are given two sides and the included angle. Peter Chew Method allow us to find the third side simple and directly when given two sides and a non-included angle. Peter Chew rule  allow us to find a non included angle simple, directly and more accurately when given 2 sides and an included angle. Aply Peter Chew Triangle Diagram to Education 4.0 Calculator , Peter Chew Triangle Diagram Calculator allows the Calculator to solve any problems in the topic solution of triangle simple, directly and more accurate. This can be effective in increasing students' interest in using technology while learning mathematics and will help in the learning of mathematics, especially when similar covid-19 issues arise in the future.
ARTICLE | doi:10.20944/preprints202311.1950.v1
Subject: Computer Science And Mathematics, Mathematics Keywords: Calculus; Second Order Linear Equations With Constant Coefficients; Peter Chew Theorem; Quadratic Surds
Online: 30 November 2023 (10:50:00 CET)
Exercising surds to represent figures is a common practice in scientific and Engineering fields, especially in scripts where calculators are banned or unapproachable. Peter Chew Theorem make result becomes simple when dealing with converting Quadratic Surds. The substance of the Peter Chew Theorem lies in enabling the forthcoming generation to simple break problems related to Quadratic Surds more effectively, easing a direct comparison with contemporary results. By employing the Peter Chew Theorem, one can streamline the tutoring and literacy of math, particularly concerning second- order direct equations with constant portions. This theorem's objective aligns with Albert Einstein's famed quotation Everything should be made as simple as possible, but not simpler.
ARTICLE | doi:10.20944/preprints201807.0483.v1
Subject: Arts And Humanities, Humanities Keywords: Humanities, World citizenship, World Languages, Higher Education, Peter Critchley, Eco-praxis, Ethics
Online: 25 July 2018 (12:45:08 CEST)
It is time that universities reexamine what is meant by globalization. Contemporary researchers in science and the humanities (Critchley, Chomsky, Mumford, Ostrom, Eisenstein, Ferry, Orr, Shiva, Klein, Margulis, Meadows, Capra and Tolba, just to name a few) have aptly redefined the concept of « world » as a biological and cultural ecosystem. This paper seeks ways to integrate the theory and practice of eco-citizenship into various cross-disciplinary aspects of higher education, with a focus on curricular adjustments that may be steered by World Languages and Cultures programs. While "global citizenship" is still often understood today as a form of supranational citizenship that may find its actualization through the valuable, yet often arrested efforts of the United Nations, or as the individualistic result of a neoliberal economic emancipation of markets and capital throughout the world, this notion must rather be embedded within a radically cultural, natural and ethical bedrock from which a more potent world citizenry will stem. Departments of World Languages and Cultures and cultures are ideally positioned in the academic landscape to foster the development of a greater eco-civic and biospheric awareness that can permeate new curricular orientations of universities in the US and abroad.
ARTICLE | doi:10.20944/preprints202105.0645.v1
Subject: Environmental And Earth Sciences, Atmospheric Science And Meteorology Keywords: Tectonic joint; Pressure-ridge, Active uplift, Mantle rocks; St. Peter and St. Paul Archipelago; Equatorial Atlantic
Online: 26 May 2021 (14:39:49 CEST)
This paper discusses the tectonics of the St. Peter and St. Paul Archipelago (SPSPA) in the Equato-rial Atlantic Ocean, based on the joint-system geometry which show a North-South shorten-ing/transpressional uplift tectonism, is active leading to exhumation of the sub-oceanic mantle. These islets are the summits of a sigmoidal submarine ridge formed by mantle ultramafic rocks. The ridge is crossed by the principal transform deformation zone of the northern transform fault of the St. Paul Multifault System. The South flank ridge exposes serpentinized mantle perido-tites, while the North flank exposes strongly deformed/fractured ultramylonites, recording duc-tile and brittle deformation at lithospheric conditions. The SPSPA show multiple joint systems cutting mylonitic foliation of the exposed rocks, forming three main families: high-angle paral-lel joints of tectonic origin, serpentinization-related joints with random direction and load-release low-angle parallel joints. The tectonic joints show an average direction of N31°E and N28°W, forming a conjugate system with a N1ºW compression axes, coherent with a trans-pressive stress field. Accordingly, the earthquakes focal mechanism close to the islets also shows N-S compression. The previously reported active uplift with an average rate of 1.5 mm/year and the directions of the joint system here reported agreeing with a present-day active N-S compres-sive field at a high angle with the direction of the transform fault.