Lecture 6

Larry E. Dahl and Charles D. Tate Jr. Having treated the ideas of the character, perfections, and attributes of God in the preceding lectures, we next proceed to treat the knowledge which persons must have that the course of life which they pursue is according to the will of God, so they may be enabled to exercise faith in him unto life and salvation.

It is essential for any person to have an actual knowledge that the course of life which he is pursuing is according to the will of God to enable him to have that confidence in God without which no person can obtain eternal life. It was this that enabled the ancient Saints to endure all their afflictions and persecutions and to take joyfully the spoiling of their goods, knowing not believing merely that they had a more enduring substance Heb Such was and always will be the situation of the Saints of God.

Unless they have an actual knowledge that the course they are pursuing is according to the will of God, they will grow weary in their minds and faint. For such has been and always will be the opposition in the hearts of unbelievers and those who know not God against the pure and unadulterated religion of heaven the only thing which ensures eternal life.

They will persecute to the uttermost all who worship God according to his revelations, receive the truth in the love of it, and submit themselves to be guided and directed by his will. And they will drive them to such extremities that nothing short of an actual knowledge of their being the favorites of heaven and of their having embraced that order of things which God has established for the redemption of man will enable them to exercise that confidence in him necessary for them to overcome the world and obtain that crown of glory which is laid up for them that fear God.

For a man to lay down his all—his character and reputation, his honor and applause, his good name among men, his houses, his lands, his brothers and sisters, his wife and children, and even his own life also, counting all things but filth and dross for the excellency of the knowledge of Jesus Christ—requires more than mere belief or supposition that he is doing the will of God. It requires actual knowledge, realizing that when these sufferings are ended, he will enter into eternal aero precision monthly builder set and be a partaker of the glory of God.

For unless a person does know that he is walking according to the will of God, it would be offering an insult to the dignity of the Creator were he to say that he would be a partaker of his glory when he should be done with the things of this life.

But when he has this knowledge and most assuredly knows that he is doing the will of God, his confidence can be equally strong that he will be a partaker of the glory of God.

Let us here observe that a religion that does not require the sacrifice of all things never has power sufficient to produce the faith necessary unto life and salvation. For from the first existence of man, the faith necessary unto the enjoyment of life and salvation never could be obtained without the sacrifice of all earthly things.

It is through this sacrifice, and this only, that God has ordained that men should enjoy eternal life. And it is through the medium of the sacrifice of all earthly things that men do actually know that they are doing the things that are well pleasing in the sight of God.

Under these circumstances, then, he can obtain the faith necessary for him to lay hold on eternal life. It is in vain for persons to fancy to themselves that they are heirs with those, or can be heirs with them, who have offered their all in sacrifice, and by this means obtained faith in God and favor with him so as to obtain eternal life, unless they in like manner offer unto him the same sacrifice and through that offering obtain the knowledge that they are accepted of him.

It was in offering sacrifices that Abel, the first martyr, obtained knowledge that he was accepted of God. And from the days of righteous Abel to the present time, the knowledge that men have that they are accepted in the sight of God is obtained by offering sacrifice.

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And in the last days before the Lord comes, he is to gather together his saints who have made a covenant with him by sacrifice. He shall call to the heavens from above, and to the earth, that he may judge his people. Those, then, who make the sacrifice will have the testimony that their course is pleasing in the sight of God.The following clauses have main verbs in the present tense: John walks. John and Mary walk. The following clauses have main verbs in the past tense: John walked John and Mary walked.

Both present and past tense verb forms vary according to the number of the subject. In the present tense, regular verbs do. In the past tense only the irregular verb be does: singular subject: John walked plural subject: John and Mary walked.

We call the present and past tenses of verbs and modals finite forms. All finite verbs agree with their subjects for number. Verbs that aren't either present or past and don't agree with their subjects for number are called non-finite forms. English has three non-finite forms.

We call any clause whose main verb is a non-finite verb a non-finite clause. Non-finite verbs don't show tense or agreement: Mary would like for John to walk. Remember present tense plural forms walk can look just like non finite forms walk.

To show a verb is tensed and prove a clause is finite, put the verb into the past tense or use a singular subject in the present tense. Only non-finite clauses can be subjectless: John keeps smiling. John wants to smile. John felt frozen. Another way of putting this is that only non-finite verb phrases can occur without subjects.

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English pronouns show up in three different forms called cases. Nominative: I he she, we, they Accusative: me, him, her, us, them Genitive: my, his, her, our, their Linguists sometimes like to say that all English nouns have case, but that the distinction only shows up in pronouns. This is in part because there are other languages, like German, Latin, Russian, and Finnish, where the distinctions of case show up on all nouns.

Finite clauses assign nominative case to their subjects: I left. The interesting property, which gives us another test for finite clauses, is that only finite clauses assign nominative case to their sibjects. Mary would like for me to walk. Mary had me walk every day. Mary kept me walking. There is a class of clause-introducing particles we're going to call complementizers shown in italics : We believe that the mayor will win the election. We all wondered whether the mayor would win the election.

I for one would prefer for the mayor to win the election. In this chapter we develop a theory which allows trees with empty elements.

In English, overt complementizers occur only in embedded clauses. But we will say that all clauses have complementizers and that some of these complementizers are covert or empty.

What does this mean? Are we saying something different from what we say about determiners in NP? That they are optional, sometimes there and sometimes not?

Yes, it's different. What we're saying really is that there's a complementizer position in the clause, and it always has an effect, whether it's filled or not. We're also saying that other things besides complementizers may fill this position.Successfully using the paralleling technique depends largely on maintaining certain essential conditions.

To achieve parallelism between the film and tooth i. However, remember that as the object-to-film distance increases, the image magnification or distortion also increases.

To compensate, manufacturers are recessing the target focal spot into the back of the tube head. The anatomic configuration of the oral cavity determines the distance needed between film and object and varies among individuals. The major advantage of the paralleling technique, when done correctly, is that the image formed on the film will have both linear and dimensional accuracy. The major disadvantages are the difficulty in placing the film packet and the relative discomfort the patient must endure as a result of the film holding devices used to maintain parallelism.

The latter is particularly acute in patients with small mouths and in children. In certain circumstances the film and holder may be slightly tipped toward the palate to accommodate oral space and patient comfort. Too much palatal tipping will throw off all parallel planes. Intro Dental Radiography I. Search this site. Lecture 7: Bisecting Technique. Paralleling Technique for Periapical X-rays.

The film is placed parallel to the long axis of the tooth in question and the central x-ray beam should be directed perpendicular to the long axis of the tooth. It is critical to remember to take the root anatomy into consideration when planning an x-ray.

Also the patient's maxillary occlusal plane should be parallel to the floor. The chair should be positioned high enough so that you can easily see the occlusal surfaces of the maxillary teeth first. When you are finished with the maxillary films, lower the chair for the mandibular views. Look at every patient's mouth before inserting the film. Observe the contact areas. Check for any sores that might be exacerbated by the films. If there are large apthous ulcers, consider altering the technique to avoid touching them.Slideshare uses cookies to improve functionality and performance, and to provide you with relevant advertising.

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The third step, So, there is a lot of Today we're going to not talk about sorting. This is an exciting new development. We know that what we're looking We're going to talk about another problem, a related problem, but a different problem.

We're going to talk about another problem that we would like to solve in linear time. Last class we talked about we could do sorting in linear time. To do that we needed some additional assumptions. Today we're going to look at a problem that really only needs linear time, even though at first glance it might look like it requires sorting. So this is going to be an easier problem.

The problem is I give you a bunch of numbers. Let's call them elements. And they are in some array, let's say. And they're in no particular order, so unsorted. I want to find the kth smallest element. This is called the element of rank k. In other words, I have this list of numbers which is unsorted. And, if I were to sort it, I would like to know what the kth element is.

But I'm not allowed to sort it. This is another possible definition of the problem. And we would like to do better than that. So you could sort, what's called the array A, and then return A[k].

That is one thing we could do. And if we use heap sort or mergesort, this will take n lg n time. We would like to do better than n lg n. Ideally linear time. The problem is pretty natural, straightforward. It has various applications. Depending on how you choose k, k could be any number between 1 and n. Any suggestions of what the name is? The minimum. That's easy.People do not make revolutions eagerly any more than they do war. There is this difference, however, that in war compulsion plays the decisive role, in revolution there is no compulsion except that of circumstances.

A revolution takes place only when there is no other way out. And the insurrection, which rises above a revolution like a peak in the mountain chain of its events, can be no more evoked at will than the revolution as a whole.

The masses advance and retreat several times before they make up their minds to the final assault. Damp winds blew off the Gulf of Finland, but there were no warm clothes in the shops. Just window after window full of flowers, corsets, dog collars, false hair -- bourgeois items for which there was absolutely no demand.

Lines for bread, sugar and tobacco started forming at four o'clock in the morning. On September 25,Kerensky appointed a new cabinet. It was the fourth provisional Government, the third coalition and the seventh major reshuffling since the revolution had gotten underway back in February.

The town of Reval, the last stronghold between the Germans and Petrograd, was evacuated by the Russians on October 3rd. Every day now, the people of Petrograd asked the government when their city would be evacuated. Barges floated down the Neva, laden with the art treasures of the Hermitage as well as sacks full of papers from all the ministries.

One barge sank. Indeed, it didn't matter. Every day hundreds of thousands of "hungry, tired and angry people" listened to Bolshevik propaganda served up gratis on the streets of Petrograd. It was a simple message, according to Sukhanov: "The rich have lots of everything, the poor have nothing.

Everything will belong to the poor. Leon Trotskythe "famous leader of the bandits and the hooligans," caused a sensation at the pre-parliament.

He openly accused the government and the bourgeoisie of encouraging the "bony hand of hunger," to strangle the revolution. He said they were preparing to surrender the capital as part of a government conspiracy. Such a statement drew shouts from the right, shouts about Germans, sealed trains and the cry of "Bastard!

Sukhanov thought that they were "now taking up arms against the entire old world.

They had "put an end to the united front of the democracy for ever. The lust for blood fueled by class hatred was strong. Manors and country estates were burning. In a village near Baku, half a dozen ragged deserters bayoneted an elderly general who had told them, "this is my single fault. I love Russia. I love my people, I demand that you let me go. Essential to a successful Bolshevik takeover was deception.

And it was Leon Trotsky who was brilliant in formulating its tactics. The country was in no mood for a single party power. An uprising carried out under the slogan of the Soviet, Trotsky realized, was "something quite different. There was not the slightest chance of a Bolshevik victory in a national Soviet election so the existing Congress was illegally packed with Bolsheviks.Just enough force to keep object at rest.

The child and sled combo has a mass of 30 kg and the coefficient of kinetic friction is 0. For each case: What is the frictional force opposing his efforts? What is the acceleration of the child? What is the minimum ms required to prevent a sled from slipping down a hill of slope 30 degrees?

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Energy is conserved! Work Relates force to change in energy r r r W F x f xi Fx cos. A man holds a 50 lb box at waist level for 10 minutes. Has he done any work during this time?

Man does positive work lifting box Man does negative work lowering box. He slides on ice where the frictional force is 36 N. How far will the skater slide before he stops?

Non-conservative forces still conserve energy! Find his speed 5. Neglect air resistance. What is the skiers speed at the bottom? Initially, Ball 1 moves horizontally. Ball 2 moves upward. Ball 3 moves downward. Neglecting air resistance, which ball has the fastest speed when it hits the ground?

Example 5. Assume the pulley and incline are frictionless. If Tarzan starts at an angle of 30 degrees with respect to the vertical and has no initial speed, what is his speed at the bottom of the arc? Learn more about Scribd Membership Home. Read free for days Sign In. Much more than documents. Discover everything Scribd has to offer, including books and audiobooks from major publishers. Start Free Trial Cancel anytime. Lecture 6. Uploaded by rookee.