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composition - Layering multiple instruments - Music: Practice ...

In a section like the chorus, how do you get the layering of many instrument ... mix at the same time, the less frequency range each instrument needs to have. ... you can get more instruments to play together in interesting ways even ... briefly, and then go away leaving the other instruments layered as usual.

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Why doesn't the water in rivers, streams and lakes just go into the ...

Nov 15, 2013 ... Sand is a much larger particle than clay and as the particles settle, ... previously suspended in the stream's current to settle to the bottom. ... In its under- consolidated arrangement it is likely that clay will have ... Imagine you have a deck of cards and you build a house of cards by placing cards in a sort of "T" ...

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A child is arranging rocks in layers. He can arrange the rocks, in such way that, any layer has lesser rocks than its base layer. Given n rocks, In how many ways ...

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edited May 9 '18 at 4:04 ... If you divide the FCC unit cell into 8 small cubes then each small cube has 1 tetrahedral void located at its own body center. ... On joining these face centers, an octahedral void is formed. ... the planes that contain the centers of the spheres of the first and second layer, respectively.

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Why are there crushed stones alongside rail tracks? - Quora

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This is what a tiny rock hitting your naked spaceship does. That's ...

May 5, 2017 ... permalink; embed; save; give award ...... Exactly, you can think of the armor as being in layers. ... and that keeps going until you get to the last layer, which has no ... The shockwave from the impact reflects from the bottom side, and its ..... density of matter falls off, so your chances of hitting things is far less.

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If we look at what skin does we can figure out how changing it will impact things. .... Weaved and layered kevlar fabric is basically like some kind of net: it has high ... Your rock people have to have in their skin a) flexibility ... The closely bundled arrangement of veins and arteries at the base of the legs, the ...

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There is more to the Earth than what we can see on the surface. ... Each layer has its own properties, composition, and characteristics that affects ... This means that its internal structure consists of layers, arranged like the skin of an onion. .... igneous rocks (like basalt), the continental crust is less dense and composed of ...

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Homemade salad dressing separates into layers after it sits for a ...

May 9, 2014 ... The short answer is that the transition from mixed salad dressing to two layers is exothermic, and this heat release creates an entropy increase. ... I'm terrible at thermodynamics so there may be several corrections needed to ..... Since entropy causes the rocks to seek a lower energy state (the ground) the ...

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Stacking Liquids - Scientific American

May 26, 2016 ... The key is that all the different layers must have different densities. ... If you choose colored liquids or add food coloring to each layer, you can ... their size and the way they are arranged, different substances will have different densities. ... One cubic centimeter of rock, for example, is much heavier than a ...

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Sedimentary rock - Wikipedia

Sedimentary rocks are types of rock that are formed by the deposition and subsequent ... The particles that form a sedimentary rock are called sediment, and may be ... Sedimentary rocks are deposited in layers as strata, forming a structure called .... When sedimentation continues, an older rock layer becomes buried deeper ...

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Tree - Tree structure and growth | Britannica.com

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rock | Definition, Characteristics, & Types | Britannica.com

Rock: Rock, in geology, naturally occurring coherent aggregate of one or more ... Rock. Quick Facts. Rocks can be any size. Some are smaller than these grains of sand. ... crystals and their host rock typesâ€”are cycled through various forms. ... Layered sandstone produces a gritty texture, whereas coquina may be rough with ...

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Metamorphic rock - Wikipedia

Metamorphic rocks arise from the transformation of existing rock types, in a process called ... The protolith may be a sedimentary, igneous, or existing metamorphic rock. ... to high temperatures and the great pressure of the rock layers above it. They can form from tectonic processes such as continental collisions, which cause ...