Cí (pronounced [tsʰǐ]; Chinese: 詞) is a type of lyric poetry in the tradition of Classical Chinese poetry. Cí use a set of poetic meters derived from a base set of certain patterns, in fixed-rhythm, fixed-tone, and variable line-length formal types, or model examples. The rhythmic and tonal pattern of the ci are based upon certain, definitive musical song tunes. They are also known as Changduanju (長短句 / 长短句, "lines of irregular lengths") and Shiyu (詩餘 / 诗馀, "the poetry is besides Shi").
Typically, the number of characters in each line and the arrangement of tones were determined by one of around 800 set patterns, each associated with a particular title, called cípái (詞牌). Originally, they were written to be sung to a tune of that title, with a set rhythm, rhyme, and tempo. Therefore, the title may have nothing to do with its content. Indeed, several ci often shared the same title. The titles did not refer to the content, but rather their shared rhythmic and tonal patterns. Some cí would have a "subtitle" or a commentary, sometimes as long as a paragraph, indicating the content. Sometimes, for the sake of clarity, a cí is listed under its title, followed by its first line.
Cí most often express feelings of desire, often in an adopted persona, but the greatest exponents of the form (such as Chen Weisong 陳維崧/陈维崧 and Su Shi 蘇軾/苏轼) used it to address a wide range of topics.
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Writing about Engines and just muddled up diagrams and confused now. Which PV diagrams is for Compression Ignition and which one for Compression Ignition.
I think one on left is CI and right SI.
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Homework Statement
1 Curie corresponds to the number of decay in 1 gram radium-226 in 1 second. How many Bequerel is 1 Curie?
Homework EquationsThe Attempt at a Solution
Half life: 1600 years
1 gram = 0,001 kg = (0,001/1,660539*10^-27) u
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Homework Statement
Suppose we want to estimate a sample proportion to within 0.05 with 95% confidence, how large will the sample have to be?
There is no other information about the distributions of the population or the sample.
How do I approach this problem?
Homework Equations
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I'm really struggling with a statistical problem:
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I know that \overline{X_1}-\overline{X_2}~N(\mu_1-\mu_2...
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Can a few of you please review the approach I plan to take for obvious errors?
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I running a full CI calculation for low Z elements (up to Ne) in order to obtain the lowest lying electronic energy levels.
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Would it be accurate to say MWI is holding strong in the preferred interpretation, CI is dying out (if not dead already), and BM is continuing to be accepted by more researchers (or better yet, it is being studied by more physicists now more than ever)?
Homework Statement
The half-life of an isotope of phosphorus is 14 days. If sample contains 2.9 × 10^16 decays such
nuclei, determine its activity. Answer in units of Ci.
Homework Equations / The Attempt at a Solution
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Homework Statement
A 95% CI for the population proportion of professional tennis players who earn more than $2 millions a year is found to be [0.82, 0.88]. Given this information the sample size that was used was approximately A) 545 B) 382 C) 233 D) 378
Answer: A) 545
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Hi, i guess this is kind of a stupid line of thought...
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