2. Develop a list of points
3. Structure and organize your main points
4. Add supporting content to your main points
5. Review and Edit
According to your textbook the first step in preparing to research your topic is to: a. Examine your own experience(s).
To start a research topic it is important to examine own experiences. In the moment of speaking having recollected information from expierence, gives a plus to what is going to be said.
B. Create subtopics for each of your main points.
Outlining is the process that allows the writer to ensure the organized development of the ideas by categorizing the main points and formulating the structure of paragraphs. It includes the creation of subtopics for each main point as it would assist to set up and coordinate the ideas to organize in such a manner that each idea complements and corresponds to each other. This would ensure the effective development of ideas to be presented to the readers more clearly and constructively.
C. Reorganize your notes
How Your Lungs Work
Your lungs bring fresh oxygen into your body. They remove the carbon dioxide and other waste gases that your body's doesn't need.
To breathe in (inhale), you use the muscles of your rib cage – especially the major muscle, the diaphragm. Your diaphragm tightens and flattens, allowing you to suck air into your lungs. To breathe out (exhale), your diaphragm and rib cage muscles relax. This naturally lets the air out of your lungs.
To get the oxygen your body needs, you inhale air through your mouth and nose. The mucous membranes in your mouth and nose warm and moisten the air, and trap particles of foreign matter (like dirt and dust). The air passes through the throat into the trachea (windpipe).
The trachea divides into the left and right bronchi. Like a branch, each bronchus divides again and again, becoming narrower and narrower.
Your smallest airways end in the alveoli, small, thin air sacs that are arranged in clusters like bunches of balloons. When you breathe in by enlarging the chest cage, the "balloons" expand as air rushes in to fill the vacuum. When you breathe out, the "balloons" relax and air moves out of the lungs.
Tiny blood vessels surround each of the 300 million alveoli in the lungs. Oxygen moves across the walls of the air sacs, is picked up by the blood and carried to the rest of the body. Carbon dioxide or waste gas passes into the air sacs from the blood and is
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A: Be sure the formula is in the form t=d/v because we want to find the value of t. Additional info needed: d = distance from Sun to Earth (an average value because orbit of Earth is not a perfect circle) v = velocity (or speed) of light And, if we want the answer in minutes, we may need to convert seconds to minutes. The value of v (meters/sec) and d (meters) should be compatible, or we have to convert them also.
B: d=vt d/v = t [divide both sides by v]
C:d = 93,000,000 miles (rounded)
v = 671,000,000 miles/hr (the speed of light, rounded)
D:t = d/v = 93000000/671000000 = 0.14 hours (rounded) This is (0.14)*60 = 8.4 minutes or 8 minutes 24 seconds
E: 128100/5280=24.621 miles
t=0.07222 times 3600
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