Lesson 25 of science

Whenever you speak into a radio, the audio waves that come from your mouth are converted into electric current. The carrier wave then becomes modulated. This modulated carrier wave can then be amplified depending on the reserve. As a result of the antenna signal, electrons oscillate back and forth, which produces magnetic and electric fields.Continue reading “Lesson 25 of science”

Lesson 20 of science

   This week I learned about soldering. According to the American Heritage dictionary the definition of soldering is a , “fusible alloy used for joining or binding together metal surfaces or joints, as the edges of tin cans, jewelry, and kitchen utensils.” The more wattage you have the more heat that is produced to uniteContinue reading “Lesson 20 of science”

Lesson 15 of science 

The transistor is one of the most important things that has ever been invented. It amplifies   it switches  it stores  There are three terminals: The Source, the gate and the drain. According to Convention the flow of energy goes from the positive charge to the negative charge. It actually goes from the negative charge toContinue reading “Lesson 15 of science “

Lesson 10 :Electronic Components and Theories

Electronic component control electrons in specific ways. Electronic components have two or more leads or terminals. Terminals Connect into a printed circuit board or a (PCB). The placement of the components is determined by the purpose of the circuit. Atoms are basically building blocks of matter. Adams (  atomos) means invisible. Atoms are made ofContinue reading “Lesson 10 :Electronic Components and Theories”

Week 3 of Architecture

This week I learned about landscape design. A few principles in designing your landscape are balance, rhythm, and emphasis. Emphasis adds force and intensity. To stop repetition and make your landscape interesting add at regular intervals.balance can make your landscape formal or informal you can have a symmetrical or an asymmetrical. If you have aContinue reading “Week 3 of Architecture”

Week 2 of Architecture

This week we talked about landscape architecture. There are 3 principles of great architecture, durability, utility and aesthetic quality. Before 1850 most of the landscape was palaces, monasteries and government buildings. Then in 1850-1950 most landscape projects were cemeteries, parks, and suburbs. And from 1950-now most landscapes are malls, office buildings and suburbs. Landscape developersContinue reading “Week 2 of Architecture”

Week 1 of Architecture

This week I learned about what is architecture. The word architect means chief builder. Architecture is the art and science of planning and building buildings. Landscape architecture is building outside environments. Planning, designing and building takes a lot of hard work. You are considered a architect if you build a building, a park, or evenContinue reading “Week 1 of Architecture”

Week 6 of weather

This is my last week of weather and I will be starting landscape architecture.This week I learned about how meteorologists forecast weather.  Meteorologists use many tools to help them forecast weather such as a barometer. A barometer measures air pressure using mercury. There are 3 types of barometer a liquid barometer, a mercury barometer andContinue reading “Week 6 of weather”