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1. Simple Repitition Method
The classical method, very popular as in committing poems to memory by reading them over and over.
2. Full Concentration Method
Concentrate on the topic content while learning. Do not allow your mind to wander. Focus on names and numbers. Try deliberately to remember. Your approach should not be casual. Review soon after you learn, lest memory should fade away.
3. Visual Encoding Method
Translate information into visual formats like pictures, charts, diagrams, tables and graph.
4. Logical Organisation
Matter that is logically organised is retained better than the disjointed floating bits of information. Infuse meaning into what ever you learn. No “Nonsense Syllables”.
5. Mnemonics Method
Few good people try this method to learn some complicated series. There is no harm in using memory crutches like it, after grasping the spirit of the lesson. VIBGYOR is the most famous mnemonic that helps up to list the seven rainbow colors in their appropriate order. Once, I had remembered the name of the planets in the order of their distances from the sum by the acrostics “My very enlightened mother just served us noodles-in plates”, as it tells me the names of nine planets ( off course now they are eight, but I learned it earlier than the removal of pluto), in the order: Mercury, Venus, Earth, Mars, Jupiter, Saturn, Uranus, Neptune and Pluto.
6. Mock Teaching Method
If you find a particular portion of a chapter difficult to digest, imagine that you are teaching to a student sitting before you. Explain virtually the content of the lessen. The idea will get hammered into your mind.
7. Rhyming Method
Scholars say that verses are better than prose. Change any definition into verse and try to rhym them. Remember, I discuss just verses, and not poetry.
8. Chunking Method
Very popular method. You can divide a big list into a number of bits or chunks. For example, to remember a mobile number of ten digits, people usually split it to three or more chunks.
This involves the principal of association. First make a list of ten or twenty convenient pegs or key words that you can easily recall in the right sequence. For example, in alphabetical order, ant, butterfly, cat, dog, elephant, fox, and so on (Living beings are arranged). Cartoons also help in pegging.
This is the best method for that student, who want to learn very complicated topics. When you blog about any topic, you use all the nine methods listed above in your post. I got blogging, superior method to other nine.
- What is an easy way to remember the planets (wiki.answers.com)
What does “The Solar System” mean?
The Solar System means the system of the Sun. All bodies under the gravitational influence of our local star, the Sun, together with the Sun, form the Solar System.
Bodies? What kind of bodies?
•The largest bodies, orbiting the Sun, including Earth are called planets.
•Often smaller cool bodies called satellites or moons, orbit a planet.
•Bodies smaller than than the planets that orbit the sun are classed as
asteroids if they are rocky or metallic, comets if they are mostly ice and dust, and meteoroids if they are very small. Most comets release gases as they near the heat of sun, producing a luminous cloud called coma & often a long tail. A meteoroid that burns in Earth’s atmosphere is a meteor, while one that reaches Earth without burning completely becomes a meteorite.
• After the exclusion of Pluto from the planet category, a new category is formed: Dwarf Planet.
Elements of Solar System:
Stars: (1) The Sun
Planets: (8) Mercury, Venus, Earth, Mars, Jupiter, Saturn, Uranus, Neptune.
Dwarf Planets: (4) Pluto, Charon, Eris, Ceres- along with the numerous satellites that travels around most of planets.
In this article, I shall discuss about the Sun only. Further bodies will be discussed in Part IV & V. While, next Part i.e. PART III, will bring you into the interior of Sun. I suggest you again to read Part I of this Series.
SnapShots & facts about the Sun:
• Sun is one of more than 100 billion stars in the giant spiral galaxy called the Milky Way.
• Sun is the center of the solar system. Its mass is about 740 times as much as that of all the planets combined.
• It continuously gives off energy in several forms- visible light; invisible infrared, ultra-violet, X-rays and γ -rays, cosmic rays, radio waves and plasma.
•The Sun generally move in almost circular orbits around the galactic center at an average speed of about 250 km per second.
•It takes 250 million years to complete one revolution round the center. This period is called a Cosmic Year.
•It’s energy is generated by nuclear fusion in its interior. It is calculated that the Sun consumes about 4million tonnes of hydrogen every second. At this rate, it is expected to burn out its stock of hydrogen in about 5billion years and turn into a red giant.
Absolute Visual Magnitude: 4.75
Diameter: 1,384,000 km
Time of one Rotation as seen from the Earth: 25.38days (at equator) to 33days (at poles).
Other Elements 2.5%
Age: 4.5 billion years aprox.
Expected lifetime: 10 billion years aprox.
Mean distance from Earth 8.2 light seconds i.e. Aprox. 150 million km.