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Poverty

Poverty

We explain what poverty is, its causes, consequences and the types of poverty that exist. In addition, figures in Mexico and the world. 1 billion people in the world are in extreme poverty. What is poverty? Poverty is a socioeconomic condition in which resources are scarce , or the tools necessary to acquire them on a regular basis

Constructivism

We explain to you what is constructivism and who founded this pedagogical school. In addition, its differences with the traditional model. Constructivism provides students with the tools for their own learning. What is constructivism? It is called `` constructivism '' a school of pedagogy based on the principles of the constructivist theory of knowledge , that is, in the understanding of teaching as a dynamic, participatory task, in which the student is provided with the tools to develop the resolutions to the problems that arise

Specific Properties of Matter

We explain to you what the specific properties of matter are and the main characteristics of each of them with useful examples. The properties of matter allow us to classify it and find out more about its origins. What are the specific properties of matter? The matter we know has numerous characteristics that allow us to classify it, order it and find out more about its origins

Loss of profit

We explain to you what is the lost profit and when this situation occurs. In addition, methods of calculation and examples of loss of profit. In many cases, insurers offer their insured compensation for lost profits. What is lossless profit? There is talk of a ceasing profit law when a form of property damage occurs which consists in the impediment of a legitimate economic gain or the loss of an economic profit as a result of the actions or decisions of a third party

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Faraday Law

Faraday Law

We explain to you what Faraday's law is, electromagnetic induction, its history, formula and examples. In addition, Lenz's law. Faraday's law studies electromagnetic force in a closed circuit. What is Faraday's Law? The Faraday Electromagnetic Induction Law, known simply as the Faraday Law, is a principle of physics formulated by British scientist Michel Faraday in 1831

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Planet Earth

Planet Earth

We explain everything about the planet Earth, its origin, the emergence of life, its structure, movement and other characteristics. Planet Earth is the third closest to the Sun in the Solar System. Planet Earth We call Earth, planet Earth or simply Earth, the planet we inhabit. It is the third planet in the Solar System starting to count from the Sun, located between Venus and Mars

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Agrarian

Agrarian

We explain to you what is agrarian and what aspects it refers to. In addition, agriculture in history and what is agricultural law. The `` agrarian '' world is as old as humanity itself. What is it? The term `` agrarian '' means everything related to rural life and rural economic exploitation: planting and plant cultivation, animal husbandry, The collection of fruits, etc

Pulse

Pulse

We explain to you what the cardiac pulse is, one of the most important vital signs. How and where is it measured? Normal values ​​of pulsation. Depending on the age ranges, different expected parameters are observed. What is the pulse? The pulse is an arterial movement generated by the heartbeats card acos and serves as a measurement of the same. Th

Sociology

Sociology

We explain what sociology is and what are the methods of study it uses. In addition, how it is classified and sociological theories. Sociology focuses on the study of the analysis and description of life in society. What is Sociology? The term sociology comes from the Latin soc us and lodge that mean individual or partner and study respectively, so broadly it could be defined as the study of the individual or partner

Exothermic reaction

Exothermic reaction

We explain to you what an exothermic reaction is and its differences with an endothermic reaction. In addition, examples of this chemical reaction. Exothermic reactions release energy. What is an exotic reaction? An exothermic reaction is understood (from the Greek exo , out, and thermos , calor ) those reactions that The threads that produce or release energy , whether in the form of heat, light or other forms of energy

Voltage

Voltage

We explain what the voltage is and the types of voltage that exist. In addition, what does Ohm's Law consist of and how is this magnitude measured? Voltage is the work of an electric field on a particle. What is the voltage? It is known as `` voltage, '' electric potential difference or electric voltage to the magnitude that accounts for the difference in the electric potential between two points determined or, also, it is understood as the work per unit of electric charge that exerts on a particle an electric field , to be able to move it between two determined points

Peruvian jungle

Peruvian jungle

We explain to you what is the Peruvian jungle, or Peruvian Amazon, its history, location, relief, flora and fauna. In addition, examples of other forests. The Peruvian jungle occupies 782, 880 km2. What is the Peruvian jungle? It is known as the Peruvian jungle or, more correctly, the Peruvian Amazon in the portion of the territory of Peru that is occupied by large areas of jungle biome belonging to the Amazon South American It is a leafy, tall and tall plant extension, in which there is the largest share of biodiversity and endemisms in the continental world

Hydrosphere

Hydrosphere

We explain to you what the hydrosphere is and how it is distributed on planet Earth. In addition, some features of this system. The Earth is the only planet in the Solar System that has liquid water deposits. What is the hydrosphere? In the field of Earth Sciences, the system of deposits and circulations of water on the solid surface of the planet is known as the ` ` hydrosphere '' , and which includes oceans, seas, lakes, rivers, groundwater, ice and snow

Solar panel

Solar panel

We explain what a solar panel is and who invented this device. In addition, how it works and what it is used for. The solar panel is considered an alternative alternative to traditional forms of energy. What is a solar panel? The solar panels or solar modules are devices designed to capture electromagnetic radiation from the Sun , for later use and transformation into various forms of useful energy, such as thermal energy (obtained through solar collectors) and electrical energy (obtained through photovoltaic panels)