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What Does It Mean By Characters Are Constructions

What is the kanji character for "is"?

Belie's answer might be the "closest to the truth", but it isn't completely accurate, since some syllables are missing and one isn't entirely correct.

I guess you want to translate "music is freedom" as a slogan with an identical meaning, right?

音楽が自由だ! (pronounced "ongaku wa jiyuu da!")

The first two kanji, 音楽 , pronounced "ongaku" mean music, the hiragana that follows, が, pronounced "ga", (grammatically) indicates that the following information is contextually new and the next two kanji, 自由 , pronounced "jiyuu", mean freedom. The だ , pronounced "da" at the end of the sentence is sort of a grammatical construction that is needed to "complete" the statement.
The sentence wouldn't be complete and could be misunderstood if it wouldn't be there ... to be a bit more precise, people who read that would expect the sentence or statement to continue if there would be a "だ" or a "です" (a more polite version of the "だ").

I hope, that helped. Feel free to contact me if you have any further questions.

What are character construction and rendering in 3D animation?

As of my knowledge Character construction means Character Animation.Character animation is the art of creating a character move in a two- or three-dimensional context, which involves bringing animated characters. Its a specified part of animation process.In architectural designing, video gaming, animating, visual designing and simulating Rendering plays a vital role, also one of the major topics of 3D graphics.Rendering is the process involved in the generation of a two-dimensional or three-dimensional image from a model by means of application programs.If you are interested to know immense info about 3D Animation I suggest Digital-Lync.The Fastest Growing Educational Hub for Technologies – Digital Lync

What does "building character" mean? What are some examples?

Suffering adversity, going through hard times, facing life’s challenges… all the stuff we go through in this life is supposed to have an indirect purpose. That is it should make us better people. Character usually means that you have some degree of emotional regulation, are able to curb impulsive behavior and, in general, have some degree of maturity.When I got fired from my first job, it was a considerable hit to my self-esteem. But I learned a few lessons and I learned them the hard way.Lets call character building learning from experience.

Do you have to use construction lines when drawing?

You don't have to subscribe to any method you don't want to. However, many beginners believe that construction lines are only used at a rudimentary level - or by more experienced artists trying to teach beginners. But that couldn't be farther from the truth. "Constructions" force you to think logically about a character, so that you can reproduce it at other angles and in different poses.  For figure drawing, it's a great way to maintain the proportions.Memorable characters are not primarily created by adjusting the look of the facial features and hairstyle. Primarily, the unique quality of a character begins with the head shape and proportions. You arrive at this by molding and refining the construction of the head shape. Whenever I run into a challenging drawing, I deconstruct it by creating a logical construction of it, which invariably helps me see what was missing. So you see, creating construction isn't a chore, but rather, an integral part of the invention of a drawing. I would encourage you to try it. Hope that's helpful.

What is the alphabetical construction of your human dignity?

I am not sure. If maybe the question had been "What is the alphabetical construction of your human identity?", then yes, "What is your name?" would be a reasonable "translation". But dignity has to do with one's conduct, rank or worth. That makes it seem more like the question is asking, "What do you call your rank/worth?"

Is the construction of The LEGO Movie vehicles, structures, and characters consistent with the LEGO engineering of the actual toys?

If you're not a perfectionist, yes.If you ARE a perfectionist, no.There are a few instances where the elements are "bent" ever-so-slightly on joints that wouldn't normally allow them to bend that way.  As Larry mentioned, Emmet's legs in the opening scene bend further backwards than a real minifig's legs would allow for.  They occasionally did the same thing with minifig heads (tilting them almost imperceptibly forward or backward), shoulders (allowing them to bend the arms inward a bit), or other parts.There may be elements that appear in colors that have never been made, like pink arches, orange wheels, etc., but it's hard to say for sure.  I doubt that every single element/color combination was checked to that degree.The behavior of certain things was also incorrect, but that's not necessarily against the spirit of the movie.  For instance, in one spot, a non-standard piece is used as a wheel, which wouldn't really allow for rotation because it's a high-friction piece that requires a lot of force to move it (the model would just slide on the "wheel" rather than spin it).  That certainly happened quite a lot, where the physics of the bricks wasn't quite accurate.We also noticed VERY slight discrepancies with the appearance of things like brick seams, surface wear, and texturing.  In many places, it appears that the renderers intentionally exaggerated these features slightly, possibly to try and make sure that the elements looked "real" and not like CGI.  If you're a dedicated LEGO hobbyist with an eye for detail, it's noticeable.  But most people probably wouldn't pick up on it.In general, though, they were VERY faithful to LEGO elements.

What is monolithic concrete construction? Is it durable like RCC?

Monolithic concrete construction simply means constructing the whole structure as a single continuous structure. i.e. no connections or joints are provided between members and whole structure is ideally constructed at the same time. Which basically means casting of columns, beams, slabs and other structural members should be done simultaneously which is practically impossible.Expansion joints can’t be provided in monolithic structure which makes structures weaker and prone to cracking. Also it may lead to residual stress development in the structure.Monolithic construction can also be done using RCC. What we generally see is called step wise construction where we construct members of structure in different steps, where sometimes we have to provide construction joint if structure is large enough.Hope this helps

How would one apply the principle of parsimony to the construction of a phylogenetic tree?

a) Choose the tree in which the branch points are based on as many shared derived characters as possible.


b) Choose the tree with the fewest branch points.


c) Choose the tree that represents the fewest evolutionary changes, either in DNA sequences or morphology.


d) Base phylogenetic trees only on the fossil record, as this provides the simplest explanation for evolution.


e) Choose the tree that assumes all evolutionary changes are equally probable.

Meaning of Chinese characters on The Killers' album Hot Fuss?

What do the Chinese characters on the cover of The Killers' album Hot Fuss mean? And - bonus question - where was the photo taken? Are there really these neon signs on top of buildings somewhere or is it all photoshop'd?

//edit: as far as I know by now the photo was probably shot in Japan and the characters, each read alone, mean "constructive", "material", "open", "distribute". Together, however it was said to mean "construction material development".
Correct me if I'm wrong...

What does the term SAE Heaped means?

*Volume = Cross Sectional Area x Length

We all know that the volume is calculated by multiplying
Width x Height x Length or Area of the end xLength.
But what if the area is not a simple geometric shape, or in the case of Heavy Equipment Buckets, then how to define the shape for the volume to be calculated?

The total amount of material carried by a bucket is the amount inside the bucket plus the amount piled on top of it. This is called the Heaped or Rated Capacity. The amount of material piled on top of the bucket, (heap), is determined by the angle of repose of the material being handled. The Society for Automotive Engineers, SAE, for purposes of creating a standard for comparatively rating buckets, has defined two different angles of repose:

Wheel Loader Buckets; 2:1
Hydraulic Excavator Buckets; 1:1.
Of course, if Actual Capacity is being calculated for a specific bucket to handle a specific material for which an actual angle of repose is known, then the actual angle of repose is substituted.