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They are the objects whose measured speed

as a function of time agrees well with theory.

Q: What can you say about objects whose speed versus time curves are close to the theoretical speed verus time line?

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A polygon must be a closed region without any curves or arches. so you cant close one or two segments to form a polygon

The theoretical frequency of heads will be .5 and as you do more and more coin tosses the observed frequency should get closer and closer to .5. With 100 tosses, it will be pretty close, but not exactly .5

There are infinitely many sets of parameters that will generate a bell shaped curves - or near approximations. The Student's t or binomial, for large sample sizes get very close to the Gaussian distribution. There are others, too.

A yard-stick would be a good example. The height of a standard work surface, for example in the kitchen, would be very close to 1 yard.

Objects that exist in the real world usually have shapes (although they can also be shapeless) and those shapes will bear some resemblance, and in some cases a very close resemblance, to the theoretical shapes of plane and solid geometry, such as triangles, squares, circles, spheres, cubes, etc. But even aside from that, a deep understanding of our universe (and the laws of nature which describe the way it operates) would not be possible without a knowledge of plane and solid shapes. Geometry has implications for every area of mathematics, and mathematics is the language of science.

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Nearsighted people can see objects that are close more clearly than objects that are far away.

these and those are plural (this and that are singular). Use these for objects that are close to you, and those for objects that are not close to you. Why are these books on the table? (books are close). Who are those children? (over there)

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The close objects are the more gravity there will be between them.

Resolution. The higher the resolution, the greater capability of separating the images of two close objects at a certain distance away from the objects.

Not necessarily. There may not even be a way to work out a theoretical probability. Furthermore, there is always a chance, however small, that the experimental probability is way off.

Far-sighted people cannot clearly see nearby objects.

It has more detail.

The sun and Venus.

Convergence

myopia or nearsightedness

Resolution