How to define direct variation.
How to tell if two variables vary directly.
Understanding the concept of genetic variation.
How to define indirect variation.
How to predict the direction of a vector.
How to define joint and combined variation.
How to tell if two variables vary inversely.
How to find the resultant of two forces when they are parallel, opposite, or perpendicular in direction.
The fast evolution of species with a common ancestor.
The rules for using quotation marks.
Understanding the components of vectors.
Understanding the differences between vectors and scalar quantities.
Understanding the variations in the structure and composition of individual molecules with the same chemical formula.
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How to understand what vectors are, and how they can be represented geometrically.
How we measure airspeed, wind, groundspeed, and other variables in navigation.
How to find the vector and parametric equations of a line when given two points on the line.
How to eliminate wordiness and redundancy.