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dc.contributor.authorGaudio, Anderson Coser-
dc.descriptionDiscusses the main differences between science and art. Shows that while the physical quantities can be measured, we can not objectively and reproducibly quantify the personal feelings that arise from the observation of a work of art. Highlights that the measurement is integral part of our lives, while not always we realize it, and indissociable from the scientific activity-
dc.descriptionNo previous knowledge necessary for use of this resource.-
dc.descriptionEnsino Médio::Física-
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dc.subjectEducação Básica::Ensino Médio::Física::Conhecimentos básicos e fundamentais-
dc.subjectMeasurements; Physical Quantities; Unit; Scale; Measures; Observation-
dc.title[Classes in Physics Flash] [Class 1-1] Measurements - Introduction-
dc.description2The videos presented in this series aim to assist the high school student in the understanding of the fundamental concepts of physics.-
dc.description3For video playback you need a compatible video format .wmv, for example, Windows Media Player or VLC Media Player.-
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