Reciprocal

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Reciprocal Teaching
... Reciprocal teaching is an instructional activity that takes the form of a dialogue between teachers and students regarding segments of text for the purpose of constructing ... Reciprocal teaching is a reading technique which is thought to promote the teaching process ... A reciprocal approach provides students with four specific reading strategies that are actively and consciously used to support comprehension Questioning, Clarifying, Summarizing, and Predicting ...
Perspectives On Helping Behavior - Reciprocal Altruism
... Reciprocal altruism is the idea that the incentive for an individual to help in the present is based on the expectation of the potential receipt in the future ... economic trades and business may underlie reciprocal altruism in which products given and received involve different exchanges ...
Classical Hamiltonian Quaternions - Other Operators in Detail - Reciprocal
... If then its reciprocal is defined as The expression Reciprocals have many important applications, for example rotations, particularly when q is a versor ... A versor has an easy formula for its reciprocal In words the reciprocal of a versor is equal to its conjugate ...
Cosec(x) - Right-angled Triangle Definitions - Reciprocal Functions
... The cosecant csc(A), or cosec(A), is the reciprocal of sin(A), i.e ... of the length of the hypotenuse to the length of the opposite side The secant sec(A) is the reciprocal of cos(A), i.e ... The cotangent cot(A) is the reciprocal of tan(A), i.e ...
Reciprocal - Other Uses
... Reciprocal (grammar), a relationship between grammatical agents. ...

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