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なぜdに入るのが③なんですか?④ではないのですか?

Who was the first scientist? It wasn't Isaac Newton. Today, it is generally acknowledged that Newton never thought of himself as a scientist. He couldn't, for the word didn't exist in was not only a scientist, but the greatest scientist who ever lived, yet (Newton his time. Newton thought of himself as a "philosopher," a word that (a)dates back to the ancient Greek thinkers and that comes from Greek words (b)meaning "lover of wisdom." There are different kinds of wisdom we might love, of course. Some philosophers are concerned chiefly with the wisdom derived from the study of the world about us and the manner of its workings. The world { c ℗ about 2 be 3 can 4 referred 5 to 6 us as "nature," from the Latin word meaning “birth." Nature, in other words, is everything that has been created or that has come into being. Philosophers who deal primarily with nature are, therefore, "natural philosophers." Newton thought of himself as a natural philosopher, and the sort of thing he studied was natural philosophy. Thus, when he wrote the book (d) he carefully described his three laws of motion and his theory of universal gravitation—the greatest scientific book ever written-he called it (in Latin) Philosophiae Naturalis Principia Mathematica, which in English is The Mathematical Principles of Natural Philosophy. The Greek word for "natural" is physikos, which in English becomes physical. Natural philosophy might also be spoken of as "physical philosophy, which can be shortened to “physics.” on. Physics As natural philosophy grew and expanded, all kinds of special studies developed. People began to speak of chemistry, of geology, of physiology, and so was whatever was left over, so it didn't suit as a general overall word for natural philosophy. Yet you needed some such short word, for natural philosophy was a seven-syllable mouthful.

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英語 高校生

問5で(3)の訳が問われているのですが なぜafter等もないのに4時間"後"と訳せるのですか?

試験本番でのこの本での 目標時間 目標時間 Lesson 4 103 次の英文を読んで、後の問1~5の設問に答えなさい(固有名詞はそのまま使用し てよい)。 5 15 分 分 22 分 ◆解答・解説本冊 p.6 Here's a possible strategy to boost" memory-exercise four hours after you learn something. In a study published in the July 11, 2016, Current Biology, researchers found that exercise after learning may improve your memory of the new information, but only if done in a specific time window *2. (In the study, 72 participants learned 90 picture-location associations mentally linking an image with new information in order to improve recall over a 40-minute period. They were then randomly assigned to one of (1) three groups: one group exercised immediately, the second exercised four hours later, and the third did not exercise. The exercise routine consisted of 35 minutes of interval 10/training on a fitness bike at an intensity of up to 80% of maximum heart rate. After 48 hours, the participants' memory was tested while their brains were scanned*4 via MRI*5. Those who exercised four hours after the learning session retained*6 information better than the other two groups. The MRI also showed the hippocampus, the brain region involved with learning and memory, - that (2) 15 was more active when information was recalled correctly. Newly learned information turns into long-term knowledge through a process that requires certain brain chemicals that are released during exercise, but more research is needed to understand (3) this phenomenon. (4) It is also not clear why four hours was more beneficial, or if another time frame might produce a similar 20 effect.

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