An exercise 104


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    Pelenitsyna Larisa Vladimirovna, stream number 2, group number 1. Module 1. Method

    use by the teacher of the means and resources of the information educational environment of primary education 1.4 theme:Designing a lesson using ITS resources

    How animals adapt to living conditions.

    • Objectives. Complement children's ideas about animal life, reveal the main ways of adapting to living conditions; broaden the general horizons of children; to form an attentive and careful attitude towards the surrounding nature.
    • Equipment. Computer presentation, based on the disc "The Great Encyclopedia of Cyril and Methodius 2005". Textbook "The World Around" (authors N.F. Vinogradova, G.S. Kalinova ), notebook "Learning to know the world" №1 (NF Vinogradova), tables, colour pencils,
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    Animal world of the Earth

    • Fish
    • Amphibians
    • Reptiles
    • Insects
    • Birds
    • Mammals (beasts)
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    How animals adapt to living conditions

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    (Sleep lightly, may wake up from noise)

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    • Hedgehog
    • The bats

    (Deep dream, body temperature decreases, breathing and heart rate slow down)

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    • Beavers gather branches underwater.
    • Squirrels are dragged into the hollows of nuts, stomach, mushrooms.
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    In lean years, animals leave their habitats and go quite far from them, there, Where

    can feed.

    • European hares
    • proteins
    • Wild boar
    • Foxes
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    Many birds, to escape the cold and hunger, in autumn they fly away to warm lands.

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    By winter, the fur of many animals (proteins, hare, deer) and plumage of birds (white hens, capercaillie)

    getting thicker.

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    And now, guys, got up.

    Hands raised quickly,

    To the sides, forward, ago.

    We turned right, to the left,

    Quietly sat down to work again.

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    Many animals disguise themselves as their environment.

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    video clip

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    video clip

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    Have a protective body covering

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    video clip

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    Many animals live in groups. This allows them to defend themselves from enemies and find food..

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    video clip

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    video clip

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    Fish school.

    video clip

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    Flies to us with warmth,

    A long way.

    Sculpts a house under the window

    Of grass and clay.

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    Teremok is crawling.

    Carries him on himself

    The hostess is rich, horned.

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    Under the pines, under the trees

    There is a bag of needles.

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    Parents and children

    All clothes made of coins.

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    How animals adapt to living conditions

    • Make stocks
    • Live in groups
    • Have a protective body covering
    • Fly away to warm lands
    • Change fur and plumage
    • Disguised
    • Leave their habitats
    • Hibernate
    • the colony
    • a family
    • herd
    • joint

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Traits of adaptability to the environment and their result

for instance, the frog's body merges with the color of the water, grass and makes it invisible to predators. The white hare changes color from gray to white in winter, which helps him to be invisible against the background of snow.

The chameleon is considered a champion in camouflage practice.. But, Alas, opinion about, that it adjusts to the color of the place, in which is, somewhat simplifies the real picture. The color change of this amazing lizard is a response to the effects of air temperature, sun UV rays, and even depends on the mood.

And the ladybug, instead of disguising, uses a different strategy for choosing a color - scaring. Its deep red color with black dots signals that, that this insect can be poisonous. This is not true, but what's the difference, if such a move helps to survive?

Woodpecker head is a great example of the formation of a specific body shape, structure and functioning of organs. The bird has a powerful, but with an elastic beak, very long thin tongue and cushioning system, which protects the brain from trauma during the strongest blows of the bird's beak on the tree trunk.

A curious find - "aggression" in plants. Stinging nettle petals are a great protection against herbivores. Camel's thorn has reshaped leaves and roots, thanks to which it successfully retains moisture in desert conditions. Sundew feeding method, eating flies, allows her to receive nutrients in a very uncharacteristic way for a plant.


Principle of operation of digital thermometers Testo 103, Text 104, Text 104 IR BT is based on the measurement of electrical signals, coming to the electronic unit from the probes, immersed in the measured environment, and converting them to the value of the measured temperature, displayed on the liquid crystal display, located on the front of the instrument.

Testo thermometers 104 IR BTs also have an infrared measurement channel, in which the thermal radiation of the object's surface is captured by the lens and focused on the receiver, which converts it into an electrical signal. This thermometer provides the ability to set the value of the emissivity of the object.

Digital thermometers Testo 103, Text 104, Text 104 IR BT are portable and consist of a self-powered electronic unit, permanent probe (primary temperature transducer) and (Text 104 IR BT) built-in pyrometric channel.

The body is in two parts, connected by plastic latches. To avoid unauthorized opening, the joint of the two body parts is protected by a decay sticker with the inscription "testo".

Varieties and designations of muzzle constrictions and attachments

Experts highlight 6 the main types of choke smoothbore guns, although there are several more.

In brackets - the international marking of the specified muzzle restrictions. All values ​​are in mm.

C - (Cylinder or C), this is how the cylinder is designated

The second name is a bell, since its narrowing is not provided, but it is allowed to change the diameter within 0,2. No notches.


  • To ensure an even density of the "scree" of the shot and increase the radius of its expansion.
  • Provides for shooting all types of hunting ammunition. As any fraction numbers (cartridges), and types of bullets.
  • Increases the effectiveness of the shot at distances up to 25 m.

CN - (Improved Cylinder или IC), pressure cylinder

Muzzle constriction - minimal (within 0,15 – 0,25). Notch IIII Imp. Cylinder (weak chok, taken for 0,25).


Narrowing - from 1 to 0,5. Choke notch - III Modified.


34 – (Improved Modified или IM), pay increased

Muzzle constriction within 0,2 – 0,75. Nozzle Notch - II Imp. Modified (0,75; middle choke).


  • Similarly, but such a muzzle narrowing increases the accuracy of the battle to 60%.
  • Muzzle attachments are advisable to use, if shooting is done with small shots, from a long distance to a fairly large game. For example, you can "take" the hare by the 3rd number of meters with 50 – 60.

IF - (Full or F), full choke

Muzzle constriction from 0,4 to 1. The nozzle is marked with I Full choke (1,0).


  • Accuracy increases by 65 – 75%. But only when shooting with a shot no higher than "three".
  • When using buckshot or shot 1 – 2 numbers the consistency of the battle is not guaranteed. It changes from shot to shot.

Rare muzzle constrictions

NC - cut chocks

A separate type of muzzle constrictions, called "paradoxes".


  • Usually, such weapons are used by professionals, big game hunters. Shooting is carried out from long distances (to 150 m) special bullets.
  • It is possible to equip cartridges with shot. In this case, the result is identical to the payday, and that, not always. Therefore, this is rarely practiced by hunters..

ULF - very strong choke (from 1, 25 to 1,45)


When choosing muzzle attachments, you need to pay attention to these characteristics, as a coefficient of thickening and uniformity of debris (that is, the parameters of the inner and outer rings). And the indicator of the battle of a particular muzzle attachment in relation to a specific gun otherwise than in practice, do not check

On a note!

  • If you carefully study all the possibilities of your weapon when firing various ammunition, from different distances, it's not a fact, that a hunter cannot do without baits. It's much easier (and more convenient) have a stock of "different caliber" cartridges, what to constantly do on the hunt reinstalling muzzle devices. If she is running, it is hardly advisable to carry an extra load with you, especially when traveling long distances. For example, when hunting a hare, in the fields.
  • Moreover, such a gun requires more careful maintenance. This primarily concerns the place of the threaded connection. It will have to be constantly lubricated, otherwise, if corrosion appears, the installation of the muzzle attachment will turn into a big problem.

The author advises to think carefully, before purchasing such devices. There is enough trouble with them, including, and in terms of storage organization. With a large selection of cartridges, from various manufacturers, shooting efficiency can be improved without muzzle attachments. Although this is largely determined by the skills of the hunter, practice, gun features. properly, it's up to you, dear reader.

Good luck hunting!

Part III. Test fixtures and drives

I51.08.00.00 Device for checking the directionality of the sides of the washers
И52.09.00.00 Torque wrench force up to 118J (12 kgf)I53.11.00.00 Intermediate support
I54.15.00.00 Draw-off clutch I55.16.00.00 Device for checking the runout of the end of the gear block
I56.56.00.00 Oil sprayer, double atomization I57.32.00.00 Device for checking the springs
I58.40.00.00 Dynamometric shaft for 390J (40 kgf)I59.59.00.00 Device for checking the end of the satellite I60.60.00.00 Head for honing the cylinder d86
I61.61.00.00 Device for testing cams
I62.62.00.00 Head of the tool for checking the thread
I63.43.00.00 Block for assembling boards
I64.44.00.00 Pneumatic time relay I65.65.00.00 Device for testing springs for compression
I66.47.00.00 Pneumo-hydraulic amplifier
I67.77.00.00 Pressure regulator
I68.78.00.00 Ball variator
I69.79.00.00 Sliding pulley of continuously variable transmission
I70.90.00.00 Conical variator
I71.91.00.00 V-belt variator with sliding pulleys
И72.72.00.00 Single-stage planetary reducer i = 4.66
I73.93.00.00 Safety clutch
I74.96.00.00 Ball variator
I75.99.00.00 Device for determining the correct round shape of the tire

Payment order

The form of this document was developed specifically for cashless settlements and put into circulation by the Central Bank of the Russian Federation in the position 2012 year number 383-P.

In addition to describing the form itself, the regulatory document of the Central Bank of the Russian Federation contains other details, which must be filled in without fail. These include the field 104. In a payment order 2019 year it remained unchanged.

IN 2013 year, the Ministry of Finance of our state issued order No. 107н, who approved the developed rules for entering information, which allow you to identify the payment. According to paragraph 5 this order, all transactions must be completed with the indication of the KBK. Moreover, its format must meet a number of requirements.

  1. KBK consists of 20 characters. Deviation up and down is unacceptable.
  2. All in KBK 20 values ​​cannot be zeros.

In addition, each digit of this code must have its own meaning.. By order of the Ministry of Finance 2013 year No. 65n they are detailed. According to these regulations, the budget classification code must follow this format (cm. table below).

Also see. "Payment order at the request of the IFTS: filling features ".

Decryption of any KBK
The order of the numbers What does
first 3 Contains information about the payee
From the 4th to the 13th Talk about the type of income, which goes to the budget
From the 14th to the 20th Subtype of income

Slide captions:

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Western Directorate of the Ministry of Education and Science of the Samara Region District competition of research projects of younger schoolchildren "Gulliver" The world around How animals adapt to life in the city Completed : Fedorova Margarita Morozenko Daria students 2 "B" class GBOU Secondary School No. 17 Head: Golubeva Tamara Aleksandrovna primary school teacher SYZRAN 2014

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There was a dog ...

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PLAN of work on the project 1 Theme selection 2 Animal observation 3 Finding additional information) Working with books, magazines, internet b) The stories of friends and acquaintances in) Conducting a survey of classmates 4 Preparation of text and photos for the project 5 Preparation of project presentation

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Study participants - students 2 class Fedorova Margar ita and Morozenko Daria.

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Research object - stray dogs

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The purpose of the study is to find out, Are the animals in the city actually getting smarter?, and why is this happening.

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Research sites - street, public transport, catering places.

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Research methods - observation of animals, search for information in the library, in the Internet, classmates survey.

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SURVEY 1 Do you have pets? (if there's, then who)___________ 2 Where do you most often see stray animals??_____________ 3 Have you watched them live? ( Where do they sleep? How to get their own food? ) 4 How do you think, who are smarter than pets or homeless? 5 Tell us an interesting case from the life of animals, confirming their intelligence and ingenuity. (home or homeless)

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As a result of the survey, the opinions of our classmates were divided when answering the question: Who is smarter: pets or stray animals? For home- about 30% classmates For the homeless -55%. And 15% answered , as those, and other smart.

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Research result and conclusion - we have made sure, that dogs and other animals, living next to people, are actually getting smarter. So they have a better chance of surviving and raising offspring.. This is natural selection, fight for survival.

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The process of adaptation of stray dogs to life in the city continues, and everyone can witness this.


Software (BY) reflected in the table 1.

Table 1 – Software

Identity data (signs)




Software identification name

0560 0103

0563 0104

0560 1045

Version number (an identification number) BY

V01.00, not less

V01.00, not less

V01.00, not less

Digital software identifier

The design of thermometers excludes the possibility of unauthorized influence on software and measurement information.

The level of protection of software and measurement information from intentional and unintentional changes is high in accordance with R 50.2.077-2014.

Geographic speciation

It is also appropriate to use the term "allopatric" formation of species. It is associated with the expansion of the habitat, when the species occupies ever larger territories. Or with that, that the territory is divided by natural barriers - rivers, mountains, etc..

In such a situation, there is a collision with new conditions and new "neighbors" - species, with whom to learn to interact. Over time, this leads to, that thanks to the ability to adapt, the species is developing and genetically fixing new beneficial traits.

Representatives of geographically isolated populations do not interbreed with each other. As a result, they begin to possess a number of rather striking differences from their relatives.. So, The marsupial wolf and the carnivorous wolf, as a result of selection, diverged quite far in their features.


are shown in the table 2.

Contact measurements


Thermometer digital

Text 103

Text 104

Text 104 IR BT

Temperature measurement range

from minus 30 to plus 220 ° C

from minus 50 to plus 250 ° C

from minus 50 to plus 250 ° C

Limits of permissible error of temperature measurements


0,5 ° C (from minus 30 to plus 100 ° C incl.) relative:

1,0 % from measured value (st. a plus 100 ° C)


1,0 ° C (from minus 50,0 to plus 30,0 ° C incl.)

0,5 ° C (st. minus 30,0 to plus 100 ° C incl.) relative:

1,0 % from measured value (st. a plus 100 ° C)

Non-contact measurements


Digital thermometer Testo 104 IR BT

Temperature measurement range

from minus 30 to plus 250 ° C

Limits of permissible error of temperature measurements

absolute: 2,5 ° C (from minus 30,0 to minus 20,0 ° C incl.)

2,0 ° C (st. minus 20,0 to plus 100 ° C incl.) relative: 1,5 % from measured value (st. a plus 100 ° C)


0,1 ° C

0,1 ° C

0,1 ° C

Dimensions, no more:

with open probe (LxWxH) assembled (LxWxH)

189 x 35 x 19 mm

116 x 35 x 19 mm

265 x 48 x 19 mm

162 x 48 x 19 mm

281 x 48 x 21 mm 178 x 48 x 21 mm

Weight, no more

0,049 kg

0,165 kg

0,207 kg


2 h CR2032

2 х AAA

2 х AAA

Operating temperature

from minus 20 to plus 60 ° C

from minus 20 to plus 50 ° C

Storage temperature

from minus 30 to plus 70 ° C

from minus 30 to plus 50 ° C

Relative humidity, no more

80 %

Part IV. Mechanisms of cars and tractors

I76.01.00.00 Dump truck tipping mechanism cylinder I77.06.00.00 Bus door control valve
I78.07.00.00 Centrifugal clutch
I79.14.00.00 Car engine oil pump
I80.19.00.00 Single-acting diaphragm actuator
I81.20.00.00 Friction clutch
I82.22.00.00 Water pump of the car engine
I83.83.00.00 Differential of the rear axle of the car
I84.25.00.00 Rear brake chamber of the car
I85.31.00.00 Rear brake chamber of the MAZ-210 car
I86.33.00.00 Longitudinal steering rod of the MAZ-200 car
I87.87.00.00 Flexible connecting coupling
I88.37.00.00 Multi-plate friction clutch I89.89.00.00 Track roller of a caterpillar tractor
I90.39.00.00 Oil pump of the M-585 dump truck I91.45.00.00 Lateral tie rod of the MAZ-200
И92.49.00.00 Wheel cylinder of the rear brake of the car
I93.57.00.00 Starting booster pump of the car engine MAZ-204I94.66.00.00 Rotary pump
I95.95.00.00 Fuel pump of the MAZ-204 car engine
И96.69.00.00 Wheel cylinder of the front brake of the car
I97.97.00.00 Rear left wheel hub of GAZ-51
I98.71.00.00 Connecting rod and piston mechanism of the tractor engine I99.75.00.00 Cylinder of the pneumatic drive
I100.00.00.00 ZIL-154 bus door control mechanism

Composition: Atlases

Part I. Technological devices

Technological devices for processing machine parts and devices

I01.41.00.00 Head of pneumatic chuck
I02.02.00.00 Screw press I03.03.00.00 Conductor with L-shaped grip I04.30.00.00 Rotary table for milling machine I05.63.00.00 Pneumatic chuck head with hydroplast I06.86.00.00 Lathe chuck
I07.17.00.00 Chuck for boring wrist watches
I08.68.00.00 Tool head for roughing bars with a diameter 38-50 mmI09.80.00.00 Device for cross crimping
I10.50.00.00 Chuck for turning the watch case I11.51.00.00 Pneumatic chuck head for clamping the ring along the inner surface I12.84.00.00 Device for milling slots in the heads of M12 x 25 screws I13.82.00.00 Device for centering bars I14.64.00.00 Device for tapping I15.70.00.00 Head of pneumatic chuck with jaws
I16.46.00.00 Multi-position device for slot milling
I17.27.00.00 The head of the pneumatic chuck for clamping the ring on the outer surface
I18.48.00.00 Loop curler
I19.38.00.00 Mechanism for fixing two parts I20.76.00.00 Vise for bars I21.21.00.00 Head of pneumatic chuck for clamping the ring along the inner surface
I22.52.00.00 Pneumatic piston vise I23.23.00.00 Pneumatic chuck head for clamping the ring on the outer surface I24.24.00.00 Pneumatic rotary vise
I25.35.00.00 Chuck pneumatic

Detailed description

TJC voltage transformers earthed single-phase cast resin can have one or two secondary windings. Primary and secondary windings covered with epoxy. Epoxy casting serves both as an insulator and a supporting structure.

The principle of operation of transformers is to convert power frequency voltage to voltage for measuring, as well as to ensure galvanic separation of measuring instruments from the high voltage circuit.

The primary terminals of the TJC voltage transformers are located on the top of the case.

The clamps of the secondary windings are located on the molded shoulder of the housing and are closed with a transparent plastic sealable cover.

The base of the transformers is equipped with a metal base plate, mounted in a dielectric housing. For fixing the transformer on site in a base plate, 4 holes.

The appearance of voltage transformers is shown in Fig. 1-5.

TJC voltage transformers have the following modifications: TJC 4, TJC 4.C, TJC 5, TJC 6, TJC 7 and TJC 7.1.



Voltage transformer modifications

TJC 4, TJC 4.C



TJC 7; TJC 7.1

Voltage class according to GOST 1516.3-96, kV

3; 6; 10

10 and 15

3; 6; 10; 15; 20

3; 6; 10; 15; 20; 24; 27; 35

Rated voltage of primary winding, kV

3/V3; 3,3/V3; 6/V3; 6,3/V3; 6,6/V3; 6,9/V3; 10/V3; 10,5/V3;








3/V3; 3,3/V3; 6/V3; 6,3/V3; 6,6/V3; 6,9/V3; 10/V3; 10,5/V3; 11/V3; 13,8/V3; 15/V3; 15,75/V3; 18/V3; 20/V3; 22/V3

3/V3; 3,3/V3; 6/V3; 6,3/V3; 6,6/V3; 6,9/V3; 10/V3; 10,5/V3; 11/V3; 13,8/V3; 15/V3; 15,75/V3; 18/V3; 20/V3; 22/V3; 24/V3; 27/V3; 27,5; 35/V3

Rated voltage of the main secondary winding, IN

100; 100/V3 or 110 / V3

Rated voltage of additional secondary winding, IN

100; 100/3 country 110/3

Rated frequency, Hz

50, 60

Accuracy classes of the main secondary winding (I)

0,2; 0,5; 1

Accuracy classes of the main secondary winding (II)

3R; 6R

Accuracy class of additional secondary winding


Rated power of the main secondary winding, B-A

2,5; 5; 7,5; 10; 15; 20; 25; 30; 35; 40; 45; 50; 60; 75; 100; 150; 200; 300

Rated power of additional secondary windings, B-A

2,5; 5; 7,5; 10; 15; 20; 25; 30; 35; 40; 45; 50; 60; 75; 100; 150; 200; 300

Dimensions, no more, mm




393x324 x 250

Weight, no more, kg




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