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ZIGGY.MUNTER
- user joined since April 11, 2007
5 questions asked by this user
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Questions

Who played sax on Henry Mancini's "Pink Panther Theme"?
In Saxophone, panthers, pink - asked by ZIGGY.MUNTER - 1 answer - 11 years ago
How much do british passengers spend on train tickets in one year?
In environmental, money, Public Transport - asked by ZIGGY.MUNTER - 3 answers - 11 years ago
What were those suggestions for good jazz music you mentioned?
In music, jazz - asked by ZIGGY.MUNTER - 1 answer - 11 years ago
How do Linux interfaces work?
In computers, operating system - asked by ZIGGY.MUNTER - 7 answers - 11 years ago
Where can I buy cheap clothes (socks t-shirts etc) that are guaranteed not to be made by children in 3rd World sweat shops?
In shops, Economics, poverty - asked by ZIGGY.MUNTER - 2 answers - 11 years ago

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seven over twenty?


Go To Question - asked by ZIGGY.MUNTER - 0 replies - 11 years ago

I've got a link to a hilarious cut-down movie up my sleeve. Only problem is that there's lots of bad language in it. Could one of the mods let me know if I'll get away with please? If the answer's yes I'll give you the link.


Supplement from 07/09/2007 10:19am:

Ok you'll have to find it yourself, look for Scarface, the short version, on Youtube


Go To Question - asked by ZIGGY.MUNTER - 0 replies - 11 years ago

Sould a hero be called a hisoine then?


Supplement from 05/10/2007 02:04pm:

And if English has gender confusion what about Das Madchen? (I don't know how to get an ummlaut from the keyboard)


Go To Question - asked by ZIGGY.MUNTER - 0 replies - 11 years ago

It shows how the scales relate to each other. C major has no sharps or flats. If you take scale from the fifth (dominant)note of C major (G) and cand call it Gmajor, it needs one sharp to sound right. The series carries on a fifth above G, ie D major (two sharps) and so on.
Going down, you go to the fourth (subdominant) which in the key of C is F. The interval is still the same (if you were going up, F to C is a fifth). This time you add a flat to each new scale.

When you have gone up 5 fifths ie from C to G,D,A,E,B you get a scale with 5 sharps, the up to 6 sharps for F#.

When you go down 5 fourths to F,Bflat,Eflat,Aflat,Dflat you get a scale with 5 flats, then down to 6 flats for Gflat.

G flat is the same as F#, so the series ends up in the same place if you go up or down, hey presto it's a circle!


Go To Question - asked by ZIGGY.MUNTER - 0 replies - 11 years ago

There are two ways to multiply vectors,

1) the scalar, or dot product is explained here
http://www.netcomuk.co.uk/~jenolive/vect6.html
http://www.ac.wwu.edu/~vawter/PhysicsNet/Topics/Vectors/ScalarProduct.html
2) The vector, or cross product is more complicated and involves 3 dimensions
http://www.netcomuk.co.uk/~jenolive/vect8.html


Go To Question - asked by ZIGGY.MUNTER - 0 replies - 11 years ago