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2009Inglês

(IME 2009) Leia os parágrafos seguintes e complete-os, nos espaços apropriados, com idéias que os tornem coesos e coerentes. Cada parágrafo deverá ser redigido em INGLÊS e conter entre 15 e 20 palavras Allen Telescope Array starts search for E.T.  Radio telescope array will seek out new life and new civilizations. It’s smaller than originally hoped for, but with 42 radio antennas, the Allen Telescope Array, or ATA, is the most advanced structure ever built to look for signs of extraterrestrial intelligence. Following technical delays and cost overruns that left it well short of its planned size, the  array … 

Questão
2009Inglês

(IME 2009) Leia a passagem seguinte e responda à pergunta que a seguem.  In countless panel discussions on the future of technology, I’m not sure I ever got anything right. As I look back on technological progress, I experience first retrospective surprise, then surprise that I’m surprised, because it all crept up on me when I wasn’t looking. How can something like Google feel so inevitable and yet be impossible to predict? I’m filled with wonder at all that we engineers have accomplished, and I take great communal pride in how we’ve changed the world in so many ways. Decades ago I never dreamed we would have satellite navigation, computers in our pockets, the Internet, cellphones, neither robots that would explore Mars. How did all this happen, and what are we doing for our next trick? The software pioneer Alan Kay has said that the best way to predict the future is to invent it, and that’s what we’ve been busy doing.  The word 'it', underlined in the sentence “As I look back on technological progress, I experience first retrospective surprise, then surprise that I’m surprised, because it all crept up on me when I wasn’t looking” refers to which idea mentioned in the text? 

Questão
2009Inglês

(IME 2009) Leia a passagem seguinte e responda à pergunta que a seguem.  In countless panel discussions on the future of technology, I’m not sure I ever got anything right. As I look back on technological progress, I experience first retrospective surprise, then surprise that I’m surprised, because it all crept up on me when I wasn’t looking. How can something like Google feel so inevitable and yet be impossible to predict? I’m filled with wonder at all that we engineers have accomplished, and I take great communal pride in how we’ve changed the world in so many ways. Decades ago I never dreamed we would have satellite navigation, computers in our pockets, the Internet, cellphones, neither robots that would explore Mars. How did all this happen, and what are we doing for our next trick? The software pioneer Alan Kay has said that the best way to predict the future is to invent it, and that’s what we’ve been busy doing.  The sentence “How can something like Google feel so inevitable and yet be impossible to predict?” means that … 

Questão
2009Inglês

(IME 2009) Leia os parágrafos seguintes e complete-os, nos espaços apropriados, com idéias que os tornem coesos e coerentes. Cada parágrafo deverá ser redigido em INGLÊS e conter entre 15 e 20 palavras Allen Telescope Array starts search for E.T.  We are doing final calibration, testing, and repairs and expect to begin with the first SETI (Search for Extraterrestrial Intelligence) program by about September 1”, promises Leo Blitz, director of ATA and the Radio Astronomy Laboratory at the University of California. Thanks in part to a gift of US$ 25 million from Microsoft Corp. cofounder Paul Allen, the SETI Institute will have its own powerful observatory to search the skies, rather than … 

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2009Inglês

(IME 2009) Leia os parágrafos seguintes e complete-os, nos espaços apropriados, com idéias que os tornem coesos e coerentes. Cada parágrafo deverá ser redigido em INGLÊS e conter entre 15 e 20 palavras Allen Telescope Array starts search for E.T.  The ATA, nestled in a remote volcanic valley about 460 kilometers northeast of San Francisco, will be the first privately funded major radio telescope observatory. Due to the original array plan, which called for 350 dishes, Blitz claims: … 

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2009Matemática

(IME 2009) Seja . Sendo n um número inteiro positivo, a desigualdade   somente é possível se:

Questão
2009Física

(IME 2009)  A figura ilustra uma mola feita de material isolante elétrico, não deformada, toda contida no interior de um tubo plástico não condutor elétrico, de altura h = 50 cm. Colocando-se sobre a mola um pequeno corpo (raio desprezível) de massa 0,2 kg e carga positiva de , a mola passa a ocupar metade da altura do tubo. O valor da carga, em coulombs, que deverá ser fixada na extremidade superior do tubo, de modo que o corpo possa ser posicionado em equilíbrio estático a 5 cm do fundo, é Dados: • Aceleração da Gravidade:  • Constante Eletrostática: 

Questão
2009Inglês

(IME 2009) Leia a passagem seguinte e responda à pergunta que a seguem.  Glaciers at the equator. The legendary source of the River Nile. Mysterious snow-capped peaks shrouded in an impenetrable cloud. These may sound like the stuff of myths – but in this case these descriptions aptly depict Uganda’s Rwenzori Mountains, known for more than 2,000 years as the Mountains of the Moon. Located at Uganda’s western border with the Democratic Republic  of Congo, the Rwenzori Mountains rise as much as 5,109 m (16,763 ft) above gorges at equatorial sea-level to create an amazingly diverse environment that includes tropical rain forests, marshes and lakes, grasslands, glaciers and snowfields. The flora and fauna that flourish there are as unique as the region itself. On gentler slopes, rare mountain gorillas may inhabit bamboo forests, while giant tree heathers up to 10 m (33 ft) tall sway on open ridge tops. It’s no wonder much of the region is now designated World Heritage Site – yet only the lucky visitors will actually see the 100 km (62 mi) of mountain peaks, as a cloak of thick fog envelopes the Rwenzori year-round. It was this fog cloud that kept the legendary peaks from being documented until the late 1800s by non-African explorers – and the summit wasn’t reached until year later.  About the Rwenzori Mountains, it is correct to say that ... 

Questão
2009Inglês

(IME 2009) Leia a passagem seguinte e responda à pergunta que a seguem.  In countless panel discussions on the future of technology, I’m not sure I ever got anything right. As I look back on technological progress, I experience first retrospective surprise, then surprise that I’m surprised, because it all crept up on me when I wasn’t looking. How can something like Google feel so inevitable and yet be impossible to predict? I’m filled with wonder at all that we engineers have accomplished, and I take great communal pride in how we’ve changed the world in so many ways. Decades ago I never dreamed we would have satellite navigation, computers in our pockets, the Internet, cellphones, neither robots that would explore Mars. How did all this happen, and what are we doing for our next trick? The software pioneer Alan Kay has said that the best way to predict the future is to invent it, and that’s what we’ve been busy doing.  In the sentence “Decades ago I never dreamed we would have satellite navigation, computers in our pockets, the Internet, cellphones, neither robots that would explore Mars.” the word 'neither' can be changed for which of the following words, still keeping the same meaning and grammatical accuracy?

Questão
2009Inglês

(IME 2009) Leia a passagem seguinte e responda à pergunta que a seguem.  In countless panel discussions on the future of technology, I’m not sure I ever got anything right. As I look back on technological progress, I experience first retrospective surprise, then surprise that I’m surprised, because it all crept up on me when I wasn’t looking. How can something like Google feel so inevitable and yet be impossible to predict? I’m filled with wonder at all that we engineers have accomplished, and I take great communal pride in how we’ve changed the world in so many ways. Decades ago I never dreamed we would have satellite navigation, computers in our pockets, the Internet, cellphones, neither robots that would explore Mars. How did all this happen, and what are we doing for our next trick? The software pioneer Alan Kay has said that the best way to predict the future is to invent it, and that’s what we’ve been busy doing.  According to the passage, we can say that its author 

Questão
2009Inglês

(IME 2009) Leia a passagem seguinte e responda à pergunta que a seguem.  Billions of dollars spent on defeating improvised explosive devices (IED) are beginning to show what technology can and cannot do for the evolving struggle. Two platoons of U.S. Army scouts are in a field deep in the notorious “Triangle of Death” south of Baghdad, a region of countless clashes between Sunni insurgents and Shia militias. The platoons are guided by a local man who’s warned them of pressure-plate improvised explosive devices, designed to explode when stepped on. He has assured them that he knows where the IED’s are, which means he is almost certainly a former Sunni insurgent. The platoons come under harassing fire. It stops, but later the tension mounts again as they maneuver near an abandoned house known to shelter al-Qaeda fighters. A shot rings out; the scouts take cover. They don’t realize it’s just their local guide, with an itchy trigger finger, taking the potshot at the house. The lieutenant leading the patrol summons three riflemen to cover the abandoned house. Then all hell breaks loose. One of the riflemen, a sergeant, steps on a pressure-plate IED. The blast badly injures him, the two other riflemen, and the lieutenant. A Navy explosives specialist along on the mission immediately springs into action, using classified gear to comb the area for more bombs. Until he gives the all clear, no one can move, not even to tend the bleeding men. Meanwhile, one of the frozen-inspace scouts notices another IED right next to him and gives a shout, provoking more combing in his area. Then a big area has to be cleared so that the medevac helicopter already on the way can land. That incident, which took place on 7 November 2007, exhibits many of the hallmarks of the missions in Iraq and Afghanistan – a small patrol; a local man of dubious background; Navy specialists working with soldiers on dry land; and costly technologies pressed into service against cheap and crude weapons. And, most of all, death by IED. The word underlined in the sentence “That incident, which took place on 7 November 2007, exhibits many of the hallmarks of the missions in Iraq and Afghanistan ...” can be replaced by which of the following expressions, still keeping the same meaning?

Questão
2009Física

(IME 2009)Em certo fenômeno físico, uma determinada grandeza referente a um corpo é expressa como sendo o produto da massa específica, do calor específico, da área superficial, da velocidade de deslocamento do corpo, do inverso do volume e da diferença de temperatura entre o corpo e o ambiente. A dimensão desta grandeza em termos de massa (M), comprimento (L) e tempo (t) é dada por:

Questão
2009Química

Assinale a alternativa correta.

Questão
2009Matemática

(IME 2009)  Sejam ABC um triângulo equilátero de lado 2 cm e r uma reta situada no seu plano, distante  3 cm do seu baricentro. Calcule a área da superfície gerada pela rotação deste triângulo em torno da reta r. 

Questão
2009Matemática

Um triângulo isósceles possuiseus vértices da base sobre o eixo das abscissas e o terceiro vértice, B, sobre o eixo positivo das ordenadas. Sabe-se que a base mede b e seu ângulo oposto= 120. Considere o lugar geométrico dos pontos cujo quadrado da distância à reta suporte da base do triângulo é igual ao produto das distâncias às outras duas retas que suportam os dois outros lados. Determine a(s) equação (ões) do lugar geométrico e identifique a(s) curva(s) descrita(s).

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