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Helvetica Condensed Edition


Time - 90 mins.

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Helvetica Condensed Black, 9pt

Designed by Max Miedinger and Eduard Hoffman in 1957, Helvetica was originally called Die Neue Haas Grotesk, and was closely based on Schelter-Grotesk.

It was created specifically to be neutral; to not give any impression or have any meaning in itself. In 1960 the marketing director at Stempel decided to change the name to Helvetica to make the font more marketable internationally. Originally it was proposed that

Helvetica Condensed, 9pt

the typeface be called Helvetia (Latin for Switzerland), but the designers didn’t want to name it after a country, and so it was called Helvetica instead (Latin for Swiss).

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WHAT is the difference between

centripetal acceleration

AND centrifugal force? Use the space below for your answer and additional pages as needed.

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Visual 1.

Helvetica Condensed vs. Helvetica Roman

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Helvetica Roman

Helvetica Condensed has a slightly higher cap height than Roman. Both versions have a tall x-height, with the condensed being slightly taller again.


A particle is m

around in a

and its position is given in pol

x = Rcos0, and y

where R is the radius of the circle

From these equations derive the equation for centripetal acceleration. Light Condensed Oblique 44pt Black Condensed Oblique 44pt Light Condensed Oblique 17pt Black Condensed Oblique 17pt Bold Condensed Oblique 31pt Medium Condensed Oblique 31pt

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a circle

lar coordinates as

y = Rsin0,

e, and 0 is in radians.

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µ = mass of molecule

1 1 Uc = — QV = — CV 2 2 2

x = Rcos0


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Centripetal acceleration is the acceleration an object experiences as it travels a certain velocity along an arc. The centripetal acceleration points towards the center of the arc. Centrifugal force is the imaginary force an unrestrained object experiences as it moves around an arc. This force acts opposite to the direction of centripetal acceleration. For example, if a car makes a sharp right turn the passengers would tend to slide in their seats away from the center of the turn, towards the left. The passengers would feel as if they are experiencing a force. This is defined as centrifugal force.

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