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These are the rules in playing Thermo Sci-Dama: 1. The object of the game is to have the lowest possible score to be able to win. 2. When you capture a piece, the s…ymbol on the spot where you landed will be used to perform the operation.(Example: You have 37 g. You captured 19 g and you landed on a spot with a + sign. Now you must add 37 g with 19 g. Your piece number is the one who is always first in your calculations. Example again: When your piece is 50 C and you captured a piece which has 69 C and you landed on a spot with a minus sign, you will compute 50 C - 69 C which is NS(No Score) since the answer is negative.) 3. The allotted time for playing the game is 20 minutes ONLY. Each player is given 1 minute to make a move. When the time is over, the remaining pieces will be tallied and diminished from the player who has the leftover piece/s. 4. The units used in the game are: g(grams), C(degree Celsius) and g.C(grams degrees Celsius). Scoring: Here are examples: When two different units have met that must be either added, subtracted or divided, you have no score.(An exception is g x C.When you encounter this you must multiply the value of your piece to your enemies' piece that you captured. Example: Your piece is 37 C and you captured a piece which is 10 g(which you would never do, given the opportunity.) Then you must multiply 37 C and 10 g. 37 C x 10 g 370 g.C) 5. When you and your opponent finish playing, make a table with three columns.(You can do this before the start of the game.) On the first column, write g(the symbol for gram). On the second one, write C(degree Celsius) and on the third, g.C(grams degree Celsius.) Everytime you capture a piece, record the value computed.Then place the computed values in the appropriate columns. Afterwards, add the total of the g and C columns and add their sum. Then, when you finish computing, multiply the total value with the g.C column(if you placed a value in this column. Otherwise, that is the total score. 6. The player with the lowest score wins. == (MORE)

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these is according to our rules in a science high school, it says thar the signs of multiplication and division are ignored in this game,and that when you landed on th…ese,nothing will be added to your score.in this game,the fewer your chips on the board,the more points you gain.the tip is that,you must let your opponent made a dama on you. also,when you "eat" a kph,and your chip is a peso,no score will also be added.that's all.hope it helps. (MORE)

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Sci Damath is a game that involves the placement of chips. It is a strategic game that one could liken to either chess or checkers.

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Ordinary notation is where the numbers are laid, or written out. Scientific notation is a short handed version with numbers that indicate the amount of zeroes behind the e…nd of the numbers. (MORE)

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Scientific notation is when you take very big or very small numbers and make them easy to read. for instance 67000000 would be 6.7 x 10^7 because you move the decimal 7 places… to the left. If you moved it to the right it would be a negative exponent like 0.0000089 would be 8.9 x10^-6 Note: the first part like above was 6.7 and 8.9 has to be a number between 1-10 and the second part is always 10 to a exponent. If u were confused above ^ means the next # is an exponent to the # before it. (MORE)

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from what I have learned, sci-dama is just like the ordinary dama except that the way you are being scored is different. You have to have the lowest score in order to win.

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it depends on you.... but my favorite move is the middle number.... i think with that move you will be the winner...

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Dama de noche is a West Indian shrub with sweet scented yellowish flowers. It literally means lady of the night and has the scientific name of Cestrum nocturnum.

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It is a game of math whit. The division multiplication signs are ignored if your piece lands on these particular signs then you are without a score. The game of sci dama is ve…ry similar to checkers. The fewer chips the more points. (MORE)

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Scientific notation makes it easier to express numbers of extremely small or large magnitude. For example, we could either say that something is .00000000068 meters long, or s…imply use scientific notation to write it as 6.8 x 10-10 meters. There is also an "engineering" notation which is similar to scientific notation, but all exponents are multiples of 3. This is so we can introduce prefixes such as nano, micro, kilo, giga, etc. The number 573000 would be written as 5.73 x 105 in scientific notation, and 573 x 103 in engineering notation. (MORE)

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