What is the process of digestion and absorption of Lipids?
Digestion of lipids starts in the mouth with an enzyme in our saliva called salivary lipase. The food bolus travels through the esophagus to stomach for further digestion involving gastric lipase. The gallbladder releases a specific amount of bile produced by the liver into the small intestine to further break down the fat. The pancreas secretes pancreatic lipase which helps to break the triglycerides into glycerol and fatty acids. The bile helps the products to form micelles or fat globules capable of being absorbed by the enterocytes(intestinal absorptive cells) and are repackaged into triglycerides before being transported to the lymph.
How do you multiply two binomials?
The most common way to multiply binomials is called the FOIL method. This acronym stands for First, Insides, Outsides, Last. For example: If your binomials were, (a + b)(c + d) First would be a & c, Inside would be b & c, Outside would be a & d, Last would be b & d. For each of these pairs, you would multiply and add the sum of these products like so, ac + bc + ad + bd
What are some important technique tips to remember if you are beginning to learn how to play the cello?
If you are just starting to play cello you want to make sure that you keep these three things in mind: One, make sure you are holding the instrument properly. The top of the cello's body should be resting just above your rib cage which can be accomplished by finding the right end pin height. The neck of the cello should be placed in the space by your left ear and your knees should hold the bottom of the cello in place with your feet planted flat and firm on the ground. Secondly, maintain a comfortable and effective bow hold. Shake out your hand and let it fall naturally on the black box of the bow. Your thumb should be curved and grip the inner corner of the box while your other fingers should be draped over the front side. Finally, keep your left arm up at all times when you are playing the instrument. Your left wrist should always be flat and thumb curved behind 2nd finger to ensure that your fingers are able to reach the tapes on the fingerboard. If your arm is too low, you raise the difficulty of playing in tune. This important technique is also crucial when you begin to shift your hand to different positions and makes it easier to do so.