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Learning objects (LO) are short, self-contained, reusable teaching materials found on the Internet. These can be used to illustrate, support, supplement or assess student learning. They are small in size, and can take on a variety of different shapes, formats, and purposes. The following LOs are developed by UPD faculty and are available at the DILC website:

Title Subject Description
30°-60°-90° Triangle Mathematics Demonstrate the formation of a 30-60-90 triangle.
Atomic Orbitals, Energy Levels of Chemistry Predict the relative energy levels of these atomic orbitals.
Atomic Orbitals, shapes of Chemistry Classification of orbitals according to shapes, sizes and levels.
Basic folds I Mathematics Demonstrate basic folds.
Basic folds II Mathematics Demonstrate basic folds.
Belt Friction Engineering Science Determine the effect of friction on the pulls on a belt over a fixed drum.
Black Body Radiation Physics Determine whether an object's spectrum approximates a blackbody spectrum and estimate the temperature of an object.
Buoyancy Physics Predict whether an object will sink or float.
Centric Loading Engineering Science Determine the average normal stress of a force acting perpendicular to a cross section.
Colors Art Associate colors with different meanings, distinguish the different meanings of color in Philippine culture and recognize color in art works by Filipino artists.
Color and Spectra Physics Given the color of an object, predict its color appearance.
Conic Sections Mathematics Define the regular conic sections in a plane and show how to obtain Cartesian equations of regular conic section in standard position.
Covalent Bonding Chemistry Define covalent bonding, explain how covalent bonds are formed and distinguish between polar

and non-polar bonds.

Cube Root, extraction Mathematics Demonstrate extraction of a cube root.
Cubic Equation Mathematics Solve cubic equations.
Dark Matter Physics Identify formulation of the dark matter hypothesis and compute the central masses of the solar system.
Demand and Supply Analysis Economics Identify quantity demand and distinguish between a change in quantity demanded and a

change in demand.

Disk Ring Methods of
 Finding the Volume of Solids 
of Revolution Mathematics Compute the volume of a solid of revolution using the disk method or washer method.
Dividing A Side of A Square Into n Equal Parts 1 Mathematics Demonstrate the division of a slide of a square into equal parts.
Dividing A Side of A Square Into n Equal Parts 2 Mathematics Dividing A Side of A Square Into n Equal Parts 2
Dividing a Strip into 3 Equal Parts, 5 Equal Parts Mathematics Demonstrate the division of a strip into three and five equal parts.
DNA Supercoiling Bio-chemistry Define Twist, T; Writhe, W; Linking number, L and identify the conditions that cause positive and negative supercoiling.
Doppler Effect Physics Describe Doppler Effect in sound.
Drake Equation Physics Calculate the best guess and low estimates for the number of communicative extraterrestrial civilizations based on the Drake Equation.
Electric Field Lines Physics Identify the direction of the force acting on a change in an electric field represented by field lines and predict the path of a charge particle moving in a region with uniform electric field.
Entropy Physics Calculates the Boltzmann entropy.
Fermi Questions Physics Classify if a given question is a Fermi Question.
Free-Body Diagram (Many-Body System) Physics Identify the forces acting on bodies in a many-body system and to construct the free-body

diagram of the system.

Free-Body Diagram (One-Body System) Physics Identify the forces acting on a body and to draw its free-body diagram.
Forces, Types of Physics Differentiate between contact force and action-at-a-distance force.
Hemoglobin Bio-chemistry A learning object that analyzes the relationship between hemoglobin's three-dimensional structure and its function.
Heptagon, construction of Mathematics Demonstrate the basic construction of a regular heptagon.
Hybridization Chemistry Explain bond angles not predicted by the use of pure atomic orbitals; Identify hybrid orbitals used by atoms in a given molecule
Impending Motion Engineering Science Determine the direction of friction based on the direction of impending slippage.
Ionic Bonding Chemistry Explains the basis of bonding in metals and correlate metallic bonding to the properties of metals.
Line of Impact Engineering Science Define the line of impact.
Market Supply Economics Define supply, supply curve, quantity supplied, and distinguish between change in quantity supplied and change in supply.
Material Properties Engineering Science Differentiate ductile materials from brittle materials
Measuring Large Distance Physics Identify the limitations of the method of parallax and apply the method of parallax to determine the distance of the stars.
Metallic Bonding Chemistry Explain the basis of bonding in metals and correlate metallic bonding to the properties of

metals.

Moment of a Force Engineering Science Determine if a force has a moment about a given axis.
Newton's Second Law Engineering Science Determine the effect of the resultant force and mass on the acceleration of a body.
Origami Tesselletions Mathematics Explain origami tessellations.
Pentagon, construction of Mathematics Demonstrate the basic construction of a regular pentagon.
Projectile Motion Engineering Science Analyze the motion of a particle undergoing projectile motion.
Quadratic Equation Mathematics Solve quadratic equations.
Reference Frames Physics Compare Galilean and Lorentz transformations.
Retrograde Motion of Planets Physics Describe retrograde motion and differentiate the Greek for Copernican models that explain retrograde motion
Rotation of Axes of a Conic Section Mathematics Demonstrate the effect of the rotation of axes on the general second

degree equations of two variables and describe the graphs of the general second degree equations of two variables.

Sectional Views Engineering Science Identify a sectional view based on two given views of an object.
Square Root, extraction Mathematics Demonstrate extraction of a square root.
Tangent Line, slope of the Mathematics Demonstrate the computation of the slope of the tangent line to a curve at a point.
Tetrahedron, construction of Mathematics Demonstrate the basic construction of a regular tetrahedron.
Triple Integrals in Spherical Coordinates Mathematics Compute the volume of a solid using triple integrals in spherical coordinates.
Trisecting an Angle Mathematics Demonstrate how to trisect an angle.
Valence Bond Theory Chemistry Application of valence bond theory to represent a covalent bond
Vectors and their Projections Physics Add vectors analytically and determine the projection of vectors on planes.
Voice and Diction Online : Articulating your IPA Speech Communication Study of the organs used for speech production, phonetics and the International Phonetic alphabet (IPA)
Voice and Diction:Back Vowels /o/ and / ⊃/ Speech Communication Distinguish the sound of back vowels /o/ and / ⊃/
Voice & Diction Online: Front High Vowels /i/ and /I/ Speech Communication Distinguish the sound of front high vowels /i/ and /I/
Voice and Diction Online :Front Mid-vowels /e/ and /∈/ Speech Communication Distinguish the sound of /e/ and /∈/
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