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Real Madrid: La historia vuelve a repetirse

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Cuando el Madrid levantó el título de campeón del Mundo de clubes en diciembre en Japón, los jugadores y el cuerpo técnico del Madrid tenían muy presente que no se podía repetir lo mismo que ocurrió en 2015 con Ancelotti. Después de un gran inicio de temporada con la conquista del Mundialito, el equipo se vino abajo y terminó la temporada sin conseguir trofeos.

Pero parece que la historia empieza igual de mal para el equipo blanco. Eliminado de la Copa del Rey en cuartos por el Celta, dejando escapar una oportunidad única de alejarse de sus perseguidores en LaLiga y perdiendo en dos meses más partidos que en todo el año pasado.

Los primeros 12 partidos del 2015 , el Real Madrid de Ancelotti consiguió 8 victorias, un empate y tres derrotas . En este año , los de Zidane han logrado 7 victorias, dos empates y tres derrotas . Misma crisis.

Todavía quedan tres meses de competición en los que se puede cambiar la historia de la maldición del escudo de campeón del Mundo. La plantilla desea brindar a los aficionados madridistas un nuevo título liguero, ya que hace cinco años de la última conquista. La Champions siempre es especial para el Madrid y están muy motivados en ser el primer equipo en lograr repetir título en la nueva era de la vieja Copa de Europa.

La historia empieza a repetirse con la diferencia que todavía tienen tiempo de corregir los errores y terminar la temporada en Cibeles.

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Juanchuki

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Tomaeltrofeo

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Tanto escribir para no decir nada. Qué tontería de artículo.

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Mucho ojo que delante van tres palomeros .

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derclown

Es q esta gente se cree q con el escudo d campeon del mundo ese, se ganan los partidos solos. Pero no, hay q correr mucho mas y echarle mas pelotas, cosas q no veo durante los partidos

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Parallel lines and their slopes are easy. Since slope is a measure of the angle of a line from the horizontal, and since parallel lines must have the same angle, then parallel lines have the same slope — and lines with the same slope are parallel.

Perpendicular lines are a bit more complicated.

If you visualize a line with positive slope (so it's an increasing line), then the perpendicular line must have negative slope (because it will have to be a decreasing line). So perpendicular lines have slopes which have opposite signs.

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The other "opposite" thing with perpendicular slopes is that their values are reciprocals; that is, you take the one slope value, and flip it upside down. (This is the non -obvious thing about the slopes of perpendicular lines.) Put this together with the sign change, and you get that the slope of a perpendicular line is the "negative reciprocal" of the slope of the original line — and two lines with slopes that are negative reciprocals of each other are perpendicular to each other.

To give a numerical example of "negative reciprocals", if the one line's slope is $m=\frac{4}{5}$ m = 5 4 , then the perpendicular line's slope will be $m=-\frac{5}{4}$ m = 4 5 . Or, if the one line's slope is m = –2 , then the perpendicular line's slope will be $m=\frac{1}{2}$ m = 2 1 . (Remember that any integer can be turned into a fraction by putting it over 1 .)

C 60 is a molecule that consists of 60 carbon atoms, arranged as 12 pentagons and 20 hexagons. The shape is the same as that of a soccer ball: The black pieces of leather are the pentagons, the hexagons are white. There are 60 different points where three of the leather patches meet. Imagine a carbon atom sitting at each of these points, and you have a model of the C 60 molecule. That model, however, is vastly out of scale : If the C 60 molecule were the size of a soccer ball, then the soccer ball in turn would be roughly the size of the earth. The most striking property of the C 60 molecule is its high symmetry. There are 120 symmetry operations, like rotations around an axis or reflections in a plane, which map the molecule onto itself. This makes C 60 the molecule with the largest number of symmetry operations, the most symmetric molecule .

Based on a theorem of the mathematician Leonhard Euler , one can show that a spherical surface entirely built up from pentagons and hexagons must have exactly 12 pentagons. Depending on the number of hexagons, molecules of different sizes are obtained. They are called Fullerenes, after the American architect Richard Buckminster Fuller . Fuller, who is shown here on the cover of Time Magazine of January 10, 1964, was renowned for his geodesic domes, that are based on hexagons and pentagons. An even earlier example of such a construction was the dome of the first planetarium , built by Zeiss in 1922.

It should come as no surprise that a shape as symmetric and beautiful as that of the C 60 molecule, has occupied many artists and mathematicians over the centuries. Probably it was already known to Archimedes (after all, it's one of the Archimedean solids!), although no drawings seem to have survived. The oldest known picture of the soccer-ball-shape seems to be a drawing found in the Vatican library . It is from a book of the painter and mathematician Piero della Francesca and dates from the 1480s. Johannes Kepler coined the name truncated icosahedron for this shape. An example of the appearance of the truncated icosahedron in art is shown in this picture from an Italian cathedral. At the top we see an icosahedron. It is bounded by twenty equilateral triangles. At each of the 12 vertices of the icosahedron, five of the triangles meet. Cutting off ('truncating') these vertices thus replaces each of them by a pentagonal face; it also converts each of the twenty former triangular faces into a hexagon. We can see the resulting truncated icosahedron at the bottom of the picture. This is the shape of the C 60 molecule.

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