Wooden Baseball Bats Are Better than Metal Bats
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...bats described in the coming lines. Halter (1981, p. 22) asserts that “big-league rules say a bat must be wood, round, and no more than 42 inches long”. As one goes from little leagues to major ones, the use of wooden bats becomes a tradition keeping in view their material, weight, safety and affordability as compared to aluminum (metal) bats. Why Wooden Bats are better than Metal Bats? Weight Wooden bats are heavier than metal bats because they are solid and metal bats are hollow from within, and that is why they require more effort to sway than aluminum bats. They also have a smaller sweet spot due... Wooden Bats versus Metal Bats Introduction Using a wooden bat or a metal bat has always been a...
Compare/contrast essay
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...bats described in the coming lines. As one goes from little leagues to major ones, the use of wooden bats becomes a tradition keeping in view their material, weight, safety and affordability as compared to aluminum (metal) bats. Thesis Wooden and metal bats both have their advantages; however, there are some differences that make one type of bats preferable in one situation over another. 1. Weight A. Wooden bats: Wooden bats are heavier than metal bats because they are solid, and that is why they require more effort to sway than aluminum bats. They also have a smaller sweet spot due to which the hit remains within range, that is, the hit zone is small. In other words... Your full January 21,...
Writing Consultation Assignment
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...bats available: the wooded bats, the aluminum bats, one-piece bats, and the composite bats. He advised me that to get the research into perspective, I had to incorporate the details on bats. The organization of the research paper was to get guidance from the vast knowledge I gather from him rather than generalization of ideas (Bjork, 2003). I also wanted to know whether there has ever been any outside alternative that influenced... ? Writing Consultation Learning has never been this fascinating, especially when you consult a professional. On Monday, November 24, I got the opportunity to book an appointment with Jonny Carter, a writing tutor. I wanted assistance on my informative research paper on all the ...
Aluminum
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...aluminum. The various physical and chemical properties aluminum are mentioned in the beginning, followed by a brief discussion of the various forms in which aluminum exists. The occurrence of aluminum with reference to its ores and regions of existence is discussed along with the processes through which aluminum can be extracted. The applications of aluminum according to various distinctive properties in several diverse fields of engineering, industry, manufacturing, technology and everyday life are brought up with an analysis of importance of aluminum for the industrial and economic progress of a country is also presented along... with the applications on the basis of which conclusions are...
Aluminum
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...aluminum. The various physical and chemical properties aluminum are mentioned in the beginning, followed by a brief discussion of the various forms in which aluminum exists. The occurrence of aluminum with reference to its ores and regions of existence is discussed along with the processes through which aluminum can be extracted. The applications of aluminum according to various distinctive properties in several diverse fields of engineering, industry, manufacturing, technology and everyday life are brought up with an analysis of importance of aluminum for the industrial and economic progress of a country is also presented along with the applications... ?Table of Contents...
Wooden Bat or Metal Bat
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...bat is much slower. Thus, the ball comes off with slow speed, which is good, for it reduces the danger of injury if another player or pitcher hits the ball. Metal bats, as they are lighter, can easily get tossed away to injure another player. A wooden bat, due to its solid mass, does not compress when the ball hits it. But when the ball hits a metal bat, it causes the latter to compress which has a negative effect on the exit speed of the ball, though the exit speed is enhanced by the center of gravity being placed near the handle. In wooden bats, there is no issue of compression. To conclude, wooden...
Aluminum foam
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...aluminum foam Aluminum foam is a solid, cellular aluminum structure containing a large volume of gas-fill pore. The pores can be sealed to form closed-cell foam or they can be interconnected to form open-cell foam. Aluminum foam are characterized by their high porosity, high surface area, and low density; properties that are suitable for high-tech applications. Thus aluminum foam has found lots of applications which are discussed below (ERG): As flow control devices (ERG) Due to the large surface area of aluminum foam, uniform gas distribution regardless of flow asymmetry even in low pressure flow regions is guaranteed. The tortuous path and the controlled pressure drop across the foam... ?Importance of...
Aluminum Soda Cans
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...Aluminum Soda Cans Why This is because aluminum cans belong to the of pyrophoric materials, which are combustible when exposed to an ignition source. They are regarded as class D fires because they have a very high combustion rate in comparison to other metals. The molten material is also dangerous when wet since it reacts with water. As such, it results in the formation of aluminum oxide, which does not provide any form of protection to the metallic part of the engine. Hence, the material is not safe for transport since it can cause fires or unnecessary ignitions. Such implies that the material is risky one for the plant to work with in the production of engine parts. What The banning... ...
Different ways of manufacturing aluminum
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...Aluminum Technical Communication for Engineering March 12, Different ways of Manufacturing Aluminum Aluminum is the third major element found in in earth’s crust after oxygen and silicon. About 8% of earth’s crust is made of raw aluminum. Physically it is a relatively soft, durable, lightweight, ductile and malleable metal with silvery to dull gray color that depends on smoothness of its surface. Aluminum is chemically so strong in reaction that it is found in combination of near about 270 different minerals. The most common ore of aluminum is bauxite having 45-60% aluminum oxide. Due to its nonmagnetic, durable and lightweight characteristics, aluminum has thousands... Different ways of Manufacturing...
White-Nosed Syndrome in Hibernating Bats. Chelsea
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...Bats Affiliation White –Nosed Syndrome in Hibernating Bats Summary Bat species are under threat from the white – nosed syndrome in the US. White – nosed syndrome is a fungal disease. White – nosed syndrome was discovered in the winter of 2006 - 2007 in hibernating bats. Its rate of spreading is very high. Its mortality rate is also high with an example of the North Long – Eared bat showing a mortality rate of 98% (Kocer, 2012). Its physical symptoms include abnormal behavior in bats, white powdery fungal lesions, skin lesions and emaciation. Its primary cause is the fungus Pseudogymnoascus destructans. The prevalence of the disease in America is different... White –Nosed Syndrome in Hibernating Bats...
Deep Drawing Sheet Metal/Aluminum Cans
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...Aluminum Can Production Process 5-6 7 Summary 7 8 Bibliography 8 Introduction The report is focused on one of the subjects of manufacturing materials and processes i.e. production of aluminum cans or beverages cans with the help of deep drawing, blanking, and other manufacturing and inspection processes. Beverages cans are mostly manufactured by aluminum. Since aluminum is abundantly present on earth’s crust in the form of ores like bauxite, kaolin etc therefore extraction of aluminum through these ores is relatively easier than other metals. The presence... ?Manufacturing Materials and Processes CONTENTS Number Topic Pages Introduction 2 Cold Working 2 3 Blanking 3 4 Drawing 3-4 5 Deep Drawing 4 6...
Find out about recycling of steel/aluminum drink cans
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...Aluminum Cans Recycling Steel/Aluminum Cans Aluminum is used to produce various products; it is heavily used in the soft and alcoholic beverage industry. During the period of 2000, the number of steel cans utilized by the US population was 1000 million cans and the numbers of aluminum cans utilized by US citizens were 105,000 million cans (Heyworth, 2007, p.246). Production of aluminum in raw form requires huge amount of energy, various natural resources required to produce aluminum includes water and energy resources. Bauxite is utilized during the production of aluminum, which requires both steam as well as heat energy. Energy required to produce this metal is obtained by burning... Recycling...
Pollution from a primary aluminum smelter for environmental law class
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...Aluminum Smelter (College) Pollution from Primary Aluminum Smelter Introduction The process of extraction of aluminum form its oxide alumina is called aluminum smelting which is generally done through Hall-Heroult method. Usually, alumina is extracted from the ore Bauxite during the Bayer process at an alumina factory. Aluminium smelting is an electrolytic process; and hence it consumes huge amounts of electricity. Although aluminum plays a vital role in the overall industrial growth, its extraction process through aluminum smelting raises series of environmental issues. This paper will evaluate the range of water pollution caused by aluminum smelting and its aftereffects... ? Pollution from Primary...
Why is anhydrous aluminum chloride a covalently bonded dimer?
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...Aluminum Chloride a Covalently Bonded Dimer The fast technique for identification of the chemical bond type of a substance is by identifying the nature of the component particles. When a compound is formed between a metal and a nonmetal, it generally has an ionic bond, where electrons are transferred from metal to nonmetal in accordance with the octet rule. On the other hand, when nonmetals formed a compound, they share electrons forming a covalent bond. Taking anhydrous aluminum chloride, AlCl3 for instance, Aluminum is a metal and Chlorine is a nonmetal, by nature they should have formed an ionic compound. This basic concept however is not true with anhydrous aluminum chloride... Why is Anhydrous...
Aluminum or titanium foam or Silicon carbide properties, processing and applications
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...aluminum are common impurity in the SiC obtained by the Acheson process. These impurities affect the electrical conductivity of silicon carbide. Lely process High purity SiC can be obtained by the Lely process, which involves sublimating SiC powder in argon atmosphere at 2500 °C followed by re-depositing into flake-like single crystals, at a slightly colder substrate (Lely 229). This process is similar to the Acheson process in the voids and channels formed by built-up gas pressure. However, the two approaches are fundamentally different. In the Lely process, SiC is lumped between two concentric graphite tubes; thereafter... Processing, properties and applications of silicon carbide The unique ...
Emerging technologies- Nanotechnology
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...bats. Nano-scale additives in or on fabrics can make them wrinkle, stain, and bacterial growth... ? Emerging Technologies: Na chnology EMERGING TECHNOLOGIES: NA CHNOLOGY Na chnology is the engineering of systems that function at a molecular scale (Suri, 2012). This definition covers the work currently underway and advanced concepts. In the original sense, it is defined as the projected ability for the bottom up construction of items via the use of tools and techniques to create complete and high performing products (Suri, 2012). Eric Drexter popularized nanotechnology in the 1980s as he talked about the creation of machines at a molecular level. At the same time, technology was coming up with the ability ...
History Of Arcchitecture:
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...aluminum caps. The picture below shows the exterior of the main facade of the Postal Savings Bank. . The ideas of Jugendstil were represented in Wagner’s work in the 1980’s. Other architects seemed to set him apart because of his perspective on industrialization that meant the use of machine aesthetic, glorification of technological advancements and the incorporation of new materials... ?Cicely Natasha Sugito Dianne Ghirardo ARCH 441 – History of Architecture As a proponent of Architectural Realism, Otto Wagner was interested in urban planning. Although Wagner began as a traditional architect, he promoted the transition from historicism to the idea of an architecture that spoke to its time. As an...
History of Architecture
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...aluminum caps. The picture below shows the exterior of the main façade of the Postal Savings Bank. . The ideas of Jugendstil were represented in Wagner’s work in the 1980’s. Other architects seemed to set him apart because of his perspective on industrialization that meant the use of machine... Cicely Natasha Sugito Dianne Ghirardo ARCH 441 – History of Architecture As a proponent of Architectural Realism, Otto Wagner was interested in urbanplanning. Although Wagner began as a traditional architect, he promoted the transition from historicism to the idea of an architecture that spoke to its time. As an...
Oral Controlled Release System of Propranolol Using Gellan Gum Macrobeads with Magnesium Aluminum Silicate (veegum)
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...?CHAPTER 2: METHODOLOGY METHODOLOGY Ionotropic gelation method Ionotropic gelation is based on the ability of polyelectrolytes such as gellan gum to cross link in the presence of counter ions, like Calcium (Ca2+) and Zinc (Zn3+) ions, to form hydrophilic hydrogel beads (gelispheres). These beads swell when exposed to biological fluids, thereby gradually releasing the drug inside. Gellan gum is a bacterial exopolysaccharide prepared by aerobic submerged fermentation of Sphingomones Eloda. Gellan gum, being a natural polymer, has an advantage as a drug delivery system because it induces less adverse reactions compared to the synthetic ones. It contains anionic moieties on its chemical... 2: METHODOLOGY...
1. Reflect on their own degree of engagement with the game 2. Design a game-enhanced (game-based or gamified) scenario stemming from their own experience as teachers and/or learners of a second language
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...aluminum bat. Gave him brain damage.” “Completely made up,” I say, though I’m pretty sure it’s true. “He’s very smart.” “He’s not in gifted,” Eric says. “Neither am I.” “Good point,” Eric says, and turns to talk to Lucy Mantooth. Most days we play until we’re due home for dinner. But sometimes, if we call our houses for permission, Dr. Varelli cooks for us—hamburgers, spaghetti—and, if it’s not a school night, we sleep over. In the morning it’s pancakes, bacon, eggs, toast. “Eat... GAMIFICATION OF THE LEARNING PROCESS USING THE DUNGEON MASTER VIDEO FOR A TURKISH SUMMARY OF THE GAME Paul Bradford (Jeff Byron) is a skilled computer programmer who lives with his girlfriend, Gwen (Leslie Wing), and...
Airplane Evolution
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...Bats and successfully made the first actual flight but he falls to the ground in a distance of 50 m. In 1896 Samuel Pierpoint Langley, the proponent of aerodrome, made his flight with a mechanically propelled aircraft but with certain flaws on its designs ruptured his ambition to attain the first successful air flight. After Langley, in 1901, Gustave Whitehead built his masterpiece the Whitehead Albatross & the Whitehead No. 21. Similar to the image... AIRPLANE EVOLUTION CONTENTS ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------1 Introduction------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------1 Body I. History--------------...
Nicaragua's vampire problem
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...bats in the town of Nicaragua. The people of the town suffer from the deadly bites of these vampire bats which may result in transmission of rabies. The people are too poor to afford mosquito net at night as ordained by the government so as many as 70 people have been bitten by vampires last year. The Ministry of Agriculture and Forestry sent two of its vampire hunters to the community of Nicaragua to clean the colony of the bats. They managed to catch one baby vampire and applied poison gel on it so that when it returns to its roost the other bats lick it to death and die themselves... Nicaraguas Vampire Problem Tim Rogers in his article Nicaraguas Vampire Problem raises the issue of the vampire bats...
Produce a research poster of A2 size on a commodity.
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...Aluminum) The type of commodity in this case is aluminum. Aluminum commodity is a chemical element, which is categorized in the boron group. The ductile metal is known for its nonmagnetic, silvery white nature (Kaushish, 2010). Aluminum remains the third most profuse element after silicon and oxygen. Figure 1. Aluminum Uses of the Commodity The strength and low-density nature of aluminum makes it ideal for construction of lightweight vehicles, aircraft and ladders. Duralumin, which is an alloy of aluminum, is mostly used due to its improved properties. In most cases, duralumin is preferred to pure aluminum. Its corrosion resistance nature and ability... International Business Environment Commodity...
Lab report: discussion, conclusion, reference
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...ALUMINUM TO POTASH ALUM Recycling Of Used Aluminum Cans to Potash Alum: A Study Affiliation Introduction Aluminum and its alloys find several applications today, right from soda cans to aircraft material. This is because aluminum is versatile and has many desirable properties: light weight, nontoxic, pleasing appearance, ability to take high polish, high electric and thermal conductivities, corrosion resistance, malleability, ductility, non-magnetic, and non-sparking. (Greenwood & Earnshaw, 1997) Aluminum combines with other metals to give alloys with high mechanical and tensile strengths. The abundance of its ore makes aluminum and its alloys easily available - Aluminum... Running head: RECYCLING...
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...ALUMINUM TO ALUM Recycling Of Used Aluminum Cans to Alum: A Study Affiliation Introduction Aluminum and its alloys find several applications today, right from soda cans to aircraft material. This is because aluminum is versatile and has many desirable properties: light weight, nontoxic, pleasing appearance, ability to take high polish, high electric and thermal conductivities, corrosion resistance, malleability, ductility, non-magnetic, and non-sparking. (Greenwood & Earnshaw, 1997) Aluminum combines with other metals to give alloys with high mechanical and tensile strengths. The abundance of its ore makes aluminum and its alloys easily available - Aluminum comprises 8.3... Running head: RECYCLING...
Principles of Economics
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...bats is 40 rackets that will be forgone if the country... Question a) Number desiring to park their cars on campus will increase. As the parking fee decreases the demand for parking cars in campus increases. This will increase the purchasing power of the students and most of them will prefer to park in the campus. b) The amount of time taken to find a parking place will increase as more cars will be parked on campus as compared to before the parking price was lowered. Also, there will be more cars struggling to get a parking space and the congestion will contribute to the much time taken to park. c) Thinking in terms of opportunity cost, the lower price of a parking permit will not necessarily lower the ...
MICRO AND MACRO ECONOMICS
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...bats are above equilibrium, there will be excess supply of baseball bats in the market and the quantity demanded of baseball bats will be lesser than the quantity supplied of baseball bats... Question1 a-  The above figure shows that the equilibrium point is the point where demand and supply curves intersect. This indicates that equilibrium quantity is the quantity where quantity supplied of a particular product is equal to the quantity demanded of that product. The price where this intersection takes place is called the equilibrium price and is the price which is determined by the market forces (Investopedia). The market is said to be in equilibrium at this price. Question 1b: If prices of baseball bats ...
Bat Filled Tree May Have Been Ground Zero for Enola Outbreak
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...Bat Filled Tree May Have Been Ground Zero for Enola Outbreak The article speculates on the source of Ebola virus that has been an issue in West Africa. The article notes of a hollow tree in one of Guinea village that is thought to be the source of the outbreak. The tree was inhabited by bats that were thought to be the carrier of the virus. The first family member to die of the virus in the region are said to have resided near the tree. On the other hand, the article notes, there is no evidence that animal provides the natural reservoir for the virus (Vogel 1). There are various things that Varmus did to help facilitate the continuation of research. ...
Reflection Paper
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...Aluminum Show It was a dance show in which Aluminum was used as attire by people. The dancers used aluminum to take different shapes and do the dance acts. Being very shine, glittery, and flexible, aluminum served as a perfect material to embody the dancers. They wore aluminum to disguise into snakes or earthworms. Many aluminum snakes could be seen dancing all over the stage, some dangling from the ceiling, others twisting and curling on the dance floor. Sometimes, two or more dancers joined together wearing aluminum to become one long snake. The consistency of their movements made it seem like one long snake twisting and twirling and doing all sorts... Reflection I recently saw a video on Youtube d...
Explain why nagel thinks we cannot know what its like to be a bat. What larger philosophical point does nagel draw from this argument? Does this point (logically) follow? Might someone draw a different conclusion?
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...bat Bats are mammals with experience. Bats are more closely related to humans than any other species but their activities and sensory apparatus are different from human beings. Any individual who has spent time with a bat in a closed space understands the feeling of being in a different form of life. Stating that bats have experience means there is something unique about being a bat (Chalmers et al. 23). For example, the microchiroptera bat perceives sounds through echoes or sonar and detects the type of object within their limit through their high pitched shrieks. The bats are able to tell the exact shape, texture, size... The reason why Nagel thinks we cannot understand what it is like to be a bat...
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...aluminum cans. The main objective of the story is to illustrate how development can be made sustainable along with protecting the environment. The story starts over with a dented aluminum can like most cans become after they have been used. Consumers punch the cans and they lose their cylindrical shape, yet this does not render them unworthy of reuse. They can be reshaped and pasteurized and reused many times. This way, the products’ life cycle changes into a closed loop system from the conventional linear pattern. In the linear pattern, things are made from natural materials, and they are treated with various chemicals... . They are processed in factories and sold to the consumers in...
Lap report
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...Aluminum and Wood A material’s half value layer is the thickness of that particular material where by the intensity of radiation entering the same material is reduced by half. Half layer value can also be expressed in other forms rather than the rate of intensity radiation into the material. For example the use of air karma rate. Half value layer is indirectly proportional to the attenuation coefficient. Different materials have different half value layer and half value layer is always expressed in units of distance. An increase in the penetration energy of a stream of photon or electrons always increases material half value layer. Half value layer is often... To Estimate the Half Layer Value for...
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...aluminum cans. The main objective of the story is to illustrate how development can be made sustainable along with protecting the environment. The story starts over with a dented aluminum can like most cans become after they have been used. Consumers punch the cans and they lose their cylindrical shape, yet this does not render them unworthy of reuse. They can be reshaped and pasteurized and reused many times. This way, the products’ life cycle changes into a closed loop system from the conventional linear pattern. In the linear pattern, things are made from natural materials, and they are treated with various chemicals... . They are processed in factories and sold to the consumers in markets....
Wildlife Diseases
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...bats. By 2003, the disease had been observed in over 120 caves and mines throughout the north-eastern US and as far south as Alabama and to the west in Missouri and into four Canadian provinces. The mortality rate in some caves is reportedly above 90%. The once common brown bat, for instance, has suffered a catastrophic population decline and may become extinct in the next 20 years as a result of the white nose syndrome (WNS) (Cohn, 2008). Research has shown that the fungus Pseudogymnoascus destructans... Wildlife Diseases Number The white nose syndrome, first identified in a cave in Schoharie County, New York, in February 2006, is said to be the cause of death of at least 5-7 million North American...
Aluminium Foil ((Corporate Social Responsibility)) & Environmental Impact
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...Aluminum Foil s Submitted by s: Introduction Every mineral on earth is finite and thus should be conserved and used in a wise manner. However, without the exploitation of minerals, the human way of life would be in question and this has made it difficult to change some of the ways in which human beings use resources (Both, 2005, p. 1). For instance, using fossil fuels as a source of heat is an aspect that will probably continue to exist until when this resource will deplete. In comparison to this example, aluminum can be said to be in a fortunate position as it is among the most abundant elements in the planet after silicon and oxygen. The availability of this element is so high... Environmental Impact:...
Technical Writing Essay
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...Bat Descriptive Summary The Rodrigues fruit bat was said to be the rarest bat in the early 1970s. However, today, conservation efforts at captive breeding centers and Rodrigues Islands have changed that dubious description. Probably, this kind of flying fox is the cutest bat the world over. Even though typical flying foxes are generally attractive, the Rodrigues fruit bats are more attractive. This is because, they are adorably fuzzy and have chocolate brown fur, accented with pure gold splashes that extend from their shoulders to their backs in some individuals... ? Technical Writing Salisbury Eye Evaluation Project Descriptive Summary of the The report describes normal dietary intake of SEE project...
ORGANISM DIAGRAM: LITTLE BROWN BAT
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...BAT (Myotis lucifugus) [Pick the ORGANISM DIAGRAM: LITTLE BROWN BAT (Myotis lucifugus) Figure Morphology of a Bat (http://www.infovisual.info/02/064_en.html) 1. Second digit: second jointed appendage in relation to the head of a bat. 2. Thumb: first jointed appendage in relation to the head of a bat. 3. Ulna: one of the arms bones of a bat. 4. Tragus: bone forming the ear. 5. Ear: organ of hearing. 6. Elbow: joint of the arm. 7. Radius: one of the arm bones. 8. Wrist: joint between the arm and the digits of a bat. 9. Finger membrane: membrane that forms the wing of the bat. 10. Knee: joint of the leg. 11. Foot: end of the leg, which is used to clutch. 12. Toe: jointed... ? ORGANISM DIAGRAM LITTLE BROWN...
Technical Writing
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...Bat Descriptive Summary The Rodrigues fruit bat was said to be the rarest bat in the early 1970s. However, today, conservation efforts at captive breeding centers and Rodrigues Islands have changed that dubious description. Probably, this kind of flying fox is the cutest bat the world over. Even though typical flying foxes are generally attractive, the Rodrigues fruit bats are more attractive. This is because, they are adorably fuzzy and have chocolate brown fur, accented with pure gold splashes that extend from their shoulders to their backs in some individuals... Technical Writing Salisbury Eye Evaluation Project Descriptive Summary of the The report describes normal dietary intake of SEE project...
Principles of Economics
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...bats and 400 rackets, what is the opportunity cost of an additional 100 bats? (3 Marks) Opportunity cost refers to the loss of one alternative when the other is chosen. 100 bats are equivalent to the production of 400 rackets. Producing an additional 100 bats will thus result in the loss of 400 rackets. c. If Athletic Country currently produces 300 bats and 300 rackets, what is the opportunity cost of an additional 100 bats? (3 Marks) The production of 300 bats and 300 rackets imply that the cost of production is similar in both the two objects, an additional 100 bats result in the loss of 100 rackets. e. Why does the additional... Principles of Economics QUESTION Suppose Royal Berkshire (a fictional...
Industrial production of aluminium from bauxite and recycling
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...Aluminum, one of the most commonly used metals occurs naturally as bauxite (combination of Al2O3, Fe2O3, 3H2O3 and SiO2) .This metal has a number of characteristics which make useful in many ways. These characteristics include; Light Conductive Corrosion resistant Strong affinity for oxygen Aluminum finds its application in architectural construction, aerospace, domestic use and even marine industries. Over a long period, the process of aluminum manufacture involved a cumbersome process that required lot of energy. The last century has however realized a tremendous turn around in this matter as today new... ALUMINIUM FROM BAUXITE AND RECYCLING of Affiliation ALUMINIUM FROM BAUXITE AND RECYCLING...
Halloween as a Ritual of Reversal
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...bats. This is mostly dressed because they symbolize that bats always operate during the night. Also, bats are thought to be creepy and this put people to think they would symbolize the link with the dead the other common costume symbolizes the black cat this was due to at the end of the autumn season symbolized the act of reincarnation. Most people believed that cats were more close to witches and this also another reason why they would prefer black cats. Others costumes that do come in handy are the skeletons this are perceived to show or portray the link between the living and the dead. The skull is unique in its own as it is used to show courage and not afraid of death... HALLOWEEN Halloween is an...
Global Marketing
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...Bats Bank, is an operator in financial services industry and wishes to enter... ? Global Marketing Analysis of Foreign Markets and Strategies for successful entry Contents Contents 1. Executive Summary 3 1 The motivation to do this research 4 2. Background 5 2.1 Pestle Analysis 6 2.1.1 Political 6 2.1.2 Economic 7 2.1.3 Socio-Cultural 9 2.1.4 Technological 11 2.1.5 Legal 12 2.1.6 Environmental 13 2.2 McKinsey’s 7-S Framework 14 2.3 SWOT Analysis 15 3. International Marketing Strategy Recommendations 17 3.1 Other growth options and possible mode of entry 19 3.2 Segmentation, targeting and positioning in each country 19 4. Evaluation and conclusion 19 5. References 20 1. Executive Summary The company, Bats ...
Financial Decision Making Essay
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...bats = -7500 profit; 1200 bats = 6,000 profit For 200 bats: Profit = Selling Price (200 bats) - (Direct Labor + Material) (200 bats) - 12, 000 = 35 (200) - (12 + 8) (200) - 12,000 = - 7,500 For 1,200 bats: Profit = Selling Price (1,200 bats) - (Direct Labor + Material) (1,200... Running Head: FINANCIAL DECISION MAKING Financial Decision Making In APA Style By TASK a. Beta's acquisition of equipment for its operations can be financed by short-term loans, long-term liabilities, or shareholders' equity. Short-term loans are often easier to secure than the other types of financing. However, Beta is tied to paying up these loans within the year. If the investment is a fixed asset, it is more likely to...
Natural Science short answers
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...bats, claiming that the extra weight in the collision results in a longer hit. Other players choose a light or moderate weight bat with a similar claim (occasionally, when a wood bat is used, a player will illegally install a cork to lessen the weight). Who is correct in this argument about weight? Explain. The sluggers who prefer heavier bats are correct. Lighter bats are easier and faster to swing however, they have less inertia. A ball from a corked bat comes out with less velocity meaning a shorter hit. A heavier bat will hit the ball harder than a lighter corked bat and a ball hit by a heavier bat will go farther. So... Task: Natural Science Short Answers Some home-run sluggers prefer heavy bats,...
Linda Hogan's Dwellings - Knowledge
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...Bats”, Hogan describes the bats which associate with blood sucking terrors of Dracula, as sacred creatures that live in two worlds, crediting them with considerable insight and wisdom. There are two animals merged into one as they are milk producing rodents that bear live young and a flying bird. For Hogan, bats have a spiritual relevance in that they act as guardians in the passage... into a spiritual state and are intermediaries. According to her, bat people live in between two worlds, and hence referred to as intermediaries between the world and the next. As intermediaries, western culture stigmas have associated them with fear and evil. The bats,...
Aircraft materials and hardware
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...aluminum and Aluminum alloys 3 Heat treatment process of aluminum alloys- Solution and precipitation heat treatment 3 Steel 4 Procedure - Carburizing & Nitriding 4 Composite Materials 5 Fiber Reinforced Materials 7 Laminated Structures 7 Plastic 8 Rivets 9 Summary/Conclusion 11 Aircraft Materials and Hardware Aim Awareness and comprehension of the usages, strengths, restrictions, and other features of structural metals is important to suitably make and retain aircraft structures, particularly airframes. In building aircraft and in maintenance and overhaul, a minor nonconformity from design requirement... in aircraft structures (faa.gov, ND). Introduction The earlier aircraft materials must...
Communication
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...bat to perceive outside environment. They play a crucial role in locomotion and search for food. In this process, information gathered is processed internally to help in capture of intended prey. This paper seeks to discuss the reason for evolution of echolocation, sonar, and electrical communication to solve similar habitat problems by first describing the problems and then selection pressures... mentioned move to the upper most part of the habitat to acquire their set prey. This enables them to get the target species with minimal energy. For example, this is the case in flying bat. They usually go for the insects that occupy the region above the trees. This area is quite as...
First econ
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...bats are on the lower side I am most likely going to buy them but when I go to buy them there are very few bats that may seem attractive, while when the prices are higher I see more and more cricket bats on the shelves and they attract me a lot but I fail to purchase them since they are highly prices. Conclusion Various economic concepts apply to our daily lives. The concept of opportunity cost is applied in my life when I have to select between studying and playing my favorite sport which is cricket. The concept of demand and supply is witnessed by me in the case of prices of cricket bats that are used to play...
Conservation
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...bat. Harp seal Harp seal belongs to the family Phocidae. The scientific name is Pagophilus groenlandicus. There is close relations of harp seals to other types of seals, and sea lion. They have various local names including selhund (sea dog) in Norwegian, loup-marin (sea-wolf) in French and others (Perrin, Würsig & Thewissen, 2009). Harp seals are semi-aquatic animal marine mammals that spend most of their time in sea. The animal is sociable and lives peacefully with other seals. They give birth... seal oil Extraction of the oil is through advanced cold extraction. This ensures maintenance of the natural nutritional values and characteristics in the quality. Testing of oil products checks...
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...Aluminum and Glass Chain Supply What social and economic issues might be faced at facilities that are in the aluminum can supply chain? The society today is surrounded with applications made out of aluminum to the extend it is difficult for one to be conscious about its existence. This too apply to the facilities within aluminum can supply chain which are both socially and economically affected. The production of the various forms of aluminum such as bauxite mining, alumina refining, smelting and fabrication is accompanied with varied social and economic issues both negative and positive. These issues...
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