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Open-angle glaucoma
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Open-Angle Glaucoma: Physiological, Psychological, and Social Challenges Name Open-Angle Glaucoma: Physiological, Psychological, and Social Challenges Introduction About three million people in the USA have glaucoma, an incurable disease, which leads to blindness (11).… Screening was found to irritate the eyes and increase the risk of cataracts. Subsequently,…
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Chronic Open-Angle Versus Acute Close-Angle Glaucoma
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One of such disorders is glaucoma. The disorder is said to occur in human due to damage to the optic nerve. The optic nerve is involved with sending of visual signals from the eye to the brain (American Optometric… Chronic open-angle glaucoma has been described as the most common in human. The occurrence of the condition has been linked to dysfunctional…
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Squaring the Circle and Trisecting an Angle
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Greek Mathematicians were amazed by the complexity of three geometrical constructions - squaring the circle, doubling the cube and trisecting an angle. These problems have kept the interest of mathematicians alive through generations. The present article studies the problem of trisecting an angle and squaring the circle.… Babylonian mathematicians has found…
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Chinese movie street angle Zhou Xuan
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Xiao Hong is a teenage girl living in distress after fleeing her home where ‘the green gauzy sorghum’ grew. I will base my arguments on… is seen when Xiao Hong entertains the guests by singing indirectly about her disturbed life as it can be seen in her sorrowful and slightly angered face (1 min 52 sec). She seems vulnerable as she sings of a woman who has…
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Difficulties students have when dealing with measurement concepts (length, area, volume, value (money), angle and time
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Measurement Problems Faced by Institution Knowledge of measures involving time, length, value among others is in practical use on a daily basis. In this regard, understanding of the basic measurement principles and the confidence brought about can be placed on different kinds of measurements, in order to assist the student to formulate sensible interpretations of the result on a wide scale.…
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The Stone Angle: Compare Hagar to Murray Lee
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Name English June 20, 2011 A Comparison Between the Characters of Hagar and Murray Lees of ‘The Stone Angel’ ‘The Stone Angel’ is a novel written by the Canadian writer, Margaret Laurence. The novel draws the female character of Hagar, a ninety year old female who recounts her past life as she awaits her doom to be unwillingly sent to the nursing home by her son.…
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Stone Angle Summarize the events pg 133-135
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The events illustrated on pages 133-135 of the book The Stone Angel by Margaret Laurence describe an apogee of Hagar’s inability to make up her mind and flea from the hell within her soul. Going further from the brief evaluation of why Hagar is so disappointed, though hoity-toity, she comes to grips with the inevitable incarceration waiting for her.…
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Report
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The experiment aimed at establishing the relationship between projectile horizontal distance and angle of projection, with projections at different angles. Two projectile equipments were used, first was homemade catapult and a launcher that the physics department premade. Used… The procedure was then repeated for the angles 200, 300, 400, 500, 600, 700, 800,…
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Geometry Task 3
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If the base angles of a triangle are congruent, then the triangle is isosceles.… Lawrence, S. Leff. (1997). Geometry the Easy Way. APPLYING CONGRUENT TRIANGKS, 7,109-111. Theorems for congruent Triangles. Methods for proving triangles to be congruent.…
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Applying the Laws of Sines and Cosines
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The unknown sides are found from the proportion. For instance, b = (a*sin B)/sin A = (c*sin B)/sin C. For SSA problem or ambiguous case no solution, one solution and two solutions can be… For both solutions of the ambiguous case the third angle is found and the rest sides are calculated (Aufmann and Nation, 2014). SSS and SAS cases are solved applying the law…
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Lab vectors and statics
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The primary objective of this experiment was to examine the aspect of zero net force on an equilibrium system through analysis of the vector components of the forces constituting the system. This study was also to verify that vector addition is possible both geometrically and… While addition of scalar quantities of the same nature such as mass, volume,…
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Reflection and Refraction
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Through science, individuals can understand the movement of electromagnetic waves that make up light. There are two distinct properties of light that have been tested through lab… On the other hand, when light moving in one direction meets a transparent substance, it is deflected and changes the angle of direction. The properties mentioned above represent…
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Geomorphology Lab
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The angles values were then entered in column E2:E18, 0-1.57, in increments of tenths, e.g., 0, 0.1, 0.2,… In the last column, (E18), the value 1.57 was entered instead of 1.6. These angle values were expressed in radian units. Constitutive equation - a relation between… Why did you choose this angle? (5 pts) 4. A local business informs you they have a 1…
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Geomorphology Lab
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The angle of the slope is a contributing factor to the movement of a boulder along a hill slope. Additionally, the stability of the slope also affects the movement of an object. In… (5 pts) The critical angle for determining whether the boulder would move, or not is 45.840 degrees. At this point, the boulder would assume a stationery motion. The value is…
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Lab Discussion
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This is because the surface of the varnish material is smoother than the other materials. Therefore, it offers little resistance to motion i.e. for a given regular force, the… 3 The coefficient of static friction for wood on wood obtained from the experiment was 0.3194. This value falls in the expected range of between 0.25 and 0.5 for wood on wood. For the…
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Four wheel steering Vs Front wheel Steering
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1. Introduction Typical vehicle models for 4WS (four wheel steering) are composed of steering as well as roll motion, drive train and tyre dynamics. Some models for vehicles are modelled along the 2 DOF (degrees of freedom) bicycle model but such models fail to compensate for roll angle modelling and only relate lateral acceleration and yaw rates.… The vehicle…
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Write a 2-page review addressing propellers and propeller systems
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The twisted nature of propeller blades optimizes their performance based on variable operating conditions. Given that propellers are like wing… Wooden propellers were used almost exclusively both on personal and business aircrafts that were used prior to the world war two. The leading edge of most propellers has a nickel that reinforces them and gives them…
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The Pythagorean Theorem
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In mathematics, the Pythagorean Theorem is a relation in Euclidean geometry among the three sides of a right triangle. The theorem is named after the Greek mathematician Pythagoras who lived in the 6th century B.C. "In any right angle triangle, the area of the square of the side opposite the right angle i.e.… The area of such a rectangle is a times b: ab.…
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Math Lesson PLan (Measuring Angles)
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This activity builds upon that knowledge and teaches children about angles. The lessons will make the children aware about what angles are, how to measure them and identify the different types of… Students with autism perform better in a predictable environment (Ernsperger, 2002). Special signals will be developed which the student can use to draw attention…
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Static equilibrium and the requirements of this principle
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The author of this lab report has in details depicted how to reach static equilibrium and the requirements of this principle. According to the research findings, it can, therefore, be said that the difference between the expected and measured results is negligible.… This research will begin with the statement that the principle of moments states that…
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Muller- Lyer Illusion Experiment
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This experiment have used the reproduction method in measuring the generated illusion towards determining Muller – Lyer experiment (Bates and Müller-Lyer, 1923). In so doing, the experiment revealed that the use of the reproduction method made the Muller-Lyer figures to… at the obliques lengths varied concomitantly with the sizes of the angles in order to…
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Refraction of Light
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As little children we have all wondered at least once as to how a rainbow is formed in the sky or why a pencil appears to bend when we put it in a glass of water. The wave property of light that gives rise to such phenomena is refraction or bending of the light rays when it… Refraction refers to the property by which light bends when it travels from rarer to a…
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Driving around a bend
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Analytical treatment of this problem has been made in this report and it has been shown that angle or banking or leaning by the driver in order to avoid skidding of vehicle depends on speed of the vehicle and radius of the bend.… Analytical treatment of this problem has been made in this report and it has been shown that angle or banking or leaning by the…
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Reflection and refraction
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Reflection occurs when a wave changes direction at the interface that exits between two media (Ostdiek and Bord 382). The change in direction makes it possible for the… The diagrams demonstrate the concept of reflection and refraction. In the diagram above, a light ray strikes the mirror at a specific point, and the reflected ray is projected. The law of…
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A History of Mathematics
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Squaring the circle is the ancient problem of producing a geometrical square of the same area as that of any given circle, under the restriction that only an unmarked straight edge and a compass may be used. It is one of the earliest great problems of mathematics, going back to as far as the most ancient recovered mathematical documents. … His idea used as…
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