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...Angle Glaucoma: Physiological, Psychological, and Social Challenges 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). Eighty thousand Americans are blind, due to glaucoma (4). A sizable number of glaucoma sufferers do not even know they have it. Regular screenings for glaucoma used to be highly encouraged, until scientists began to question whether the benefits were worth the risks of the screening. Screening was found to irritate the eyes and increase the risk of cataracts. Subsequently, screening became far less common. Now, again, scientists... are...

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...Angle versus Acute Close-Angle Glaucoma Chronic Open-Angle versus Acute Close-Angle Glaucoma There are various disorders that continue to affect human. 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 Association, 2014). Hence, damage to the nerve hinders the transmission of visual images to the brain and, therefore, one is unable to see. There are various forms of glaucoma. However, there are two common forms of glaucoma: chronic open-angle and acute close angle. The paper focuses on symptoms, assessment, and diagnosis... Chronic Open-Angle...

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...Angle Squaring the Circle and Trisecting an Angle: and Discussion Name
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Introduction to Squaring the Circle and Trisecting an Angle
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. There are reasonable differences between the these two problems as former has no definite record of chronological references... Running Head: Squaring the Circle and Trisecting an...

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...Angle Zhou Xuan This paper will discuss the character representation of the songstress Xiao Hong played as played by Zhou Xuan in the film Street Angel. 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 the scene where Xiao Hong is trying to escape (10 sec) but is seen by the host who tells her that she should stop behaving in that manner as she is grown-up (18 sec). Her host had guests in his teahouse, and he wanted Xiao Hong to entertain them by singing.
The character of sadness is seen when Xiao Hong entertains the guests by singing indirectly about her... Shuyi Liu CHN 152 Short Paper 10/23/14 Chinese Movie Street...

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...angle and time. In order to identify the problems faced by students in matters involving measurement, it is necessary that we all understand what measurement is all about. As Kamil and Clark, (1997) explains, measurement is a number which indicates a comparison between the attributes of the object under measurement and the same attributes of a given unit of measure. Often students are poorly informed on the on the differences between square, linear, and cubic centimeters. In early years, students have been reported of having difficulties in understanding that length remains the same when an object is moved to a different location either vertically or horizontally, or that...

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... English June 20, A Comparison Between the Characters of Hagar and Murray Lees of ‘The Stone Angel’ ‘The Stone Angel’ is a novel written bythe 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. Her reflections on her past acquaint the reader of Hagar’s character. Her experiences in childhood, her interaction with her father, her past decisions in life, i.e. her marriage to Bram against the wishes of her parents, and then finally her marital life and birth of two sons, all throw light on Hagar’s character as a woman of pride, who... English June ...

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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 mindand 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. It is a moment when she struggles to prevent such a situation. Nevertheless, her intransigence leaves her no other way than to reject such circumstances of her living and sneak out from the rest room to Shadow Point. Henceforth, her willingness to change something in her favor seems impossible at this moment when she comes to realize her satanic... events...

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...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 equipments in the experiment were catapult and launcher, projectile (Penny), meter stick, protractor, sticky notes, and a calculator. The launcher was started with an angle of 100, horizontal distance measured, and the procedure repeated four times. Average value for the readings was obtained and recorded. The procedure was then repeated for the angles 200, 300, 400, 500, 600, 700, 800, and 900. The angle... with the longest distance was noted and uncertainties calculated for distance and angle....

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...angles of a triangle are congruent, then the triangle is isosceles. Drawing:
ABC is a triangle with vertex A, B, C and ABC = ACB
Given:
Angle ABC= ANGLE ACB.
Constructed:
Draw a line AM such that it is perpendicular to BC and passing through the vertex A.
Prove:
The Triangle is isosceles, that is,
AB = AC
PROOF:
From triangles ABM and ACM,
Angle AMB= Angle AMC= Right Angle
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ABC = ACB 2
AM = AM 3
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...angles. The solution can be found in the following cases:
Two angles and the side between these angles are known (ASA);
Two angles and the side opposite to one of the angles are known (AAS);
Two sides and the angle opposite to one of the sides are known (SSA or ambiguous case);
Two sides and the angle between them are known (SAS);
All sides of the triangle are known (SSS) (Aufmann and Nation, 2014). The law of sines or the law of cosines can be used for the mentioned cases.
The law of sines is applied for the cases ASA, AAS and SSA. According... Applying the Laws of Sines and Cosines Applying the Laws of Sines and Cosines It is necessary in trigonometry to solve the triangle or to find all its sides and...

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...angle of direction. The properties mentioned above represent reflection and refraction respectively.
Reflection is visible when the direction of light is obscured by an opaque substance. Although some light may be absorbed by the substance, most of it bounces off the substances and moves in the opposite direction. The laws of reflection explain that both the angle of reflection and incidence are equal (Stille 37). However, this depends on the nature of the surface that lights bounces off. A smooth surface will produce an equal angle of reflection as that of incidence. However, a rough surface will produce multiple rays reflected at...

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...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.
5. In columns F2:F18, the angles in radians were converted to degrees. A formula was developed in each cell of the Microsoft Excel to do the conversion.
6. Shear Stress was then calculated... Information: Semester: Due GSC336, Lab Report: Driving and Resisting Forces Lab Objective: To gain a deeper understanding of Driving and Resisting Forces, by building a simple model and applying the knowledge acquired in class.
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...angle of 56.3 degrees. The theoretical value of is zero.
INTRODUCTION
Physical quantities can either be vectors or scalar. Scalar quantities are represented by only their magnitude while both magnitude and direction describe vector quantities. While addition of scalar... First Number 13 September Lab report: vector and static. 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 addition by algebraic formula. The study was a success. Algebraically was found to be 0.252N at an angle...

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...angle, the angle of inclination will be considered, and this will change the normal force to as in equation [1] below.
Where is the normal force, is the gravitational force on the block and is the angle of inclination.
Therefore, the new set of equations will be;
Where and are the coefficients of static and kinetic frictions respectively, and and are the static and kinetic friction.... First Last Number 13 September Coefficient of kinetic and static friction: further discussions The wooden block placed on the varnish material experienced the least coefficient of static friction. This is because the surface of the varnish material is smoother than the other materials. Therefore, it offers little...

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...angle (radians)
Slope angle (Degrees)
Shear stress (acts to impel material downslope)
Normal stress (acts to hold material in place)
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5.729577951
978.3674831
9751.04082
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1946.959442
9604.652463
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17.18873385
2896.098025
9362.297593
0.4
22.91831181
3816.299755
9026.397741
0.5
28.64788976
4698.370278
8600.309107
0.6
34.37746771
5533.496239
8088.289026
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40.10704566
6313.333335
7495.453435
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45.83662361
7030.089691
6827.725752
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51.56620156
7676.603714
6091.777689
1... on a hillslope as an example. Hint: see you textbook, Chapter 1, for help. (5 pts)
Normal forces or resting forces on a boulder cliff tends to restrict the movement of an object. The...

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...angle modelling and only relate lateral acceleration and yaw rates. The current constraints for relating lateral acceleration, yaw rate and roll angle necessitate the use of a 3 DOF system. A 3 DOF system using the required dynamics and motions was used. The following properties have been assumed in order to deal with the vehicle’s dynamics: 1. The vehicle is symmetrical about the x-z axis; 2. The vehicle’s total mass... is lumped; 3. The vehicle’s roll axis is fixed and ; 4. The road’s surface conditions are consistent throughout the modelling; 5. Small angle approximations apply to the vehicle’s motion. The dynamics of the 4WS vehicle system can be divided broadly into...

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...angle from the root to the tip. The angular speed of the blade is highest at the tip and lowest at the root. Suppose the blade angle is constant the angle of attack of the relative airflow would vary across the propeller disc thus leading to the module being stalled. The varied angle of the blade from the root to the tip ensures that the generated thrust is also equal from the root to the tip. At the time of propeller rotation, air flows past the propeller blade producing an aerodynamic... Book Review Propellers and Propeller System A propeller blade is an airfoil that moves the plane through the air by converting therotating power of the engine into thrust. The twisted nature of propeller blades...

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...angle triangle, the area of the square of the side opposite the right angle i.e. whose side is the hypotenuse is equal to the sum of the areas of the squares of the two sides that meet at a right angle i.e. whose sides are the two legs"
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The square on the hypotenuse is equal to the sum of the squares... THE PYTHAGOREAN THEOREM [Source: http www.arcytech.org/java/pythagoras/preface.html] April 30, 2008 The Pythagorean Theorem 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.
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...Angles Lesson Plan Info: Measuring Angles 4/24 Grade: 4th Grade (Content Area Math Topic of Lesson: Measuring Angles
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Content Area: NCTM Standard and Expectation
Geometry Standard
1. Analyze characteristics and properties of two- and three- dimensional geometric shapes and develop mathematical arguments about geometric relationships
2. Use visualization, spatial reasoning, and geometric modeling to solve problems
Measurement Standard
1. Understand measurable attributes of objects and the units, systems, and processes of measurement
2. Apply appropriate techniques, tools, and formulas to determine measurements
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...angles.
2. To compare the experimental results with those obtained by computing the resultant force.
3. To compare the experimental result and the calculated result with those obtained by graphical method.
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The main objectives of carrying out static equilibrium were: Firstly, to investigate the static equilibrium of a system of three forces in both horizontal and vertical planes. Secondly, to calculate the resultant force and compare its results with experimental results. And thirdly... Static equilibrium (C2) Objectives The objectives for carrying out the static equilibrium experiment are To examine the static equilibrium of a system of forces of different magnitudes acting at different...

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...angle between the shaft and obliques of the figures varied depending on the levels of adjustments. The increase of the angles led to the decrease in the illusion of the obliques. Furthermore, the experiment revealed that the obliques lengths varied concomitantly with the sizes of the angles... Experiment: The Müller-Lyer Illusion Experiment: The Müller-Lyer Illusion 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 oblique directly inwards. The experiment further revealed that the angle ...

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...angle by which it bends is determined by these laws. The first law of refraction states that the incident ray, the refracted ray and the normal all lie in the same plane (Walker et al, 2010)
The second law is prime factor for determining... Refraction of Light As little children we have all wondered atleast 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 travels from one medium to another. However, refraction not only gives rise to such natural phenomena but is also used in several modern day
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...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. It was found that this angle in equal to arctan of the ratio of square of the speed of the vehicle and radius of the bend. The detailed treatment is presented in this report. Contents 1. Introduction 2. Analytical Treatment 3. Numerical Examples 4. Conclusions 5. References 1. Introduction... ?Driving Around a Bend Summary Driving around a bend on a road involves either banking of the road or leaning by the driver or a combination of the two; to avoid skidding of the vehicle. Analytical treatment of this problem has been made in this report and it has been shown that...

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...angle of incidence (i) and the angle of reflection (r ) are equal. The experiment demonstrated specular reflection because it involved the use of smooth surfaces to demonstrated the behavior of light waves. The experiment aided in confirming the three laws of reflection (Strong 8), which include:
The normal to the reflection, reflected ray and incident ray lie on the same plane... Reflection and Refraction in Physics Reflection and refraction aid in understanding the behavior of light as it travels through different mediums. 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 wave to...

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...Angle
Another classic mathematical problem is that of trisecting an angle, again with the restriction of using only an unmarked straight edge and a compass. Although there are certain angles that can be trisected with this method, the problem is to trisect an arbitrary angle. It has been proven that this is impossible. It can be solved, however, without the said restriction.
There is no certainty of when this specific problem first arose. It is known that Hippocrates in the 5th century B.C. considered the problem. For centuries the problem of trisecting an angle... Squaring a Circle Squaring the circle is the ancient problem of producing a geometrical square of the same area as that of any given circle, ...

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...angle of incidence. If the angle of incidence is the Brewster angle, then the reflected light would be polarized otherwise it would be partially polarized.
Polarized glasses have a wide variety of uses. They are sometimes used in combination with sunglasses in order to reduce glare. They are also used by people who travel on water or by fishermen in order to polarize the light that is reflected from the surface of the water to allow a better view of inside the water. Recently Polarized glasses have also found their use in the 3d glasses where they are used by the viewers to watch 3d movies
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...angle.
Ischiopubic Index
Ischiopubic Index= ((length of AC in cm) * 100) / ((length of AB in cm)
AC is the distance of A to the pubic tubercle
AB is the distance from A to the ischial tuberosity
AB= 2cm
AC= 1.5 cm
(1.5*100... Skeleton The pelvis is able to help in determining the gender in forensic science. This can be determined byischiopubic index where males have an IP index of 75-85 while the female ranges between 90 and100. However, the success of this method is higher when the male or female is at the age of adolescence or adulthood (Ortner, pp. 40).
Body
In determining the gender of the bones submitted to the UCO Biology Department, it is crucial to look at the Ischiopubic Index and the subpubic a...

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...angle of repose... Geography assignment The most widespread and costly of all mass wasting processes is creep. 2. Which of the followingfactors can actually enhance slope stability?
Vegetation
3. Shear strength includes the strength and cohesion of materials.
4. Movement of material along a surface or surfaces of failure is earth flow.
5. A type of mass wasting common in mountainous regions in which talus accumulates rockfalls.
6. What roles do climate and weathering play in mass wasting? High rainfall softens the soil thereby making it easy to be carried down the slope. Increase in temperature causes moisture to rise leading to mass wasting.
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...angle of blades, which changes the path of air. To affect lift, the angle of blades needs to be altered with respect to the oncoming wind. This is known as the angle of attack. The angle alteration mechanism for all wings is collectively called the hub. A device known as the swash plate assembly makes the adjustment of the angles of the rotor blades.
The swash plate assembly has two plates, fixed swash plate and a rotating swash plate. The swash plate... Running Head: EXPLAIN HOW HELICOPTERS FLY Inserts His/Her Inserts Grade Inserts Helicopters
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...angle of diversion was The reason for this is because the accelerometer will be rigidly fixed to the cross head of the slider crank. The position of the slider was then derived by integrating the integrating the recorded acceleration curve.
To analyze the system above, the following will be done.
+900=98.570
Maximum=102.640+900=192.6400
Figure 3: Plot of the movement of the instantaneous centre.
To produce a plot of the instantaneous center, a number of analyses will have to be done and this will include:
a. Kinematics analysis which will specifically be on the angular velocity.
b. Slider position
Using the results obtained from the calculations above, the position... Introduction A four bar linkage is ...

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Angle of contact... Study of Belt Drive d: 10 May 2006 Summary An experiment was conducted to verify the theoretical linking of the torque ratios to the power efficiency of the motors over a belt drive. An apparatus was designed and the experimental readings were taken. This was found to be more or less in line with the theory though on many cases they are not in sync. In addition a complete set of data was collected and plotted as graphs for easier comparison and study.
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1. Introduction
2. Theory
3. Apparatus
4. Procedure
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6. Discussion
7. Conclusions
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T1
Lower Tension
T2
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...angle (θ) ranges from 0° – 90°.
i) The maximum distance and angle the cannon can fire the ball assuming no drag
While considering the projectile motion laws, the maximum distance that the cannon ball can fire is a combination of speed and angular inclination.
The equation in deriving range (R) is given by:
R = v Cos θ / g (v sin θ + √ (v2 sin2θ + 2gy0)) (eq. 1)
Where v is the initial... due: Ping Pong ball cannon test The cannon follows the projectile motion principles, such that the path by the ping pong ball is influenced by air resistance and the ball’s weight. In the experiment, the consideration are that the target is 10 meters away, the top speed of the ball is 30 ms-1, while the launch...

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...ANGLES. AIM The practical is aimed at investigating the blood properties and its behaviour when it hits a surface. It should show the difference between the strikes from the different angles and conclude on the application of the practical in a real life situation. The practical should also bring the aspect of force and the distance between the source of blood and the surface it hits as it also affects the behaviour of the blood. If the distance is short then it means... ? BLOODSTAIN PATTERN INTERPRETATION By: Presented INTRODUCTION The study of blood stains has been widely used by forensic experts while doing their work. Blood possess some physical and chemical properties which make it an important tool ...

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...angle of blades, which changes the path of air. To affect lift, the angle of blades needs to be altered with respect to the oncoming wind. This is known as the angle of attack. The angle alteration mechanism for all wings is collectively called the hub. A device known as the swash plate assembly makes the adjustment of the angles of the rotor blades. The swash plate assembly has two plates, fixed swash plate and a rotating swash plate. The swash plate... ?Running Head: EXPLAIN HOW HELICOPTERS FLY Inserts His/Her Inserts Grade Inserts Helicopters Helicopters are the most flexible vehicle for transport these days. No other transport vehicle or system can give an equivalent level of freedom of...

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...angle) of swash plate as the pump’s shaft rotates a partial vacuum (suction) is created at the pump inlet that allows atmospheric pressure to push... Fluid Power Fluid Power Describe briefly the operating principles of a variable displacement axial piston pump. Discuss how the delivery is varied. Also show by sketch.
Answer. A variable displacement axial piston pump consists of casing, drive shaft, cylinder block, swash plate and plunger or swash plate adjusting valve as shown figure 1a. The operation of pump is based on the conversion of mechanical energy to hydraulic (fluid) energy through the displacement, or amount of fluid pumped per revolution of the pump’s input shaft. At certain inclination (angle...

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...angle and passage through the back of the head in a straight line. This approach gives a good view of the frontal sinuses. Waters view is similar to Caldwells but takes place at an angle of 45 degrees to provide an improved view of the maxillary sinuses. A good view of all four sinuses is achieved with a direct beam through the side of the head known as a lateral projection.
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Aaløkken, T. M., Hagtvedt, T., Dalen, I., & Kolbenstvedt, A. (2003). Conventional sinus
radiography compared with CT in the diagnosis of acute sinusitis. Dentomaxillofacial
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...angle as it hit the surface. Some of the common media for reflection include glass, water or even polished metal. For reflection to occur, the light waves have to encounter a boundary that cannot absorb radiation energy forcing the waves... Reflection and refraction Reflection occurs when light bounces off an object. During reflection, change in the directionof a wave front occurs at an interface that is between two surfaces (Rezetko and Auld, 8). For reflection to occur, the surface has to be smooth and shiny. Reflection, therefore, happens when beams of light strike the boundary between any two media. After striking the two media, a part of light is turned back into the same medium with the same angle ...

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...angle
b. Vegetation (Answer)
c. Overloading
d. Rock dipping in the same direction as the slope
e. None of the answers is correct.
3. Shear strength includes:(2) is the amount of internal cohesion
a. The strength and cohesion of materials
b. the amount of internal cohesion (Answer)
c. gravity
d. all of these
e. Answers a and b.
4. Movement of material along... GEOL 1022: Assignment #3 (Mass Wasting: The Work of Gravity) Winter Term, Questions and Answers1 The most widespreadand costly of all mass wasting processes is: (2)
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b. creep
c. mudflows (Answer)
d. rockfalls
e. solifluction
2. Which of the following factors can actually enhance slope stability? (2)
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...angle of 60 degrees with the plate edge was drawn using a ruler from the upper outline, and labeled IB. Straight pins were then placed along line IB as shown in the diagram below... Refraction (Experiment P) PURPOSE: The purpose of the experiment was to demonstrate the principles of refraction.PROCEDURE: The equipment and materials that were used during the experiment included: Ruler, Unlined white paper, a 5 cm square glass plate, cardboard (8.5” by 11”), and straight pins. A 5 cm square glass plate was placed on top of a white paper that was placed on top of an 8.5” by 11” cardboard. The outline of the square glass plate was drawn, and then the glass plate was removed. A straight line that made an...

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...angle. The refraction is viewed as a change in direction when light changes speed as it travels between materials of different densities. For instance, when light travels from air to water it will have a bending effect on the light as a result of the change in speed causing a subsequent change in direction of travel. Two angles are important in this perspective; the angle of refraction... and the incident angle. Refractive index (RI) with regard to Snell’s Law provides a mathematical relationship between the incident angle and the angle of refraction. According to Snell’s Law
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...angle at which the ball can be thrown in order to score. Moment of force and stability can be used to calculate critical angle at which if a player tilt past, he or she falls. Concepts of momentum and collision are helpful in studying the behavior of ball when... Investigating the Physics of Basketball Introduction This paper explores specific principles of physics that find application in basketball. The principles include projectile motion and gravity, moment of forces and stability, momentum and collision and viscous drag. It examines how equations related to these principles can be used to improve the game of basketball or make decisions. Projectile motion equations can be used to determine optimal...

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...angle that presents between the joint and the muscle that constitutes the angle of pennation that we will be studying.
In the observation of these muscles, we need to understand their structure on a cellular level in order to fully comprehend their mechanisms. It is important also to know that each of the skeletal muscles that we are observing is made up of several muscle fibers (cells). These fibers are each a long cell with some unique cellular characteristics. One... Lab Report: Biological Basis for Human Movement The purpose of this report is to study two skeletal muscles, the gastrocnemius medialis and the tibialis anterior. First, it is necessary to properly describe the arrangement of...

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...angle (60 degree angle and 30 degree angle). The mean error for each participants in the LBP and NLBP groups is represented the figures below (Figure 3.1 and Figure 3.2).
Figure 3.1: Reposition error in 60 and 30 angles in NLBP group
Figure 3.2: Reposition error in 60 and 30 angles in LBP group
As illustrated in figure 3.2 low back pain group participants tend to undershoot the target position in 60 angle, on the other hand, the NLBP group tends undershoot in the 30 angle compared with the LBP group (figure 3.1).
The average mean errors for both angles... Chapter III Results In this chapter, the results of testing procedure shall be presented through graphs and tables that pertain to the numbered...

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...angle of 24o. What is the length of the arc? What is the area of the sector? (Hint: first convert to radians)
Radius, cm
Angle,
Angle in Radians,
Length of an arc is given by
Therefore,
≈ 2.09 cm (2d.p.)
The length of the arc is about 2.09 cm.
Area of a sector is given by
( in radians)
Therefore,
≈ 5.25 cm2 (2d.p.)
The area of the sector is about 5.24 cm2.
(b) In the diagram below the line AB is a tangent to the circle of radius x.
What is the radius of the circle? (Hint: find out the definition of a tangent)
A tangent to a circle is a straight line that touches the circle at only... Maths and Statistics - Assignment #2 Q a) The arc of a circle with a radius of 5cm is subtended by an...

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...angle of the tail (Rae & pope 1985). The tail plane of the model is also attached onto a single pin whose location is in a series of holes across the longitudinal plane of the aircraft. The tail plane normally fixes the setting angle of the tail of the plane and the angle in return plays a major role in the magnitude of the drag, lift and moment incurred while the plane is in operation. The range of the movement... In the given model of the airplane, there is twin engine jet. The tail plane of the model is all moving without aseparator elevator and therefore the movement of the control column that is used by the pilot to control the movement of the plane can easily be controlled by altering the angle of ...

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...angle of perception. The impressions created to the perceiver, conform to the perceived object as it really is or as it is assumed to be as opposed to the actual stimulus. It is perceptual constancy that enables perceivers, whether human or animals, to identify different objects under different conditions. Snow, for instance will appear white in the moonlight. It will also appear the same in sunlight, almost a million times brighter. Perception... Lecturer Number Perceptual or object constancy refers to the tendency for viewed objects to appear very similar in terms of shape, color, size or location in spite of having a wide range of differences in observational conditions such as distance, lighting,...

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...angle of elevation. The data was tabulated, and graphs were drawn and analyzed to find the dependence of maximum height reached by a body in projectile on initial velocity and angle of elevation.
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According to the fundamental laws of physics, when a body if projected into the air, its trajectory motion in determined by the Earths pulls of gravity. Since the gravitational pull acts downwards (vertical... Maximum height of a projectile motion The essence of this experiment was to investigate for the maximum height that can be reached by a projectile motion. From the motion of the two balls projected horizontally, the balls are projected at the same initial velocity and same...

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...angles, transition and color balance among many others. An up-close analysis of how these are manipulated to communicate is done below through reviews of a number of short films.
The film new boy begins with a closer up shot of the young black boy. This is an establishing shot revealing just enough details to help create the mood in the movie. A close up shot reveals just enough details to develop an understanding of the immediate surrounding. From this shot... Movie review Films are mediums of communication. Producers of films employ a number of techniques besides the story line to aid in communicating the intended message. Among the most commonly manipulated techniques include camera shots, camera...

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...angle. Theoretically... Electromagnetic Teacher Electromagnetic There is a resulting line or linear graph after plotting the points that corresponded to the results when the current was varied. Thus, there exists a linear relationship after the current supply was altered. Using MS Excel, the line of best fit was drawn in order to serve as the basis for calculating the universal force during the time that the current was altered. Here is the formula:
2- The graph above indicates how much force resulted when the coil length was varied. The coil length was altered through a range between 20mm and 80mm. The resulting relationship was linear. MS Excel once more helped drew the line of best fit an...

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...angle and material thickness, relationship between bending angle and laser scan speed, and relation between bending angle and laser scan passes. The fore mentioned principles/laws in relation of the bending angle and the mentioned factors are very critical in making decisions on the type of laser, power of the laser and industrial application of lasers.
Material thickness: Experimental... Laser sheet metal formation Laser sheet metal formation Introduction This report intends to investigate the technology behind laser forming of sheet metals. Based on examination of magazine articles, published journals, published books and internet sites on this topic, this report focuses on creating an understanding...