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Maximum height of a projectile motion

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...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 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...

What is the Height of Human Happiness

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...Height of Human Happiness? What is happiness? This is one of the questions that has plagued philosophers throughout time. While many have proposed answers to this seemingly simple question, not many have agreed as to the solution. For example, Aristotle felt that the purest happiness could be found in nature through an understanding of the plants and animals that surround one but Augustine felt the purest happiness could only be experienced in heaven, and thus was only available during specific sublime moments awarded to the deserving as a promise of what was to come. Aristotle’s conception of happiness is largely outlined in The Parts of Animals, particularly Book 1. Augustine... What is the Height ...

Relationship between height and weight of mother birth weight

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...height and weight of mothers Relationship between height and weight of mothersABSTRACT
The height and corresponding weight for 50 women were sampled by random method from data of 1148 women who delivered at the oxford street repository. Scatter graphs, frequency curve and box plots together with statistical measure such as mean, median and mode were used to analyze the sample. The samples obtained were statistically fair and the investigation confirmed our hypothesis that taller women weigh more than shorter women.
INTRODUCTION
In this statistical investigation, my main aim is to find out if a relationship exist between weight and height of the mothers who gave... Maths report: Relationship between...

Is there a relation between foot size and height

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...Height Introduction For a long time, the length of a human foot has always been known to be proportional to the length from the elbow to the wrist. Knowledge of the relation between heights of various parts of the body has been useful in a number of ways. For instance, criminal detectives are able to estimate a suspect’s height just by measuring the size of their footsteps. Fashion designers are also able to match their clothing designs to fit persons with different body measurements. Studies in human migration and movements also make of anthropometric (measures of human body size ratios) measurements in tracing the origins of human groups. As an extension... of anthropometry, the correlation...

Handling Data Comparing height and weight for Mayfield High School

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...height and weight.
The relationship between IQ and key stage 2 results.
And I have decided to investigate on height and weight.
Collecting the data
I could use the entire table, but it is so large that I could very quickly make mistakes. So, in order to begin, I need a random sample of data. I collected a random sample of data for 30 boys and 30 girls as shown below in the table.
BOYS
GIRLS
HEIGHT / m
WEIGHT/ kg
HEIGHT/ m
WEIGHT/ kg
1... Maths work Handling Data for Mayfield High School The Task Data is provided for at Mayfield High School in grades 7 to 11. I need to develop a statistical paper based upon different lines of enquiry.
I can choose to investigate either:
The relationship between heig...

Height and the Weight of the Mother, with structure

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...height and mother’s weight. Further, we evaluated the relationship between body mass index(BMI) of the mothers with gestation period The data was subjected to descriptive analysis to analyse, interpret and display the data.
The aim of the study is to investigate and evaluate the height... in relation to the weight of the mother’s who have given birth, and see if the weight depends on the height.
Hypothesis(1)
Ho = Does the height of the mother have effect on the weight of the mother.
Ha = The height of the mother does not have an effect on the mother’s weight.
Hypothesis (2)
Ho = The body mass index(BMI) of the mother’s has a significant...

Wuthering Height

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...Heights Introduction ‘Wuthering Heights, a novel by Emily Bronte is an incredibly intricate narrative. In it, we find generations of characters, stories that are full of stories and flashbacks that minute the plot about who married whom. The theme of love is dominantly explored in the novel (Bhattacharyya 93). Of such kind is the love between Heathcliff and Catherine that turns out to be self-destructive. A love triangle manifests in the theme of love. Therefore, this essay explores the theme of love and the character Heathcliff within the context of Bronte’s ‘Withering Heights’.
Theme of Love in Wuthering Heights
The theme of love in the novel is predominantly discussed and becomes a link... Wuthering...

Scaling the Height of Patriarchy. Tambu in the Novel Nervous Conditions Faat Kine in Kine and Marcia in Dancehall Queen

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Women of Africa and the African diaspora have been through many challenges that include biased cultural practices, gender discrimination, sexism, racism, economic dependency, among others. Their problems always seem to stem from the fact that they are women. This research aims at exploring the condition of Women of Africa and the Africa diaspora and address some of the challenges that these women face and how they managed to pull through. The research focuses on three women: Tambu from Zimbabwe in the Novel Nervous Conditions (1988), Faat Kine from Senegal in the film Kine (1999) and Marcia in the film Dancehall Queen (1997). The research traces their lives and challenges that they have gone...

Urban developments of Doha prior and after 1970, (spread out / urban pattern, land use zoning, building height, density, ) 1900 1950 (pearl economy), 1950 -1970 (gas and start of globalization, 1970 to present (effect of globalization)

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...Topic: Urban developments of Doha Introduction Anyone visiting Qatar almost eighty years ago would have seenlittle more than a small community of people who engaged in pearl fishing and this trade had been affected negatively when Japanese pearls were introduced into the market. The economy of Qatar, which was a British protectorate with some of the harshest climatic conditions in the globe, seemed to be collapsing imminently. Nonetheless, oil was discovered at the beginning of 1940 and this was the beginning of a breakneck journey in the direction of industrialization for the country that increased the pace when natural gas was also recovered (Beydoun & Baum, 2012). Presently, Qatar, whose... Urban...

Estimating

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...height of Bells tower as shown in Figure 1. One of the most accurate estimation methods that can be used involves calculating the height using the formula: Height of the tower= Number of stories x Average floor to floor height. Generally this method of height estimation is based on the assumption that the floor to floor height of building such as the church is 3.5m (Gibson, 67). The Shrines bell tower is located at the 8th story and therefore the approximate height of the Bell tower can be given as H=8 x3.5=28meters above the ground. The accuracy of this method is approximated to be +2.5 or -2.5meters... .
Another method that can potentially be used is by comparing the picture of the Shrine...

Critical analysis on an article

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...height The article addresses the issues of tree growth and the impact of other factors in the development of leaves and other support features. Traditionally, it has been argued that the quality of soil and competition are the major issues affecting growth. However, the research conducted on internal factors illustrate that there is not difference in the tree in relation to soil or competition for light. In fact, the leaf size and growth height are a product of internal forces such as turgor pressure, as well as the reduction water potential as a result of increased height.
From the research, the increase in leaf water stress and path length resistance... is the main factors that influence...

Scatter Plot Deducer

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...Height and Age It is often of interest to that the spread of the distributionof a variable. It is important to note we will summarize the categorical variable smoke and the numeric variable lung capacity. Categorical variables are summarized using a frequency to help plotting the graph a bit easier (Spence 44). Scatter plots are appropriate for examining the relationship between two numeric variables. In the case scenario we are exploring the relationship between age and height. Pearsons correlation is used to examine the strength of a linear relationship between the 2 numeric values. The variable that is normally written first appears on the X axis while...

Determination of the relative proportions of caffeine and aspirin in proprietary analgesics by gas chromatography-mass spectrometry (GC-MS)

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...height vs. concentration gives a straight line graph described by the equation y =mx +c
Where y is the response of the instrument (analytical signal/peak area/peak height)
X is the concentration
M is the slope
C is the constant
From graph... From the graph of caffeine y = 513930X –5000000 From the table Y = 69124507.67 This implies that: 69124507.67 =513930X -5000000 X = (69124507.67+5000000)/ 513930
Thus x= 144.2307
2. y= 13698X+84489
From the table Y = 3498180
This implies that: 3498180= 13698X+84489
X = (3498180-84489)/ 13698
Thus x= 249.21
From graph of ethyl-2-acetoxybenzoate
3. y = 540290X –4000000
From the graph Y = 71959867
This impl...

Estimating

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...height of a certain building. However, this paper will estimate the height of the Shrine’s bell tower at the location indicated by the arrow by counting the number of floors and then multiplying this by 15ft. This is because there are no measurements available in the image. The number of floors will be multiplied by 15ft since the average floor height is known to be between 10ft to 15ft depending on the number of floors present. The maximum number of feet will be used since no data is available on the image. As evident from the photo, there are seven floors up to the location indicated by the arrow. Therefore, the calculation of the height... of the building will be as follows;
15 * 7 =...

College Algebra Unit 3 DB

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...height and weight, and whether an individual is obese. Determination of Body Mass Index is established through the formula, 703*W/h^2, where W is the heaviness in pounds and h is the stature in inches (Ferrera, 2005).
Angelina Jolie, a movie star, was chosen for this research. Her latest weight has been averaged to 127.5 (Zimbio, 2012). Using the formula BMI=703*w/h2, the maximum figure of BMI was used to find the height in each of the categories of weight status. In the underweight category, in which BMI is 18.5; the height is 69.6... Body Mass Index by 3rd August The aim of this essay is to evaluate the subject of obesity, one of America’s health problems. BMI is used to determine an individual’s...

Physics Bachelor Essay

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...height below 11 km the following equation holds true: P = P0 * (T T + L*h g*Mw/R*L) with P0 =pressure at see level = 1.01*105 Pa
T = temperature = 288 K
L = standard temperature lapse rate = -0.0065 K/m below 11 km
h = height
g = gravitation constant = 9.81 m/s2
Mw = molar weight of air, which can be roughly calculated as the Mw of 80% N2 + 20% O2 = (0.8 * 28) + (0.2 * 32) = 28.8 g/mol
R = gas constant = 8.314*103 N*m/kmol*K
For the height of the Mount Everest of 8800 m this gives a pressure of:
P = 1.01*105 * (288/(288+ -0.0065*8800) ^ (9.81*28.8)/(8.314*103*-0.0065) = 3.17*104 Pa = 317 mbar
e) The pressure curve is not a straight line, because... Mount Everest. c) For the pressure at a certain height ...

This essay is for my structural engineering class

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...height of skyscrapers between architects and engineers for long. It is conventionally thought that structural materials have limited strength. Therefore, too much increase in the height of a structure may put unbearable pressure on the materials used particularly on the lower stories. Steel is one of the most fundamental materials that are commonly employed in the construction of skyscrapers. Steel can support structures of height about 6.2 miles or even more than that, whereas advanced composite steel has the tendency to support as much... 4 February, What do you think are the practical limits to how tall a skyscraper can be built?
There has been considerable debate regarding the maximum possible height...

Variables

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...height and age in both boys and girls. One can predict that the older child is always taller than the young one. There exist two types of correlation; positive and negative. An example of positive correlation is where a baby is 13 inches long, an eight year old... Variables Variables Correlation is an association. In more precise definition, it measures the degree of relationship between two variables that tend to be related. The most crucial concept is that a correlation does not equal causation. Scholars and most of the modern media sources mistake when they assume that because any two variables have a relationship, a causal relationship must exist (McLeod 2008).
Consider, for example, the variable hei...

Genetics

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...height using height scale during practical 10. The whole group of student consisted of male and female students. The heights measured then were arranged into their respective groups. The two groups as mentioned afore were male and female. Since the heights were measured without selecting a particular group of student the sample can be considered as convenient sample. The population from which the sample was drawn consisted of college students. Moreover, the data recorded the heights for year 2013-2014 class. The number of male students was 175 while that of female was 244. The data gathered in the initial stage was in the raw form... then it was copied to excel in two columns, one for male...

Skull

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...height, index of nuchal area height and the index of condylar conditions. The index of supraorbital height is the relationship between the distance of the Frankfort plane to the highest point of the skull and the distance of the top of the eye orbit to the top of the skull; a high number indicates a high forehead or a tall head while a low number... Identifying Skulls Introduction Many changes that have occurred in hominid evolution have been the change in proportion of the skull. Skull proportions show the different parts of the skull. The changes are noticeable when the two hominid trends: brain versus face size and the position of the occipital condyles, are measured.
In this task, we are going to me...

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...height being the biggest factor. The height of a beam is inversely proportional to the deflection of the beam; the longer the height, the smaller the defection. Thus, the deflection of the flat beam is highest because its height is lower compared to the RHS (h>b) beam.
The type, load and shape of material also affect the bending. Bending varies with the shape of the beam, whether the beam is hollow, T... MECHANICS OF MATERIALS- PRACTICAL 2 – BEAM DEFLECTION affiliation Introduction The experiment aimed at investigating thebehavior of beams and their deflections when subjected to lateral loadings. The beams were of different shapes.
Discussion
Beam deflection is affected by several factors; with the height...

Report

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...height for the Feel the Fear and The Giant roller coasters. It is also used for finding maximum possible area of fixed fence enclosure and the dimensions of a snack box that would give the maximum volume.
The findings indicated that the maximum and minimum height of the Feel the Fear roller coaster are 36 meters and -14.815 metres. The difference between maximum and minimum heights for the Feel the Fear roller coaster is 50.815 metres. The findings also indicated that the maximum and minimum height of The Giant roller coaster is 36.434... Math Report 2 – March Which is bigger Feel the Fear or The Giant? Your College The mathematical modelling is used to find the difference between maximum and minimum...

Genetics

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...height using height scale during practical 10. The whole group of student consisted of male and female students. The heights measured then were arranged into their respective groups. The two groups as mentioned afore were male and female. Since the heights were measured without selecting a particular group of student the sample can be considered as convenient sample. The population from which the sample was drawn consisted of college students. Moreover, the data recorded the heights for year 2013-2014 class. The number of male students was 175 while that of female was 244.
The data gathered in the initial stage was in the raw form... then it was copied to excel in two columns, one for male...

This essay is for my structural engineering class

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...height of skyscrapers between architects and engineers for long. It is conventionally thought that structural materials have limited strength. Therefore, too much increase in the height of a structure may put unbearable pressure on the materials used particularly on the lower stories. Steel is one of the most fundamental materials that are commonly employed in the construction of skyscrapers. Steel can support structures of height about 6.2 miles or even more than that, whereas advanced composite steel has the tendency to support as much... ? 4 February, What do you think are the practical limits to how tall a skyscraper can be built? There has been considerable debate regarding the maximum possible...

Inequalities

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...height (in meter). If we know the individual height, then we can find the intervals for normal weight, overweight or obese based on BMI criterion. This paper will find the intervals for weights for a specific height using BMI criterion.
If the height is in inches and weight is in pounds... Inequalities First MAT 221 Dr. XXXXXXX XXXXXXXX Inequalities According to medical professionals, about two-thirds of all Americans are overweight and excess weight has about the same effect on life expectancy as smoking (Dugopolski, 2012). One way to decide if an individual is normal, overweight or obese is to calculate their Body Mass Index (BMI), which is calculated by dividing weight in kilograms by the square of...

Areas

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...Height
The area of a plane figure refers to the number of square units that figure covers. The area is measured in square units (e.g. cm2, meter2, km2, etc.).
Rectangle
Figure 1 shows a rectangle with base b and height h.
Figure 1: Rectangle
For finding area of a rectangle, first we will divide this in many smaller parts of a single square unit as shown by a shaded black region. Since, the length... CAP #3 This paper will develop and explain the ways to find areas for a variety of geometric figures that include rectangle, square, parallelogram, triangle, trapezoid and circle. The only formula that someone really needs to remember to find area of any of the mentioned figures is:
Area = Base times Height
T...

Unit VII Assessment Essay

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...height discrimination was there was discrimination on race and nationality where height restriction was used as a pretext under a disparate treatment. Firstly, the height restriction approach if not handled well can be discriminatory to people of racial background where their average heights are below the height restriction set by an organization (Countouris, 2007). In this case, the Average height of Vietnamese is 5’4”, and by enforcing a height restriction of 5’7”, the organization subjects... Unit II Assessment Essay Question Morales, who speaks only English owns and operates a large warehouse. Most of his workers speak only English, and he requires that all of his employees speak English and that all ...

Software Development (JAVA)

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...height For the Triangular tube the following calculation is performed Surface area = n X {(0.5 X side1 X side2... _Diagram The diagram shows the es employed in the java appplication. Here all the 4 es apart from the main executable (stand alone class) javaapplication1 have been clearly listed with complete information about the data members and the member methods along with their data types andd return types respectively. The calculateCost class is shown on top with its descendants (child classes/ sub classes/ derived classes) located at the bottom. The classes box, cylinder, traingular are illustrated at the bottom with connections to the calculateCost class which is the parent class. The working...

Geometry proj2

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...height... Project 2 Evaluation 32 Geometry 2 (MTHH 036 058) Part A: Other Transformations (24 points Draw XYZ with vertices X(0, 3), Y(2, 0) and Z(4,2). Draw XYZ and its reflection image in the line x = 4. Make sure to label the new triangle at X’Y’Z’. (3 points)
2. Draw XYZ with vertices X(1, 2), Y(0, 5), and Z(-8, 0). Graph XYZ and its image after a 270 rotation about the origin. Name the coordinates of each vertex of the image. (3 points)
3. You are making hand shadows on a wall using a flashlight. You hold your hand 1 foot from the flashlight and 5 feet from the wall. Your hand is parallel to the wall. If the measure from your thumb to ring finger is 4 inches, what will be the distance ...

How will basic business skills play a role in your professional life

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...height = 62
Weight = 200, height = 72
weight = int(input("Please enter your weight in pounds: "))
height = int(input("Please enter your height in inches: "))
bmi = weight/(height*height) * 703
print("Your bmi is: ",bmi)
if bmi

HW

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...height in a scatter plot. Comment on the nature of the relationship between TLC and height. The variable of TLC and height seem to share a direct (positive) relationship such that scores on TLC rises with increase in height. c. Perform a simple linear regression of TLC on height. 1. Are the results consistent with what you saw in the scatter plots? Yes, the regression analyses conforms the data obtained from the scatter plot. 2. Report and interpret the estimated coefficient (slope) of height in a sentence. The coefficient of regression is .0934323; and the t value obtained is 5.46, which was significant at the 0.0001 level... ? Statistical Reasoning in Public Health HW#2 Question one a What is the...

Skulls identification

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...height since they had large orbits which suggest they had large eyes and visual cortices. Nuchal area height is small and this is as a result of the high condylar position. Condylar position is quite high and the reason as to why there is imbalance of the head.
The taxonomic status of the Mystery skull # 2 is Homo erectus. This is so because the skull has a large face with low, sloping forehead and a massive brow ridge. It also has a broad and flat nose. The skull is also broad and long with sharp angles at the rear unlike the curve found in modern humans. The bones of the skull are very thick and formed a small central ridge, also... Skulls Identification The taxonomic status of the Mystery skull is...

Pure Maths Report

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...height of players and the BMI. It uses random sampling to select 40 samples from the members of the Mosley Hill athletic club. The driving force of this study is the hypothesis that tall people have higher BMI. The results of quantitative analysis are expected to show the relationship between the BMI and the heights of the runners. At the end of the analysis and presentation, the linear regression results will show whether there is positive correlation, negative correlation or null correlation between the two variables. This research follows... Book Report/Review, Mathematics Pure Math Report Introduction From the study of statistical processes, this study investigates the relationship between the height ...

Geomorphology Lab 3

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...height, length and thickness. Through exploring these factors, the knowledge about the degree of weathering on tombstones is established. Further, a model for predicting age can be succinctly tested based on weathering degree.
As the result of the above... Introduction The degree of tombstone weathering is figured to rely on various factors given that the some tombstone stayslonger than others do. One of the major the factor that can be measured effectively is the age of the gravestone. Through calibrated relative dating, that involves dating them relative to each other, the age of the tombstones can be arrived at. Other factors that affect weathering degree of a tombstone include type of rock,...

Lab report

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...Height Travelled By a Model Rocket The determination of rocket field is useful when in the quest for determining how high a rocket flies, at a given moment. In this lab, the major objective was to predict how high a rocket model could fly once launched. This involved acquiring a model rocket, then launching it to determine the figures for the various variables. Another related objective was to apply equations for basic projectile motion in determining how high a rocket can fly. Since launching the model rocket, this is considered a projectile motion influenced by height of launch pad, gravity and velocity imparted by the engine. Consequently, there was need... Lab report Prediction of the Maximum...

Tory Burch

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...height
10.5” height
10.5” height
10.5” height
10.5” height
Product
Robinson
Kelsey
Kelsey
Kelsey
Robinson
Rating
4/5
3/5
3/5
3.5/5
3/5
Features
Gold tone H/w
Silver
Silver tone
Silver tone
Silver tone
Price Points
$495.00
$498.00
$495.45
$497.00
$493.00
Paying Grounds
Online
Online
Online
Online
Online
Customer Care
Active
Active
Active
Active
Active
Communication channels
5
4
4
4
4
NOTE
New
New
New
New
New
Work Cited
Caroline Z. (25 January 2013). "Empowerment in fashion... Tory Burch Brand Analysis Tory Burch is known to be a luxury lifestyle brand that is defined by the American sportswear, and embodies the personal lifestyle of its CEO and designer Tory Burch. The initial initiatives of Tory...

Functional Block Diagram

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...height in this reservoir. In the event the tank overflows, it may pose a serious environmental risk and hazards that may result in negative economic influence (Levin & Ted, pp. 124-178). Below is the stepwise analyzes of the system in a procedural manner. Control Objective: here, the goal is to maintain the height of the tank within certain bounds since too high height... A Functional Block Diagram is a multi-system, time-sequenced, stepwise flow diagram of a functional flow. A chemical process-operating unit does consist of many unit operations. The control of operating unit is to considering the control of each unit operation separately. Figure 1–1 shows an example of a chemical process in a...

PHYSICS PROBLEM

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...height=1.00m. The bullet remains in the block and after the impact, the block lands d=1.90m from the bottom of the table. To determine the initial speed of the bullet, one must understand the following. This is a form of an inelastic collision where the bullet comes to rest inside the block. Therefore, kinetic energy and linear momentum are lost.
Initially, the block being at rest has zero kinetic energy but has a potential energy= mgh, i.e., m=mass, g=gravity and h=height. On collision, the bullet and the block become one and keep moving together for some time t until... Physics Problem A bullet of mass m = 8.00g is fired against a block of Mass M that is initially at rest at the edge of a table of...

Mathematical modelling

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...heights of two roller coasters. Height is a crucial attribute in the design of actual roller coasters and when determined, it is then related to roller coaster site and the conditions needed to have smooth rides. In this report, the application of mathematical models has involved listing all known variables as a way of identifying the unknown. This is followed by defining assumptions, and applying the physical principle to be applied to the model.
Analysis
Analysis:
Q1:
Table data with t range of 0 to 12 seconds for the Feel the fear coaster:
Since to find the maximum height and minimum height the first derivative is zero... Mathematical Modelling al Affiliation Mathematical modelling is a fundamental ...

Coastal lab essay-hydraulic engineering 2

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...height (usually taken as Hs) 13
KD = non-dimensional constant for armour units 13
α = angle of structure slope facing the waves 13
The advantage of rubble mound structures is: 13
1)Failure of the amour cover layer is not typically sudden. 13
2)The structure continues to function during the storm. 13
3)The damage can be repaired after the storm. 13
The slope facing waves should never be steeper than 1 (v) in 1.5 (h). 13
The armour layer should extend at least 2 times the design wave height below MLW. 13
The secondary armour layers, if the armour unit mass is M, first ‘filter’ layer beneath should be 1/10–1/15 × M and second under layer ~1/200 × M. 13
A usual breakwater: 13... Contents Breakwater Design...

Answer questions

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...Height conversion: Feet to inches--- 1 foot = 12 inches (5’6” = 66 inches)
Inches to meters (m) = 1 inch = 0.0254 (5’6” = 66 inches = 1.6764 m)
Inches to centimeters (cm) --- inches x 2.54 (66 inches x 2.54 = 167.64 cm)
For all questions that involve math, you must show your math work to receive full credit.
1. What is your BMI [weight (kg) ÷ Height (m2)]? Refer to your textbook and determine your BMI classification. Calculate your BMI (show your work) and indicate your BMI classification in the space below.
BMI= 75/(1.5752)= 30.2
My BMI is 30.2 ,indicating my weight is in the obese
2. Using the Harris... Weight conversion: Pounds to kilograms (kg) --- weight in pounds 2.2 = weight in kg...

Search on the internet for a graph in your field of study that is misleading and discuss. Please also attach a link to the graph so that we can refer to the graph in your discussion

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...height is almost double the first bar, yet the value presented is only $66.2 billion. The first bar is only $60 billion, which means that the second bar should not be double the height of the first bar. The same is true with the height of the second bar as compared with the third bar. The third bar’s height is more than double that of the second bar, yet... Misleading Graph Misleading Graph The graph that will be evaluated in this essay is the Company Valuation of Facebook as analyzed by PrivCo (PrivCo., 2011). The bar graph shown is an example of a misleading graph. One noticed that the scale does not start at zero; instead it starts with $55 billion. Looking at the second bar of the graph, the...

Market research about electric wheelchair prices

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...height and angle of the seat base (Mobility Zone, 2013: n.p). Armrests are both height and width adjustable and are padded for extra comfort and flip away to make transfer easier. Wheels are arranged for optimum support and stability and the central wheels... Market Research about Electric Wheelchair Prices Roma Medical Shoprider Marbella Electric Wheelchair Roma Medical Shoprider Marbella Electric Wheelchair price is £1,342.00. It has features such as adjustable seat and backrest, swing in and out footrest and back folds for storage and transportation that makes it suitable for its users. It can be used for both indoor and outdoor use.
The seat is comfortable with headrest and a fully adjustable height...

Body Mass Index

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...height and mass. This conceptwas devised between the 1830s and 1850s by a Belgian polymath called Adolphe Quatelet. Body mass index calculation is arrived by calculating the square of a body mass divided by the square height. To date it is the best proxy of body fat percentage in relation to height and weight. Body fat calculations and measures became paramount due to rising cases of obesity in western countries and enabled professionals to identify and address weight problems both overweight and underweight (Hoeger & Hoeger, 2012). Although it is mainly used for medical diagnosis, it was primarily... Mass Index BMI or body mass index is a measure of the human’s body in relation to body height and mass. ...

Selected years/seasons in terms of temperature and precipitation

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...height, characterized by a relatively calm weather.
Winter-1963
Winter-1983
Summer-1976
Summer-1983
Summer
Ht (m)
(max-min)
Winter
Ht (m)
(max-min)
June 1963
Max=5919
Min=5266.53
652.47
December 1976
Max... 1) How unusual are the selected years/seasons in terms of temperature and precipitation Use standard deviations to quantify this. (50 marks) Answer:
The troposphere is the lowest layer of the earth's atmosphere, starting from the surface and extending to an altitude of about 8-16 kilometers. It is distinguished by the circulation of currents from one region to another through heat transfer. Precipitation has an unusual link to temper...

My structural engineering class

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...height because their foundations are designed in a way that would sustain the structure and would not be affected by construction of another tall structure. Tall... February, Why do tall buildings tend to be built where there are other tall buildings?
One key reason why certain regions are crowded with tall buildings is that tall buildings provide more room for utilization in the limited horizontal zone. For example, cities like Dubai have a big share in the global trade and business. Accordingly, population in Dubai is enormously large for its geographical size. Tall structures help accommodate the load of population.
Tall structures are constructed in regions equipped with structures of similar height...

Spurious Relationships and Extraneous Variables

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...height of women is significantly correlated with a risk of developing certain kinds of cancer growths. This study is part of the ongoing Million Women Study, which is an in-depth analysis of the various aspects related to health of women. According to this study, per four centimetre increase in the height of a woman, her chances of contracting 10 out of the 17 common types of cancer conditions increases by 16... Spurious Relationships and Extraneous Variables Find one media example of a correlation that could be argued to be spurious (third variable). Explain your media example.
In an article on the web-site Culturemap, Sarah Byerley cites a new study by Green et. al. (2011) which has found that, height ...

Biology 1110, Principles of Biology. Laboratory exercise 2, Statistical Analysis

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...Height (Cms)
Weight (Kg)
Cm/Kg
1
183
77
2.38
2
167
47
3.55
3
170
64
2.66
4
182
79
2.30
5
161
52
3.10
6
158
45
3.51
7
181
75
2.41
8
178
73
2.44
9
176.5
67
2.63
10
183
84
2.18
11
162
71
2.28
12
174.5
83
2.10
13
176
62
2.84
14
181.5
75
2.42
15
157
44
3.57
16
167.5
66
2.54
17
176
80
2.20
18
185
61
3.03
19
163
45
3.62
20
172
80
2.15
21
181
93
1.95
22
176
55
3.20
23
170
67
2.54
24
178
74.5
2.39
25
166
46
3.61
Table 1: Cm/Kg ratio of the individuals in sample
We will be dividing the above table into two groups... on the basis of Cm/kg ratio. One group will have individual ratios different form 3.5 and 4.5 Cm/kg , while the other group will comprise of individuals who have a Cm/kg ratio between 3.5...

Geometry

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...height above the ground, and x represents the distance from the face of the building. All height and distance measurements are in feet.
A. Use the situation above to complete parts A1 through A5.
1. Find... Quantitative Literacy Steve Beckman WGU QLT1 Task September29, A. Complete the following graphs:
1. Graph the following values on a single number line
• Value 1: 1
• Value 2: 0
• Value 3: –6
• Value 4: 3/4
• Value 5: –1.7
2. Graph the following points on a single coordinate plane. Make sure to indicate labels for each quadrant of the coordinate plane.
• Point 1: (3, –2)
• Point 2: (0, 0)
• Point 3: (–1, 7)
• Point 4: (3, 5)
• Point 5: (–4, –5)
(3) Graph the following functions on a separat...

Free Fall Lab Report

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...height should take the same time to freely fall through a given distance. Different ability of different objects to counter the resistance therefore account for the difference in time that different objects take to freely fall through a given height.
Serway and Jewett explain that freely falling objects obey established laws and equations of kinetic motion. Under... Free fall lab report Introduction Any freely suspended object falls towards the earth’s surface, an observation that explains gravitational force. Anattracted object moves with an accelerating force that may be different for every type of material. Under an ideal set up, however, without any resistant force, any dropped object from a height...