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  • Personal Narrative Essay: My Experience To The Ring Of Fire

    Finally the day was Wednesday the 13th of August. I was so excited to be attending the Jackson County Fair with Ryan, my boyfriend, this year. But the one thing I wasn 't excited for was to ride The Ring Of Fire. This was the ride I gazed at from my house, three blocks away. Sixty feet high in the sky, round like a ferris wheel, passengers would sit in a caged style ride, that looped around clockwise and counterclockwise, and occasionally stops at the top. The fire engine red loop reminded me of a hamster, on a wheel who has lost control. We wondered into the crowded Fairgrounds, and reached the line for the Ring Of Fire. I had made a compromise with Ryan, if I were to go on this ride, I got to pick the next one. I knew that I had some…

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  • Personal Experience: An Interview With Detective M. Carter

    other windows were fully intact and the vehicle was equipped with after market window tint that measured 5% on the side windows. CONCLUSION: In conclusion, Acelio Lopez was operating his 1996 Toyota Tacoma extended cab pickup, southbound on County Road 579. He failed to negotiate a large radius left curve in the roadway and exited the road surface onto the west grassy shoulder. His Toyota Tacoma entered into a counterclockwise rotation while traveling through the grassy shoulder, leaving…

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  • Analysis Of Shearing The Sheep

    • Rectangular painting, divided into top third roof and lower thirds is ground, the floor board. • Scene is set in daytime, in a building with brown pillars that has sheep with the wools being shaved. • The colours of the floor board and the sheep are consistently pale browns with their skin and shaved wool cream in colour; the rooftop of the building is dark, predominantly browns, with black lines between it for the right side of the roof top, and dark grey rectangular on the left side. • The…

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  • Unit 3 Physics Lab 3

    12 m on “long range” setting Figure 3 Calibration Curve Figure 4: Calibration Curve Part II: The Force Sensor Table 2: Force Sensor Measurements Parameter Value Uncalibrated Weight of Mass -2.08 N Calibrated Weight of 200g Mass 1.65 N Weight of Hook 0.008 N Figure 5: Orientation of the sensor’s hook when moved in the forward and negative direction Figure 6: Curve of the force sensor when rotated from the vertical direction (up to 3 seconds) to the horizontal direction (up to…

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  • Wind Patterns Lab Report

    The theory behind the lab is to be able to figure out how areas of low and high pressure were in the southern hemisphere. To understand that wind flows counterclockwise when around the lower pressure and that wind flow clockwise around the high pressure wind. To be able to identify the reaction to differences in pressure. To be capable to spots point of equal pressure called isobars. b. If I have made any mistakes, then it would have been in the calculations of finding the gradient because I…

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  • Np-Dimer Lab Report

    S8 and also Movie S3 and S4), typical anomalous rotation dynamics begin to emerge (Fig. 4B and C). The diameters of the two NPs for D2 and D3 dimers are 60 and 80 nm (with ratio 1:1.3), and 60 and 90 nm (with ratio 1:1.5), respectively, as shown by the inset images in Fig. 4C. It is interesting to find that the angular displacement distribution of D2 dimer strongly biases to the negative side (second column of Fig. 4B), indicating a much higher probability of clockwise rotation than that of…

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  • Quantum Teleportation Speech: Star Trek

    That solution is what Einstein called, “Spooky action at a distance.” This “spooky action” is called quantum entanglement. Any two given particles can become entangled under the right conditions. Entangled particles have opposite characteristics of each other. For instance, if one of the entangled particles has a clockwise spin, its entangled partner has a counter-clockwise spin, and vice-versa. The “spooky” and incredible part is that the particles can be any distance away from each other, and…

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  • Crank Arms Case Study

    Bars A1 and A3 are hidden in Fig. 9, so that one can see how Bar B moves inside A2. Crank arm extension and retraction in these figures are given in detail in Figures 6B and 7, respectively. Some remarks. 1. In the crank arm extension given by the first track and Fig. 6A, the pedal spindle initially moves up a slope with an inclination angle of 33°. This angle decreases as the crank arm rotates clockwise. One can change the dependence of this angle on arm direction by changing the shapes of the…

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  • Reward Function Case Study

    angle and its derivative are both positive ( and ), viewing the bicycle body from behind (Fig. 3), its center of mass is placed on the right side of the negative z axis, while it is moving toward the y axis, which means it is rotating clockwise. In this case, it is easily concluded that a torque in u1 direction is needed to push the bicycle toward its vertical equilibrium position. Therefore, reward should be given to the torque in u1 direction (rather than in u2 direction). When a torque in…

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  • All In The Mind Analysis

    This particular episode of All in the Mind focuses on the hypothesis “Is being gay in your biology?” The research of three scientists focusing on what biological traits are different between gay people and straight people is presented in an easy to understand fashion. The first researcher we come across is Psychologist Dr. Richard A. Lippa. Dr. Lippa is looking for a link between gay people and their personalities by trying to figure out if genes play a role in the interests of gay people. One…

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