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    I arrived in the Academic Plaza before four in the afternoon and noticed two people lying in their hammocks, which were on opposite ends of the plaza. The sun radiated through the leaves and a light breeze kept the plaza cool and balmy. One of the hammocks was a bright turquoise color and it quickly caught my eye. I decided to approach this person versus the other because she was closer in proximity to me and exuded a friendly aura. Haley’s hammock dangled in one of the larger trees in the area from a notably large branch, which was near enough to the ground for her to reach. She inhabited her double-nested Eno hammock alone while completing an assignment on her laptop. Haley’s earphones resided within her ears when I approached, so my introduction exerted a slight awkwardness; however, we exchanged a little information about ourselves and Ms. Page was kind enough to agree to respond to my prepared questions. Prepared Questions: • How often do you hang your hammock outside? • When did you hammock for the first time? • Are there other locations that you enjoy doing this, or do you primarily hammock in the Academic Plaza? • What kind of activities do you typically do during your time here? • Do you prefer to hammock alone or with other people? • How long do you like to stay when you come to the Academic Plaza? • How important is weather when you consider this activity? • Do you ever talk to the other people in the hammocks around you? (If yes,) have you met any friends by…

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    Four Core Motives

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    In this world we are all striving to be something, we all have motive and reason. While we all know this simple fact and statement, something that is simply not quite well known is that there are only for core motives that are in the world. Now this might come as a shock to most that out of the seven point two billion people on this earth there are only four core motives that are distributed between us. The method in the madness comes from the one and only Dr. Taylor Hartman, after years of…

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    The observed colour was orange, which fit the emission spectrum. Few specks of blue were observed, this might be due to the Bunsen burner not being completely cleaned or the sodium not being completely pure. The observed colours match those of the spectrum, and can be accepted as true. The observed colour for lithium was a dark red colour. Lithium’s emission spectrum consists of purple, blue, cyan and red. Few darker specks of blue were observed, possibly from the same substance that made the…

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    Epson Printer Case Study

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    Next, use the roll paper knobs to remove the paper. Return the adjust lever to the position, then reload the paper into the roll paper feeder. Cutter error Problem: The automatic roll paper cutter could not cut the roll paper correctly. Solution: Remove the roll paper, then reload it into the roll paper feeder. Adjust lever position error Problem: The adjust lever is set to the position. Solution: Set the adjust lever to the appropriate position for the loaded paper. Ink low Problem: The ink…

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    The migrating filaments disappear into the umbra, leaving a bright dot. The evolution of such filamentary structures can be seen in the movie-I (attached as online material). The filament shown in cyan circle initially show a dark striation which develops into a 'Y' shaped and with time it migrates into the umbra, leaving a bright dot. Similarly, the filament indicated by a green circle evolve and disappear. The filament shown by the yellow circle also shows similar evolution, but an another…

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    blindfold in my creative piece signifies that, for this trial, Justitia truly was blind – ignorant of the truth as opposed to being impartial. The blindfold is depicted with the Union Flag, the symbol of a united Great Britain, This image portrays the nationalistic sense of duty that blinded the justice system into committing such an atrocity as the legal convictions of the Guildford Four. The overall message is that Lady Justice is blind to the obvious lies and to the rigged weighting of the…

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    absorbency and whiteness was first presented and it was assumed that change of these principle paper properties would affect color reproduction. This experiment was conducted with the help of papers: Chenming double-sided gloss coated papers with 250 g/m2, 200 g/m2, Chenming double-sided matt coated papers with 128 g/m2 and 105 g/m2, Dongfan double-sided gloss coated papers 128 g/m2, Daewoo double-sided coated paper 157 g/m2, Huaxia double-sided coated paper 128 g/m2, Yatai lightweight coated…

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    Light Wavelength Essay

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    are added up they form the colors on spectrum. Red, blue, and green each have a complementary color which allows them to make white when they are mixed. Yellow is a complementary color of blue, magenta and green are complementary colors, and red and cyan are complementary colors. This is similar to the cone cells because the cone cells are sensitive to red, green, or blue light. And the lights of different wavelengths simulate a combination of receptors composing a wide range of colors. Light of…

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    Crank Arms Case Study

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    2. Crank Arms The crank arms presented here have never been evaluated experimentally. All discussions on performances are speculative only. Four crank arms are presented here. They all have the following characteristics. 1. Each arm comprises two bars. 2. The first bar, identified as Bar A, has a cavity to hold the second bar. 3. The second bar, Bar B, is fully or partly inside the cavity in Bar A. The crank arms differ from each other in the shapes of Bar A, and in whether Bar B has a pin. In…

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    1. Is it true that a homozygous dominant father and a homozygous recessive mother could give birth to a homozygous recessive child with the disorder phenotype? Explain. From the information provided, it can be determined that this statement is not true, as the offspring of this couple will not be homozygous recessive for the given trait. As both of the parents are homozygous for their respective alleles, every child would receive an allele from each parent, one being dominant (D) and the other…

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