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I am Zero. I do not have a number, I am where the numbers begin. It’s hard to explain. I like the number three, but I don’t like it if it’s with four or five. Unlike the number five, I like the number four, but not if it’s with five or three. This isn’t because of how the numbers look, it’s because each number has a color. Five is red, three is yellow, and four is a mild green color. Nine is a dark, almost-black purple color and two is a very light blue, which is why they go so well together. They go together even better when the number three is involved, which is why my favorite numbers are nine, three, and two. The numbers one and zero are very versatile, because one is white and zero is black. This means that the numbers can compliment…

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In the article “Zero Tolerance for Zero Tolerance” by Richard L. Curwin and Allen N. Mednler the authors start by discussing how schools should not use the zero tolerance policy with every student. The Zero tolerance policy was first originally established to help improve safety in schools. This can be done by making sure that all children regardless of their age, race, athletic ability, and or parental influence. The authors explain how the schools used this as an excuse to treat all the…

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Absolute zero is the lowest possible temperature, where nothing could be colder and no heat energy remains in a substance. The absolute zero value of an experiment is the temperature at which entropy reaches its minimum value. The theoretical values for absolute zero is 0 Kelvin (-273.15 ◦C or -459.67 ◦F). This principle applies to the experiment as it explains the value at which a gas would theoretically have a volume of 0 mL and would therefore take up the least amount of space.…

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references. One of the main cities in the United States that we can look at is Baltimore, Maryland. This city as we look further into has problems with unjustified searches, seizers and arrest, mainly with African Americans in areas of concentrated disadvantage. Thesis: in this paper I will discuss. Subtopics A: The Baltimore Police Department has been reported with excessive use of unconstitutional stops, searches, and arrests by police. To get to fully understand what the DOJ report is…

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Act of 1994. In order to qualify for federal funding schools are required to expel any student who brings a firearm to school, at least one-year mandatory. (Meadows, 2014) Consequently, many schools have adopted zero tolerance policies for bringing a weapon to school. The zero tolerance policy “is a school or district policy that mandates predetermined consequences or punishments for specific offenses that are intended to be applied regardless of the seriousness of the behavior…” (Teske, S. C.,…

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RESEARCH QUESTION: This experiment will analyse the changes in performance of a cane toad in abiotic factors, such as temperature. HYPOTHESIS: Cane Toads exposed to a warmer temperature will more times per minute compared to cane toads exposed to a cooler temperature. METHODS: 16 cane toads were kept at a constant temperature in an insulated container (two treatments: 8 in 25 degree Celsius and 8 in 15 degree Celsius temperate environments). Toads were then taken out, one by one, and placed…

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buildings and a strong zero-tolerance policy that treats all behavior the same no matter what the offense is. The school systems are starting to depend on suspensions/expulsions and outside law enforcement to take care of issues in the classroom which is causing physical and emotional risks to youth. Zero tolerance policies were developed in the early 1990’s due to school shootings and…

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Copenhagen who later inspired him to construct a mercury thermometer. Roemer has constructed a spirit thermometer with an upper fixed point determined by the temperature of the boiling point of water and a lower fixed point determined by the temperature of melting ice. The two measurements were marked with 60 degrees and 7 to half a degree respectively. Roemer’s scale sustained the temperature of a mixture of salt, ice and water which was considered to be the coolest temperature of his time.…

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The Zero-Tolerance Policy first ever rose after the Gun-Free Schools Act of 1994 once the government had enough funding to support zero-tolerance in most all over the United States. Zero tolerance was meant to prevent crime and make the learning environment in schools all over the U.S. to be safer. Any student that breaks a rule should be given the harshest punishment without question to give a clear demonstration to other students that there are consequences for the decisions you make. As the…

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In every experiment there are constraints and requirements. Specifically in our Solar Oven Project we had budget, material, and performance constraints. The inside chamber, where the biscuit is cooked, must have a volume of 1000 cm3. In addition to that, the length of the window and the depth of the inside chamber must be at least 5 cm. The window must also be a square. The inside cooking chamber must be able to easily insert and remove the biscuit and hold the biscuit in place so when the oven…

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