# Percent difference

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• ## Vitruvius Lab Report

equal subject’s height. Data After all appropriate data has been collected and possibly edited if needed, and multiplied by the necessary numbers, proceed to calculate percent difference. to calculate percent difference for wingspan to height, take the subject’s wingspan, and subtract it from the subject's height. Once the difference between wingspan and height found, divide the number by 10, and multiply the number you have received by 100. Doing so will provide percent difference for height to wingspan ratio. Data Analysis To find the percent difference tibial length, take tibial length✖4- remember this should according to Vitruvius Theory be the same as the subjects height- and subtract from the subject’s general height. take the number found and divided by 10. Take the quotient the number found divided by 10 and multiply it by 100. Doing so will provide percent difference for tibial length to general height ratio. To find the facial length, take facial length✖8- Once again remember that according to Vitruvius’ theory, this should be the same as the subjects height- and subtract from subject’s general height. Take this number, and divided by 10 it 100; after dividing, multiply by 100. doing so will provide percent difference for facial length to general height ratio. Once all percent differences have been found; it is time to start graphing. Before the graph can be made, it must be decided what is the independent variable and what is the dependent…

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• ## Personal Narrative: My Step-Mom As A Real Mom

of everyone but myself, my step-mom focused on taking care of me. She made a huge difference for me. I never took showers because I never had time too. She helped me and pushed me into taking care of myself. She also taught me how to take care of myself. She knew I didn’t know how to so she took the time to teach me. I never ever knew how to prepare myself for the day ahead of me. I never knew how to even dress properly. That made a huge difference to me now. I know how to take care of myself so…

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• ## Personal Narrative: My Experience With Poverty

group of college kids, ready and willing, but little did we know what experience lay ahead. By being willing to do whatever was necessary to make a difference, we were able to affect the lives of many people by sharing the love of Christ in a practical way. We pulled up to the church on a Monday afternoon and quickly piled out of the vans. We were all ready to get settled in, but that was not the plan Carrie, the outreach coordinator for Restored, had. She met us on the front walk and warmly…

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• ## Similarities Between Yanomamo And Samoan People

Different cultures have diverse ways of experiencing aspects of their culture. There are many commonalities and distinctions between the Yanomamo and Samoan peoples. They have different and similar subsistence methods, divisions of labor, occupational specializations, exchange of goods, and economic links to power. These differences and similarities are striking and deserve thorough examination. One of many aspects Samoan and Yanomamo life that is different is their subsistence methods. The…

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• ## Athens And Sparta Differences

Athens and Sparta had many differences, but they also had many similarities. In the essay will cover government, education and social roles for Athens and Sparta. Government as well as education and social roles had many differences and similarities. Government had many differences. (Such as Sparta having a military base and Athens having a smarter base.) Education also had many differences. (Such as Athens teaching their boys to read and write and Sparta teaching theirs to fight.) Social…

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• ## The Plague And Christianity Compare And Contrast

Christians and Muslims have different opinions, Christians believe the plague was the worst thing , Muslims viewed it as a blessing. Had the Black Death really impact the religions? Muslims have a belief that everything Allah (God) is our reward. The outraged plague was a reward for all our sins and that we had to pay them according to the Muslims. Christians had their totally different opinion. Christians would get angry at their own religion. Both religions have differences and…

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• ## High School Versus College

both areas is a must to do the best that you possibly can. Putting forth the research to find that good school whether it being high school or college is something I will defiantly do for my own kid’s education. High school and college are alike in ways, but also very different as well. Let’s start with differences between the two education levels. One thing that I think is very different from high school to college is the overall freeness and facilities. When in high school you are held to…

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• ## Similarities Between Machu Picchu And Mesa Verde

What do you think when you hear about the cliff dwellings of Machu Picchu and Mesa Verde? Thesis: The Machu Picchu and Mesa Verde cliff dwellings were ancient civilizations that contained both differences and similarities, and they were highly important. Mostly because of their harvestation, supplies, skills, terrains, structures, and artifacts. The Machu Picchu cliff dwellings were different in several ways regarding farming, building, and other numerous things. According to Source Three,…

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• ## Animal Testing

When animals are tested at different times than the humans are which is common, it will take longer periods of time to compare the results between the two models. Each animal’s immune system is different and works in its own way according to its biological model. The comparasins of the model gives little or no help to the benefits of research ( Cynthia, 33). For example, a certain type of primate is not affected by the HIV virus, but the human’s immune system gets destroyed overtime by the same…

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• ## Personal Narrative: The Creation Of Individualism

this world gives us a multitude of opportunities to craft our beliefs. Once these beliefs are seeded, values begin to grow in your life. Values are the things that are subconsciously back in our heads yelling at us when we are making every single decision throughout our lives. The years that pass allow for you to shape these molds directly and fittingly into your own life. Individualism is the uniqueness of one’s self which in turn creates differences among any two people you see on the street.…

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