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    The purpose of our investigation is to find the most efficient way to recycle cans( make them self- implode) to help the Oakland Recycling Center find the best process for them to recycle aluminum. This problem is important because it is important for us to start recycling cans in order for global warming to decrease in the world. Not recycling cans means that new aluminum cans will have to be made, and to make new aluminum cans people have to dig into the earth’s crust which wastes a lot of…

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    Some scientist didn’t believe that the popping noise had anything to do with gas bubbles. To follow up on this hypothesis, some scientist used an MRI to prove the “gas bubble theory” wrong. First, scientist had studied 10 joints by using volunteers’ fingers into a tube. They did this so they could apply traction to the joint. They had specifically used the metacarpophalangeal joints because those were the most common joints that people crack. Then, they took images before and after cracking the…

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    Bottle Rocket Experiment

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    difference in initial pressure inside the bottle rocket and the atmosphere, and the vertical height reached by the bottle rocket after 0.1 seconds, is proportional. This is quantitatively demonstrated by the high R2 value of 0.99533 of the graphed relationship, which indicates the likeness of points in a data set to an established trend; where 1 = a perfect relationship. The gradient of 0.0236 in the best fit regression line of the data, indicates that for every increase of 1 PSI in pressure…

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    ingenious experiments called “Opinion and Social Pressure”. Asch discovered by doing these experiments that individuals can be persuaded by a group of people to deny your own sense. Over the years Asch got the information to provide a powerful explanation on how people will forget their own sense and judgment to their peers. In “Opinion and Social Pressure” Asch did many experiments to figure out what the effect would be on if a group pressures an individual throughout a series of tests. Asch…

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    Abstract: This research will be an overview about what are the pressure related dangers of scuba diving, how do these dangers happen, how to prevent those dangers and the identification of their symptoms. Introduction: A form of underwater diving with the use of breathing apparatus to breathe underwater is Scuba Diving. Great freedom of movement and longer underwater endurance can be felt for diving with their own or personal source of breathing gas which contains compressed air rather than…

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    I want my Privacy In decades, there have been many advances in the technology industry. Undoubtfully, one of the important advances has been the internet. In "Job Candidates and Facebook ", Wei Du writes about the best-qualified candidate for the position. Information people put on social networking sites can easily be found by anybody worldwide. In "Gone with the Window," Dorothy Nixon focuses more on the personal vs. the business side, how social media can reveal too much about a person 's…

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    Oh That Sarah Sarah Zagorac is just your normal below average young adult. Sarah is a naive girl with no friends, and no future. State Farm khakis are brighter than her future. At the end of senior year at William Harrison High School, her yearbook quote was, “When’s this due ?” “Stefen, I love you.” Vampire Diaries, “The Turning Point.” As Sarah watches this show intensely, with the lights off, she hears a thunderous bang. Sarah is home alone, so most people would go and check it out,…

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    Crime Scene Evidence

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    device should be checked against a steel tape measure to compare over various distances. Boots states, "Probably one of the most commonly used devices is a good old-fashioned tape measure. It is recommended to use steel tape measures as opposed to those made of fiberglass. Steel tape measures tend to be more durable and have a longer life expectancy than fiberglass. Additionally metal tapes will not stretch like fiberglass." (Boots, 2014). Other than a tape measurer, an investigator may use a…

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    A Marching Band Analysis

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    One of the generalities about the band is that we are ambitious towards reaching goals yet lackadaisical towards giving the necessary work. We hope to have a productive rehearsal, yet talk for most of its duration. People, thinking they are leaders, yell for everyone to “help the pit!” yet do not help them themselves. As a band, we expect others to accomplish our goals for us. We assume that someone else is going to play loud enough to cover for our own lack of sound. We assume that the effort…

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    unfortunately had her life taken away from her by the hands of others. It all started with Justin, who wanted so badly to prove to his friends his worth he ruined her life. This was tape number one. Before Hannah committed suicide she made 13 tapes. The tapes were about the 13 reasons why she killed herself. As the tapes go on you learn more and more about how this young girl withstood this horrible amount of pain. With this pain, the actions of others killed Hannah baker. Betrayal, violence and…

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