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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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    In “Thirteen Reasons Why,” written by Jay Asher, a girl who is actually not alive, communicates through tapes. Asher uses internal thoughts from the main character, figurative language and repetition in the story to show how various actions impacted people differently. He uses Clay’s thoughts to show how different events affected Hannah. He uses figurative language to express how Hannah is feeling, and how people physically influenced her life. Repetition is used throughout the story to show how…

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    Once a week, I meet up with my friend Michael to talk about some of the bigger ideas that seem to consume the great majority of my thoughts. Our bonfire chats generally last until 9 or 10 PM, just in time for me to catch some of the George Noory show on my way home. How can you not love a talk radio show devoted to aliens and conspiracies? The other night, however, 1290 AM was not coming in too great, so I scanned the dial and stumbled upon a voice that could only be that of a Christian preacher…

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    ANEROID – sensitive component in an altimeter or barometer that measures absolute pressure of the air. -Sealed, flat capsule made of thin corrugated disks of metal soldered together and evacuated by pumping all of the air out of it.…

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    Many young people receive a significant volume of pressure to live up to their families ' expectations. Additionally several parent expectations can damage a child 's self-confidence, self-image, and mentality. Even if the parent means well, children can perceive their good intentions in a different manner. As a Mexican-American Richard Rodriguez felt pressure from his mom and other family members to shield his dark skin from the sun, he speaks on his insecurities in Complexion. Rodriguez…

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    Gas Law Experiment

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    NTRODUCTION In this experiment the validity of Gas Laws were observed and the relationship of two variables, temperature and volume, against pressure was tested. Gas Laws are encompassed by the Ideal Gas Law in which PV=nRT observes the general behavior of a gas under ideal conditions in terms of pressure(P), volume(V), moles of gas(n), gas constant(R), and temperature(T). The Ideal Gas Law is a combination of Boyle 's Law, Charles ' Law and Avogadro 's Law and was first introduced in 1834 by…

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    Private high schools and colleges are becoming increasingly difficult to get into. These pressures trickle down into middle and elementary schools as kids are pushed to be in accelerated programs and constantly reach the top of their class. Even A’s are no longer good enough because one should be getting the A+ or a perfect 100%. One student reported…

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    Boyle's Law

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    Unlike solids and liquids, gases are known to have both variable volume and pressure. The gas laws were formulated in the late 18th century by various scientists to develop a relationship between the volume, pressure, temperature, and the number of moles of a gas.1 This has allowed scientists today to manipulate these variables in controlled lab settings, to utilize these laws in new innovations such as ventilation systems, and to explain observed biological phenomenon like breathing. Boyle’s…

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    tested, using a gas pressure sensor and a temperature probe, in order to produce constants for both these laws. In Part A, a setup with a 20 mL syringe and a gas pressure sensor was used to measure the effect of a change in volume on the pressure of a gas, and to obtain various data points that were used to measure 4 values for a Boyle’s Law constant. In part B, a setup with a water bath, and a rubber stopper assembly in an Erlenmeyer flask was used to measure the change in pressure of a gas…

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    Ideal Gas Law Experiment

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    will be changed to mm=gRT/PV instead of the usual PV=nRT. There are several gas laws exhibited in this experiment. Dalton’s Law of Partial Pressures allows us to determine the pressure of the gas by subtracting the water vapor pressure from the total pressure of the flask. The total pressure would be the barometric pressure for the day and the water vapor pressure would vary with the temperature. The ideal gas law (PV = nRT) is…

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