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  • Np-Dimer Lab Report

    and also Movie S3 and S4), typical anomalous rotation dynamics begin to emerge (Fig. 4B and C). The diameters of the two NPs for D2 and D3 dimers are 60 and 80 nm (with ratio 1:1.3), and 60 and 90 nm (with ratio 1:1.5), respectively, as shown by the inset images in Fig. 4C. It is interesting to find that the angular displacement distribution of D2 dimer strongly biases to the negative side (second column of Fig. 4B), indicating a much higher probability of clockwise rotation than that of counter-clockwise rotation. In sharp contrast, the angular displacement of D3 dimer totally distributes at the positive side (third column of Fig. 4B), representing a unidirectional counter-clockwise rotation with random step length, where the photoinduced impulsive torques are unidirectional but random in…

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  • Naturalistic Observation

    In the article “How do you learn to walk? Thousands of steps and dozens of falls per day”, experimental research was done to find an answer to how infants learn to walk. Previous research was conducted on this topic, but it did not show anything about how much or how far infants walk, how often they fall, what makes them continue walking after falling, and how these abilities change with development. Researchers have simply focused on the structure of postures from a crawling to an upright…

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  • The Pros And Cons Of Academic Advising

    For starters, the walk in hours to see the academic advisor are so scarce especially when considering a student’s classes that they must attend. Another problem that these students are faced with is their own work schedules they must accommodate for as well. Between classes, work and other life activities, it is almost impossible to fit in the academic advisor. Not to mention the wait that goes along with it. This is a problem that needs to be solved in order to properly meet the needs of the…

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  • Analysis: Why Dr. E Did Not Follow The Scientific Method

    The scientific method is a systematic method of observation that involves asking a question, doing research on said question; developing a hypothesis and testing it by experimentation and drawing and reporting conclusions made by the experiment. Overall, Dr. E did not follow the scientific method. He didn’t do any research into his question; other than his own exercise habits and his discussions with his maternal grandmother he didn’t know a lot about health research and hadn’t worked with older…

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  • Quantitative Risk Analysis

    also, it provides alternative options for stakeholders to compare. If my project team have to deal with a project which puts the cost at the top priority of the triple constrains, I would definitely use the EMV analysis to give my sponsors and other stakeholders a clear and valid risk analysis report. Finally, the third type of quantitative analysis and modeling techniques is the modeling and simulation, which means that one can translate the specified detailed uncertainties into future impact…

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  • Copula Function Approach

    Li (2000) introduced copula function approach in the aspect of evaluating credit derivatives, the copula function has gradually become the main approach in pricing CDO (Burtschell & George, 2005). In Li (2000) paper, a new random variable named ‘time-until-default’ was created to demonstrate survival time of each defaultable entity. And the copula function approach is based on this random variable to evaluate the default probability of financial instruments. Specifically, copula function specify…

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  • Compare And Contrast Galileo And Socrates

    observation, measurement, and experimentation, allows for anyone to construct a proven hypothesis, essentially placing “philosophies” and “observations” has concrete facts that cannot be disproven. Using the scientific method on one occasion, Galileo creates a telescope with the power to see the moon a thousand times closer, which in turn fuels his observation and conclusions of the moon. (Galileo 39) Upon observing the “Heavens” Galileo begins to form his hypothesis that in fact the moon is not…

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  • The Importance Of Computers In The Classroom

    The problem this study is addressing is that in the physics classroom of a suburban high school, the teacher has access to enough laptop computers for every student to be able to use one, but does not use them because he does not know how to incorporate them into instruction or if they will be helpful in increasing learning. The purpose of this study is to find out if incorporating the laptops in a one to one computer based instruction will increase student achievement and motivation. The…

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  • The Importance Of Birds In The Woodlands Of Westfield

    Introduction: The importance of this study is to learn about birds and their relation to their habitat. There are many bird species that are abundant in the the woodlands of Westfield. Where different species of bird are located, depends on the environment. An environment can have a completely different habitat than another environment. Because of this, we suspect birds to favor one habitat over the other. From our hypothesis, we believe birds are going to be more numerous by the Westfield…

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  • Scientific Method In Algebra

    about their major before attending the university. When they take this class, they will be ready for the calculus class in the university and everything will be easier. Scientific Method The Scientific method is an essential thing that you do before you publish your research. It contains six steps, and you have to follow the order of the steps. The question is the first step to do your scientific method. You have to be a good questioner and ask for everything that you think it is…

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