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    The Extension of an Elastic Band Aim & Hypothesis I anticipate that an increase in the load on the elastic band will result in an increase in the extension of it. I think that the extension will be proportional to the load on the elastic band. I think that there will be a certain amount or energy lost and that this will increase proportionally as the load increase. This will be lost due to heat energy. Safety RISK ASSESSMENT - LEVEL ONE This experiment does not carry many hazards

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    hope to achieve: I believe that the purpose of doing this is to allow me to demonstrate my understanding of Elastic potential energy. And the projectile concepts of the effect of changing potential into kinetic energy and for me to demonstrate my ability to apply elastic potential energy to a scientific investigation. What am I going to do and what will it prove: I am going to use an elastic band and release it from different tensions I will then measure how far it ‘flies’. Doing this

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    Elastic Computer Cloud

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    applications and created an environment where connectivity and availability is unobtrusive and prevalent. Amazon offers two options for hosting applications and databases. Amazon EC2 with Elastic Block Storage allows one to run a MySQL database server on Elastic Compute Cloud, an Infrastructure-as-a-Service provider, with Elastic Block Storage (EBS). Meanwhile, another option called Amazon’s Relational Database Services (RDS) is a scalable relational database in the cloud with high availability. COMPARISON:

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    Laundry

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    as shown above. •     Or, if there are clips on your hanger, clip the shirt on the shoulders. To Fold Socks: •     Place one sock on top of the other. •     Grab three of the top layers of elastic with one thumb, while holding one layer with the other. •     Roll your thumbs away from each other until the elastic on the sock is fully turned inside out. To Fold Underwear: •     Fold the two sides of the garmet together until they meet. •     Fold over once more if necessary. Folding laundry is an

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         Earthquake Design - A Conceptual Review     2 4.     Earthquake Resisting Performance Expectations     3 5.     Key Material Parameters for Effective Earthquake Resistant Design     3 6.     Earthquake Design Level Ground Motion     4 6.1.     Elastic Response Spectra     4 6.2.     Relative Seismicity     5 6.3.     Soil amplification     6 7.     Derivation of Ductile Design Response Spectra     7 8.     Analysis and Earthquake Resistant Design Principles     8 8.1.     The Basic Principles of

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    Natural Rubber

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    cup this is called rubber tapping which we can see in this picture. (slide 4) I’ll briefly describe the chemical constitution and physical state that we find natural rubber in first. Firstly it’s a polymer. It is found in a viscous, high-elastic form, (a thick gooey mess in other words) these conditions depend on long hydrocarbon chains (don’t worry the chemistry part is brief!), which are normally coiled and tangled. The high elasticity of rubber is made possible by the ability of the

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    Price elasticity of demand is defined as how demand changes as a result of a change in price. It can be said that if a reduction in price leads to an increase in demand then demand is relatively elastic. Elasticity is usually negative. There is an alternative scenario where demand will increase as price does so too. This happens only in the case of Giffen goods, where elasticity is positive. The formula for price elasticity of demand is: Percentage Change in Quantity Demanded Percentage Change

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    Macroeconomics

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    slope of the LM curve depends on the interest sensitivity of money demand. An elastic money demand function caused the LM curve to be relatively flat. An inelastic money demand function caused the LM curve to be steep. D) The slope of the IS curve depends on the slope of the investment function. If investment is highly interest elastic, then the IS curve is relatively flat. If investment is not highly interest elastic, then the IS curve is very steep. E) The quantity of money and shifts in money

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    reason and think, but how is it exactly that we go about doing this? Is thinking merely due to input and output, but if so then how come a person can build on previous knowledge? Where is this knowledge stored? Can we "max out" our brain or is it elastic? And is intelligence past knowledge or is that something we come programmed with? We cannot hope to answer all these questions, but it is interesting to note how if these questions were to be asked to five different people, their responses would be

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    the Constitution intentionally provides checks on congressional power, it also grants Congress significant powers in three important areas: economic affairs, domestic affairs, and foreign affairs. In addition, Congress is granted flexibility in the elastic clause that allows Congress to pass laws that are 'necessary and proper" for executing the powers explicitly assigned to it in Article 1, section 8 of the Constitution. It is not only the characteristics of congressmen that make Congress an imperfect

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