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    condition. The maximum aloud limit is .04 mg of alcohol per 100mL of blood. Each time the individual uses the system and small computer records information. The system it self costs around 135.00 with a maintenance fee of about 100.00 a month. The hypotheses for this program are: Is the ignition interlock program effective in reducing impaired driving recidivism? Does it have an impact on more serious, persistent impaired drivers? Finally, does the program continue to be effective even after the interlock

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    On Certainty

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    Skepticism”, Peter Unger makes the case for the “universal form of the skeptical thesis”. He is arguing for the position that any type of knowledge is impossible for any person. His argument seems to be a simple one, derived from two very clear hypotheses, but that is not the case. This paper is an attempt to show that while philosophically interesting, Unger’s attack on knowledge is not nearly so damaging as he contends. I will argue that Unger mischaracterizes the nature of certainty as it

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    Beauty

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    importance of beauty in human and animal breeding as well as survival. One such article The Biology of Beauty suggests this importance and backs it up with many facts and figures as well as surveys on normal people. The article states many theories and hypotheses and also tries to explain why beauty plays such an important role in sexuality and power. What is beauty? According to this article, beauty is a combination of symmetry, special qualities, and traits. Symmetry is perhaps the most supported part

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    Statistical Investigation Into Height and Weight of Students My hypotheses are as follows: ~ 1. Year 11 students are, on average, taller than year 9 students. 2. There is better correlation between height and weight in year 7 than there is in year 11. 3. The taller someone is the heavier they are. Below are the sampling methods that I have used in my coursework: Stratified Simple Random Stratified sampling can be defined as the process where the population is divided into

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    conduct an investigation about the CBD structure of a settlement area. I chose to study Tervuren because it is located in the green belt of the capital Brussels. It is also not a very big town so it would be easier to get more accurate results. Hypotheses: 1. The town centre has a distinct CBD, identified by the ground floor land-uses of each building. 2. The Street Quality Index (SQI) will be higher in the CBD than in the surrounding housing areas. 3. The CBD will have higher pedestrian

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    The Continuing Mystery of SIDS

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    Finally, SIDS has been more often associated with prematurely born infants. This seems to suggest that developmental immaturity may present a likely situation for the development of SIDS. Each of these characteristics must be considered when forming hypotheses for the possible cause of SIDS. Initially, research on SIDS centered around the performance of an... ... middle of paper ... ...Gliosis and Vasculature": Annals of Neurology, Vol. 4, No. 3, September 1978. Takashima, S , Armstrong, D

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    times, researchers still have come up with one consistent hypothesis: American students are constantly scoring below the national average in academic testing. In order for Tsao to complete her study, she came up with specific research questions and hypotheses for her study. The study done in 2004 was to determine why is it that Chinese students are constantly amongst the top scorers in cross-national studies of achievement and American students are constantly below the national average. Dr. Yea-Ling

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    Ecology

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    living, that affect an organism. Ecology then is the study of the interactions of organisms in their environment includes both the living (biotic) and physical (abiotic) factors of the environment. It's also the science, which formulates and tests hypotheses about environment. Ecology is the relationships, identification and analysis of problems common to all areas. Ecology studies the population and the community, evaluates cause and effects of the responses of populations and communities to environmental

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    traits that enabled the species to avoid oxygen deficit while hunting deep-sea dwelling prey. This essay will outline the hypothesised respiratory, circulatory, pulmonary and sensory attributes of the Plesiosauroid as they relate to diving. These hypotheses will be supported by investigating the physiological adaptations of the Plesiosaur’s biological analogues, and the prospect of similar adaptations in the former will be speculated upon. Reptiles have a low metabolic rate: they consume energy

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    risk behaviors such as smoking, sexual promiscuity, or alcohol abuse? As researchers become closer to finding these answers, they become closer to finding out how to treat and council people on these types of activities. In this study, several hypotheses are made about the hormone testosterone, and it’s relationships to biology, health and social behaviors. On average, te... ... middle of paper ... ... Also testosterone collections would need to be done in both genders when subjects are

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