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## Guidelines for Good Packaging, A List of Tips

Guidelines for Good Packaging We at "icustommadeit.com" help the creators by providing 'Guidelines for Good Packaging' for shipments. This is to ensure that the customized product arrives on time and safely within the stipulated time period. These packaging procedures and guidelines provided by "icustommadeit.com" is to make the packing procedure easy and convenient for the creators. • Use a stiff box with intact flaps • Remove any kind of labels and markings from the box • Wrap all customized items

## physics lab

– 38710 dynes BF = 5390 dynes 3. Volume of Water = radius^2 x length V= (.63cm) (4.65cm) V= 5.80 cm 4. Buoyant force (measured) = mass in air/ density BF= (44,100 g) / (7.76 g/cm^3) BF= 5684 cm^3 5. % difference = BF calculated – BF measured/ BF measured % difference = 5390 – 5684 / 5684 % difference = 5.4 % 6. Density = Mass / Volume Density = 45 g / 5.80 cm^3 Density = 7.76 g/cm^3 7. Volume of wood = length x width x height V = (7.62cm) (7.63cm) (3.86 cm) V = 224. 42 cm^3

## Sun, Sand, Sea, Magic

standard shapes and variations on these: short board, gun, and long board. The short boards are designed for performance and speed. Short boards range from five feet to seven feet in length. The gun surfboards are your mid-sized shapes ranging in height from seven feet up to nine feet. Easier to learn on because of the extra length, yet more cumbersome to turn and maneuver. The long boards are nine feet and longer. Long boards are slow and smooth, catching waves easier because of the longer planning ability

## Reflection For Multiplication

My lesson was taught to a group of fifth grade math students at Athens Intermediate School, located in Athens, Al. The lesson focus was on volume. The Alabama course of study standard that was addressed was to understand concepts of volume and relate volume to multiplication and to addition. During the lesson I focused on some areas of interest: Were the lesson standards and skills met? What individuals had trouble, and which individuals did well and why? What were some strengths and weakness for

## The American Disabilities Act: Ramps on Sequoyah

The American Disabilities Act has specific requirements for wheelchair ramps. This paper will explore those requirements and determine if the ramps on Sequoyah’s campus meet those requirements. ADA requires a ratio of 1:12 slope ratio, which is equivalent to 4.78 degrees or one foot; meaning there needs to be one foot of wheelchair ramp for each inch of rise. For example, a 40-inch rise requires 40 foot of ramp. The requirement for the landing, or the area at the top and bottom of the ramp has to

## Infinity

Infinity There is only one being, continuous, material, and motionless. Let's take a moment to examine a number line. <----|----|----|----|----|----|----|----|----|----|----|----|----|----|----> 5 10 15 20 25 30 35 40 45 50 55 60 65 70 It's pretty simple to understand. The line represents a distance, and the "|" characters symbolize different points on the line-the exact points are differentiated by the number below them. Any number line is understood to have contain points which aren't necessarily

## The Open Box Problem

The Open Box Problem Introduction The aim of my algebraic investigation into the open box problem is to determine the size of square cut which makes the volume of the box as large as possible for any given rectangular sheet of card. The problem itself is simple, an open box is made from a sheet of card, identical squares are then cut off each of the four corners, the sheet is then folded to make box. It is my aim to find out the maximum square cut which gives me the maximum volume box

## The Open Box Problem

with a side length of 10 cm. Using this side length, the maximum whole number I can cut off each corner is 4.9cm, as otherwise I would not have any box left. I am going to begin by looking into going up in 0.1cm from 0cm being the cut out of the box corners. The formula that needs to be used to get the volume of a box is: Volume = Length * Width * Height -------------------------------- If I am to use a square of side length 10cm, then I can calculate the side lengths minus the cut

## Investigating the Volume of an Open Box

whilst changing the side of one length of the cut out square and the size of the original rectangle card. After I have investigated this relationship I will try to find out the formula for finding the cut size to get the largest volume for any specified original card size. Square card size I am going to begin by investigating a square card because this will give me a basic formula which I can elaborate on. I will start with a round number of 20cm for the length. This means that the maximum

## Length and Resistance of a Wire

Length and Resistance of a Wire Brief How is resistance of a wire affected by the length of a wire. How will I do it? I will have to measure out lengths of bare wire, all of the same type of metal, thickness, and keep them at the same temperature (to keep the experiment reliable and precise) I will use constants of voltage and variables of lengths of wire. I will also measure the current and voltage by using a voltmeter and ammeter for extra reliability. I must take in to account