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    Introduction to logarithmic function calculator: In mathematics, the natural logarithmic function is defined as the function contains three parts, namely the number, the base and logarithm itself, Now the logarithmic calculator is the function of the logarithm function which means we are using to the base of ‘e’ where e is constant, base of ‘e’ value is given by [e = 2.718281828] . The logarithmic function calculator is represented as [y = log_b^(x).] We take the value of base of

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    Decibel Portfolio

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    level , is measured in decibels (dB), where . From this function a specific relationship between and can be drawn that holds true for any increase in intensity. By knowing the value of beta ( ), the value of can be found via manipulation of the logarithmic function, and by knowing the value of beta can by found by just taking the log of and multiplying it by ten. The intensity level of ordinary conversation is 65 dB. In order to find the intensity of normal conversation on must set beta to 65 dB and

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    the volume of carbon dioxide produced is equal to what the equation suggests. Equipment: * Heatproof mat * Bunsen burner * Boiling tube * Bung * Delivery tube * Water bath * Measuring cylinder (250 cm³) * Digital weighing scales * Spatula * Clamp and stand * One molar copper carbonate (1 gram) * Two molar copper carbonate (1 gram)

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    to more collisions between the chalk powder and the hydrochloric acid. This is a list of all the equipment I am going to use! · Boiling tube · Powdered chalk= 0.10g each time · Hydrochloric acid= 10ml each time · Accurate measuring scales= (0.00) · Test/boiling tube rack · Measuring cylinder for the acid · Stop clock to time the reaction! (most important) · Small piece of paper to put the chalk on when I measure it! This is a picture of my experiment. The only thing

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    25.92 ) x 1000 = 0.0968 mol dm-3 So the concentration of the acid is 0.0968 mol dm-3. Evaluation: There may have been some limiting factors during the experiment which may have affected the results. The first of these may have been the scales, it is possible that when I was weighing out my Na2CO3

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    to use three different size marble chips small, medium and large. This will give us 3 clear differences in size dor us to use in our experiment Mass of marble chip We will use 2g of each type of marble chip and we will measure it out using scales. As we are only investigating surface area we will keep the mass of the marble chips constant. Prediction ========== I predict that by increasing the surface area of marble chips the rate at which hydrochloric acid reacts with these marble

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    Robber Barons in America

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    Robber Barons in America What is a robber baron? Webster’s New Dictionary defines it as an American capitalist of the late 19th century who became wealthy through exploitation (As of natural resources, governmental influence, or low wage scales) or a person who satisfies himself by depriving another. In America we had a lot of these kind of people. For this report I am going to tell you about the ones that I found most interesting to me. I would first like to tell you about Cornelius Vanderbilt

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    The Renaissance

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    specific human emotions. Word painting was used in the madrigal, which is a piece that matches the word of the song with a musical setting. For example if the text had words like “rising,” “flying,” or “soaring” then the music would be fast upward scales. (Source: Jeremy Yudkin “Understanding Music”) The most famous composer that wrote such madrigals was Giovanni Pierluigi da Palestrina. Palestrina, according to most Renaissance scholars, was a master composer. He started out in 1554 performing Masses

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    Carrot, Potato, Parsnip and Sweet Potato. · (2 x) 50ml of 0.2M sucrose solution. (10ml each chip). · A razor to make the 5 x 1cm chips. · (10 x) test tubes. · Tile for cutting on. · (2 x) Test tube racks. · Safety Mat. · Stopwatch. · Sensitive scales. I plan to find the rate and trend of osmosis in these vegetables. I will have to do the experiment described above to accomplish this. To find the rate I have to find the mass change in 1 hour, and I will have the rate of mass gain per hour, for

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    The location of agriculture at all scales is the result of the interaction between physical, cultural and economic and behavioural factors. Farming in Great Britain has been characterized by technological changes in recent decades which has led to massive increases in yields and improved stock rearing. Much of this change is due to the application of scientific research in plant and stock breeding and improved mechanization. But even today agriculture relies heavily on the physical environment. All

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