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    Investigating a Maximum Volume The shop keeper says, “When the area of the base is the same as the area of the four sides, the volume of the tray will be a maximum” Investigate this claim. In this coursework I will be investigating whether the shopkeepers claim is correct. I want to find out if the volume of the tray will be a maximum if the area of the base is the same as the area of the four sides. To investigate their claim I will use tables to show my results. I will be investigating

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    Investigating How to Get the Maximum Volume From a Cuboid Introduction I am doing an investigation into how get the maximum volume from a cuboid using a square with smaller squares cut out from each corner to then fold it up into a cuboid. Cut out the red squares and fold inwards on the blue lines to get a cuboid. To get the maximum volume from the cuboid you need to work out the sizes of the squares you want to cut out from each corner. The formula I used to work out the volume

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    population of Grinnell, Iowa. Grinnell is a typical American town where the people are just like every other average citizen of the county. The commercial plays with the viewers emotions and helps them to better understand how beneficial the National Maximum Speed Limit was for the United States (“55 MPH Public Service Announcement (1978)”). The altering of speed limits has the power to save, and the power to kill. If the government imposed a speed limit akin to the one enacted in 1974 on drivers today

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    Max shouted,“Run, Run Run!” The book Maximum Ride Angel Experiment is written by James Patterson. Maximum Ride Angel Experiment is about a group of six kids who call themselves the flock and the oldest is Max who is fouteen and then its Fang, Iggy, Nudge, Gasman, and Angel who was six. The six of them are on the run from scientist which the six of them call white-coasts. The reason is that they have special abilities which are that Angel can hear people's thoughts and all of them can fly. This all

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    various goods so as to obtain maximum satisfaction. Assumptions The principle of equi-marginal utility is based on the following assumptions: (a) The wants of a consumer remain unchanged. (b) He has a fixed income. (c) The prices of all goods are given and known to a consumer. (d) He is one of the many buyers in the sense that he is powerless to alter the market price. (e) He can spend his income in small amounts. (f) He acts rationally in the sense that he want maximum satisfaction (g) Utility is

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    during exercise because my muscle being used will need a higher supply of oxygen, which is carried in the blood, therefore my heart should pump faster to deliver for the demand of oxygen. · I predict that my maximum heart rate will be around 205 BPM, this is because to work out maximum heart rate you can roughly calculate 220, minus your age.

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    Fencing Problem

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    Fencing Problem Introduction: A farmer has 1000 metres of fencing, and he wants to be able to get the maximum amount of space that he can with the 1000 metres. By using formulae that we already know, we can find out what shape can give the most area. I will test each shape to find the maximum area I can, then I can eventually use the shape that can create the largest area with 1000 metres of fencing. First I will look at Rectangles, then all 3 types of triangles, Pentagons, hexagons and

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    Microeconomics Questions

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    of the university. Using the free land is a good idea because it frees up money that could be used to build and improve the sporting facilities, or could be put into more important parts of the university. Overall, using the free land will provide maximum benefit for students in the long run, as the $3 million can be used on something else in the university. 2) a. Explain the difference between point elasticity of demand and arc elasticity of demand. Point elasticity is the measure of responsiveness

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    Educational Philosophy

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    philosophies core some elements should never change. This paper will attempt to shed light on what I believe to be concrete elements of any good teacher’s philosophy. While investigating my personal thoughts and desires as to how I hope to achieve maximum learning. My personal strategy to develop self-motivated learners. Concord College prepares it’s education majors well. We have been given a proper foundation to build upon. We have been taught the proper methods and theories. While given an

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    Sunspots

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    including real estate sales to fluctuations in the climate have been attributed to the cycle of sunspots. These fluctuations may be an explanation of the decline of Sun worship in India due the increased sunspot activity during the time of the Medieval Maximum. Throughtout history these fluctuations have been omens (e.g. a slave revolutionists incited a riot when he interpreted the site of a large black area on the Sun as the black taking over the white) (Schaefer 38). There are also modern examples of

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