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    area of some jelly, I think each time I change the surface area then the time the jelly dissolves will be increased. I think this because each piece of the jelly I will be using will be small, so in that case there will be less to dissolve, as I think increasing the surface area in any investigation will speed up a reaction. So the smaller the pieces of jelly, the quicker my groups reaction will happen, as more collisions. As in the collision theory, it says that when increasing a surface

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    part of the process is called restriction digest. Firstly the DNA is broken into pieces using an enzyme called Hinfl. This enzyme, which comes from the bacteria Haemophilus influenza, is able to recognise and break DNA whenever a sequence of GANTC appears. GANTC stands for the bases that are found in DNA (Guanine, Adenine, Cytosine and Thymine). The N stands for any nucleotide (phosphorus and sugar). The pieces of DNA are then sorted by size using electrophoresis. DNA particles are placed into

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    group of Celtic pieces, which were easily some of my favorite songs of the nights. The pieces were stringed together so nicely that it was a bit hard to catch on to when the songs changed, but they were still very, very easy to listen to. The songs were soft, often sad, and only speeding up in the second song, slowing down once more for the third. Easily, these pieces were some of the best that were played all night – not exactly an easy feat. In my opinion, the Celtic Medley pieces were very hard

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    Babmana People Headdress

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    indicate a sense of whimsical liveliness found in nature. The piece is best viewed up close diagonally so the full geometric detail of the work can be viewed. The work does not interact with the space around it, but rather stays contained and compact. One could infer that the purpose of this sculpture was to dress up an individual as an antelope for a ritual perhaps, however; “one can only guess at the artist's motivation” in making this piece, due to lack of information provided (146). Therefore, the

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    majority of implements for use in the tea-ceremony are pieces of ceramics. These "tea-ceremony ceramics" of various kinds contain pieces from different places of production. There are Chinese pieces, Korean works. Japanese products, enameled wares from south Asia such as Java, Sumatra, Burma and India, Annamese, Siamese, products of southeast Asia, and European pieces brought by Dutch traders. Various combinations of these ceramic pieces are devised at each tea-ceremony. They are responsible in

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    A Piece of Eden

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    A Piece of Eden Cal Poly Swine Unit sits atop a hill at the end of Sports Complex road on fifteen acres of Cal Poly land that stretches along the railroad tracks, past the baseball and softball diamonds, the intramural soccer field for miles, and the rodeo arena where cowboys and cowgirls on horseback lasso and barrel race. The grounds of the swine unit looks like a piece of Eden. Fruit trees grow on a patch of cool green grass, and a pond that attracts birds and vegetation and is used for irrigation

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    Violence Against Women

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    “Ending Violence Against Women” and “Violence Against Women”. The authors of both pieces were not mentioned but the presumed to be someone who wants to prevent or help those who have been victimized by someone they know. The audiences for both pieces are any one who wants violence against women to stop and people who have and still are being victimized to know that there is help out there. The purpose for both pieces are the same as well, they are to inform people that violence against women is preventable

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    remember what they have learned, and recall the lesson when it comes time to take a test or do their homework. Within mathematics, many different manipulatives are used to enhance learning. Among the most commonly used are tangrams. The seven pieces that make up a set of tangrams have value well beyond their small size. One of their most important values, other than providing educational entertainment to students, is the introduction of geometric properties and theorems. When introducing

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    metals expand when heated’ is caled a universal proposition. A universal proposition mentions al things of a certain kind. The proposition '‘Al metals expand when heated’ is about al metals, not just some of them; it is about al pieces of metal, not just some pieces. Any piece of metal, any kind of metal, according to this proposition, wil expand when heated. Now as we have said there is a great deal of evidence supporting this universal proposition; it is not a proposition that many would doubt. But

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    Heart of Darkness - Reform Piece or Racist Trash? In 1890, Joseph Conrad spent four months as a steamship captain in the Congo. Like his character Marlow, Conrad became both physically ill and greatly disturbed as a result of his experiences. The Congo haunted Conrad, and despite the fact that he spent relatively little of his time there, he felt compelled to write about his experiences years later.1 Indeed, the Congo had a profound influence on Conrad. While there he met Roger Casement

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