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    The Open Box Problem

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    The Open Box Problem An open box is to be made from a sheet of card. Identical squares are cut off the four corners of the card as shown in figure 1. Figure 1: [IMAGE] The card is then folded along the dotted lines to make the box. The main aim of this activity is to determine the size of the square cut out which makes the volume of the box as large as possible for any given rectangular sheet of card. 1. For any sized square sheet of card, investigate the size of the cut out

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    The Open Box Problem

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    The Open Box Problem An open box is to be made from a sheet of card. Identical squares are cut off the four corners of the card, as shown below. [IMAGE] The card is then folded along the dotted lines to make the box. The main aim is to determine the size of the square cut which makes the volume of the box as large as possible for any given rectangular sheet of card, but first I am going to experiment with a square to make it easier for me to investigate rectangles. I am going

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    The Open Box Problem

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    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

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    The Open Box Problem

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    The Open Box Problem An open box is to be made from a sheet of card. Identical squares are to be cut off at the corners so that the card can be folded into the open box. The diagram below shows the sheet of card and the four corners, which are to be cut off. --------------------------------------------------------------------- [IMAGE] There are two objectives I shall be investigating: 1. To determine the size of the four square cuts that will make the volume of the box as large

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    A Pandora's Box of Problems Waiting to Open

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    What comes to mind when you think of Antarctica? Far away, penguins, maybe a few scientists, and……ice. Antarctica is a continent located towards the Southern Pole and covered, completely, in ice. The ice has come and gone throughout history as the result of massive changes in climate and now, something is happening to it. The ice is depleting, though not as fast as the Arctic Ocean, and not quite the way you would think. And if we accept that it is depleting, what happens as the climate continues

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    Empathy In The Role Play

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    LIST THE SKILLS THE STUDENT WAS ABLE TO DEMONSTRATE IN THEIR ROLE PLAY? SOLER- Faced client, with open and relaxed body language. Used gentle tone and minimal encouragers, like head nods and hand movements. Pace- A bit rushed, did not leave much time between clients answer before asking the next question. Open Questions- asked lots of open questions to learn more about the client’s story. Paraphrasing- Paraphrased lots, to repeat what the clients said as a way to double check I was understood

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    Report investigating the usage of the module assessment section of the university blackboard content management system. Executive Summary This report will be investigating how different users rate the module assessment section of the blackboard system and they use it. I will be using 4 different users to compile my results that have been chosen as they have different perceptions and usages for the system. I will be using questionnaires that I will send out electronically for my knowledge elicitation

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    was problems with finance and communication. Therapist used open-ended questions to encourage the couple to volunteer more information on their stated problem. Therapist lean slightly forward during session as a form of body language to informed the couple that I am listening. “The basic attentive listening posture in our culture is a slight forward trunk lean with a relaxed easy posture” (2006, A. Ivey, M. Ivey & ... ... middle of paper ... ... to listen to people that reports problems I am

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    Curiosity is an important and powerful trait. It keeps your mind active because curious people are always asking questions and search for the answers in their minds. It opens your mind up to new ideas. When you are curious about something, your mind can anticipate new ideas that relate to it. It takes curiosity to discover a new world of possibilities. With a curious mind, there will always be new things that attract your attention. Pandora in Theogony by Hesiod shows us why being curious can be

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    “Leadership and Self-Deception: Getting out of the Box” by The Arbinger Institute is about the culture of a company, Zagrum, and how the culture has contributed to it’s success. The concept that Zagrum relies on is ridding the company of “people problems” as a result from “being in the box”. The book talks about being in the box and what it means, how you get in the box, and how you get out of the box. The Arbinger Institute’s book describes how Zagrum’s top initiative is to reduce “self-deception”

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