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The Pressures of Dancers

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The Pressures of Dancers The typical idea of a dancer is that they are tall, slender, full of energy, and lucky because they dance with all of the “stars”. Much of this is true, however, what many people do not think of are the many hardships that a dancer goes through in order to achieve their high status in the dance world. It takes much hard work and determination along with good direction to become a dancer. However, nothing good comes without a price. Dancers often times have many pressures

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types of pressures:- The pressure of the fluid can be measured using two different systems. In one system, the pressure is measured above the absolute zero (complete vacuum) and is called as absolute pressure. In second system, the pressure is measured above the atmospheric and is called as gauge pressure. Figure17 Absolute Pressure:- It is the pressure measured with reference to absolute vacuum pressure. Gauge Pressure:- In this, by taking the atmospheric pressure as datum, gauge pressure is measured

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Pressures of Society Our behavior usually is controlled and decided by us, but that is not always the case. As we saw in the play Marty's behavior was not always his own decision. The behavior of any person can be greatly manipulated by society. There are a few points in the play and in normal life that can prove this statement is true. Marty's actions were greatly influenced by the views of his family and friends. Marty was forced into many actions by the people around him. A person will consider

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under the unsurmountable pressure from colleagues, administrators, and students; so we too face a myriad of pressures. I will be the first to admit that pressure from friends and family have really shaped me. I also know that they have their appropriate place in my life. To quote an old adage, “All things in good moderation.” Despite all the extensive efforts that I make to maintain a level of exclusivity in regard to such influences, I succumb the same to outside pressures. For instance, if we venture

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Pressure

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Pressure Pressure, is the ratio of a force acting on a surface, to the area of the surface; it is thus distinct from the total force acting on a surface. Units of pressure are force units divided by area units. Examples of these are pounds per square inch, dynes per square centimeter, or newtons (N) per square meter (Pressure n.pag). Pressure has many influences and effects on objects. When the pressure rises, it affects the melting point and the boiling point of a substance. This causes the raising

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relationship between volume and pressure and the relationship between temperature and volume are explored with the LabQuest pressure sensor. First, the sensor and a syringe were used to find the relationship between volume and pressure by changing the volume within the syringe while it was connected to the sensor. Next the sensor was connected into an Erlenmeyer flask which was put into boiling water that was slowly lowered to 0○ to measure the change in pressure while the temperature dropped. The

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degree in something. I just knew that my household would run on autopilot, that I could keep a full-time job and keep up my grades, and that my family would suffer no undue stress because I was attending school. How wrong I was! The three major pressures facing me today as a student are making good grades, making a living, and making my family happy. My utmost concern as a student is my grades. I have set some very high standards for myself. In addition to my goals, the programs I am in have

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PRESSURE GAUGES Introduction: Pressure gauges are devices that measure the rise and fall of pressure in a contained field. Eugene Bourdon was the first person to receive the first ever patent for a tube pressure gauge. Bourdon tube pressure gauge measures the pressure of various types of fluids including steam, water and air. Gears are connected to a coiled tube. The gears measure the pressures of fluids up to 10^5 psi. There is a wide variety of pressure gauges used in transportation

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Gas Pressure Lab We pumped air into the tube until the pressure was as high as possible, which was 3.4x105 Pa. We recorded the volume of gas; it was 16.0cm3. We then let the pressure down slightly and recorded the pressure and volume again. We repeated this about 15 more times, which was when the pressure reached 1.03x105 Pa. Here are the results: Gas Pressure (x105 Pa) Gas Volume (cm3) 3.4 16 3.23 16.9 3.09 17.8 2.91 18.8 2.78 19.7 2.62 21 2.48 22.1 2.31 23.7 2.15 25.7 1.97 28

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colliding with the walls, they exert a force, or pressure, on the walls of its container. Pressure is one of the characteristic behaviors that gases exhibit, but due to their nature, various factor effect the pressures that a gas can exert. Towards the end of the eighteenth century, scientist began to stumble upon these various factors that affect gases, especially

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