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    The SOHO Project

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    The Solar and Heliospheric Observatory or SOHO for short is a cooperative joint effort by the European Space Agency (ESA) and the U. S. National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA). The main mission of this project is to study the internal structure of the Sun, its extensive upper atmosphere, as well as to determine the origin and characteristics of the solar wind. The SOHO spacecraft was launched on December 2, 1995 where then it was directed to go about 930,000 miles sunward from the Earth

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    Project Documentation

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    Project Documentation Introduction One of the administrative tasks in a hospital is to keep a record of loans to patients of equipment such as wheelchairs and crutches. The patients borrowing the equipment may still be in hospital or they may have been discharged. Records have to be kept of what equipment has been borrowed, by whom and when, and also if any equipment is not available because it is being repaired. You have been asked to create a computer application to replace the

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    Projects are implemented as a means of achieving an organization’s strategic plan. Operations and projects differ primarily in that operations are ongoing and repetitive while projects are temporary and unique. A project can thus be defined in terms of its distinctive characteristics- a project is a temporary endeavor undertaken to create a unique product or service. Temporary means that every project has a definite beginning and a definite end. Unique means that the product or service is different

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    Sensor Project

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    Sensor Project Method: · I set up the circuit shown in my diagram above. · I then recorded some results for my preliminary experiments at various temperatures. · I then started taking results at 5oC intervals starting at 45oC and ending my results at 85oC. · I then repeated the experiment 3 times. · I changed the ohmmeters sensitivity. · I recorded the resistance of the thermistor at 1oC intervals starting at 35oC to 40oC. · I repeated this new experiment 3 times

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    Sensing Project

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    Sensing Project Project brief A new greenhouse is being developed for gardeners who are concerned about overheating plants in their current greenhouses. The new greenhouse has been built with opening windows but occasionally the windows of the greenhouse slips fully open and allow all of the trapped heat in the greenhouse to escape quickly. This is a major concern for serious gardeners. The test is to develop a sensing circuit that will sense whether the windows are fully open, so a

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    Project Plutarch

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    Project Plutarch The chronometer superimposed over the edge of Floyd Garcia's vision displayed the year 28, A.D. This was the farthest projection yet, by nearly a thousand years, and at this temporal distance the computers were having trouble keeping up with the uncertainty calculations. This made the scene quite nauseating as Floyd adjusted the Virtual reality goggles and wiped the sweat from the place where the cushioned rim was held firmly against his cheeks by the tight elastic headband

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    Instrumentation Project

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    Instrumentation Project The aim of this experiment was to calibrate a thermistor and having done this, to estimate my body temperature. [IMAGE]This is a diagram to show the circuit that we created in order to complete the aim. The thermistor that I used was a positive coefficient thermistor, meaning that the resistance increases as the temperature increases, this then leads to an increase in voltage. This circuit has created a potential divider. Two resistors in series divide the voltage

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    Access Project

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    MS ACCESS PROJECT The MS Access project is group oriented to allow individuals to exchange ideas and learn from each other. You will build an Access database to store stock, student, and investment information with data downloaded from the Internet and copied from other sources. Each group member starts with $10,000 in imaginary money which will be invested after the closing of the market on Friday 2/18/05, and will be sold at the closing bell on Friday 3/11/05. Each group member must invest all

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    Field Project

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    Field Project To start off my discussion about inequality in the world I asked my sister four questions. 1) What is your American Dream? 2) Do you think there is an exit for children who live in poverty? 3) What is your idea of “makin it”? 4) As a citizen what do you feel you can do to help? I wanted to get an idea of her overall thought before telling her the brutal truth if she doesn’t already know. Answers: 1) My American Dream is the quote “ Happiness is positive cash flow”. It symbolizes having

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    Supermarket Project

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    Supermarket Project After a quick stop by my place of work on Saturday afternoon, I ventured across the street to the local Albertson’s grocery store. This excursion was an oddity to say the least as I couldn’t recall a time before high school when I was ever in a grocery store before dark. This, I figured, made a very familiar environment seem very alien to my senses. The purpose this was, and I knew I was correct in my decision-making as I found it difficult to locate a parking space that was

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