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    The Beginnings of the Sectional Crisis During the antebellum period, the North and the South were complete opposites. This led to each side viewing itself as superior and viewing the other as "backward." Each side believed itself to be superior, in all aspects, to the other. The reasons for these opinions can be found in the different economic, social, and cultural systems found in these two regions. The Southern economy was primarily agricultural. This economy, like many other agricultural

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    The sectional conflicts within the United States affected numerous domestic polices and even caused, in part, Andrew Jackson’s election. Andrew Jackson’s election was greatly affected by sectional differences because he represented only a portion of the United States, yet it was the portion with a majority of Electoral College votes. The sectional differences of the United States caused a protective tariff to be levied. The Missouri compromise was also affected by the differences between various

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    There are two mind paths to choose when considering the statement that the compromises of the 1800s were not really compromises, but sectional sellouts by the North, that continually gave in to the South's wishes. The first is that the compromises really were compromises, and the second is that the compromises were modes of the North selling out. Really, there is only one correct mind path of these two, and that is that the North sold out during these compromises and gave the South what it wanted

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    will be on the length of a nichrome wire, the second experiment will be on the length of a copper wire, and finally the third experiment shall be on the cross sectional area of the nicrome wire. ====================================================================== Equipment --------- · Nicrome wire, in 3 different cross sectional areas · Copper wire · Battery · Crocodile clips · Ammeter · Voltmeter · Pliers · 1 metre ruler · Micrometer These are the constant

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    higher. Resistance is inversely proportional to cross-sectional area because if the cross-sectional area is increased then the electrons can move faster and therefore current is increased. Resistance and cross-sectional area can be considered similar to water travelling through a tube, the wider the tube the faster water can travel through it and the speed of the water is limited by the area of the tube with the lowest cross-sectional area. The factors, which I am going to keep constant

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    Resistance of a Wire

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    to run through them are called conductors, as they conduct electricity. Those which do not are called insulators. With each conductor the resistance will depend on length and the cross-sectional area. Resistance is proportional to length (L : R µ L) and resistance is inversely proportional to cross-sectional area (A :R µ 1). If we combine these two A We get Rµ L. We change this into an equation by introducing a constant called resistivity. This, A other wise known as p, is a number

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    Resistance of a Wire

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    this investigation I must see firstly what factors are involved when looking at resistance. I have come up with six things which affect the resistance in a wire:- Thickness- ---------- If the wire is very thick i.e. it has a big cross sectional area (csa). It will have a smaller resistance than one with a smaller csa. This is because electric current in a metal is made up of electrons jumping and hitting more electrons, like dominoes. The metal ions in the wire block some electrons

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    Eve of the civil war

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    On the eve of the Civil War, the United States was a nation divided into four quite distinct regions: the Northeast, with a growing industrial and commercial economy and an increasing density of population; the Northwest, now known as the Midwest, a rapidly expanding region of free farmers where slavery had been forever prohibited under the Northwest Ordinance; the Upper South, with a settled plantation system and (in some areas) declining economic fortunes; and the Southwest, a booming frontier-like

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    Magnetic Resonance Imaging

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    Magnetic Resonance Imaging Magnetic resonance imaging has the potential of totally replacing computed tomography. If history was rewritten, and CT invented after MRI, nobody would bother to pursue CT. --Philip Drew (Mattson and Simon, 1996) WHAT IT IS Magnetic Resonance Imaging, or commonly known as MRI, is a technique used in medicine for producing images of tissues inside the body. It is an important diagnostic tool because it enables physicians to identify abnormal tissue without opening

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    Aim The aim of this experiment is to find out how the area of the cross section of the wire affects the resistance and also to find out the resistivity of the wire having found the resistance over a certain length and using a certain cross sectional area. I will also experiment to see how the length of the wire affects the resistance. Plan The first thing that I will do is to set up the apparatus as shown below. A,V Except for the experiment where I alter the length, I will keep

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