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    is a stellar model of this media attention. It examines the exact cause of weight gain, and the reliability of the Government’s nutritional guidelines. The contention of Fat Head is that the U.S Government and Morgan Spurlock (the creator of Super Size Me) present misleading information. However, Naughton’s bias becomes apparent through the careful selection of film techniques, and the silencing of certain characters, who may express opposing viewpoints. The ideal audience of this documentary, parents

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    PARTICLE SIZE DISTRIBUTIONS (PSD) There are several mathematical distributions used for PSD’s, the 2 main distributions are Gaussian and Log-Normal. The Gaussian distribution is less common, and due to the fact that it is plotted with a regular scale it is asymmetrical. The Log-Normal distribution is plotted on a log x axis, hence this makes it more symmetrical and easier to read. Another distribution is a multimodal distribution, which has more than 1 maximum. 5 A study was done that compares the

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    benefited from this new interest in the non-fiction film movement, including directors Morgan Spurlock and Lee Fulkerson. The two filmmakers both made documentaries regarding healthy eating, or the lack thereof, in North America. Spurlock’s film, Super Size Me was about a healthy man who wanted to see what would happen to his body if he ate nothing but items from McDonalds for an entire month. On the other hand, Fulkerson’s Forks Over Knives is about a man on a quest to improve his health by consuming

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    Raising funds through Sponsume, Paul Davis - perhaps best known for the brilliant documentary Beware the Moon: Remembering 'An American Werewolf in London', directed his first short, Him Indoors (2012). It starred Reece Shearsmith as an agoraphobic serial killer, trying to cope following the death of his mother. It's a ludicrous 'why hasn't this been thought of before' idea, with Shearsmith perfect as the socially isolated Gregory Brewster, full of nervous facial expressions and awkward looks, but

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    Super-size was a 2004 documentary film directed and stared in by Morgan Spurlock, who wanted to prove that like cigarettes, fast food “McDonalds” is just as harmful to The American population of the United States. He got the idea from two girls who were in a lawsuit with McDonalds, They blamed “McDonalds” for having gained so much weight, and they were also blaming “McDonalds” for corrupting their eating habits. The lawsuit failed and that was the reason Spurlock, decided to take on his 30 day diet

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    and non educational challenges, which have made it difficult for the provision of quality education. One of the many different problems in public schooling in the classroom size. “Although common sense would indicate that smaller class sizes are better for students, research doesn’t show that this is necessarily so” (Class Size: Issues to Consider). Some students do learn better

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    effectively use all this data? The ever increasing sizes of the datasets make it imperative to design new algorithms capable of shifting through this data with extreme efficiency. Figure 1.1 The challenges include capture, storage, search, sharing, transfer, analysis, and visualization. The trend to larger data sets is due to the additional data derivable from analysis of a single large set of related information. As of 2012, limits on the increasing size of data sets that are feasible to process

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    A great way of learning the filmmaking process and to get exposure is by making short films. They have always been part of a standard film school education for directors and artists, but, with digital equipment making the process more affordable and online crowd funding proving popular, not to mention the ease of sharing the finished product, there are more film fans venturing behind the lens to make their cinematic dreams a reality. An interesting early example is Return to Glennascaul (1953),

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    size 0

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    against in society! Now I want you to think if your size was never modeled and people thought of it as negative on society. You would feel like your size wasn't "accepted" among your peers, and or adults. Why should anyone have to feel this way about their size? The fact is they shouldn't.Size zero models should not be banned from society, some people are naturally small, and they actually encourage a thinner body size for America. Discriminating on a size zero model because of how thin they are is exactly

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    The Open Box Problem

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    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 square which makes an open box of the largest volume. 2. For any sized rectangular sheet of card, investigate the size of the cut out square which makes an open box of the largest volume. Question 1 ----------

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