Sustainable development part 2

Sustainable development part 2 - Of the problems I listed...

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Devon Siegel Lesson 3 – Assignment 1: Feedback Control Systems Kate leaves her apartment on a chilly February morning on a mission to get to class before the freshmen take the good seats in the last row. Even as she starts her walk, multiple systems are working simultaneously. The most obvious is the system that deals with the kinetics of her body. Her legs are the most obvious element of this system, moving at a smooth pace in the direction of class. Other body parts, such as her arms and hips, also move in time with her walking pace. Kate’s circulatory and respiratory systems are also very active. These systems keep blood and air, respectively, flowing to specific locations. Kate’s nervous system is another very active system. It is vital in controlling her limbs, regulating breathing and making decisions on her walk to class. Kate walks to campus the same way every day: up College Ave., over the footbridge, across the engineering quad and down East Ave. But today, she encounters an obstacle in her routine. For
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This note was uploaded on 03/28/2009 for the course BEE 3299 taught by Professor Scott,n.r. during the Spring '07 term at Cornell.

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