Garrett Morgan They Made America
Garrett Morgan was creative in several ways crafting an invention that revolutionized
disaster relief, provided an uniform way to maintain traffic order and above all, claimed
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Lemon Car Competition
EG 1003 Section B3
Date of the Experiment: October 27, 2016
Due Date: November 1, 2016
Jamie Chen, Kathy Ching, Richard Yeung
Overview
Experimental Objective
Introduction
Background Information
Materials
Procedure
Data Structur
Lab 1C: Mousetrap Vehicle Competition
EG1003 Section B3
Author: Kathy Ching
Partner(s): Jamie Chen and Richard Yeung
Date of Experiment: September 8, 2016
Date Due: September 15, 2016
Abstract
This lab was a test of using knowledge to understand the princ
Heat Transfer and Thermal
Insulation Competition
EG 1003 Section B3
Kathy Ching, Nina Scher
Date of Experiment: November 17, 2016
Date of Presentation: November 29, 2016
Overview
Experimental Objective
Introduction
Background Information
Materials
Pr
Lab 3: Product Evaluation and Quality
Improvement (Red EV3)
EG 1003 Section B3
Date of the experiment: September 22, 2016
Due Date: September 27, 2016
Jamie Chen, Kathy Ching, Shi Shu
Overview
Experimental Objective
Introduction
Background Information
Mat
Renewable Energy
Competition
EG 1003 Section B3
Date of the Experiment: October 20, 2016
Due Date: October 25, 2016
Jamie Chen, Kathy Ching, Richard Yeung
Overview
Experimental Objective
Introduction
Background Information
Materials
Procedure
Data/Observa
) = (1 ) = . 52(1 .52) 500 = 0.0223 . (1 ) 0.5 358 We start by taking our statistic (p) and creating an
interval that ranges (Z.95)(sp) in both directions where Z.95 is the number of standard deviations
extending from the mean of a normal distribution r
distribution are 1.96 and 2.58 respectively. Notice that with few degrees of freedom, the values of t are
much higher than the corresponding values for a normal distribution and that the difference decreases
as the degrees of freedom increase. The values
334 the mean is a measure of the sampling variability of the mean. Recall that the formula for the
standard error of the mean is The larger the sample size (N), the smaller the standard error of the mean
and therefore the lower the sampling variability. S
to choose its brother as our second Martian. 330 As you are probably thinking, it is pretty rare that we
know the population mean when we are estimating the variance. Instead, we have to first estimate the
population mean () with the sample mean (M). The
= 2 350 where MSE is our estimate of 2. In this example, MSE = (2.743 + 2.985)/2 = 2.864. Note that
MSE stands for mean square error and is the mean squared deviation of each score from its groups
mean. Since n (the number of scores in each condition) is
343 to 113.52. These limits were computed by adding and subtracting 1.96 standard deviations to/from
the mean of 90 as follows: 90 - (1.96)(12) = 66.48 90 + (1.96)(12) = 113.52 The value of 1.96 is based on
the fact that 95% of the area of a normal distri
= 2 Group 1 Group 2 3 2 4 4 5 353 Then, MSE is computed by: MSE = SSE/df where the degrees of
freedom (df) is computed as before: df = (n1 -1) + (n2 -1) = (3-1) + (2-1) = 3. MSE = SSE/df = 4/3 = 1.333.
The formula is replaced by where nh is the harmonic m
332 Characteristics of Estimators by David M. Lane Prerequisites Chapter 3: Measures of Central
Tendency Chapter 3: Variability Chapter 9: Introduction to Sampling Distributions Chapter 9:
Sampling Distribution of the Mean Chapter 10: Introduction to Esti
346 Instead we compute an estimate of the standard error (sM): The next step is to find the value of t.
As you can see from Table 1, the value for the 95% confidence interval for df = N - 1 = 4 is 2.776. The
confidence interval is then computed just as it
= + ()() = + = + = 2 347 Table 2. Response times in seconds for 10 subjects. Table 2 shows the time
difference between the interference and color-naming conditions for 10 of the 47 subjects. The mean
time difference for all 47 subjects is 16.362 seconds a
3 Confidence Interval on a Proportion
= (1
) 356 For this example, N = 34 and therefore the standard error is 0.180. The Z for a 95% confidence
interval (Z.95) is 1.96, as can be found using the normal distribution calculator (setting the shaded area
to .
Writing Lab Reports
Writing Lab Reports
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Audience: Other engineers
Purpose: Discuss significance of experimental results
Engineering Needs Reliable Knowledge
1) Use stan
o 10.1Music and dance
o 10.2Literature
o 10.3Cuisine
o 10.4Folklore
10.4.1Mythology
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11See also
12References
13Further reading
14External links
Etymology
There are various theories about the origin of
and an
.[84] It was adopted in 1989 as the International Labour
Organization (ILO) Convention 169. Chile ratified it in 2008. A
Chilean court decision in November 2009 considered to be a
landmark ruling on indigenous rights and made use of the
convention.
a 2012 database of the International Telecommunications
Union (ITU), 61.42% of the Chilean population uses the internet,
making Chile the country with the highest internet penetration
in South America.[150] The Chilean internet country code is ".cl".
Wate
Government and politics
Main articles: Politics of Chile and Law of Chile
The Palacio de La Moneda in downtown Santiago.
currently.
Since the early decades after independence, Chile has always
had an active involvement in foreign affairs. In 1837 the coun
incorporated in 1826. The economy began to boom due to the
discovery of silver ore in Chaarcillo, and the growing trade of the
port of Valparaso, which led to conflict over maritime supremacy
in the Pacific with Peru. At the same time, attempts were made
France
From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
This article is about the country. For other uses, see
France (French: [f s]), officially the French
Republic (French: Rpublique franaise [epyblik f sz]), is
a sovereign transcontinental state comprising territ
10Culture
of Diego de Almagro's first Spanish expedition south from Peru in
153536 called themselves the "men of Chilli".[17] Ultimately,
Almagro is credited with the universalization of the name Chile,
after naming the Mapocho valley as such.[15] The ol
Spanish encountered various cultures that supported themselves
principally through slash-and-burn agriculture and hunting.[25]
The conquest of Chile began in earnest in 1540 and was carried
out by Pedro de Valdivia, one of Francisco Pizarro's lieutenants,
Chile
Chilean Army
, all purchased from the U.S., in March 2007 after several
decades of U.S. debate and previous refusal to sell. Chile also
took delivery in 2007 of a number of reconditioned Block 15 F-16s
from the Netherlands, bringing to 18 the total
the recent high price of copper, bilateral trade between the U.S.
and Chile has grown over 60 percent since then.[25] Chile's total
trade with China reached US in 2006, representing nearly 66
percent of the value of its trade relationship with Asia.[25] E
, and withdrawal of bank
, copper workers, and the small business class. On 26 May 1973,
Chiles Supreme Court, which was opposed to Allende's
government, unanimously denounced the Allende disruption of
the legality of the nation. Although illegal under th