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Investigating Charles law
Objective: to investigate how the volume and the temperature relate in gas law when the
pressure is held constant.
Introduction
A French scientist by the n

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a) Squaring 9 and then x (9-x) is incorrect because one should square both sides, not
terms.
Below is the correct way of solving the equation
3711 x = 9-x
Squaring both sides
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Other Matrix products
The Jordan Product
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Suppose A = n*m and B = m*n, AB is then an n*n matrix and BA is an m*m matrix. That means
you will not be able to add them as provided in the Jordan product hence A a

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Coloured fire
Colored fire is an effect that is used in fireworks, in stage productions or by the fire
performers throughout the world. The color of a flame can be yellow, blue, w

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a) Converting 4710 to binary and hexadecimal
When converting decimal to binary, the number is divided by 2, and the remainder is noted each
time (Schneider, Gersting and Brinkman, p

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Scientific Variables
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A scientific variable is any factor, condition, or item that can be changed or controlled
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Radiocarbon dating
Source: https:/sites.google.com/site/datingarchaelogy/home/radiometric-carbon-dating
Rationale- for this project I chose to analyze the concept of radiocarbon dating. I chose
this topic because it is i