#include <stdio.h>
#include <stdlib.h>
int main(int argc,const char *argv[])cfw_
int num = atoi(argv[1]);
for(int i = 1; i<num+1; i=i+1)cfw_
int ret = 8*i;
printf("0 \n", ret);
return EXIT_SUCCESS;
#include <stdio.h>
#include <stdlib.h>
int recurse(int n
Gauri Prasad
Writing 101: Citizen Science
Professor Julie Tuttle
Due Date: March 20th 2015
Reflection from Draft 2
Professor Tuttle,
This topic first struck my interest when the fact that citizen science was conducted
in India was brought up in class. As
Gauri Prasad
Writing 101: Citizen Science
Professor Julie Tuttle
Due Date: February 28th 2015
Literature Review Draft 1
Citizen science can be defined as the engagement of amateur volunteers in
scientific or academic research in the place of professional
Gauri Prasad
Writing 101: Citizen Science
Professor Julie Tuttle
Due Date: March 20th 2015
An Evaluation of Ecologically Based Citizen Science Projects in the Developing
World
Introduction
Citizen science can be defined as the engagement of amateur volunt
The following trends may be helpful in deciding what method to use.
If you have sinm(x) * cosn(x) and either m or n are an odd positive number and
the other is any real number than isolate one of the factors and use either
sin2(x)= (1- cos2(x) or cos2(x)=
Math 32 Section 6
Fall 2008
Instructor: Tim Stallmann
Oce: 037 Physics, West Campus
email: tmstallm@math.duke.edu
Oce Hours: by appointment
About this Course Math 32 is a second-semester calculus course which
covers with rigor Riemann sums and the denitio
9/19/2008
Cross-sectional area: We took the cross-section of the bottom of the brim of the hat. We
approximately the area by calculating the area of the ellipse formed by the outer rim of
the hat, and subtracted the area of the circle formed by the inner
Gauri Prasad
Writing 101: Citizen Science
Professor Julie Tuttle
Due Date: February 28thMarch 6th 2015
Reflection from Draft 2
Professor Tuttle,
This topic first struck my interest when the fact that citizen science was conducted
in India was brought up i