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  • Pine Trees of Georgia

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    There are pine trees just about everywhere in Georgia. Pine trees have always been important resources to people in North America. Native Americans used pine trees as treatments for respiratory conditions and to build items such as canoes or buildings. Today, pine trees are one the most important timber sources in North America. Pine trees belong to a group of trees known as the conifers, meaning the trees have cones and needle-like or scale-like leaves. There are about seven very common types of

  • Correlation Between Weber 's Law And Visual Perception

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    Abstract The purpose of this study was to measure and record the just-noticeable-difference (or JND) thresholds of random participants using their visual-based perception and to replicate and confirm Weber’s Law. Through this four-level single-factor experiment, these participants were asked to compare two lines which were flashed to them on a computer screen. Their objective at that point was to choose which line was longer of the two that were shown, and this was repeated 160 times at four different

  • The At 2 : Beginning Of What Will Be A Very Polyphonic Section

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    with small intervals. It complements the opening oboe well and contributes to the happy spring like opening to the section. When the clarinet chimes in at 2:31 it immediately pierces the ear and takes over the section. The melody goes up once in pitch, and then quickly falls and rises again. The high note is then held for an extended period of time until the clarinet trickles out of the note by descending the scale. This melody is repeated for the whole section by the clarinet. There are some

  • Physics Speed of Sound Lab Report

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    Samantha Mackey 13. 2nd hour PHYSICS LAB REPORT: SPEED OF SOUND Purpose: In this lab, we will be doing 3 major things: 1) Collecting and organizing data to obtain resonant points in a closed pipe, 2) measure the length of a closed-pipe resonator, and 3) analyze the data to determine the speed of sound. Procedure: 1. Fill the graduated cylinder nearly to the top with water, with a tall glass tube open at both ends (the water level with act as the closed end). 2. Determine

  • Mathematics In Music : The Relationship Of Mathematics And Music

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    Math can be seen in all aspects of life, whether you notice it is prevalent or not. As a result, almost every aspect of life can be boiled down to a specific group of mathematical concepts. Similarly, art forms, especially music, can be analyzed through the eye of math and therefore be fully inspected, observing how certain chords and notes sound more harmonious than others. Mathematics and music have a closer relationship than most people realize. Mathematics and music are directly related and

  • Experiment Standing Waves Lab

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    In this experiment, lab partners observed standing waves as presented by a sonometer. Students observed the relationships between frequency and length at a constant mass, frequency and tension at a constant length, and tension and linear density at a constant frequency. Our results were reasonable and indicated that the relationships for the first two parts were linear which means as the length decreases, frequency will increases at a constant tension and as tension increases, the squared frequency

  • Persuasive Essay On Forest Fires

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    temperatures during the summer, and the Santa Clarita region alone has had a 20% reduction in soil moisture. The effects of the reduction of soil moisture has led to concerning forest fire events such as the Sand Fire in 2016 and also the invasion of Pine Bark Beetles. Events like these can be incredibly dangerous to both nature and to the human population. Although difficult to prevent because forest fires can happen naturally when temperatures rise, especially during summers, there are still many

  • The Main Goal for a Pitcher

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    Bradford who have unorthodox way to pitch the baseball. Although these guys display different mechanics before each pitch, they still share the basic five steps of pitching that explain the Biomechanical Analysis of the Baseball Pitch. These five steps include: the wind-up, stride, arm cocking, arm acceleration, arm deceleration with follow through. Pitching in itself is a science and this paper will provide a thorough biomechanical analysis of the baseball pitch following all the six steps. The Wind-Up

  • Essay about The Physics of Pitching

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    the person throwing the ball, drag is the air resistance which pushes back against the velocity, and gravity which is constant and pushes the ball down against the upward velocity. Those forces for sure are slowing the pitch, yet it is not an equal force of the energy but into a pitch. When a bat connects with a ball there is a collision and a transfer of energy. When the ball makes it to the catcher then there is another collision and energy is conserved. In a nutshell here is the transfer of energy

  • Form in Chopin Nocturne in D Flat Major

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    Other important elements in the creation of the nocturne are register and pitch. Register provides support for the harmonies which in turn serve as the foundation on which the piece is built. Chopin begins his Nocturne in D Flat Major with a simple arpeggiated