Union Square

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  • Union Square As A Tourist Attraction

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    In a little neighborhood, we all know and love called Union Square has a history that would be unknown to the naked eye. The park has undergone redevelopment multiple times in hopes of bettering the neighborhood. Within the little area, there is shopping, varieties of food, all kinds of entertainment, and of course, places to rest. Even though there is not the same overwhelming amount of stimulation as Times Square, Union Square has still become a big tourist attraction Rather, all along the outskirts

  • Union Square Subway

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    Seminar Bridge 3: Union Square Subway Station and the “The Uses of Sidewalks: Contact" by Jane Jacobs Gaurika Dalal In the reading, “The uses of Sidewalks: Contact” by Jane Jacobs, Jacobs argues that sidewalks are a place where people have the opportunity to get to know one another on a casual social basis, generating respectful acquaintanceships that enable civility while protecting private lives. However, after conducting my field research for the ‘Entrance to the Union Square subway’ station

  • Personal Narrative: My Visit To Barnes And Noble At Union Square

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    My visit to the bookstore My visit to Barnes and Noble at union square was a pleasant surprise. It took me about an hour and a half to get there by train. Opening its green rusty entrance doors lead me to a warm welcoming scene filled with smiles and air conditioning for all four floors. I was surprised by how low the prices were for the books and it the variety of categories in each category. There were floors dedicated to fiction and nonfiction. Floors even had

  • The Physical And Emotional Development

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    outdoor play area is also paramount to augment the indoor area. The physical and emotional development is no less important as cognitive development. Children enjoy playing outside; therefore, confining a child to a hospital bed for the duration of his or her recovery would stifle the recovery progress and make a traumatic experience an emotional nightmare. A child that is surrounded by medical equipment in his or her hospital room may develop anxiety and fear that can slow recovery (Arkansas Children’s

  • After Work Sampling Was Complete, The Team Collected Data

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    After work sampling was complete, the team collected data to generate spaghetti diagrams. Team members stood in different work areas watching operators perform their jobs. On a current layout drawing, team member drew paths of where operators were traveling too. Each individual operator’s spaghetti diagram can be seen in Appendix 7. Each production area is shown below on Figure 11, 12, 13, 14, 15, 16 and 17. These figures do not represent frequency, they only represent path to the destination. As

  • Aluminum Foils

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    Before building the design that is best fit for the presentation, there was many models that had “failed”. To start off with, the first design to successfully float with 50 pennies for 20 seconds was Tyler’s design that was built with two pop cans and two sheets of aluminum paper (one is used to wrap the cans while the other is used to make a “cup” to hold the pennies). However, when the group weighed this in class, it was around 31 grams, which is 4.5 grams overweight (the requirement is 26.5 grams)

  • A New Client For A Cereal Making Company

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    A new client for a cereal making company has asked us to help promote their cereal as “healthy”. This new cereal is called *name here*, and it is our job to determine the correlation between calories and potassium in order to make the new cereal “healthier” by lowering the calories but increasing potassium. We have researched the interrelationship between calories and potassium and this paper is a product of our analysis. We have compared data between the top fifteen cereals and have found that calories

  • Essay about Chapter 2 Hw

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    12% Beta of 1- required return= 5%+ 7%*1= 12% Beta of 1.7- required return= 5%+ 7%*1.7 = 16.9% = P1r1+P2r2+P3r3+ etc. = (0.1)(-50%) + (0.2)(-5%) + (0.4)(16%) + (0.2)(25%) + (0.1)(60%) = 11.40% σ2=( r1- )2*P1+( r2- )2*P2+( r3- )2*P3+ etc then square rooted (-50% - 11.40%)2(0.1) + (-5% - 11.40%)2(0.2) + (16% - 11.40%)2(0.4) + (25% - 11.40%)2(0.2)

  • Mathematical Modeling Of A Functional Building

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    Mathematical Modeling of a Functional Building Reminder Abstract should be able to be taken out of the paper and the rest of the paper still makes sense. Throughout architecture there is a delicate balance between functionality and aesthetics. However a rule of thumb to follow is “form follows function”. Therefore for the purpose of our designed office block, we decided to allow form to follow function for majority of our decisions, but we also kept the aesthetics in our modeling conscious. Abstract

  • Diffusion Investigation

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    Data Analysis: With this experiment, the affect of surface area to volume ratio on the rate of diffusion is investigated. Four agars containing phenolphthalein, an indicator that turns colorless in acid, each ranging in size were used. In this experiment, the agar cubes represent cells and the time it took for cubes to turn colorless shows the rate of diffusion. Next, the cubes were placed in a beaker and just enough hydrochloric acid was added to cover them. Then, the time it took them to turn