Zeroes And Ones

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  • Where Are We Going?

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    “Um… where are we going?” asked Phillip. “I told you, a friend’s place,” said Cassidy. “Yeah, it’s just that… does your friend live in the woods or something?” Phillip responded. “Sort of,” answered Cassidy. “He likes his seclusion. Two hundred more yards and they had reached their destination or what appeared to be their destination which ended up being nothing more than an old rundown cottage. The place looked penury and abandoned for some time, but undoubtedly occupied by at least mice and

  • How The Volunteers May Have Built Our World

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    this?” Cary challenged. “That’s what you, Cassidy, and Phillip were trying to do down at the town hall?” Inez nodded. “We can prove it.” “How?” “This world—our world—is nothing more than one elaborate, giant computer program, maybe even several programs or systems working together and corresponding with one another. Think of it like your different levels of law enforcement before the volunteers arrival. New America—America—had an FBI, U.S. Marshalls, state police agencies, and even local communities

  • The Physics Of Prime Numbers

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    idea forward on a level suitable for second-year physics undergraduates’ understanding. 1. Prime Numbers Mathematics is intricately related to physics, and is often employed to aid calculations or derive further understanding on physical concepts. One fundamental field of mathematics is number theory, specifically the area con- cerning prime numbers. Prime numbers are numbers that do not have factors other than itself and the number 1; they are not products of other numbers. In this sense, they are

  • Significant Figures In Research

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    states that all non-zeroes are significant. This includes numbers 1 through 9, (7.5 has 2 significant figures). The second rule states that zeroes between non-zeroes are also significant. These zeroes are often referred as placeholders, (8.035 has 4 significant figures). The third rule specifies that leading zeroes are not significant. These zeroes usually indicate the position of the decimal, (0.002 has 1 significant figure). On the other hand, the final rule states that trailing zeroes are significant

  • The Importance of Numbers in Chemistry

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    significant figures. The significant figures for any number are the numbers that carry meaning contributing to that numbers precision. In order for a number to be significant, it must follow a series of rules. For example, only zeroes that are between two non-zero numbers or zeroes that both are to the right of a decimal and follow a number greater than zero can be considered significant figures. In addition, any number greater than zero is considered a significant figure, despite where it is located

  • Length Mass and Density Lab Report

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    Determination of Length, Mass, and Density Table of Contents 1 – Introduction ……………………………………………........…. Page 3 2 – Theory ………………………………………………………...... Page 3 3 – Experimental Procedure and Results …...………………..…. Page 6 4 – Discussion ………………….……………………….....….…… Page 9 5 – Conclusion ………………………………………….....…….... Page 9 6 – Bibliography …………………………………………......… Page 10 1- Introduction The purpose of this experiment is to learn how use a variety of tools that will aid in the gathering

  • Why Do Lincoln Use Significant Figures

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    accuracy of the measurement unless we are sure of the correct answer. The same rule about the estimated digit is applied when taking measurement. The way to report an analog measurement is to write down all the digits you are “confident” in and estimate one digit further. For example, if using a 10ml graduated cylinder with nine markings in between the numbers 1ml and 2ml and the liquid falls between 1.5ml and 1.6ml, but closer to 1.5ml, the digits you are confident in are 1 and 5. Therefore you estimate

  • Scientists Use of Significant Figures for Measurements

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    information an measurement contains. To give fewer digits that one knows would be withholding information about the accuracy of a measurement, and to give too many would be exaggerating the reliability of the measurement. When measuring, it is important to report all digits that one is certain of, along with one more estimated digit. The final digit of any measurement is estimated. The unreliability of a measurement, therefore, is plus or minus one unit of the rightmost number. Accordingly, the most precise

  • Asymptotes

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    asymptotes. You will need to know what steps to take and how to recognize the different types of asymptotes. • Find the domain and all asymptotes of the following function: The vertical asymptotes (and any restrictions on the domain) come from the zeroes of the denominator, so I'll set the denominator equal to zero and solve. 4x2 – 9 = 0 4x2 = 9 x2 = 9/4 x = ± 3/2 Then the domain is all x-values other than ± 3/2, and the two vertical asymptotes are at x = ±

  • Star Wars Before The Awakening

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    a lonely scavenger on the desert planet of Jakku, and Poe was a hotshot pilot in the Republic. Finn was training with his firing squad which included Finn(FN-2187), Zeroes(FN-2000), Nines(FN-2199), and Slip(FN-2003). Finn was one of the best soldiers the First Order had physically. The main concern that Captain Phasma(Instructor)

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