The wasted amount when making the maximum was 13. Michael and Thalia found out that there were 117 Banksia, 195 Leafy Twigs and 207 wattle at the end of the day. The effect that those results give to the current feasible can change when roles do not apply on the positive area. Analysis/Discussion It was discovered that Michael and Thalia made a maximum profit of 87 and what was wasted at the end of the day was 11. If Michael and Tahlia didn’t have any posies left over, they would have sold it all to gain a high amount of income.
We will randomly choose two candles and referring the chart, we will determine the OHLC data of each candle. We picked two candles for 21st May and 25th June respectively. The candle for 21st May is in red color. Hence, we can have an idea that it’s a bearish candle. Therefore, the upper shadow will indicate the opening price and the lower shadow will indicate the closing price of the stock.
To measure the accurate time when the membrane will break Size and type of the beetroot (size of beetroot) Used the same beetroot for the entire experiment. By using the cork borer and the ruler we ensured that each beetroot core has the same diameter and length. (check the diameter of the cork borer) Fair experiment (accuracy) Volume of ethanol (10ml) 10 ml of ethanol solution was used for each experiment (except tube 1 for 100% ethanol concentration 20ml was used) Pipette is used for accurate
This could of happened because we might not have pressed all the petrol out of the chips and so as a result someof the petrol might have been left in the chips. Another thing is that not exactly 10g of chips might have been weighed out. Salt in popcorn: The expected salt content in 10g of popcorn was said to be 0.17 and we got 0.32 g which is a bit more than the expected amount. This could of happened because a bit more than 10 g of popcorn was added, someone with sweaty hands might have added extra bodily salts to the popcorn, or not all the water was squeezed out of the popcorn. Conclusion: In conclusion we did experiments to find out the salt and fat content in 10g of popcorn/chips.
Analysis/Conclusion: The alternative hypothesis we developed is that when ten Isopods are placed between a syrup chamber and a water chamber, then the Isopods will gravitate towards the syrup chamber. The data fails to support our alternative hypothesis and fails to reject the null hypothesis because the chi squared is 3.6 and the critical value is 3.84. This is an indication of kinesis because the movement of the Isopods was determined by the data to be undirected. A source of error may be that at a few of the 30 second intervals several of the bugs were found in the middle between the two chambers and it was not possible to distinguish a correct environment for them. In future experimentation we would create a third column for data to mark the Isopods that are found in the middle at the 30 second intervals.
All steps were followed as told till step 17 was reached.4 In step 17 to make sure the titration would be perfect the NaOH was released 10mL less than the pilot run then the rest was dispensed by drops. This insured the titrations would be a pale pink color rather than the bright pink color. To find the moles of KHP the mass was divided by the molar mass. The moles of KHP was then multiplied by the mole to mole ratio to get the moles of NaOH. The moles of NaOH was then divided by the liters of NaOH used to find the molarity, which was added to trial 2 then divided by 2 to find the average
The system I prefer is form the Victoria Fire Department protocol over burns. The protocol has a standard system depending on the patients age to give an amount of fluids over an hour. This protocol uses normal saline instead of lactated ringers due to the department doesn’t carry lactated ringers. The protocol states to give two large bore IV's and infuse a total 124cc per hour of normal saline to pt that is less then the age of five. A patient from the age of six through thirteen give the pt 250cc per hour and a patient above the age 13 give the pt 500cc of fluid per hour.
Each group required to have same number of participants so group A had 50 participants and classified as Control group. Whereas, Group B had 50 participants and classified as experimental group. The control group which was given the diet low in saturated in fat without the green tea. On the other hand, the experimental group was given the same diet low in saturated fat but with the added green tea. The meals for both of the groups contained the same ingredients.
ANALYSIS OF THE STUDY Table 1: LINKAGE FOR THE CHOCOLATES N=100 Chart 1: From the above analysis of the given sample of 100 respondents it is concluded that out of 100 people 95 people like to eat chocolate while only 5 people do not prefer to eat chocolate. Table 2: DIFFERENCE ACCORDING TO AGE GROUPS N=100 AGE GROUPS BRANDS 0-10 10-20 20-30 ABOVE 30 CADBURY 7 25 14 5 NESTLE 5 6 8 5 NO CONSUMPTION 2 10 6 1
The Chi-Square test tests our null-hypothesis, composite faces are not more attractive that real faces and that the symmetricality of a composite face does not make it any more attractive that a real face.We will get that data for our Chi-Square test to test by creating slips of paper with two sets of pictures. One set will be of three real females and a composite face of their three faces, and the other will be three males and a composite face of their three faces. We will give those papers to 100 high school students, 50 girls and 50 boys, and record the results for which they thought were most attractive for the tests and conclude whether or not composite faces are more attractive, or if there is no true difference in the attractiveness between composite and real