Perception categories that significantly influenced walking frequency were landuse, and aesthetics and amenities. The safety, directness and continuity perception categories were not significant but had weak to moderate associations with land use and aesthetics perception. This implies improving perception of one category is bound to improve or negatively impact the perception of a correlated category. For example landuse perception was correlated with directness perception - which is intuitive, given that directness measured quick and easy access to land uses. Conversely, directness was moderately correlated with safety, which is intuitive given that enclosed communities have lower traffic flows as well as speed limits that are conducive
Lab 7: Moon Phases was designed to measure the relative position of the Sun and Moon over the course of one phase cycle (i.e. one month, 29.5 days) The idea for Lab 7: Moon Phases was to examine how the illumination of the moon by the Sun produces the different phase cycles we see as the Moon rotates around Earth and as the Earth rotates around the Sun. The observations of the Moon were taken on four different days in the month of February to March capturing four different Moon Phases.
I think that the students are trying to describe what most people cannot: the effect that music has not on our minds, but our bodies. Because the mind is not involved in this physiological process, one can only begin to describe why we get "pumped," why our heart rates increase or why our moods change when we hear a certain piece of music. In the conversation in Chapter 6, each student seems to have a different way of describing how music makes them feel, which supports my belief that each student has a unique physiological approach when listening to or performing music that is unlike that of anyone else. As the chapter mentions, there is no true explanation as to why some people get goosebumps when a certain song plays and others do not. Personally, my musical tastes are all across the board, and change
I noticed that there is a relationship between the ionic radius and the atomic number of the representative elements in Group 1A. The higher the atomic number, the bigger the ionic radius is. So, while hydrogen has an atomic number of 1 and Francium has an atomic number of 87, it is safe to assume that FR has a higher ionic radius. This is true; the ionic radius for Hydrogen is 0.012, and for Francium, it is 0.194. The electrons that are gained or lost effect the ionic radius. If there is a positive charge, it would decrease the radius because that loses an electron. Whereas, if you had a negative charge, it would increase the radius because now there's an extra electron. I noticed that there's a relationship between the first ionization
First I would need to review the previous controller’s closing process to determine areas that need improving. Next I would document every step of the closing process this will help itemize the nature of each task, who completes it, the time required to complete it, and any queue times that appear when a task is shifted to a different person within the process.
Most internal meetings are formal and are pre- arranged and calendar invitations are sent through outlook normally by the line manager to the staff members whose attendance is needed, often there tends to be a fixed process as the line manager tends to have different topics to discuss with the team and an allocated amount of time is spent on these as to ensure that the meeting is structured. If the meeting is external, they tend to also be formal and emails are often sent to the external companies requesting their presence at the meeting, this email will also include formal arrangements for travel and/or accommodation if this is necessary. An example of this is when Chipside, which is the bespoke software used by the parking team crashes. Our line manager sends an email
Unit 5’s reading section covers the various features and tools available in Microsoft’s Powerpoint application (Gambrel, 2014). The first part I found helpful was the section that taught how to create a new presentation. This taught me several things about Powerpoint including how to add, delete, and organize slides. I have used Powerpoint in the past, but everything I know about it is self-taught, so it was good to have an actual training that covered everything from scratch.
In the article Culture War? The Myth of a Polarized America, Morris Fiorina addresses the issue of the illusion of political polarization. Political polarization is the separation of political beliefs into two separate extremes. The main illustration Fiorina uses is the use the electoral map. The electoral map is used to gauge which party won an election or polling. This is depicted when the states turns red if a state votes for the majority Republican, or the turns blue if the state votes primarily Democratic despite if there is a close margin. Fiorina discusses the uses the illustration to present the false illusion of political division and the influence media has on the public.