Furthermore, both Coke and Fanta had a drastic difference in their highest and lowest percentage mass loss, with Coke’s greatest difference at 9.23% and Fanta’s at 8.18%. Pepsi was the most consistent in its percentage mass loss, but not, as the hypothesis stated, the most damaging of the five soft drinks. Instead, Solo, which was relatively consistent in its numbers, had the highest mean percentage mass
Moderate exercise had the highest MAP at 99 mmHg, which was an increase of 10.67 mmHg from the baseline MAP. The baseline mean total peripheral resistance (TPR) was obtained to be 0.021 mmHg*min/ml. However, this value reduced after exercise with mild exercise showing a mean TPR of 0.009 mmHg*min/ml which is 0.012 mmHg*min/ml less the baseline mean TPR. Moderate exercise had the lowest mean TPR of 0.005 mmHg*min/ml which is 0.016 mmHg*min/ml less the baseline mean
The hypothesis of the badminton birdie experiment was accepted. When a little mass is added to a badminton birdie, and hardly any weight, the number of times it goes over the net, when you hit, it will increase. The Sportime and Referee badminton birdie brands were the two different brands used in this experiment. When mass was not added to the badminton birdie, the graph shows the Referee brand has more hits. The Referee brand was still in the lead at two grams added, but at 4 grams the brands were tied.
Patrick Patterson has been arguably the Raptors 3rd best player for most of this season. Pattersons box score stats look pretty underwhelming this year with averages of only 7 ppg 4.5 rpg and 1.2 apg on a mediocre 54 TS%. Yet, Patterson has had an extremely positive impact for the Raptors this season. He is part of 4 of the Raptors top 5 lineups by net rating that have played at least 20 minutes together. Furthermore, Patterson has an overall net rating of 10.9 this season, which ranks first among rotation players on the Raptors.
Rate of Reaction Mg / HCl R2 = 0.96 The R2 value is close to 1 which means the data is reliable and accurate. The data for 28.0°C is the furthest away from the line of best fit probably because either the temperature or time was not measured properly. This graph evidently proves my hypothesis right. Although the room temperature experiment was not as close to the line of best fit as others, we can roughly estimate the time taken for the magnesium to dissolve in the hydrochloric acid.
The first point that best explain why Fred Singer’s arguments are pseudoscience is because his claim come from a source dedicated to supporting it. For example, he stated that he hasn’t seen global warming for the last 10 years, however with this positive hypothesis he only presents it with research of data or evidence that support his claims, where on the other hand, science works with neither a positive or a negative hypothesis and are open to all evidence that either support or goes against it. The second point, is that the quality of the data supporting Fred Singer’s claim is unjustified. The sample size of looking at only 10 years is too small to have a statistical significance, while choosing using observational selection of endpoints in his data that support his claim. Third, Fred Singer also claims that climate change is a natural phenomenon, because it’s constantly changing all the time.
C-reactive protein level on the 1st day of admission and serum soluble E-selectin levels were higher in non survivors compared to survivors, but without being statistically significant (P value > 0.05 for both). Also, the values of CRP on the 3rd day of admission were significantly higher than those of the 1st day of admission in both survivors and non survivors (P value = 0.001) (Table 3). Results of the multivariate analysis (Table 4) showed that neither E-selectin nor CRP on days 1 or 3, or SOFA score correlated independently with survival in studying patients (p 0.549, 0.647, 0.097, and 0.772, respectively). However, PRISM III score correlated strongly and independently with the survival (p, 0.000). We further studied serum sE-selectin levels at ICU admission as a predictor of outcome in the studied patients.
Section 2: Knowledge of patients undergoing HD regarding therapeutic diet The investigators found that in the pre-test, majority 23 (76.7) patents had good knowledge, whereas in the post-test, all 30 (100%) patients go very good knowledge. The pre-test scores ranged from 26- 34 with the mean of 29.57 whereas the post-test scores ranged from 35-40 with the mean of
The subject chewed gum for a minute before they took the timed multiplication test and then took the test 2 times with the same gum then switched after 2 tests. Spearmint and bubblegum were very close in times. The one that did win though that was the fastest was spearmint gum. Some patterns that was shown is that the very first test is always slower than the other two gum, also that the bubble gum and spearmints averages both had more two minute averages than watermelon. The scientist thinks that spearmint gum was the best because of the mint flavor in the
The Associated Press states that “... only 47% of heavy smart-device users earned C’s or lower on their report cards, and only 23% of light social media users earned C’s or lower” (A.P. 1). It is true that less than half of these constant users have failed classes on their report card; however, these millions of failing students are only failing because technology is stopping them. Every student has the potential to thrive and earn acceptable grades, but their smartphones prohibit them from doing so. These students that are being mentally slowed down by technology could go on to become scientists, engineers, writers, or even mathematicians, but today’s electronic devices are stopping them from accomplishing
The short acting medications normally work in 15 minutes and can last 6-8 hours. Short acting anticholinergics are not considered relief medications because they normally take longer to work than our beta-agonist medications. Though the lists of short acting anticholinergics are short these medications are great for people with COPD. They have fewer side effects than beta-agonist drugs and they are good bronchodilators. The long acting anticholinergic drug takes about 20 minutes to work and can last up to 24 hours, although it is thought of as a “reliever” it’s long lasting effects would make it an excellent maintenance drug for patients with COPD
Tech Radar mentions that the Xbox One “eeks out a 0.5GB win with more developer-accessible memory than PS4, unless you factor in Sony 's 1GB of "flexible" memory at times. Then it 's 0.5GB less” (TechRadar). But both systems are sold with the same amount of space, usually 250gb, for gamers to store their games among other things, even though some of the 250GB of memory is used for factory installed
The results obtained from the experiment appear trustworthy and make sense. The results, data, from the experiment show that jumping jacks were the most effective exercise when increasing the heart rate, whereas the resting heart rate is the lowest. The average resting heart rate was 53.33bpm whereas the average heart rate after jumping jacks was 113.33bpm. The average heart rate after jumping jacks was 113.33bpm and 90bpm in trial 2, causing it to be 60pm higher that the average resting heart rate in the first trial. This makes the results from the experiment trustworthy because it shows that the calculation of the heart rates were correct because there was a large difference.
The penny does have some good and it isn 't the only coin that cost more to produce than its worth. The nickel is 9.4 cents to produce while the penny is 2.4 cents to produce. People say if the nickel is more to produce than its worth why don 't we get rid of the nickel too, well the nickel you can buy more stuff with and the penny has less value and can 't really help you buy anything. Yes, the penny does help schools raise money for charity,Washington middle raised 3000 dollars in a penny drive last week. (source 3) If washington middle school raised 3000 dollars that would equal to 4200 dollars wasted in the