## Nt1310 Unit 2 Midterm

target and first focal point (fs) of the standard lens were measured to give χ. The focimeter equation〖[F〗_t=F_(s^2 ) x] was used to work out the correct power of the lenses (Ft). A graph was plotted with Ft being the Y value (in dioptres) and χ being the X variable (in metres). Fs2 remained constant. A line of best fit was drawn from the results which gave the power of the unknown lenses. The equation of the line of best fit was[Y = 100x]

## Semester 2 Systems Of Equation Paper

MTH08B_GAMath 8_Semester 2 Systems of Equations Project (15 points) DUE Friday, March 2, 2018 at 4:00 Student Name: Jordan J. Pinckney Directions: Use what you know about solving systems of equations to help Ms. Chen solve her dilemma. If you have completed the OMS MTH Project Equations Check in then you’ve already got a head start. You may use those equations in helping you solve this problem. You must complete all parts (A-G) of the project to receive full credit. This project is worth 15 points

## Number Linear Inequality

Topic covered: Solve linear inequalities and graph their solutions on a number line (Victorian Curriculum and Assessment Authority (VCAA), 2016a, VCMNA336) Relevant prior VCM codes - year 7: Solve simple linear equations (VCAA, 2016b, VCMNA256) - year 8: Solve linear equations using algebraic and graphical techniques. Verify solutions by substitution (VCAA, 2016c, VCMNA284) - year 9: Sketch linear graphs using the coordinates of two points and solve linear equations (VCAA, 2016d, VCMNA310) - year

## Canopy Site Observation Report

All the graphs have data points which show the averages of the site between the two trials. There is a line of best fit which has a slope of r², which is the correlation value between canopy cover and the variable tested. Figure 1 shows the average macroinvertebrate rating between Trial 1 and Trial 2. The correlation value (r²) of 0.07 shows an extremely weak, negative relationship between canopy cover and macroinvertebrates. The site with 25% canopy cover had the highest average macroinvertebrate

## Stained Glass Art Analysis

We started off by watching a video on artistic choice that talked about color choices, lines, forms, shapes, textures, value, and space. After that, we were all given the same equations and were told to make points out of them. We chose 0, 2, 4, and 6 for the x-axis and we kept them the same for all the eleven equations. Before we plotted the points we had to figure out where our origin and scale factor would be, then we had to draw our x and y-axis. After that, we had to figure out the spacing

## Car Experiment Lab Report

I. Experimental Question/Purpose The situation being analyzed for this experiment is a cart sliding down a ramp and crashing into different mass blocks in different trials. The purpose is to see how changing the mass of an object affects how far it gets pushed by another object going at the same velocity every time. II. Procedure/Methodology For this lab, I will need a ramp with, a motion detector, a computer with Logger Pro, a measure tape or meter stick, a cart, a scale, and blocks of different

## Steven Spielberg: An Altruistic Filmmaker

Steven Spielberg: An Altruistic Filmmaker “ You shouldn’t dream your film, you should make it” -Steven Spielberg. Steven Spielberg has done many things to improve the world today and has given back more than just enjoyment to people, he has given in many donations. Steven Spielberg always followed his dreams as a child and look at how much success it has given him today. He is a famous film producer and is the creator of an entire animated film company. Spielberg brought back many moviemaking traits

## Solving Linear Equations

solve linear equations and linear system of equations (with two unknow variables). Students will also solve linear equations with one unknow variable. The central focus leads students to make connections between algebra, geometry, reading, and application of mathematics in real world context. In lesson1, students will learn how to solve linear equation in one unknown variable. I will give examples of linear equations with one unknown variable with one solution. students will also learn linear equations

## Non Linear Equations Study Guide

System of Non-Linear Equations Start this lesson by answering the warm-up questions below. This is to assess the ideas or concepts related to Non-linear and Linear equations. Activity 1.5.a Linear Against Non-Linear Equations Answer the following questions below: 1. Determine if the equation is linear or not a. 2x + 3y – 4 = 0 b. xy + 2 = 0 c. x = y d. y = 0 e. x = 2y + 3 2. Which of the following is a non-linear equation? a. 2x2 + 3y – 4 = 0 b. xy + 2 = 0 c. x2 – y = 2 d. 2x + 3y –

## Nt1310 Unit 1 Linear Study

There are several things that I appreciate from this class: \begin{enumerate} \item[1] \[ u_t=Ku_{xx}+Q\] To solve the above equation most of the time (For the sake of simplicity) we set $K=1$. This is how I solved similar type of equations in my undergraduate study. But you explained the importance of K. You said, for a small rod, K is not that important as in airplane (K is a material property). I will never forget this. I'm really interested studying PDE and to see the world through mathematics

## Nt1310 Unit 1 Lab Report

\end{figure} The ‘gold standard’ reconstruction algorithm minimizes the sum of squared errors between the measured and predicted image positions of the 3D point in all views in which it is visible, i.e.\\ \begin{equation} {\bf X=\textrm{arg min} \sum_{i} ||x_i-\hat{x_i}(P_i,X)||^2} \end{equation} Where ${\bf x_i}$ and ${\bf \hat{x_i}(P_i,X)}$ are the measured and predicted image positions in view $i$ under the assumption that image coordinate measurement noise is Gaussian-distributed, this approach

## Golf Club Lab Report

hit the golf ball, all energy is stored as gravitational potential energy of golf club(Ep), so the total energy system before the golf club hits the ball is written as: ET = Ep(initial) = mgh As the club swings down, the gravitational potential energy is converted to the kinetic energy. And then when the club hits a golf ball, kintic energy of the club will be converted to the linear and rotational kinetic energy of the ball and some will be converted to heat and sound energy due to inelastic collision

## Ideal Gas Law Lab Report

measurements to extrapolate absolute zero value on a Celsius scale. This was done by recording Pressure and temperature measurement values for different n values. In addition, linear fit graphs of pressure versus temperature were plotted for the different n values. The absolute temperature value was then determined from the equation of the linear fit. The equipment used for this lab were: Vernier caliper, Rigid sphere, thermistor sensor, absolute pressure sensor, 4 buckets, water and ice. Introduction An ideal

## Nt1330 Week 1 Learning Team Assignment

languages, linear algebra, algorithms and database concepts is supported by the following facts: Undergraduate and Graduate School Coursework: 1. In the 3rd semester of my undergraduate program, I had to take a C, C++ programming course and a programming lab. These courses introduced me to both the theoretical and practical applications of the programming languages. 2. I was a math minor at Vanderbilt University and took multiple mathematics courses such as linear optimization, non-linear optimization

## Blood Pressure And Displacement Lab Report

cardiac functions of blood pressure and heart rate were measured using a sphygmomanometer. These measurements were then used to calculate the cardiac output, mean arterial pressure, and total peripheral resistance. Students also gained experience using linear variable resistance sensors, to measure displacement in real time, as well as implementing voltage dividers. For this experiment, two different circuits were created and measured for their change in output voltage. It was concluded that the voltage

## Accelerometer Lab Report

mass and acceleration through this equation: F=ma F=Force m=mass a= acceleration due to gravity Fig. 2 Accelerometer schematic diagram This Newton’s equation is the theory behind accelerometers. The sensing element essentially is a proof mass (also known as seismic mass). The proof mass is attached to a spring of stiffness k which in turn connected to its casing. Further, a dash pot is also included in a system to provide desirable

## Arrhenius Equation Lab Report

increases, the value of the natural log of the reaction constant will decrease. This linear trend and the equation that was created for it of y=-4687.6x + 24.181 is what is expected due to its relationship with the Arrhenius equation lnk=-E_a/R (1/T)+lnA. The Arrhenius equation in this form is meant to resemble the format of the linear equation y = mx + b. The Arrhenius equation closely resembles the equation that was obtained for the slope of the line for the graph. By using this comparison, the

## Catapult Research Paper

accelerate vertically. From the Lift equation: L=1/2 C_L ρAV^2 Where L is the Lift force, C_L the lift coefficient, ρ the air density,A wing surface area and V the velocity. [1] The only variables the can easily be changed without reconfiguring the aircraft is velocity and as such in order to decrease the take-of distance, take-off velocity must be reached in a shorter time period and hence the aircraft acceleration during the

## Lab Report Ideal Gas Law

Celsius scale. Theoretical Background The interaction of molecules via random collisions creates an ideal gas where the temperature, T, volume, V, and pressure, P, relate according to equation [1]. For a rigid container, the volume is assumed to be constant, where equation [1] can be rewritten as shown in equation [2]. In this case, P varies linearly with T, such that T = 00 when P = 0. However, the Fahrenheit and Celsius scales are non-absolute, implying that T = 00 is not designed to coincide with

## Edward Lorenz: The Butterfly Effect

revolves around butterflies but it revolves around way more than that. “The butterfly effect applies to systems beyond weather; indeed, any complicated system may be vulnerable to seemingly small factors. For example, the travel of asteroids in the solar system can be difficult to predict. This is because the paths of asteroids can be affected by many different gravitational pulls throughout the solar system, including the gravity of the sun, of planets, of moons, and even other asteroids.The butterfly effect