PART I: THE EFFECT OF SALT ON THE PHASE TRANSITION OF WATER Materials: 1 teaspoo

PART I: THE EFFECT OF SALT ON THE PHASE TRANSITION OF WATER
Materials:
1 teaspoon
1 measuring cup (that can measure ~500 ml in volume)
1 thermometer that measures below 0C
4 containers (each with a volume of ~500 ml)
Ingredients:
Tap Water
Ice (~150g or one tray’s worth of ice cubes)
7 tsp salt
Procedure:
1. Pour 0.5 cups (100 mL) tap water (room temperature water) into each of the four containers.
2. Start with the first container of water. Add one fourth of the ice (~37.5 g) and stir quickly.
3. While stirring or shaking the container to keep the water circulating, measure the temperature of the ice bath. Wait until the thermometer stays at one temperature for about 10 seconds before recording.
4. Move on to the second container of water. Dissolve 1 tsp (~5g) of salt in the tap water before adding the ice (~37.5 g). Repeat step 3.
5. Move on to third container of water. Dissolve 2 tsp (~10g) of salt in the tap water before adding the ice (~37.5 g). Repeat step 3.
6. Move on to the fourth container of water. Dissolve 4 tsp (~20g) of salt in the tap water before adding the ice (~37.5 g). Repeat step 3.
7. Enter your data in the response fields below for credit.
(4 points possible)
In the response fields below, enter your estimate for the salt concentration in g/ml (but without including the unit in your answer) when adding:
0g of salt?
5g of salt?
10g of salt?
20g of salt?

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Learning Goal: I’m working on a other writing question and need an explanation t

Learning Goal: I’m working on a other writing question and need an explanation to help me learn.The scientific methods in everyday thinking; 1_ think of a situation where you used trial and error to diagnose and solve a problem. In the space below describe your problem and your process for solving it? 2_ How do the steps you took to solve the problem correspond to steps in the scientific method? Scientific experiment #1 Bonnie is a bioarcheologist studying health and disease patterns among the ancient Moche people who lived in Peru 2000 years ago. She finds a skeleton with abundant evidence of malnutrition and tuberculosis. She concludes form this that the Moche population was incredibly unhealthy and disease-ridden. What is a key weakness of this experiment? #2 You are part of a team investigating patterns of aggressive behavior among wild chimpanzees in Tanzania. You notice that two members of your team, George and Helen are generating wildly varying types of data. George is observing many more instances of aggressive behaviors among the chimpanzees he is studying than among Helen’s population. Why might George and Helen be getting different results? You will be given a paper with an observation related to research in physical anthropology. Discuss and then write answers to the following questions. Q1/ Formulate a hypothesis that seeks to explain the phenomenon you are investigating (a “provisional” answer to the question above” Q2/ Describe the type or types of data you would collect to test this hypothesis? Q3/ What results of your data would support you hypothesis? Q4/ what results might reject the hypothesis? Q5/ What potential difficulties or limitations might you face when designing and carrying out your study?

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PART I: THE EFFECT OF SALT ON THE PHASE TRANSITION OF WATER Materials: 1 teaspoo

PART I: THE EFFECT OF SALT ON THE PHASE TRANSITION OF WATER
Materials:
1 teaspoon
1 measuring cup (that can measure ~500 ml in volume)
1 thermometer that measures below 0C
4 containers (each with a volume of ~500 ml)
Ingredients:
Tap Water
Ice (~150g or one tray’s worth of ice cubes)
7 tsp salt
Procedure:
1. Pour 0.5 cups (100 mL) tap water (room temperature water) into each of the four containers.
2. Start with the first container of water. Add one fourth of the ice (~37.5 g) and stir quickly.
3. While stirring or shaking the container to keep the water circulating, measure the temperature of the ice bath. Wait until the thermometer stays at one temperature for about 10 seconds before recording.
4. Move on to the second container of water. Dissolve 1 tsp (~5g) of salt in the tap water before adding the ice (~37.5 g). Repeat step 3.
5. Move on to third container of water. Dissolve 2 tsp (~10g) of salt in the tap water before adding the ice (~37.5 g). Repeat step 3.
6. Move on to the fourth container of water. Dissolve 4 tsp (~20g) of salt in the tap water before adding the ice (~37.5 g). Repeat step 3.
7. Enter your data in the response fields below for credit.
(4 points possible)
In the response fields below, enter your estimate for the salt concentration in g/ml (but without including the unit in your answer) when adding:
0g of salt?
5g of salt?
10g of salt?
20g of salt?

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Learning Goal: I’m working on a other writing question and need an explanation t

Learning Goal: I’m working on a other writing question and need an explanation to help me learn.The scientific methods in everyday thinking; 1_ think of a situation where you used trial and error to diagnose and solve a problem. In the space below describe your problem and your process for solving it? 2_ How do the steps you took to solve the problem correspond to steps in the scientific method? Scientific experiment #1 Bonnie is a bioarcheologist studying health and disease patterns among the ancient Moche people who lived in Peru 2000 years ago. She finds a skeleton with abundant evidence of malnutrition and tuberculosis. She concludes form this that the Moche population was incredibly unhealthy and disease-ridden. What is a key weakness of this experiment? #2 You are part of a team investigating patterns of aggressive behavior among wild chimpanzees in Tanzania. You notice that two members of your team, George and Helen are generating wildly varying types of data. George is observing many more instances of aggressive behaviors among the chimpanzees he is studying than among Helen’s population. Why might George and Helen be getting different results? You will be given a paper with an observation related to research in physical anthropology. Discuss and then write answers to the following questions. Q1/ Formulate a hypothesis that seeks to explain the phenomenon you are investigating (a “provisional” answer to the question above” Q2/ Describe the type or types of data you would collect to test this hypothesis? Q3/ What results of your data would support you hypothesis? Q4/ what results might reject the hypothesis? Q5/ What potential difficulties or limitations might you face when designing and carrying out your study?

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Section I: Introduction – Thesis statement & roadmap Example: “In this article,

Section I: Introduction – Thesis statement & roadmap
Example: “In this article, the authors argue that a causal loop diagram can make the existential risk of climate change easier to manage. I disagree with this oversimplified argument, even while agreeing with their assertion that this kind of systems approach helps clarify “granular” aspects of the issue of food insecurity and climate change. In this paper, I will briefly highlight the author’s main arguments, critique their literature review, and identify the benefits of their causal loop diagrams depicting climate change, food insecurity, and societal collapse.”
Section II: Review of the main arguments and causal loop diagram
Do you agree or disagree with the author(s)’ overall point of view and main arguments?
Please make sure to outline what you believe the author(s)’ main arguments are, and why you disagree or agree with them.
Please make sure you think critically about whether you have identified the full scope of the author(s)’ arguments.
How do the author(s) apply the “determinants” or elements of the system to their CLD(s), and what determinants stand out to you as most important in the depiction of the system?
Do you agree with the author(s)’ methodology in creating the causal loop diagram(s) (CLDs)? Why or why not?
Do you agree with the author(s)’ choice of determinants in the CLD(s), and if not, what determinants would you have included instead?
If you do agree, please highlight where you agree with the author’s choice of determinants.
Section III: Conclusion
Summary of your thesis and main points

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The zip code to use is 35473 Go to the U.S. EPA website https://www.epa.gov/ and

The zip code to use is 35473
Go to the U.S. EPA website https://www.epa.gov/ and scroll down to the “Your Community” section. Type in zip code 35473 and press the “Go” button. Explore the “My Air”, “My Water”, and “My Health” sections to see the environmental conditions in your local area. Write a paragraph or two summary for each section. This assignment should be 1 1/2 to 2 pages.

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In 500 words or more, in essay format, utilizing in text citations and reference

In 500 words or more, in essay format, utilizing in text citations and references cited in APA format, pick a crime in which the reality of the crime surprised you. Did the victim not get the justice they deserved? Was there a myth that made you think the reality of the crime was going to be different? You may use scholarly articles or credible websites for this assignment.

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ESSAY CONTENT REQUIREMENTS. All essay submissions must answer the question, “The

ESSAY CONTENT REQUIREMENTS.
All essay submissions must answer the question, “The African Continental Free Trade Area (AfCFTA): What is in it for young Africans?” and meet the following requirements:
Non-academic essay (blog-type)
Use credible sources of information
Site all sources
Min 1,500 words and maximum 2,000 words
Font should be Arial Size 12
Submission should be Word Document or PDF only
Essay must be your original work.
Must not contain prominent copyrighted materials owned by others
Must not be derogatory of any ethnic, racial, gender, religious, professional or age group or the disabled
SELECTION CRITERIA:
The winning essays will be selected based on:
Meeting all content requirements
Relevance to the topic of the competition
Quality of writing
Accuracy and authenticity of information provided
Contribution towards breaking down elements of the AfCFTA into simple and easy to understand content
Ability to effectively communicate the AfCFTA to young people

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These were my instructions “Write a two-page report about social norms. Cite dif

These were my instructions
“Write a two-page report about social norms. Cite different examples and types of norms in our culture or other cultures have in place, sanctions associated with violations of these norms, and consequences for violations of these social norms within a group or society.”
requirements:
Use at least two sources
Cite your two sources
Use APA Style of Writing
Plagiarism will not be tolerated. If your paper is plagiarized you will receive a 0 and the appropriate action will be taken with instructor discretion.
WIKIPEDIA IS NOT A VALID SOURCE!

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Identify an economic theory and provide a news story [this can be your outside s

Identify an economic theory and provide a news story [this can be your outside source] that demonstrates this theory in real life. The article can be about government, private sector, or nonprofits as long as it shows the theory application in real life. Summarize the article, describe how it demonstrates an economic theory, then explain the article’s slant (many articles have a slant, a unique way of looking at the subject). Identify if the article potentially oversell the information it is reporting. Research the article’s accuracy. If you suspect something in the article has been misstated or is outright false, say so.
Please synthesize, cite, and connect back to the course readings.

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