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Importance of Graphing Research...? Importance of **Graphing** in Research Many researchers have provided the world of facts and not merely beliefs. Its importance have been stabilized and recognized worldwide since researchers started laying facts on the table and needless to say the safety it brings to people when it comes to man-beneficial studies on food, drugs, diseases and many more. Key words: research, **graph** Importance of **Graphing** in Research **Graphing** the data is important to give the researcher a visual representation of the results of the data gathered. By the use of the visual representation the researcher as well as the people presented with the study, are given an actual picture of the...

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Steam Engine...?Steam **Engine**: The time period between 1750 and 1850 is considered to be the period of industrial revolution and which laid the foundation for many technological advancements in myriad fields like agriculture, transportation, mining, electricity, healthcare, and communication. It actually began in Great Britain and passing through Europe and America eventually prevailed throughout the world. This industrial revolution is said to have made a critically important turning point in the history of the world as it played a gigantic role in beginning to improve the life standards of masses of people everywhere in the world. Due to myriad technological inventions and discoveries, employment opportunities expanded, average per...

12 Pages(3000 words)Research Paper

GRAPHING DATA...**GRAPHING** DATA It is said that a picture is worth a thousand words. Heeding that logic, one can identify the statistical data with ease using the different graphical methods of portraying them. This assignment uses four such devices,
Histogram
Pie Chart
Pareto cumulative frequency
Box Plot
It is said that even a kid can tell which portion is the largest/ longest/ tallest in a glance while a well trained economist can gauge the exact amount each business contributes with the help of percentages and formulae.
The Histogram clearly indicates how exactly the portions of the data are divided. Just taking a look at it one can identify the Business type which occupies the longest/tallest portion of the combined data.
The top...

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3D xml..., and it organizes all aspects of a **3D** scene in a hierarchal manner that systematizes appearance, animation, geometry and event routing (Brutzman, Daily, 2007).
As has been already stated, the software is based on VRML or the Virtual Reality Modelling Language, an international standard first adopted in 1997. However, X3D differs from VRML in its inclusion of Extensible Markup Language (XML), which allows it to integrate with other Internet-based software (Brutzman, Daily, 2007).
Historical background: VRML, ISO and Web3D Consortium
X3D’s scene-**graph** architecture and file-format encoding are based on existing VRML technology, which is formally known as the ISO/IEC 14772 -1:1997 international standard....

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Graphing...Linear equations Given equations Equation M is y=x+4 and Equation of line Z is y 2 x Parallel line to line M passes through coordinates (-7, 1) and perpendicular line to line Z pass through coordinates (4, 2).
Finding the equation of the parallel line to line M
In the equation of the origin line M y=x+ 4, the gradient is 1. Parallel lines have same gradients. Therefore, the gradient of the parallel line is 1. The gradient is calculated by finding the change in Y-axis divided by change in X- axis. Assume the parallel line pass through another coordinates (x, y).
Gradient of parallel line = change in y-axis/change in x-axis
Gradient= y-1/x+7= 1
y- 1 = 1(x+7) solve the equation by making y the subject of the formula.
y= x+ 8... equations Given ...

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Basic CVP Analysis: Graphing...Assignment: Problem 5-19: Basic CVP Analysis: **Graphing** Problem 5-19: Basic CVP Analysis: **Graphing** Shirts Unlimited operatesa chain of shirt stores that carry many styles of shirts that are all sold at the same price. The company pays a substantial sales commission on each shirt sold along with a small basic salary. The following worksheet contains cost and revenue data for Store 36 (Garrison, Noreen, & Brewer, 2012).
This paper will do some basic analysis of the company’s stores and its policies.
1. Unit CM = Selling Price per unit – Variable expenses per unit = 40 – 25 = $15.00
Profit = Unit CM x Q – Fixed expenses = 15 x Q – 300000
According to Render, Stair and Hanna (2012), the break-even point is the number of units sold... that will...

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3D printing... Advantages and Disadvantages of **3D** Printing Introduction Over the recent past, there has been huge advancements in the field of technology. Today, people can produce or manufacture products at a speedy rate due to these advancements. A good example of modern technology include **3D** printing. Though technology has led to increased productivity and efficiency, there are also potential disadvantages. It is therefore the obligation of technology users to ensure they use it within legal and moral frameworks. This paper defines **3D** printing and subsequently explicates the advantages and disadvantages of the technology.
Defining **3D** printing
**3D** printing can best be understood by defining a **3D** printer. According to Kelly, "A **3D** printer... is a...

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3d printing...Impacts of **3D**-Printing Introduction One among the many effects of technological advances on humans is the element ofsurprise. Less than a decade ago, members of the society had to travel long distances to retrieve household appliances and other consumer goods (**3D** Printing Industry, para 1-5). Currently, through the aid of technology, people are able to order items from the retail stores to be delivered at their premises through e-commerce. This change in the manner the society functions has influenced innovation such that the need to order for products is no longer necessary. Through the innovative technological invention of **3D**-printers, members of the society have no business ordering...

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3D printer...**engine**, the algorithm that directs a MakerBot Replicator, powers the machine. The materials used determine the product, but it is essential to understand the software and other computer applications that are required for the model before printing (**3D** Creation Lab). One also needs to select an appropriate polymer or business papers if one needs a durable prototype.
Process
The process for **3D** printing is a lengthy process, but in the end, it turns digital designs into realism. It involves laying successive layers of materials using a computer, in an additive process that continues until one reaches the desired product in terms of geometry and shape. A computer aided design (CAD) package...

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3D ProJet 5500x firmy 3D Systems...ProJet 5500x Firmy **3D** Systems Printer ProJet 5500x Firmy **3D** Systems Printer
Characteristics
i. The printer conducts its internal processes in a single cycle. Therefore, when a particular process or operation is complete, the product is ready for use or for delivery to the specific marker or area of application
ii. Printing is done on a multicolour basis. The assemblies produced are of different colours with regard to the specific requirements
iii. The printer has features that enable it to combine several ingredients to pile up layers of materials on a product that was already made. Such a process is achievable by mixing diverse ingredients, tailoring them and coming up with a final product
iv. Computer...

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