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Mathematical model of bone remodeling...? **MATHEMATICAL** **MODEL** OF BONE REMODELLING al affiliation 17th March Introduction For many years,bones have been known as complicated tissues which can be repaired and reconstructed in people’s lives continuously. In the last years, people have made it very clear that bone reconstruction relies on the relationship between two uncommon cells which are osteoclasts and osteoblasts at the cellular level. The osteoclasts refer to a variety of nuclear cells with hematopoietic origin. The second are mononuclear cells. The bone reconstruction process is made of two processes; the new bone’s formation and the old bone’s re-sorption. In the humans’ body, some auto-crine and paracrine parameters ruled the bone...

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Mathematical Model...). Other forms of **mathematical** **models** use logic and they are mainly applied in humanities and philosophy. Although **models** represents real phenomenon they do not necessarily agree related experimental measurement. This has been a basis for advanced theories to define the related phenomenon. The role that **mathematical** **models** Figure 1 Brief History There are two basic types of **mathematical** **models** namely deterministic and empirical **models**. Deterministic **model** are derived directly from a natural phenomenon and usually have a linear representation. On the other hand, empirical...

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Mathematical Tasks.... It is also helpful in enabling the learner to **develop** **mathematics** arguments about geometry relationships, that is, to **develop** logical thinking abilities (Freudenthal, 1991).
The learner is also able to specify locations and describe spatial relationships for example using co-ordinate geometry and other representational systems. An example of geometry is Euclidean geometry which the learner may use to be able to study the properties within plane geometry (this involves two dimensional geometry). These properties include angle properties, relationships and similarities.
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Bates, T. (1979) 'Triangles and squares', **Mathematics** Teaching, 88:...

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Mathematical Thinking... ordinary language and the language of **mathematics**. Teachers nudge in strengthen the **mathematical** thinking of student make a gamut, fluctuating from more direct methods in which the teacher gives an answer, a substantiation, or a leading question, to less direct methods that facilitate and simplify students to **develop** their thinking mechanism or to reverberate on their queries and acumen. Some examples of less direct methods to enhance **mathematical** thinking are non-leading questions, summarizing a discussion, connecting ideas, and problem-solving steps to be taken; and the use of wait-time, in which a teacher masquerade a query and gives appropriate time for the student to just go through and elaborate his or her reasoning. Each... of these...

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Development and Expansion Strategy of SMART Cars..., enthusiasts and environmentalists. The marketing and promotional strategy will also be broadened to a certain degree to include city drivers.
12 Short and Long-Term Projections
The projections E Digital services are using to estimate probable acquisition and retention figures are derived from historical data supplied by SMART **cars** and forecasts based on **calculated** assumptions. By implementing the **development** and expansion strategies, the following results should be achieved.
Short Term
Increased of internet traffic to SMART's websites resulting in at least 1725 requests for test drives monthly
Increasing **car** sales to 84 units per month
Notable increase of accessory...

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Development of a Mathematical Model...**Development** of a **Mathematical** **Model** Pollution: Pollution is the release of environmental contaminants and the major forms of pollution include air pollution, water pollution, radio active pollution, noise pollution, and soil contamination, light pollution and visual pollution.1
The leading cause of air pollution is motor vehicle emissions and industrial waste, air pollution leads to acid rain and also causes diseases such as cancer and asthma. The main causes of soil contamination are the release of chlorinated hydrocarbons and heavy metals.
Scenario one
(a) Over several months, 1000 litres of unleaded gasoline have leaked from an underground tank. This has occurred in a residential...

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Green cars (electric cars)... Section/# Green **Cars** Outline I. What defines “Green” Thesis sentence: The term Green technology is thrown around with a great degree of reckless abandon these days; as such, the purpose of this analysis will be to determine what “green” actually means as it relates to automobiles and how it is measured.
A. How will we measure “green” success
B. What product offerings fit under the umbrella “green” technology
C. Which of these offerings meets the needs of the current market
1. Electric
2. Bio **fuel**
3. CNG
II. Current “green” technology and the gaps that exist which need to be overcome
Thesis Sentence: Although many alternatives to traditional gasoline **cars** now exist, the fact of the matter is that each of the so-called “green... ...

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Green cars (electric cars)...based electricity production is almost zero emitter of pollutant, as in this regard, Kampman (2010) says, “If electricity is produced from lignite or coal, well-to-wheel CO2 emissions are ….equal to the emissions of a comparable ICE **car**….Electricity from renewable sources, such as wind, solar or hydro energy, would result in zero CO2 emissions per kilometer” (p. 6). Hydrogen **fuel** combustion vehicles and hybrid electric vehicle can serve as low emission technology. But this reduction is not as easy as it sounds, because industry-based modern crucially pivots on the burning of fossil **fuels** in various purposes such as transportation, mills, factories, constructions, etc. Therefore a...

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Environmental impact of carbon fuel consumption ( cars, taxis, buses, air plane...)...therefore invest in forms of research which can help come up with new ways of reducing the impact of carbon emissions through **developing** new platforms and equipment to help reduce the emissions. Investment in research into vehicles that are run by the use of other means other than **fuel** **consumption** should be the goal of all countries if there is any hope for the future generations.
It is also upon every individual in to ensure that they have practices which are geared towards **fuel** **consumption** in the world. Reduction of **fuel** **consumption** and living in a serene atmosphere is in every person’s best interest and therefore each...

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Fuel...**FUEL** Introduction **Fuel** is defined as a material that can be consumed or burned to produce heat or power energy. Hydrogen produces **fuel**, and it is the lightest element on earth because it appears first on the periodic table. It is used as **fuel** to power **cars**, boats and other electric devices.
Use of hydrogen to power **cars** and trucks: **fuel** cell technology
A **fuel** cell is made up of; a cathode (positively charged), an anode (negatively charged) and an electrolyte (catalyst to speed up change) the cell **fuel** functions like a battery because it produces electricity which is used to run...

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