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...**notation** also finds its practical use. For instance, the **scientific** **notation** of 0.89 is 8.9 x 10-1. In the case of too small number like 0.0000000000000089, **scientific** **notation** can actually simplify it in the same manner just like with too large numbers and making it simple like 8.9 x 10-15. The practical advantages of **scientific** **notation** in our modern society are best described in terms of the various human discoveries. For instance, it is important that small things such as atoms or molecules should be quantified in order to **measure** their mass or weight. In the same manner, it would be too complex to...

1 Pages(250 words)Math Problem

...resolution. Moire technique is widely used as an engineering analysis and research tool as it has been proved through **scientific** and industrial applications (Durelli & Vincent Parks 1970). The moire technique has a high level of sensitivity thus it is reliable in **measuring** shear strains on solid bodies. Moire technique is used to **measure** the small deformations of solid structures which may be caused by either temperature changes, mechanical forces or other environmental changes (Khan &Wang 2001). These are the deformations and displacements parallel to the surface of the body. This displacements are essential is determining the induced stress and strains. It is applied in the studies of...

4 Pages(1000 words)Essay

...THE Z **NOTATION** The Z **Notation** INTRODUCTION The Z **notation** is a mathematical **notation** that describes system properties without describing the process in which these properties are archived. This helps in the description of what the system does without describing how it does those functions. Mathematical data types are used. Though these mathematical data types don't represent the computer **notation**, they help determine how a particular system will behave. The Z **notation** also allows for the disintegration of a given specification into schemas, this helps in presenting the code piecewise. Each piece can then be described informally with a commentary. The Z schemes describe the dynamic and static aspects of a system. The static aspect... ...

13 Pages(3250 words)Math Problem

...IC 123-45-6789 HMSX/PSY 320, Fall 2006 A **Distance** is a **Distance** Dear Jamie, Trying to build a life and a relationship with a significant other while we are still trying to build our own life can often present a special set of challenges. It's clear from your letter that you love each other very much and are willing to make great sacrifices to keep your relationship together. For the past two years you have both set aside intimacy and closeness in hopes of building a more secure future to rest your relationship on. This is admirable and can also be economically pragmatic. Getting your career and education on the right path will certainly add to your ability to have a relationship and family down the road....

4 Pages(1000 words)Essay

...that are assigned to the attributes for a variable. Level of **measurement** is important as it helps researcher to decide how to interpret the data from that variable. It also helps the researcher to decide what statistical analysis is most appropriate on the values that were assigned. As is typically posited four levels of **measurements** are identified i.e nominal(here the numerical values just "name" the attribute uniquely; no ordering of the cases is implied),ordinal( here **measurement** of the attributes can be rank-ordered and **distances** between attributes do not have any meaning),interval(in such **measures** **distances** between attributes do...

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...knowledge will help one gain a clearer picture of what will be discussed. Masel (2004)
uses Palmer’s **Notation** to designated individual teeth. He explains Palmer’s **Notation** by
writing, “In Palmers **notation**, your mouth is divided into four parts called quadrants, that is the
upper left quadrant, the upper right quadrant, the lower left quadrant, and the lower right
quadrant as illustrated in the figure on the right. Then each individual tooth in the quadrant is
given a name. For example the two upper and two lower teeth at the center of your mouth are
called centrals. One then combines the names of the quadrant and the tooth to come up with a
Palmers...

100 Pages(25000 words)Dissertation

...How was **scientific** **notation** developed? The term “**scientific** **notation**” initially appeared in use the year 1961, as indicated by the Oxford English Dictionary. Due to the existence of numbers in expanded form as in the theoretically found constant values of the speed of light (300,000,000 m/s) and the mass of a dust particle (0.000000000753 kg), **scientific** **notation** was invented. Scientists necessitated to express large and long numbers in reduced form by using base 10 the exponent of which corresponds to the number of zeros or decimal places before or after the units digit. Hence, instead of writing 300,000,000 for the light’s speed in...

1 Pages(250 words)Assignment

...Gross Domestic Product Gross domestic product helps **measure** the economic activity of a country in terms of the value of thegoods and services it produces in a certain period. It can be expressed as nominal gross domestic product or real gross domestic product. Nominal gross domestic product uses incumbent prices to express the value of goods and services produced in a country at a given period. Real gross domestic product expresses a country’s value of goods and services using constant consumer and producer price indices in removing the effects of inflation. Real gross domestic product shows that the economy of a country is growing and that average incomes are increasing consumption. Negative real gross domestic product...

2 Pages(500 words)Essay

..., square root, exponentiation, and logarithmic functions; solid and Plane Geometry – perimeter, volume, **distance**, area, spatial coordinates, spatial reasoning, visualization, and geometric modeling; **measurement** – time **measurement**, mass, length, **measurement** systems, units, and system conversion (e.g. from English to metric); mathematical **Notation** - the language of mathematics to express mathematical ideas; mathematical Problem Solving and Reasoning – strategies, deductive and inductive and reasoning, arguments, conjectures, and interpretation of results; Elementary Statistics and Laws of Probability - mean, median, and standard deviation; Algebra and...

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