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Food Safety; Pests and Vectors; Air Quality...Food Safety; Pests and **Vectors**; Air Quality Institute Question Explain which of the following two approaches can be used to enhance food safety in the long run, a stronger enforcement program by the local health department or a mandatory food safety training requirement for all restaurant employees. Describe worker’s behaviors that may promote or compromise food safety.
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Homework (1) Vector Mechanics For Engineera- Statics...Homework **Vector** Mechanics For Engineers - **Statics** 2 Two forces P and Q are applied as shown at point A of a hook support. Knowing that P = 75 N and Q = 125 N, determine graphically the magnitude and direction of their resultant using (a) parallelogram law, (b) the triangle rule.
Solution:
(a) The angle opposite R would be 180 – 20 – 35 = 125 and by Cosine Law,
R = [752 + 1252 – 2(75)(125)*cos(125)]1/2
R = 178.898 N and (sin θ)/75 = (sin 125)/178.898 -- θ = 20.085
and θ is the angle between Q and R (in the 4th quadrant) therefore,
it follows that the direction would be 90 – 35 + 20.085 = 75.085°
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Homework(3) - Vor Mechanics / Statics...Homework3 (**Vector** Mechanics – **Statics**) 3.96. An antenna is guyed by three cables as shown. Knowing that the tension in cable AD is 270 lb, replace the force exerted at A by cable AD with an equivalent force-couple system at the center O of the base of the antenna.
(Note: Please refer to the FBD attached separately)
Solution:
TY = 270 sin 41.81° = 180 lb (downward)
TXZ = 270 cos 41.81° = 201.25 lb
TX = 201.25 sin 26.56° = 89.98 lb (towards –x)
TZ = 201.25 cos 26.56° = 180 lb (towards –z)
-- F = -(89.98 lb)i - (180 lb)j - (180 lb)k
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Food Safety; Pests and Vectors; Air Quality...Environmental Health and Safety Environmental Health and Safety Evidently, a mandatory food safety training requirement for all restaurant employees will be much better than a stronger enforcement program by the local health department. This is so because there are various studies that show that the best approach is a behavior-based safety program which requires better employee-awareness and willingness.
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Acute respiratory infections; this class includes infections from a range of bacteria and viruses.
Chronic obstructive pulmonary disease; like chronic bronchitis
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Mathematics and statics for economists... Statistical project By: QUESTION ONE Distribution of happiness descriptive statistics Mean 4.820680628
Standard Error
0.095678992
Median
5
Mode
6
Standard Deviation
2.644619961
Sample Variance
6.994014739
Kurtosis
15.41579212
Skewness
-3.727494666
Range
16
Minimum
-9
Maximum
7
Sum
3683
Count
764
Confidence
Level (95.0%)
0.187825322
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INTRODUCTION
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Sources of Systemic Errors 8
Conclusion and Recommendations 9
Work cited 9
Introduction
Purpose
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