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Women in mathematics,Science,and Engineering...? The role of women in careers which revolve around math, **science** and **engineering** has been a central concern of democratic societies around the worldas those societies have attempted to extend social and economic equality. Because math, **science**, and **engineering** careers are among the most powerful and lucrative professions in the information age, most advanced governments and societies have believed it important to ensure that women are encouraged to enter those fields and that they have access to the careers in them through proper education and certification. In this paper, the status and role of women in math, **science**, and **engineering** in Canada will be reviewed in order to determine how successful one of the most developed... of such...

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Women in Mathematics, Science & Engineering...? Women in Mathematics, **Science** &**Engineering** Table of Contents Women in Mathematics, **Science** &**Engineering** 1.0 Background 3 2.0 Challenges, issues and opportunities 4 3.0 Strategies to improve women's prospects 6 4.0 Recent imporovements 8 5.0 Conclusion 8 1.0 Background Generally, the field of Mathematics, **science** and Physics was closed to women for a very long time. However there has been treamendous improvement in terms of participation and contributions of women to the field in the twentieth century. Lewis (2011) documents 10 women who have made contributions to the field of mathematics for as early as 355 AD. These women include Hypatia of Alexandria...

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Science-Engineering - Robotic Technology...**Science**-**Engineering** - Robotic Technology
I would like to inform you about the progress of my endeavors. It is evident that my **Science**-**Engineering**-Technology project has helped me to comprehend the essential **engineering** concepts. I am focusing on the utilization of robotic technology in schools. By doing this project, I have enhanced my comprehension of the utilization of such processes in schools. The objective of my project was to prove that the technology has been helpful in the current education system (Rueckert & Joaquin 29).
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Women in mathematics,Science,and Engineering...Women in Mathematics, **Science**, and **Engineering** Women employees with skills in **science** and technology are an essential resource today, in leading knowledge based economies, such as in the OECD countries. Due to the rapidly growing technology, there is an acute demand for **science** and technology employees, with the job growth being motivated and driven by an increased number of female employees in this sector. However, women are highly underrepresented in **science** and technology studies at the secondary and tertiary levels of education, and in the overall technical workforce. This is despite evidence that suggests further involvement of women in technology...

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Science and Engineering...A Summary on the article 'Taskforce sets up to call for coordinated strategy' A na chnology taskforce recently conducted its first assembly to elevate **science** and take a shot at convincing the government to pay more attention in making a more rational policy to advance nanotechnology in the United Kingdom says Mediaplanet. Chairman of the taskforce Ian Gibson, former Chairman of the **Science** Select Committee, and Ravi Silva, co-founder of the taskforce, and Head of the Nano-Electronics Centre at the University of Surrey, have seen the need of the UK to be more updated when it comes to nanotechnology. They believe in its full potential to uplift UK economy. It also offers answers to most of the biggest...

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Fire Engineering Science...and what is the obscuration
Solution:
As per data given in this example:
Intensity of bulb = = 80 W
Intensity of light as received by the detector = I = 3 W
Distance between the bulb and light detector = length of room = L = 3 m
Obscuration = S =
S = 96.25
Optical Density of Smoke = D =
D =
D =
D = 14.2 dB
Now visibility: (For luminous objects)
5.28m
Q3. What is the compression ratio of an **engine** and why is it useful
The working of the Internal Combustion (IC) **engine** is based on four strokes.
1. Suction or Induction stroke
2. Compression stroke
3. Burn or Power stroke
4. Blow or Exhaust stroke
During the above operations, the...

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The Triangle of forces (Engineering Science)...The Triangle of Forces (Lab Report) **Science** Practical Assignment Faculty January 22, 2009 Aim: The aim is to verify experimentally the theorem of the triangle of forces.
Introduction:
The theorem of the triangle of forces states that “if three forces P, Q, R (See Figure 1) meeting at a point can be represented in magnitude and direction by the three sides of a triangle OB, AO, and BA respectively, taken in order, then the three forces are in equilibrium.”
Figure 1: Triangular force diagram
In above diagram (figure 1), actually, the converse of the triangle of forces theorem is investigated, that is “ if three forces P, Q, and R meeting at a point are known to be in equilibrium, then their magnitude and directions can be...

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Engineering science... Response to Question 2 a) Considering the circuit diagram shown, it is clear that the there are resistors connected in parallel and there are those resistors connected in parallel. A parallel circuit is composed of resistors arranged with heads connected together, and the tails connected together. Considering the circuit above, the three resistors (R1, R2, and R3), voltage across all of them is the same. Noting that the total resistance of resistors connected in parallel is found by summing up the resistance values reciprocals, and finding their reciprocals, effective resistance (Rf ) shown as 1/R1+1/R2+1/R3= 1/Rf . Hence for the three resistors in parallel, the effective resistance Rf = 1/7+1/12+1/14= 50/1 68. Flipping... Response to...

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Engineering electrical circuits and bernoulli science...1. Principles of fluid flow In this principle, the flow of mass and volume of the fluids measures the amount of fluid moving in a space. Velo measure the fastness of the flow of the fluid. The relationship between the density, volume and the mass is shown in the equation below:
Volume = Mass x density
Or
Q=m / ρ -------------------------------------------------------------- 1
For any volume flow, the speed depends on the pipe cross-sectional area. The link between the volume and the cross sectional area is shown n the equation 2 below.
Volume flow (Q) = Velocity (v) * Area (A)
Q = vA ----------------------------------------------------------------------2
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