Sc300 Final Project Essays and Term Papers

  • Epidemic Project

    Running Head: WEEK TWO PROJECT SC300 Big Ideas in Science: From Methods to Mutation, Section B Week Two Assignment Kenneth Foster Kaplan University April 4, 2010 SC 300 Week Two Project Problem: A series of absences experienced at four middle schools within the month of May is outside...

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  • Scientific Method

    Unit 9 Final Project (Science Meets Real Life) SC300 July 16, 2013 Tarah Wells The Scientific Method Each and every day, you are faced with having to make split-second decisions, and the need to solve random problems that you encounter. To reach those decisions and work those problems out you...

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  • Scientific Method

    Final Project SC300-05 PART I: SCIENTIFIC METHOD We use the scientific method to answer testable questions with measurable data that are based on logic through a five step process. These steps are: 1. Ask question and state the problem, 2. Make observations and do research, 3. Form a hypothesis...

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  • Being on Time

    Running head: SC300 UNIT 2 ASSIGNMENT SC300 Big Ideas in Science: From Methods to Mutation Unit 2 Project: Science Meets Real Life Jason Goldstein Kaplan University October 20th, 2010 SC300 UNIT 2 ASSIGNMENT A string of absences are currently being experienced at four different middle schools...

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  • Sc300 Healty Departament Investigator

    SC300 – Big Ideas in Science: From Methods to Mutation Kaplan University Investigative Report for Jackson and Truman Middle Schools March 28, 2012 Community Health Department Investigator; Introduction On May 22, 2012 the Health Department was informed by Principal Perez of a potential health...

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  • Earthquakes

    Kaplan University Earthquakes Jennifer Bell Science- SC300-01 Professor Kisver July 3, 2012 Earthquakes can be the most deadly and destructive natural disasters in the world, as they cannot be predicted by any means and can happen anywhere. We will be looking...

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  • Unit Nine Final

    unit nine final | No running water | Sc300 Big Ideas in Science: From Methods to mutation | Julie Kennel | Bobbie Roof | 2/12/2013 | The scientific method can be defined simply as a series of steps. There are five steps to the scientific method that are used. These steps consist of making...

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  • Unit 2 Project

    Unit 2 Project Sheila Herrington SC300: Big Ideas in Science; From Methods to Mutation Professor Molika Chea July 15, 2011 Dear Ms. Perez, As Community Health Dept. Investigator, the following conclusion is the results from my investigation concerning the absences at Truman Middle School and...

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  • Unit 4 Project: Dangerous and Natural Energy Earthquakes

    Unit 4 Project: Dangerous and Natural Energy Earthquakes One of the most frightening destructive forces known on earth is the earthquake. Why is the threat of an earthquake so frightening? When dealing with other destructive forces like tornados, hurricanes, and flooding, man is able to predict...

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  • Riverpoint Writer

    Energy Alternatives Katt Goodson Sc300 June-11, 2013 Christine Snyder Energy Alternatives The United States leaves a huge carbon footprint through energy use, this can be reduced by: building energy efficient homes, reducing motor vehicle use, and recycling more. Some energy related activities...

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  • The Scientific Method

    The Scientific Method Justin Lancaster SC300-24 The Scientific Method Throughout our lives, we face numerous challenges, obstacles and difficult decisions that require the use of higher-level thinking. When we process the different possibilities and scenarios in our mind, subconsciously we are...

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  • Earthquakes

    Running Header: Unit 4 Project Unit 4 Project SC300-04 Submitted by March 28, 2012 1. What patterns do you see in the distribution of earthquakes across the continental United States? Most of the world's earthquakes occur along the boundaries between Earth's constantly moving tectonic...

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  • Earthquakes

    Earthquakes Kristy Dow Kaplan University SC300 Professor Cohen August 3, 2010 Perhaps Mother Nature offers no greater force than that of the earthquake (also referred to as a temblor). Formally defined an earthquake is “a sudden movement of the earth’s crust caused by the release of...

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  • The Virtual Lab Experience

    Steven Dziuk SC300 Big Ideas in Science: From Methods to Mutation Unit Five Project Temperature and Equilibrium Virtual Lab   June 15, 2010 Temperature and Equilibrium Virtual Lab   This virtual lab studies the affects different temperatures have on two sets of molecules, both separate...

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  • Science meets Real Life

     Science meets Real Life Cheryl Hankins SC300: Big Ideas in Science: From Methods to Mutation There are two different ways to use the scientific method. The five step method involves observing/research, hypothesis, prediction, experiment, and conclusion (Understanding and Using...

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  • Big Ideas in Science: Science Meets Real Life -Mysterious Pattern of Student Absenceseddie S. Jackson

    | Science meets real life Eddie S. Jackson Kaplan University SC300: Big Ideas in Science: From Methods to Mutation Name of Health Department Investigator Eddie S. Jackson Synopsis ...

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  • Sc300-Unit 6 Assignment

    Unit 6 Assignment SC300: Big Ideas in Science September 30, 2012 Unit 6 Assignment The two meals that I have chosen are breakfast and dinner. We will discuss breakfast first. This morning I had two fried eggs with salt and pepper, a piece of toast with blackberry jam, and a diet coke. The...

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  • Sc300 Assignment 4

    Unit 4 Assignment Kaplan University SC300-12 Part 1: Energy and me Energy and me. I use several different forms of energy. The one I most often used is electricity which is generated from a power plant in my area. It is my understanding that Power plants make electricity out of other forms of...

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  • Sc300 Earthquake Analysis

    Earthquake Analysis Kaplan University SC300: Big Ideas in Science: From Methods to Mutation Professor Olga Guvanova August 25, 2012 Earthquake Analysis The National Seismic Hazard Map shows the major earthquake hazard areas within the United States based on fault lines (USGS, 2008). These...

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  • unit 2

    7th Grade Attendance Data, Final Term Data reported as percentage of students absent 7th Grade Attendance Data, Final Term •Come up with six follow-up questions that you could ask to help further your investigation and support or disprove each hypothesis. •According to an anonymous town...

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