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  • Health Science Program
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  • Science Research Coursework - Photosynthesis
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  • science notes
    Science Fair idea: Sugar vs. Salt Beginning water level: 13 centimeters Drop of food coloring: 4 Water Level Day One: Both water levels are at 13 centimeters. Day Three: The sugar water level is at 12 2/4 cm. The salt water level is at 12 1/4 cm. Day Six: Both water levels are at...
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  • Science Investigatory Project
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  • Revisiting Science
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  • Intro to Computer Science; Bit's, Bytes, and Beyond. Chapter 2 Data Manipulation
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  • Topics in Science Review Guide
    Topics in Science Study Guide- FOOD 6 types of chemicals animals need for sustaining life: water, carbs, lipids, proteins, minerals and vitamins WATER -Vital both as a solvent in which many of the body’s chemicals dissolve and react, and as an essential part of many metabolic...
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  • environmental science
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  • Political Science 1 Study Guide
    Political Science 001 Final Review Chapter 4 Clear and present danger test is a test to determine whether speech is protected or unprotected, based on its capacity to present a clear and present danger to society. Post WWI people were convicted under the federal espionage act of 1917...
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  • Social Science
    Chapter 10 Education I. Education-refers especially to efforts, usually by the more mature members of a society, to teach each new generation the beliefs, the way of life, the values, knowledge and skills of the group A. In modern society there is so much to learn, therefore,...
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  • computer science illumanted
    Chapter 1 the Big Picture People in Computer Science- Ada Lovelace 1. First computer programmer in HISTORY. 2. Charles Babbage. 3. Difference Engine 4. Augustus DeMorgan 5. Basic Theorems of Boolean Algebra 6. Ada Matching- People in Computer Science (1-10) 1. B 2. A 3. C 4....
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  • Science
    Guide of Science Fosils Trace: Foot print, nests, droppings. Mold: Empty space of skeleton. Ambar: It´s a stuck in a substance. Body: Skeleton, petrifed, frozen. The world creation 4.5 billion years ago: The world was full of lava, but the clouds absorb all vapor of the earth...
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  • Physical Science Notes
    Physical Science Chapter 17 Notes The Moon Our calendar is tied to the phases of the moon. 29.5 days to circle the Earth. July 20, 1969 Apollo 11 landed on the moon. The astronauts placed a reflector to reflect the ray of an Earth-based laser beam. Determine the rate of continental...
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  • Science lecture on Nervous system
    Science lecture on Nervous system. Imagine, you are sitting in class during a boring lecture on well… whatever. Your mind keeps drifting to the presentation you have next period… and the children you have to babysit tonight. And how you wish you had eaten lunch because the rumbling in your...
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  • Environmental science chapter 1 notes
    Chapter 1: Environmental Problems, Their Causes, and Sustainability Exponential Growth A quantity increases at a fixed percentage per unit of time (2% per year) There are too many people in the world- causes poor to deplete nature Cause premature extinction of species (.1-1% each...
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  • computer science
    Computer Science Now OS Chapter 7 Notes Deadlock and Indefinite Postponement Introduction deadlock A situation in which two or more processes are prevented from continuing while each waits for resources to be freed by the continuation of the other. Examples of Deadlock Traffic...
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  • Science and Reality
     Science and Rea Science and Reality There exist competing opinions about the definition of science. Science is commonly recognized as a systematic method that enables people to learn by hypothesis testing, theories and observation among others....
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  • Does Falsifiability Provide A Satisfactory Method Of Demarcating Science From Non-Science?
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