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For the project, you will need to: 1. Estimate your greenhouse gas emissions bas

For the project, you will need to: 1. Estimate your greenhouse gas emissions based on your energy use. Please go to the following EPA website, and answer a few questions to get this estimate. Copy the estimated values into the tables provided on pages 3 and 4 in the attached "Instructions in Detail" document. Paste these completed tables in the “Results” section of your project report. https://www3.epa.gov/carbon-footprint-calculator/  2. Make three graphs for the indicators of climate change (temperature, sea level,…

Students will choose a book of their choice from the list of books on leadership

Students will choose a book of their choice from the list of books on leadership provided by the instructor. The student will read the book in full. The student will then write a clear and concise evaluation of the book, being sure to include all details given in the book about leadership, to   include any major problems discussed about leadership, being sure to describe how leadership and individuals impact sports in general; and discuss what they will do to assure…

In this assignment, students will analyze the current literature regarding the r

In this assignment, students will analyze the current literature regarding the role of biochemistry in the creation of life on earth and explore the views of various scientists, experts on creation, theologians, and their own beliefs on how the earth was created while comparing them from the perspective of the Christian worldview. In the book, A World from Dust: How the Periodic Table Shaped Life, biochemist Ben McFarland states, "Life is carried by a river made of chemistry that is pulled…

PLEASE PROVE READ YOUR ANSWERS USING THE ATTACHED RUBRIC In a two-page paper, id

PLEASE PROVE READ YOUR ANSWERS USING THE ATTACHED RUBRIC In a two-page paper, identify the physics principles contained within the following scenario. Explain how these principals connect to Einstein's theory of relativity or in modern applications in physics. If you use a GPS option on your car or a mobile device, you are using Einstein's theory of relativity. Finally, provide another example from your own experience, then compare and contrast your scenario to the provided example below. Paper uses proper…

1. If f1 = 100 Hz, Which of the following are harmonics .  Chose all correct ans

1. If f1 = 100 Hz, Which of the following are harmonics .  Chose all correct answers a. 50 Hz  b. 150 Hz  c. 200 Hz  d. 250 Hz  e.500 Hz   f.550 Hz    g. 1500 Hz    h.1550 Hz  i. 1000 Hz  j. 5500 Hz 2. A string is stretched tight on a frame that is 40 cm long. ( ) = where the answer belongs  The wavelength of its fundamental frequency is (blank)  m and the wave length of the 2nd harmonic is  (blank)…

Goal: To practice public communication of scientific concepts. It’s evident by n

Goal: To practice public communication of scientific concepts. It's evident by now that I love memes: they can be used as a great way to demonstrate concepts in a visual (and often humorous) way. Format: Meme. If you need an explanation of what a meme is: click here. https://www.lifewire.com/what-is-a-meme-2483702 Task: Create an original meme that demonstrates your understanding of one  (or more) of the six mechanisms of evolution for your fellow students. Guidance: You must work alone and produce original…

1. What is the period of a wave (in seconds) that has a velocity of 1 km/s and a

1. What is the period of a wave (in seconds) that has a velocity of 1 km/s and a wavelength of 5 meters? (Answer must be number only-no units or exponents) 2. What is the frequency of that wave in Hz? (Answer must be just a number - no units.) 3. What is the wavelength in meters of a 1000 Hz sound wave? (Number answer only) 4.Sound travels at different speed in different gases.  At room temperature, a 400 Hz sound wave has a wavelength of 2.52…

PLEASE SHOW WORK WAVE VELOCITY  1. Billy Bottom play his 5 string electric bass

PLEASE SHOW WORK WAVE VELOCITY  1. Billy Bottom play his 5 string electric bass in a concert on a very hot summer day.  The temperature was measured to be 105°F (40.6° C).  The frequency of his lowest note (B0) is 30.9 Hz.  When he plays his low B, how long (in meters)  would the wavelength of the sound wave be? (Answer must be number only, no units or exponents) 2. The G string of a violin has a tension of 47.2 N.  The string has…