Longboards are absolutely the most amazing ride of your life. Longboards are skateboards that boast a wider and longer body. They are commonly used for competitive riding, transportation, slalom, and exhibition purposes. All types of longboards consist of wheels, deck, trucks, and bearings that vary in size, which can be determined by the type of riding that you are planning to do with them. Longboards can be made of materials like carbon fiber, maple or birch wood, and synthetic fiber glass. If you like cruising, you can benefit from the pintail types of longboards. They are generally suitable for cruising on flatlands and can be used as means for downhill bombing and transportation. Pintail longboards are characterized by their narrow appearance. They are around 9 inches in width and 48 inches in length. Their trucks are located on the ends of both sides and they have riser pads that are semi-slanted to take deeper turns. Amateurs may have a hard time maneuvering pintails. But if you like street riding, you can opt for a lowrider longboard with decks that have wood laminate that is durable and a low profile that is appropriate for pushing and carving. The trucks of lowriders are located near the tips for better stability and control. Wheels add traction support for different surfaces like gravel, water, and all types of surfaces. Consider your purpose for riding when choosing between these types of longboards. Recreational riders can benefit from those that are made from natural wood for durability while exhibition or competitive riders can opt for carbon fiber or fiberglass that can handle jumps, blows, and fast speeds. Downhill bombing or…
Measuring Mass, Length, Volume and Density
Exactly how “good” is a measured number?
Before doing this lab you should have completed the following prelab tutorials or taken the corresponding fast-track quizzes demonstrating your proficiency.
Measurements and Units
Student Learning Outcomes:
How to properly make and record measurements taken with both analog and digital measurement devices with the maximum precision.
The rules for the use and importance…
* Education Provider: Charles Sturt University
Program of Study: Bachelor of Physiotherapy
Course Type: Bachelor Degree
Course Length: 4 years
Qualification: Bachelor of Physiotherapy
* Education Provider: La Trobe University
Program of Study: Master of Physiotherapy Practice (Hons)
Course Type: Masters Degree
Course Length: 2 years
Qualification: Master of Physiotherapy Practice (Hons)
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Rolling 90 days (10 Jan - 10 Apr) |…
Minimum Length: 4 typed, double-spaced pages (minimum 1,000 words)
Due: Saturday, June 22
You may write on any of the short stories assigned up to this point. Your thesis must be an arguable statement: take a position on a point that reasonable, intelligent people, having read the story, could still disagree about. Your argument supporting this thesis must be based on clearly stated reasons, which you must show are grounded in the story by presenting brief quotes or…
the cell path length
C is the concentration
The units of ∈ are
∈ = [A] / [cm X C] → ∈ = [cm-1(C) -1]
where C is the concentration units that you are using.
 How does the percent transmittance of a solution vary with (a) increasing concentration and (b) increasing path
Percent Transmittance is inversely proportional to the concentration (more light goes through if the solution is very
Percent Transmittance is inversely proportional to the Path length. Recall that…
GUIDELINES FOR ATTENDING THEATRE AND THEN WRITING A PERFORMANCE CRITIQUE
length of critique: 600-800 words Submit in the designated DROPBOX 100pts.
(These guidelines are based on “Theatergoer’s Guide, a handbook for students” by Alvin Goldfarb, Scott Walters, and Edwin Wilson, as well as information in the text.)
Prep for theatergoing
The experience of attending theatre is usually delightful, and can be even more enjoyable with some preparation. It might be possible to ahead of…
into the hole to see if there are bugs
It leaves and makes a tool
Tool length 5cm (2inches)
It comes back and used the tool in the hole
Shallow hole: tool works (gets food)
Deep hole: tool doesn't work (doesn't get food)
Crow makes longer tool, comes back and tries again
* Two step heuristic (ex. Rule of thumb)
Heuristic: rule that works most of the time
1. Try standard tool first (same length, works every time)
2. Makes longer tool f the first one doesn’t get the food…
joules of energy transferred by one coulomb of charge, and that current is the number of coulombs of charge passing a place each second.
The resistance of a conductor of uniform cross-section depends on three factors:
1. The length (l ) of the conductor. The longer the length, the greater the resistance will be.
2. The cross-sectional area (A). The greater the cross-sectional area, the less the resistance will be. This is similar to pumping water through a thick pipe compared with pumping it through…
distance from the lens to the object.
f# = f number of the lens indicating aperture opening. For example f5.6. The f number is the focal length divided by the aperture size.
c = circle of confusion, believe it or not, this is what engineers call it. It is not a circle drawn around your chair. You can consider this the pixel size in the sensor plane.
F = focal length of the lens. For example, a 50mm lens
This is an approximation, but it should give you a good idea. Note that there is not a perfect…
in which they live. Two questions will be addressed: how does the relative length of the mollusk ligament relate to the mobility of the animals and the environmental conditions under which they live, and how does intraspecific variation in shell morphology relate to habitat? The data collected in the experiment will be analyzed using the online ANOVA calculator. It can be found that ligament length relative to shell length is required by species living in the intertidal zone, where tides may make…