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Conduction, Convection, and Radiation

Write an essay with examples on conduction, convection, and radiation with relevant references. The paper must be at least 1500 words, double spaced, in standard fonts and contains at least two references. Please follow the APA format.

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Light and Sound Waves

Compare and contrast light and sound waves in an essay of 1500 words, double spaced, in standard fonts, and provide credible references in the APA format.

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polyhydroxyalkanoates productions by bacteria

 polyhydroxyalkanoates productions by bacteria
1- KT2440 and 555 (the bacteria) are they are good in accumulate PHA?

2- Related substrate (fatty acid ) is better carbon source than unrelated substrates (glucose, glycerol) and why?
3- PHA compositions and their prosperities and how the industry uses them?

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Health Sciences

 
The sixteenth-century French humanist Francois Rabelais argued that “science without conscience is
but the ruin of the soul.” With the advent of spectacular advances in human knowledge, some ethicists have
speculated that our progress has outdistanced our ability to understand the moral implications of what we’ve learned.As the recent financial crisis – among other pressing issues – demonstrates, at no time in history has there ever been a more pressing need for moral wisdom. Given the increasing need to keep alive a sense of the ethical dimensions of our fields and professional lives, assignment 1 asks you to deeply consider a complex ethical issue within your discipline.
Think carefully about the different ethical dilemmas in your field or future profession: you should begin by spending some time thinking, brainstorming, and doing some preliminary research on a bunch of issues/ethical questions. Now choose one that is a particularly tantalizing dilemma, and continue to research it carefully from as many different perspectives as possible.
You need 6-10 sources, at least four of which should be scholarly (written by experts

on that specific topic for experts, and published in a peer-reviewed journal or reputed press)

 

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Scientific Method Applied to Forensic Science

 
Write a 1,400- to 2,100-word paper that addresses each step of the scientific method in relation to forensic science, providing examples of how each step is incorporated into the criminal investigation process:

Observation and description of a phenomenon or a group of phenomena
Formulation of a hypothesis or hypotheses to explain the phenomena
Use of the hypothesis to predict the existence of other phenomena, or to quantitatively predict the results of new observations
Performance of tests of predictions by several independent experimenters

Format your paper consistent with APA guidelines.

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supercomputing and visualization in computer science

supercomputing and visualization in computer science
Paper instructions:
answer each question in paragraph form or suitable form. answers must show work. this includes calculations, derivations, proofs, graphs, as well as arguments and reasoning. display references if used.

Problems:

1. In scientific visualization, use is made of multiprocessor computers.

1.1. A major issue with multiprocessor computers is the amount of speedup that can be achieved compared to a uniprocessor computer. There are two laws covering speedup: Amdahl and Gustafson.

1.1.1. Do either of these have a formal proof? If so, present the formal proof and explain what it means (i.e., do not just use formalism, also use ordinary English sentences).

1.1.2. Do either of these have a basis in data? If so, explain the data and explain how the data is used to justify the law.

1.1.3. Which of these laws are more likely to be applicable to most problems in scientific studies??

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