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Would like evidence from reliable sources for and against this for an essay for my foundation year at university.
CHALLENGE: Case of the missing crystal eggs
The scientists noticed a set of crystal eggs had been stolen when they reported to work early Tuesday morning. Reliable witnesses say the eggs were definitely there on Monday morning. The thieves must have come in sometime between Monday morning and Tuesday morning.
The camera system had been disconnected, but the laboratory had a backup system: a webcam took a picture of the crystals every 5 minutes and stored it securely. Every hour 12 pictures were taken, so in the 24-hour period, 12 * 24 = 288 pictures were taken.
Write rough pseudocode to find out the time of the crime as quickly as possible
Falling objects drop with an average acceleration of 9.8m/sec/sec. If an object falls from a tall building, how long will it take before it reaches a speed of 7m/s?
A roller coaster car with a mass of 250kg starts from a height of 100m above the ground just before rolling down the frictionless track. Find the speed of the car as it reaches the ground
If argument forms are always valid or invalid, what is the benefit in being able to recognize them in speech and writing? How would one go about analyzing a deductive argument?
A 100N girl rides a 50N bicycle a total of 150m at a constant speed. The frictional force against the forward motion of the bicycle equals 25N. How much work does the girl do? Explain your answer.
An object of mass 20kg is falling in air and experiences a force due to air resistance of 40N. Determine the net force acting on the object and calculate the acceleration of the object.
I am studying animal/wildlife conservation. I have to come up with a title or idea for a project where I can do some of my own research in the UK and compare with similar research. Could anyone help me out and point me in a certain direction, I have absolutely no idea what area to focus on or what project to do! Any help will be appreciated!!!