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Safety Cn Tower Awards Honours Toronto
877 wordsSo, Why Build A Tower In The First Place During Toronto's building boom in the early 70's, a serious problem was developing. People were experiencing poor quality television. The preskyscraper transmission towers of Toronto stations were simply not high enough anymore. As office buildings were reaching higher and higher, the video reception and radio signal got weaker and soon became alost in possible to recieve. Signals from Toronto and from Buffalo, New York were bouncing off the buildings. A...

White Squares T Total Number Of Squares
747 wordsBorders Coursework 1) Investigate the different patterns of development Order of squares going dow 13 New additions. In each case 2 has been added. 1 + 3 +5 7 + 5 + 3 + 1 = 25 Like the previous pattern there are Additions with 2 being added on. For the next pattern I predict that the total number of squares will be 41, using the following pattern 41 I am now going to check to test my prediction. Number of squares = 25 + 16 = 41 My prediction was correct. As well as finding a correct method of fi...

0 7 Net Bits 24 Host Bits
486 wordsOk, this explains sub net addressing which is useful if you run a scanner, a firewall, a router or anything else that is bound to IP sub net addressing. Note that this only describes IPv 4 sub nets. Reading binary values Normally, you read binary numbers byte wise (8 bit wise). Start at the last bit, bit 0. If it is 1, add 2^0 to your number, else add 0. Then the next bit, bit 1, If it is 1, add 2^1 (2) to your number, If bit 3 is 1 add 2^2 (4) to your number, if bit 4 is 1 add 2^3 (8) to your n...

2 Arrangements And A 3 Letter Word
1,015 wordsEmm as Dilemma In my investigation I am going to investigate the number of different arrangements of letters in a word. e.g. Tim Is one arrangement Mit Is another First I am going to investigate how many different arrangements in the name LUCY, which has no letters the same. LUCY LUC LYCUS LUC LC YU LC UY ULC Y UGLY ULC ULY C UCYLThere are 4 different letters and there are 24 different arrangements. SAM SMA MSA MAS ASM AMS There are 3 different letters in this name and 6 different arrangements. ...

X 2 N 1
944 wordsPierre de Fermat Pierre de Fermat was born in the year 1601 in BeaumontdeLovages, France. Mr. Fermat's education began in 1631. He was home schooled. Mr. Fermat was a single man through his life. Pierre de Fermat, like many mathematicians of the early 17th century, found solutions to the four major problems that created a form of math called calculus. Before Sir Isaac Newton was even born, Fermat found a method for finding the tangent to a curve. He tried different ways in math to improve the ...

Fractal Dimensions
1,540 wordsFractal Geometry " Fractal Geometry is not just a chapter of mathematics, but one that helps Everyman to see the same old world differently'.  Benoit Mandelbrot The world of mathematics usually tends to be thought of as abstract. Complex and imaginary numbers, real numbers, logarithms, functions, some tangible and. But these abstract numbers, simply symbols that conjure an image, a quantity, in our mind, and complex equations, take on a new meaning with fractals  a concrete one. Fractals go fr...

Run W 1 Min
620 wordsPatient's Name: Stacy D Date of Birth: 09/01/77 Sex: Female Height: 61" Weight: 113 lbs Resting Heart Rate: 58 bpm. Health problems or injuries: Previous lower back injuries. Medications that may influence heart rate: None. Risk of cardiovascular or orthopedic injury: None. Individual preferences for exercise: Jogging, swimming, hiking, mountain biking, resistance ball, free weights, yoga. Individual dislikes for exercise: Stationary bike, treadmill, some weight machines. Individual program obje...

John Napier John Napier
400 wordsJohn Napier John Napier was born in Merchiston Tower in Scotland, 1550. He was known as the "Marvelous Merchiston", a title received for his genius and imaginative vision in a number of fields. Napier studied briefly at St. Andrews University beginning at the age of 13. On his marriage in 1572, he was provided with an estate by his father, Sir Archibald Napier of Merchiston. He passed the remainder of his life as a land proprietor, devoting his free time to mathematics, invention, and theology....

2 Pairs Of Same Number
1,032 wordsFirstly we arrange EMM As Name. 1) E AMM 7) MEM 2) EXAM 8) MAME 3) MEM A 9) A MME 4) MEAN 10) A EMM 5) MME A 11) A MEM 6) MMA E 12) EMMA Secondly we arrange lucy's name. 1) Lucy 12) C yul 22) Yul c 2) Luc 13) Culy 23) Y cul 4) Lycus 14) Culy 24) Yluc 5) Lc uy 15) Cyl u 25) U cyl 6) Lc yu 16) Clu 7) Ulc y 17) Curl 8) Ugly 18) Yluc 9) Ucl 19) Y ucl 10) Uly c 20) Y clu 11) Ulc 21) Yl cu From these 2 investigation I worked out a method: Step 1: 1234Do the last two number first then you get 1243.124...

1's Complement Way 2's Complement Way Number
722 wordsCOMPLEMENTS INTRODUCTION: Basic binary digits are described as UNSIGNED values. This is because if you look at the string of bits (zeros and ones) there is no indicator whether or not this value is positive or negative. You must use an additional symbol "+" or "" to indicate the sign of the number. There are some types of number systems where you can determine the sign of number without using an addition symbol. You can tell whether it is positive or negative by looking at the bits. Such repres...

Use Of Imaginary And Complex Numbers
1,457 wordsThe History of Imaginary Numbers The origin of imaginary numbers dates back to the ancient Greeks. Although, at one time they believed that all numbers were rational numbers. Through the years mathematicians would not accept the fact that equations could have solutions that were less than zero. Those type of numbers are what we refer to today as negative numbers. Unfortunately, because of the lack of knowledge of negative numbers, many equations over the centuries seemed to be unsolvable. So, fr...

For The 2 D Pattern The Equation
1,564 wordsPlan of Investigation In this experiment I am going to require the following: A calculator A pencil A pen Variety of sources of information Paper Ruler In this investigation I have been asked to find out how many squares would be needed to make up a certain pattern according to its sequence. The pattern is shown on the front page. In this investigation I hope to find a formula which could be used to find out the number of squares needed to build the pattern at any sequential position. Firstly I ...

Known As Leonardo Fibonacci
633 wordsLeonardo Pisano, or better known as Leonardo Fibonacci, was born in Pisa, Italy around 1170. His father was Guglielmo Bon acci, a secretary of the Republic of Pisa and responsible for directing the trading colony in Bugia, Algeria. It was here that Fibonacci received most of his education. Some time after 1192, Fibonacci moved to Bugia with his father. His father wanted Leonardo to become a merchant there and arranged for his instruction in calculation techniques, especially involving the Hindu...

Bitmap Image Of The Number
268 words1.1 General Background: The human brain can easily recognize the number "2" in hundreds of different sizes and fonts. Computers, however, aren't as smart as people. The problem is that scanners produce bitmap images, which look like the one below. Word processors are not capable of editing bitmap images. So how do you convert the scanned images of your term paper into something that you can edit with a word processor? Bitmap image of the number "2" as produced by a scanner. The OCR software is d...
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