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    An Investigation on the Representation of Chris Brown

    This is an investigation on the representation of Chris Brown, his childhood experience of domestic violence, how he was portrayed in the media after his assault on his ex-girlfriend and his success after the alleged assault. Three texts are going to be examined, all from totally different view points. Text A is an article written […] More

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    An Investigation into Perceptual Set

    I carried out an experiment to research the idea of perceptual set which is an aspect of the top down principle of perception. I based mostly this experiment on a similar one conducted by Bruner and Minturn in 1955 who tried to show that instant visible and environmental context can impact notion of an ambiguous […] More

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    An Investigation Into the Effect of Chunking on Recall

    To retrieve reminiscence in STM we search via them 1 at a time in the order that we acquired each piece of knowledge for example if we view a pattern of 20 footage and are informed to proper each 1 down after viewing all 20 we are going to bear in mind the first 1s […] More

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    An Investigation into the model new transportable automobile jack

    A Comparative Investigation into the new moveable Car Jack (Quick Jack) versus Mechanical Car jack in Auto Racing in South Africa, within the twenty first century. INTRODUCTION The hydraulic jack is alleged to be a lifting system. It lifts the car off the ground, in order to be fastened. Dictionary (2019). This jack is usually […] More

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    Extended Experimental Investigation

    Abstract: Cold packs are based on the principle of endothermic reactions, which means a reaction that absorbs heat from the surrounding resulting in a temperature drop. Due to this temperature drop, cold packs have many benefits when it comes to injuries such as sprains and strains. It cools the local tissue and reduces bleeding, swelling […] More

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    Scientific Investigation

    Part I: Evaluate one experimental design. (10 points) Part II: Design your own experiment using the scientific method. (40 points) Review each scenario below, and choose one to complete for your assignment. Each scenario contains specific questions that will ask you to provide examples, explain your suggestions for improvement, and refer to the lesson. Be […] More

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    Investigation into Roles and Contracts of the Music Industry

    Scenario Your local paper has assigned you with a task to present them with information about the roles and contracts in the Music industry. Carry out an investigation that describes/explains/comments critically on the roles and contracts of one area of the Music Industry and deliver your results as a presentation to the class. Task 1: […] More

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    Crime Scene Investigation Case Study

    OBTAINING and RECORDING PHYSICAL EVIDENCE When it comes to identifying people that have committed a criminal act, the most positive means is through fingerprints. When we are born, our fingerprints stay with us until we die and our bodies start decomposing. To the human eye our fingerprints look the same, however, further investigation will show […] More

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    Criminal Investigation (Arson)

    What are the similarities and differences between an arson investigation and a bombing investigation? Arson is the intentionally setting of fires to property, persons, and vehicles. Bombing can be defined as the offense of using a projectile, or explosive weapon to cause alarm, panic, danger, or death. There are many similarities and differences between the […] More

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    Clovis lithic technology: Investigation of a stratified workshop at the Gault Site

    Environmental philosophies Introduction According to Martin (“Pleistocene Overkill”), what disproves the so- called “overkill hypothesis”?            – The loss of small animals, vertebrates, marine life, aquatic organism and plants, is not anywhere substantiated through fossil records; the records do not indicate the loss of organism mentioned above.             2. According to […] More

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    Homicide Crime Scene Investigation

    Criminal Investigation Introduction             On November 3, 2000, the dead body of a female was spotted along Old Annapolis road, Columbia. The body, which was later identified as that of Ashley Smith, was first spotted by two truck drivers, who immediately notified police officers. The first police officers arrived at the scene at 1051 hours, […] More

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    Investigation Completion and Analysis

    Evaporation is a process where liquid is converted to vapor with the purpose of separating it from a dissolved solid or from a liquid that is higher in boiling point in experiments or investigations on how to separate soluble solid in liquids (Holland, 2005). Evaporation technique was chosen for the experiment because it is easy […] More