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  1. Just another few random questions I wanna throw out there at you all, and they are: What music do you listen to currently? Does it change often? Did you used to enjoy something else, A LOT but it change, and why? Is there any music you haven't listened to because you think it wouldn't be for you? I'm currently enjoying some Hayley Westenra and similar artists along side a lot of remixed music by a YouTube producer. It's soft almost trance like and helps me keep calm when I got lots of papers to get done haha My music doesn't change often, but I do have a huge list or different music I like, I tend to listen to everything and enjoy it in one way or another. I use to listen to some rock bands when I was younger, but haven't for a fare few years as they're songs were all the same and rather depressing and I haven't got time for it, music is for picking me up and keeping me up What about you guys?
  2. Do NOT fear Izzy is here!

  3. Hello, I just want to point out that a question like this can be broken down, into a couple and you can yield some fantastic answers from books and the internet, that have some good examples and great definitions. You should bare in mind that there are a lot of ways to explain a wave and it's behavior, and this is simply because there are many different waves kinds to consider. Group velocity = velocity that the wave packet moves through the medium in question. Phase velocity = velocity that a single market node or anti-node moves through the medium in question. Signal velocity = velocity at which information carried by the carrier wave propagates through medium. This is usually equal to the group velocity, if the medium is linear for example. When asking if there is a difference between group velocity and signal velocity, it's some what like asking what the difference is between a single banana and a group of them! There is a difference, that's why they have a different name, it's just hard to see or explain unless you can visually show it to the person with animated illustrations, hopefully my description of them will help you see the difference. Either way, hope this helped.
  4. That's a good reply thanks Any form of learning is better with a good cup of coffee in my opnion
  5. Well I am sure they'll have a different answer too D: Then what do you do! haha
  6. Hey, I did look further into this as I was talking to my faculty boss today and had a few minutes to ask this, and it is something that I think the faculty have to concider... I thought it was D myself. I went and asked the faculty manager of the department her view on it and she gave a really good description of what and why they thought D as well, but, I forgot all the things she said. I think they used the word "personal" because they wanted you to see it, and use that or bare it in mind, maybe you could elaborate on your answer, and say "in once instance I think.... however if you looks at it from another point of view I think......" I could be wrong, again only my idea and another persons idea.
  7. Hi all I am looking for some examples online of any area of medicine that uses a data base (informatics) with some figures and proof that they use it, my search turns up either nothing useful or I get explained to me how Informatics is used in medicine, which I already know *sighs* Does any one know where I can some of these examples or actual data bases of the internet? they can be from any companies what so ever too. It can be on any topic related to medicine. I just need some samples for a teaching booklet :/ Thanks for any help any one can offer! Izzy
  8. I think it is because we have our personal opinions and we take in things differently Be interesting to see if we have much more variations on this though
  9. I have a similar issue, I feel when I am reading something and not communicate more directcly about it, I know I take it in, but if I was to....be asked to say it out half an hour later I would be stumped. If I was to talk about it for half an hour and asked a week later, I would think "Oh, I was talking about this" and more recite my own words any my own understanding and tend to get it spot on. Being forced to work though something, wouldn't do it for me I would explode under pressure! However I know for some the force is something that drives them and I guess that would be yourself Where you say you remember the formular, but the professor prefers to use, is that because you feel this one fits you and your working mind better? Perhaps your professor would prefer yours over his as long as it gets the right answer, the rest is childs play how you get there! Great reply, thank you I like your approach it reminds me of myself. I thought I was alone with my way of learning when I teach it, as most people I assumed ( and I shouldn't have...I've learned that now) would say: "I learn better by being shown what to do first/I learn better via, listening or watching" Thanks for the reply
  10. Hey I would have said for the question 15 something else, I don't say you're right I am wrong or vice versa. This is my opnion. 1: there is nothing wrong with, all companys do it and it is only calculations, so again this in my opinion wouldn't be registered. 2: is saying it will state details in a "personal" adress book, who's book is this? It could be someone who works here, but knows the people, so they have their adress, the use of "personal" needs to be explained further, who's is this "personal" book? From where I see it this wouldn't have to be as it isn't going to be shared and I think wouldn't have to be registered. 3: However I feel would have to be registered. Because it is personal details that are being used for company pay roll purposes. So as you see my answer to yours, would be... different to yours, whether that is right or not is something else, I am trying to shed the light you wanted, without giving a direct asnwer, as we're not suppose to in this forum, we can only assist. This is my view and what I remember from studying the data protection act, and my own thoughts on the matter. I hope this helps though.
  11. Well, I guess if it works for you then that's great, I will walk away from a practical issue (tests or anything I come across) until I understand it better and know I won't make any or as many mistakes (which used to happen often in chemistry as I'd power dive in to it!)
  12. I was just wondering this as I tend to learn more when I teach something to someone, I can be vocal and I prefer that way of learning and when you directly talk with another individual you're constantly learning new stuff as they input to you some new ideas and questions which interest you and push your mind further to learn more. I find I can recall more information this way then what I would be able to if I was answering a question paper. I never learn well from reading from a book, or the internet I never remember what I read. If I was to have a conversation about it, I'd be fine! So, I believe I learn more when I teach something. How about you?
  13. I'm glad I could have assited you in any way I managed too haha. You might like to look in to some of the equations used in science, they're alays good to know and can be fun challenges at times too. Have a good day!
  14. "The End Of Mr Y" ~ Science fantasy about going to different plains of existance, I've read it what...9 times now. I adore it.
  15. You seem to have taken to this well and understood it pretty well too, so I am sure in the end you will understand EVERYTHING John had to say, you'll have to excuse some of us...we get...carried away when we see something that we enjoy come up. But, I have faith in you and I am sure you've not far to go at all! Hope you do well and pass what you need to pass!
  16. I think, even if we cannot all get on together like you say it would still be a fun and interesting thing to venture into and I am sure we could have smaller parties involved so if some are on a different time line to others they can still be a part of it and not feel 'left out' I say lets do it!
  17. Respectively P = VI cos θ. is the maths calculation, you just need to input the correct values in the correct place. With asking you to find the power, they're simply asking you to find energy change, over time taken. Try working out what V is with the ohms, mH, uF and Hz taken away, that will give you V. Because the inductor is dependant on the frequency, and you haven't given either, I've put numbers where I can in the initial places and used capacitance and inductor equations to reverse my way around your question, but that is digging deeper into an area you're unsure of: engeering. So when looking at this, with my own examples: I try to balance it up, as you've not supplied ANY numbers at all that you said you were given, and 2 or 3 would have really helped a lot, with me giving an example. What I've been trying to do is subject my own numbers, but because there is a frequency and an inductor as well as capacitor those numbers don't have to be just ANY number they have to be very specific to the 6th decimal place, again hard as I don't start with anything. Could you supply your questions with the actual powers you were given? Just some additional info haha: A capacitor doesn't increase power as such, it builds a charge in a circuit (say circuit 1v) the capacitor works between to conductive plates and insulator I.e air, the charge builds on one plate (say again to 4v) and then discharges onto the other plate. This is useful in things like cameras with small batteries, the capacitor takes a charge and builds and discharges when you take a picture for the flash. This is what I am currently at, without your specific values The power P (in W) supplied to a series combination of elements in an ac circuit is P = VI cos theta , where V is the effective voltage, I is the effective current, and theta is the phase angle between the current and voltage . If V = 225 mV across an RLC circuit with a resistor ( R = 42.0 ohms ), an inductor ( L = 42.9 mH), a capacitor ( C = 86.5 micro farad ), and a frequency of 61.0 HZ, determine the power supplied to these elements . P = ........... mW Ahh that's as far as I can get with this and I hope it some how will help you.
  18. You really think he's working from the wrong definition of faith? Definitions are constantly changing with time, and people develop a new definition for everything they come across when what was being defined is studied more, understood more and people begin to develop a better understanding, I am sure there are new definitions of faith that more people would choose, the meaning of faith will forever be the same, I think. Are you really going to say someone is wrong? Because you prefer the definition from 3500 years ago? And, I do believe if you asked any one who has faith now, about it, they'd probably not be able to quote this one you are, because all faith has a simular meaning but it is defined differently by different people. As a wise man once said to me, you ask 8 people what faith is, you'll get 10 answers.
  19. A person who has Rh- blood doesn't have Rh antibodies naturally in their blood plasma as someone with another blood group may have, but they can develop Rh- antibodies if they are given blood from a Rh+ person. The person with the Rh+ blood has to be able to trigger the production of Rh antibodies, when given to the Rh- person. And, a person with Rh+ blood can revieve from Rh- with no problems at all. Hope that some what...helps a bit.
  20. Lepton you're asking very direct questions, which result in yes and no answers from who ever answers them, which rules out the whole point of this being a homework help question it does state "For assistance with (but not answers to) homework "problems. When Sodium is solid it's ions are being held in place, they can't move freely, and the formation of energy will be prohibited. I think that is all I can really say, so what do you know that happens when ions are able to move? Hm, hope this in some way helped. You should try a simple web search, as you will then find your own answers and very fast. There are going to be a lot of pages that will talk soley about Sodium Oxide.
  21. SFN hasn't changed much in the last year or two it seems, and it's nice to see some familiar faces still poking around in here :)

  22. Hello, did you get the rice/sound experiment I explained to you done? :P


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