Transcript: Political Stability Strong GDP Growth Demographics Support Growth Strong Consumer Confidence Favorable to America Development Assistance U.S. Embassy Hanoi Presentation for Governor Kate Brown and Delegation Oct. 19, 2015 Agriculture Prosperity Political & Security Oregon Exports to Vietnam 2011 $278 million 2014 $538 million 7th largest export market; highest ranking of any state Five Reasons for Optimism Trade and TPP Mil-Mil Cooperation Outreach
Transcript: The Only remaining marbles are the red and clear the marbles travel on the conveyer until they reach the light sensor. The correct cup is then moved in front of the conveyor belt. Original Design Step One Marble Sorter The idea with the new design was to sort 5 different types of marbles mechanically This is done in 3 Steps: Original design consisted of all parts mounted on one vertical surface in theory it was supposed sort and weed out marbles as it traveled down the path Didn't work Having both motors running simultaneously without interfering with each other, was problamatic. Solution: A separate cortex for the other motor. The next step involves sorting the large pink marble. Because its significantly larger than both the clear and red marbles, a rail was made which the clear and red marbles fall through while the pink ones get caught. More Problems Redesign Step Two Problems The metal and plastic marbles are targeted here. A plate is placed with just enough room under it to allow metal and white marbles to pass underneath. they will go down a chute, and hit a metal flap The metal marble, which has more momentum, will push the plate and pass through. The plastic one wont. Step Three The motor is not precise, its slips a little when it stops. it needed to run really slow in order for the marble to actauly stop in front of the light sensor. The rubber gear, needed to move slow enough so that only one marble goes at a time. at a slow speed the motor does not have muc force. we needed a gear system to circumvent the gear from getting stuck.
Transcript: 1 m Marble is a metamorphic rock. 2 p b Y g X A Marble is commonly found in United States, states like Alabama, Colorado, Montana, Tennessee, Texas, and Vermont have Marble. B Marble is used as a building stone. It is used for its beauty in architecture and sculpture. What is Marble used for? C Chemical formula of marble: CaCO3 is the chemical compound for marble. It is known as Calcium Carbonate. It contains minerals like minerals, such as clay minerals, micas, quartz, pyrite, iron oxides, and graphite. F Crystal Structure Marble is a metamorphic rock that forms from limestone. When limestone is changing into a metamorphic rock it goes into marble through heat and pressure, it forms it's calcite crystals during this process. E The crystal structures look this. Through heat and pressure it gets its calcite crystals when turning from a limestone. The calcite recrystallizes to form a rock like this marble.
Transcript: STEM mind Suzan T. and Micheal A. power Ideas Student Academy Definition of STEM: - A student who works hard so that they can get into a great school and have a good career. Mission of a STEM Student - To be prepared for college a career matching their interest and skill level. Stem Academy Attributes Attributes of Stem students? - Academics - Hard- Working - Respectful - Responsible - Independent College What does a stem student need to get into college? - Good Grades - Great Work Level - Excellent Presentation Skills College? Some students aren't successful because they don't work hard enough. While others don't need STEM and College to be successful in life. Being successful is in the eye of beholder. Depends on the Child Does this determine Success? Colleges Careers What does a stem student need for a stem career? - Needs to be prepared. - Understands the material. - Knowledge on Science, Technology, Engineering, Mathematics. Does this determine success? it depends on what the person considers success, whether it be a happy family or a lot of money. Everyone is different, your success is determined by your morals and your enjoyment. -Compassionate -Understanding of people -Quick thinking Three categories - G. K. Nelson "Successful people are not gifted; they just work hard then succeed on purpose."
Transcript: How others felt about his work John Brown background Wh at he did to become famous John Brown was born on May 9, 1800, in Torrington, Connecticut. As a 12-year-old boy traveling through Michigan, John would witness an enslaved African-American boy be beaten, haunting him for years to come and informing his own abolitionism.Brown worked in a number of vocations and moved around quite a bit from the 1820s to 1850s, experiencing great financial difficulties. Brown also took part in the Underground Railroad, and eventually established the League of Gileadites. Brown met with renowned orator and abolitionist Frederick Douglass in 1847 in Springfield, Massachusetts.On the evening of October 16, 1859, Brown led a party of 21 men on a raid of the federal armory of Harpers Ferry in Virginia (now West Virginia), holding dozens of men hostage with the plan of inspiring a slave insurrection. Brown's forces held out for two days; they were eventually defeated by military forces led by Robert E. Lee. Many of Brown's men were killed. Brown was executed on December 2, 1859. http://www.biography.com/people/john-brown-9228496#harpers-ferry-attack John Brown
Transcript: By Kaushal Suvarna Teacher: Mr Fryer Due date: Thursday 21 september Subject: Year 7 Economics Entrepeneurs: Learning From Success Introduction This presentation is about my entrepreneurial idea (an app that tells you where you can purchase the best marble and is of good quality) and it should give you an idea of why you should purchase this app. I hope you enjoy this presentation! Marble app Marble app My entrepeneurial idea is an app that tells you where you can purchase the best types of marble from India and get them to wherever you live and you don't have to pay any delivery charge. Also, some people can't install them so I will also hire employees and train them to intsall the marbles, so that in the future the business would expand (or maybe even make robots and train them to install the marbles). one type of marble you can get using this app LOCATIONS Where you purchase the marble from using the app? Perth, Australia Agra, India Imports to Australia and then imports to wherever you want to it to go to Benfits The benefits of using this app is that the marble is a very good quality and has many other feautres like it will look stunning if installed at customer's place. Also, if you clean and mantain your marble that you purchase, you don't have to purchase new marbles for about 20 years using the app. Our marble is a natural stone hence, which means it's highly resistant to cracks and scratches which makes it last for longer. Another thing is that if you drop something hot on marble when your cooking, nothing would happen to it (including liquid spills wouldn't harm marble). Another benefit is that you can choose assorted colours and hues of the marble when you purchase the marble. Another good deal we offer is that if break or damge marble by any chance you have 5 year warranty. Opportunity The problem that I'm trying to solve is that marble is extreemely rare and I want solve that by selling them in an app which would give me a lot of money. Also, not only would it make me happy by giving me money, it would also make customers happy because it's extreemely rare and I'm also selling it for a reasonable price (along with free delivery charge), you get a 5 year warranty and you can get the marble from from anywhere you live. The benefit of learning about entrepreneurship is that you can choose a pathway of business and can also maybe choose it as career. It can apply to you when you want to start your own business and it can apply to you in school when you choose business as your ATAR pathway in secondary years. This assignment has taught me about the challenges and the journey of an entrepreneur. The advice I would give to readers is, to be a successful entrepreneur you need to have a goal, and always have to focus on that goal. It benefits us because we will have aim and there for gain determination towards that particular goal. Conclusion Websites: http://www.propaganda.net/skoleside/?stil=6547, https://www.entrepeneur.com/article/197526, www.telegraph.co.uk/technology/microsoft/windos/11817065/Twenty-years-ago-Microsoft-launched-Windows-95-changing-the-world.html, https://www.google.com.au/search?q=how+has+microsoft+changed+the+world&rlz=1C1CHBD en-gbAU748&oq=How+has+microsoft+&aqs=chrome.1.69i57j015.12005j0j8&sourceid=chrome&ie=UTF -8, http://www.borgenmagaine.com/bill-gates-takes-risks-nobody-else-will/ Dates used for all websites is: 7/09/17 Bibliography (FOR PART 1 AND PART 2) Bibliography (FOR PART 1 AND PART 2) Thank you for watching! Thank you for watching!
Transcript: 1984 Marble Track Skyler Heininger Overview Overview This track shows connections to both the book 1984 and modern governments. It does this by having the government of 1984 asking questions or making observations and the "player" of the track randomly chooses what way the marble goes down. Eventually, a decision will be made on what will happen to the marble(citizen) and their life will then be determined by where the marble ends up. Why I chose to make this Why I chose to make this This did not turn out as originally imagined and has some mechanical flaws but it still shows the original content and ideas. Final Product Final Product This track has a large connection to 1984, I will not go deeply in depth of it in this prezi. The connection is shown through results of the track, after putting marbles down different tracks at different routes. Connection to 1984 Connection to 1984 This would have a better connection to society but there are still some connections to our government. Connection to U.S. Gov Connection to U.S. Gov Since the questions show the control, and they are specific to the past and history of Oceania(which was manipulated by the government), they can be turned to relate to the United States, though the track will change due to the fact that we do not have confession. Control Control Making this, I ran into multiple troubles with the track and questions. Problems/Obstacles Problems/Obstacles
Transcript: Hypothesis What is Cellobiose? Mechanism of hydrolysis What is Mushroom? What we get in previous experiment Hypothesis We got standard curve! if pH get lower, the reaction rate increase! if temperature increase, the reaction rate increase Contents Group 2 김경한, 김규식, 유혁준, 정지우, 양윤후 Our research plan What we get in the experiment The handle part of the mushroom's enzyme concentration will be higher than cap part Mushroom Cellobiose is a carbohydrate that contains 2 glucoses with glycoside bond. y intercept Spore-breeding Fungi Some kind of it can be edible Has enzyme to hydrolize cellobiose Hydrolysis slope Our research plan Cellobiose seperate cap and handle part of mushroom extract enzyme compare reaction rate & pH and temperature Glycoside bond You can't eat this!!!
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