P. 176 #1 – 5 Next day (for assignment grade): P. 177#6, 7, 9, 12 P. 178 #13, 14, 16-18 P. 187 #9, 11, 12, 17 http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Jack_the_Ripper http://www.casebook.org/intro.html http://karisable.com/skazjtr.htm http://www.crimelibrary.com/serial_killers/notorious/ripper/index_1.html http://www.crimelibrary.com/serial8/bathory/ http://vampires.monstrous.com/elizabeth_bathory_.htm http://gothlupin.tripod.com/vbathory.html www.ulliswelt.com/dateien/pics/Cachtice/Cachtice_en.html Enginerring Device Pin Device Pin http://www.hcnr.med.harvard.edu/visitorInfo/images/pd.gif http://www.chemistry.emory.edu/justice/chem190j/images/fig20.01.gif http://www.parkinsonsinfo.com/faq/ http://www.parkinson.org/site/pp.asp?c=9dJFJLPwB&b=71125 http://www.stayinginshape.com/3chsbuffalo/libv/i09.shtml http://elibrary.bigchalk.com/libweb/curriculumca/do/document?set=search&groupid=1&requestid=lib_canada&resultid=42&edition=&ts=8B745E637AA4FF5F8C4BEE1D55A5E0EA_1140534330967&urn=urn%3Abigchalk%3AUS%3BBCLib%3Bdocument%3B87093128 http://elibrary.bigchalk.com/libweb/curriculumca/do/document?set=topic&groupid=1&requestid=conquesttopic&resultid=2&ts=9226333317B914FA39F84110979730CA_1140705851107&urn=urn%3Abigchalk%3AUS%3BBCLib%3Bdocument%3B104313129 http://www.pdf.org/ http://www.everybody.co.nz/page-739c5513-d893-4cf3-adef-e712362fd9e3.aspx http://www.ezilon.com/information/article_15984.shtml Work Cited: "About Parkinson's Disease." National Parkinson Foundation. 2002. National Parkinson Foundation, Inc. Monday February 27th 2006. Bunch, Bryan. ed. Diseases Mumps-polyps. United Sates: A hudson group book, 1997 "Parkinson's Disease." Catholic Health System. 2005. Catholic Health System. Tuesday February 28 2006. Ruane, Christopher. "What is Parkinson's disease?" ezilon infobase. 2006. ezilon. Tuesday February 28th 2006. "What is Parkinson's disease?" Parkinson Disease Foundation. 2000. The Parkinson’s Disease Foundation. Tuesday February 28th 2006. Torphy, Janet. "Parkinson Disease." 391.2 (2004) 390. Elibrary Canada. JAMA. Preston High School, Cambridge, ON. 28 Feb. 2006 . Who gets Parkinson's? One person in every 1000. It mostly will be the older adults that will get parkinsons disease. Between the ages of 60 and 75 you have a 15% chance of getting parkinsons disease. between the ages of 75 and 84 the chances of getting parkinsons increases 30% Myths: Parkinson's disease may result from exposure to an environmental toxin or injury. In fact, there is no conclusive evidence that any environmental factor, alone, can be considered a cause of the disease. How patients can help them selves when they have parkinsons disease: Join a support group Regular Excercise Maintaining a healty diet A healthy Patient/Doctor relationship Taking part in clinical trials Having a chronic illness raises concerns about who we are (our sense of identity) and what we may face in the future. The patient is often concerned with: Will this interfere with work? Will this interfere with economic well-being? Will this interfere with roles as a partner, spouse, parent? Will this interfere with other relationships? Will this change privacy, autonomy, independence? Will this change the customary way of life now enjoyed? How quickly will the disease progress? Will I become an invalid? How will the disease be managed? Will adaptation be successful? How is Parkinson disease diagnosed? The process of making a Parkinson disease diagnosis can be difficult. There is no X-ray or blood test that can confirm Parkinson disease. A physician arrives at the diagnosis only after a thorough examination. Blood tests and brain scans known as magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) may be performed to rule out other conditions that have similar symptoms. People suspected of having Parkinson disease should consider seeking the care of a neurologist who specializes in Parkinson disease. Q & A SECTION Q How many people have Parkinson's Disease? A Parkinson's Disease is believed to affect approximately one million persons in the United States. Q What medications are used to treat Parkinson's Disease? A There are several medications available for managing Parkinson's Disease. These are used alone and in combination. These medications include Eldepryl1 Capsules, 5mg (selegiline hydrochloride), Sinemet2 (levodopa/carbidopa), dopamine agonists including Parlodel3 (bromocriptine mesylate) and Permax4 (pergolide mesylate) and others. Q Can Parkinson's Disease be cured? A While there is presently no cure for Parkinson's Disease, available medications control the slow decline in function and manage Parkinson's Disease symptoms quite effectively. Timer Car The role of flip-flops that we had in our car was to help make the flow of data smoother and easier by storing the previous output and then displaying that output when it was needed. Flip-flops take the output from the first gate and it transferees it into the second gate, then the output from the second gate goes into the first gate. Then they go out to their proper outputs, which would be usually two outputs, Q and Q. Here is an example of what a basic Flip Flop looks like RS Nand Flip-Flop The information movement all begins with 2 inputs, the timer and the switch. The switch gets turned on first when the power is on, then the timer chip will start counting. The data travels through each of the chips starting with the up down counter. The up down counter is a chip that can continually counting up or down as well as continually moving bits parallel. The up down counter is built with JK type Flip-Flops which means the up down counter will store when it’s low and activate when it’s high. up down counter Then the information gets passed through the outputs from the up down counter into the timer chip which then starts the count for how long the motor will run. The speed of the timer all depends on the second resistor. The timing and speed of the motor all depends on how fast the second resistor on the timer chip is going. Basically the second resistor on the timer chip practically runs it. Timer chip Then the output from the timer chip goes to the Nor chip which is a Personal Digital Assistants (PDA’s) Have you ever wanted a computer that fits in your pocket and that you can take out and hold in one hand well you use your other hand to play games, type up work, or make notes? Well that’s what Personal Digital Assistants or PDA’s can do for you, you can take them every where you go as well as use them to communicate with any other PDA or desktop and laptop computer any where in the world. Personal Digital assistants are a tiny version of a desktop computer that can survive on just over 3 hours of battery life when it is kept on. You can use your PDA anywhere and they are just as strong as a desktop computer. Each PDA has there own operating system as well as smaller versions of Microsoft Word, Excel, Internet Explorer, and also Outlook Express that you can buy. The processor can run between 15 to 200 megahertz and it can run on half a watt or less of power and it weight only 7 ounces. One of the benefits of owning a PDA are any work you make changes to is automatically saved, secondly your programs are available when you start up your PDA. Lastly you are able to make to-do lists, notes, appointments as well as calculations. One of the Problems of owning a PDA is that if you don’t have handwriting or Touch screen programs you can’t use it. Secondly when your batteries die in your PDA you will lose all of your saved work because there is no hard drive inside of it. Lastly there was a lack of communication between the facilities and the software that is now solved. Some Companies that currently make PDA’s are Black Berry, Sony, Palm, Nokia and HP. The prices for the Personal Digital Assistants can range between $99-$500. The more expensive you go the more power, more memory, as well as options you will get. In conclusion yes I would recommend getting a PDA if you are always out and about around the city or when you don’t have paper for when you need to take notes and such you can just pull out your PDA and take your notes or book your appointments. They are a great benefit to society and the help everyone out with the things that they will do on a daily basis. English Technology Report Personal Digital Assistants (PDA) By: Andrew Van Geutselaar Date: December 19, 2005 Teacher: Ms Cathcart Course Code: ENG 4C1-01 Table Of Contents Item # Item Page 1 Statement Of Purpose 1 2 Description of Technoloy 3 Benefits 4 Problems 5 Graphics 6 Recommendation 7 Glossary 8 Work Cited Personal Digital Assistants are tiny portable versions of a desktop computer and they are getting more powerful every year. (marshall, 236) Personal Digital Assistants or PDA’s benefit the user and the companies that are using them. It is beneifical because it allows the user to take noted, let them interact with their colleagues and the Internet. The problems are easy to figure out and some of them would be things like if your batteries die then you would lose all your work on the PDA, as well as they are unsafe to use well driving. (cormack, Internet) The Appearance of the Personal Digital Assistants The Appearance of the PDA’s can range from any color of the frame, most of the Standard colors are either silver or black, the screen on the PDA’s are touch screen’s so the color is a light green because it’s an LCD touch screen. (Marshall, 236) How your Personal Digital Assistants work Each one of the PDA’s run on different operating systems and some of those operating systems are (wikipedia, Internet): · Palm OS - owned by PalmSource, Inc. · Windows Mobile (based on the Windows CE kernel) - owned by Microsoft · Black Berry - owned by Research In Motion The PDA’s also have smaller versions of Word, Excel, Internet Explorer and outlook express to check your e-mail (Cormack, Internet). The processor can run between 15 to 200 megahertz, and it can run on half a watt or less for power (marshall, 236). Most of the PDA’s weigh around 0.2kg which is 7 ounces (groiler, Internet). The Benefits of Personal Digital Assistants The benefits of owning a PDA over a desktop computer are: (Marshall, 237) · The programs are available as soon as you turn on the PDA instead of waiting for them to load · When you make changes to your work files they are saved automatically instead of pushing the save button · When you turn off your PDA your data is still saved and this way you can hook it up to your desktop computer using a docking station, or straight to your printer using a USB or printer cable. The other benefits of owning a PDA are: (Carmack, Internet) · They allow you to store and retrieve contact information about anyone that you put in the PDA · They allow you to make to do list’s which will show up on the day that you made them · They also allow you to make notes and take notes which will be stored inside your PDA · They can track any appointments you set up inside them and they will remind you when the day comes that you have an appointment on that day · They will also allow you to perform any calculations that you may have just in case you don’t have access to a computer Problems with the Personal Digital Assistant’s Some of the problems that the PDA’s are currently experiencing or have had in the past is that the PDA’s rely on touch screen as well as handwriting technology programs that sometimes don’t work. If you do not have either program you cannot use your PDA. The PDA has no on board hard drive so you which means that when your batteries die inside your PDA you lose all of your work, but if you use a docking station you can save all your work to your desktop computer or print it right off from the printer. "personal digital assistant." Grolier Multimedia Encyclopedia. Scholastic Library Publishing, December 21, 2005. Problems: most of the PDA's when they first came out where to over priced, the handwritting software was horrable and it couldn't recgonize the pen that cam with the PDA as well as There was a lack of communications between the facilities and te software(groiler, Internet). "personal digital assistant." Wikipedia. Wikipedia, 2005. Answers.com 21 Dec. 2005. http://www.answers.com/topic/pda Current Popular PDA's (bullet the list!)(Wikipedia,Internet) BlackBerry hp iPAQ Pocket PC (Originally Compaq iPAQ until HP merged in 2002) Nokia Series60 Cellular Communicators Palm Pilot, Tungsten, Life Drive Mobile Manager, Treo and Zire Sharp Wizard and Zaurus Sony CLIÉ Tapwave Zodiac AlphaSmart Dana Dell's Axim GMate's Yopy Fujitsu Siemens Loox 720 Apple's Newton Glossary: LCD: Liquid crystal display; commonly used on the monitors of portable computers. light pen: An input device; a photosensitive pen that, when placed against a video screen and moved about, responds to the light images present. operating system A program that coordinates the variety of ongoing computer processes: loading, storing, and executing programs; input-output; time-sharing; networking. English Technology Report Personal Digital Assistants (PDA) By: Andrew Van Geutselaar Date: December 19, 2005 Teacher: Ms Cathcart Course Code: ENG 4C1-01 Table Of Contents Item # Item Page 1 Statement Of Purpose 1 2 Description of Technoloy 5054492 3 Benefits 4 Problems 5 Graphics 6 Recommendation 7 Glossary 8 Work Cited Personal Digital Assistants are tiny portable versions of a desktop computer and they are getting more powerful every year. (marshall, 236) Personal Digital Assistants or PDA’s benefit the user and the companies that are using them. It is beneifical because it allows the user to take noted, let them interact with their colleagues and the Internet. The problems are easy to figure out and some of them would be things like if your batteries die then you would lose all your work on the PDA, as well as they are unsafe to use well driving. (cormack, Internet) The Appearance of the Personal Digital Assistants The Appearance of the PDA’s can range from any color of the frame, most of the Standard colors are either silver or black, the screen on the PDA’s are touch screen’s so the color is a light green because it’s an LCD touch screen. (Marshall, 236) How your Personal Digital Assistants work Each one of the PDA’s run on different operating systems and some of those operating systems are (wikipedia, Internet): · Palm OS - owned by PalmSource, Inc. · Windows Mobile (based on the Windows CE kernel) - owned by Microsoft · Black Berry - owned by Research In Motion The PDA’s also have smaller versions of Word, Excel, Internet Explorer and outlook express to check your e-mail (Cormack, Internet). The processor can run between 15 to 200 megahertz, and it can run on half a watt or less for power (marshall, 236). Most of the PDA’s weigh around 0.2kg which is 7 ounces (groiler, Internet). The Benefits of Personal Digital Assistants The benefits of owning a PDA over a desktop computer are: (Marshall, 237) · The programs are available as soon as you turn on the PDA instead of waiting for them to load · When you make changes to your work files they are saved automatically instead of pushing the save button · When you turn off your PDA your data is still saved and this way you can hook it up to your desktop computer using a docking station, or straight to your printer using a USB or printer cable. The other benefits of owning a PDA are: · They allow you to store and retrieve contact information about anyone that you put in the PDA · They allow you to make to do list’s which will show up on the day that you made them · They also allow you to make notes and take notes which will be stored inside your PDA · They can track any appointments you set up inside them and they will remind you when the day comes that you have an appointment on that day · They will also allow you to perform any calculations that you may have just in case you don’t have access to a computer "personal digital assistant." Grolier Multimedia Encyclopedia. Scholastic Library Publishing, December 21, 2005. Problems: most of the PDA's when they first came out where to over priced, the handwritting software was horrable and it couldn't recgonize the pen that cam with the PDA as well as There was a lack of communications between the facilities and te software(groiler, Internet). "personal digital assistant." Wikipedia. Wikipedia, 2005. Answers.com 21 Dec. 2005. http://www.answers.com/topic/pda Current Popular PDA's (bullet the list!)(Wikipedia,Internet) BlackBerry hp iPAQ Pocket PC (Originally Compaq iPAQ until HP merged in 2002) Nokia Series60 Cellular Communicators Palm Pilot, Tungsten, Life Drive Mobile Manager, Treo and Zire Sharp Wizard and Zaurus Sony CLIÉ Tapwave Zodiac AlphaSmart Dana Dell's Axim GMate's Yopy Fujitsu Siemens Loox 720 Apple's Newton Glossary: LCD: Liquid crystal display; commonly used on the monitors of portable computers. light pen: An input device; a photosensitive pen that, when placed against a video screen and moved about, responds to the light images present. operating system A program that coordinates the variety of ongoing computer processes: loading, storing, and executing programs; input-output; time-sharing; networking. Paul Mauser ist im Juni am seibenundzwanzigsten, eintausend achthundert achtunddreissig in Obernof am Neckarge geboren. Er stard am neunundzwanzigsten Mai, eintausend neunhundertvierzehn in Obernof am Neckar. Wilhelm Mauser ist am Zweite, Nau, eintausend achtHundert vier und dreissig in Neckar geboren und starb am dreizehten Januar, eintausend achthundert zwei und achtzig Er war technisch er director und Hersteller von von deutschen waffen. Er Eickelt Zusammen mit seinem Bruder Paul Mauser vershiedene Schusswaffen. Die beiden en die Nadlegewehr. Die deutsche Armee verwandt dieses gewehr in eintausend achthundert ein und zwanzig. Im jahr ein tausend acht hundert seibenundneunzig die mauser Bruder herstellte das Masuer gewehr. Es war Deutschlands Anstwaort zu das franzöischen Gewher Lebel M1888. (diese gewehr ist sehr wahrosohein ho das erfolgreichste) schlagbolzengewehr von allen Zeiten In die jahre eintausend neunhundert neunundachtzig Paul Mauser erfinden die mauser kar-98. Diese gewehr herstellen verizehn million einheite in vollig und wahrend die welte kreige zwei bei der million einheite. Von die Jahre eintausend achthunder eineunzwanzig zu eintausend achthundert vierundachtzig Paul Mauser und er Bruder gewhont seine deslbe haupt mechanismus vor diese gewehr. In eintausend achthundert vierundachtzig Paul Mauser umvandekten die alte M/71 und drehen es hinen die M.71/84 gewehr. Paul Mauser erfinden die “achtundachtzig gewehr” und waffen die Prussia Schare mit es. In eintausend achthundert sechsundneunzig Paul Mauser Erfinden die Modell C Pistole zu diemarhet zu gewehr. After a 7-month trail period Paul Mauser designed the 98 rifle also called the Model 98, and it was approved in April on the 5th in 1989. The 98 rifle became the most important rifle for the German troops in the first world war. To this day just about 100 million 98 rifles that were made by paul mauser have been produced and sold world wide. Paul mauser died in 1914 just before the first world war broke out. words geboren = born wehtätig = working entwickelt = developed nadlegewher = needle gun war = was antworten = answer den franzosen = the french meisten = most erfolgreich = successful technisch = technical hersteller = manufacturer zusammen = together schusswaffen = firearms Binge Drinking Andrew Van Geutselaar Ms Snell ENG-4CI Due May 25th 2005 Did you know that over 30 000 students every year need emergency health care for alcohol overdose which was caused from them binge drinking and there were over 196 000 emergency room visits because the people who were binge drinking were also mixing there alcohol with drugs. (In The Know Zone, Internet) Also one out of every five teenagers has at least experienced a black out, which means that they couldn’t remember what they were doing earlier that evening or the day before. (Binge Drinking in Adolescents and College Students, Internet). But honestly people these are real facts that have happened and binge drinking is real because it is able to kill you from the alcohol poisoning you may get or it will kill any body your care about if you let them drink enough alcohol all in one day. Also you are able to end up going to the hospital from heart disease or from very shallow breathing. Binge drinking is drinking five or more drink for men or four or more drink for women, these drinks contain 12 grams of alcohol that is equal to12 ounces of beer also 5 ounces of wine. Binge drinking does a lot of negative effects to the body and to the body and to the people that you are around (Binge Drinking in Adolescents and College Students, Internet). Some of the long-term effects are birth defects, bone damage, brain damage also heart disease. Some of the short-term effects are hangovers, loss of consciousness, not able to make good decisions as well as choking to death on your vomit. (What is binge drinking, Internet). The people that are normally involved in binge drinking are normally your self unless you went out in with a group of people. Binge drinking is a social issue because people are dieing from the alcohol poisoning they are getting from drinking to much alcohol also there are a lot of minors binge drinking. In addition it became a social issue when people started to drink too much in short amount of time and got alcohol poisoning and ended up in the hospital. (What is Binge Drinking, Internet). Binge drinking has been around since before 1993 (Binge Drinking in Adolescents and College Students, Internet). Over the years there has been barley any changes they have made to stop binge drinking but that doesn’t stop minors from getting there hands on the alcohol and start to drink it (What is Binge Drinking, Internet). There are two sides to this report and they are to ban alcohol and to tell the public about the negative effects about binge drinking because everyone knows that there are no good effects to binge drinking. They are the people who want Binge drinking to be banned all in total everywhere because of the dangers it causes to the human body and to the other people around you. Most of the people who want the ban on binge drinking are people who have gone to college's or university's where they either took part in beinge drinking or does know what it feels like to be assaulted or insulted because they weren't apart of the binge drinking group. (Welchsler and Nelson, internet). Another reason why binge drinking should be bannged is because high school students who were beinge drinkers would be looking for colleges or university's with high binge drinking rates, so those students would fit in with the other students on campus (Binge Drinking in Adolescents and College Students, Internet). Most of the binge drinkers that do binge drink are all underage and 15 percent of those aged 12 – 20 were binge drinkers and only seven percent were classified as heavy drinkers which means that they drink less then the 5/4 rule (Binge Drinking in Adolescents and College Students, Internet). The majority of the people that do want binge drinking want to ban it on college and university campuses because that;s where the heaviest binge drinking takes place (Binge Drinking in Adolescents and College Students, Internet). Most of the people that hear the words binge drinking think that people drink a lot of alcohol in a long amount of time. Actually it is drinking a lot of alcohol in a short amount of time. There are some horrible long-term effects some very bad effects but there are no good effects to binge drinking. The horrible long-term effects of binge drinking are: birth defects, liver damage, heart disease as well as brain damage (What is Binge Drinking, Internet). The most serious effect is a fatal physical reaction. When people overdose on alcohol after binge drinking the brain doesn’t get enough oxygen and your grain will eventually shut down. The body’s functions that regulate you’re breathing and hear rate. (Binge Drinking in Adolescents and College Students, Internet). When people binge drink they are more likely to use any illicit drugs (such as Tylenol, marijuana, hash and crack) more often then other people who don’t drink (The NHSDA Report, Internet). Then you have schools with high binge drinking rates and the people that go to those schools who don’t binge drink are getting insulted, humiliated, pushed, hit, and physically assaulted. Then there are the few who will actually take care of the drunk of hung over classmate also the are a lot of students being interrupted well they are studying as well as 26% of women said that they have experienced some unwanted sexual advances that were made by drunk men. (Binge Drinking in Adolescents and College Students, Internet). When people who have been out binge drinking decide to mix the alcohol they have just consumed with drugs, well the drugs will double the effects of alcohol which can lead to heart attacks, shallow or slower breathing and death. Therefor in conclusion the facts all state that binge drinking is not a very good idea because of all the negative long-term effects, the short-term effects, the stats and lastly the reasons that people who want to ban binge drinking mostly from campuses. Purpose: To synthesis esters from alcohol’s and carboxylic acids combining Materials: See page 226 “Nelson Chemistry 12 College Preparation” Note: Alcohols are flammable Extremely (Concentrate acetic acid * fume hood Corrosive (Concentrated sulphuric acid. Procedure: See page 226-227 in “Nelson Chemistry 12 College preparation” Reaction 1 Reaction 2 Reaction 3 IUPAC name of alcohol used 1-Pentanol 2-Propanol Ethanol Structural formula ofalcohol used IUPAC name of carboxylic acid used Ethanoic Acid Ethanoic Acid Ethanoic Acid Structural formula of carboxylic used IUPAC name of ester produced Pentyl Ethanoate Propyl ethanoate Ethyl ethanoate Structural formula of ester produced Odour of ester produced Green Apple Motor Oil Nail Polish Remover A cataylist is something that is added to a chemical reaction to help speed up the process. The cataylist that we used was sulphuric acid, the cataylist was used because the class is only an hour long and there wouldn’t have been enough time to actually do the lab with out the cataylist. Analysis d) The evidence that we found that the esters are produced is the fact that there was a chemical reaction because the esters started to turn orange inside the test tube. In the experiment the chemical reaction was an insoluble because there were different layers that were visible and all of the colours were different. Conclusion In conclusion yes the conclusion was reached we were able to synthesis some of the esters from carboxylic acids. Questions for Class on Russia 1. What did the Russian’s build in the Middle of the Urals? 2. What was the percent of Vodka that soldiers drank on the battlefield? 3. Why did the Soldiers carry Vodka out onto the battlefield? 4. Russia is known as the land of ______ and ________ winters? 5. What is the day does the holiday the Day of Accord and Reconciliation happen on? 6. Russia is ____________ square kilometers. 7. Saint Basil's Cathedral is famous for the ______________ 8. Shrovetide occurs on the day __________ ash Wednesday which is the first day on the _________ calendar 9. How do they announce the coming of spring during the festival called Shrovetide? 10. For how many years was Russia known as the USSR? 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