Experiment Essay Examples

experiment using the DSS in exercise while the twelve were used as a control experiment. The fourteen were instructed as per the DSS and the diets that they were to feed on which were equal and similar as per the DSS (Soni, Bhatnagar And Sankhla 147). They were given the directives on the exercise to do on a daily basis for a month, and the result was to be confirmed on the decision to make whether to use the exercise or not. The decision support system is highly needed in the weight loss through the use of exercise since it gives the patient the directive on the type of exercise to do at a particular time. The patient is also restricted to specific meals when trying to do these exercises. Therefore...

experiment involved the use of a penny that was not washed in soap. The independent variable of the experiment is the penny that was washed using soap. The dependent variable for the experiment was the total number of water drops used on the penny. Null hypothesis There is no significant difference between the number of water droplets a soap-washed penny and a penny that is not washed-up can take hold before spilling. Work cited ADDIN Mendeley Bibliography CSL_BIBLIOGRAPHY Sharp, Kim a. “Water : Structure and Properties.” Significance,...

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Experiment Name Institution Date Competing values at Abu Ghraib prison and the Stanford Prison Experiment There was the abuse of the power at Abu Ghraib prison. U.S soldiers abused prisoners at Abu Ghraib prison located outside Bagdad in Iraq. The dehumanizing acts occurred when the United States led terrorism war (Blackwell, 2004). The soldiers staged humiliating sexual acts that initiated an outrage in the Arab world. In Stanford prison, the guards stripped prisoners naked, chained them, hooded them, failed to give them food and beddings. They locked them in isolated confinement and forced them to clean toilet bowls using bare hands. The prisoners received smocks in form of dresses to look...

Experiment The experiment aims to separate a mixture containing blue dextran, DNP-serine, and horse, skeletal muscle myoglobin, using gel filtration chromatography in which the molecules are separated based on their sizes. The other purpose of the experiment is to determine the relative molecular weight of DNP-serine. Principle of Test (Gel Filtration Chromatography) The gel filtration chromatography that is also known as the size-exclusion chromatography seeks to separate the molecules based on their sizes. The stationary phase is made of the porous beads that have a well-defined pore size. The stationary phase has a fractionating range meaning that the molecules can be separated by different...

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experiment are positive to the theoretical figures. However, due to several factors such as temperature change, interference with the plants, as well as poor environmental conditions among others. The use of fewer plants enables the deduction of correct results. It is of the essence to note that Gregory Mendel opined that a pair of allele contains genes, which are inherited in a dormant and recessive pattern. The more the plantation for the pea plants the more the chances of the occurrence of error. For instance, a windy day may lead to the destruction of the results since plant may fall or be diagnosed with the improper...

experiment was conducted in a manner that it allowed for both of the nodal circuit and mesh circuit methods of calculations to be used. The calculations methods here were Ohm’s law of current analysis and the Kirchhoff’s voltage analyses technique. There is no circuit that does not apply the methods of Ohm’s current law and Kirchhoff’s voltage law. From this principle, we realized that we could work with complex circuits as well. Hence, we are able to do works of designing very well. We also came up with equations which we solved using the basic mathematical formulas such as Cramer rule. When confirming the calculated values with those measured using the necessary measuring equipment of...

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experiment. Problem At this stage, the investigator needs to narrow down his or her observation to a simple question or questions that can be tested and answered. The question formed would then lead to the hypothesis or speculation of the investigation. Hypothesis The hypothesis is a statement that the investigator tests and then proves it either true or false. It is stated before starting the experiment, and the investigator should give an explanation why he or she chose it. It should be written down since it forms the basis of the experiment. However, it should not be changed even if the results turn out to be false. Science is not concerned about right or wrong, but coming up with an answer....