Ib Historical Investigation Essays

  • Ibs And Stress Essay

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    IBS was once considered to be a condition that occurred only as a gastrointestinal motility dysfunction. Research, however, has provided some insights into other underlying physiological mechanisms that occur when a subject encounters stress. According to a model proposed by Mayer et al., various stressors affect an organism by 1) permanent enhancement of stress responsiveness, which manifests as an altered autonomic, pain modulatory, attentional responses, and a sensitized glucocorticoid feedback

  • Investigation Plan

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    Investigation Plan File No. 15337 Date Requested Date Received A. The Sequence and Timing of Discovery To obtain police report by contacting police department Ask and view any photographs of accident scene Obtain the names of witnesses Talk to the investigating officer Source: Mayfield City Police Department Method: Request by person

  • Criminal Investigation Essay

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    CRIMINAL INVESTIGATION OFFENCE Definition * Crime: Crime is an act of omission or commission in violation of law forbidding or commanding it and for which punishment is imposed on conviction * Offence: An act or omission which is against the law and has been made punishable by law General Law: General law is applicable all over Pakistan. PPC 1890, with minor changes after islamization like Hudood laws, Qisas, Diyat etc is applicable in criminal law. Special Law: A "special law"

  • Ib Art Essay

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    Juan Gomez Section B: Through out this experience of IB art, I’ve been capable of understanding the limitless possibilities of acquiring information. In many cases I have struggled with procrastination and other variables that have affected my performance thought out the year. In the begging I intended to focus on architecture, and after my first art piece I considered changing my focus, but instead I gave it another shot thus creating a house for an astronaut. After a short period of time, though

  • The Investigation Essay

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    Hooper especially within this chapter demonstrates throughout the recount of ‘The Investigation’ of mate-ship within the police department and the preferential treatment of Hurley by his colleges, as well as the levels of police corruption whilst handling the investigation into Cameron Doomadgee’s death. Suggestions of evidence tampering, witness intimidation and the inappropriate assignments of Hurley's colleagues to investigate are present within this chapter as well as chapter to come. (consider

  • Historical Investigation Essay

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    Isheanesu Maponga Research Question: Leading to the Battel of Iwo Jima, what was the strategic value of this island to the Allies during the course of the Second World War? Word Count: A) Plan of Investigation Leading to the Battel of Iwo Jima, what was the strategic value of this island to the Allies during the course of the Second World War? In order to find an accurate answer for this question one must research and find out, what the current state of the Allied army and the Japanese

  • IB Historical Investigation Essay

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    How did Japan's economy after the Korean War Differ to that which the Americans had Intended to Create post World War II? December 19, 2002 Internal Assessment Word Count: 1994 words Internal Assessment A. Plan of the Investigation Question How did Japan's economy after the Korean War differ to that which the Americans had intended to create post World War II? Method of Jnve.~tigation After World War II, Japan was occupied primarily by American forces. The United States had several initial

  • Criminal Investigations Essay

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    syndromes. • Should agencies overload these investigators or provide additional investigators at the expense of other investigations? With the double and tripling of the average caseload in these types of crimes, agencies should provide additional support for the sex crime unit; not necessarily at the expense of other investigations, but in conjunction with other investigations. Some sex crime units have to and will pull staff from other units, such as the undercover detectives unit of some agencies

  • Historical Investigation Essay

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    and after WWI) lead to the Prohibition of the 1920’s? Interlake High School 22 March 2012 Word Count: 1518 Rigel Kuhn Mr. Stearns Period 3 A. Plan of Investigation The aim of this investigation is to evaluate how much effect the Anti-German sentiment of American citizens on the Prohibition movement of the 1920’s. The investigation will focus on the social movements of Americans, such as any groups or associations formed before the Prohibition. In addition, it will focus on German beer production

  • Mathematical Investigations Essay

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    Areas* Starting Points for Investigations 1. An inner triangle has been formed in the following figure whose vertices are the midpoints of the sides of the larger triangle. a. What relationships are there between the inner triangle and the larger triangle? b. If the midpoints of the sides of an arbitrary quadrilateral are the vertices of an inner quadrilateral, what relationships are there between the smaller and larger quadrilateral? c. Continue this investigation by forming inner polygons

  • 1500-Word Historical Investigation Report.

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    Essential vocabulary Andrew Miller 10/26/11 P.8 1. Alignment is the orientation of objects with respect to margins or each other (examples of alignment include left, right, center, of justified). 2. Analogous colors are colors that are beside each other on the color wheel (e.g. yellow-green and green). 3. Asymmetrical balance is the idea of balance where symmetry is created through the use of color and shapes. A few large shapes and darker colors can be balanced on the other side

  • Career in Ib Essay

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    on the basis of a written test, group discussion and personal interview. Separate tests are conducted by different institutes like CAT by IIMs, MAT by All India Management Association, XAT by Xavier Institutes etc. Besides, there are executive MBA (IB) programmes offered by some institutes which require a minimum level of experience. Career Prospects A MBA postgraduate in International Business can seek employment in public and private sector organizations. There are wide varieties of job opportunities

  • Job Investigation Essay

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    JOB INVESTIGATION PART 1 PART2 Weekly earnings|1570| Job prospects|Good| Main employing industries|/| Gender breakdown|/| Physical factors|/| Special requirement |/| What kind of organization might you work for?|Government, Biomedical company| Where would you work?|Outdoor, laboratory| Usual working hours? |8| Is the job physically, mentally, or emotionally demanding?|Mentally| What sort of people will you come into contact with during your work?|Other stuff| PART 3 Personal evaluation

  • Eco and Ib Essay

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    ib | Do I have the purpose statement as last sentence of first paragraph? | |Do I have the outline as a separate paragraph? | |Have I used present simple in the outline? | |Avoid “This paper will deal with…” use This paper examines, investigates,

  • Investigation Essay

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    her daughter Caylee. Casey was not going report her daughter missing until her mother Cynthia Anthony told her too, Casey lied to her mom saying she has not seen her daughter for about month, when really she saw daughter a few days ago. The investigation began and Sgt. John Allen was the lead investigator, Sgt. Allen start with property management at both residences of Casey and Zenaida. Casey claimed that on June 9th she dropped Caylee off at her babysitters apt. around 9:00 am and went to work

  • 1500 Word Historical Investigation Report

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    Sara Mandrell English IV Bronk, William (1918-1999) William Bronk is best known for his austere view of the world as well as writing style. His language—subtle, balanced in tone and diction, essential—is possibly the most distilled in all of twentieth-century American poetry. In addition, Bronk is always explicit visually and resonant musically. His work keeps alive

  • Malay Ib Essay

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     IB DIPLOMA PROGRAMME PROGRAMME DU DIPLÔME DU BI PROGRAMA DEL DIPLOMA DEL BI M07/1/A1MAL/HP1/MAY/TZ0/XX 22070185 MALAY A1 – HIGHER LEVEL – PAPER 1 MALAIS A1 – NIVEAU SUPÉRIEUR – ÉPREUVE 1 MALAYO A1 – NIVEL SUPERIOR – PRUEBA 1 Monday 14 May 2007 (morning) Lundi 14 mai 2007 (matin) Lunes 14 de mayo de 2007 (mañana) 2 hours / 2 heures / 2 horas InsTRUcTIOns TO cAnDIDATEs  not open this examination paper until instructed to do so. Do  Write a commentary on one passage only. InsTRUcTIOns

  • Historical Investigation Essay

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    Historical Investigation Korean War To what extent did the U.S Military Policies during the Korean War contribute to the No Gun Massacre of 1950? Veiled behind the forgotten war of history is the brutal massacre of an unknown number of Korean refugees around the village of No Gun Ri in central South Korea. This investigation will assess the correlation between U.S military policy, in terms of the movement of refugees during the Korean War

  • Investigation Essay

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    Reflection This haves been the most fun I have had with an English paper. It makes me be creative and descriptive. I wrote more than these pages and had a lot more idea but I had to cut it short or this paper would had ended up to be twenty pages. I had a massive amount of ideas. The project made me feel as if I had a connection with the authors and I had met them before. When I first saw this assignment for the very first time and the professor explained it to me I was lost. It took me a few

  • Ib Mli Essay

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    Musical Links Investigation IB Music Written by: Julien Altmann March 5, 2012 All elements of music are rooted somewhere in history. Rhythm, melody, tonality, all have their separate backgrounds in different parts of the globe, allowing for a variety of different types of music to develop throughout the world. Each of these types of music are associated with a culture, people, or geographical region, giving the music from each one of these things a distinct sound. Some regions have more differences

  • Investigations Essay

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    Intrusive Nature of Investigations All investigations are intrusive. After all, who likes people rooting around in their affairs, whether personal or business? From the point of view of the potential witnesses, and civil libertarians, it makes for a lot of nervousness. All Americans, to greater or lesser degree, have sensitivity to their actual, or perceived, civil liberties. Since the exact nature, extent and possible ramifications of the criminal activity being investigated are unknown

  • Criminal Investigations Essay

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    Criminal Investigations Today Nicole Kennelly Criminal Investigations July 23, 2011 I would argue that the major way in which our historic roots have affected modern criminal investigations comes in the way that the 4th, and to some extent 5th, amendments have influenced our system. These amendments were created because of the Founders' fear of intrusive government.  This fear of government is one of our major historical roots.  The amendments that came out of it have made it so that criminal

  • Investigation Essay

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    Investigation C. Thiessen Rasmussen College Civil Litigation &Procedure I James Starcher, J.D. April 29th, 2012 The purpose of the investigation is to obtain documents; a request by communication is often the most efficient means of obtaining documents. In a personal injury case, the plaintiff might supply authorizations for review of medical records. The paralegal might simply send the authorization to the provider with a letter requesting copies of the records by return mail. This method

  • Historical Investigation Essay

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    A. Plan of Investigation The plan of investigation evaluates how the Children’s March of 1963 affected the Civil Rights Movement as a whole. In order to determine the significance impact that the march had on the movement, sources will show that before the march the movement was weakening and falling apart and Blacks no longer trusted the movement leaders or the government anymore. The investigation includes the use of A Testament of Hope the Essential Writing of Martin Luther King Jr., and March

  • Investigation Essay

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    La secuencia IX para clarinete solo de Luciano Berio. Bibliografía recomendada: -Autori Vari. Berio. Acura de Enzo Restagno. Ed. EDT. Torino. 1995. -Autori Vari. Donatoni. Acura de Enzo Restagno. Ed. EDT. Torino. 1990. -Canone infinito. Lineamenti di teoria Della musica. Loris Azzaroni. Ed. Clueb. Bologna. 2001. -La música de Béla Bartók. Un estudio de la tonalidad y la progresión en la música del S. XX. Elliott Antokoletz. Ed. Idea Música. 2006. -New Directions for Clarinet. Phillip Rehfeldt. Ed

  • Investigations Essay

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    on her arm. The investigator now could have a possible M.O, the two cases in fact could be linked to the same perpetrator. 2) The concept of staging a crime scene is when the offender tries to make the scene look like something else than what actually occurred. ( De Laban, Juanna 2006 ) The offender may move the body to a different scene or clean particular places. An example; Lets say a boyfriend hits his girlfriend in the head with a hammer,in the living room, killing her. Then the boyfriend

  • Ia for Ib Essay

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    • Word Search Generator. (n.d.). A to Z Teacher Stuff. Retrieved March 16, 2012, from tools.atozteacherstuff.com/word-search-maker/wordsearch.php Appendix A Instructions/Script : We’re in IB psychology and we’re here to do a brief experiment for our psychology IA. : Pass out consent forms; if you want to participate, please read and fill out the bottom. Split the class at random into a few groups and others working on word searches

  • forensic investigation: investigation into a murder Essay

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    originally look for Hartsfield in the first place was because he had already been convicted of a robbery a few days after the murders took place and therefore he managed to evade the police by chance. This case shows the advancement of forensic investigation through the years and also shows the fragility of how some people are convicted of murders they didn’t commit. It has shown that through bad science many cases can lead to injustices. This is why even when using DNA evidence on must be aware that

  • Heart Rate Biology Investigation Ib Essay

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    Investigation on the Heart Rate Research Question: Does our Heart pump faster right after some sporting activity? Hypothesis: I personally think that our heart will speed-up its pumping rate after some activity, increasing its rate as you increase the amount of time for which you exercise. This is my theory that I invented basing myself on these scientific facts: The body/muscles needs oxygen to break down food and make energy and when you exercise you use up a major quantity of energy,

  • Historical Essay

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    For other places with the same name, see Lisbon (disambiguation). Lisbon roofs The capital of Portugal, Lisbon (Portuguese: Lisboa) has experienced a renaissance in recent years, with a contemporary culture that is alive and thriving and making its mark in today's Europe. Perched on the edge of the Atlantic Ocean, Lisbon is one of the rare Western European cities that face the ocean and uses water as an element that defines the city. Lisbon enchants travelers with its white bleached limestone

  • Historical Essay

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    Adverse weather conditions were nearly continuous and the result were starvation on a very large scale. Approximatley 10 to 15 percent of the population north of the Alps perished. Cold winters and floods threatened southern Europe. In 1343 a tsunami destroyed ports in southern Italy along with earth quakes and comets. Atleast a third and probably half of Europes population died from 1347 and 1350. The effects of the plague, famine and warfare had reduced the population to as much as two thirds.

  • Investigation Essay

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    Stephen Lewis Ms. Cooper-Williams Composition 2 1:10pm April 15, 2013 “Investigation” Susan Glaspell’s play, “Trifles”, is about an investigation over the death of Mr. Wright, a well-known man in the town found dead in his bed. In this scenario, a group of men are looking around the house and shed to find clues to blame Mrs. Wright who was the wife of the deceased fellow. Little did they know that the women were searching for clues differently by focusing on certain standards. With their judgment

  • Investigation Essay

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    Student Course Reflection Jonathan Thomas US/101 June 25, 2013 Gloria Bobbie I learned some good valuable material these last nine weeks. We talked about numerous of things and topics. That can be beneficial to all the students in this class. I am going to talk about Goal Setting, Time and Stress Management, and Effective Study habits. I will also talk about is getting a degree going to help me be successful in life and how can you use the tools and assessments in this class to help

  • Osmosis Investigation Essay

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    Osmosis Investigation Introduction Osmosis is the diffusion of water molecules across a partially permeable membrane, from a region of high concentration to a region of low concentration. The partially permeable membrane contains a series of small holes, allowing only water molecules to pass through. The glucose molecules are too big to fit through the membrane. As there are a greater number of water molecules on one side, there is a steady net flow into the other side with fewer water molecules

  • Ib Psych Essay

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    symptoms like facial twitching, & cramping. Reliability is the extent, which there is agreement and consistency between diff clinician’s diagnoses. Its high when they all agree on something using same system AKA inter-rater reliability. DSM IB system: 64% agreement ICD-10: .36 Own systems like the great Ormond street children’s hospital in London .88 Lack of reliability for traditional systems and increased reliability for localized and specific systems Cooper et al found that NY psychiatrists

  • Ib Art Handbook Essay

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    IB Visual Art Student Handbook Mr. Baldwin This Handbook contains LOADS of useful information 1. The Basics Students must declare to the school’s IB coordinator within a month of starting the course which option they will follow. Option A is for students who want to concentrate more on studio work. Option B is for students who want to concentrate more on their investigation workbook. During the IB course you will produce Studio Work: graded 60% for Standard Level A (SLA) 40% for

  • Investigation Essay

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    about the progress on filling the 8 vacancies that were advertised last month. She believes that they’ll have the new staff by about the middle of next month. It will entail the policy that they do not put officers on duty alone. She will order an investigation into why this is happening, if it is. She pleads for any information of where this has happened and would like feedback by the 28 th October 2013. 7. General Ms Vanda (Chair) reminds everyone to submit any reports or new agenda items a week before

  • Investigations Essay

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    RUNNING HEAD: CRIMINAL INVESTIGATOR ​​ 1 Criminal Investigator Strayer University ​The guidelines of conducting preliminary investigation for a criminal case are: proceed the scene promptly and safely, render assistance to the injured, effect the arrest of the criminals, locate and identify witnesses, interview the complainant and the witness, maintain the crime scene and protect the evidence, interrogate the suspect, note all conditions

  • Ib Theatre Research Investigation Essay

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    Chalana Perera IB Theatre HL 2 (Block E) Research Investigation How would Bhima's movements and facial expressions need to be choreographed in scenes 1, 9 and 10 of a traditional Kathakali performance of Kottayam Tampuran's "Kalyanasaugandhikam"? Introduction  (226 words) Kalyanasaugandhikam, also known as The Flower of Good Fortune, is one of the most important plays from the Kathakali repertoire. Written in the early 18th century by Kathakali legend Kottayam Tampuran, Kalyanasaugandhikam

  • Criminal Investigation Essay

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    Nothing matters but the facts. Without them, the science of criminal investigation is nothing more than a guessing game. Actions undertaken during crime scene investigation play a significant role in ensuring the resolution of a criminal case. A careful and a thorough investigation process are imperative in ensuring that there is no manipulation of the available evidence (Crawford, 1999). Crime scene investigators and other law enforcement agencies such as the police therefore have a chief responsibility

  • Investigations Essay

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    booklet, Accident/Incident Investigations, is designed to provide workplace parties with an understanding of their role in effective accident/incident investigations. It includes an outline for planning and the six steps involved in conducting accident/incident investigations. A sample “accident/incident report form” and a sample “accident/incident investigation form” are also included in this booklet. ACCIDENT/INCIDENT INVESTIGATIONS ACCIDENT/INCIDENT INVESTIGATIONS Sources of Information

  • Ib Case Essay

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    standard deviations of demand and delivery lead times in their process for ordering inventory. Every product will have a different volume of demand and therefore should be based on a sound analysis of market conditions, future forecasts and their historical data not heuristically. Tasty Treats can also increase their service levels if they decide to reduce stockouts by keeping or increasing the required amount of safety stock. Calculating the optimal inventory management practices using the service

  • Ib Psych Essay

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    Informed consent 3. Right to refuse or withdraw 4. How conclusive is genetics and expression ? 5. If you have an abnormal gene for a behavior does that mean you will exhibit the behavior? 6. Genetics and homosexuality 7. Eugenics? Released IB Questions (SRQ) (Define theory/ethic/method AND identify researcher(s) Date) 1. Identify two hormones and, using examples, explain their function in human behavior. 2. Summarize how one research method is used in the biological level of analysis

  • Historical Investigation Report

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    Bronk, William (1918-1999) William Bronk is best known for his austere view of the world as well as writing style. His language—subtle, balanced in tone and diction, essential—is possibly the most distilled in all of twentieth-century American poetry. In addition, Bronk is always explicit visually and resonant musically. His work keeps alive a New England poetic tradition, evoking nature and the seasons, winter most of all, and delving into the nature of reality or truth. These concerns were firmly

  • Ib Economics Essay

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    IB Economics: Reading questions pgs. 287-293 The possible advantages of a high exchange rate | The possible disadvantages of a high exchange rate | * Downward pressure on inflation: If the value of exchange rate is high the price of finish imported goods relatively low * Price of imported raw materials and components will reduce the cost of production for firms, which could lead to lower prices for consumer * Lower price of imported goods also put s pressure on domestic producers

  • Bibliography for Historical Investigation Essay

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    Bibliography * BBC (2011) ‘Rwanda: How the genocide happened’, BBC Africa, 17 May. Available at: http://www.bbc.com/news/world-africa-13431486 (Accessed: 22 July 2015). * Causes and Effects (no date). Available at: http://rwanda-genocide.wikispaces.com/Causes+and+Effects (Accessed: 22 July 2015). * GENOCIDE - RWANDA (no date). Available at:http://www.ppu.org.uk/genocide/g_rwanda.html (Accessed: 22 July 2015). * History.com (2009) ‘The Rwandan Genocide - Facts & Summary’, history

  • Investigation Essay

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    Investigation of the free falling of a paper tape Data collection serial number | distance,d±0.1cm | | 1 | 1.3 | | 2 | 1.5 | | 3 | 1.7 | | 4 | 2 | | 5 | 2.3 | | 6 | 2.5 | | 7 | 2.8 | | 8 | 3 | | 9 | 3.3 | | Data presentation Conclusion and evaluation Conclusion : According the above graph, We can find that the distance and serial number have the liner relationship. We can use the formula: gmax=0.275cm(0.02s)2×0.01mcm=6.875m/s2 gmin=0.225cm(0.02s)2×0

  • Ib Command Terms Essay

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    IB Science Command Terms!!! These action verbs indicate the depth of treatment required for a given assessment statement. These command terms will be used in IB examination questions, so it is important that students are familiar with the following definitions. Analyze Interpret data to reach conclusions. Annotate Add brief notes to a diagram or graph. Apply Use an idea, equation, principle, theory or law in a new situation. Calculate Find a numerical answer showing the relevant

  • Transpiration Investigation Essay

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    Transpiration Investigation Task: to investigate the effect of temperature on the rate of transpiration in a named plant • Transpiration is the loss of water by evaporation through the stomata from the surface of leaves. • Once in the xylem vessels, water forms unbroken columns from the roots through the stem into the leaves. • Water evaporates form the leaves - mainly from tiny pores from the underside of the leaf called stomata. This process is called transpiration.

  • Historical Investigation Essay

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    Emily Cornwell Mr. Costello IB History/Period 6 3 December 2010 Word Count: 993 Was the Rise of Industrial Capitalism in the Second Half of the 1800’s Good for the United States? Evidence: As the Industrial Revolution arose, a new system of industrial capitalism had transformed America. The rise of industrial capitalism industrialized America which changed the way people managed and controlled a business based on the ideas of large-scale corporations. With this new system, it both stimulated