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I have a project for my BC Calc class due tomorrow. We had to come up with a "creative" related rates problem and make a shoebox diagram for it. So, I'm asking you guys to solve it, so I know if I need to change anything. Here's the problem: A biscuit is being baked in an oven for 30 minutes. The unbaked biscuit has a radius of 3 cm and a height of 1 cm. The biscuit is being baked inside of a small oven, so its maximum height is 5 cm. As the biscuit bakes, its height increases and its radius decreases. At what rate is its radius changing, in cm/min, when the radius is 2 cm (assuming the volume does not change)? Also, there's an easier way to solve this that doesn't involve calculus, but don't solve it that way, please.
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"Probability time" Q: ABOUT 13% OF THE POPULATION IS LEFT HANDED. IF TWO PEOPLE ARE RANDOMLY SELECTED, WHAT IS THE PROBABILITY THAT A.) both are left-handed? B.) at least one is left-handed?
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Does Neil deGrasse Tyson come off as an elitist prick to anyone else? Really, i used to have far more respect for him, but then i watch a StarTalk where he interviewed Alan Rickman. He was making comments in response to Alan Rickman's difficulties with physics during his school years that would often culminate in something to the effect of, "So then you became an actor!". It was the delivery that rubbed me the wrong way, as if he was suggesting his own position as an astrophysicist was the only noble and respectable path or position, and others were comparably effortless and meaningless. His mentioning philosophers as "Wasting a lot of ink" and "distracting themselves" with issues also came off as asinine, as though he believes philosophy and science to be adversarial fields of study. Am i missing something, here?
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Hi /b/. I am taking this bullshit IB class "Theory of Knowledge" and I need to write 300 words about any of the following quotes: "You are not thinking. You are merely being logical" "The head is always fooled by the heart" "All generalisations are false - including this one". Which one is the easiest? Can someone help me analyse them? Thanks in advance.
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/sci/, how did early humans make yonaguni, Easter Island, pyramids, Nasca desert, etc? My brother is being a huge faggot about ancient aliens and I don't know how to refute him.
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Best foods for brain development?
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NOTE: THIS IS NOT A HOMEWORK THREAD, I am purely just asking is someone will check my work here before I go on and fuck the rest of the problem up (if my acceleration is wrong). I got an acceleration of -7.48 m/s squared for the whole system. Do I have a good start /sci/, any feedback is welcome. Thank you in advance.
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Hey /sci/, Is there a quick and easy guide to doing related rates and optimization problems? This is the only part of calc I struggle with.

Do fish have chins?

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Do they?!
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Hello Science & math Enthusiast I would like to tell you a little bit about myself. I Have dyslexia and An unknown learning disorder as well.It takes me hours upon hours to learn something new.Now i have common sense So here is the question,How Do people think that the world is gonna end in 2012. To me that is fucking crazy their is no science data anywhere that gives any reason to think that the world will end, How are people this dumb?

Biology is still science

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anybody wanna help a guy going through finals out? I've answered all but #3. Too lazy to do it. This is for 10 bonus points on my final exam. Much appreciated in advance. I'll bump with random stuff as I finish up some Maths homework.
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So /sci/ No doubt you've heard of the NASA attempting to make warp drive thing (first small steps). What does sci think? http://techland.time.com/2012/09/19/nasa-actually-working-on-faster-than-light-warp-drive/
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>Samuel Stanley, president of Stony Brook University in New York, will serve as chair of the US National Science Advisory Board for Biosecurity. The board has been enmeshed in controversity for recommending in December 2011 that two research papers on highly pathogenic avian influenza H5N1 be redacted for safety and security reasons, before finally voting in favour of full publication in March this year. Stanley replaces acting chair Paul Keim, a microbiologists at Northern Arizona University in Flagstaff. All current board members are to be replaced. From Nature, currently working through back issues, found this from Sept. Not sure what to make of it. Does anyone know anything about "Biosecurity"? I'd never heard of it before but it almost sounds as if there are firms behind the scenes 'protecting' us from scientific research... Is that true? If so, what the shit? Why?
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http://www.wired.com/wiredscience/2012/11/recent-human-evolution-2 The next time someone tells you modern medicine has slowed down evolution, tell them they're full of shit.
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How do you get a job in bioinformatics? Can someone major in CS and simply minor in genetics? Or does it require some kind of grad school?

Climate Change

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How do people still fall for the liberal climate change hoax? Co2 levels are going down, the earth is cooling, and droves of scientists agree that its a crock. What do you think /sci/?
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What if there are things moving faster than light, but we just can't see it, because there's no light being reflected off of it?
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Any fellow students? I have designed an Excel spreadsheet designed to calculate your predicted grade according to the current grades you have achieved and how many credits they were worth. I find its incredibly useful to track your course progress. Would anyone be interested in such an Excel sheet? I can answer any questions you have about it. >Has to be a course that consists of credits (e.g english courses) >Course has to have 10 or less modules.


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Could someone help me solve the following problem? 3^x=4x+3 I know it isn't Calculus or derivation but you have to start somewhere.
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How are all you first quarter/semester o-chem students doing out there? Top of your game? Middle of the pack? Struggling? I got my third and last midterm tomorrow, then finals coming up in a week. The stories are true: o-chem runs a big portion of my life nowadays. And holy fuck this week of studying has been an unrelenting barrage to drill resonance and SN1 SN2 pathways in my head. Obviously it's not conceptually difficult, but it sure is a fucking load to know. Pic related: My beloved textbook I spend more time with than anyone else. ;_;

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