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When I had all my results recorded I had to design graphs to make my results easy to explain

Graph 1- Population / Number of services Graph 1 is a scatter graph which shows the trend in population and the number of services. The graph told me that larger populations had a larger number of services in most cases. This is mainly due to my hypothesis, which states that larger populations have a greater number of services. But in a couple of case my results were different. When I noticed the discrepancies I decided to include an r2 value which told me that my hypothesis was 95.7% accurate. For instance there is a town with population 774 and it has 19 services and there is another town with 554 and it has 30 services. This is where we have to...

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Technology In Photography And Design

The article is majorly aimed at explicating the assorted developments in the field of engineering with relation to picture taking and design. The developments involve how engineering was used in the yesteryear, the usage of engineering in the present twenty-four hours and besides in future. Alongside this, the article focuses on the development in the field of art and design on which the painters could come up with assorted sorts of images and the original work of their manus, and how they evolved from one phase to another through engineering. This article besides aims at explicating the major part of assorted creative persons and lensmans in their assorted Fieldss by usage of assorted plans and package. A major concern of...

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Impact Of Innovative Workplace Design Commerce

dvanced workplace designs are widely implemented and considered by office users in the Netherlands. For this research the definition of advanced workplace design is stated as a smarter manner of ( cognition ) working by an built-in attack of FM, REM, HRM and ICT direction that stimulates place- and clip independent and activity-based working within a differentiated workplace environment and that transfers the manner of leading and employeeship. Advanced workplace design is strongly related to corporate existent estate. Place- and clip independent and activity-based working in a differentiated workplace environment alter the possibility for office intensification and bespeak more flexibleness. Research done by Gibson and Lizieri ( 1998 ; 2001 ) indicates that although advanced workplace designs are widely implemented in...

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Introduction of Advanced Diploma of Multimedia Design

AMDT offers its pupils an academically incorporate, career-oriented chance to stand out in the field of Visual Graphic Communication, Multimedia Design, and Technology Training, Knowledge, Confidence… And that is precisely what we believe in and what we do. Academy of Multimedia Design & A ; Technology is a alone instruction supplier in Sri Lanka specialising in the industries of engineering, multimedia design and ocular communicating affecting web, print & A ; in writing, picture, 2D, 3D, sketch, sound & A ; music, e-business, e-marketing, life, etc. We deliver premium higher educational and vocational plans from Certificates through Bachelor Degrees. Keeping gait with the industry, we deliver first-class classs and produce pupils who are good successful in their industry and besides in their originative...

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Discus in detail how one area of design might add to the overall effectiveness of act 3, in Billy Liar

For our stage we wanted a thrust stage. We had the garden on the stage right and the kitchen on the stage left. The stairs cut in front of the kitchen blocking it from view. The hall was between the kitchen and the garden and the lounge took up all of the main stage going out towards the audience. We put the lounge at the front because most of the action, tension and main parts happen there. We chose to have the audience racked and the rows started at the edge of the thrust. This gave them as much view of the stage as possible. The stage was on a lot lower level then the audience. The first diagram I...

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Evaluation and Design Bexley College Tower campus

Bexley College Tower campus wishes to relocate to a more centrally located site, maximising revenue from the sale of the existing site. This feasibility study aims to explore the possible solutions and identify the most feasible option for redevelopment, maximising the revenue raised by the sale of the land and existing structures. The site occupies 3.11 Ha and there are three interconnecting structures, along with small car parking facilities. The site is in a residential area, next door to a school. Project alternatives The possible solutions of this project are evaluated and compared by the following criteria a) potentials to maximise revenue for the sale of the site for the college; b) benefits to the local community c) timescales for redevelopment Solution 1 - Tesco...

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The design and planning phase

With reference to the RIBA work stages explain how a designer and design team would produce a design from the clients initial brief through to start on site. A Designer and team will produce a design from the client's initial brief through to the start of construction, the client appoints an architect, through a chosen selection process like interviews. Once a designer has been chosen and all pre agreement procedures have been completed appraisal and briefing will commence. Appraisal, this is when a client's requirements are set by the designer through asking key questions such as, whether the clients existing building could be extended or adapted to suit his/hers requirements or a new build is needed, how large the budget is...

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Designing a Flexible Web-Based Reading Environment

Abstract Reading has always been a foundational element of one’s education. The ultimate goal of reading, however, is not limited to word recognition; the reader’s success lies in comprehension. Comprehending a text is undoubtedly a complex process and it is even more difficult for all learners to acquire self-regulating reading skills. A framework of how a web-based reading environment should be designed in order to meet students’ diverse needs and help them develop reading comprehension skills through processes that favor self regulated reading is outlined in this paper. The attempted synthesis is based on the main premises of Self-regulation Theory and the pedagogical approach of Universal Design for Learning, taking advantage of the new possibilities offered by digital texts and Web...

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