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The Lab Report consists of a Cover Page (this includes the title of your report,

The Lab Report consists of a Cover Page (this includes the title of your report, your name, the college you attend, instructor, date you wrote the report, date the report is due), a brief outline
(highlighting the items your paper will cover and address – make sure this fills the whole page
and do not leave any blank spaces. Then, on page 3 and so on this is your body and conclusion
piece.
Please look over the Research Problems in your textbook on page 33. Try to use as many
resources possible to explain these concepts in greater detail. Remember to keep the format of Lab Experiment 1.
Answer the following questions:
1) Find five countries whose energy intensity is significantly greater than that of the United
States. Is there an obvious explanation for their greater energy intensity? Do any of these
countries have anything in common? (Note: You may find territories of the United States listed
as separate countries, but don’t include them in your list.)
2) China has undergone rapid industrialization in recent decades, and its energy consumption has
increased accordingly. What has happened to its energy intensity? Support your answer with a
table or graph.
3) Find New Jersey′s or USA per capita energy-consumption rate and compare it with the U.S.
average of roughly 10kW per capita. What are some factors that might account for any
difference?
4) Which of the U.S. or world energy-use categories in Figure 2.6 has shown the most significant
change in its percentage of the total over the past few decades? Support your answer with data.
5) France has pursued energy independence through reliance on nuclear power. Prepare a table
or graph like the ones in Figure 2.6 showing France’s energy use by category, and compare it
with those graphs.

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The Lab Report consists of a Cover Page (this includes the title of your report,

The Lab Report consists of a Cover Page (this includes the title of your report, your name, the college you attend, instructor, date you wrote the report, date the report is due), a brief outline
(highlighting the items your paper will cover and address – make sure this fills the whole page
and do not leave any blank spaces. Then, on page 3 and so on this is your body and conclusion
piece. Please look over the Research Problems in your textbook on page 33. Try to use as many
resources possible to explain these concepts in greater detail. Remember to keep the format of Lab Experiment 1.
Answer the following questions:
1) Find five countries whose energy intensity is significantly greater than that of the United
States. Is there an obvious explanation for their greater energy intensity? Do any of these
countries have anything in common? (Note: You may find territories of the United States listed
as separate countries, but don’t include them in your list.)
2) China has undergone rapid industrialization in recent decades, and its energy consumption has
increased accordingly. What has happened to its energy intensity? Support your answer with a
table or graph.
3) Find New Jersey′s or USA per capita energy-consumption rate and compare it with the U.S.
average of roughly 10kW per capita. What are some factors that might account for any
difference? 4) Which of the U.S. or world energy-use categories in Figure 2.6 has shown the most significant
change in its percentage of the total over the past few decades? Support your answer with data.
5) France has pursued energy independence through reliance on nuclear power. Prepare a table
or graph like the ones in Figure 2.6 showing France’s energy use by category, and compare it
with those graphs.

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Physics

Instructions will be uploaded later. Important Info

Instructions will be uploaded later.
Important Info

The order was placed through a short procedure (customer skipped some order details).
Please clarify some paper details before starting to work on the order.

Type of paper and subject
Number of sources and formatting style
Type of service (writing, rewriting, etc)

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The paper should include, but not limited to:  Title Page o Include the course

The paper should include, but not limited to:
 Title Page
o Include the course title, university name, personal information, and date of submission.
 Introduction
o Clearly state your hypotheses/purpose.
o Explain why you chose your topic.
o Describe the topic.
 Body
o Place the topic in context:
 How does it relate to/follow the scientific literature?
 Discuss the research article.
 What are the implications of the fundamentals of physics?
 What’s the physics aspect of your topic?
 Discuss your analysis.
 Discussion
o Did you learn anything from this project?
o So What?
 Why is this topic worth the audience’s/reader’s time?
o What does the future have in store for your topic?
 Conclusion
o What’s the take home message?
 References/Acknowledgements

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Physics

The paper should include, but not limited to:  Title Page o Include the course

The paper should include, but not limited to:
 Title Page
o Include the course title, university name, personal information, and date of submission.
 Introduction
o Clearly state your hypotheses/purpose.
o Explain why you chose your topic.
o Describe the topic.
 Body
o Place the topic in context:
 How does it relate to/follow the scientific literature?
 Discuss the research article.
 What are the implications of the fundamentals of physics?
 What’s the physics aspect of your topic?
 Discuss your analysis.
 Discussion
o Did you learn anything from this project?
o So What?
 Why is this topic worth the audience’s/reader’s time?
o What does the future have in store for your topic?
 Conclusion
o What’s the take home message?
 References/Acknowledgements

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Physics

The paper should include, but not limited to:  Title Page o Include the course

The paper should include, but not limited to:
 Title Page
o Include the course title, university name, personal information, and date of submission.
 Introduction
o Clearly state your hypotheses/purpose.
o Explain why you chose your topic.
o Describe the topic.
 Body
o Place the topic in context:
 How does it relate to/follow the scientific literature?
 Discuss the research article.
 What are the implications of the fundamentals of physics?
 What’s the physics aspect of your topic?
 Discuss your analysis.
 Discussion
o Did you learn anything from this project?
o So What?
 Why is this topic worth the audience’s/reader’s time?
o What does the future have in store for your topic?
 Conclusion
o What’s the take home message?
 References/Acknowledgements

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write about her backround and then more about her work in physics • Your target

write about her backround and then more about her work in physics
• Your target audience and your reason for this choice (10 points)
• The reason for your choice (10 points)
• The relevant physics principles described accurately in language that your target
audience can understand (60 points)
• The people and history behind the discovery/invention (20 points)
• Your target audience and your reason for this choice (10 points)
Reports should be typed in 11-point font and double-spaced with standard 1-inch
margins. Use figures as needed.

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Guideline: A 15-minute PowerPoint presentation (12 minutes for the presentation

Guideline: A 15-minute PowerPoint presentation (12 minutes for the presentation and 3 minutes for questions).
Suggested topics:
1. Generative Adversarial Networks
2.Long Short-Term Memory networks
3.Transformer
4.Article: discovering faster matrix multiplication algorithm with reinforced learning
You can use any one of the topics doesn’t matter. Make a powerpoint presentation.
Use the following textbook as a reference:
Data-Driven Science and Engineering,” by Steven L. Brunton, and J. Nathan Kutz, 2nd Edition.
A practical introduction to data-driven science and engineering and using machine learning to analyze experimental data and theoretical models in natural sciences. Provides contemporary skills valuable for careers in technology, including an introduction to MATLAB

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do not include the questions in the answers sheet do not use any information/sol

do not include the questions in the answers sheet
do not use any information/solutions from chegg, course hero or any other websites. and do NOT post the answers you will give to any online website.

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Guideline: A 15-minute PowerPoint presentation (12 minutes for the presentation

Guideline: A 15-minute PowerPoint presentation (12 minutes for the presentation and 3 minutes for questions). Suggested topics:
1. Generative Adversarial Networks
2.Long Short-Term Memory networks
3.Transformer
4.Article: discovering faster matrix multiplication algorithm with reinforced learning
You can use any one of the topics doesn’t matter. Make a powerpoint presentation. Use the following textbook as a reference:
Data-Driven Science and Engineering,” by Steven L. Brunton, and J. Nathan Kutz, 2nd Edition.
A practical introduction to data-driven science and engineering and using machine learning to analyze experimental data and theoretical models in natural sciences. Provides contemporary skills valuable for careers in technology, including an introduction to MATLAB