# 2.5 Game 2302-0350 units and dimensional analysis  (Page 8/10)

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Compute, save, and apply the conversion factor f2

Following that, a conversion factor named f2 is computed that can be used to convert a value expressed in inches to the same value expressed in feet. Thisconversion factor is based on the known fact that there are 12 inches in a foot.

The factor named f2 is applied to the distance that is now expressed in inches converting it to a new value that expresses the same distance in feet(5280 feet).

Analysis of the units

//inch*feet/inch = feet

is an analysis that shows the units that will result from applying the conversion factor to the distance at this point. As you can see, the inchterms will cancel and the result will be in feet.

Compute, save, and apply the conversion factor f3

Following that, a conversion factor named f3 is computed that can be used to convert a value expressed in feet to the same value expressed in miles. Thisconversion factor is based on the known fact that there are 5280 feet in a mile.

The factor named f3 is applied to the distance that is now expressed in feet converting it to a new value that expresses the same distance in miles (1mile).

Analysis of the units

//feet*mile/feet = mile

is an analysis that shows the units that will result from applying the conversion factor to the distance at this point. As you can see, the feet termswill cancel and the result will be in miles.

That satisfies the specifications

That satisfies the original program specification. However, I mentioned earlier that if a conversion factor X can be used to convert from A-units toB-units, the reciprocal of X can be used to convert from B-units back to A-units.

Reversing the process

Continuing with Listing 1 , the comment that reads

//(pace/inch)*(inch/foot)*(foot/mile) = pace/mile

shows the units that survive from a product of the reciprocals of f1 , f2 , and f3 . As you can see, after canceling out inches and feet, the result of multiplying the reciprocals of those three conversion factors is a new conversionfactor that can be used to convert a value expressed in miles to a new value that represents the same distance expressed in paces.

That conversion factor is applied to the distance in miles producing an output of 2112, which unsurprisingly, is the distance in paces that we startedoff with.

## More substantive JavaScript examples

Assume that you drop a rock from a balloon at a height of 10000 feet above the ground, Further assume that the positive direction is up and the negativedirection is down.

What would be the height of the rock above the ground at the end of ten seconds? What would be the height of the rock at the end of twenty seconds?

An equation relating distance, acceleration, and time

As you will learn in a future module, the following equation gives the distance that the rock will travel as a function of time assuming that the initial velocity is zero . (The assumption is that the rock was simply dropped and not thrown .)

d = 0.5 * g * t^2

where

• d is the distance traveled
• g is the acceleration of gravity (approximately -32.2 ft/s^2)
• t is time is seconds

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how did psychology begin?
of psychologys commencement, the traces can be seen in the work of Aristotle, where he talk about soul and body, likewise work in durrant, de anima, all these were somewhere supporting dualism, in which soul could exist separately from body
amaan
but if you talk about the moder psychology, Gustav fechner, is credited with performing scientific experiments, basis of his experiments in psychology with his studies perception.
amaan
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Heba
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Mark
does psychology deal with love?
Maybe, i think
edem
I definitely would say yes
Clara
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Isaiah
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Meredith
there are so many different reasons why you can fall in love with someone, many of them develope subconsciously -> psychology
Clara
love messes with the brain, a lot, ergo I believe that Psychology does indeed deal with love
I would like an example as to what and how you think it deals with.
Tyler
how can I discover that this individual has a long-term memory and shot- term memory?
Namuaha
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Shonna
love as different feelings towards a person, an idea maybe , we can love an idea about a person or something so what am saying is that psychology doubtless deals and studies feelings wish love is one of
Johan
by testing his memory
Johan
psychology deals with love bcz basically psy deals with all kinds of feelings
Johan
love as different feelings towards a person, an idea maybe , we can love an idea about a person or something so what am saying is that psychology doubtless deals and studies feelings wish love is one of
Johan
what is synapse
In the central nervous system, a synapse is a small gap at the end of a neuron that allows a signal to pass from one neuron to the next. synapse are found where nerve cells connect with other nerve cells
Najeem
a synapse the connection is where a neuron cell connects to another neuron cell.
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so i cn even do this after ba hons in psychology?
Avneet
the only eligibility criteria is that you should have 50% of aggregate in your psychology papers. (bachelors)
syeda
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Avneet
you're welcome. glad it helped ^_^
syeda
To pursue a career as a psychotherapist you'll have to do your bachelors in psychology. (bsc honors is preferable). since there are many fields and you've chosen as a therapist. a masters degree in clinical psychology or therapy and family counseling is preferable.
syeda
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Avneet
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syeda
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is there any psychotherapist here? i need to know the qualification one hve to pursue.
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Shilan
Hey. I'm pursuing BA in Clinical Psychology
Aakarshan
the only eligibility criteria is that you should have 50% of aggregate in your psychology papers. (bachelors)
syeda
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Vhikkie
who is the father of psychology
aristatil
and please, how would you guys, describe the study of psychology at college ?
edem
psychologist student?
Aspen
i mean not yet but am about to start college so wanna know how is it(college in general and psychology course) please
edem
Psychology is the study of mind and behaviour. So if you will take psychology as a subject so you will get to know how your everything (physical, mental, social, spiritual aspects) effects your behaviour
sakina
With this brief knowledge you can help people to cope up with their problems and only you can guide them correctly
sakina
And if you go for further specialisations you can study hypnosis, face reading, body language etc
sakina
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@ Michael Drive is delivered to be innate without the use of an external stimuli, motivation normally evolves an outside stimuli which may include praise, appreciate, or reward.
Reginald
*believed...sorry for typo
Reginald
@Reginald, can't the motivation come from the inner self?
edem
Good question, please give an example.
Reginald
can we say desire of success for example
edem
Wilhelm Wundt is the father of psychology
ipau
Wilhem Wundt thank you for the road that you opened.
Qwanta
You mean who is the father of having a great educated argumentative guess? nothing is more wrong than this question. The question is you should ask yourselfs is, how sure are you abour their scientific studying? one's percieved assimilated approach to judging another person and saying they are
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Roger
no facts about human behavior in the scientific context, but more in the trial and error.. sorry to tell you, but so far no one has proven Father of anything, thats up to you and i, judgement is bias, science is good enough lazy
Roger
cognitive development is the growing and development of the brain.
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ipau
what's the big difference between prejudice and discrimination?
A prejudiced person may not act on their attitude.  Therefore, someone can be prejudiced towards a certain group but not discriminate against them.  Also, prejudice includes all three components of an attitude (affective, behavioral and cognitive), whereas discrimination just involves behavior
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cognitive development is the growing and development of the brain
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cognitive development is a science that studies the development of human being from pregnancy to childhood to adulthood to death _ human cycle life _ it study the wag we develop mentally and physically, behaviors and learning...
Johan
Prejudice has to do with the inflexible and irrational attitudes and opinions held by members of one group about another, while discriminationrefers to behaviors directed against another group. Beingprejudiced usually means having preconceived beliefs about groups of people or cultural practices.
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how do you control a variable when using spss whilst running a pearsons correlation analysis?
it dependa on your study. according to what you want to say and explain your result
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stages of cognitive development
sensory preoperatinal concrete formal
Rajendra
What's mental memory?
Namuaha
Memory is our ability to encode, store, retain and subsequently recall information and past experiences in the human brain. It can be thought of in general terms as the use of past experience to affect or influence current behaviour.
Shilan
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what is psychology
the study of insecurities and the effect on the host .
Sera
Psychology is the scientific study of behavior & mental processes
Angela
psychology is science about learning human behaviour
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behaviorosm
Khan
is the study of human behaviour and mental processes
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