## 1. Search the Internet to find a graph or table of values that shows how somethi

1. Search the Internet to find a graph or table of values that shows how something is changing over time. The data should be real measured data (not some made-up values for a math problem example or something), and should show something that is changing linear or exponentially. The graph or table should show data… Continue reading 1. Search the Internet to find a graph or table of values that shows how somethi

## Part 1 Introduction: Provide an overview of your research including the location

Part 1 Introduction: Provide an overview of your research including the location of the job, job title, and salary information. To research your starting salary, consider using the information provided at Salary.com and Payscale.com. Local government hospitals may also publish this information on their websites. If you plan on staying at your current location and… Continue reading Part 1 Introduction:
Provide an overview of your research including the location

## Part 1 Introduction: Provide an overview of your research including the location

Part 1 Introduction: Provide an overview of your research including the location of the job, job title, and salary information. To research your starting salary, consider using the information provided at Salary.com and Payscale.com. Local government hospitals may also publish this information on their websites. If you plan on staying at your current location and… Continue reading Part 1 Introduction:
Provide an overview of your research including the location

## I have two or three simple questions. I just want to discuss these questions and

I have two or three simple questions. I just want to discuss these questions and provide me with some ideas. I think it can be solved quickly in about an hour The first is if I have a normal flux matrix, such as dU/dt + A_x * dU/dx + A_y * dU/dy = 0. An… Continue reading I have two or three simple questions. I just want to discuss these questions and

## Research the separation axioms distinguishing T0, T1, T2, T3, and T4 spaces. Dis

Research the separation axioms distinguishing T0, T1, T2, T3, and T4 spaces. Discuss some interesting aspects of these spaces to include their subtlety. Note that it is easy to create a space that is not even T0, e.g. X = {a,b,c,d,e} with Ƭ = {∅, X, {a,b,d},{a,b}, {d}} where the points a ∈ X and… Continue reading Research the separation axioms distinguishing T0, T1, T2, T3, and T4 spaces. Dis