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Picture 2: "how much" - graph

  1. Picture 6: "why" - scientific chart
    So, we came to the last and rather large issue. "Why" is a universal key for solving problems. If we can answer the question "why" (why something works in a certain way, why one event occurs, and not another, why some things seem inevitable), then we can consider a significant part of our problem solved. Perhaps the details of the decision are not yet clear, however
  2. Charts
    In Excel, the graph is plotted for each data group in the sample, i.e., when you plot the line by line in the chart, there will be as many lines as the rows are selected. When you plot the graph on the columns of the lines will be the same as the number of columns. Excel charts, as well as histograms, are of three types, the first two of which have three types - normal, accumulated and normalized. Graphs of the first
  3. Loop graphs of ventilation
    The static loop P-V (the pressure-volume diagram, Fig. 4.15) is obtained with a large volume syringe and is used mainly for scientific research. Most of what is known about P-V loops is derived from this method. The most important advantage of such a P-V loop is that individual points of the graph are obtained by measuring the pressure and volume in the absence of a flow
  4. Part 2: "how much"
    Meanwhile, with Part 2, something very different is happening. If part 1 shows what an object represents, then the "how much" part measures how much: how much do we have, and how much? This seems to be little, but this is much more. ↑ In the segment "how much" is determined the number of objects that we see: four one, three others and many others
  5. Interpretation of the graphs characterizing the ventilation of the lungs
    If during the IVL the patient tries to breathe on his own (Fig. 4.8), then he is doomed to fight with the apparatus. Reducing the inspiratory time or, better still, changing the ventilation mode to such that the patient can breathe on its own even with forced inspiration is an option to remember. VIRAR and SIMV are examples of suitable modes in this case. When the yield is changed
  6. | SCHEDULE OF WORK OF THE OBJECTIVE-GYNEKOLOGIST OF WOMEN'S CONSULTATION
    In a month 165-167 h of work, depending on the number of days in a month. With a 5-day workweek, the working day lasts 7 hours and 30 minutes. I shift: from 8.00 to 15.30. II shift: from 12.30 to 20.00. Time is distributed as follows: taking 6 hours, patronage 1 hour 30 minutes. On account of the remaining time, the doctor provides reception on Saturday or public holidays. The number of visits per hour at admission 5,
  7. Step 2: answer the question "how much"
    After we identified the players and understood what they were doing, we went back to the documents to find quantitative data about each - something that would change the "how much". Having studied the masses of data, we decided that the first question "how much" that we intend to study will be related to the size of each company in terms of annual revenue. Here are the results of seven companies with
  8. How much should we eat
    The question of how much to eat, attracted the attention of many thinking men and women. But the answer was never given. The so-called scientists calculated our calorie needs. As I have already shown, this is a fraud. People are called to eat what appetite is calling for. But the appetite is created by habit and can be worked out so that it will require either little food, or very much. Excessive appetite
  9. How much can a person live
    Why do some people live longer than others? Are there "secrets" of longevity and can we use them? These questions are often asked not only by young people, but also by older people. A systematic study of the duration of human life began in the late 17th century, and the beginning was laid by the English astronomer Edmund Halley, the same one that Halley's comet discovered,
  10. Calories: to whom to how many?
    Once I saw one science film about a healthy diet, produced, it seems, by the BBC. The journalist asked passers-by the same question: "What is a calorie?", And no one could answer. Everyone said: it's something that is in the products. There are a lot of them in chocolate, but no one knew exactly what it really was. I admit, I also learned a scientific definition only when I began to be seriously interested
  11. Thomson Corporation and a price of several million dollars
    At the end of 2001, the consulting company, for which I worked, received a request from the largest at that time, the publisher of business information. Thomson Corporation, one of the largest Canadian companies, planned to enter the New York Stock Exchange and needed help in planning a brand strategy that would allow the mass audience to get to know Thomson **. * Information
  12. Well, how many times did the world
    Fable! What Russian ear does not get excited at the sound of this word! Ivan Andreevich Krylov, in the assembly of monkeys, bears and donkeys! It would seem that he has exhausted this gold vein so much that after him no one seriously wrote fables. Well, except, perhaps, Sergei Mikhalkov, but who knows those fables? But Krylov knows everything. But let us, after all, in order. As was to be expected, the inventor or
  13. Your pictures are "why". Theme and variations
    I. Simple truth Draw a simple "good enough" portrait, showing why visual thinking is a powerful way to solve problems. My decision is given in the appendix on p. 374. 2. Scientific Scheme Create a simple multifactor scheme that can illustrate one or two links between the following data sets: the proportion of participants in a typical business meeting,
  14. Picture 4: "when" = time line
    The suprachiasmatic nucleus measures changes in the light seen by our eyes and transmits information to the hypothalamus, which (besides many other functions) controls the performance of our biological clocks. Do you know that there is a part in our vision system that keeps track of whether darkness is coming around *? She uses this information to tell us when to go to sleep. If
  15. Your second picture "how"
    Flowchart 2. One click Arrange the elements in places so that they create a logical flowchart, and then record the resulting solution for the "how" problem. My decision is given in the appendix on p. 373. You can see that in this example we often use the concepts "if" and "then": if Tom is hungry, then we feed him; If we want to help the client increase its market share, then we should
  16. How many sources of energy and matter does the human body have?
    It is too early to speak about the creation of the prerequisites for the development of a complete theory of human nutrition, for a core has not been found that would allow to unite into the harmonious system countless untold data accumulated by biochemists, biophysicists, physiologists and psychologists. In my view, any theory of nutrition can be considered as such if it answers the main question arising from the very
  17. HOW MUCH DIFFERENT POISONS ARE NEEDED FOR THE CANCER OF CANCER?
    It is known that some cancer cells may be insensitive to individual cytostatics or, during treatment, they may develop resistance (resistance, resistance) to them. Stability can develop for several reasons: a change in the structure of the cell's enzymes or metabolic pathways in it, a modification of the assimilation and excretion of poison, etc. This type is especially dangerous
  18. Practice that allows you to create perfect pictures
    So, we are at the finish line. Having the basic tools for visual problem solving, we are ready to take the recording boards and pens and start working in the real business world. If you are worried about where to start, let me offer you the mantra that I wrote on the Post-it sheet of paper ten years ago and since then always keep in front of my eyes: I will use pictures whenever
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