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Sunday, May 15, 2011

Thought of the Day #20


ya i love my braddah :D


Tuesday, May 10, 2011

LOVE LIKE WOE :D

i just like that song. HEHEHE.

bye bye exams!

hello sony vegas, my flute, my uke and long long hours on the computer. ehe!



btwwww i'm planning on switching to tumblr xD any new link-name recommendations?

Friday, May 6, 2011

What Science Has Taught Me

Problem statement:
What are the effects of Christine's need for sleep on her will to finish her exam papers?

Aim:
To investigate the relationship between Christine's need for sleep and her will to finish her exam papers.

Hypothesis:
The greater Christine's need for sleep is, the greater her will to finish her exam papers.

Manipulated variable: Christine's need for sleep
Responding variable: Christine's will to finish her exam paper
Fixed variables: The pen used and the amount of brainpower supplied

Apparatus and Materials:
Christine, an exam paper, a clock, a Pilot 0.4 blue pen and a fan.

Procedure:
  1. The exam begins.
  2. Christine stares at the clock and calculates how much time she has left (to sleep).
  3. She spends about 1-2 minutes per question. Any longer than that she moves on.
  4. After finishing the whole paper, she returns to her unanswered questions. If she cannot figure out the answer even after 10 minutes, she randomly writes whatever she hopes the answer is.
  5. Christine finishes her exam.
  6. She stares at the clock.
  7. She is usually left with 30 minutes to an hour, or more.
  8. She sleeps the rest of the time away.
  9. The exam ends.

Observation:
  1. When Christine's need for sleep is stronger, she'll only spend 5 minutes on unanswered questions.
  2. She writes faster and more desperately when more sleepy.
  3. She is (usually) one of the first few persons with their heads on the table.

Conclusion:
The greater Christine's need for sleep is, the greater her will to finish her exam papers. The hypothesis is accepted.

Diagram: