Monthly Archives: March 2011

One Shot, One Kill: The Coriolis Effect – Lin Sen

In the now-classic Call of Duty 4 Modern Warfare, the only time you get to lay your hands on the sleek .50 Barrett M82 is during this scene – One shot, One Kill. Now, if you are familiar with the … Continue reading

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Alternating Currents – Lin Jiahuang

Introduction Current, in general, is caused by the net flow of charges in a certain direction. This net flow of charges is caused by the electric field. An electric field will accelerate charges and as charges are accelerated, they start … Continue reading

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Integration by Parts — Lee Ziyang

Description: This FOTW issue presents a shortcut to using the integration by parts technique to integrate stuff. While this technique is taught in JC2 H2 math, I think using the shortcut presented makes life easier. In this FOTW, we’ll first … Continue reading

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Induction Cooking – Cheng Tianran

What Is “Induction Cooking”? Cooking is the application of heat to food. Food being prepared in the home is very rarely if ever cooked on a rangetop except in or on a cooking vessel of some sort–pot, pan, whatever. Thus, … Continue reading

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