• How does light allow us to see color?

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  • Perceptron 3D plotted?

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    A perceptron with two input is seen in two dimensions x1 is the x axis x2 is the y axis but if we had another entry x3 the graph would be in 3D and x3 would be the z axis? And if we had thousands of entries as it is plotted?
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  • Do neuroscientists who believe in elbow room of free will consider infinite regress problem?

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    Infinite regress goes as follows You must have intentionally brought it about that you had the nature N, in which case you must have existed already with a prior nature in the light of which you intentionally brought it about that you had the nature N in light of which you intentionally brought it...
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  • SCIENCE FAIR?

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    Do you think red, blue, and green light bulbs affect the spoilage of food differently?
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  • Math Help!!! Please explain y = a cos b ( x ± h ) ± k?

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    The question just ask to explain thoroughly explain it what it means of how you would solve it.
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  • SCIENCE FAIR?

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    what 3 types of lights should i use to compare how light affects the spoilage of food?
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  • Will science ever generate low calorie food substitutes for normal high-cal tasty foods?

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    For example would it ever be possible to make an almost zero calorie cheese or milk or bread?
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