How does habernero rate on the scoville scale?
It rates higher than jalapeños but significantly lower than ghost chili
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Answer The original F-scale developed and introduced by Dr. T. Theodore Fujita was a damage scale for winds, including tornadoes, which was supposed to relate the degree of damage to the intensity of the wind. This scale was the result. The original F-scale should not be used anymore, because it h…as been replaced by an enhanced version. Tornado wind speeds are still largely unknown; and the wind speeds on the original F-scale have never been scientifically tested and proven. Different winds may be needed to cause the same damage depending on how well-built a structure is, wind direction, wind duration, battering by flying debris, and a bunch of other factors. Also, the process of rating the damage itself is largely a judgment call -- quite inconsistent and arbitrary (Doswell and Burgess, 1988). Even meteorologists and engineers highly experienced in damage survey techniques often came up with different F-scale ratings for the same damage. Even with all its flaws, the original F-scale was the only widely used tornado rating method for over three decades. The enhanced F-scale took effect 1 February 2007. . The Enhanced F-scale is a much more precise and robust way to assess tornado damage than the original. It classifies F0-F5 damage as calibrated by engineers and meteorologists across 28 different types of damage indicators (mainly various kinds of buildings, but also a few other structures as well as trees). The idea is that a "one size fits all" approach just doesn't work in rating tornado damage, and that a tornado scale needs to take into account the typical strengths and weaknesses of different types of construction. This is because the same wind does different things to different kinds of structures. In the Enhanced F-scale, there will be different, customized standards for assigning any given F rating to a well built, well anchored wood-frame house compared to a garage, school, skyscraper, unanchored house, barn, factory, utility pole or other type of structure. In a real-life tornado track, these ratings can be mapped together more smoothly to make a damage analysis. Of course, there still will be gaps and weaknesses on a track where there was little or nothing to damage, but such problems will be less common than under the original F-scale. As with the original F-scale, the enhanced version will rate the tornado as a whole based on most intense damage within the path. There are no plans to systematically re-evaluate historical tornadoes using the Enhanced F-scale. http://www.spc.noaa.gov/faq/tornado/index.html. To See the Complete Scale and comparison see this link.. http://www.spc.noaa.gov/faq/tornado/ef-scale.html. To Learn More about Tornados see these links. TORNADO INFORMATION http://www.srh.noaa.gov/jetstream/tstorms/tornado.htm http://www.spc.noaa.gov/faq/tornado/ http://www.nssl.noaa.gov/faq/faq_tor.php http://www.srh.noaa.gov/srh/jetstream/tstorms/tstorms_intro.htm http://www.srh.noaa.gov/srh/jetstream/tstorms/tornado.htm http://www.spc.noaa.gov/faq/tornado/ http://www.nssl.noaa.gov/faq/faq_tor.php http://www.usatoday.com/weather/tornado/wtfaq.htm http://library.thinkquest.org/03oct/00758/en/disaster/tornado.html http://www.hubbard.lib.oh.us/tornado/tornado_faqs.htm http://www.tornadohistoryproject.com/ http://www.nssl.noaa.gov/hazard/ Tornado Climatology http://www.nssl.noaa.gov/briefings/vol2_no3/new_findings.htmlTornados and El Nino / La Nina http://www.spc.noaa.gov/publications/schaefer/el_nino.htm (MORE)
On damage A rating of a tornado on the Fujita scale is determined by the severity of the damage the tornado does. It can only be determined after the storm has ended. For example, if a tornado appears in the middle of an open field that stretches for miles without civilization and dies before it… can destroy anything, it is considered an F0. If a small tornado appears in a town and destroys well-built structures it would be a higher rank than a giant tornado in the middle of nowhere. (MORE)
THE BASIC DIFFERENCE IS THAT THE ATTITUDE SCALE CONSIST OF OR A COMBINATION OF RATING SCALES DESIGNED TO MEASURE ALL OR SEVERAL ASPECTS OF HUMAN ATTITUDE TOWARDS AN OBJECT.
First of all, the concept of IQ was developed by either the German psychologist and philosopher Wilhelm Stern in 1912, or by Lewis Terman in 1916, depending on which sources you consult. Intelligence testing was first done on a large scale before either of these dates. In 1904 psychologist Alfred Bi…net was commissioned by the French government to create a testing system to differentiate intellectually normal children from those who were inferior. Thus the IQ scale called the "Binet Scale," (and later the "Simon-Binet Scale") was developed. Sometime later, "intelligence quotient," or "IQ," entered our vocabulary. Lewis M. Terman revised the Simon-Binet IQ Scale, and in 1916 published the Stanford Revision of the Binet-Simon Scale of Intelligence (also known as the Stanford-Binet). The following scale resulted for classifying IQ scores: IQ Scale Over 140 - Genius or almost genius 120 - 140 - Very superior intelligence 110 - 119 - Superior intelligence 90 - 109 - Average or normal intelligence 80 - 89 - Dullness 70 - 79 - Borderline deficiency in intelligence Under 70 - Feeble-mindedness Normal Distribution of IQ Scores 50% of IQ scores fall between 90 and 110 70% of IQ scores fall between 85 and 115 95% of IQ scores fall between 70 and 130 99.5% of IQ scores fall between 60 and 140 Low IQ & Mental Retardation An IQ under 70 is considered as "mental retardation" or limited mental ability. 5% of the population falls below 70 on IQ tests. The severity of the mental retardation is commonly broken into 4 levels: 50-70 - Mild mental retardation (85%) 35-50 - Moderate mental retardation (10%) 20-35 - Severe mental retardation (4%) IQ < 20 - Profound mental retardation (1%) High IQ & Genius IQ Genius or near-genius IQ is considered to start around 140 to 145. Less than 1/4 of 1 percent fall into this category. Here are some common designations on the IQ scale: 115-124 - Above average 125-134 - Gifted 135-144 - Very gifted 145-164 - Genius 165-179 - High genius 180-200 - Highest genius The Average On An IQ Scale The scoring of an IQ test is not the same for everyone, because age is used in determining a score. Intelligence quotient is determined by the "intelligence age" (I A) in relation to the chronological age of the person being tested. IQ scales can differ from each other (Americans use scales with IQ values above 200), but the mean value of most scales is an IQ of 100. This represents normal intelligence. Think you are smart? Well, if your IQ is 130, that puts you ahead of 98% of people, but recent research shows that a person's level of self-discipline has nearly as much to do with success as their IQ level. In other words, your IQ score is not the only requirement for success. (MORE)
The Scoville Scale is a measure of the heat level or pungency of chilli peppers; the greater number of Scoville units, the hotter the pepper. The scoville scale measures the level of capsaicin, the active principle that causes the heat. The scale ranges from the bell pepper with zero scoville units,… through jalapeno's with between 2,500m - 10,000 units, to the hottest chillies habaneros and scotch bonnets between 80,000 - 300,000. One of the hottest chillies was a Red Savina habanero with 577, 000 scoville units. In Februari 2007 the Naga-Bih Jolokia pepper cultivated at New Mexico State University have stood-up to testing, a specimen registering a staggering 1,001,304 Scoville heat units was officially acclaimed by the Guinness World Record as the new worlds hottest pepper. Naga Jolokia is nearly twice as hot as the previous holder, the Red Savina habanerp. Pure capsaicin is 16,000,000 units. (MORE)
There are a number of differing scales used to rate earthquakes depending on whether you are interested in their magnitude (the amount of energy released when they occur) or their intensity (a measurement of the amount of damage caused and severity of ground shaking in a given area). There are tw…o primary magnitude scales currently in use, the Richter (or local) magnitude scale and the moment magnitude scale. The Richter magnitude scale estimates earthquake magnitude based on the amplitude of seismic waves as recorded by a seismometer. The Richter scale is logarithmic and each single increment relates to a ten times increase in detected seismic wave amplitude and a 31 times increase in energy. The Richter magnitude scale was originally developed for deriving the magnitude of small and medium sized earthquakes (those with magnitudes less than 7) at epicentral distances relatively close to a seismometer station (less than 600 km). As such it is poor at resolving large earthquakes as it relies on the detection of high frequency seismic waves that have wavelengths which are shorter than the rupture lengths of large earthquakes. To attempt to improve the Richter scale for use in larger earthquakes and at greater epicentral distances, Charles Richter and Beno Guttenberg developed the surface and body wave magnitude scales. The surface wave magnitude scale derives magnitudes from the measured amplitude of Rayleigh surface waves at long distances. The Body wave magnitude scale is intended to be used to derive the magnitude of deep-focus earthquakes. Both scales are designed so that they produce magnitude numbers that are consistent with those from the Richter Local magnitude scale, and these improvements extended it's validity to earthquakes with magnitudes up to 8, however to measure earthquakes with magnitudes beyond this a new magnitude scale was required. This new scale was developed in the 1970s and is known as the moment magnitude scale and derives the magnitude based on an earthquakes seismic moment. This is a calculation based on the length of the fault zone which ruptured, the amplitude of the fault movement when the rupture occurred (the length and amplitude giving a rupture cross sectional area) and the elastic modulus of the rock mass around the fault zone. It was decided that the familiar logarithmic scale produced by the Richter methodology be maintained to allow direct comparisons to be made and so the moment magnitude is also reported on the familiar scale. Although more accurate at treating larger earthquakes the seismic moment and hence moment magnitude of an earthquake is more difficult to derive than the Richter magnitude and so initial estimates are most commonly made using the Richter scale. The common range of magnitudes and their relative effects are described below: Less than 2.0 : Micro - n ot felt. 2.0-2.9 : Minor - n ot felt, but recorded. 3.0-3.9 : Minor - felt, but rarely causes damage. 4.0-4.9 : Light - noticeable shaking of items, damage unlikely. 5.0-5.9 : Moderate - damage to poorly constructed buildings, unlikely damage to specially designed buildings. 6.0-6.9 : Strong - destructive for up to 100 miles across populated areas. 7.0-7.9 : Major - serious damage over large areas. 8.0-8.9 : Great - serious damage over areas of several hundred miles. 9.0-9.9 : Great - devastating damage in areas thousands of miles across. 10.0+ : Great - yet to be recorded. The intensity of an earthquake is currently most commonly measured using the Modified Mercalli Intensity scale. The scale indicates the perceived intensity of ground shaking based on the damage caused by an earthquake to buildings and infrastructure and the opinions of witnesses as to the severity of the felt ground movement. In order to attempt to quantify the Mercalli scale and decrease it's reliance on the subjective opinion of witnesses, the USGS also include data of measured ground accelerations taken from seismometers in the formulation of the Mercalli value. In Europe earthquake intensity is derived using the Macroseismic scale which is essentially a further modification to the Modified Mercalli scale but essentially works the same way and in Japan and Taiwan, the Japan Meteorological Agency seismic intensity scale is used. This again is similar in concept to the Mercalli scale although the values and descriptions of damage used are somewhat different. For more information, please see the related questions and links. (MORE)
Using rating scales like "social functioning scale" by Barbara Cornblatt, the "Global Assessment of Functioning" (GAF), "Social and Occupational Functioning Assessment Scale" (SOFAS) etc etc etc... there's tons.. google and you'll find lots more
All data does not have actual measurements or numeric values. Some data must be measured by observational changes only. In this case, a rating scale must be created so the visual observations can be graphed. Since you are comparing absolute values and not showing change over a period of time a BAR G…RAPH would be used. For example, to show how acids affect metals you would use a scale like: 1-No Change, 2-Slight Discoloration but no corrosion, 3-Metal showing sign of corrosion, 4-metal almost has a hole,5-Acid burned a hole in the metal. (MORE)
(I am answering the question assuming it can fairly be rephrased "How does an IQ of 106 rate/rank on an IQ scale") By definition, an IQ of 100 is "average". Therefore a score of 106 is slightly above average. More specifically, using the WAIS/Stanford Binet definition wherein a standard deviat…ion of 0.25 corresponds to 4 IQ points, an IQ of 106 roughly corresponds to a standard deviation of 0.38/0.39. What all that means is that an IQ of 106 roughly corresponds to a percentile rank within the population of about 65%, or, in other words, a person with an IQ of 106 is "smarter" than 65% of the population. By one accounting, the average college graduate has an IQ of 116 (and a percentile rank of 84%). (MORE)
For many years, this was the Fujita scale. In recent years, it's been upgraded and now referred to as the "Enhanced Fujita Scale"...It rates the severity of damage that a tornado caused from EF-0 (minor damage) to EF-5 (Extreme damage)
l Evaluate performance that not readily measure by testing. l Give more insight on how well/ often the child performed each task. l Structured and standardized. l Easy compared. l Encourages equality in treatment. l Impose standard measure of performance l Easy to use and understand. l Forces… teacher to make a decision. l Economical in cost and time. l Reduce rater bias and subjectivity by using standardized presentation of questions. (MORE)
The Mohs Scale of Hardness determines the hardness of minerals by scratching them with commonly found objects. The minerals are assigned a number which corresponds to their hardness; higher numbers indicate higher hardness.
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Advantages of the rating scales Graphic rating scales are less time consuming to develop. They also allow for quantitative comparison Many organizations use graphic rating scales because they are easy to use and cost little to develop. HR professionals can develop such forms quickly Disadvantag…es of graphing rating scale Different supervisors will use the same graphic scales in slightly different ways (YASIR) (MORE)
\nAnother method that can be used in conjunction with taking your pulse is the Ratings of Perceived Exertion (RPE). This is a subjective method that allows you to rate how hard you feel youâre working. RPE can be the primary means of measuring exercise intensity if you do not have typical heart… rate responses to graded exercise. These people include those on beta blocking medications, some cardiac and diabetic patients, pregnant women, and others who may have an altered heart rate response.\n. \nOn a scale of 0 - 10, rate how youâre feeling in terms of exercise fatigue, including how you feel both physically and mentally. You should be exercising between an RPE of 4 (somewhat strong) and an RPE of 5 or 6 (strong). Use the following table to determine the intensity level:\n. \n0 . . . . .Nothing at all\n0.5 . . . Very, very weak\n1 . . . . .Very weak\n2 . . . . .Weak\n3 . . . . .Moderate\n4 . . . . .Somewhat strong\n5 . . . . .Strong\n6\n7 . . . . .Very strong\n8\n9\n10 . . . .Very, very strong (Maximal) (MORE)
Class 1: child is completely uncooperative, crying, very difficult to make any progress . Class 2: child is uncooperative, very reluctant to listen/respond to questions, some progress is possible . Class 3: child is cooperative, but somewhat reluctant/ shy . Class 4: child is completely coope…rative and even enjoys the experience (MORE)
When one ponders upon the ever present entity known as reason, one may come. to believe that reason, in and of itself, exists throughout one's experiences, never failing. to indulge in all instances of turmoil, as well as gratification, that one may perceive.. Though this may be true, the effects… of using reason, and therefore "reasoning", upon. certain aspects of one's life, has the tendency of causing uncertainty in all situations. It. could be said that one uses reason so that to have the ability to exist in this present system. of things. The ability to enable reason to be a significant factor within one's life, though. at first seemingly benevolent in every respect, includes fallacies within that are. horrendous to a great extent. It would seem that reasoning upon any such item of concern. would have one to be quite wary, not allowing one's self to incorrectly. interpret any perception that might otherwise be taken for granted. It also seems that. reasoning upon such a vast topic as perception, though inevitable, should be of the. utmost concern in any and all situations.. When one is reasoning upon perception, it would seem that the necessity for one. to ascertain a viable view of what one perceives would be of the utmost importance. The. perception of one's self, which could be considered to be the absolute most vital aspect. within perception, would involve reasoning upon each and every influence that one's. perception of themselves has upon one's behavior, as well as one's thoughts. Even. though this may be true, it could be said that perception without reason would be. interpreted as only thoughts and images; those being what one perceives in one's. environment, as well as the thought process necessary for those images to be obtained. Theory of Knowledge Essay (cont.) David Mahalko. Evaluate the Strengths and Weaknesses of Reason Jan. 10. As a Way of Knowing Homework. Without these two aspects being together, the opportunity to interpret the perception of an. environment would cease to exist. It could be said that, through one's environment, one. has the possibility of proving without a shadow of a doubt that one does, indeed, exist. If. one were to believe that one did not exist in any way, shape, or form, then the. environment in which one would be able to interact with would cease to exist as well.. This would be from the fact that when one is interacting with an item of concern, one is. essentially stating that there is a correlation between the existence of one and that item.. Since one has the ability to interact with anything and everything, everything in this. existence would have to cease to exist as well. This would obviously inherit the belief. that there would be nothing in which to exist, causing a somewhat absence in the. meaning of the term existence as it stands today. The fact that one is able to interact with. one's own environment would therefore have one to reason that one is in existence,. causing such ridiculous bantering to cease to be. As true as this may be, the fact is that. when reasoning upon what one perceives within one's environment, one may come to an. incorrect conclusion as to the meaning of that item of concern. If one were to perceive an. instance in which a person had patted one's back, for example, it would be plausible for. one to interpret this action in multiple ways. It would seem that if one were to reason that. this action was of congratulations for achievement, one would have the need to be. thankful to that person. If, though, the person was, in all purposes, belittling one and. extenuating their dominance over one's self, one would therefore be misinterpreting this. case to the greatest extent. We can therefore conclude that one would have the crucial. Theory of Knowledge Essay (cont.) David Mahalko. Evaluate the Strengths and Weaknesses of Reason Jan. 10. As a Way of Knowing Homework. necessity of believing in what one perceives, as if one were not to believe in one's. perception, one's ability to reason upon it would be impaired.. Throughout one's travels, one may have the need to reason upon beliefs as a. whole, since beliefs are the foundations upon which existence lies. Reasoning upon. beliefs, though a riveting uncertainty in and of itself, causes one to question not only. what one believes in, yet what one believes to be true as well. In doing so, the ability to. reason as to why a certain belief exists could benefit one in many upon many ways,. inevitably leading to the strengthening of that belief. As a nature activist thoroughly. believes in the conservation of Earth's natural wonders, so is it that others believe in what. they are accomplishing, having no regards for any opposing views which may impede. upon that belief. Though this may be true, the fact is that if one were to use reasoning that. was not congruent with one's usual endeavors, one may scour the real reason as to why. they had held that belief in the first place, ridding themselves of a once precious and. beneficial ideology. In the case of ethical boundaries, as well as ethics itself, one's doing. away with such matters would cause the decimation of one's standard for living as a. whole.. The experiences in which one has the opportunity to perceive, though at times. seemingly insignificant, may indeed have a great amount of influence upon one's ethical. behavior and boundaries. It seems that as one learns from each experience that one has,. one also learns of the interactions that had occurred from a basis of another's ethics,. Theory of Knowledge Essay (cont.) David Mahalko. Evaluate the Strengths and Weaknesses of Reason Jan. 11. As a Way of Knowing Homework. causing one to reason upon rather or not that those ethical virtues were true to not only. that person's life, yet to one's life as well. This could be exemplified in the situation in. which one is standing upon a sidewalk and observes a car crash. One vital issue. of concern would be that one has never before observed such an occurrence is of the. utmost importance, causing the ethical responses of the other two within the two vehicles. to determine one's behavior when in such a situation. As the two drivers had interacted. with each other, their behavior would inevitable influence one's own. It would seem that. this inevitable example of one's ethical behavior and influence may have one to realize. that even though one's ethical behavior is vital for one to understand, the individual. moral principals that create such a behavior are of greater importance still.. Even though this may be true, when one reasons upon one's moral principles, one. may ponder upon how those certain morals had come to be. This would inevitable rise the. question as to rather or not one had obtained them through experiences and perception, or. as one had been taught them by others. It also seems that when one reasoned upon this. ever so baffling thought, one would eventually obtain a perception as to rather or not one. is defined by such morals. It would seem that this topic would lead one to ponder upon. what it is that influences those morals, and rather or not that one is morally stable. Even. though morals are perceived as the foundation in which one perseveres through time,. emotions have the tendency of influencing rather or not one stays true to those principles,. having emotions to be an enthralling topic of concern.. Theory of Knowledge Essay (cont.) David Mahalko. Evaluate the Strengths and Weaknesses of Reason Jan. 12. As a Way of Knowing Homework. Human Beings, as a whole, tend to state that emotions are a requirement. throughout one's life, always apparent in anything and everything that one does. When. one actually stops to think upon this statement, however, one may come to the conclusion. that reason and emotion are intertwined, each influencing one's thoughts. This would. inevitably lead to the question of rather one should depend more on emotion or reason to. guide not only one's thoughts, yet one's actions as well. As it were, emotions tend to. influence one's initial thoughts upon a matter, seemingly creating those individual. thoughts on its own. Reason, on the other hand, is used so that to decide how to act upon. a certain thought. As true as this may be, emotions at times overwhelm one's sense of. reason, causing one to act upon those initial thoughts instead. From this, one may dictate. emotion having the capacity of being expressed thought, while reason has one to do what. is rationally acceptable behavior. This would be an indication that as emotion is. expressed thought, reason allows for self-realization, which a highly sought for yet never. quite understood notion. It seems that such reasoning allows one to realize the extent in. which this factor has influenced history in its entirety, being a significant portion of the. cause of most events.. History, one of the most fascinating subjects that man has ever had the privilege. to not only be aware of, yet to study as well. It could be assumed that the only reason that. history is studied so meticulously is so that to understand and to reason upon the. development of societal manners; and, for some, to answer those painstakingly obscure. jeopardy questions that have the tendency to arise every now and again. Though this may. Theory of Knowledge Essay (cont.) David Mahalko. Evaluate the Strengths and weaknesses of Reason Jan. 12. As a Way of Knowing Homework. be true, it would seem to be quite for one to ascertain a true perspective upon any given. event unless one had witnessed it first hand, causing only speculation to occur. Many. obstacles have arisen that give haste to one in obtaining an accurate account of any event. that does not have at least the most simple of accounts to certify it. This would seem to. have occurred in this case of the city of Troy, which was depicted in the Illiad as a most. magnificent arrangement of structures. Though this may be true, the fact is that the. factual base upon which that this story lies is of a limited one at that, causing one to. reason if Troy had ever existed at all. It would seem that roughly a century ago, a. collection of structures were discovered near the supposed site of the legendary Troy had. once been, along with the seven different layers of civilization lain amongst the ruins,. which had been the amount of times Troy had been rebuilt. The only problem is that the. language that was used upon the ruins was of a sorts to difficult as of yet to interpret. It. also seems that language, being a vital use of communication, could be considered as the. absolute greatest tool to reason upon within any circumstance of consideration.. With the considerable diversity of languages that has been discovered to be in. existence, one may have cause to believe that it would be impractical to even attempt to. understand each and every culture which has existed, which is quite reasonable in and of. itself. Yet, when one ponders upon this, one may reason upon how it is that so many. languages have been able to develop; and, furthermore, that if there were an original. language in which all languages derive from, that without any a shadow of the doubt, the. existence of an underline common pattern amongst each and every language. When one. Theory of Knowledge Essay (cont.) David Mahalko. Evaluate the Strengths and Weaknesses of Reason Jan. 12. As a Way of Knowing Homework. reason's upon this, as does one with every situation, one may come to realize that if this. supposable conundrum were in some way "solved", then the understanding of each and. every language would be shelved in the library of knowledge.. As one analyzes how it is that one obtained such knowledge, one may realize that. vital role that reason had played within each and every aspect of knowing, hopefully. causing one to hold reason in high regards. It seems that the extent upon which that. reason is involved as a way of knowing not only has the capacity to befuddle whom ever. attempts to understand the concept, yet at the same time will allow one to comprehend. the intricate aspects of each and every situation which may occur. Even though this may. be true, one should not under any circumstances use reason as the sole means in which to. obtain knowledge, yet to be inundated along with each and every way of knowing. available. Through and through, the only logical way in which one could possibly. understand reason would be to reason upon the very area of discussion itself. (MORE)
It was a tornado. That's the only thing the Fujita scale is used to rate.
One is the Richter Scale. It measures magnitude at the epicenter, which is a point directly above the focus. The focus is where the slipping of plates begin. The Richter Scale rates earthquakes from weakest to strongest. The other is the Mercalli Scale. It measures what people felt and what happened… to objects. (MORE)
Branches are allocated to cadets on the basis of their qualification that they have acquired from their respective engineering/science college. These cadets have to select their branches online and then they will be called for service selection board on the basis of their calibre. There they will go… through various activities which will make them get selected for joining academy. In academy they have to go through various processes for getting officially allocated. (MORE)
What was the Haitian earthquake of January 2010 rated on the Richter scale and Moment magnitude scale?
The Richter or local magnitude scale of the Haitian earthquake has been reported as 7.2 . and the Moment magnitude as 7.0 (according to the U.S. Geological Survey, National Earthquake Information Center). Please see the related questions for further information about the Haitian earthquake and… it's magnitude and severity. 7.0 magnitutes (MORE)
Forrest Gump was panned by some critics and was even called a 'roach' of a movie by one. Others considered it, if not genius, as least 'magical' (Roger Ebert). But none could deny it's power to move an audience and it's enormous clout at the boxoffice. Tom Hanks must have been psychic when he refuse…d his regular salary in exchange for a cut of the profits. $70 million was far and away much higher than his standard $15-$20 million per picture. (MORE)
Below average or on the bottom side of average. Average is 100, and depending on the accuracy is off by 10 to 20 points.
Explain in your own words how you develop a behaviorally anchored rating scale. Each student should express the five steps in his or her own words. Those five steps are: 1) generate critical incidents; 2) develop performance dimensions; 3) reallocate incidents; 4) scale the incidents; and 5) dev…elop final instrument. A behaviorally anchored rating scale is a rating scale that is anchored with specific behavioral examples of good or poor performance. Because of the anchors, which are based on the dimensions of performance illustrated by critical incidents, a BARS combines the benefits of narratives, critical incident, and quantified scales. There are five steps required for developing a BARS. Each step is explained below. Â· Step 1: Generate critical incidents. In this step, people who know the job like supervisor or job holder are asked to describe specific illustrations Ø±Ø³ÙÙ ØªÙØ¶ÙØÙØ©of effective and ineffective performance. Â· Step 2: Develop performance dimensions. The people who know the job are then asked to cluster the incidents into a smaller set of performance dimensions and to define each dimension with a name. Â· Step 3: Reallocate incidents. Another group of people, who also know the job, should reallocate the original critical incidents. They will receive the cluster definitions and the list of critical incidents. They will then reassign each incident into the cluster they think it fits best. If the assignments made by the first group and second group match well, then that critical incident is retained. Â· Step 4: Scale the incidents. The second group then rates the behavior described by the incident as to how effectively or ineffectively it represents performance on the dimension. Step 5: Develop a final instrument. Six or seven of the incidents as the dimension's behavioral anchors Advantages: - Ratings are not easily subjected to different interpretations of raters. - It meets EEOC (Equal Employment Opportunity Commission) guidelines for fair employment practices, since job criterion for assessment are derived form actual job performance and are related to it. - Give easier a feed back to explain the rating to appraise it - Can be relative reliable Disadvantages: - Requires observational skill and proper determination of critical behaviors; inadequacies can lead to misleading data. - Compilation of critical behaviors takes considerable time and effort , and recording data also involve alert and constant observations (i.e. keeping logs) - Less preferable due to similarity to trait measures (MORE)
Yes, the Fire Sauce is around 500, and the others are weaker. Their Lava Sauce, used in the Volcano Tacos and Burritos is closer to 800 on the Scoville Scale.
Most scientists use a machine called a seismograph which has a pen on the end and moves when there is shaking from the seismic waves. It records the shaking on a rotating paper called a seismogram. The up and down lines you see sometimes are drawn by the seismograph.
UPF stands for Ultraviolet Protection Factor. It is similar to the SPF number on sunscreens, but it is used for clothing. 15-24 is Good, and 50+ is 'Ultimate'.
A credit rating estimates the credit worthiness of an individual, corporation, or even a country. It is an evaluation made by credit bureaus of a borrower's overall credit history. The rating bands issued by the rating agencies are grouped as follows: . 1. Prime Investment Grade 2. High Inve…stment Grade 3. Medium Grade 4. Speculative/Risky 5. High Risk 6. In Default. (MORE)
Naga Viper pepper [ capsicum chinense- Bhut Jolokia ] known as 'Nago Moricha' in Assam is rated as the hottest pepper at present with 1382118 -Scoville Heat units (SHU) on Feburary 25, 2011.
No, the two standard scales used worldwide are the Richterand the Mercalli: . Richter measures total energy release by the quake and is asingle value . Mercalli measures how the quake felt and the damage it causedat various sites, this gives high values near the epicenter andlower values furthe…r away To help distinguish them Richter magnitudes are given as a decimalnumber while Mercalli magnitudes are given in Roman Numerals. (MORE)
It is hard to find an exact rating for runescape, since different game rating sites out there have different ratings for it. The best way to find out a rating is to play it yourself.
The Italian frying pepper called Cowhorn is sweet to warm, 350-500with the skin and veins. The hot Cowhorn pepper ranges from2500-5000 according to a major supplier of that variety,Bonnieplants. That's the same range as hot cherry peppers.JalapeÃ±os have a range of 3500-5000.
No some may think disabilitys such as ADD ADHD and OCD effect IQ rating, but it dose'nt. I have ADHD and OCD and my iQ is one of the highest in the country it is 243 so if anyone needs answers to questions or help let me know my email is Brenton_krauth@hotmail.com my name is Brent krauth
As I am a fresher I dont know every thing I have learn so many things So I rate me 7.
The Richter scale is used to rate earthquakes, not hurricanes. Theearthquake that hit Haiti in 2010 was a 7.0. Haiti has been hit bymany hurricanes. We would need to know which one in order to givethe rating.
Tornadoes are rated on the Enhanced Fujita Scale. It runs from EF0 at the weakest to EF5 at the strongest. Tornadoes are assigned a rating based on wind speed estimates derived from damage.
According to the Janka Hardness Scale Acacia rates at 1750 lbs in a sq inch.
You will want to use product rating scales when you're trying todetermine what consumers think of your product. Product ratingscales are usually found online and in survey format.
A "ranking" is simply an ordinal number (such as 1st, 2nd, 3rd,...) that indicates a team's placement in a strictly non-quantitative sense. In contrast, a team's "rating" is generally a continuous scale measurement and must be interpretted on a scale by comparing it with other teams' ratings. For ex…ample, I can rank three teams as follows: (1) Team A, (2) Team B, (3) Team C. This tells me that according to my ranking criteria, A is better than B, and B is better than C. However, it does not tell me how much better. If ratings are assigned as (A = 9.7, B = 9.5, C = 1.2), then it is easy to see that in fact A and B are quite competitive while C is significantly inferior. A poll is fundamentally different from a rating. Polls typically result from the tabulation of votes. For example, each ballot in college football's AP poll is the opinion of one writer who should be #1,#2,#3, etc. So a poll is really a composite of many opionions or preferences. In contrast, a computer ranking is ... (MORE)
You use a checklist to determine the completeness of something. For example, I use a checklist of all the materials that I use in my seminars and workshops. I keep the checklist to ensure that everything I need is available and ready. You use a rating scale to determine the rating or level of som…ething. For example, during my seminars I use a rating scale to determine the satisfaction rating of my participants, the appropriateness of the topics, the presentation delivery, and of the venue. Participants rate the seminar from 1 to 10. A rate of 1 would mean that they are not satisfied. A rate of 10 would mean that they are very delighted. (MORE)
It rates hurricanes by their maximum sustained sustained wind speed. Category 1: 74-95 mph Category 2: 96-110 mph Category 3: 111-129 mph Category 4: 130-156 mph Category 5: 157 mph or higher
That's always a tough one, since everyone is different. My pain scale is likely a lot different than yours, and vice-versa. I've lived with high levels of pain for so many years that most of what I feel normally would likely be at least uncomfortable for most people, excruciating for others. The …easiest way is to chart it on scale, and I've added some links below to help you out. Figure that on the scale, Zero is no pain, and Ten is you're either climbing the walls in so much pain that you can't function or move, or you're screaming your head off. Of course not everyone reacts the same way to higher levels of pain. The key I use for a 10 is when a I get pain that's strong enough that it leaves me barely functional, e.g., unable to walk normally, move, eat, breathe, etc. Pain tolerance also increases as you experience higher levels of pain for longer periods, so the scale is relative to your own pain tolerance level. As I said, what's excruciating for some people is just an irritant to me or others. What you need to do is to think of the worst pain you've ever experienced, and note that as your "10" for the pain scale. Any other pain you experience, rate it against that. If you've never had any major injuries or pain, you're lucky, but everyone has some level of pain that they've experienced. Again, use your highest level of pain that you've experienced as your personal "10" for the scale, and adjust anything else accordingly. Later down the road you'll likely experience something worse, and that becomes your new standard for the upper pain scale, and everything else should be judged against that. (MORE)
The F-scale or Fujita scale was developed by Dr. Tetsuya TheodoreFujita as the University of Chicago in 1971. The highest rating onthe scale is F5.
Chili seeds range from 0 Scoville units to 16 million Scoville.The reason is that chili is a broad spectrum of peppers including jalapeno, which is only 2500 to 8000 Scoville.
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The Fujita (F) scale was originally developed by Dr. Tetsuya Fujitaat the University of Chicago. The current scale, the EnhancedFujita (EF) scale was developed by a large group of engineers andscientists working at Texas Tech University.
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