North America / East Coast Trip info?

North America / East Coast Trip info? Topic: The university of pittsburgh admissions
July 17, 2019 / By Brutus
Question: Hi, me and my friend are going to North- East Usa. Detroit- Philadelphia- Kitchener - Cleveland- Pittsburgh Here is my question: Im interested in videogames and computers, are there any good place to go related to these things? Like the head office of a big company (for example, in Philadelphia there is the head office of Google [it isnt true, just for example]) Because we already have some plans, but Id like to see some good places, maybe unique in the world, or in the USA..or really nice. Let me know :D More specific on computers and videogames?
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Alban Alban | 5 days ago
Case Western Reserve University in Cleveland is a leader in virtual reality. You might want to contact Lev Gonick, the university's chief information officer, to see if there's something to see on campus as opposed to in virtual reality. http://blog.cleveland.com/metro/2009/05/... http://admission.case.edu/secondlife.asp http://www.cwhonors.org/viewCaseStudy.as... http://blog.case.edu/case-news/2009/05/07/secondlifeannouncement http://muse.jhu.edu/journals/technology_and_culture/v049/49.2.berger.html#back Here's the future being designed and developed in Cleveland: http://www.businesswire.com/portal/site/home/permalink/?ndmViewId=news_view&newsId=20090630005632&newsLang=en Case Western Reserve is adjacent to Cleveland's University Circle cultural center and Cleveland's "Little Italy," which you might find entertaining. University Circle is home to one of the best orchestras in the world and one of the best art museums in the U.S., admission to which is free. Many consider the Circle's Cleveland Botanical Garden as also superb. Have you ever seen the Galleria Vittorio Emanuelle II in Milan? If so, you might want to visit the Cleveland Arcade, which was inspired by the Galleria and is one of the nation's architectural landmarks: http://www.thearcade-cleveland.com/index.php?option=com_content&task=view&id=45&Itemid=81 Cleveland's East 4th Street also is an acclaimed redevelopment project/entertainment district: http://www.nytimes.com/2009/07/08/realestate/commercial/08fourth.html Cleveland's West Side Market is one of the best remaining public markets in the U.S. Get there early. I suggest you read through the "Discover" sections of the Cleveland, Detroit and Philadelphia travel categories. You'll find many things to do in those metropolitan areas. Special places along your journey include Niagara Falls, Presque Isle in Pennsylvania, Cedar Point and the Lake Erie islands. Philadelphia also has one of the nation's greatest art museums. Here are fun things to do in Pittsburgh: http://onetanktrips.wordpress.com/2009/07/03/to-pittsburgh-to-ride-a-duck/ Pittsburgh's Carnegie Mellon University is renown for its computer science and robotics programs. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Carnegie_Mellon_University Apart from The Henry Ford attractions, here's the one thing that I would like to see in Detroit: http://onetanktrips.wordpress.com/2009/07/17/nose-to-nose-with-a-polar-bear/ Between Cleveland and Detroit, also consider stopping in Toledo: http://www.nytimes.com/2006/08/28/arts/design/28sana.html http://www.toledomuseum.org/Visit_GlassPavilion.htm BOL for a memorable and fun tour!
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Alban Originally Answered: A man walks 40 m north, then 70 m east, and then 40 m south. What is his displacement from the starting ppint?
if you assume a flat earth (map) then he will be 70 m east of his starting point (or, to put it another way, his starting point will be 70 m west of his current position) however, we live on a spherical earth.... If he started at the south pole, he will be back *AT* the south pole.... his starting point
Alban Originally Answered: A man walks 40 m north, then 70 m east, and then 40 m south. What is his displacement from the starting ppint?
The answer is 70m west, you see the thing is the man walks 40m north from his start point and then proceeds 70m east and then 40m south. Try to imagine this or even better you could visualise the situation by drawing a diagram, the three vectors for displacement form an incomplete rectangle which is completed by adding the 70 west vector which becomes your final displacement.

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Detroit...Henry Ford Museum and/or Greenfield Village and/or Ford Factory Tour...more gadgets, inventions, and displays than you can imagine: http://www.thehenryford.org/ http://www.hfmgv.org/village/index.aspx http://www.hfmgv.org/rouge/index.aspx Philadelphia...This historic city has many attractions from the Liberty Bell, Independence Hall, Seaport Museum, Edgar Allen Poe's home, to a prison tour: http://www.tripadvisor.com/Attractions-g60795-Activities-Philadelphia_Pennsylvania.html Kitchner...not much there but African Lion Safari in nearby Cambridge: http://www.lionsafari.com/ Cleveland...Rock and Roll Hall of Fame + Museum, and nearby Sanduski, OH for Cedar Point and its roller coasters http://www.rockhall.com/ http://www.cedarpoint.com/ Pittsburgh...The Carnegie Science Center...don't miss the USS Requin: http://www.carnegiesciencecenter.org/calendar/ http://www.carnegiesciencecenter.org/default.aspx?pageId=38 Duquesne Incline...132 tear old gadget that you ride: http://www.tripadvisor.com/Attraction_Review-g53449-d199154-Reviews-Duquesne_Incline-Pittsburgh_Pennsylvania.html
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Sybilla Originally Answered: NWS says that a storm is moving east and northeast but from what I see it is moving east?
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Sybilla Originally Answered: NWS says that a storm is moving east and northeast but from what I see it is moving east?
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