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 FILE DESCRIPTION PROPERTIES BOMBAY The total number of deaths in Bombay from a plague spread by rats during the period December 1905 to July 1906. Increasing, Sigmoidal DENECKE Paul Denecke, The University of Arizona, conducted the following experiment using a VCR equipped with a digital tape-counter. He put a tape in the unit, set the tapecounter to zero, and, as he started the tape playing, noted the time. He then kept recording the time and the number on the tapecounter. This data set was obtained in this way. It shows the number of revolutions - the number on the tapecounter - as a function of time in seconds. Increasing, Concave Up MEMORY The average percentage memory loss as a function of time. Decreasing, Concave Up PLAGUE Total number of deaths by the week from August 1665 to October 1665 during the Great Plague of London. Increasing, Sigmoidal PORSCHE The velocity of an accelerating Porsche 944 Turbo as a function of time. Increasing, Concave Down QCKSORT Average times to sort a list of various lengths using the Quicksort algorithm. Increasing, Linear SHAPE The volume of a vessel as a function of its height. Increasing, Sigmoidal TAPE Conduct the following experiment using either a VCR or a tape deck equipped with a digital tape-counter. Put a tape in the unit, set the tapecounter to zero, and, as you start the tape playing, note the time. Then record the time every 5 to 10 minutes along with the number on the tapecounter. This data set was obtained in this way. It shows the number of revolutions - the number on the tapecounter - as a function of time in seconds. Increasing, Concave Down WET The movement of the wetting front as a function of time. Increasing, Concave Down

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