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Possible Solutions to the Youth Violence Problem - Possible Solutions to the Youth Violence Problem The birds are chirping, the sun is beaming down through the clouds, and you can hear the shrieks of excitement from the neighborhood park. Walking down the street, you envision raising your family on this picture-perfect street. As the vision becomes more and more detailed, however, the shot of a gun rings out from the distance. You duck behind a parked car, wondering where the bullet came from and why. Looking around, you are shocked to see a group of adolescents standing around another child, this one laying lifeless on the ground....   [tags: Solutions Essays] 1546 words
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Poverty and Diseases in Sub-Saharan African Countries: Local and Global Solutions - ... Neil Gilbert in his article, What Poverty Means, defines poverty as, "a level of subsistence that barely afforded sufficient food, lodging and clothing (85)." FAO states that around 870 million people out of the 7.1 billion in the world, or one in eight, were suffering from chronic undernourishment in 2010-2012; where in Tanzania, nearly 70% of the population suffered from poverty in 2008, and the chronic undernourishment percentage has risen from 32% to 39% between 2008 and 2012 ("The State of Food Insecurity in the World" 32)....   [tags: under-development, factors and solutions]
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Solutions to the Underage Drinking Problem - Solutions to the Underage Drinking Problem As more and more innocent lives are taken by accidents involving alcohol, it's no wonder why the drinking age is enforced. Consumption of alcohol doesn't just pertain to drinking and driving but is also involved in teen deaths such as suicide, homicide, and other accidents including drowning. Last year, 224 Texans under the age of 21 died in traffic accidents caused by drunken drivers. How well is it being enforced though. A Gallup Youth Survey taken in May of 2001, found that 51% of teens between the ages of 13-17 said it is pretty easy to get alcohol....   [tags: Solutions Proposal Essays Alcohol] 670 words
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Soulutions a Book By Diana Lynn - ... Not just any plan will do. You need a plan that will lead you out of bondage and into freedom. July of this year marks the fifteenth anniversary of my being involved in the ministry of helping people recover from their addictions and life-controlling habits. I have been working on the concept of this book for the last six or seven years. As I look back over these years, a lot of things have taken place in my family, my ministry, and my life. I can truly say that God is no respecter of persons....   [tags: god, solutions, sucess] 734 words
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Solutions to preventing the spread of global warming and its affects - “The American flag has gone through changes over time; those changes have made an impact on our country and made it what it is today.” Our earth is like the American flag, it is constantly changing, and one issue that affects our earth is global warming. We now live in an industrialized world which is filled with many new technologies that provide goods and services to us, provide us with energy and electricity and transportation. These new technological advances have made our lives much easier to live with....   [tags: Solutions, Preventions, Natural Resources]
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Finding Solutions to the Poaching Problem - For every wildlife animal legally hunted another is killed illegally; this is called poaching. The people who commit the type of crime such as that of hunting illegally are known as poachers. The worst part about this crime is that it is committed where no one can see or know what is happening. The motive of poachers can vary from wanting a trophy or pointlessly killing animals to harvesting a profit from ivories, horns, or antlers. If this environmental problem of poaching continues, then many species will either become endangered or extinct....   [tags: hunting, species, problem, crime, solution] 578 words
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Solutions to Poverty: It's Time To Deport The Homeless - The homeless population is growing in America. There are more and more Americans living in boxes, sleeping on park benches and panhandling on the streets each day. These people tend to make us, the non-homeless, feel uncomfortable and unsafe. They are also placing increasing stress on the nation's economy. In short, the homeless are a burden on the rest of society. There needs to be action taken against them. "I shall now humbly propose my own thoughts, which I hope will not be liable to the least objection (Swift.)" I propose that all of the homeless be relocated to foreign third world countries....   [tags: Solutions to Poverty 2014]
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Thermodynamic Properties of Solid Solutions in the System Ag2S Ag2Se - Thermodynamic Properties of Solid Solutions in the System Ag2S – Ag2Se 1. Introduction This paper is about the calculation of standard thermodynamic properties of the four solid solutions in the phase diagram of Ag2S – Ag2Se. They calculated these properties using the model of regular and subregular solutions. The four solid solutions are: a restricted fcc solid solution (γ- Ag2S-Ag2S1-xSe (x<0.3)), a complete bcc solid solution (β- Ag2S – Ag2Se), monoclinic solid solution (α) from Ag2S to Ag2S0.4Se0.6, and a orthorhombic solid solution (α) from Ag2S0.3Se0.7 to Ag2Se....   [tags: solution model, analysis] 1236 words
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Road Rage in the United States: Causes, Effects, and Solutions - Road Rage in the United States: Causes, Effects, and Solutions Thesis Road rage is a major problem in the United States, it causes anger, fear , and accidents to our roadways everyday. Introduction In this essay we will define road rage, look at the causes and effects, and come up with posssible solutions on how to avoid an altercation with an agresssive driver who has road rage. I will try to encourage you to learn how to share the road , with not only other drivers, but also pedestrainas and bicylists....   [tags: Problem Solution, Road Rage] 1910 words
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Solutions to Poverty: First, End Welfare Fraud - “Michigan lottery winner arrested on charges of felony welfare fraud” -- Melissa Anders --             Poverty is an issue in America that has become a growing problem. While it may not necessarily be an issue that gains a lot of attention from people in today’s society, it is still a problem that should be addressed, especially in times of economic hardship like the ones that we are currently experiencing. Money has become tight for a lot of people, but there are still those that have always had a problem meeting the needs that they have in everyday life....   [tags: Solutions to Poverty 2014]
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Paranet Solutions: Top-tier technology solutions and services - Right Column Paranet Solutions expertly guided Granite Properties through the journey of updating its physical server network to a virtual environment, resulting in greater standardization, stability and scalability. Right Column Quote “We wanted to get out of the IT business so we could fully focus on managing our business applications. Paranet designed a smart, economical solution that will meet our long-term expansion needs.” – Clint Osteen, Granite Properties, director of IT Paranet Solutions Seamlessly Tranforms Granite Properties’ Aging Server Network into a High-Tech Virtual Environment with Zero Downtime When Granite Properties joined forces with Paranet Solutions in 2008 to upd...   [tags: Business, Information Technology] 1036 words
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Possible Solutions to the Foreclosure Crisis - The purpose of this writing is to analyze the foreclosure crisis and offer some solutions to keep people in their homes and satisfy the financial accounting records of the banking industry. With more lost jobs on the horizon and fluctuating adjustable mortgage rates, the foreclosure crisis continues to plague America. A recent report from the Mortgage Bankers Association reveals that 14% of loans are behind or in foreclosure. This is largely due to lost jobs in this volatile economy. Many factors are involved in addressing a situation like this and one solution alone cannot solve the crisis....   [tags: real estate] 1164 words
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Solutions to the Problem of Domestic Waste - ... Besides, the building of incinerators is likely to lower the living standard of citizens in the neighborhood. Not only the gas emitted while burning the waste would affect their health, the noise produced by the trucks and the construction of incinerators would make them annoyed. Moreover, according to the ‘Not in My Back Yard’ phenomenon, this solution would probably be vigorously rejected by the citizens living around the site selected for building the incinerators. If the government insists on building the incinerators, the popularity rating will probably drop dramatically....   [tags: living standards in Hong Kong] 907 words
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A Treatment of Solutions to Bullying in Schools - Bullying has always been present within the United States. Although the issue has been around for a long time, it continues to grow and become more of problem. It is said that about 160,000 children within the United States are refusing to go to school because of bullying. Another statistic is that within American schools alone, there are an estimated 2.1 billion bullies and 2.7 billion victims (Dan Olewus, MBNBD). The numbers presented here are outrageous and although there are organizations to stop bullying, obviously there needs to be a new set of solutions....   [tags: Suicide, depression, anxiety]
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Finding Solutions to the Problems of Education - Problems of education connect to funding, teacher quality and the status of the teaching profession, student academic performance and standardized testing, racial imbalances, and equal educational opportunity. The lack of parental involvement seems to be a problem for education also. Parental involvement in their child's education makes them feel good about themselves. They usually have higher grades; higher test scores on standardized tests, classroom assessments and at arrive at school all the time....   [tags: Parental Involvement, Resources, Teachers]
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The Case of LG CNS Solutions - Service Innovation in Public Transportation: The Case of LG CNS Solutions 1. Introduction Public transportation has grown as attractive investment opportunity in economic sub sector nowadays (Allison, Lupton and Wallis 2013). Mostly public transportation acquisition has been conducted by the government, responsible for whole transport infrastructure activity as the owner and regulator. Since sustainable transport design were gained for better future, government give a space for private company in collaboration, generate the value based on co-creation (Enquist et al....   [tags: public transportation, Korea, service, innovation]
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The Unsustainability of the Fishing Industry and Solutions - The fishing industry has been an important one since the dawn of mankind, being a rich and reliable food source. It has changed and evolved overtime but still kept its core purpose. In the past the problem may have been catching sea life, today it is sustainability. Our population is far too high and demand too great for the industry to keep up. At this pace we will strip the oceans of its fish and be left with none. A solution is necessary, as this problem will not fix itself. Sustainability is the capability of something to be continued indefinitely, with few effects to the environment....   [tags: aquaculture, food source, trade]
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Proposed Solutions to the Foreclosure Crisis - Foreclosure is a growing national disaster in the United States. Every time you tune in to your local news, there is a new family whose house is being foreclosed. Every time you ride around the neighborhood, there is another house up for sale. There are several solutions to this increasing trend including cutting government spending and cutting funds towards unsuccessful government programs, devising financial plans to assist families by setting up payment plans that they can afford, getting communities more involved, more stimulus packages, raising the taxes of the wealthy to lower rates, and easing the limits on section eight housing....   [tags: foreclosure, financial, economy] 1052 words
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Solutions to Child Trafficking in Romania - Solutions to Child trafficking in Romania The Guardian describes the story of Marinela, A seventeen year old Romanian girl who was kidnapped and sold as a sex slave. The British newspaper shared that “[Marinela’s] Daily shifts lasted twelve hours, 10pm to 10am, seven days a week.” She was later discovered and arrested for prostitution in England. It was also reported that, “Her first day in custody was the first time since her arrival in England six months earlier that she had not been forced to have sex.” (Townsend)....   [tags: The Guardian, Kidnapping, Sex Trafficking]
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Solutions to the Cruelty of Animal Treatment - “The chains cut so deep; it was hard for me to breathe. I haven’t eaten in days. I lay there wondering why, but it never comes to mind. Rips and shreds cover my ears, from being beaten with that stick. My big brown eyes now filled with tears, they chained me up and left me for dead. I closed my eyes and tried to sleep, but all I could do was weep.”(Unknown) There are two types of animal abuse passive and active; both were repented in the poem above. Active abuse is when there is pain given to the animal all at one, like the animal being kicked or hit....   [tags: animal neglect, active abuse, passive abuse]
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Solutions to the Foreclosure Crisis and Beyond - Solutions to the Foreclosure Crisis and Beyond “Ster•il•ize : to deprive of the power of reproducing, as in surgically sterilizing cats and dogs.” Such is the definition of this word as listed in Webster’s Dictionary.(1) In looking at all the havoc the financial wizards of Wall Street have laid upon the global economy, it seems appropriate to review this term. Our society has been overcome with notion of “excess” in the past few years. Excessive spending, excessive homes and mortgages, excessive credit, and even excessive eating were becoming the norm....   [tags: US Economy] 1343 words
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Solutions for the Underepresented Populations in STEM - Analysis Different research methods can indeed be used to study and propose solutions to the problem of underrepresented populations in STEM. Each of these studies chose to focus on one theory as to why this problem is occurring, and rather than discuss, set out to prove their theory with quantitative, qualitative, or mixed methods analysis. Faculty Relationships One factor discovered to be significant in URP interest and success was the quality of faculty relationships. Cole & Espinoza (2009), Garcia & Hurtado (2010), and Espinosa (2011) discovered this through quantitative research....   [tags: faculty, learning, women] 1241 words
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Solutions to the Clean Water Shortage - ... Another large factor is the amount of energy it requires to create one cubic meter of drinking water. Most of the energy used to power the plants is met through the use of fossil fuels, of which our supply is already rapidly dwindling. Pollution is also a major con because removing pure water from a salty source like the ocean, contributes to a higher concentration of salts.This creates brine. Brine often contains chemicals such as chlorine, anti-scaling and anti-caking agents. These chemicals will likely have a negative effect on the surrounding environments and ecosystem....   [tags: pros and cons ] 590 words
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Environmental and Water Solutions Inc. - Case Studies: Environmental and Water Solutions Inc. Company Background Environmental and Water Solutions Inc. is an environmental and water resources engineering firm. Environmental and Water Solutions Inc. provides lasting and integrated solutions in water, environment, transportation, energy, and facilities to public and private clients. As a full-service consulting, engineering, construction, and operations firm, Environmental and Water Solutions delivers exceptional client service, quality results and enduring value across the entire project life cycle....   [tags: Environmental, Water Resources, Case Study]
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Servant Leadership at Pervasive Solutions - Servant leadership is the management philosophy at Pervasive Solutions. From the perspective of a middle manager, this is a description of how the leadership team at Pervasive Solutions uses the servant leadership philosophy to lead, make decisions, lead change, and to motivate the employees to succeed. According to Hellriegel, Jackson and Slocum (2008), “the relationship between leaders and subordinates is reinforced by the concept of servant leadership” (p. 56). Nayab, N. (n.d.) stated, “The servant leader always looks at the good in others and remains patient and forgiving....   [tags: Business Management ]
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Marketing Solutions for Advertiing Books - ... Business owners and individuals may think that self publishing marketing materials is daunting. This is not the case as I have found the process of blurb publishing is easy using Yumpu.com. A user will often find a sense of achievement and creative freedom that is offered by online publishing. Many people are in need of converting a brochure or document that is in PDF format. One issue with any online catalogs in a PDF format is they are often really large. Size is not an issue when using Yumpu.com to reduce the size of a PDF document....   [tags: yumpu, blurb, publishing] 557 words
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Causes and Solutions of Deforestation - Halting the destruction of the rainforests has been identified by the World Wildlife Organisation as one of the most urgent and yet cost effective ways to keep the world out of danger from runaway climate change. They also report forest loss contributes to over 20 percent of annual global greenhouse gas emissions. It is the trees that absorb greenhouse gases and carbon emissions, therefore at the very least the more we protect the rainforests the less contribution to global warming. xxxxx has stated "Despite conservation efforts, global deforestation continues at an alarming rate - 13 million hectares a year, or 36 football fields a minute" (xxxxxxxx) Protecting these forests from fu...   [tags: carbon, incentives, rainforests] 1010 words
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Policy Solutions for Jobless Poverty - In the report A New Form of Social Dislocation in the Inner-City Ghetto, William Julius Wilson analyzes three research studies conducted in Chicago between 1986 and 1993. In these studies, Wilson identifies a new type of poverty, which he coins jobless poverty. Jobless poverty represents the growing number communities that are compromised of a high percentage of unemployed individuals. These communities have the same recurrent themes of isolation in inner-city ghettos where the surrounding area is abandon, desolate or deserted of economic opportunities and community benefits....   [tags: world poverty essay]
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Water Scarcity and Possible Solutions - “Water is the lifeblood of this planet. Every time a good is bought or sold there is a virtual exchange of water. Every time we interact with water, we change it, redirect it, or otherwise alter its state. We have never learned how to efficiently manage water.”(Cluckie, 2009) Ian Cluckie, Professor of Hydrology and Water Management, emphasizes the fact that humans can’t survive without water. Although water is a renewable resource that can replenish under hydrological cycles, our intervention has interrupted its natural cycle causing its supply to decrease.(Cluckie, 2009) The value of water is constantly being compared to diamonds....   [tags: Drinking Water Shortage]
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Solutions to E- waste problem - In the last decades, technology became more sophisticated in creating modern devices. Consequently, in our disposable age most apparatus turn into aged ones in a couple of years or even months. This is one of the reasons why electronic devices become waste. E-waste is discarded, surplus, obsolete, or broken electronic devices or apparatuses. Most environment protection organizations maintain that e-waste induces health and pollution problems. The primary reason for this view is that almost all of the electric devices contain hazardous substances which are toxic and are not biodegradable....   [tags: Recycling Electronics]
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Solutions to Poverty and Hunger - Why are so many people begging for money, sitting on the streets, searching for some sort of food. It is not everyday that we see situations like this, but it is out there constantly without all of us knowing it. Some states have more issues of poverty than others, but it is sad to think of how many people are actually considered to be in poverty. This is an inequality that concerns me a lot, and is getting worse daily. Poverty in the United States refers to people whose annual family income is less than a poverty line set by the United States government....   [tags: US poverty essay]
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Incorporation of Information Technology Solutions - Due to dramatic changes in organisational management, technology plays an important role in today business environment. According to Groomer & Murthy (1989) incorporation of information technology solutions are becoming increasingly important for all businesses in order to operate successfully. One way that many businesses have implemented information technology on a large scale (Groomer & Murthy, 1989) is by setting up Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) systems to achieve their business transaction and data processing needs....   [tags: information technology,resour planning, erp]
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Solutions for Lowering Alcohol Consumption - ... Drinking massive amounts of alcohol has numerous negative effects on the human body like, headaches, distorted vision and hearing, alcohol poisoning, high blood pressure, liver disease, and nerve damage, “alcohol leads to addiction and can put people at a higher risk of over 200 disorders like tuberculosis and pneumonia” (TIME 1). The effects of alcohol all depend on how much was consumed and the physical condition of the person. Drinking massive amounts of alcohol has numerous negative effects on the human body like, headaches, distorted vision and hearing, alcohol poisoning, high blood pressure, liver disease, and nerve damage....   [tags: drunk driving, banning alcohol] 1360 words
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Road Rage: Causes and Solutions - Road rage is a major problem in the United States, anger causes stress, fear , and accidents to our roadways everyday. In this essay we will define road rage, look at the causes and effects, and come up with solutions on how to avoid an altercation with an aggressive driver who has road rage. Road rage doesn’t always involve two drivers, sometimes it deals with a driver and a pedestrian. We need to learn to deal with the anger, and prevent violence toward others on the road. Road rage affects every driver, whether you're involved directly or indirectly....   [tags: Road Rage, driving,] 1431 words
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Global Warming Causes and Solutions - The planet earth is in serious jeopardy due to global warming. The polar ice caps are melting at an astonishing rate. Severe flooding and droughts are creating havoc around the world. All nations must begin to address, formulate, and implement the necessary solutions to reduce global warming before it becomes irreversible. Developed countries can drastically reduce the emission of green house gasses (GHG) which are destroying the ozone layer by reducing the destruction of rainforests, switching from electric generating power plants that are burning fossil fuels, to electricity generated by wind technology, and reducing the amount of carbon dioxide (CO2) emissions from vehicles....   [tags: Environment, Global Warming]
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Finding Solutions to India's Poor - ... However, in general, the urban poverty manifests in the form of inadequate provision of housing and shelter, water, sanitation, health, education, social security and livelihoods along with special needs of vulnerable groups like women, children, differently abled and aged people.4 In urban centers, people are dependent on public and private services to mitigate the environmental effects of the overcrowded conditions in which they live. Surveys have revealed that low-income groups residing in informal settlements are paying heavy costs....   [tags: urban population, health, neighborhoods] 1436 words
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Solving Math Solutions Manuals - Introduction to solving math solutions manuals: The topic of “solving math solutions manuals”, are discussed below with some related problems and solutions. In mathematics, there are many chapters included such as number system, fraction, algebra, functions, trigonometry, integral, calculus, matrix, vector, geometry, graph etc. We can understand how to solve the problems using formulas and some operations. We can solve the math problems easily without using any electronic devices. Let us discuss some important problems below in different concepts....   [tags: Mathematics] 619 words
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Office Solutions Goes Green - Sometimes an idea turned passion is a tough thing to let go. When Office Solutions' president and co-founder Bob Mairena decided it was time the company recycled its corrugated waste, there was little interest from recycling firms in the small amount the company had. If it wanted to recycle, Office Solutions would have to pay. But Mairena and his wife, co-founder and vice president Cindy Mairena, weren't content with that. So they reached out to customers in 2007, offering to collect and recycle their corrugated waste, as well....   [tags: Recycling] 1026 words
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Solutions to Global Warming - You hear about it from television news broadcasts. You read about it in newspapers and magazines. You talk about it with friends and co-workers. There have even been movies made about it. The “it” is global warming. “Global warming refers to the global-average temperature increase that has been observed over the last one hundred years or more” (Spencer). Some experts argue that global warming is a result of human activities, while others believe the warming and cooling of the Earth’s atmosphere is a natural cycle....   [tags: Climate Change, Synthesis Essays]
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Solutions to Electronic Waste - Electronic and electrical equipment is essential part of busy world.It substitute hard human work and make it faster.The majority of mankind has computer at home or at work. In recent years changing of electronic equipment become faster due to obsolescence and fashion(Deathe et al. 2008, 322 ).The problem of e-waste influence on the future environment hangs over the modern society. E-waste ^ also known as electronic waste.It means electrical and electronic equipment which is not suitable for use and fill the damps....   [tags: Recycling Electronics]
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Sustainable Environment; Engineering Solutions - Introduction: Air pollution can be defined as the harmful gases in the air that we breathe. Pollution can be caused by natural sources or as a result of human activities. Natural pollutants include: dust, pollen, smoke from forest fires, and bacterial and volcanic action. Nevertheless, human activities are the main cause of air pollution. Major sources of air pollution are industrial (factories and power stations) at 36% and on-road transportation at 26%. Currently, the number of vehicles on roads is constantly rising, leading to producing more pollutants....   [tags: Environment]
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Solutions in Higher Education - Senge’s (1990) characterization of controlling versus learning organizations helps illustrate the challenge Medtech faces in making the shift to a learner-centered college with outcome-based classroom practices. When new and expansive patterns of thinking are nurtured, collective aspiration is set free (1990); however, Harris and Cullen (2008) state that the work environment at many colleges is quite to the contrary. So our questions are the same as stated by Boyer (1987) nearly three decades ago, “Is it possible for students to become independent, self-directed learners, as well as, how can faculty improve their teaching so as to encourage creativity and critique....   [tags: Education, Training Faculty] 846 words
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Sustainable Solutions for Haiti - Living in this fast up passed country of the United States we have what people call first world problems. Like, I hate when my leather seats aren’t heated, I hate it when my phone charger won’t reach my bed, I hate it when my mint gum makes my ice water taste too cold, and I hate it when my house is too big. The problems of a first world country aren’t really problems at all. People in the US always want the newest coolest technology. Did you ever think of the people who are living in a third world country....   [tags: politics, haitian living conditions]
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Math Solutions - Introduction to solve math solutions manual: The topic of “solve math solutions manual”, are seen below with some related problems and solutions. In mathematics, there are many chapters included such as number system, fraction, algebra, functions, trigonometry, integral, calculus, matrix, vector, geometry, graph etc. We can understand how to solve the problems using formulas and some operations. Let us discuss some important problems below in different concepts. Example problems – Solve math solutions manual Example problem 1 – Solve math solutions manual Simplify the expression: (5k2 - 8k + 6) + (3k2 + 5k - 4) - (2k2 + 6k + 8) Solution: In this problems, the given polynomials are (5k2 - 8k...   [tags: Mathematics] 604 words
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Alternative Solutions - Alternative Solutions There are several solutions to my project. One of them is just to keep current system. Current system has been used for more than a decade, and has worked. It provides enough detailed information about student’s attendance. Main advantage of the current system is that it is cheap in the short term. There is no need to invest more money in to the system therefore it can be cost saving. However, it is neither flexible nor efficient. It cannot produce ad-hoc reports right away, it has to be done manually if wanted to which would consume a lot of time....   [tags: Technology]
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Understanding Clinical Solutions - Introduction Medications: the part of medicine that deals with your health from outside. Millions of clinical solutions with different purposes are used in hospitals and domestics houses. The effectiveness of these solutions are going to depend on their chemistry. If an average adult takes a gummy vitamin complex supplement the vitamin in take will be almost insignificant. If that same adult takes a vitamin complex supplement tablet the intake of the vitamin will affect the body. What makes the difference....   [tags: Medications]
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Solutions-Focused Therapy Discussion - Solutions-focused therapy is a relatively new and welcomed therapy developed by Steve de Shazer and his wife Insoo Kim Berg, in 1979 at their institute, the “ Brief Family Therapy Center in Milwaukee, Wisconsin” (Guterman, 2010, p. 350). Shazer was interested in how to “influence change” (Nichols, 2008, p. 346). Solution-focused therapy deals in solutions as opposed to dwelling on problems. Increasingly stringent budgeting constraints emphasize the need to develop shorter and more focused therapy sessions without sacrificing successful outcomes (Nichols, 2008)....   [tags: Psychology ]
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Spoofing Defense's Solutions - Spoofing defense’s solutions originally can be broken down into three categories [13]. 1) End-Host-Based Solutions: These types of solutions are implemented on the end-hosts; the aim of these solutions is to allow the end-hosts to detect the spoofed packets. These kinds of solutions do not require any change in the network infrastructure and they are the easiest in deployment, but they are acting too late because the spoofed packets will arrived to the end-host before they are recognized. 2) Router-Based Solutions: These types of solutions are applied by routers, either at the core and edge of the Internet or at each side separately....   [tags: Internet Security]
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Advanced Math Solutions - Introduction to prepare for advanced math solutions: Mathematics is mainly considered as the main branches of science. Normally all the mathematical operations like addition, division, multiplication as well as subtraction are easy to do in case of simple problems. Prepare for advanced math problems solution is simple and easy. In this session, we will see how we have to prepare for advanced math solution. Prepare for advanced math solutions: Example problem 1- Prepare for advanced math solutions Calculate the equation of the line using the points (5, - 5) and (4, 1) that passes through the line....   [tags: Math] 878 words
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Alternative Solutions to Housing in South Africa - The target is to stimulate alternative solutions to housing per se, a challenging pro bono project, to identify affordable, acceptable and innovative solutions to the urgent need to lodge the urban poor, using low cost, sustainable design, construction and operation principles. In this essay, we'll look at some unique, eco-friendly alternative housing ideas that provide low-cost urban housing for under-developed nations with high demography. South Africa’s Award-Winning Solution The first qualifying solution came from MMA Architects, in South Africa; their design for a single-family home leveraged the low cost solution by recycling indigenous mud-and-wattle construction methods....   [tags: single-family home, urban poor] 1639 words
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Assessing Policy Solutions for a Sustainable Future - Money does not make the world go round; rather it is oil (Gelpke & McCormack, 2006). In A Crude Awakening: The Oil Crash, a horrifying picture is pained of a planet dwindling closer to self-destruction through the depletion of its resources. Credited sources, as well as the documentary, note how difficult a technological revolution would be in assessing the oil crash and establishing a need to create policy solutions to assist in the regeneration of the energy industry for a sustainable future....   [tags: solar energy, peak oil, oil crash]
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Global Warming Solutions - Climate change is a controversial subject that needs further investigation to conclusively prove to others that a problem exists. Even those trying to prove climate change will admit there are multiple variables that can affect the planet’s climate and many of those are not man-made. As stated in the introduction to chapter 12, “2013: Long-term Climate Change: Projections, Com¬mitments and Irreversibility”, of the Fifth Assessment Report of the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (AR5) by Collins et al....   [tags: Climate Change Essays]
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Exploring Solutions to the Housing Crisis in America - Americans were willing to live beyond their means, and bankers were willing to finance the dream. The biggest problem with this easy money was the obvious lack of responsible financial regulation. “Stated income” allowed anyone to easily commit fraud for a home loan, and banks weren’t worried about the money they lent since the loan was ultimately backed by the government. Sub-prime borrowers were given the opportunity to get mortgages, and no money down allowed people to get a home loan without really having “skin in the game.” Second mortgages were only icing on the cake and people figured that as long as house prices kept rising, home equity could be used as an instant cash machine to li...   [tags: real estate] 1189 words
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Problems and Solutions to Catastrophic Global Warming - Problems and Solutions to Catastrophic Global Warming Global warming is becoming a major problem for our environment. Global warming is causing the atmosphere to become warmer which causes many problems for the environment. Carbon dioxide in the atmosphere allows sunlight to pass through, but it traps heat from escaping. This causes the earth to warm which keeps the earth from becoming a ball of frozen ice, but excess carbon dioxide causes global warming, which will affect the environment. There are many solutions to slowing or stopping the effects of global warming including planting trees, cutting carbon dioxide emissions, and using alternative fuels....   [tags: Carbon Dioxide, Environment, Atmosphere]
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The Energy Source Problem and Proposed Solutions - In our generation, Sustainable energy is the most important aim that countries try to make effectively. It is a well discussed topic with various opinions and researches results relating to particular aspects of energy sources. Discussing and talking about sustainable energy will assist people how to use sustainable energy in effective way. As it is known , sustainable energy is saving energy that benefits us in present without hurting or affecting the ability of benefits of next generations. The aims of sustainable energy lie primarily in reducing pollution that affects our environment, and saving energy....   [tags: environment, sustainable, gas] 628 words
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The Impact of Teenage Unemployment and Possible Solutions - Unemployment has always been something that Americans have worried about since the great depression in which one in every four people was unemployed. High unemployment has an impact on every one even those whom are still currently employed. For example if the unemployment rate is particular high then even those with jobs get worried. Unemployment is also separated in to distinct categories base on which group is the focus of the study. The categories can be by race, age or location, for example the unemployment rate of those between the age of sixty and sixty-five could be compared those between the ages of thirty and thirty-five....   [tags: Teenagers, Unemployment, United States]
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Some Solutions to Prevent Bullying in Schools - Bullying has affected the young generation constantly, becoming more aggressive later on their life. The fact that students in schools aren’t informed or taught of ways how to defend themselves is the reason of so many violent actions. The number of suicides it’s growing. The best way to address bullying is to stop it before it starts. We can’t protect ourselves from bullying, if we aren’t informed of what it really means or how it affects us and others. The students, the parents, and the administration of different institutions should be paying more attention on how it’s starts and the process of development....   [tags: teen suicide, bullying, bullies]
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Nursing Turnover: Costs, Causes, & Solutions - Introduction: Nurse turnover is defined as “the number of nurses changing jobs within an organization or leaving an organization within a given year” (Baumann 2010). Retaining nurses is one of the most important issues in health care as its effects range from challenges in human resource planning, to high costs in financial and organizational productivity (Beecroft et al, 2008), to workgroup processes and morale, to patient safety and quality of care (i.e. patient satisfaction, length of patient stay, patient falls, and medication errors) (Bae et al, 2010)....   [tags: Nursing Essays]
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Solving The Foreclosure Crisis: Two Solutions - It does not take much attention focused at the media to see that our great nation is struggling economically. One of the major contributors to this current economic meltdown is the rapid increase in foreclosures across the country. The country’s immense housing crisis can be addressed by referring to not only the accumulating irresponsibility of the individual American loan borrower, but also the growth of greed at the corporate level which led to the financial market’s negligence. To stop the spread of this issue we should look at closer government watch of the market and specifically focus on consumer education....   [tags: Economics]
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