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    Availability It requires a great deal of money to fund the use of assistive technology in schools. There are training costs, teacher’s salaries to be paid, and the expenses of constantly upgrading technology. It also requires a great deal of testing to figure out what students have disabilities and what the best course of action would be to aid their learning. For students that attend school in a low income neighborhood, the facilities they are exposed to are most likely not up to par with

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    Availability and Education

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    Availability and Education In 1998, over 3.9 million Californians, including children, lived in food insecure households, meaning that their concern over inadequate income for purchasing food resulted in lower quality diets for their families (1). Food security is an ongoing problem among,the people in the United States, which is determined by the access to food resources that one individual or family might experience in a given community. Low income families address and incorporate the concept

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    Global Credit Availability

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    Global Credit Availability: In today’s world of personal finance and economics, with the global perspective being the primary focus. Corporations, just like individuals, are looking at expanding their horizons and saving or making as much profit as they can. How do they accomplish this gigantic and often expensive proposition? The answer to this is through credit. However I poise a question to everyone. Is the ease of which to receive credit today a hindrance and detriment to all of us, or is it

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    Title : High availability of database system High availability of database system, in which unplanned downtime is no more than seconds or only a relatively few minutes per year, is frequently a key objective in a data protection strategies, and one of the keystones of business continuity. However, an too much emphasis on high availability can lead to problems with data preservation (all the money goes into keeping the systems up and very little goes into preventing data loss when they go down)

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    The Availability Heuristic: The Link Between Misinformation and Fear Rachel Scott Salem College PSY130: Social Psychology Professor M. Griggs 11/19/15 The Availability Heuristic: The Link Between Misinformation and Fear Introduction When asked to state the source of their fears, people often find themselves unable to pinpoint where it began (1). In the age of the internet and various social media, misinformation is highly disseminated throughout the globe (5). Copious amounts of research

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    Hydroelectric Energy

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    streams dried up, therefore the resource of water becoming unavailable. The likeliness of this happening in our lifetime is next to nothing, especially in Ontario and Quebec. These areas have and abundance of lakes and down-falling rivers. Availability The availability of water in this area of the world is great. Being able to have water flowing on a downward slope is another story. It is useless if it is not flowing. The steeper the water flows, the more electricity it will produce. Hydroelectric plants

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    Plagiarism and the Internet

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    with plagiarism are the copy and paste function, “paper mills” and the ways that can be used to prevent students from doing this. The first major concern with the internet would be the copy and paste function. Wittenberg lists that “Widespread availability of the internet and increased access to full text databases has made cut and paste plagiarism very easy”.3 While the function is actually very nice to have, people are using it the wrong way. Instead of just using it to copy quotes from websites

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    cause the rate of photosynthesis to change. A) sunlight concentration B) temperature C) chlorophyll concentration D) carbon dioxide availability Effects of the variables and there concentrations: The amount of sunlight will decide the rate of photosynthesis as there will be a an increased rate of photosynthesis due to the increased availability of photons of light. This light energy can then be transferred to chemical potential energy. The energy is then distributed around the plant

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    the way students conduct their work, which has opened doors of knowledge for students that were once never considered possible, making the computer and internet an essential (and often the most important) tool for any student. But the rise of the availability of the computer and the internet has not been equally spread across the population, drastically disadvantaging some section, while giving other portions a somewhat unfair advantage. This is what is known as the digital divide, which is heavily

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    the appropriate amount of time to properly revise. Many argue the issue of the quality of work when comparing those who do things right away and those who procrastinate. Another issue with doing your work right away versus procrastinating is the availability of needed resources. When beginning your work right away, you have time to schedule out where and when you need to go to get the appropriate resources. The worker has time to plan out when to go when things are open, order any supplies needed,

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