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    The Many Career Opportunities For Recipients Of Degrees In Mathematics I have chosen to do Possibility 7. It states that once a person decides to study mathematics they are limited to the possible fields of work that is available to them. According to this statement the only possible jobs are teaching jobs at the school, college, and university levels. It also talks about how this can be dull to some and how a person can't become a millionaire this way. I am in total opposition of this statement

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    in John Guare’s Six Degrees of Separation Many authors go to great lengths to explore the limits of human experience, testing realms beyond the imagination. Anything from physical boundaries to social boundaries are broken and thus redefined; Kafka explores the life of a man turned into a bug, Nabokov examines the life of a man ruled by a sexual desire that is taboo. With so much effort focused on the extremes of life, one work, a play by John Guare entitled Six Degrees of Separation, stands

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    The Degrees of Deception

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    that people have when they think about deceit. My personal definition of deceit is when someone manipulates another person into believing what they are saying is the truth even if it may not be. In this paper I will argue that there are different degrees of deceit that don’t always break someone’s trust. The evidence I provide will show that our definition of deceit in our Western culture is impaired. It will show people who believe that deceit is morally wrong and it can only bring about distrust

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    College Degrees Essay

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    enforcement leaders across the country have debated requiring college degrees for new officers. Currently, only 8% of local police agencies require some college; “9% require a two-year college degree and only 1% require a four-year degree (Gomez-Mejia et al, 2012, p.153). This number seems low seeing that this debate has been around for years. I could not find any statistics, but I believe many more pay bonuses for college degrees as does the Knoxville Police Department (KPD), where I have been employed

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    4,200 Degrees Fahrenheit

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    Though firefighters do not have to most glorified job, one still must meet strict qualifications, follow the correct rules to extinguish the fires, and help with many activities around the community. This occupation takes patience and the will to be a team player. Not everyone can take on this type of commitment but a select few that are willing to train and work hard can spend everyday doing what they love and saving lives. Being a successful in this profession can be easy once the tasks are learned

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    Coherence and Epistemic Rationality

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    unwarranted. However, a little reflection suggests that it is reasonable to have degrees of confidence in a proposition when the available evidence is not conclusive. The rationality of such judgments, formed in response to evidence, will be my concern here. Degrees of confidence have mainly been discussed by Bayesians as part of a general theory of rational belief and decision. Bayesians claim that rational degrees of confidence satisfy the standard Kolmogorov axioms of probability: 1. Pr(A)

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    sample was taken from the test tube using a pipette and mixed with the droplets of iodine in one of the chambers of the spotting tile. The experiment was repeated many times for different temperatures ranging from 20 degrees Celsius to 60 Celsius. The temperature goes up 5 degrees every time. Fair Test I will make sure that I measure the correct amounts of starch and amylase each time. I will always put 3 drops of iodine in each chamber of the spotting tile, no more, no less. I will clean

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    cakes making

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    Sugar You have to handle sugar with care because can be dangerous. Also sugar can explode. At 315 degrees sugar should be clear. Sugar boils at 215 degrees. Corn syrup helps the sugar not to crystallize Dark Chocolate For dark chocolate the melting point is 118 degrees to 128 degrees White Chocolate For white chocolate the melting point is 100 degrees to 105 degrees, then you must take off the heat and whip. Types of meringue French: is plain egg whites and sugar. But this method is not

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    Constructing a Greenhouse Window Building and testing a sensor to determine number of degrees to which a window is open Introduction When making use of a greenhouse to grow plants out of season or on a large scale for commercial reasons, the temperature within the green house must be carefully regulated, in order to ensure that the plants are under the optimum growing conditions. With the windows shut permanently, the temperature may become too high, and the windows need therefore

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    Global Warming

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    temperatures have been increasing slowly but steadily. Since 1980 the temperature has risen 0.2 degrees C (0.4 degrees F) each decade. Scientists predict that if we continue putting the same amount of gas into the atmosphere by the year 2030 the temperature will be rising as much as 0.5 degrees C (0.9 degrees F) or more per decade. Over all the global temperature could rise anywhere from 5 to 9 degrees over the next fifty years. If the temperatures do rise as predicted several things co...

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