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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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    Music Degrees

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    Music degrees are useless. What can music possibly do for you as a career? Why would you ever want to have a music degree? You hear the skeptics everywhere, so why would I pick a career like this? It would be an understatement to say that I have had an unstable life. Throughout my life, one thing has been my source of stability, safety, and joy – music. Music is simplistic and complex. At other times, music’s beauty is evident at first glance. Music’s juxtaposition of complexity with simplicity

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    mouth and is the start of chemical digestion. Starch cannot pass through the lining of the intestine, it is too big. The simple sugar can. This is why we digest our food. In this investigation we will be testing the starch at 0 degrees, 40 degrees, 60 degrees and 80 degrees. Variables There are a number of things that may effect the results we may get at the end of the investigation. These are: · Complexity- if the investigation is too complex we may run out of time or end up with poor

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    Rotation of the letter "R"

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    rotation, the longer the task would take. This was because it would take longer to physically rotate a figure more degrees than fewer degrees. The evidence supported this hypothesis: The closer the angle is to 180 degrees, the longer the reaction time. Angles greater than 180 degrees do not take longer because the subject will rotate it in the other direction. So the angle distance from 180 degrees, called the angle of disparity, is directly related to the reaction time. The experiment done by the class

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    widely different to all the other guesses students have taken. Prediction I predict that the 3rd years will be more accurate than the 1st yrs, in estimating the size of the angle. The actual size of the angle is 160 degrees. Results 1st Years Number Angle (degrees) 30 123 46 140 81 120 292 150 191 185 233 165 123 135 191 185 47 160

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    something like Florida or Georgia currently is, except some ninety million years ago. Temperatures were likely to average almost sixty degrees Fahrenheit, with summer temperatures getting into the eighties and even nineties. The same cannot be said about the current Axel Heiberg climate. Nowadays, summer sees snowfall, and winter temperatures routinely hit minus sixty degrees Fahrenheit. Granted, it's been millions of years, but what causes this kind of climate change? Gigantic lava flows could be the

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    [IMAGE][IMAGE][IMAGE][IMAGE][IMAGE]Oval: V[IMAGE][IMAGE][IMAGE][IMAGE][IMAGE] In theory this was a good experiment however in practice it was not. Whilst conducting the experiment I realise that from the temperature changing from 0 degrees to 100 degrees there was only a small change of 0.01v. I tried with a different resistor but still had no luck. There was not enough change for me to conduct a worthwhile experiment. I tried to use a higher current on the power pack but still the voltage

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    Trading With Kuwait

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    of Iraq; south and west of Saudi Arabia; and East of the Persian Gulf. Kuwait has two seasons, summer and winter. The summer months are extremely hot and dry with average highs ranging from 108 degrees to 115 degrees Fahrenheit. The temperatures during the winter months range from 50 degrees to 80 degrees Fahrenheit. Kuwait usually receives a small amount of rain during the winter months. Failaka is a Kuwaiti island that was founded in the 17th century by the Bronze Age settlement. During this time

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