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  • What Is Fractional Equivalents?

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    In other words, we can define it as – “A fraction whose denominator is 100 called percentage, and the numerator of this fraction is called the Rate Percent”. So, = 21 per cent. The sign for per cent is ‘%’. Some Important Percentage fractional Equivalents: 1% = 2% = 3% = 4% = 5% = 8% = 10% = 16% = 20% = 25% = 40% = 60% = 80% = 120% = 75% = Fraction to Rate per cent: To express any fraction into rate per cent, then just multiply it by 100 and put percentage

  • What Is Cash And Cash Equivalents

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    first what Cash and Cash Equivalents mean. Cash and Cash Equivalents is an asset that appears on the statement of financial position of a business and includes currency (coins and bank notes) held by a business (in hand and in bank accounts) and cash equivalents. Cash is a medium of exchange, a store of value and a unit of account and a business needs to have sufficient cash in order to be able to pay its liabilities. Higher cash ratio (ratio of cash and cash equivalents to current liabilities) suggests

  • How Is Gender Equivalent To Gender?

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    Summary of articles Many of us think that ‘sex is equivalent to gender’, yet they are actually very different. In simple definition, sex is determined biologically at birth, and we can tell a person’s sex by anatomy, but there are no definite criteria to determine a person’s gender. All of the articles suggest that gender is not born with, but is socially constructed. In our society, one is expected to perform certain behaviors that are suitable for a particular sex, which is known as gender role

  • Pacifism In James's The Moral Equivalent Of War

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    In 1910 when James published, “The Moral Equivalent of War, the United States faced different conditions then contemporary society. War was looked upon as something civilized societies did not participate in. The peace movement was mostly supported by the wealthy. As James explains, “In modern eyes, precious though wars may be, they must not be waged solely for the sake of ideal harvest. Only when forced upon one, only when an enemy’s injustice leaves us no alternative, is a war now thought permissible

  • The Moral Equivalent of War by William James

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    War is a hard thing to describe. It has benefits that can only be reaped through its respective means. Means that, while necessary, are harsh and unforgiving. William James, the author of “The Moral Equivalent of War”, speaks only of the benefits to be had and not of the horrors and sacrifices found in the turbulent times of war. James bears the title of a pacifist, but he heralds war as a necessity for society to exist. In the end of his article, James presents a “war against nature” that would

  • Wireless Network Security

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    Introduction Wireless networks have grown in popularity. This is largely due to the increase in the value of a network as more users are attached to it. The value added to a network by nature of connecting more devices to it, is summarized in 'Metcalf's law.' Metcalf's law states that if you 'connect any number, 'n,' of machines - whether computers, phones or even cars - and you get 'n' squared potential value.'[1] The incredible growth of the Internet seems to validate Metcalf's law. It then seems

  • We Must Strive to Protect Privacy in Technology

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    We Must Strive to Protect Privacy in Technology Technology is getting more and more complex as the years come and go. The availability of personal information is easier to access and the risk of it being tampered with is also high. As the years pass, the threat of privacy invasion gets greater and greater and easier to happen. There are several ways that privacy is able to be invaded and there will only be more to come. Americans have had their personal information given away without even

  • Militant Pacifism In Calkin's The Moral Equivalent Of War

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    Calkin’s published “Militant Pacifism” in 1917 during the First World War. As a student of James, she has similar ideas about the necessity of a moral equivalent of war. She, however, has several differences that can help one see the benefits of a moral equivalent without the problematic aspects. Unlike James, she maintained that people did not want war. Writing after James’s death, she argued that the world was united in their desire to stop World War I. Humanity had a larger desire to end all

  • Wireless Communication Security

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    Wireless Communication Security Abstract In today’s society advances in technology are growing rapidly. Businesses and people are taking full advantage of the improving ways of transmitting data internally and externally. One of the mediums today in transmitting data is via wireless communication systems. It is obvious that this data will need to be secure for many reasons. These will be the questions I will pose in this paper. Will this be a secure means of transmitting data? How

  • War Driving

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    looking for the increasingly numerous ¡§hot spots¡¨ where high-speed Internet¡¦s access is free. What I found interesting was that the hacks were pretty basic and that most of the information on how to break into default systems, how to look for Wired Equivalent Privacy (WEP) being enabled and other wireless steps could be found in a Google search. My brother Carlos a ¡§full time computer geek¡¨ and I had decided at the beginning of the summer that we were taking the family to Disney but I wasn¡¦t going