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polynomially, we built a new path to understand computational complexity questions and in future works, we will establish more bounds in complexity questions. A precise definition of {em algorithm} was given by Alan Turing in 1937 (see cite{AT1937}). A natural question arises: {em What is the computational difficult to perform some algorithm?} See, in chronological order, cite{RMO1959}, cite{RMO1960}, cite{HS1965} and others. Classification of complexity are find in cite{M87}. Our aims are to to open a

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Gradient Function Investigation Gradient Function In this investigation I am going to investigate the gradients of the graphs Y=AXN Where A and N are constants. I shall then use the information to find a formula for all curved graphs. To start the investigation I will draw the graphs where A=1 and N= a positive integer. Y=X2 X Height Width Gradient 1 1 0.5 2 2 4 1 4 3 9 1.5 6 4 16 2 8 Looking at the results above I can

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## Euclidean Algorithm

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Euclid was one of the world’s most famous and influential Mathematicians in history. He was born about 365 BC in Alexandria, Egypt, and died about 300 BC. His full name is not known but Euclid means “good glory”. Little was ever written about Euclid and much of the information known are from authors who wrote about his books. He studied in Plato’s ancient school in Athens and later went to Alexandria in Egypt, where he discovered a well-known division of math, known as Geometry. Thus, he was named

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## Types of Data

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and efficiently is the moral responsibility of Saint Leo Alumni for our students and community. In order to be effective and efficient one must be able to recognize different types of data and be able to determine the need and meaning behind the numbers. Before interpreting different types of data, remember that data refers to a group of information that one can analyze. Data can range from a gender ratio to scores of an individualized assessment. In the education field, one will encounter several

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an odd number. Below is a typical type of a Pythagoras triple equation: [IMAGE] Formula:a² + b² = c² 3² + 4² = 5² 9 + 16 = 25 In this equation, the first step I took was to put the numbers instead of the letters. Once I did that I squared all the numbers, and when I add a² + b² it equaled to c². Incase one of the numbers was missing on the triangle; I would replace that as x², and carry out the formula as a normal algebraic expression. When you look at the numbers at first

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ancient numeric systems aimed at ascribing to a singular whole number or written symbol (up to a point determined by practical needs). This symbol was a combination of a limited number of signs, produced on the basis of more or less regular laws. (2) Three ancient groups of people: the Babylonians, the Chinese and the Mayas discovered a position principle, that is one of the prerequisites leading to discovering a zero and considering it a number. (3) The first appeared in the Babylonian numeration in the

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How Changing the Number of Tiles at the Centre of a Pattern will Affect the Number of Border Tiles Needed For my experiment I am going to investigate how changing the number of tiles at the centre of a pattern, will affect the number of border tiles I will need. I will do this to find patterns and a formula, to link back to each set of patterns. Each formula will be tested by using a larger border, but with the same number of centre tiles, this will ensure my formula is correct. I will then

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up a place (location in memory) with the name k and enough space to hold a whole number. “k” is a variable because the values that this location have can vary. As well as setting up the right size of space for a variable, a Dim statement sets up all the things that can be done with the variable according to its data type. In this case Dim statement sets up all the things that can be done with a whole numbers. In Pascal the variables are declared using VAR instead of using Dim. The following

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The FCAT data provided valuable information about our classes and our school as a whole. Our findings indicate that overall our subtest of Number Sense is an area of concern. Though more analysis of the test we can find specific standard weakness, but now I want to discuss professional development as a whole for each of the subtest concepts. Remediation is the tool for teachers to evaluate student’s misconceptions, re-teach the material and reassess. Mathematics uses previous knowledge from year

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of numbers is rather unknown and unlooked upon compared to the history of other subjects; we should learn of the development of numbers, from the basic number sense that some animals also possess to all the different numbers we have today. After all, it is because of numbers that we have progressed so far in science and it is because of science that we have all the wonderful inventions of today. From the far beginning, before counting, man only had a rudimentary “number sense”. This “number sense”

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