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    of technology in MOOC, it became necessary to create a course with assessments using regular expressions and some without. The reason for the union of assessments with regular expressions and others that were not, is to check whether such expressions introduce problems for some students when answering questions, i.e., if they prefer to respond to other questions rather than those assessed by regular expressions. Moreover, the course called How to create an MOOC? Had no restrictions when admitting

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    Injection

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    An injection flaw allows attackers to gain unauthorized access to another system through the use of a web application. This access is possible because many web applications allow user inputs such as user login. The other systems that many attackers are most often interested in accessing are databases, but it could any system that can execute shell commands. This becomes really dangerous because everything we use is stored on some type of database, and once this vulnerability is exploited many people

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    Possible Explanation of Kierkegaard’s Reasoning As some philosophers suggest, an individual may only know what he knows through experience. What is sensed equals what is known. Because we understand things through our senses, then what we understand must also be expressed through our senses. We represent that knowledge through language. Language is a means of transferring our experiences to a concrete, literal form, so the sensuous can be made known in the psyche. To describe a snake (itself

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    Cisneros uses rhetorical devices in her story “Eleven” to not only explain the story but also to show Rachel’s feelings throughout the story. As Rachel talks about her past on her eleventh birthday, the various rhetorical devices serve to allow her to express her feelings to the reader, more so than if she had just used literal language in its place. Without the figurative language, the story would be much more simplistic, as it would be unable to convey the main focus of the story, that of Rachel’s

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    preservation of lang

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    class and gender one might think there is a specific role of language creating social distinguish. Different classes use different language so dose gender wise and your ethnicity wise. One would say that language role for authority is different from regular language used every day. People do not speak the same way to inferiors or superiors there is a difference in tone and how it’s used. Professional authorities speak in the same why as the person who is seeking opinion or advice. A person might say

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    Art And Mathematics:Escher And Tessellations

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    Art And Mathematics:Escher And Tessellations On first thought, mathematics and art seem to be totally opposite fields of study with absolutely no connections. However, after careful consideration, the great degree of relation between these two subjects is amazing. Mathematics is the central ingredient in many artworks. Through the exploration of many artists and their works, common mathematical themes can be discovered. For instance, the art of tessellations, or tilings, relies on geometry

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    The Fencing Problem Aim - to investigate which geometrical enclosed shape would give the largest area when given a set perimeter. In the following shapes I will use a perimeter of 1000m. I will start with the simplest polygon, a triangle. Since in a triangle there are 3 variables i.e. three sides which can be different. There is no way in linking all three together, by this I mean if one side is 200m then the other sides can be a range of things. I am going to fix a base and then draw

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    show what I have found. Length (m) Width (m) Area (m) 400 100 40 000 300 200 60 000 250 250 62 500 150 350 52 500 I will now further my investigation by looking at shapes of a different nature: [IMAGE] Regular Pentagon ---------------- The regular pentagon has 5 sides, and as we get 1000m of fencing, this means each side will be 200m (1000¸5=200).

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    The Irregular Methods of Learning the English Language Learning our language is something people start to do without prior instruction, usually around the age of one. A baby is overwhelmed with the desire to communicate with its parents and understand everything around it. Similar to a parrot, parents teach their young through repetition, often starting with the words mom and dad, or perhaps mama and dada. This practice has led many to believe that the human species learns its language by acting

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    ------------------------------------------------------ [IMAGE] A regular triangle for this task will have the following area: 1/2 b x h 1000m / 3 - 333.33 333.33 / 2 = 166.66 333.33² - 166.66² = 83331.11 Square root of 83331.11 = 288.67 288.67 x 166.66 = 48112.52² [IMAGE]A regular square for this task will have the following area: Each side = 250m 250m x 250m = 62500m² [IMAGE] A regular circle with a circumference of 1000m would give an area of: Pi x 2

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