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    Unintended Results

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    Unintended Results Almost everyone looks with disfavor on slums. In certain areas of any city, one sees housing conditions that are distressing to say the least. Several families may be using the same bath and toilet facilities. Two or more families may be living in the same apartment. The buildings and apartments may be in various states of disrepair. Why do people live in them? Usually these are as much as lower-income families can afford. Some people think that this situation should be changed

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    Investigation into the Relationship Between P1 Exam Results and A-level Results Aim My aim is to investigate the relationship between scores in the P1 exam and the final score obtained in the A-level exam. I have obtained a table of 249 students which tells me their results in the P1 exam and their final mark for the A-level, from the schoolÂ’s maths department. I wish to investigate this relationship as I have taken my P1 exam and will be completing my A-level maths year. This would

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    Mobilize Leaders to Accelerate Results http://www.iveybusinessjournal.com/view_article.asp?intArticle_ID=538 In this article coauthors, Brian Brittain, John Swain and Janice Simpson outline three tactics that have succeeded in unleashing productive energy and accelerating business results for organizations that have used them in a conscious and disciplined manner. Moreover, the ideas discussed in the writing are heavily related to the concepts confered by Chapter 12 in the textbook referring to

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    Isolation and Its Results in Poe's The Raven

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    Isolation and Its Results in Poe's The Raven The noticeable characteristic of the speaker in "The Raven" by Edgar Allen Poe is his stand-offishness.  He cuts himself off from the outside world, not because the world itself is terrible but because of his inward problems.  This seclusion can bring ugly internal demons to the surface.  The complications resulting from isolation can include sadness, fear, despair, anger, insanity, self-torture, and feelings of entrapment.  Each of these can be seen

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    Beneficial Results of a Tactical Failure When I first examined this assignment, I decided that I would make some piece of pottery that I believed would have been useful to my ancestors. I wanted to make something simple, as I had no experience working with clay. I thought that a small bowl capable of holding a small amount of water would be my best bet. However, when I arrived at Aura Ceramics my intentions changed. Once I sat down to make my pottery, I decided to make something I thought

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    Special Needs Research Results

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    Research Results The expert opinions of both classroom teachers and Salisbury State University professors were utilized to answer interview questions regarding students with special needs in the science classroom. The Maryland State Department of Education bulletin volume 10, number 6 states that 12% of all Maryland students require some form of special education service.(1999). Teachers from schools in various areas around Maryland were asked four questions regarding these students; the results of

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    Analysis and Results of Enthalpy Change ALCOHOL AVERAGE MASS BURNT (G) METHANOL 1.54 ETHANOL 1.02 PROPAN-1-OL 0.77 BUTAN-1-OL 0.69 PENTAN-1-OL 0.55 HEXAN-1-OL 0.52 Following the gathering of results, the enthalpy change of combustion of the alcohols was calculated using the equation from page 2: Energy Transferred = Mass of water x Temperature rise x specific heat capacity (4.17) Now to calculate the enthalpy change of combustion, the following

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    Wars - The Results Lead to Further Conflicts During the twentieth century, conclusions of wars created the conditions for subsequent wars. Whether it was the conquered or the conqueror, few ever remain content past an initial truce. Two examples of this can be found in the events that lead up to WWII and the constant conflict in the Middle East. The conclusion and consequences of World War I created many issues, which helped intensify World War II. The Treaty of Versailles, which outlined

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    thousand dollars? Our response to the interventionist's claim of unfairness should be that results or outcomes cannot possibly determine fairness. Here's one way to think about it. The Chicago Bulls basketball team has won the league championship five times out of the last seven years. There are twenty teams in the NBA league. Is it fair that one team wins league championships so often? By knowing simply the results of basketball competition, or for that matter any other competition, can anyone give

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    Relationship Between IQ results, Key stage 2 results and Gender in Secondary School Students Introduction We are going to investigate the relationships between IQ results, Key stage 2 results and gender in secondary school students. The school that we are using to gather information for our sample from, Mayfield, is a fictitious high school. However, the data that is presented is still based on a real school and real students. Hypothesis ========== I predict that this investigation

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