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It's Time for Education Reform My sentence is still being carried out and, as such, I am still gathering much damning evidence on the topic. Hopefully I will be able to compose a meaningful -- perhaps even persuasive -- critique of the system. There is quite a bit of bureaucracy and conformity to overcome. The education system is profoundly skewed and this is the second time I have experienced its most significant problem: placement and grading. Most educators place too much value on inflexible

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1795, he continued his mathematical studies at the University of Gö ttingen. In 1799, he obtained his doctorate in absentia from the University of Helmstedt, for providing the first reasonably complete proof of what is now called the fundamental theorem of algebra. He stated that: Any polynomial with real coefficients can be factored into the product of real linear and/or real quadratic factors. At the age of 24, he published Disquisitiones arithmeticae, in which he formulated systematic and widely

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provide a solution to this problem (Thoen and Lefebvre, 2001). 2     Origin of segmental reporting Four theorems that are characterized by an accounting or a financial background can be considered as factors that created a need for the segmentation of information. In the following paragraphs, a brief description of these theorems will be given. 2.1     The fineness-theorem This theorem states that “given two sets containing the same information, if one is broken down more finely, it will be

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parameters the sample must be large enough. [IMAGE] According to the Central Limit Theorem: n If the sample size is large enough, the distribution of the sample mean is approximately Normal. n The variance of the distribution of the sample mean is equal to the variance of the sample mean divided by the sample size. These are true whatever the distribution of the parent population. The Central Limit Theorem allows predictions to be made about the distribution of the sample mean without

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Fermat’s Last Theorem--which states that an + bn = cn is untrue for any circumstance in which a, b, c are not three positive integers and n is an integer greater than two—has long resided with the collection of other seemingly impossible proofs. Such a characterization seems distant and ill-informed, seeing as today’s smartphones and gadgets have far surpassed the computing capabilities of even the most powerful computers some decades ago. This renaissance of technology has not, however, eased this

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Kelsey Amadeo-Luyt Theory of Knowledge September 2, 2014 Prompt: To understand something you need to rely on your own experience and culture. Does that mean this it is impossible to have objective knowledge? As children we are immersed in our communities in which we are fed predisposed knowledge that has been passed down and developed within our communities or families for numerous generations. Not until we begin primary, or even secondary school do we start to formulate ideas and opinions

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perimeter of exactly 1000m, the closest I got to it is on the results table below.) To find the area of an isosceles triangle I will need to use the formula 1/2base*height. But I will first need to find the height. To do this I will use Pythagoras theorem which is a2 + b2 = h2. [IMAGE] [IMAGE] First I will half the triangle so I get a right angle triangle with the base as 100m and the hypotenuse as 400m. Now I will find the height: a2 + b2= h2 a2 + 1002 = 4002 a2 = 4002 -

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A Critique of Berger's Uncertainty Reduction Theory How do people get to know each other? Bugs Bunny likes to open up every conversation with the question, "What's up Doc? Why does he do this? Is Bugs Bunny "uncertain"? Let's explore this idea of uncertainty. Shifting focus now to college students. As many other college students at Ohio University, I am put into situations that make me uncertain of my surroundings almost every time I go to a class for the first time, a group meeting, or social

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with the measurement of 250m x 250m and the area=62500mÂ² Isosceles Triangles I am now going to look at different size Isosceles triangles to find which one has the biggest area. I am going to use Pythagoras Theorem to find the height of the triangle. Pythagoras Theorem: aÂ²=bÂ²+cÂ² Formula To Find A Triangles Area: Â½ x base x height 1. Base=100m Sides=450m [IMAGE] [IMAGE] aÂ²=bÂ²+cÂ² 450Â²=bÂ²+50Â² 202500=bÂ²+2500 202500-2500=bÂ² 200000=bÂ² Ã–200000=b

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formula linking all three sides in and icosoles triangle. [IMAGE] X X X=any number which is greater than 250 and less than 500 ======================================================== 1000 - 2X Using Pythagoras theorem I can find and equation linking a side to the area. ====================================================================== Â½(1000 - 2X)Â² + HÂ² = XÂ² HÂ² = XÂ² + (X -500)Â² H = height X 500 - X XÂ² - (500-X)Â² H Area 251

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