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Civil Liberties
VS
Civil Rights
By: Gregory Jones
Civil Liberties:
Defined as: Specific individual rights, such as
freedom of speech, protection against selfincrimination, that are constitutionally protected
against infringement by the government.
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One interesting fact I found out about prime numbers deals with something found in nature called the
Cicada prime. Cicadas are insects which hibernate underground and emerge every 13 or 17 years to
mate and die. There has been speculation that the 13/17-y
Okay, Im going to go with factoring out a
common factor. Lets make it easy and go with
factoring a binomial. For example:
3t+6
Factors of 3: 1, 3
Factors of 6: 1, 2, 3, 6.
The greatest common factor is 3.
Now you can divide each term by the common
factor
Assignment 6
Exercise 1: (2 points)
A researcher wants to determine whether adult Hispanic males, on average, have a systolic blood
pressure that is different from the general population of adult Hispanic males, which is known to
be 120. Systolic blood pr
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I am employing a very generous license with these fonts (the way I
think most software should be) for a number of reasons. Mainly though,
it is because I would be making fonts regardless of whether I was
di
One rule that took me awhile to wrap my head around was the exponent 0 rule. How come an
exponent of zero always comes out to one? Well here is what helped me make more sense of it.
Use the division of exponents rule first. So take:
2^5/2^3
which equals
2
One graph that is commonly used in my fire department is a bar graph that depicts various
emergencies. The x axis would have different emergency type bars (structual fire, medical,
smoke scare, patient assist, vehicle accident ect.). This would show how m
Unit VI Assessment Example
If two cards are drawn without replacement from a standard 52-card deck, find the probability
that the second card is a seven, given the first card was an ace.
SOLUTION
This problem describes a conditional probability.
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In this unit, you will be revising your Unit V Illustration Essay, but you will also be looking forward to the Unit
VII submission of your Expository Essay. Choosing a topic can be a great challenge to students at times
because they want to choose a topic
MAT 1301, Liberal Arts Math
Course Syllabus
Course Description
Introduces non-technical applications of mathematics in the modern world. The course is designed to cultivate an
appreciation of the significance of mathematics in daily life and develop stude
EGOCENTRISM
Lisa Jones
Columbia Southern University
You know how you are sitting at work chatting with a co-worker and they say some
things that make you wonder about their situation? Well that happened to me, a former friend of
mine had gotten me a job a
Explain the difference between simple interest and compound interest. Provide an example
of when you would use simple interest and compound interest concepts in real life.
Compound interest, is interest that is paid on principal plus all previously earned
This course discussed a variety of concepts and formulas to include interest, area, counting,
probability, and statistical formulas. Select one formula that was introduced in Units IVII,
and explain how or why that formula would be used in a real-life sit
How is the decimal expansion of an irrational number different from that of a rational
number?
The difference between the decimal expansions of an irrational number from a rational number is
that an irrational numbers have decimal expansions that never te
A. Find the number of square feet in a square meter? Explain how you found your answer.
1 meter = 3.28 ft. To find the square feet in a square meter, I first need to find how many feet are
in a meter. Once I found out how many feet are in a meter, I then
Go to the website Box Office Mojo by searching for the following
URL: http:/boxofficemojo.com. This site provides the top grossing movies of all time.
Click on "All Time" on the left side of the screen. Click on "Domestic." Click on the
"year" column to o
Cystic fibrosis is a serious inherited lung disorder that often causes death in victims during
early childhood. Because the gene for this disease is recessive, two apparently healthy
adults called carriers can have a child with the disease. We will denote
This question is a three-part problem. Please answer ALL questions to receive credit.
A. A computer interface for a Kawai digital studio piano has eight microswitches that can
be set in either the "on" or "off" position. These switches must be set properl
Explain how counting numbers, integers, and rational numbers are used in everyday life.
Then, describe a situation in which you used counting numbers, integers, or rational
numbers to perform a task or solve a problem.
Counting numbers, or natural numbers
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Math 104 Final Exam Review
1.
Find all six trigonometric functions of if (3, 7) is on the terminal side of .
2.
Find cos and sin if the terminal side of lies along the line y = 2 x in
quadrant IV.
3.
Find the remaining trigonometric functions of if csc =
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EssentialSkillsChapter 4
1. Identifyingpropertiesoflinearfunctions Section 4.1
Example: If f ( x ) = - 32 x +2,
a. Determinetheslopeandyinterceptof f.
b. Usetheslopeandyintercepttograph f.
c. Determinetheaveragerateof changeof fontheinterval .3, 49
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