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February 9, 2015
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So Whats a Quad Chart?
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1) The four main events that I think are important during 1853-1926 are the American Civil
War, slavery being abolished in dutch colonies, fugitive slave law repealed and the
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A Right to Bear Arms?
In the issue of the District of Columbia vs. Heller case I believe the U.S. Supreme Court
made the right decision in not taking
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Solution of Homework
Problem 1.1 (A special triangle). Use the equilateral triangle and Thales Theorem
to construct a triang
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Solution of Homework
(Alhazens Problem). Given is a circular mirror, and two points inside its disk. A
light ray is emana
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January 11, 2016
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Solution of Homework
Neutral geometry
Problem 1.1. Encircle the statements below which are valid for any arbitrary incidence
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February 10, 2016
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Solution of Homework
Neutral geometry
Problem 2.1. As far as two-dimensional geometry is concerned, Hilberts Proposition 1
1) During this time period there was many different things that were significant. One being
the Harlem Renaissance. This was important because African Americans were about to
show creativity through a
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February 23, 2015
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Solution of Test
Problem 1.1. The second part of Hilberts Proposition 1 states: Any two dierent
planes have either no poin
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Test
Problem 1.1. The second part of Hilberts Proposition 1 states: Any two dierent
planes
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Solution of Homework III
One line of information about Hippocrates of Chios comes from Alexander of Aphrodisias. Alexander was the teacher of
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Solution of Test II
20 Problem 2.1. Given is a quadrilateral with two pairs of congruent opposite
sides. Prove in neutral geometry that the t
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Solution of Homework I
10 Problem 1.1. As far as two-dimensional geometry is concerned, Hilberts
Proposition 1 reduces to one simple statemen
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Solution of Homework II
10 Problem 2.1. Prove the Four-point Theorem directly from the Three-point
Theorem and the Plane separation Theorem.
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March 10, 2012
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Solution of Homework
Proposition 1 (Hilberts Proposition 2).
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(a) Given
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September 24, 2014
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Solution of Test
Problem 1.1. Encircle the statements below which are valid for any arbitrary incidence
plane; and scratc
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April 23, 2012
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Solution of Homework
10 Problem 3.1. Given is a triangle ABC. Construct
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March 27, 2012
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Solution of Homework
10 Problem 1.1 (A special triangle). Use the equi
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Public Health Major
Article: Living everyday with a Chronic Illness
Production
Summary of recent research
Informative
Gave examples of the topic (chronic disease)
Representation
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February 24, 2016
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May 13, 2016
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Solution of Final
10 Problem 1 (Building up geometry). For an axiomatically built-up geometry, six groups of axioms needed:
I. Axio
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October 30, 2015
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Solution of Test
Figure 1: Central and circumference angle of a circular arc, both obtained as differences
Problem 2.1. Com
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December 25, 2012
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Solution of Final
Figure 1: Dissection proof of the Pythagorean theorem in a special case
10 Problem 1. Given is a right triangle ABC with angle = 6
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