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    to the banks which holds a large amount of the sovereign bonds. Moreover, in order to defend the default risk from the sovereign bonds, banks increase the minimum capital requirement than before to maintain a sustainable banking system. Lastly, policy makers within the Eurozone make a consensus that the home bias relationship between domestic banks and sovereign countries should be minimised for increasing banks’ loss-absorption capacity and for reducing banks’ price distortions. Globally, the new Basel framework which includes new regulations and directives has been established by policy makers to enhance the defects of Basel I and II. For example, banks should improve the quality and quantity of the capital. In addition, banks are required to manage the liquidity of cash flows and the availability of capital. Moreover, leverage ratio is recommended to use for offering a safeguard against the risks associated with the risk models underpinning risk weighted assets. Besides, Pillar I, II,…

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    Leonhard Euler was a famous eighteenth century physicist who was responsible for developing many concepts that are now part of modern mathematics. He is acknowledged for many of the articles and books that he wrote over his lifetime. Leonhard was one of the top mathematics of the eighteenth century and the greatest mathematician to come out of Switzerland (Leonhard Euler Biography n.pag). Leonhard Euler was born on April 15, 1707 in Basel Switzerland. His parents were Paul Euler and Marguerite…

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    Abstract: - Leonhard Euler is considered to be one of the greatest mathematicians of all time. He made incredible discoveries to many subject areas, but most were to the field of mathematics. In this paper we explore Euler’s mathematical contributions including formulas/identities, concepts and notations. We see how Euler’s formula came to be and the story behind it along with Euler’s identity. We then explore Euler’s approaches to the Basel and Seven Bridges of Königsberg problems and his…

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    Born on April 15, 1707 in Bales, Switzerland was man names Leonhard Euler. Following in his father's footsteps he was studying to be a rural clergyman. “Though originally slated for a career as a rural clergyman, Euler showed an early aptitude and propensity for mathematics, and thus, after studying with Johan Bernoulli, he attended the University of Basel and earned his master's during his teens.”(Biography.com Editors) During his time at school, Euler found a passion for mathematics. “By 1726,…

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    physics, it is he and the men which preceded him that truly impacted the mathematical world of their time. “That calculus rose to its height of popularity in the eighteenth century,” is attributed to Jacques I and Johann I (Lick, 401). Daniel I’s accomplishments warranted him “the founder of mathematical physics”(Lick, 401). Along with their accomplishments, these men worked side by side with the most gifted and influential mathematical mind of the time. The following will discuss the lives of…

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    Leonhard Euler, a Calvinist mathematician whose work in math is still praised today. One thing Euler is praised for is how he made math so simple and was able to give an extremely in-depth analysis. Euler was born April 15, 1707, in Bale, Switzerland. Europe’s best mathematician, Johann Bernoulli, tutored him. Since Leonhard Euler’s father was Calvinist pastor, he wanted his son to follow in his footsteps. The reason that he didn’t was Bernoulli saw his mathematical potential and advocated for…

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    and pregnancies are six times more likely to end in miscarriage”(2013). Generally electronics are not made with recycling, or resource extraction from the product in mind. To recycle this toxic garbage, safely, requires large sums of money and, can be very labor intensive. Before continuing we need to examine some of the global flows. The Basel Convention was adopted on 22 March 1989 in response to a public outcry following the discovery, in the 1980s, in Africa and other parts of the…

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    Wilson (1917) This is a story of freedom and home. One might expect any historical account of the Jewish people to be one of oppression and struggle, and for the most part that is true. However, one movement would not go quietly, would not let this story end in failure. The Zionist movement truthfully began nearly the moment the Jews fled Jerusalem. However, this story will begin in 1897 when The First Zionist Congress in Basel, Switzerland urges “a public and legally assured…

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    Among our most intrinsic human characteristics, we strive to express ourselves both creatively and socially. Combining these two traits creates an artistic interaction between an audience and a medium. Cinema, arguably the most visually astounding form of art, not only stimulates visually, but subjects viewers to haptic and acoustic experiences as well. The film scholar, Thomas Elsaesser, makes various points in his book “Film Theory” describing several ways in which we can experience the film…

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    Xenophon acquired a “taste for war and a distaste for democracy.” His hatred for Athens lead him to the next logical step: to leave Athens at all costs, even going so far as to venture outside of Greece to join Cyrus—Darius’ second son and thereby the second in line for his throne—and his army in their attempts to secure Cyrus’ kingship in Persia over his brother, the reigning king Artaxerxes II. In contrast to his decidedly negative experience amongst Athenian Greeks, Xenophon enjoyed an…

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