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  • Piet Hein: The Basics Of The Game Of Hex

    The game Hex was invented by the Danish mathematician Piet Hein in the 1940s. This game has been of great interest to mathematicians around the world since its introduction, including Martin Gardner who explores it in chapter eight of his first Scientific American Book of Mathematical Puzzles and Games (1959). The game is normally played on a board of 11x11 hexagons with two edges labelled black and the other two labelled white. It is a two-person game in which both players (using black and white counters) attempt to create a chain connecting both of their respective sides of the board. This chapter will stray away from the basics of Hex and instead explore a more specific aspect of the game: ladders. Topics to be discussed include general information regarding ladders, their formation, and ways to both escape them and defend against them. What is a ladder? Although, in this case, it isn’t a handyman’s tool for reaching higher places, it does somewhat resemble one on a hex board when completed. Ladders form most frequently near the edge of the board as a result of the defending player attempting to stop the attacking player from reaching that edge. Ladders are typically identified by the row in which the attacking player is occupying spaces in relation to the attacker’s target edge. For example, a 2-row ladder is one in which the attacking player is only able to place counters in the second row from the desired edge as a result of the defending player’s defense in the first…

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  • Becoming Chaz Bono Analysis

    Chaz Bono, a Transgender male, embraced his gender identity by becoming a man trapped in a woman’s body. Although he felt that he always was a man, it seemed that he couldn’t break the chains of self-insecurity that held him in bondage. It was tough for him knowing that he loved those around him, but he hated the image that he saw in the mirror. Chaz was willing to prove to people that he wasn’t always a woman, but that he was the brave person who didn’t care what others thought of him. In his…

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  • Femininity By Chaz Bono Essay

    “The boy I felt inside just didn’t match what she wanted- or had planned- for her daughter” (Bono 17). In addition, there were fights and snide comments from Cher about clothes and hair. He acknowledges that his mom seemed uncomfortable with his gender identity and this may have contributed to the repression of Chaz Bono’s challenging feelings. He felt his certainty of being a boy disappeared as soon as his awareness that it was “wrong” increased. This was reinforcement for the super- ego to…

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  • Analysis Of Chaz Bono Controversy: Dancing With The Stars

    Dancing with the Stars – Chaz Bono Controversy https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=198k0ZfhI8g&list=PL03D830CF6E2DF076 Chaz Bono, today 45 years old is a transgender man. In 1995 he publicly identified himself as a lesbian to a famous gay and lesbian magazine called The Advocate after which from 2008 to 2010 he underwent gender transformation. The Chaz Bono Controversy video publicizes that he was the first transgender man to participate in a television show called Dancing with the Stars that had…

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  • Analysis Of A Community Assessment Of Bono Arkansas

    community assessment of Bono Arkansas. Bono is located in Northeast Arkansas along Highway 63 bypass within Craighead County and has an area of 1.4 square miles. The town was founded in the late 1800’s by Alfred Bonner. The name Bono was actually chosen by a contest after the US postal service refused to issue a postal service permit with the original name of Bonnerville, as it was easily confused with Booneville (The encyclopedia of Arkansas history and culture, 2012). According to one long…

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  • Analysis Of In Ireland, Tuesdays Grace By Bono

    something horrifying. But most importantly history tells us that no hatred or crime are so big that we as human beings can’t cope with it and change it for the better. In the column “In Ireland, Tuesdays Grace” Bono describes the horrifying events that took place on January 30, 1972, a day better known as “Bloody Sunday”. It is a column written by Bono, the Irish lead singer in the famous Irish band U2 and published in The New York Times…

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  • Creativity: Established Psychologist Edward De Bono

    “Creativity involves breaking out of established patterns in order to look at things in a different way” says established psychologist Edward de Bono”. This creativity is what is driving our economy and society because novelty and innovation is what people crave and need. unfortunately this influential creativity is on the decline according to the “creativity quotient”, which has steadily decreased since 1990. A manner in which to remedy this issue is the implementation of classes which…

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  • Analysis Of Bullet The Blue Sky By Win Tek Poem

    “Bullet the Blue Sky” and “Minority Poem” are two poems which utilize figurative language, such as metaphors, similes, and symbols to artistically illustrate how minorities and third-world nations are treated by the United States and/or its government. “Bullet the Blue Sky,” written by the band U2, elucidates how the United States government employs deception and war to coerce foreign nations into adopting its political beliefs. Specifically, it elaborates on the journey of the protagonist,…

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  • Becoming Chaz Analysis

    struggling with Chaz’s pronouns, and not really knowing if she can fully accept this change. The diversity issue that the film raises is gender. The documentary addressed these issuses in many ways. Chaz Bono comes forward about how long and difficult the process is to legally change your gender and name through the state. When he was younger he did not know that transgender existed. Chaz Bono constantly felt like he was out of place in the world. He struggled with drug abuse, confusion,…

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  • Analyzing Bono's Speech 'Burkeian Analysis'

    Reading Quiz 2: Burkeian Analysis 1. Bono employs many different strategies during his speech to unify the various religious audiences with each other and with himself, despite starkly contrasting experience fields and dispositions. First, Bono unifies his audiences through creating many different categories that link the different religions together and link himself to the religious and political leaders at the event. For example, in the beginning, Bono (2006) admits “I presume the reason for…

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