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    Decision Trees Case Study

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    Decision Trees - Chelst Chapter 10 Exercises – Kimberly Matthews 10.1 – Sequential decisions: Present an example of a sequence of two or more decisions followed by an uncertainty. Should we open a bakery or a diner?…

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    communicating with nature energetically is in reality more compensating than the obligations that go with grown-up life. In great composition there are normally various conceivable topics. It relies upon how the reader sees the function. In "Birches" we may state that the subject is something like "the memory of the joy of youth is a relief from the cares of adult life." Or, on the off chance that one wanted to work the possibility of nature into a topic, we may state, "The interaction of man…

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    The character Tree-ear in the story A Single Shard is a poor orphan boy from Korea who lives in Ch’ulp’o with a wise elderly man named Crane-man and worked for Min the master potter that had several different characteristic changes and also even mental changes. From the beginning from the end of the novel A Single Shard. In the beginning, he is more timid and hesitant than he was in contrast with the end when he is more brave and forward thinking. Tree-ear was a curious kid at the beginning…

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    A Swinger of Birches Hardened by the daily toils and responsibilities, the soft innocence of youth is easily forgotten with age. Walking through the woods in solitude, a man lets his busy mind wander for a moment. With the sight of trees swaying in the wind, his mind understands that the heavy ice and snow is what bends the thin trees. But his heart wonders if it was a boy’s doing – climbing to the top of the trees just to bend them enough so he can let go and fall safely to the ground – that…

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    A Personal Narrative Essay

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    I did a few thing that I think that I will remember, and maybe not in a complete positive light. Once, I was spending some time with my friends on the Plum Island Beach. It was a cold day in March and we were playing a few games on the beach, and we find a plastic cube device that holds up docks. I decided to take that cube halfway along the jetty, and casting it out and using it as a raft to get back. This was not my smartest decision, because at that time of the year the water is in the…

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    What kind of journey is the speaker thinking about what metaphorical journey is going on? How does the speakers ideas change. How can the poem be related to the heroes journey? It seam that the speaker is explaining the life of a boy through his adventures with the outside world, specifically birch trees. In the first lines the speaker shows his attentiveness towards the birch tree. He watches the birch trees “bend to left and right.” The speaker examines the trees so closely because the tree…

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    shrubs. Without willows to eat, beavers declined. Without beaver dams, fast-flowing streams cut deeper into the terrain. The water table dropped below the reach of willow roots. Now it’s too late for even high levels of wolf predation to restore the willows.” This shows that the wolves were a keystone species and were essential for Yellowstone to have so that there would not be a trophic cascade. The wolves were the reason that biodiversity was increased in Yellowstone and they show how…

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    Morality In The Bean Trees

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    In her Romance novel The Bean Trees, Barbara Kingsolver alternates a pair of first-person narratives to tell the story of Taylor Greer, a spunky girl who leaves her Kentucky home and travels west. During her journey away from home, Turtle, a young toddler from Cherokee Nation, is placed in her care. The novel focuses on the pair as they make a new home for themselves in Tucson, Arizona. Throughout her journey, Kingsolver explores many themes; the debate of siding with morality over legality…

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    organic infrastructure for some of the planet's densest, most diverse collections of life. They support countless species as well as 1.6 billion human livelihoods, yet humans are also responsible for 32 million acres of deforestation every year. Why are forests so important?? 1. They help us breathe Forests pump out the oxygen we need to live and absorb the carbon dioxide we exhale (or emit). Just one adult leafy tree can produce as much oxygen in a season as 10 people inhale in a year. Plankton…

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    The Bean Trees, Barbara Kingsolver’s debut novel, was written while she was pregnant with her first child. The novel was published 1988, soon after the second wave of feminism, and shortly before the third wave. The Bean Trees follows the journey of Taylor Greer, as she leaves her hometown in Kentucky and travels across the country in her push start Volkswagen, to escape the traditions of Kentucky – such as teenage pregnancy, getting married at a young age, and frittering away her life. She is…

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