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  • Parallel Lines In Euclid's Elements

    plane and being produced indefinitely in both directions, do not meet one another in either direction.” Euclid defines about parallel lines at last of his definition of Book I which he uses to prove a lot of his proposition. He proves two lines are parallel lines in proposition 27 and uses parallel lines properties in every proposition after that. Therefore, this paper seeks to discover why Euclid introduce about parallel lines in his proposition, and how parallel lines properties help him to delve deeper in his proposition. Parallel lines make a lot of angles equal to one another. If a straight lines falls on two lines parallel…

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  • Counter Euclid's Elements

    use skepticism when learning and to question the material they are analyzing. In the work, Elements, by Euclid, the author structures his argument and thesis around predetermined or defined terms that are his initial chapters of the work. The ability to define these terms helps clarify…

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  • Should Students Wear Id Badges In Schools

    finds out you don’t have your ID? Throughout the duration of this school year, Euclid High School faculty has been pushing to get students to wear their ID badges. Teachers have become extraordinarily strict about wearing IDs. Students sometimes brush the need of a ID badges to the side and believe they are unimportant. Above all, security should be a main concern in the minds of everyone that attends school. I, as a student of Euclid High School, support the usage of identification badges…

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  • Euclid's Extramission Theory

    highly influential, supported intromission theory, the bulk of antique thinkers were extramissionists (even after Aristotle’s time) so we cannot look at their success as indicative of general acceptance of intromissionism. Beyond the extramission and intromission conflict, Greek thinkers made great strides in their studies of the nature of light. Euclid’s Optics (written around 300 B.C.E.) lays out a highly geometric approach to the theory of vision (as one might expect from Euclid, who…

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  • Walk Two Moon Character Analysis

    George Bernard Shaw once said, “Progress is impossible without change, and those who cannot change their minds cannot change anything.” This is true for the character Sal. She has to go through many changes as a person, and that impacts her thoughts and actions to make her life better. In the book Walk Two Moons, by Sharon Creech, internal and external forces change Sal’s life. One of the most significant external forces that cause Sal to change is when she moved to Euclid, Ohio because she met…

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  • Euclid's Deep Survey Case Study

    Mission questions, Euclid will measure the geometry , expansion rate and structure growth in the Universe as a function of redshift. This map, spanning 3/4 of the lifetime of the Universe will complement the single snapshot at z ≈1100 made by WMAP and Planck. By combining the use of Redshift measurements (4.1), Weak gravitational lensing (4.2) and Baryonic Acoustic Oscillations (4.3), both Dark Energy (DE) and Dark Matter(DM) will be investigated in the following tasks: 1. Construct a…

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  • Influence Of Ancient Greece

    League to rebuild the demolished Athenian Acropolis, now known as the Parthenon (Document 7). This was a defining moment in Ancient Greek history as this sacred building was the epitome of the Ancient Greeks. The Parthenon represented the power of Athens and the Athenians. The distinct white marbled column design of the Parthenon was later used as inspiration to many modern buildings such as the White House or the Lincoln Memorial located in the nation’s capital. Greek-inspired architecture and…

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  • Reflection On The Dominant Discourse

    trying anymore. Even after I came here I still had the same mindset that I would be leaving soon, so there was no point in making friends that I would never keep in touch with when I left. This made me focus a lot more on my school work because even though people will come and go, your education should not be affected by it. Although, you can learn many things from people that you are not taught in school. I did not learn them as quickly as other children because I still had the same mentality…

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  • Museum Of Contemporary Art Essay

    The Museum of Contemporary Art is a contemporary art museum in Cleveland Ohio on Euclid Avenue. It was founded in 1968 by Nina Castelli Sundell and Marjorie Talalay, who started the small for-profit gallery in a former dry-cleaning store on Euclid Ave. The gallery has moved several times since then, before finally finding its way back to a location near its original one on Euclid Ave in 2012. The new building is a thirty four thousand square foot, four story tall building made of black stainless…

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  • Freedom Vs Determinism

    moment of our lives may be planned out. So am I supposed to be typing this essay at this exact moment and are you supposed to be reading this exact sentence. If this is the case then to me there is a bigger question that should be asked. What is the point of having dreams if everything is already set? The types of determinism can vary like soft determinism is often used to describe that people do have a choice, but their behavior is always subject to some form of pressure.Determinism itself has…

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