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  • Three Dimensional Space

    In this project I will talk about curves in three space, also known as curves in three dimensional space or 3 - D. Many of us are familiar with two dimensional space or 2- D. It is called two dimension space because it has two axes: the x-axes and the y-axes. Three dimensional space is represented by the symbol it is called three dimensional space because three axes are used to draw, and the three axes are: x, y, and z. Figure 01: Standard axes of 3 dimensions This is the standard axes of three dimensional or 3- D. Most of the time it only shows the positive value, though the negative value can be added. Three dimensional space use almost the same formula that is used in two dimensions. The formula that we use in two dimensions has…

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  • Nikolai Ivanovich Lobachevsky

    have pushed Lobachevsky’s research towards exploring the possibility of non-Euclidean geometry, although this seems rather far fetched as the two had never actually corresponded. [3] Lobachevsky became enthralled by mathematics, becoming a professor in the field, and ultimately a rector of the college. He enjoyed a relative fame in the mathematical community, publishing not only in Russia, but also Germany and France and eventually being awarded a medal by Nicolas the second. In 1832 Lobachevsky…

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  • Buried Treasure: Case Study Quiz

    Buried Treasure Ashford University MAT 221 Buried Treasure For this week’s Assignment we are given a word problem involving buried treasure and the use of the Pythagorean Theorem. We will use many different ways to attempt to factor down the three quadratic expressions which is in this problem. The problem is as, ““Ahmed has half of a treasure map, which indicates that the treasure is buried in the desert 2x + 6 paces from Castle Rock. Vanessa has the other half of…

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  • Agnosticism: What´s An Individual Religion?

    Whether someone partakes in the activities of a church or are atheistic, religion touches all of us. Our understanding of how our morality are formed is debateable, with how close an individual’s ideals are connected with their religion’s commandments it is reasonable to believe that there is some connection between the two. To claim that someone does not have ideals, that they cannot think for themselves of what they think is right and wrong is to many, a ridiculous statement which in hand is a…

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  • The Pythagorean Theorem: Euclidean Geometry

    Johnny Martinez Period 7th Pythagorean Theorem The Pythagorean Theorem also known as Pythagoras’s theorem is a relation in Euclidean geometry that are the tree sides of a right triangle. It’s the sum of the areas of the two squares on the legs equals the area of the square on the hypotenuse. The equation use for it is A squared plus B squared equals C squared.The Theorem relates the lengths of the three sides of any…

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  • Kaufmann Desert House Summary

    When looking at the floor plan of the Kaufmann Desert House by Richard Neutra, the first thing that was drawn to my attention was all the similar geometry, specifically the L shaped geometries. They were all different shapes and sizes, and were facing all different directions, There was a sense of repetition embedded within the floor plan. A central axis stood out, and it was obvious that all the L shaped geometries were rotated around this central axis, and then shifted off of it. Diagram one…

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  • Pheddo: The Affinity Argument In The Phaedo

    [Step 1] In the Phaedo, Socrates makes an argument that the soul must be immortal (78b-84b). This argument is referred to as the Affinity Argument. It begins at 78b in the Phaedo, when Socrates asks to which class of things the soul belongs. What Socrates means by the “soul” is the self; the mind (Phaedo 65c & 66e). What Socrates means by “class” is class of existence. This is best illustrated in another of Plato’s accounts of Socrates, The Republic, where his standard of measurement of…

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  • Personal Statement Essay: My Studies In The Architectural Field

    Architecture is more than steel and glass. The edifices that humans have built throughout history stand as a testament to the people and the ideals that embodied their society. Buildings are places where people live, work, and play. Architects play a vital role in how humans will interact with their structures. They will also have an influence on the way people behave within the space. Architects play a role in shaping the future of society by the structures that they create. By creating the…

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  • Pros And Cons Of Unlimited Spirit

    What is the Unlimited Spirit, Limited Spirit and Corporeal Bodies? We differentiate three distinct types of beings here. One is the highest good in which nothing can surpass. This highest good is God; God is the only unlimited spirit with no end, no beginning and is not limited by space or time. The unlimited spirit has always been and will always be. The limited spirits are all the angels and human spirits that have a beginning, no end and the human spirits are limited by space and time…

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  • The Importance Of Intake Assessments

    level will make it difficult for a significant number of clients to fully comprehend and participate appropriately with the questionnaire. Anytime a clinician is unsure of the clients ability to comprehend the question, it would be irresponsible to give any weight to the clients answer. 4. Is there enough space to write what is need in each answer space? The multiple choices format gives little opportunity for clients to offer their own thoughts or ideas. In the few areas where a essay type…

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