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    Mrs. Coty’s idea of giving the students a chance to share their notes, thoughts, and methods regarding their homework was incredible. It allowed for students to see what was expected of them. Many students skipped the section where they were asked to round and very few drew a picture as they were directed to. By displaying the work of those who did what was asked of them and getting the class to discuss why this was helpful to them allowed for those who did well to feel proud of their accomplishments and those who didn’t to see what they could improve upon for the future. If a student wasn’t very strong on the math and didn’t really understand what they were doing as they did the homework, seeing the class discuss the problems and model the correct solutions as well as the steps to obtain those solutions would strengthen their understanding. By asking students to “add on” to another student’s statement, Mrs. Coty encouraged critical thinking skills. She asked students to go beyond the basic level and explain something in a deeper way, utilizing the vocabulary that they had learned and deepening the class’ overall understanding of the concept they were discussing. This also allowed for students to be directly participating in their learning Displaying examples of student’s work was also a sensational idea. It models to the class what kind of quality of work Mrs. Coty is expecting as well as praising the students for good work. Mrs. Coty may not pick someone’s work…

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    Poverty is everywhere. Poverty affects a large portion of people in the world. Consequently, the lingering issue may never go away completely. Because the poverty line keeps rising,(income ratings) there is an exponentiation of the number of people affected by it. As many would expect, the controversial topic of poverty and how to avoid it has been brought up in political arguments, debates, conferences, etc. But along with these perpetual conversations, comes false solutions, accusations --…

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    But you can also square both of them before you multiply which becomes 3^2 * 2^2 or 9*4 and finally 36. So, the TRUE Order of Operations is this: 1) Parentheses first 2) Learn Math (basically what multiplication, division, exponentiation, and the rest are really doing) 3) Do whatever you want. All this doesn't mean that we don't have a conventional order of operation in mathematics, but deciding to do multiplication before addition helps us get rid of LOTS of redundant parentheses. Also,…

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    Archimedes Research Paper

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    He had to determine and find out without damaging the crown, so he then realized that when he got in the bath the level of the water went up so he figured with that he could determine the volume of the crown. He was so excited about his discovery that he forgot to put on clothes and walked out naked. Now this story does not appear in his work but since we do not know much information on him it is still unknown because he had to use extreme accuracy to measure the water. Archimedes predicted…

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    Then again, Russian literature in the mid nineteenth century did gladly portray a gift of hindsight to the rest of the world 's ills, however, much of it was wayward and swayed between fact and fiction. Modern techniques nowadays would 've stop such shenanigans taking hold. In accordance to the author, obviously, Dostoevsky 's fiction is closer to the truth - Williams goes further still, he feverishly announces... 'closer to the truth than God intends, ' really? Bang goes God 's omnipotence…

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    RSA

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    known as asymmetric cryptography. Asymmetric cryptography uses a public key and a private key. This two key is linked by a mathematical formula. Both of the keys can be used to encrypt and decrypt messages. If the public key is use to encrypt the message, then the message can only be decrypt by the private message. It means that if one key is use to encrypt, then the other key must be used to decrypt. RSA algorithm can also be used for digital signatures. RSA uses a complex mathematical formula…

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    • The value of X is transformed by receiver to sender. • The sender and receiver have to check whether X =ga mod n and Y =gb mod n hold or not, respectively. 3.3.3 Cryptanalysis Of Tseng’s Modified Key Agreement Protocol From Tseng’s point of view , with the modified protocol, when intruder (attacker) receives X1(X1 =g aQ mod n) from A (sender). The value of (X=X1Q^-1 mod n =ga mod n ) is computed by the intruder and then sends it to sender in the verification steps of the session key. The…

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