# Fibonacci number

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• ## Quadratic Formula Lab Report

of this quadratic equation is all real numbers, or (?∞,∞). To find the range, I evaluated the (h,k) which in this equation is (1/4, 15/8). I can see that this parabola has a minimal value of 15/8 and go up to positive infinity. The range is y is greater than or equal to 15/8, or y. The maximum/minimum value can be found by the output of the quadratic function at the vertex. By evaluating the vertex in y=2(x-1/4)?+15/8, I noticed that -1/4 was a negative number which meant that it had a minimum…

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• ## Knowledge Building Cycle Plan

I am creating this lesson for my 7th Grade Reading Class; there are 15-20 students per class period. I currently, do not have any EL students in my classroom; however, I do have a range of student abilities in my classroom. About 15% of my student body qualifies for special education. As a result, using the knowledge-building cycle would benefit all my students. Therefore, this is why I am creating this knowledge-building cycle plan to incorporate in my actual classroom. Identify a list of…

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• ## Personal Narrative: Escape From The Beast

Once upon a time, a little kid’s home was strolled by a malignant beast. The little kid was wary of alarming the beast, the kid would skulk around the beast at the break of dawn to escape the beast. But, you might ponder, what happened when the beast was startled? Hell broke loose. The kid’s adrenaline levels sky rocketed, with palms drenched in sweat and a heartbeat’s worth a mile per minute the kid urgently sprinted, like the lighting was about to strike. The forest ahead was without end, and…

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• ## A Rhetorical Analysis Of Sarah Aoun's The Huffington Post

Gender divides nearly everything, from colors to toys. The simple mention of the color pink conjures images of numerous ideas and stereotypes associated with girls, while blue creates the same for boys. In her article for The Huffington Post, Sarah Aoun discusses the extension of this division into the sector of technology in higher education and beyond. The opening of her article works to establish the presence of a pronounced lack of women in the tech field, Aoun then takes the reader through…

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• ## The Disappearing Spoon Summary

Sam Kean, a Washington D.C. writer with works in The New York Times Magazine, Mental Floss, Slate, The Believer, Air & Space, Science, and The New Scientist, has created a user-friendly book about how to explain the periodic table and the elements that occupy it by writing the book The Disappearing Spoon: And Other True Tales of Madness, Love and the History of the World From the Periodic Table of Elements. He provides an insight into the world of chemistry that relates to his audience, even…

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• ## Book Summary: The Preacher By Elijah Farmer

My book starts by introducing multiple important characters. The first character I will tell you about is Elijah Freeman. Elijah is the main protagonist of the story. He is is 11 years old and is the first child in Buxton to be born free. The story is written in 1st person and it is told from his perspective. Elijah is best friends with Cooter Bixby. Elijah is best known for being skilled at “chucking stones” and throwing up on Frederick Douglas’ suit as a child . Elijah is also shown to…

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• ## The Lord Of The Flies Quote Analysis

The Lord of the Flies Opinion Essay The copper face glimmered with a thin layer of soil, sweat, his bronze skin turned to a scarlet and his rough voice bellowed with rage as he swore to hunt the animals of the island, illustrated the carefree environment, he would have, and hypnotized the listeners with his audacity as he persuaded them that he would slay their beast. A good leader must have something to enchant his followers, and Jack had his persuasion in killing the beast. I agree with…

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• ## Number 23-Personal Narrative

Jayna sat near the fire that Number 23, formally known as the pig-thing, had built for them, as she stared into the flames, she wondered how she had come to be here and what had happened to her memory. Once the initial violent confrontation, with what she had decided were dinosaurs, was over and she had lost her fear (or at least most of it) of Number 23, she began noticing the changes in her self. She had been a late bloomer, most of her friends from her sophomore class were fully developed…

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• ## Deaf Movie Essay

What would it be like if all the movies made were deaf movies? Would it change the way you think about all movies ever made? So how exactly are Hollywood hearing movies and a deaf film the same or different? Next off the main aspects of this essay I think there are a wide variety of similarities and differences throughout both, and it might be surprising how. Some similarities between the two films is that they have the same plot structure, the same types of characters, and that the costume for…

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• ## Fear In Lord Of The Flies Research Paper

The boys in Lord of the Flies were afraid of the beast, but their own fear was more dangerous than any beast could be. Their fear made them oblivious to the fact that they should've been more afraid of themselves and each other. Fearing the unknown causes people to lose their sanity, turn on their friends, and begin to bully others. Even though Jack and the hunters left an offering for the Beast, it did not stop bothering them. Simon was affected by the Beast the most. He imagined the pig head…

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