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  • Math Like Me Essay

    Meela Kopp Mr. Morris Adv. Algebra 2 R3 12 November 2017 Math Like Me Hu Hesheng is a famous female mathematician from China. She was born on June 20, 1928, in Shanghai, China. Her family was very artistic. Both her grandfather and father were painters. Later, she would, like them, be interested in painting, along with photography and singing. When she was a child, the Japanese army invaded where she lived. Her family eventually escaped and had to live in foreign concessions. These…

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  • Hydraulic Fracturing

    more, it is easy to control the stress conditions and make artificial structures. Especially in large scale experiments, it is possible to build a full size borehole, or to control the development of hydraulic fractures, and the hydraulic fracture geometries can be obtained easier and parametric study can be quite handy (Haimson 1981). Field study is much more complex because the mechanical behaviours and geologic conditions and in-situ stress fields are different (Warpinski 1996). Although the…

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  • Biometrics Essay

    Biometrics are defined as systems that are used to verify and identify people using their physical features (such as their faces and fingerprints) and also their behavioral characteristics (such as their handwriting) [1]. The field of biometrics is becoming more and more relevant these days as the need to enhance security systems and to solve crime mysteries has become one of the main focuses in the research industry. Biometrics is a broad field on its own because of its wide range of…

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  • The Paradox Of Inquiry By Meno Summary

    Is it because he/she has always possessed it? For instance, in terms of the slave, how did he know the answers to all the questions he was being asked? It had to have been because either he had learned geometry already (which Meno responds and says he is certain that the slave has not learned geometry in this lifetime) therefore, according to Socrates it had to have been because he possessed it in a previous life perhaps. Then only, was he able to recover his knowledge in order to answer these…

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  • Analysis Of Socrates's Allegory Of The Cave

    1. There is an underground cave in which prisoners are chained, since birth, and faced one direction, with no leeway to swivel their heads. All that they can see is the cave wall in front of them. Behind them there is a low wall where puppeteers come and do “shows” with various objects. The prisoners cannot see the actual object that is being shown, however, they can see the shadow of it because of the fire that is also behind them. They hear the echoes of the puppeteers voices behind them…

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  • Socrates And Meno's Paradox

    Meno’s Paradox In the Meno, Socrates questions Meno about what virtue is. After Meno is shown that he does not know what virtue is, Socrates invites Meno to search for what virtue is together. Meno tries to show Socrates that they cannot search for virtue by introducing this paradox: If I know what something is there is no need to search for it; if I do not know what something is, there is no way I could search for it for I would not know that I have found what I was searching for if I did…

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  • Centrifugal Pump Lab Analysis

    Vibration Analysis of a Centrifugal Pump A.Naveen Varma1, K. Bala Bhaskar1, B. Sai Kumar1, G.Giridhar1, Vamsi Raja2, P.Phani Prasanthi3 1Research Scholars 1Department of Mechanical Engineering, P.V.S.I.T. Kanuru (A.P), India-520007 2Associate Manager, Kirloskar Brothers Limited, Pune, India. 3Assistant Professor 3Department of Mechanical Engineering, P.V.S.I.T. Kanuru (A.P), India-520007. ABSTRACT: Centrifugal pumps are among the more versatile and widely used products of rotating mechanical…

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  • Zaha Hadid Analysis

    Zaha Hadid, an avant-garde architecture, we can say and describes zaha hadid’s works are influenced by the early Russian Avant grade, she some people say that zaha has reached the summit in her career as an architect, she came to the architecture field from a western country with a new perspective way in architecture, the way that it should be don and the it should be preceded, the way that zaha think about Islamic architecture in a different way, she sees that modern architecture didn’t…

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  • Video Reflection: How To Rotate A Video Using Vlc

    Select the tab Video Effects Step 5: Once the Video Effects tab is open, click on the tab called Geometry Step 6: Geometry is the tab that we need to use to get the video rotation in place. Once the Geometry tab is open, click on the box Transform to enable transform. Ensure that the option ‘Rotate by 90 degrees’ is selected below. Click on close now to get out of this window. Note: You can rotate…

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  • Essay On Ancient Greek Society

    Unknown to most, the concept of Geometry was first used and expanded immensely by the Greeks. In its primitive stages, it was used by mathematicians in order to find the height of Egyptian pyramids. Theories and methods such as Pythagorean Theorem and the method of exhaustion allowed the mathematical branch to grow which also expanded its possible number of applications. Now, the field of geometry has evolved to such a great degree that we can do everything from…

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