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    Flatland is a world that lives on the two-dimensional plane, where its occupants which are geometrical shapes and they live in an exceedingly organized society sorted out into classes depending on the amount of sides of a shape. The storyteller and hero of Flatland, A Square, composes and writes from jail, complicatedly specifying the social association of his nation and relating the disclosures he has gotten from a sphere. At first, a Square meticulously portrays the social scene of Flatland, which is entirely directed by regular laws as managed by the Circles, the ministers that make up the most astounding class. As ladies are straightforward straight lines, the guys are full polygons. The Flatland society is composed from the isosceles triangles at the base, at that point the symmetrical triangles, square, pentagons, hexagons, higher polygons, lastly, the clerical circles on the top. By inculcating the Flatlandians to "Take care of your Configuration," the Circles look after power, restricting the opportunity of lower polygons and ladies through abusive arrangements and organizations, and quickly stifling any insubordination through regular executions. Then in Flatland, A Square reviews a fantasy, in which he imagines Lineland, where he encounters a line, who he at first missteps as a lady, yet discovered is the Monarch of Lineland. He discovers that the universe of Lineland is actually constrained to a boundlessly long queue, where just two movements are conceivable and…

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    The schema above is the dimensional model for sale business process of Healthy Food Company. This company sales several types of healthy food on the internet. The company has two business requirements. First, the company would like to analyze daily quantity-on-hand inventory levels by products. In order to meet this requirement, I designed the dimensional model by using the periodic snapshot approach so the company could see the quantity-on-hand of each product at the end of the day. This…

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    In today’s world we are exchanging data and communicating faster than ever before. In a click of a button we can send and receive messages or even video chat. Any device that can be connected to a network has the power to do so. Continuing our technology advancements, we always have the need to upgrade and improve our networks for many reasons. There are a lot more households using Local Area Networks (LAN) in this generation than past generations. Within a Local Area Network there are a few…

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    Communication can be traced all the way back to when cavemen lived in caves, but along the way, people stopped paying much attention to it. Groups, weather they are business professionals or student learning groups, tend to believe communication is unimportant when working on projects. However, as technology begins to advance, communication has become more difficult to understand and perform. The three concepts of small group communication include, competent communication, primary dimensions of…

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    Flatland is a two dimensional world, whose citizens consist of shapes like triangles, squares, pentagons, hexagons, and circles. This world is divided into a class system where the more sides or angles you have, the higher in class a person is. In Flatland, all figures must be regular and by regular they mean equal sided. Every shape is in its more honorable state if it has equal length in all sides. But there is the the rare situation when an irregular shape is born. Irregular shapes are…

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    As the OEM Company stresses the objective of implementing the C&K manifold project stated in Chapter I.2 of this Master Project Report (MPR), managing the C&K Manifold project in effective and efficient manner is very tough when there are competing technical issues related to Requirements, Product Range of Service Application and Design Changes. In addition, constraints like cost, quality, time and stakeholders expections are hard to balance due to the said issues. In order to come up with the…

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    Ned Kelly, you done the government wrong, For you held up the coaches that bring the gold along." "Go tell your boss," says Kelly, "who lets the rich go free, That your bloody rich man's government will never govern me." They burned the roof above him, they fired the wails about, And head to foot in armour, Ned Kelly stumbled out; Although his guns were empty he made them turn and flee, But one came in behind him and shot him in the knee. And so, they took Ned Kelly and hanged him in the jail,…

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    Zimmerman Presentism

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    He notes that it is his disbelief in the existence of past and future objects that drives him to adhere with the presentist view. Relativity’s four-dimensional manifold of space-time points is just a “theoretical entity” (Zimmerman 219) that lives within the context of a scientific theory, it is nothing but a concept, one that a presentist should be free to employ. As a presentist, he can continue conceiving of what exist only in terms of the particular privileged slice that is the present…

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    A theme of the novel Pulse by Jeremy Robinson is not to underestimate people. This theme occurs again and again throughout the novel. One example occurs at the beginning, before Maddox gets hired by Ridley. Maddox meets Olive Reinhart, the head of security at the Manifold facility. Reinhart is twenty-five years old, and when questioned why people of such a young age are hired to be head of security, Reinhart simply replies, “Killers are born, not made,” (Robinson 9). Afterwards, Maddox realizes…

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    As Russell reconstructs the idea of co-presence in the light of physics, mathematics, and cosmology, he appeals to the examples of non-Hausdorff manifolds and Cantor’s threefold concept of the finite, the transfinite, and the infinite in mathematics and to the non-locality of quantum mechanics. Thereby, he renders co-presence as an infinite fractal-like character. To be more specific, gleaning from Pannenberg the idea of the dialectical mutual indwelling of the finite and the infinite,…

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