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    Business Math

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    also helpful for companies and organizations to make data driven decisions that ultimately relate to logistics, supply chains and warehousing. Business math differs from other types of math’s because it consists of more advanced mathematics such as matrix algebra, linear programming and mathematics of finance. Thus, it is perfect to use in the business management field. Not only is Business math a very important type of mathematics but so is Financial Mathematics because they two form important…

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    Compare and contrast The Matrix with the readings from Plato and Descartes. What are some similarities and differences? The biggest similarity among The Matrix, Descartes’ musings and Plato’s cave analogy is that all three of these works doubt the reality of the world around us and raise the question of whether the reality we experience through our senses in tangible and objective, or is it just an illusion we create. The Matrix is the story about Neo who is thrown into this computer…

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    it does not exist and is merely a construction by machines. Life inside the Matrix is similar to that of the end of the 20th century yet it is a computer generated dream world built to keep humans under control in order to change them into energy. While connected to the Matrix humans are none the wiser about the fact that what they perceive to be reality is actually just a façade. The real world, the world outside the Matrix, on the other hand is a barren wasteland, a dead earth with no sun and…

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    free will? In this essay I am going to explore this philosophical contention. Firstly, I will present a personally preferred definition of fatalism. Secondly, I will summarise the argument by Theodore Schick; that fatalism is true in the world of the Matrix and explain why I think this is an unsuccessful argument. Finally, I intend to discuss why I think fatalism is false in our current world providing reasons for my answer. Fatalism is a philosophical principle that states all events and…

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    The alarm next to my bed sounded. Looking up, the clock read 6:00. Time to wake up. Time to save the world. I might not look like much. Average height, average build, and an unmemorable face. None of that matters in the Matrix though. In the Matrix, you can be anything. In the Matrix, I am the most elite hacker in the world. Hacking isn 't like what it used to be. Used to be AI sat there covered in their ice and all you had to do was run a program to break through without leaving a trace. Not…

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    The process of becoming enlightened was challenging for the prisoner, it create many obstacles for him to overcome. For example, he had to adjust to the light, in order for him to see clearly. In The Matrix, Neo goes through a relatable process as the escapee prisoner. Neo is taking out of the Matrix, and is shown the real world guided by Morpheus. The real world is actually a revolution between artificial intelligence who disguise themselves as federal agents and the human race. Neo is first…

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    With the matrix structure, it overlaps both the functional design, which is what Omidyar initially started out with and the divisional design. Within the matrix structure method, employees belong to at least two groups at the same time. For example, within the functional areas Omidyar set up initially, someone in finance could have knowledge…

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    belief that he may be being tricked by something wicked. If something seems so ordinary such a square with four sides how could we know it was true. For example in the matrix everything that is seen seems to be so ordinary but leads to the understanding that everything is unreal. In Inception you see Cobb leaving within this “matrix” within the false reality he creates. Everything is ordinary and makes perfect sense that it is a replica to the real world. This reality mimics the real world and…

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    For my primary research, I accomplished two tasks. I noted how many violent actions there were in the movie The Matrix, and I gave a survey to see how violent movies affected teens. The Matrix research will be discussed in this paragraph. I tallied the number of violent acts and a brief description of each violent act. The results will be discussed in the next paragraph. During the 2 hour long movie which was made in 1999, there were 40 instances of violence and I wrote a brief description of…

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    After reading many books from some of greatest philosophers such as Descartes, Plato, Chuang Tzu, Thich Nhat Hanh, Wachowski Brothers the director of the Matrix and so forth, my mind is wondering with one big question that has been always rotating above my head during my philosophy and film class. That one big question is to define real, how do we define real? Is it merely real that we want to know about? How about the meaning of a true real? How do we know that we are really being in this world…

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