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...? **GEOMETRY** Introduction **Geometry** is a branch of measure mathematics that revolves in and around size, **shape**, relative figure’s position, together with properties of space. It is one of the oldest branches of mathematics that originated from the ancient Greek among the mathematics scientists. Initially, it dealt with areas, volumes, and lengths but in the 3 BC, **geometry** took a new path as a result of efforts from Mathematicians such as Euclid with his Euclidean **geometry**. He laid down the foundation of today's **geometry**; absolute **geometry** is type of **geometry** that has developed in the recent years by...

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...?Comments on **blog** **entries** In his **blog** **entry** about the way social media is used by different companies to enhance cooperation, knowledge transfer, andinnovation, Adam Longworth manages in both making some points clearer and leaving some points unexplained. In respect to what is meant by social media and how many famous conglomerates like Nokia, IBM, and HP use such relatively inexpensive but widely available tools, Longworth manages in explaining these basic questions and also addresses the first half of the question in the title which is how do organizations use social media. However in respect to second half of the question which is how social media fosters cooperation,...

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...below. According to research, multimedia is the combination of various elements with interactive components (Asian Development Bank 7). These elements can offer the consumer a more stimulating and vibrant web encounter, but like with everything, control is important. However, various multimedia elements need exceptional software development. It is unlawful to use pictures lacking the consent of either the photojournalist or the holder of the pictures. It is thus vital to attain authorization before an image is used for **e**-**learning** processes. Line art is the greatest rudimentary growth mass of official examination. It can be employed to develop more multifaceted **shapes** or to lead the eye...

3 Pages(750 words)Assignment

...Introduction **E**- **Learning** is the use of the internet and computers for educational purposes, and with the advancement of technology, it is becoming a dominant form of education all over the world. Wireless internet has further brought about increase in internet **learning** since people are able to **learn** virtually from any location provided there is wireless technology (Holmes, 2006). Software such as blackboard system has enabled students to be in contact virtually with their professors, and this has influenced the use of internet **learning** largely (Markovic, 2007). Despite the numerous advantages that internet **learning** has, it has been...

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...Quantitative Literacy Steve Beckman WGU QLT1 Task September29, A. Complete the following graphs:
1. Graph the following values on a single number line
• Value 1: 1
• Value 2: 0
• Value 3: –6
• Value 4: 3/4
• Value 5: –1.7
2. Graph the following points on a single coordinate plane. Make sure to indicate labels for each quadrant of the coordinate plane.
• Point 1: (3, –2)
• Point 2: (0, 0)
• Point 3: (–1, 7)
• Point 4: (3, 5)
• Point 5: (–4, –5)
(3) Graph the following functions on a separate coordinate planes.
Function 1: y = 2x - 1
y
Function 2: y = (-3/4)*x + 5
y
Function 3: y = x2 - 4... Literacy Steve Beckman...

7 Pages(1750 words)Speech or Presentation

...**Geometry** **Geometry** is a branch of mathematics that deals or attempts to explain and describe the **shape**, size, or relative position of an object in space. The study of **geometry** dates back to the time of ancient Greek. The Euclidian **geometry** for example originated in the 6th century and it laid the foundation for modern **geometry**. Currently, the study has advanced to include other branches of mathematics such as number theory, algebra, and topology. Riemannian **geometry** for example is among the latest braches of **geometry**. Each of the above fields of specialization has a different approach to the study of **geometry** (Mlodinow, 2002). Indeed, a good mathematician will view the different branches of **geometry** as mere tools designed to enable... ...

2 Pages(500 words)Admission/Application Essay

...be applied to preservice teaching, and if not, there will be problems in the design and implementation of **e**-**learning**.
Geçer and Özel (2012)
Not having enough ICT tools is problematic in Taiwan schools, a problem that can hinder **e**-**learning** delivery.
Suleman (2011)
The basics of **e**-**learning** are its various kinds of equipment and without it, **e**-**learning** cannot be provided.
Nayak and Kalyankar (2010)
In India, schools do not have sufficient equipment for delivering **e**-**learning**, especially in rural areas, and bandwidth problems are also widespread concerns. The absence of a...

10 Pages(2500 words)Research Paper

...**E** **Learning** Table of Contents Table of Contents 2 Chapter: Methodology 3 Research Objective 3 Research Questions 4 Research Framework 4 Research Hypothesis 5
Research Approach 6
Research Design 7
Target Population 9
Sampling Method 10
Data Collection Instrument 10
Questionnaire 10
Interview 11
Delphi Technique 11
Pilot Test 12
Data Collection Approach 13
Data Analysis Procedure 13
Time Scale for Research 14
Reliability, Validity and Limitation of the Research Study 16
Reliability 16
Validity 17
Limitations 17
Ethical Consideration 18
References 19
Chapter: Methodology
Research Objective
In this research study, the objective is to review and identify the technical, personal, administrative and financial...

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...**E**-**Learning** Research Objectives: The prior aim of the research study is to determine the various barriers that prevail in the procedure of **e**-**learning** in the context of the primary schools of Saudi Arabia. Moreover, this study also reviews the success factors that perceive to form an efficient **e**-**learning** program.
Research Methods: Concerning the research objectives, a quantitative research approach has been used in this study. Moreover, primary along with secondary sources have been adopted as a method of data collection. In terms of collecting primary data, a questionnaire survey was conducted with 362 teachers of Saudi Arabia involved...

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