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College Geometry - neutral geometry and Euclidean geometry... in the field. The field is also still open for more and more research as there are many contradicting issues as far as different **geometries** are concerned. This mostly applies to affine **geometry**, absolute and Euclid **geometry**. They tend to agree one side and contracting on the other angle ad these conflicting ideas may compromise the understanding of the items by scholars. References Eves, H., (1990). An Introduction to the **History** of Mathematics. New York: Saunders. Martin, J. T., Jonathan, M. and Blackledge,P., (1998). "Fractal **geometry** in digital imaging". London: Academic Press. Ball, W.W., (2008). A Short Account of the **History** of Mathematics (4th ed). London: Macmillan & Co.... ? **GEOMETRY** Introduction...

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Projective Techniques...? Running Head: **Projective** Techniques **Projective** Techniques Underlying **projective** techniques is the concept of `**projection**' - a concept that is attributed to the work of Sigmund Freud **Projection** basically relates to how unconscious and often suppressed beliefs can be transferred (**projected**) on to external objects. **Projection** can be seen as a cornerstone of much current management theory. It played an important role in Murray's identification of psychological needs. In turn Murray's work provided the theoretical basis for much early management research such as achievement motivation, competency based models of management...

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Geometry...**Geometry** - Pythagorean Triples A Pythagorean triple indicates that the relations between three positive integers a, b and c leads to the formation ofa right angled triangle in such a manner that;
a2 + b2 = c2
Where a, b and c indicates the three sides of the right angled triangle (as in the fig)
The equation holds good for sets of three integers known as triples. Since the equation is based on Pythagorean Theorem, hence the name Pythagorean triples. A well known example of such a triple is (3, 4, 5). This implies that 32+42=52
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Geometry...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...

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Geometry proj2...**Project** 2 Evaluation 32 **Geometry** 2 (MTHH 036 058) Part A: Other Transformations (24 points Draw XYZ with vertices X(0, 3), Y(2, 0) and Z(4,2). Draw XYZ and its reflection image in the line x = 4. Make sure to label the new triangle at X’Y’Z’. (3 points)
2. Draw XYZ with vertices X(1, 2), Y(0, 5), and Z(-8, 0). Graph XYZ and its image after a 270 rotation about the origin. Name the coordinates of each vertex of the image. (3 points)
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Geometry...Step Draw a line AB that we will be divided into 3 (in this case) equal parts. From point A, draw a line segment at an angle to the given line, and about the same length. The exact length is not important.
Set the compasses on A, and set its width to a bit less than one third of the length of the new line.
Step the compasses along the line, marking off 3 arcs. Label the last one C.
With the compasses width set to CB, draw an arc from A just below it.
With the compasses width set to AC, draw an arc from B crossing the one drawn in step 4. This intersection is point D.
Draw a line from D to B.
Using the same compasses width as used to step along AC, step the compasses from D along DB making 3 new arcs across the line
Draw lines... Draw a line...

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