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College Geometry - neutral geometry and Euclidean geometry...? **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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Economics Theory Applications...Economics **Theory** **Applications** It is worth noting that just like economies that have developed time so are the economic **theories**. Even though the word “economy” may be old, modern economic thought dates back in time to the 1600s and 1700s when the world economies began their transformations from the agrarian to industrial societies (Samuelson, 1986, 2). Economic **theories** are of two types and these are microeconomic and macroeconomic **theories**. Microeconomics is defined as a social science that functions to resolve the problem of allocation of limited resources in a way that should meet the human wants that are normally unlimited. According to Mandal (2007,...

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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
Other such examples are (5, 12, 13), (7, 24, 25), (8, 15, 17) etc. Euclid's formula proves quite helpful in generating a series of such triples. As per this formula for an arbitrary pair of...

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Chaos Theory on Financial Forecasting...that surrounds us we need to focus more on Complexity here describes the way of acting on an occasion, not the result obtained. Handling complexity of economic particles, rather than assuming them as their act is based on an identical behavior such as strict rationality.
This outcome brings us to the fact that linear way of thinking may be a clear path to think but its progress is too straight to analyse systems that involve complexity. This handicap might cancel out the significant factors that affect the accuracy related to the prediction of destination point of the system.
**Chaos** **Theory** **applications** in economics
It has now been almost twenty years since economists first began...

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Learning Theory Applications...Learning **Theory** **Application** Key Ideas **Application** Learning **Theory**: Culture and Learning For teachers to understand who the are and where they come from, they must know how to use families/home as resource.
Kathleen Hayes introduced the “Memoirs” project to help her gain an understanding of her students’ family and cultural background which are vital information for the year. Parents were invited to talk in class which motivated the students’ learning.
Suggestion: Allow time for students to share their won memoirs to classmates in paired/group work.
2. A culturally relevant classroom creates a sense of belongingness to the school community helping them to transcend...

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Design Principles and Applications...Client Brief Requirement
Initial stages of a project that a client engages a professional contractor or **designer** in require specifications and reservations that the client has over the project. Throughout the **design** process, the ideas of the **designer** and the client are brought together by the client brief. Clients submit their own ideas to the **designers** who assist them in understanding the entire process through a well outlined explanation on the same. **Designers** encourage clients to forward their reservations since it is the first step towards the understanding of the needs of the client; because a **designer** works to satisfy the needs of the clients.
A client brief is therefore a rough draft or sketch of the project **design**... that the...

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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...**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... ...

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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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Applications of Graph Theory...that connected two islands to the mainland in Konigsberg. People wondered whether one could walk through the seven bridges once. Euler solved the problem by using the graph **theory** to prove that one could not walk through all the seven bridges once (Shirinivas et al., 2010).
Concepts of graph **theory** are extensively applied in models and study **applications** in different fields. For example, graph **theory** concepts are used to study molecules, atoms and bond construction in chemistry. Graph **theory** concepts are also applied to explore diffusion mechanisms and to measure actors’ prestige in sociology. In biology, graph **theory** concepts such as...

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