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...and therefore, it is important to realize as what is it that is integrated or summed up. It is essentially the product of the dependent variable (y) and infinitesimally small increment in the independent variable or ?x which is continuously summed up. If we know from which point to which point this summation is to be done, then we get a definite answer and this integral is known as definite integral. **Mathematically** it is expressed by indicating the limits or boundaries of integration as shown below. This is a definite integral with integration being carried out between ‘a’ and ‘b’ (a < b) for y, which is a function of x. This definite integral gives many useful parameters like area under curve, area of a curved surface,...

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...? Comparison Essay of the Visual Arts and Film Studies of the Concerned June 21, Comparison Essay There is no denying the fact that every movie tends to be a unique work of creativity and imagination, yet, it goes without saying that in a cinematic context, it is viable to compare some movies. In that context the purpose of this paper is to review some movies in a comparative context. **Proof** happens to be really an extraordinary thriller that delves and elaborates on matters of heart and scholarship. The movie in a vivid manner elucidates the true ingenuity of a **mathematical** **proof** and the passion and emotion that is intertwined around it (Ross, 2011, p. 57). The hallmark of the movie is...

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...Running Head: LOGIC Logic of the of the Logic a) b) A=B=C Introduction The aim of thisassignment is to determine the validity of the next arguments by using **Euler** circles, and then translate the statements into logical statements using the basic connectives, and using truth tables, determine the validity of the arguements. This has been done using the concepts of simple logic & **Euler** circles.
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...Leonhard **Euler** (Leonhard **Euler**) Leonhard **Euler** was a Swiss mathematician and physicist who lived in the 18 th century. He has contributed immensely to the development of **Mathematics** and Physics. Infinitesimal calculus and graph theory were his major contributions to **Mathematics** apart from introducing modern **mathematical** terminology and notation for **mathematical** analysis or for **mathematical** functions. He is also famous for his contributions to topics in Physics such as mechanics, fluid dynamics, optics, and astronomy. “**Euler** lost sight in his right eye in 1735 and in his left eye in 1766....

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...1. An instance in my daily life where I rely on the skills of rounding and estimating is when I do the grocery shopping. In order to get a fair estimate of what my bill is up to, I roughly calculate the value of each shopping item by rounding to the closest whole number. An occupation such as a shop teller would need to have sound multiplication and division skills because their job requires them to give and receive the right amount of change.
2. The concept of negative numbers is harder to grasp because there cannot be anything less than nothing, which is what zero is. An example of where it is important to understand integers in the financial world is with banking (Glydon). If someone spends more than they have available... An instance in...

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...**Euler** Buckling
**Euler** Buckling can be defined as the destruction of a thin vertical element which has come under compression, causing a sudden sideways deflection. Practically, **Euler** buckling is the sudden collapse of the structural member due to the exposure to high level of compressive stress.Euler buckling is normally described in terms of applied compression: one end of a beam is held fixed and the other end is moved towards the fixed end, eventually leading to buckled state. Metal building and steel framed structures are mostly affected by **Euler** buckling as they are erected structures. According to (Goraily,2008,pg 1- 17)“ **Euler** buckling...

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...1. I don’t get it. Some people are always jealous in their attitude towards others, because they have what they don’t have. They tend to make rumors(gossip) about others, because they’re not happy in their life. Well, for most of these people the priority is either watching TV. When the movie they’re watching is sad they become upset and gossip about other people thinking that they’re clean and never did anything stupid in their lives. They judge others and think that they’re perfect creatures… Other people are sorry of themselves, because they are fat and always bitching about their body but they’re not doing anything except putting food in their mouth and complain. Look, if you’re not happy with your life right now, maybe you... I don’t get ...

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...it is not easy to explain mind body connection by any science. The consciousness and its supernatural nature is what making the behaviour of human and animals so complex according to Nagel. The author thinks the scientific world is reducing the working of the mind to fewer complexes.
2.According to Aristotle **soul** is a substance which exists in the body which has life. According to him, it is the first actuality of natural body which has life. **Soul** is the essence of life and it has principles that all of the life has a source and is stable. The definition of **soul** as a substance is a fact because we know our **soul** is what makes us alive. Even after our death, we possess the...

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...different concepts; first is religious and the second is scientific. The religious people and scholars believe that the **soul** is immortal and it is really distinct from the body. They believe in **soul’s** immortality without any scientific demonstration or **mathematical** calculation. Descartes himself believes that the destruction of the body does not necessarily imply on the mind, the mind may survive the destruction of the body. This belief provides a foundation for the religious aspect of the afterlife. The scientific reasons for why a **soul** or mind can exist without a body also stand the idea that the body does not need mentality, thoughts, goals and knowledge to move. He...

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...**Mathematics**: Open/Closing Credit The credit card will largely depend on the credit card holder purchasing behavior. Your current card charges 16.5% annually. Therefore, interest charges on a balance of $5,000 will be given by:
This is the interest charged on your current card, regardless of the duration. On the other hand Visa Student Card charges a lower annual percentage of 10.8% after a 6 month 0% interest period. On a balance of $5,000, the interest will be;
Obviously, the student card charges a lower interest compared to your current card and even offers a grace period of 6 months interest free which makes it an attractive option. However, since you usually have a large outstanding balance, chances of defaulting or exceeding...

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