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..., added to the fact that the kind had previously taken back given gifts, and he could do so again. Therefore, Achilles believes that the king is not sincere about his promise of more gifts. The **relationship** with the gods is unusual in the context because his mother was a goddess and his father a mere mortal. It is also unusual river god attempts to drown Achilles for his hatred of all Trojans and the desecration of their corpses’ by denying them burial rites as he did to Hector. It is important to note that that the River god is the only god that wants to punish him, but later the other gods also regards Achilles in the same manner as the river god because of his excesses against the Trojans. The River god wants to deny...

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...of Tesco was 1.89. Sainsbury’s had a much lower debt to equity ratio at 1.19. Both companies had similar EPS ratios of ?34.98 and ?32.0 respectively. “Earnings per share allow **us** to compare different companies’ power to make money” (Investing-**school**, 2010). Part III The profitability of Tesco is more than three times better than Sainsbury’s. Companies that have good profitability are able to accumulate wealth. The liquidity position of Sainsbury is superior to Tesco. The high debt of Tesco and low solvency are both troublesome signs. My critical **number** for the comparison of the financial ratios of these two companies is debt to equity. The debt to equity of Tesco is 59% higher than...

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...**relationship** **between** the size of the square and the difference of the product of the corners Can we calculate the difference by knowing the size of the square Table 10 lists the results from the previous investigations.
Size of Square
Difference
2
10
3
40
4
90
5
160
6
250
7
360
8
490
9
640
10
810
TABLE 10
Table 10 demonstrates that there is a **relationship** and the difference in the product of the corners is expressed:
D = ((S-1)^2) * 10
Where D= Difference
S = Size of Square
As we have seen, no matter what size square is **used**, we can **use** algebra to calculate the **number** of possible squares and the difference in...

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...I.A. Measures of central tendency Data Set Q1) = Mode Mode 01/02 = 2 Mode 02/03 = 3 Data Set 2 (Q2) = Mean Mean 01/02 = 54.1
Mean of Class 02/03 = 48.5
Data Set 3 (Q3) = Median
Median of Class 01/02 = 3
Median of Class 02/03 = 3
I.B. Interpretation
For data set 1, mode was the measure of central tendency **used**. The mode of class 01/02 was calculated as 2. This means that the occupation that the answer, "2" refers to is the most common occupation that the students of that class held prior to entering the university or during summer. For class 02/03, the most common occupation is that which refers to **number** 3 which is a job as a skilled or semi-skilled worker.
For Data Set 2, the chosen measure of central...

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...doubt as to whether or not to **use** the product in the first place. As there are many products available to fix this sort of problem, any sort of doubt in safety, as well as ability to achieve solid results, can force companies into such means that they are faced with losing customers to other companies whose products are not placed into any question or doubt.
The health factors of **using** such drugs are a great concern to a **number** of different groups of people. In the quest of achieving greater sexual pleasure can come the real risk factor, to whatever degree, of contracting serious health issues that come from the drugs usage. As there are many companies presently who have yet to get...

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.... Inter-**relationship** of these three systems is depicted in Appendix 1.
Conversion **between** these **number** systems
Conversion from binary to decimal and vice versa
Conversion of binary **number** to decimal involves successive additions of **numbers** raised by powers of 2 while in reverse case, successive divisions by 2 (Ali 4). Proper methods are described as below:
Binary to decimal (from base 2 to base 10)
Raise every digit of the binary **number** with powers of 2 where powers will be the place value of digits. Add them to get the decimal **number**. For example:
(1100)2 = (1*23) + (1*22) + (0*21) + (0*20) = 8 + 4 + 0 + 0 = (12)10...

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...The Federalist **Number** Ten The Federalist **Number** Ten In his 1787 publication, Federalist **Number** Ten, James Madison argues that the chief vice of popular government is its susceptibility to problems instigated by factions that are special interest groups (Madison, 1787). Majority factions, in supporting their interests, sometimes undermine the rights of fellow citizens-minority factions. Madison (1787) is justified to argue that majority factions may oppress the minority for self-gain, prompting the necessity for a government to ensure fairness in a democratic society.
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...Full Everybody’s a Critic: A Response Hi Shawn, Your story is very interesting. It is full of action which made me quitelost at the start but as quick as the actions are, you have also made me see the big picture as soon as you got all the main characters presented. Your words are simple and easy to understand which I think is important in every story. You really have a writer’s charisma; able to attract readers and bring them into the scenes you are unveiling. You have successfully painted the pictures in my mind so that I am able to see and follow the characters as they move along. I can imagine how the characters looked, what they were doing and how they were feeling as I read from scene to scene. The plot was so perfect, so... Everybody’s ...

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...influence on the development of eschatological aspects in the Second Temple Judaism. Whereas Christianity is considered to be the offshoot of Judaism, it has also developed its eschatological notions from the Apocrypha of Old Testament, which is written by the Jews in the period before the initiation of Christianity. Not all the scholars accepted the idea which considers Persia as the origin of most of the Christian and Jewish eschatological beliefs. The major problem lies with the fact that some of the basic ideas related to the Zoroastrian eschatology are only known to **us** in developed form that were extracted from the Pahlavi source, which are more recent than the first Jewish writings and contain some eschatological...

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...Module 2 background of the of the Answer The vase of a **number** system basically tells one about the no. of different symbols that is **used** in a **number** system. A system which **uses** 10 different symbols is said to be a decimal no. system (ITL Education Solutions Limited, 2011). Similarly a system which **uses** 2 different symbols is called a binary no. system. In order to represent the base of a no. system first of all the no. is written in the parenthesis and then the base is written down as subscript. For example to write 46 which is a no. in the decimal no. system the correct way to write it is (46)10. The **use** of different symbols by...

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