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  • Current Sne in Kenya

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    Table of Contents THE CURRENT SITUATION OF SPECIAL NEEDS EDUCATION IN KENYA 2 BACKGROUND INFORMATION 2 Governmental support for people with disabilities 2 Other legislation to promote opportunities for people with disabilities has been drafted. These include: 3 Legislation 4 Key ministries and agencies responsible for disability issues 5 Policies 5 Programmes 6 Challenges 8 Recommendations by The National Council for Persons with Disabilities 10 THE CURRENT SITUATION OF SPECIAL NEEDS

  • Ccna

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    1. Refer to the exhibit. What three statements are true about the IP configuration that is shown? (Choose three.) The address that is assigned to the computer represents private addressing. The computer is unable to communicate outside of the local network. The network of this computer can have 126 hosts. The prefix of the computer address is /27. The IP address that is assigned to the computer is routable on the Internet. The IP address that is assigned to the computer is a broadcast

  • Intellectual Property and the Future of the Music Industry Essay

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    Corruption, Conscience, and Copyright: The Current State of Intellectual Property and the Future of the Music Industry “Today’s pirates operate not on the high seas but on the Internet, in illegal CD factories, distribution centers, and on the street. The pirate’s credo is still the same--why pay for it when it’s so easy to steal? The credo is as wrong as it ever was. Stealing is still illegal, unethical, and all too frequent in today’s digital age. That is why RIAA [Recording Industry Association

  • The Basic Characteristics Of Ip V4

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    Throughout chapters 5 through 8, many topics have been discussed in class and practiced on lab days. Starting off with chapter 5, OSI Network Layer: various topics are discussed which include; IP v4, the Network Layer, to routing tables. The basic characteristics of IP v4 are that it is connectionless, the best effort is unreliable and is unaware of the quality of its job, and it is also media independent. Time to Live (TTL) is the 8-bit TTL field that describes the maximum hops that a packet

  • Certificate From Plagiarism Checking Software V. Undertaking About Originality Of Work

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    TABLE OF CONTENTS Acknowledgement I Certificate from College Ii IDP Certificate Iii Completion Certificate Generated from PMMS Portal of GTU Iv Certificate from Plagiarism Checking Software V Undertaking about Originality of Work Vi Abstract Vii Table of Contents Viii Chapter : 1 Introduction ( page 1 starts ) 1.1 Project Summary 1 1.2 Aim and objectives of the project 2 1.3 Problem Specifications 1.4 Brief literature review and Prior Art Search (PAS) 1.5 Plan of their

  • The And Of Rock Music

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    They Might Be Giants throughout their career have been an incredibly subversive band. While many band’s highest charting singles might be about the perils or joys of love, They Might Be Giants’ biggest hit, 1990’s “Birdhouse In Your Soul” is sung from the perspective of child’s nightlight, musing on its job and on the evolution from lighthouse to nightlight. Their only two Grammy’s have been won for “Boss Of Me” and “Here Come The 123s”; the theme tune to “Malcolm In The Middle”, and an educational

  • Close Encounters of the Third Kind: A Review Essay

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    Encounters of the Third Kind. Well everyone who has ever seen the movie Close Encounters of the Third Kind has had their own close encounter of some kind. Written and directed by Steven Spielberg and Produced by Colombia Pictures in association with EMI Films. Colombia Pictures the same year is credited with the production of four other films which include Bobby Deerfield staring Al Pacino, The Deadly Triangle staring Dale Robinette, Fun With Dick and Jane staring George Segal and Jane Fonda, and

  • Key Stakeholders

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    U1 Assignement Where music industry begins, the expetation of those who are creating music also begins. Artist created music for pleasure, but is now a monetized industry, made up of risks and investment. 1.1 Key stakeholders and structure of music The music industry is formed by many different stakeholders , all useful and necessary to run this. The music must surely be first of all created and then later become known. To succeed in this there are some

  • The Music Industry and Technology: Changing the Way the World listens and Shares Music

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    In this day and age the music industry is constantly developing, especially with the new discovery of technology; changing the way the world listens and shares music. These developments, in turn, have both positive and negative effects on musicians who are desperate to make it in the music business. One of the most pinnacle developments in the past two years has been the use of Online distribution and how it allows unsigned artists to promote themselves. Online distribution has ‘brought about

  • Design of a Single Axis Rate Table to Measure Angular Motion of a Mems-Based Gyroscope

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    DESIGN OF A SINGLE AXIS RATE TABLE TO MEASURE ANGULAR MOTION OF A MEMS-BASED GYROSCOPE Final Year Design Project Report Submitted by M. Usman Ehsan Saad Mirza Sarah Nusrat S. Nabeel Hassan Faculty of Electronic Engineering Ghulam Ishaq Khan Institute of Engineering Sciences and Technology. May 2009. Abstract The following report deals with the development of a rate table at GIKI for the purpose of testing MEMS-based gyroscopes being developed here. This report consists of the initial