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In Algebra, we have been learning about Equations and Inequalities, and how you can solve them in the same ways. Though, They’re both very similar and both very different in their own ways, which makes it difficult to find the differences. But, There are also many similarities between them. The way that the two are similar is that you can solve both problems the same way, for example: If you had 2x + 2 = 10 You’d solve it by subtracting 2 with 10, which would result in an 8. 2x + 2 = 10 2x = 8

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The unit we finished is called Cookies. The unit is about the system of inequalities, system of equations, using constraints, graphing, finding the feasible region, soling for the profit/optimal line, and finding the P.O.I. We began the unit learning about solving for ( x,y ) then subbing 0,0 to find out if they were true or false and graphing them to find the feasible region. Then we learned how to solve a system of equations using two different methods. In this unit we learned how to graph a system

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Today, gender inequality in the workplace still remains a popular discussion within institutional and social realms. In Just One of the Guys? by Kristen Schilt, through a variety of methods she shows how transmen are susceptible to systemic gender inequality even if they go through different experiences. Schilt performs in-depth interviews with transmen in the workplace to show how the types of experiences transgender people go through, good or bad, can be influenced on what race or social class

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Throughout the week, year 10 has engaged in a variety of activities from discussing social justice issues to chalk drawing in the quad and it is easy to say that it has been an eventful week for everyone. To start off, girls got placed into countries and were to act like a young citizen of this country. Each student had a chance to put their opinions forward as well as learn about foreign government systems and how different countries operate. As well as being in countries, students were also put

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In the traditional society, a woman who is not married would be cursed, but to Beatrice, that is a non-bothering issue to worry about. Shakespeare uses metaphor to communicate this idea where Beatrice uses a cow’s horn to mean men. She says that a curst cow has short horns whereas a too curst one has none, meaning that she is ready to be too curst. Hero, on the other hand, conforms to her condition (England 24). When she is denounced, she is limited with her condition and has to live like that without

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Brief introduction In this mathematical investigation, game theory is discussed. Game theory is the area of mathematics that considers methods of selecting best strategies in situations of conflict of interest. It is applicable to psychology, economics, politics, warfare. It is the practical nature of this subject that makes it truly interdisciplinary. It is the practical nature that makes it, in my opinion, worthwhile studying. Game theory is closely linked to probability and statistics, in fact

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PHIL 101 Lizhi Xing, netID: lxing3 The Falsehood of Determinism 1. Introduction On 20 January 2050, Jax, the worst android in the history of robots was sent to the supreme court of United States in the morning. After robbing five banks and killing over fifty innocent people, notorious Jax was accused of bank robbery and murder. However, in the court, Jax claimed with great confidence that he was not guilty. He maintained that he had no free will and was determined by his program to commit those

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