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  • Y And Z Axes X Y And Z Robot
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    What is A Robot WHAT IS A ROBOT The term robot comes from the Czechoslovakian woodford "forced labor, " invented by Karel Capek. Karel Capek used robots in his plays and had them look and behave like people. Today, the word "robot" is harder to define because of new designs and technology. The third edition of Websters's New International Dictionary defines a robot as "a machine in the form of a human being that performs the mechanical functions of a human being. " However, today's robot makers ...
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  • Mutually Exclusive Three Times
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    Probability is the branch of mathematics that deals with measuring or determining the likelihood that an event or experiment will have a particular outcome. Probability is based on the study of permutations and combinations and is also necessary for statistics. 17 th-century French mathematicians Blaise Pascal and Pierre de Fermat is usually given credit to the development of probability, but mathematicians as early as Gerolamo Cardano had made important contributions to its development. Mathema...
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  • Programming Language X X
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    Each programming language presents a particular world view in the features it allows, supports, and forbids. This series of articles describes the world view of the Scheme Programming Language. This view contains many elements desired in a modern programming language: multi-paradigm support, comparable, reusable abstractions, ability to create languages specialized for particular applications, clean separation of the generic and the implementation specific, and scalability from stand alone utili...
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  • Part Of The Book Fibonacci Sequence
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    Leonardo Pisano was the first great mathematician of medieval Christian Europe. He played an important role in reviving ancient mathematics and made great contributions of his own. After his death in 1240, Leonardo Pisano became known as Leonardo Fibonacci. Leonardo Fibonacci was born in Pisa in about 1180, the son of a member of the government of the Republic of Pisa. When he was 12 years old, his father was made administer of Pisa's trading colony in Algeria. It was in Algeria that he was taug...
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  • Thomas Jefferson Vice President
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    Learned and thoughtful, John Adams was more remarkable as a political philosopher than as a politician. "People and nations are forged in the fires of adversity, " he said, doubtless thinking of his own as well as the American experience. Adams was born in the Massachusetts Bay Colony in 1735. A Harvard-educated lawyer, he early became identified with the patriot cause; a delegate to the First and Second Continental Congresses, he led in the movement for independence. During the Revolutionary Wa...
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  • C Programming X Y
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    C programming for the complete newbie Hello there im Kiss you may have seen me on irc. hackers club. com. Well I thought it was about time to write an article like everyone else. But unlike many others mine wont be on Hacking, Cracking, or Phreaking it's on C programming, you see I'm not the best hacker but I'm an ok programmer. So here it goes. This is based for absolute beginners so those of you like my friend Check wouldn't be interested in it. 1 st lets talk about some of C 's history. C was...
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  • Mind And Body Clear And Distinct
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    Philosophy Rene Descartes was an advocate of Dualism, which is a philosophy that states that the world is made up of two elemental categories that are incompatible, such as mind and body, which always exist separately. He wrote his Meditations with two central issues in mind: Proving the existence of God and proving the immortality of the soul through natural reason. The Meditations are divided into six separate sections that focus on different parts of Descartes argument. The first Meditation f...
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  • Amount Of Time Silicon Chip
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    omputers. I should start by saying that the Moores law is a theory developed in 1965 by Mr. Gordon Moore, one of the founding fathers of Intel. The theory basically states that the number of transistors per square inch on integrated circuits had doubled every year since the integrated circuit was invented. I should note that Mr. Moore predicted that this trend would continue for the foreseeable future, yet did not specify how foreseeable. In subsequent years (1970 s- 1990 s), the pace slowed dow...
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  • Commit A Crime Ability To Choose
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    Brain frees Humans The topic I wish to discuss deals with the freewill of humans. For example, say a guy has an enemy, which he hates. One day this guy makes a conscious decision to kill his enemy. Should blame fall on this man for killing his enemy? Currently, all places in the world, which I can think of, are built around some moral basis that holds a person responsible for their actions. Although, a hard determinist would have to disagree and say that people are not free. Human acts are cause...
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  • Wife Died Morse Code
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    The Alphabet is: A. - B - C -. -. D -... E. F... -. G. H. I... J. K -. - L. -... M N -. O P... Q. - R. -. S T U... - V - W. X -... - Y -. Z-. 7 8... 9 -. 0 There you have it! There are also punctuation marks but not included here. I History, the morse code was first transmitted from one point to another in 1844. It was developed by just looking at the printing press collection of letters and by counting each letter, a pattern was found where the letters E, T, I, A, N, R, M are the most numerous ...
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  • Positive Or Negative 1 And 2
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    INTRODUCTION: Basic binary digits Complements COMPLEMENTS INTRODUCTION: Basic binary digits are described as UNSIGNED values. This is because if you look at the string of bits (zeros and ones) there is no indicator whether or not this value is positive or negative. You must use an additional symbol + or - to indicate the sign of the number. There are some types of number systems where you can determine the sign of number without using an addition symbol. You can tell whether it is positive or ne...
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  • X And Y Le Monde
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    Ren Descartes (1596 1650) From 'A Short Account of the History of Mathematics (4 th edition, 1908) by W. W. Rouse Ball. We may consider Descartes as the first of the modern school of mathematics. Ren Descartes was born near Tours on March 31, 1596, and died at Stockholm on February 11, 1650; thus he was a contemporary of Galileo and Desargues. His father, who, as the name implies, was of good family, was accustomed to spend half the year at Rennes when the local parliament, in which he held a co...
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  • Miles Per Second Speed Of Light
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    When astronomers gaze out to the heavens these days, they see planets, stars and other celestial bodies. They understand how they move in relation to one another and the space they are in. This is due to the works of Albert Einstein nearly a century ago. Before then they were limited to understanding the universe based on the predictions, observations and calculations of mainly Isaac Newton. They were the backbone of classical physics, defining the world using the simplest of calculations. Newto...
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  • Thomas Jefferson John Adams
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    John Adams was born in the Massachusetts Bay Colony in 1735. He was the son of John and Susanna Boylston Adams. He was raised in Braintree (now Quincy), Massachusetts. As a young man, John went to School in Braintree and entered Harvard college at age 16. Latin, history, and law were his majors. As a disciplined scholar, he quickly learned a large amount of information about colonial law and government. Eventually he became a lawyer in Boston. In 1764, Adams married Abigail Smith, daughter of a ...
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  • Mind And Body Solve The Problem
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    The Never-ending Question: Are We a Mind, a Body or Both? Of all the topics that are currently occupying the attention of philosophers, the Mind-Body problem is at center stage. It is one of the classical metaphysical issues concerning the relationship between that which is mental and that which is physical. The simple question asked is: what are we? Are we a mind, a body or both? The issue has its origins in the ancient dualism of Plato and since then many solutions to the problem have been off...
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  • Three Types X Y
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    The problem is that we need to compress our programs while still having them function correctly and process items differently depending on type or class. The solution is polymorphism. Polymorphism in object oriented programming is the programming languages ability to process items differently depending on their data type or class. In other words, it is the ability to redefine methods for derived classes. The true rule for C++ polymorphism is that when one class, named A is derived from or inheri...
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  • Mutually Exclusive Three Times
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    Probability is the Probability Probability Probability is the branch of mathematics that deals with measuring or determining the likelihood that an event or experiment will have a particular outcome. Probability is based on the study of permutations and combinations and is also necessary for statistics. 17 th-century French mathematicians Blaise Pascal and Pierre de Fermat is usually given credit to the development of probability, but mathematicians as early as Gerolamo Cardano had made importan...
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  • X And Y Pythagorean Theorem
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    Calculus can be used to solve many problems. Probably the most important is solving real-life problems or situations. An example of this type of problem is a related rates problem. A related rates problem is a problem which involves at least two changing quantities and asks you to figure out the rate at which one is changing given sufficient information on all of the others. There are several key steps in setting up and solving related rates problems. Some important and helpful things to do are ...
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  • Back And Forth High Strength
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    WHY DO SKATEBOARDERS SHOES WEAR OUT SO FAST? Through out skateboarding history a sand paper material known as grip tape has been glued to skateboard decks. This material made for gripping onto boards also destroys sneaker soles. Grip tape causes friction between sneakers and itself, while making a grip and facilitating control of the board. Pedaling wears out sneakers like walking, but at more accelerated rates; much higher than walking. Becoming more circumspect, there is the factor of increase...
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