Mathematics homework and achievement: a Literature Review

Mathematics homework and achievement: a Literature Review
In contemporary world the connection between the teacher, the student and the parents of the student is becoming more and more important. Our era is the era of globalization and sometimes it is very hard to come to the importance of understanding between the three mentioned categories especially in the secondary education.

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Civil Procedures

Civil Procedures
Speaking about mediation and arbitration it would be essential at first to define both. Mediation as well as arbitration is an ADR (so called alternative dispute resolution).
Arbitration is the "method where the disputing parties involved present their disagreement to one arbitrator or a panel of private, independent and qualified third party `arbitrators`.

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Family Law

Family Law
I would like to discuss in this paper one difficult in moral sense situation connected with person’s life. First of all it is necessary to describe the situation in some details and then it will be possible to show own reaction on assumed situation and find out the rationale for me decision.

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Biological Warfare Agents

Biological Warfare Agents
Biological warfare is the use of pathogenic micro-organisms or their spores, viruses, bacterial toxins, infected animals, as well as their means of delivery (missiles, guided missiles, automatic air balloons, and aircraft), intended for mass destruction of enemy personnel, livestock, agricultural crops, as well as damage of certain types of military materials and equipment.

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Standard Form of Language and What Dialects and Creoles Are

Standard Form of Language and What Dialects and Creoles Are
Language is a complex system, which people use for communication and exchange of ideas. At the same time, different peoples and socio-cultural groups have different forms of language which may vary consistently. In this regard, it is possible to distinguish different languages, which differ from nation to nation or from ethnic group to ethnic group, but also it is possible to distinguish dialects and creoles as forms of the standard language, which is considered to be a norm of the form of language for a nation.

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Module 4 SLP Quantitative Reasoning

Module 4 SLP Quantitative Reasoning
The aim of this paper is to select and analyze a research article representing a quantitative study with selection of one or more null and alternative hypotheses and describing the statistical results of testing these hypotheses on the sample. For the analysis, the article named “The effect of reading comprehension abilities primary school students over their problem solving achievement” published by Ahmet S. Ozdemir in “Reading Improvement” was selected.

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Module 4 Case Study Quantitative Reasoning

Module 4 Case Study Quantitative Reasoning
The aim of this research is to represent the findings of already provided investigations and seek for the grant financial support as to proceed the investigational process the huge costs are necessary, which are impossible to get from the governmental institutions.

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Module 3 SLP: Quantitative Reasoning

Module 3 SLP: Quantitative Reasoning
The use of quantitative methods and quantitative reasoning may be very helpful in scientific researches, especially when accurate data are needed to obtain reliable and valid results. In this respect, the study of smoking may be one of the subject area where the quantitative reasoning is particularly important because the quantitative analysis allows to distinguish clearly the number of people smoking, the statistical information on the negative effect of smoking on human health and the identification of basic risks associated with smoking.

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Module 3 Case Study Quantitative Reasoning

Module 3 Case Study Quantitative Reasoning
Statistical estimates of reliability and validity of experiments are widely used to determine the importance of research work (Argyrous, 2010), and can serve as the basis for making decisions concerning funding the experiments. In this essay, the question of evaluating a pilot study of innovative treatment for treating late stages of prostate cancer and its subsequent funding is considered.

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Environmental problem

Environmental problem
It will not be a secret that environmental problem and one of the most serious in today’s world and building as well. The Community is seriously disturbed about toxic situations that became typical last time and environmental question is raised more and more often providing higher demands to the builders. It is important to note that these situations happen all over the world and the main responsibility lies with the owners and leaders of the building industry.

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