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Science

The idea of the exogenous growth developed out of the neoclassical growth model. The exogenous growth model takes into consideration aspects such as production and technological variables as determinants of growth. On its part, the endogenous growth model is based on the principle that forces the capital investment and the...

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Albert Einstein was a German born theoretical science philosopher and theoretical physicist. He was born in March 14, 1879 in Ulm, German Empire. He came up with the idea of general theory of relativity which is one of the two pillars of modern physics, the other one being quantum mechanics...

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Often, the creation of modern calculus has been attributed to Sir Isaac Newton and Gottfried Willhelm von Leibniz. However, seemingly unknown or even intentionally ignored, by most Europeans, developments in calculus were being formulated on a different part of the globe. India and the Middle East were all portions of...

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The first included source, which is titled “W.C.T.U. Blasts Drinking and Smoking, and Demands Power to Protect,” is an interesting one to consider in looking at how different groups wanted to change America around the turn of the century. The WCTU was a group that had some influence and wanted...

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My first impression of Columbus’ letter to Santangel is that he is a very thorough observer. He goes into great detail of what he sees when he discovers the New World. These details include the names of each new island that he finds, the distances that he travels in between...

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Since the beginning of mankind, we have been fascinated by the impact of gravity.The rule for weight of an object is the force F g = mg. There are different types of motion. In addition to gravity, there is projectile motion as well as potential energy. Potential energy comes in...

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The Enlightenment is one of the most influential periods of time across disciplines to this very day. In 18th century Europe, the culture exploded during this time and almost every major area of science, government and philosophy were irrevocably changed. Although this is by no means an exhaustive listing of...

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Introduction/History Operant conditioning is largely responsible for many modern superstitions. It is a process of learning whereby the consequences of one’s response determine whether a response is likely to be repeated. Building on the research of Thorndike, who developed a puzzle box examining animal behavior, the father of operant conditioning...

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On May 18th 1980, Mt. St. Helen erupted, killing 57 individuals (South Dakota University, 2013). According to the New York Times (2012) the eruption of Mt. St. Helen “was recorded as the deadliest and most economically devastating volcanic event in the history of the United States” (para. 1). A review...

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