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Often, to completely understand the importance of a mathematical theory, it's essential to know about the person who developed it. This category is where all questions about historically significant mathematicians should be asked.

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The vaccum lines go to EGR valve, PCV valve and vaccum advance on distributor. there may be more but the question is pretty vague so all i can say is go to google or yahoo and type in the search box "vaccum line routing for quadrajet and year, make model of your car".
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Many new cars have hidden meanings with the lights on the dash. My girlfriend's expects a tune up from a certified dealership every 20,000 miles. When it is time for the tune-up the car blinks the emergency brake light on the dash. Even if I tune the car up myself the light will keep blinking until …
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They felt unrepresented by the Versailles Treaty, in which not much was given to the Italians. This gave rise to nationalistic feeling and paved the way for Mussolini's rise 4 years later. Italy also increased land seizures on 1919 was followed by poor harvests in 1919-1920, and law and order began…
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%FOLLOWUPS% Hoffman, John Thompson (1828-1888) -- also known as John T. Hoffman -- Born in Ossining, Westchester County, N.Y., January 10, 1828. Mayor of New York, N.Y., 1866-68; Governor of New York, 1869-73; defeated, 1866. Died in Germany, March 24, 1888. Interment at Dale Cemetery, Ossining, …
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Father of Computers Babbage invented a 'counting machine' called The Difference Engine. This thing was spectacular. In those days it took a lot of people to count thing...taxes, bankers, areas of finance and markets...all about counting large amounts. Charles Babbage created his Difference Engine an…
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Nothing. That's a privacy issue. Unless the person is collecting governmental funds for child support, etc. they cannot be forced to divulge such information. Another exception might possibly be if the child's life was endangered due to a possible genetic disease.If you are no longer a minor then hi…
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Copernicus was from Thorn, Poland. Michael Montagne, his father, was Polish and his mother was German. These countries still fight over his origin.
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The following geometers were born in turkey; Thales of Miletus (c. 630-c 550) Anaximander of Miletus (c. 610-c. 547) Anaximenes of Miletus (fl. c. 546.)
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In the year 1936, The Turing machine was developed featuring computability and was considered a universal machine. I do not agree. There is no such thing as "the Turing machine", at least not as a material machine. It is a purely theoretical machine, it features, among other things a tape of infini…
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About the only effect gladiators have on us today is in the "sword and sandal" movies, or the footwear called "gladiator sandals. Some people liken gladiatorial combats with the present day sport of boxing, but the ancients had boxing and it developed along its own lines, with nothing to do with gla…
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Some of the others: George Boole, boolean algebra Alan Turing, developed concept of stored programming John Vincent Atanasoff, designed first electronic digital computer Tommy Flowers, designed Colossus the first programmable electronic digital computer Konrad Zuse, created German computing indust…
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Men can be grumpy for several reasons:Depression Diabetes Heart disease (can cause depression especially after a bypass) Male Menopause Other diseases such a thyroid, high blood pressure, etc. The start of Alzheimers or DementiaIf you can (and I know this one is hard as heck to do) get this man in f…
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Fibonacci was most famous for his contribution to mathematics, specifically the Fibonacci sequence.The Fibonacci Sequence is as follows:Start with the numbers 0 and 1, add them together you get 1, then add 1 and 1 together you get 2, then add 2 and 1 together you get 3 then add 3 and 2, 5, then 5 an…
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You can purchase a magnet on a telescoping wand that mechanics use to grab tools that have been lost. This MAYbe of some help trying to locate the run-away chain.Usually the p-trap under a tub is located directly below the overflow plate. Remove the two screws and try to fish a magnet down the pipe.…
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Englishman Alan Turing the "Father of modern computer science" provided an influential formalisation of the concept of the algorithm and computation with the Turing machine in 1936. Of his role in the modern Computer, Time Magazine in naming Turing one of the 100 most influential people of the 20th …
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The Laws of the Game do not restrict where players may be during the normal course of play. Any player is free to be positioned anywhere on the field.
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There are different possibilities depending on the details. If your mother died while married to your father, the property belongs to him and it would pass according to his will. If he died without a will the interest in the house would pass according to the laws of intestacy of your state. Usually …
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Sudoku is a puzzle with 9 rows and columns. The rows/columns are divided into 9 3x3 squares (you'll notice the bold lines; those are the things that separate the 3x3 squares.) that are indicated in bold lines. There are many kinds of sudoku. Sudoku was originally called Number Place. It originated…
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during the education process there are so many assignments and essay are needs to complete .This is the one of the difficult task for students.cheap essay writing service is the one of the solution for all the wiring problem associated with students.There are so many essay writing services providing…
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Answer I had this issue and there is a motor that ingages and puts it into 4 wheel drive. My motor was not working and I needed a new one at a cost of 900.00 installed. I also had this problem with my 97' Expedition.....the mechanic found that it was a faulty switch Cost was aproximately $140.00…
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To make an abacus, the first thing to do is to make a frame, the wooden edge around an abacus. Then add the separator, the wooden line about 1/3 at the top and 2/3 at the bottom. And then start making the coloum for the beads. Your abacus will then look excactly like this original Chinese abacus pic…
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Charles Babbage is known as the father of computing. In 1822, while at the Cambridge University in UK, Charles Babbage was critical of the navigation tables of the day. Most accidents at sea, he felt, could be avoided if estimations and guesswork could be taken out of the game. In other words, Babba…
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Charles Babbage was born on December 26, 1791.
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Start with your local library. Failing that, you can order books online. There are many biographies of Theodore Roosevelt available, dealing with various aspects of his life. Here are some popular titles: The Rise of Theodore Roosevelt by Edmund Morris Mornings on Horseback by David McCullough T.…
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Answer Shakespeare's works have been a major influence on subsequent theatre. Not only did Shakespeare create some of the most admired plays in Western literature, he also transformed English theatre by expanding expectations about what could be accomplished through characterisation, plot, action…
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Bernoulli Effect The Bernoulli Effect is that a moving fluids (liquids or gasses) have an internal pressure inversely proportional to their velocity. A venturi in a carburetor or in a HVAC system is a good example. As the air moves faster the air pressure is reduced. Aircraft do i like pie not fl…
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Answer Though she is and probably always hold the record as the longest reigning "Women's Champ" (over 27 years for one title...continuously [i.e. no breaks in championship service]), which would be a very viable argument for the distinction as the greatest female wrestler of all time, that disti…
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According to the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics the estimated mean annual wage for registered nurses as of May 2008 is, $65,130. This would amount to $31.31 per hour. Median annual wages of registered nurses were $62,450 in May 2008. The middle 50 percent earned between $51,640 and $76,570. The low…
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ACCURATELY measure a container into which your body will fit comfortably. Once you know the volume, fill the container with water.Lower yourself into the water, allowing excess to spill over the top then climb out. By measuring the amount that the water that has spilled over you are effectively meas…
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The computers invented by Charles Babbage were the Difference Engine and the Analytical Engine. Neither was finished in his lifetime but gave him fame as a computer pioneer.
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Charles Babbage made several plans to completing the computer in London. Babbage was born in London in 1791 and spent most of his life in or near that city, other than attending school (various secondary schools, then Cambridge University) and a short time after his marriage (when he lived in the We…
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Rubbed Amber Charge Friction strips electrons so the rubbed amber would take on a negative charge. More Actually, friction causes charges to shift. Charges are indeed stripped from something, but they are collected up by something else. Amber does, indeed, become negatively charged by rubbing…
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An inclusionary theory means one that includes every possibility. This is something that means nothing and no one are left out.
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Here in Nevada at least the cost to repair the damage has to be at least 65% or greater than what the vehicle is worth  It varies by state, anywhere from 50-75% of the car's actual cash value.
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Peano, Fibonacci, Gauss, Newton, Galileo (mostly physics), Euler, Da Vinci, Pythagoras, Euclid, Bernoulli, Archimedes, Descartes.
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Pascal was most famous for Pascal's triangle. He also invented the 1st mechanical calculator. The Pascal's Triangle is a pattern where you add the adjacent numbers from the previous line. 1 1 1 1 2 1 The 2 comes from adding 1 and 1 from the above line. 1 3 3 1 The threes come from adding 1 + 2 on …
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Isaac Newton was a physicist and mathematician who was born in 1642/3 (see related question for details) in Lincolnshire, UK. He studied at Trinity College, Cambridge and obtained his degree. He went on to make major achievements in both Physics and Mathematics. In Physics he is widely considered to…
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London, but he never built it.
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The word algebra is a Latin variant of the Arabic word al-jabr. This came from the title of a book, "Hidab al-jabr wal-muqubala", written in Baghdad about 825 A.D. by the Arab mathematician Mohammed ibn-Musa al-Khowarizmi.The words jabr (JAH-ber) and muqubalah (moo-KAH-ba-lah) were used by al-Khowar…
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The first computer network was build in Ukraine by Sergei Lebedev for the USSR anti missile system. The system was completely implemented in 1960.
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Comprehensive lists of the birth- and death-dates of the Founders of the United States are available in many traditional texts and online sources. Relevant dates for three of the most well-known Founders, however, are as follows: Benjamin Franklin, January 17, 1706 - April 17, 1790; Thomas Jefferson…
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Sir Isaac Newton was able to discover the laws of physics and explain it mathematically as a result of his inventions. His inventions included the reflecting telescope and calculus.
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If you want to know the full bio just go to match.about.com/library/blbiobabbage.htm its really good and i used it for a science project and got a A
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Newton CradleNewton's cradle is a device that demonstrates conservation of momentum and energy. It is constructed from a series of pendulums (usually 5) abutting one another. Each pendulum is attached to a frame by two strings of equal length angled away from each other. This string arrangement rest…
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Charles Strite invented the first pop-up toaster in 1921. Patented on October 18, 1921. His toaster was the first to incorperate a variable timer that adjusts toasting time.
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Answer 1Archimedes was KILLED by a ROMAN soldier in a war. Answer 2 It is said that it didn't happen like that. They say that when this Roman soldier tried to kill him, his shadow obscured Archimedes' drawings in the soil. Then Archimedes supposedly said that phrase: ΜΗΝ ΜΟΥ ΤΟΥΣ ΚΥΚΛ…
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Answer The youngest of 4 children, Christina was born in London on Dec. 5, 1830. Homeschooled, she was fluent in Italian and English and could read French, Latin and German. She is said to have been abused by her father, Gabriele Rossetti, who was an Italian poet and a political asylum seeker …
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The name is not BABBLE but BABBAGE. For a full history of Babbage, including the two Difference Engines and the Analytical Engine, please see the link.
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the 95 has KA24DE engine; yours is the same. you should be able to use them near interchangeably.
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Chapstick was invented to help prevent chapped lips. Without chapstick it would be very difficult to maintain keeping you're lips protected and healthy
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around 1170 A.D. In pisa, Italy
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he died in 1250 I HOPE THIS HELPS YOU :]
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Pythagoras and Pythagoreans Both. There was a man named Pythagoras and his followers were called the Pythagoreans. Pythagorean theories Yes, there was someone called Pythagoras, and those loyal to him were Pythagoreans, though Pythagoreans sounds more like a tribe of natives than a bunch of p…
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Issac Newton collected data connected with the moon's irregular orbit motions. He relied upon the refractory lenses he had developed.
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A Lactometer is a little glass instrument that tests the purity of milk based on density/buoyancy and works on the principle of the specific gravity of milk.
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www.factmonster.com/ biographyofsacajawea Mont Mandan
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It took Charles Babbage 9 years to get the computer right.
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Milller's Theorem is used to simplify a circuit for circuit analysis. Instead of one impedance, which connectes two non-grounded nodes, Miller's Theorem allows this impedance to be broken down into two parallel impedances. One impedance can be seen as Z/(1-A) and the other impedance can be simplifie…
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Hitler had 4 siblings who died in childhood, 3 brothers, Gustav, Edmund and Otto, and a sister, Ida. He had one other sister who survived childhood, Paula. He also had a stepbrother, Alois and a step-sister, Angela.
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Answer It does not depend at all on the brand, but it depends on the dealer. Most dealers do not make any money what so ever on the actual sale of the vehicle. Money is made off of the accessories and labor/services. Dealers sell the bike/vehicle for maybe $1000 more than what they get it for fro…
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One of Charles Babbage's jobs was as a Computer calculating navigation tables. He became very frustrated one day with the slow and error prone process of having several Computers calculate one table, then crosscheck their answers, recalculate and recrosscheck any errors found, have the printer type…
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it all depends. when starting off you'll probably make anything from $9.00 to $10.00 an hr. once you've been on the field for a while and you've become a master mechanic(5yrs) you could make $60,000 +yr. again it depends where you are and who you work for.
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Leonardo Da Vinci, Michelangelo, Raphael, Donato Bramante, Giorgione, Titan, Fra Bartolomeo, Mariotto Albertinelli, Andrea Del Sarto, and Correggio. Addition: Those above are the famous Italians. We should not forget Albrecht Dürer, Lucas Cranach, Hans Holbein, all Germans or Pieter Bruegel, Fl…
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he contributed astonomy and thinking in his mine so the people didn't have to pay a million dollars to do it on paper.this is wrong
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Discovering the laws of Gravity
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Baldur von Schirach was born in Berlin on 9th March, 1907.
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Dino Olivieri was born 1905 in Sinigaglia, Italy and died at the age of 57 1963 in Milan, Lombardy, Italy.
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The relationship between the velocity and pressure exerted by a moving liquid is described by the Bernoulli's principle: as the velocity of a fluid increases, the pressure exerted by that fluid decreases. Airplanes get a part of their lift by taking advantage of Bernoulli's principle. Race cars emp…
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In the year 247BC, the future emperor becomes king of the western state of Qin. King Ying Zheng was barely 13 years old when he succeeded his father Zhuang Xiang.his childhood was basically full of war and politics
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We are at the beginning of the third millennium of the common era (or AD, to those who prefer it).
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No, mine is already only about 3 days, but if I'm active it takes it about 3 more days to stop. It's because when you are active you unclog the blocks at the end of your blood vessels, causing it to bleed more.
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Aristotle studied logic and numerous amounts of psychology. Aristotle's philosophy laid out an approach to the investigation of all natural phenomena, to determine form by detailed, systematic work, and thus arrive at final causes. His logical method of argument gave a framework for putting knowledg…
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Not really known as it's a naturally evolved religion/belief. Scientists suspect that part of the human brain is programmed to believe in religion. This suspicion has stemmed from studying epileptics and the visions some of them have during a seizure. It may also be of interest for you to know th…
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you cant when your 14. when ur 15 you can work at McDonald though :)you cant when your 14. when ur 15 you can work at McDonald though :)
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Among the most famous will be 1. Euler2. Gauss3. Newton4. Hilbert5. ArchimedesOf course there are many many more but just about every mathematician alive today will agree that Euler and Gauss will be in their personal top 5 list.
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The beginning of something.
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its origins go back to the ancient Babylonians by using this system they were able to apply formulas and calculate solutions for an unknown value or values and i guess it was passed form there
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I think they make 10 dollars wallahi
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This varies. Okay .Pilots make up to $75,000 and really good pilots make like $100,000 !! Some Pilots only make $20,00 a year. A lot depends on your experience, for whom you work , and hours logged . Don't count on the big bucks without a few years of experience as a commercial or private pilot .
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Babbage was the first man to design and (partially) build a computer, and he did it in the 19th century. Additional Information: Charles Babbage is best known for inventing the Difference Engine and the Analytical Engine, machines designed to eliminate human error in mathematical calculations, and p…
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he made the fith republic
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vera razburgaj vera vocheenavera a singer an albanian singer and that's bout it*The most famous among actresses having the first name Vera that comes to mind is 'Vera Miles' of the 1960's Hitchcock directed 'Psycho' fame.Though there are numerous actresses that begins with the  Vera, it w…
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Newton was a famous scientist who came up with the 3 laws of motion and the universal law of gravitation.
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By making people realize how the solar system worked.
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Fourier wished to know when the Earth began: Fourier was much more a scientist by inclination than a mathematician. But he was intrigued by the study of conductive heat flow. Why? Fourier conjectured, as did the Comte de Buffon (Georges Louis Leclerc) before him, that the Earth had been formed from…
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Charlotte Angas Scott atttended Girton College in 1876. She attended because she received a scholarship.
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the most famoust scientist is albert Einstein...and the second is Galileo galilei
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Joseph Stalin grew up in quite a poor family. He was born in Gori, Georgia, in 1879. He was born into poverty that most peasants living in Russia were going through. He was his mother's fourth child, but the other three died and Stalin suffered from health problems as a child. This caused his mother…
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Archimedes was an intellegent mind as a child and adult in the process of growth Archimedes had skipped 3 grade levels and was on a high school math level. He grew up slightly poor but he was known to be related to King Hiero II who was at the time ruler of Syracuse until the Romans took it over. Hi…
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18 October 1871 (aged 79) at Marylebone, London England.
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it depends on were and for what your doing it for! Cheerlaeding, dancing, gymnastics, etc... I'm not quite sure but cheerleading choreographers can make about $4000 making a 2 1/2 minute routine! It really all depends though!
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A Communication Degree.
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