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200' x 300' equates to 0.0138 acre.
How do you write a reflective essay about math class when it has to be 300 words and you have run out of ideas?
Just talk about how/or what you do, maybe what you and your friends do in there too.
Population explosion is the most serious problem facing our country today. With 16 per cent of the world's population, India is toady the second largest populations' country i…n the world. As on March 1.1991, when the last census was conducted, the country's population stood at 846.30 million, with 439.23 males and 407.07 females. The country's population is currently estimated at about 950 millions. The population growth has been extremely rapid in the last 50 years. The phenomenal growth is now more appropriately termed as "population explosion". The phenomenal growth rate in population is largely because of the industrial and technological revolutions that had taken place in the recent times. The new technologies have not only brought down the death rate because of the vastly improved Medicare resulting in increased life expectancies, but had also facilitated increased food production to take care of food needs of the increasing population. Though population explosion is a major problem being faced by several other countries too, with the world population estimated to reach 7 billion by the beginning of the 21st century, the problem is much more severe in India because of the increasing pressure on the limited resources of the country. With the growth of food grains not keeping pace with the increase in population during some years because of the unfavourable weather conditions, the specter of hunger hunts millions of households in the country. Even when the country is fortunate enough to have a bumper crop, these hungry households do not have the economic strength or purchasing power to buy the required food grains. The phenomenal population growth exerts immense pressure on other basic necessities like education, health, housing, clothing, employment opportunities etc. With employment opportunities in the rural areas becoming scarce, population explosion is resulting in increasing migration of rural poor to the urban areas in search of jobs. The increasing pressure on the urban areas is giving rise to more number of slums and this is multiplying the problems in the urban areas as health is the first casualty in slums. To check ill-effects of population growth on the socio-economic front, the Indian government had lunched the Family Planning Programme in 1951. This was later rechristened as the Family Welfare Programme. This programme promotes on a voluntary basis, responsible Planned Parenthood, through independent choice of family planning methods best suited to the people. Though the Family Welfare Programme has resulted in significant declines in death rates and infant mortality besides almost doubling life expectancy, a lot more needs to be done if the population explosion is to be effectively checked. For this, we have to improve the literacy rate, female education and the socio-economic status of the families as population growth is directly linked to these factors. The fact that Kerala could make a lot of progress in checking population growth testifies to the impact of literacy on population explosion. The government should also intensify its efforts to educate the people on the adverse effects of population explosion. The population explosion can be effectively checked only when the people are inclined towards smaller families. With increasing literacy rate and improved socio-economic status, the people can be educated to adopt a favorable attitude towards smaller families. When this happens, the population explosion can be checked.
Start with an opening thesis statement. Make several major points with supporting details (one idea per paragraph). Use transitions between your paragraphs. Finish with a …rousing conclusion. Don't forget to check your spelling and grammar. I am not sure where you could find a 200 word essay on Jesus Christ, but a good place to start would be the Bible. Try looking at a Christian history book, that would give you a good example. You should write your own essay, if this is a school assignment, although if this is simply an exercise for your church group the same constraint probably does not apply. If this is a school exercise, you are being expected to exercise your thinking ability, not just accept the theological view of Jesus, as written in the Bible. Depending on your age and ability, you could look at the overall gospel story and how well you feel this fits into reality. Some liberal theologians believe that the virgin birth did not really happen. How do you feel about this? Discuss. Mark's Gospel says that Jesus frequently commanded those he healed not to tell anyone who he was, yet logic tells us that the very reason for his miracles ought to be so that everyone knew about him and who he was. Discuss. The gospels say that Jesus died on the cross for the forgiveness of our sins. Why do you think that God was unable to forgive our sins without the drama of Jesus being crucified? Discuss. Also discuss the important differences between each of the gospels in telling the story of the risen Jesus. First write what you know about him, his birth, his first discussions with the learned men. His first mission to preach his word. His conflict with Satan, His being rejected and finally his death and resurrection. Two hundred words is very little so you will only have to touch briefly on each part of the above sugestions.
500 to 700 words
200 words is not very many. Just begin exploring one idea briefly and you should be at 200 words in no time.
The junior reserves officer's training corps helps to build character by fostering the students to foster excellence at a young age. It teaches such crucial aspects of int…elligence such as fact finding and using the facts to the benefit of the rest of the unit or forces.
Whether you double-space or single space can drastically lengthen or shorten the amount of pages. So it is necessary to know if you are wanting to learn how long a 2300 word e…ssay double-spaced or single spaced is. Or maybe I misunderstood your simple question altogether bahaha
newspaper plays an important role ina democracy.Newspaper is a store house of knowledge.Newspaper bring us the news of the world. So the importance of newspaper reading is gre…at. General knowledge is an essential part of education.Newspaper is the best way of acquiring knowledge.Today there are hundred newspaper of the world.There are different types of news include general news, political news, buisness news, regional news, niche oriented news(science,arts,commerce), entertainment news and sentimental news.Now a days we also can read newspaper by surf net regulariy. While reading newspaper, we gain knowledge and know what is happening around of the world. If we read newspaper regularly, we can improve our vocublary. We can use new words for day to day life.And also reading the newspaper is better than hearing the news because new words and pronounciation will be automatically easy while speaking.people have to made aware of all the important happenings.
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a 300 word essay is about 3 paragraphs
The biggest thing to have happened to Delhi in recent times is the Delhi Metro. It has changed the way people travel within Delhi. I am one of the biggest fans of the Metro an…d use it as often as possible. After the arrival of metro in my area, we go out more often and travel to places in Delhi which we would not have thought of before. My father hates driving on Delhi roads but now he is always ready to take me out as he does not have to drive. I am very happy because of this. Since I am so grateful to the Metro, I tried to find out some things about it and here are some interesting facts… lThe first line of the Delhi Metro was started on 24 December, 2002 with the first train running between Rithala and Dilshad Garden stations. lPresently there are four lines running- Yellow, Blue, Red and Green, the last having recently started in April 2010. The plan is to extend the Metro even further bringing more places and routes within its network. lTill April 2010, the Metro is covering 110 kms all over Delhi and since its inauguration it has carried over a billion commuters. lThe metro has a network of elevated, ground level and under ground lines. The Yellow line is famous for the Chawri Bazaar underground station which is the deepest station to be built. It is 30 mtrs (98ft) below ground level. Latest tunnel drilling technology has been used to make the tunnels for the metro without disrupting life over the ground. lThe Metro plans to expand further in its later phases connecting the whole of NCR region including places like Faridabad, Ghaziabad and Gurgaon in the coming years. The Delhi Metro is one of the best things to have happened to Delhi. All Delhities should be proud of it and should use it to the maximum. This will not only help have less traffic jams on road but it will also reduce pollution, and less vehicles will be on the road. If you are interested to know more about our Metro you should visit the metro museum in the Patel Chowk station where the history and progress of Delhi Metro has been displayed. We get to know of how the metro was thought of, how it was constructed and all other details about its functioning. I visited the station and was very impressed to see how with great efforts this network has come up. I am proud of the Metro!l
The Least Common Multiple (LCM) for 200 300 is 600.