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The solution to 1 plus 1 is 2. Another way to write it is 1+1=2 Through the communitive property of addition, 1+1=2 switched = 2=1+1 Simple

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because just like any other math problem a number plus a number is how ever many more #'s it was than there was at the start of the number... == The fact that 1 plus 1 is 2 re…ally comes down to the definition of 1 and 2 and plus. 2 is defined to be the next number after 1. (i.e. the successor of 1) Addition, denoted by plus, is defined , in part, by the rule: n +1 is the successor of n. That is, adding one to a number is the same as finding the number after it. (MORE)

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in the mathematical way, yes but if you would like to see the other ways here's how it goes.. 1+1= a window.. the two 1's make the 2 sides.. the equals sign breaks up and goes… at the top& the bottom.. the add sign goes in the middle.. and there you have it.. a window.. also there are ways that you could say it.. like 1 'plus' 1 or 1 'add' 1 or 1 'and' 1 and that is the one i am going to tell you today.. 1 'and' 1 can mean 11 like 2 'and' 2 can mean 22.. do you get it? there is many ways looking at just simple numbers. (MORE)

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Fauvism was not discovered, it was a method of painting that was developed by a group of French artists who called themselves les Fauves. Their paintings exhibited strong …color and painterly qualities. Henri Matisse and Andre Derain where the main leaders of Fauvism, which only lasted a few years. (MORE)

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Fauvism was so important as it influenced many art movements to come. It also broke away from the stereotypical idea of "good art" .

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Fauvism derives from the French word fauve which means wild beast. It is called this because a critic said that the violently bright images looked like they were created by wi…ld beasts. (MORE)

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The distance between the points can be calculated by using the difference in the x coordinates, the difference in the y coordinates and Pythagoras. distance = sqrt((differenc…e_in_x_coords)2 + difference_in_y_coords)2) So for the points (-1, 1) and (1, -1) the distance between them is: sqrt((-1 - 1)2 + (1 - -1)2) =sqrt(22 + 22) =sqrt(4 + 4) = sqrt(8) ~= 2.83 (MORE)

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20c + 5 = 5c + 65 Divide through by 5: 4c + 1 = c + 13 Subtract c from both sides: 3c + 1 = 13 Subtract 1 from both sides: 3c = 12 Divide both sides by 3: c = 4 20c + 5 = 5c …+65 20c - 5c= 65 - 5.
15c = 60.
15c/15 = 60/15.
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The two most important painters associated with the early 20th century French avant-garde movement known as Fauvism were Henri Matisse and Andre Derain, the founders of the mo…vement. Like Impressionism, Fauvism took its name from a derogatory comment by a critic. At an exhibition that included works by Matisse and Derain in their new style, a critic referred to them as "wild beasts" ("les fauves", in French). This was a response both to the rough application of paint, and the abandonment of naturalistic color in favor of intense colors seemingly unrelated to the subject, but meant to convey emotion. Though Derain and Matisse developed the style together, Matisse is generally considered the leader of the movement and the more important of the two artists in the scope of art history. Other painters associated with Fauvism include Maurice de Vlaminck, Georges Rouault, Louis Valtat, Charles Camoin, Raoul Dufy and Jean Puy. (MORE)