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What is the bubble method?

The Bubble Method by Eva Shaw The Bubble Method, sometimes called clustering and mind mapping, is a brainstorming technique used by fiction and nonfiction writers. It's a pow (MORE)
In Science

What is paulinas method?

Paulina's Method is similar to the Factor Tree, it breaks down a number by dividing by the number's factors. The only numbers left will be the prime factors. For example: 56| (MORE)

What are Methods of speaking?

  First with the mouth using sounds; second with body as a whole--body-language; third with the eyes; Fourth facial feelings; Fiffth by sign-language; Sixth, by making sou (MORE)
In Baking

What is creaming method?

The creaming method is a method of mixing the sugar and butter and eggs for a cake or biscuits by:   * beating the butter (softened a little if necessary) with the sugar un (MORE)

What is the chiffon method?

a cake mixing method involving the folding of whipped egg whites into a batter made of flour, egg yolks, and oil.
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What is the scientific method?

The process of the scientific method is: . Ask a Question . Do Background Research . Construct a Hypothesis . Test Your Hypothesis by Doing an Experiment . Analyze Your D (MORE)

What is the foil method?

The FOIL Method is a process used in algebra to multiply two  binomials.   f= first terms   o= outer terms   i= inner terms   l= last terms
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What are the methods of lobbying?

Direct methods of lobbying include face to face meetings, phone  calls, or less formal dinners and cocktail parties. Sending  letters, using social media campaigns, placing (MORE)

What is a recursive method?

A recursive method is a method that can invoke itself. The classical example is N factorial... int nfact (int N) { if (N == 2) return N else return N * nfact (N - 1); } (MORE)

What is quincunx method?

Quincunx method - this is like square method with a tree placed in the center of each of the squares. Some variations may be done by planting the trees closer together in rows (MORE)