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What is related literature and related studies?

Related literature and related studies is the information from  studies similar to a research study. This gives good background  information for the study and highlights exi (MORE)

Who was Hestia related to?

Because of the beginning with Chaos, she's related to all the gods, Titans and primordal deities, but here's her immediate family: Sisters: Hera, Demeter Brothers: Hades, Po (MORE)

Are cimorelli related?

Yes, they are all related.    This is in order (oldest to youngest):    Christina-Singer/Group leader   Katherine-Singer   Lisa-Singer   Amy-Singer/G (MORE)

Who was Hades related to?

Hades' father and mother are Cronus (Kronus) and Rhea.   His brothers are Zeus and Poseidon.   His sisters are Demeter, Hestia, and Hera.
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What is related literature?

When we say related literature, this is written information that could have a relation or relevance to a specific topic of your thesis or dissertation. Let's say you want to t (MORE)

Book Spotlight - In Memory: A Tribute to Sir Terry Pratchett

In March 2015 we lost one of the world's greatest literary minds - Sir Terry Pratchett. Terry was suffering from Alzheimer's and fiercely campaigned to raise awareness of the (MORE)
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What relation and relation schema?

Relational Schema refers to meta-data elements which are used to describe structures and constraints of data representing a particular http://wiki.answers.com/Describe_the_dif (MORE)
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What is a relational wedge?

A relational wedge is used to assess the different ways that  strangers interact with each other. People are giving a relational  wedge so that that they must work together (MORE)
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What is a related equation?

A related equation is a set of equations that all communicate the same relationship between three values, but in different ways. Example: a+b=c a=c-b b=c-a
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Which relations are function's Relation?

I'm not sure what exactly you're asking about, but if you're asking about the difference between relations and functions, here's the answer.    In a relation, a value i (MORE)

When is relation in 2NF?

A relation may be in 2NF if   1. it is in 1NF &   2. Every non prime attribute functional dependent on primary  attribute
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