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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…sting gaps. The information is also contained in the literature review of a study. (MORE)

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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…seidon and Zeus Parents: Cronus/Kronos and Rhea. (MORE)

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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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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…alk about AIDS, you will be needing a lot of information's from sources like books, journals, articles, and Internet; resources regarding AIDS, which give information, not only what is AIDS, but will give you insights on how it is acquired, what are the effects, when and where you could be infected. Related literature will support and inform the subject you are covering. (MORE)

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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…ferences_in_meaning_between_the_terms_relation_and_relation_schema#. Whereas a relation is a property or predicate that ranges over more than one argument Here's some translation from "Relational Algebra" to http://wiki.answers.com/Describe_the_differences_in_meaning_between_the_terms_relation_and_relation_schema# terminology:"Relation" = Table."Relation Schema" = Table definition. So for example, the "schema" for the Person "relation" is: Person(FirstName, LastName, Age, Gender, Address) Also in relational Algebra, a "tuple" is a table row, and an "attribute" is a table column. (MORE)

As it turns out, these stars actually regret the roles responsible for launching their careers into unforgettable stardom. After you read our explanations, perhaps you'll unde…rstand why. (MORE)

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As the saying goes, you can't teach an old dog new tricks. Some tricks, however, are so simple that even an old dog or new puppy can learn them. Just practice any of the follo…wing a few times a day with your dog. (MORE)

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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 …in order to solve a problem. (MORE)

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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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In Algebra

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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Chemistry is the study of all the "stuff" in the universe and how it interacts. Chemistry relates to you because your body is one big chemical reaction going on all the time. …Every time you move your arm, trillions and trillions of molecules are reacting to produce the energy necessary to move it, and just as many charged particles are moving around from one part of your muscle to another to cause it to move. *** Knowing about chemistry can help you to know what's in your drinking water, what is being added to your food or what drug the doctor is giving you and how it affects your body. Even if you don't learn all these things by heart, a knowledge of the basic vocabulary of the science of chemistry will help you to be able to look up and understand the answers to your questions. *** For a basic overview of chemistry and some discussion of its history and how it relates to you, read "Chemistry for Everyone" by Suzanne Lahl, Ph.D. (MORE)

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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…n the domain may have one or more values in the range. That is, for every x on graph there may be more than one value of y. In terms of word problems and such, x is the independent variable (i.e. time) and y is the dependent variable (i.e. temperature). Basically, if you graph a relation, you can draw a vertical line anywhere on the graph and that line may intersect one or more points on the graph. A circle or a horizontal parabola is a relation, not a function. In a function, for every value in the domain there is only one value in the range. That is, for every value of x there is one and only one value of y. If you draw a vertical line anywhere on the graph of the function, it will only intersect the graph once. If it intersects the graph more than once, then that graph is not a function. An example of a function would be a vertical parabola, a line, or a cubic. Hope that helps. (MORE)