Vastly means largely, hugely, wide, or something that is huge insize or quantity, such as--> Our army is vastly larger than ouropponents. Can also mean the degree of differenc…e between two things, suchas--> My idea of right and wrong is vastly different than youridea of right and wrong.(MORE)
No, both degrees are equal in worth, it's just that they have a slightly different approach to a given program of study as indicated below. I am using the bachelor's level as …an example, but it also applies to the associates and master's degrees. \n.
\nThe Bachelor's of Arts degree (BA) has a broader scope, with a strong emphasis on the humanities, theoretical and general knowledge in a recognized discipline, interdisciplinary field, or of a professional study. The Bachelor of Science degree (BS) is more of a focused approach with a science base to include a balance of liberal arts, technological knowledge, math and computer oriented skills, and practical skills needed for a particular discipline within the field.\n.
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\nOK, so they're exactly the same "recognized discipline"; "particular discipline"; "liberal arts"; "practical skills"; "professional study"; etc. except that one includes math and science and the other doesn't. So the question remains. Why would anybody not pursue a BS degree? (MORE)
Easily. Arguments are philosophically constructed and are a somewhat neutral tool of persuasion. Views defended without evidence to support them are either ideology or sophist…ry. Do not yield to sly persuasion but be convinced by the evidence. (MORE)
Depends on how much political views mean to the both of you. But yes, of course you can. For some people it's because of their differences that the couple loves one another. T…hink of it as a magnet, the same sides don't go together, but the opposite sides do. (MORE)
The Confederates had not developed the engineering resources asmuch as the Union in the first half of the war. By 1864, however,the South paid greater attention to this proble…m and madesignificant success. Historians give most of the credit for thisturnaround to Jeremy F. Gilmore who had become chief engineer forthe South in 1862. Before that appointment, the Engineering staffhad been headed by a series of temporary administrators. Gilmorewas in the background. However, Gilmore was a good engineer. Hegraduated fifth in his West Point class and served in the US ArmyCorps of Engineers and in the Mexican War. When the war began hewas assigned to General Albert S. Johnston's command at Shiloh. Healso served briefly with Robert E. Lee. Gilmore continued to pressfor more funding as chief engineer and by 1864 the ConfederateCorps of Engineers had reached to over 200 engineers by 1864. Hiswork at perfecting the entrenchments and other types offortifications earned him a promotion to major general. Gilmorehelped to successfully defend Charleston under General Beauregard. (MORE)