What are the points of interest in Vermont that make Vermont so unique that people would want to move there?
Originally inhabited by Native American tribes (Abenaki and Iroquois), much of the territory that is now Vermont was claimed byFrance but became a British possession after France's defeat in the French and Indian War. For many years, the surroundingcolonies disputed control of the area (referred to at the time as the New Hampshire Grants) especially New Hampshire and New York. Settlers who held land titles granted by these colonies were opposed by the Green Mountain Boys militia, which eventually prevailed in creating an independent state, the Vermont Republic, founded during the Revolutionary War and lasting for fourteen years; Vermont is thus one of five U.S. states (along with Texas, Hawaii, New Hampshire, and the brief California Republic) to have, at one point, existed as its own sovereign government. In 1791, Vermont joined the United States as the fourteenth state, and the first outside the original Thirteen Colonies.
It is the leading producer of maple syrup in the United States. The state capital is Montpelier, and the largest city and metropolitan area is Burlington. No other state has a largest city as small as Burlington, or a capital city as small as Montpelier. It has the second smallest state population in the U.S., lots of beautiful wilderness, and beer.
Vermont has the highest number of breweries per capita of any state.
But mostly, people come for the mountains. Excellent views, and some fantastic ski slopes, reported by some people as a few of the best in the country.
If you cant deduct interest on a vehicle for your taxes then why does the paper you got from the bank showing interest paid say keep for tax records?
Many reasons...including it is for many people and purposes...and many people, like any business or many people who use the vehicle in business uses, and many others, are able to deduct interest on this. The form is used to report many other types of interest, investment interest, etc. etc. etc.. The values may be unique to you, but the form isn't.
a line has to have at least 2 points. a plane has to have at least 3 points. ______________ It takes two points to define a unique line in Euclidean space. But every line and every line segment contains infinitely many points. The same is true for planes in Euclidean space. You need at least 3 points to define a unique plane, but every plane containes infinitely many points and infinitely many lines or line…
A series of 3 points will always determine a plane unless 2 or all 3 points are identical points (they have the same coordinates). If the idea is to have the three points determine one plane, a unique plane, then three points will do that as long as none of them have the same spacial coordinates (have identical locations) or as long as the three points do not lie on a single line. If a…
Any 4 points in the Cartesian plane determine a unique equation that is of degree at most three (i.e., a "cubic" equation). It is, of course, possible that the 4 points actually lie on a degree two ("quadratic"), a degree one ("linear"), or a degree zero ("constant") equation. However, if the 4 points do not lie on a constant, linear, or quadratic curve, then they will like on a unique cubic curve. In general, N…