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On A Slope By Jennifer Gratz
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The poet of our time, Jennifer Gratz, writes yet another of her MANY intriguing poems at lulu.com, this one being about shooting down supposed good human causes & romances for what they REALLY... More > are.< Less
Stability Modeling with SLOPE/W By GEO-SLOPE International
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The SLOPE/W engineering methodology book discusses the whys and hows of modeling, as well as the theory and formulations behind the SLOPE/W product. Stability Modeling with SLOPE/W is a full-length... More > book about proper modeling techniques: how to think before, during and after setting up and solving a model.< Less
Bonny Slope Elementary 2008-2009 Yearbook By Bonny Slope Community Organization
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Bonny Slope Elementary 2008-2009 Yearbook By Bonny Slope Community Organization
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Bonny Slope Elementary School 2009-2009 Yearbook
Evaluating the Slope of the Tangent Line By Homework Help Classof1
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Three slopes are given. For each slope, determine at which of the labeled points on the graph, the tangent line has that slope.
The Inevitable Slope to Everything By J. Charles Crawford
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In his book, J. Charles Crawford examines the attitudes, platitudes and precedents utilized by the gay rights movement. No rock it left unturned in their fight to justify a more tolerant and... More > inclusive society. But as the movement defends such inclusion, their arguments - moral, scientific and legal - can easily be applied to other alternate orientations no less deserving of rights enjoyed by gays and lesbians. It is in this attempt to separate “us” from “them” that troublesome and elitist pronouncements soon rear their ugly head. In our haste to accept misplaced notions of fairness, we discover that such fairness cannot be horded, even temporarily. As such, there is an inevitable price to pay…and a slippery slope to follow.< Less
The Inevitable Slope to Everything By J. Charles Crawford
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In his book, J. Charles Crawford examines the attitudes, platitudes and precedents utilized by the gay rights movement. No rock it left unturned in their fight to justify a more tolerant and... More > inclusive society. But as the movement defends such inclusion, their arguments - moral, scientific and legal - can easily be applied to other alternate orientations no less deserving of rights enjoyed by gays and lesbians. It is in this attempt to separate “us” from “them” that troublesome and elitist pronouncements soon rear their ugly head. In our haste to accept misplaced notions of fairness, we discover that such fairness cannot be horded, even temporarily. As such, there is an inevitable price to pay…and a slippery slope to follow.< Less
Slope Smart City By Reinhard Goethert, Longbin Zhu
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Conceptual proposal for expansion of the city of Tongren demonstrating an innovative ecological approach for building in steep slope terrain. Includes a 'Power Atrium' concept for sustainable green... More > energy.< Less
Finding the Slope of Tangent Line By Homework Help Classof1
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"Draw the graph of f(x) = 2 sqrt(x) a. What is the domain b. On what interval is it continuous c. Use the definition of the derivative to find f’(x) d. What is the domain f’(x) e.... More > What is the slope of the tangent line to y = f(x) at x = 1 f. What is the slope at x = 4 g. Without calculating, decide whether the slope of the tangent line at x=9 is more or less than the slope at x = 4 h. Does lim x → 0+ f(x) exist? i. Does lim x → 0+ f’(x) j. Describe the behavior of f’(x) as x → o+ "< Less
Indian Summer: Park Slope By Richard Grayson
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Richard Grayson started writing a daily diary in the summer of 1969, when he turned 18, and has compiled daily entries since then. In the six volumes of THE BROOKLYN DIARIES (SUMMER IN BROOKLYN,... More > AUTUMN IN BROOKLYN, WINTER IN BROOKLYN, SPRING IN BROOKLYN, MORE SUMMER IN BROOKLYN, and A YEAR IN ROCKAWAY), Grayson published selected entries from 1969 to 1980. Now, in INDIAN SUMMER: PARK SLOPE, covering two months Grayson spent back in his native Brooklyn after an absence of six years. In 1985 the historic brownstone neighborhood of Park Slope is still not totally gentrified and Brooklyn is neither fashionable, cutting-edge nor entirely safe.< Less