Search no-idea-on-the-direction-to-go-with-this

# No idea on the direction to go with this

## Top Questions

View More

s are as follows: Present an argument that explains the most important cause(s) and the most important effect(s) of refugee crises in world history. Papers should use an array of specific examples drawn from at least three chapters of Spohnholz’s Ruptured Lives as well as historical evidence from at least one of the primary sources in Primary Source Activity 2. In your conclusion, suggest at least one way that understanding this history can help us address refugees today, referring to a recent news article on the subject. The paper should be double-spaced in 12-point font, use footnote citations, and be 2-3 pages long.
View More

onification: As I woke up for school on Monday, having no idea how to get onto any of my classes, I felt panic seep into my brain, slowly taking control and vanquishing any of the calmness I had left inside of me. Basically I tried to personify the panic, but I'm not sure if it sounds like personification.
View More

seen an equation of a circle this is moved in both the x and y direction be converted to a polar equation. For example, I know that the equation of a circle x^(2)+(y-2)^(2)=4 is r=4sin(theta) when converted to polar. Same thing for a translation with the x variable. However, I have never seen, nor do I know how to do, a conversion of a circle with both translations. For example, converting this equation of a circle to a polar equation: (x+3)^(2)+(y-4)^(2)=4. I have no idea how to do such a thing and cannot find any examples of such. Hope you can shed some light on this, Thanks.
View More

1.AU MAT 120 Systems of Linear Equations and Inequalities Discussion

mathematicsalgebra Physics