Learning Styles – Accelerate Your Capacity to Learn

This post was created to share an essay assignment that I completed during my sophmore year at Mountain State University. This post includes the assignment details, as well as my assignment submission. I have entitled this post “Learning Styles – Accelerate Your Capacity to Learn” as this is the title of my essay. Learning Styles – Accelerate Your Capacity to Learn

 English Composition II – Final Essay Assignment

“This is the broadest and least narrowly defined area you are being asked to investigate. ...

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The Influence of Emotionally Charged WWII Propaganda

This post was created to share an essay assignment that I completed during my sophmore year at Mountain State University. This post includes the assignment details, as well as my assignment submission. I have entitled this post “The Influence of Emotionally Charged WWII Propaganda” as this is the title of my essay.

I am a computer science major who takes takes pride in the fact that my GPA is exceptional, with little effort, in the required general course studies.

The Influence of ...

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Mountain State – English Composition II

Week 3 Written Assignment
Michael A. Stratton
ENG 102 English Composition II
Instructor: Dr. Stanton
Mountain State University

Assignment:
“Our first essay asks us to formulate an argument that focuses on potential causes of rising global oil prices during approximately the past 36 months. The first big spikes in oil prices began around mid-2005, and rose steadily until late 2008 when we saw them drop again. The focus of the essay should be on identifying potential reasons for this, and not ...

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Stratton Earns Scholarship

Mountain State University

Source: http://www.recordpub.com/news/article/5031457 Retrieved July 4, 2011

Michael A. Stratton of Streetsboro has been selected as a recipient of the Mountain State Scholarship Circle scholarship award at Mountain State University, based in Beckley, W.Va.

Stratton is currently a freshman enrolled in the computer science program at Mountain State University, with a current grade point average of 3.9. Scholarships at Mountain State University are awarded based on academic merit and financial need.

Stratton is also a freelance web designer and web developer, and ...

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RFC 20 – ASCII Character Chart

ASCII Code Chart


ASCII format for Network Interchange

Network Working Group Vint Cerf
Request for Comments: 20 UCLA
October 16, 1969
ASCII format for Network Interchange
For concreteness, we suggest the use of standard 7-bit ASCII embedded in an 8 bit byte whose high order bit is always 0. This leads to the standard code given on the attached page, copies from USAS X3, 4-1968. This code will be used over HOST-HOST primary connections. Break characters will be defined ...

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Aristotle’s Definition of Beauty

Aristotle Definition of Beauty

Mountain State University – Art Discussion Assignment

ART101 – Art Appreciatation
Instructor Amy Landrum – Mountain State University

What are your thoughts on the brief excerpt on Beauty by Aristotle? Do you agree or disagree, why? Make reference to art found anywhere in your text to prove your point.

BEAUTY
From Metaphysics
(1078a 31-1078b 6)
Book XIII

“Now since the good and the beautiful are different (for the former always implies conduct as its subject, while the beautiful is found also ...

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APA Publication Manual

Reference: Modified APA Style


http://www.apastyle.org/manual/index.aspx

Attribution:
All information that is not your own thought needs to be cited within the posts.
Textual references will follow typical APA Style. For example, a reference to an
idea‟s source might be constructed in one of the following methods:

Since 1998, a number of hospitals have adopted the democratic leadership style
over the autocratic style employed in the past for quality circles (Swarbrick &
Pegg, 2004).

Swarbrick and Pegg (2004) concluded that, since 1998, hospital ...

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Data Storage & System Integration

Mountain State University Systems Architecture Assignment

Data Storage Technology / System Integration & Performance

What is the difference between static and dynamic RAM?

Static RAM is implemented entirely with transistors and Dynamic RAM uses transistors
and capacitors. DRAM circuitry is less complex than SRAM circuitry. DRAM uses capacitors
to store data dynamically. It is considered dynamic because capacitors quickly lose
their charge and require thousands of refresh operations per second. In contrast,
SRAM stores data with transistors only. The transistors implement complex ...

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