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Tally-ho reddit!

I'm participating as a lawyer in a mock trial in my law class. It's Canadian law, but that shouldn't stop you from helping my problem.

Here's our case: http://ojen.ca/sites/ojen.ca/files/sites/default/files/resources/OJEN_mock_trial_SINGH_0.pdf

Any ideas on how the Crown should proceed? The case seems rather biased toward the defence from what I can gather. Other than poking holes in Mr. Singh's testimony vis-à-vis the money, I can see no avenue in which the Crown may win, or at least lose with grace in this case.

All opinions, views, points are welcome. Please and thank you, redditors!

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Can someone please help me understand how unity and variety are presented within the different musical structures such as sectional forms, variation forms, sonata form, fugal forms? I’ve searched everywhere and read through all the information I have on unity and variety as well as musical structures and I can’t figure it out. Any help or advice would be appreciated. Thank you!

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Does the slope equal K or is it 1/k?

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I Wanna know if I’m doing this right, I got lost comparing it to how my professor did it

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My class did a physics lab while I was gone and I was told that this table is the only thing I need to find the specific heat capacity of each metal, but I don't know how to do it since I can't find how to get a value for Q to be used in the equation for specific heat capacity. If anyone can help show me how to find Q or a way to find specific heat capacity of each metal, it will be greatly appreciated.

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I got feedback from the prof. for part C saying that it's important that the equation is autonomous so nothing will change in time. However, I am not sure how to proceed from that point.

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I understand how to do 18 & 19. However, I have no idea how to do #20-23. I understand that if, for example, it was P (E l S ) the probability would be 0.55 (but switching the E to be the given makes no sense to me).

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please im a highschool student and i need ideas to write a story and it has to be about:

a vacation trip that doesn’t end well OR and unexpected phone call

the plot twist has to be like really good but nothing like “it was a dream/movie/hallucination” and something easy to write 400 words with

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I'm solving an exercise which state that the line s is defined by the linear system below and I need to find the parametric equation of the line but I don't know how to handle both the equations together. I know how to convert an single standard equation of an line to the parametric equation but two equations defining an single line is an new thing for me.

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Design an experiment in which you are studying evolution in a population of rabbits . Describe all parameters of your hypothetical study; the environment in which they live. the traits of the rabbits, the carrying capacity of the population. Your study will be conducted for 5 generation. You will present the result of the experiment in graphical form. Then explain how your data shows that the population is evolving.

^ Hi this is the prompt i have to answer, but i have no idea how to. if anyone could help it would be greatly appreciated! thank you!

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How do I figure out the first 3 sets of questions (A) (B) and (C)

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hello! I'm trying to do some practice questions and unfortunately, have hit a wall. This is all the information given as each part is a standalone question. Any help would be appreciated as I scoured the notes for an equation and the only thing that came up is related to uniformity. Thank you!

Notes

- Integral Uniformity: Global non-uniformities IU=(Max-MinMax+Min)100
- Max and Min are pixel values anywhere within FOV

- Differential: Regional non-uniformities DU=(Max-MinMax+Min)100
- Max and Min pixel values within five pixel range (x and y)

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Here's the context:

I have an enclosed cone with a height of 15 cm and a radius of 5 cm. It's filled with water and when facing upright, the water has a height of 10 cm (thus leaving an empty space with height of 5 cm). If I turned upside down, and the water flows to the apex, what will be the height of the new pace the water occupies.

I get that I need the volumes and radius and everything else, but I just don't know the formula. Please help

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Solve the initial value problem: https://i.imgur.com/rSZQfqJ.png

I'm totally confused by this. I believe I'm supposed to integrate the expression then substitute -10 for the arbitrary constant C.

But would cos(pi/2) not be a constant aka 0? This would make the whole expression equal to 0. The only thing I can think of is that that theta belongs in the numerator making it cos((pi * theta)/2). I suppose then the answer would be B? What am I missing?

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Describe three information challenges that occur in the business of healthcare. (example: HIPAA regulations and how they affect business)

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Provide an ethically ambiguous situation that could arise from using electronic medical records. Provide how you would reconcile this situation.

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