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Motivation to Do Schoolwork Not There?

COVID-19 has disrupted the way the entire world works including the way students are learning. Remote elearning is not something we thought we would have to do for long periods of time. Now, it is how we are going to finish this school year. Staying motivated to study and learn at home can be a challenge. Ryan Korstange, assistant professor of University Studies at Middle Tennessee State University, shares 6 tips on how to build motivation to do your schoolwork now and in future.

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Archimedes and the Enigmatic Ratio of Pi (π)

Pi (π) is an irrational number. This means it cannot be expressed as a common fraction. Also, π is a transcendental number; that is, it is not the root of any polynomial having rationalcoefficients. This transcendence of π implies that it is impossible to solve the ancient challenge of squaring the circle with a compass and straightedge. For all of you that understand all of that, I am extremely impressed. I am also extremely impressed that the famous mathematical ratio of a circle’s circumference to its diameter is estimated to more than 22 trillion digits (and counting!) The Greek geometer Archimedes, some 2,300…

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THIS IS ONE OF THE MOST COMMON INTERVIEW QUESTIONS

Before the big interview, you should be prepared to answer the following question: “What are your strengths?” See the answers hiring mangers are looking for. Here are 49 more of the most common questions you can expect to be asked during a job interview. Remember, the better prepared you are, the more confident you will feel and the smoother the interview will be.

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Indiana Has It All

“There’s more than corn in Indiana” as the saying goes. Way more. In fact, Indiana companies are serious about hiring young talent. Berto Isaza, a product development engineer at DePuy Synthes says, “The company I work for is constantly recruiting recent college grads. The mentality is recruiting these new college grads isn’t to get production out of them, but instead to invest in them. They are provided with support, guidance, and many career development opportunities.” Opportunities abound around the state. Download the map below, illustrated by Brad Turner, for a…

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The Future is Holographic

Hologram Concerts In September of 2019, Roy Orbison & Buddy Holly: The Rock ‘N’ Roll Dream Tour kicked-off in California. The concert was approximately 90 minutes long. Tour dates were scheduled through November in both the U.S and U.K. and the average ticket price was $66. The amazing thing about this concert tour is that both musicians are dead. As devoted Trekkies know, every Federation ship has a holodeck where training, interactive story-telling, both fictional and non-fictional, and even vacations can be conjured up and enjoyed. As technology advances, we…

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