Mathematics Calculators

19. February 2017 Study Guides 0
Mathematics Calculators
Calculators Factorization Factoring Prime Factorization Conversions Fraction to Decimal Fraction to Percent Decimal to Percent Decimal to Fraction Percent to Fraction Percent to Decimal Mixed Number to Decimal Mixed Number to Percent Mixed Number to Improper Fraction Improper Fractions to Mixed Numbers Equivalent Fractions Simplifying Fractions Scientific Notation Scientific Notation Operations Multiples Finder Fractions Basic ...

The Map Of Physics

17. February 2017 Infographic 0
The Map Of Physics
The Map Of Physics The Map Of Physics is yet another great find at understanding a high level picture of what currently is known in this science field. Original picture found here: https://www.flickr.com/photos/95869671@N08/30976775430/in/photostream/

The Map Of Mathematics

17. February 2017 Infographic 0
The Map Of Mathematics
The Map of Mathematics The Map of Mathematics is a fantastic find that has visually helped me to know where exactly I am in the broad Math Science’s spectrum. Original picture found here: https://www.flickr.com/photos/95869671@N08/32264483720/

Studying in the Humanities, Social Sciences, Math, and Science

12. February 2017 Organization 0
Studying in the Humanities, Social Sciences, Math, and Science
Studying in the Humanities, Social Sciences, Math, and Science Humanities Humanities classes are concerned with all areas of human effort-relationships, creativity, inventions-and include courses such as literature, drama, philosophy, music, art, religion, and many more. Although it may appear that these courses are “easier” than math or science, humanities courses can be challenging because they ...

Academic Anxiety

12. February 2017 Organization 0
Academic Anxiety
Academic Anxiety: Defining Anxiety What is the difference between stress and anxiety? Stress can come from a variety of sources and does not seem to impact everyone in the same way. What is stressful to one person may not cause stress for another. Anxiety is more serious than stress because it adds a feeling of ...

Recognizing and Managing Stress

12. February 2017 Organization 0
Recognizing and Managing Stress
Recognizing and Managing Stress: Reactions to Stress What are reactions to stress? It is often more difficult to recognize the symptoms of stress than you might imagine. It may be that you have a cold that you just can’t seem to shake, feel an uncontrollable urge to spend money, or feel more irritable than is ...

The Causes of Stress

12. February 2017 Organization 0
The Causes of Stress
What is Stress? Stress can mean a lot of different things. It can mean physical pressure or force; emotional strain; mental tension; a specific response to a situation (such as fear or pain. Generally, when students talk about stress, they mean the pressure they feel from a variety of sources. Although some stress is good ...

Organization: Procrastination

12. February 2017 Organization 0
Organization: Procrastination
What is procrastination? Procrastination is intentionally avoiding work that needs to be done. Procrastinating is different than forgetting to do something. When you procrastinate, you know you have work to do, but you can’t bring yourself to do it. Most people-about 70 percent!-procrastinate to some extent. For some, procrastination is a real problem. When do ...

Organization: Getting Organized

12. February 2017 Organization 0
Organization: Getting Organized
Getting Organized Use these strategies to get organized. Get your supplies together. Take a few minutes to think about what you need and gather it together before you start to study. This will help you stay focused on what you need to do. Have a routine. It is easier to be organized when you know ...

Organization: Scheduling

12. February 2017 Organization 0
Organization: Scheduling
Using a Planner Everyone needs to have some way to manage life-some kind of planner or weekly schedule book to keep track of everything one needs to do. When you select a planner, look for the following characteristics. A good planner… is portable so it can be taken with you. lets you see at least ...

100 Most Surprising Phobias

25. November 2016 Study Guides 0
100 Most Surprising Phobias
100 Most Surprising Phobias Social Phobias These anxiety disorders are triggered by certain types of people, relationships, and social situations. Venustraphobia: Also known as caligynephobia, this is the fear of beautiful women, and may be caused by low self-confidence or putting too much pressure on appearances. Anthropophobia: This phobia literally refers to the fear of ...

Agile Application Development Model – Pros and Cons

08. November 2016 Study Guides 0
Agile Application Development Model – Pros and Cons
Pros • Is a very realistic approach to software development. • Promotes teamwork and cross training. • Functionality can be developed rapidly and demonstrated. • Resource requirements are minimum. • Suitable for fixed or changing requirements. • Delivers early partial working solutions. • Good model for environments that change steadily. • Minimal rules, documentation easily ...

Rapid Application Development (RAD) Model – Phases

08. November 2016 Study Guides 0
Rapid Application Development (RAD) Model – Phases
Phases of RAD Model • Business Modeling The business model for the product under development is designed in terms of flow of information and the distribution of information between various business channels. A complete business analysis is performed to find the vital information for business, how it can be obtained, how and when is the ...

Rapid Application Development (RAD) Model – Pros and Cons

08. November 2016 Study Guides 0
Rapid Application Development (RAD) Model – Pros and Cons
Pros • Changing requirements can be accommodated. • Progress can be measured. • Iteration time can be short with use of powerful RAD tools. • Productivity with fewer people in short time. • Reduced development time. • Increases reusability of components. • Quick initial reviews occur. • Encourages customer feedback. • Integration from very beginning ...

CCNA: Chapter 5-2 Configuring RIPv1 & RIPv2

26. September 2016 Cisco, Study Guides 0
CCNA: Chapter 5-2 Configuring RIPv1 & RIPv2
(Legacy information) Configuring RIPv1 Configuring RIP is pretty easy and consists of the following two steps: Enable RIP globally using the router rip global configuration command. This command will bring you to the routing configuration mode as shown below: Router(config)#router rip Router(config-router)# Tell the router which networks to advertise using the network <network> command in ...

CCNA: Chapter 5-1 RIPv1 & RIPv2

26. September 2016 Cisco, Study Guides 0
CCNA: Chapter 5-1 RIPv1 & RIPv2
(Legacy information) Routing Information Protocol (RIP)            Although the new version of the CCNA exam 200-120 does not cover RIP, we want to touch on it for its historical value.  This way you understand some of the basic characteristics of it and how a hybrid protocol such as EIGRP took some ...

CCNA: Chapter 4-7 Static and Default Route Lab

26. September 2016 Cisco, Study Guides 0
CCNA: Chapter 4-7 Static and Default Route Lab
Lab 4-1 Static and Default Route Problem: In the network shown in Figure 4-4, configure each router such using static and default routes such that there is complete connectivity through the network. The initial configuration of each router is given below. Lab note: The DCE side of your DCE/DTE back to back cable plugs into ...

CCNA: Chapter 4-6 Route Redistribution

26. September 2016 Cisco, Study Guides 0
CCNA: Chapter 4-6 Route Redistribution
While you are not really going to redistribute routes as a part of CCNA, it is important to know what it is. Simply put, route redistribution is the process of distributing routes learned from one source to another.  This is useful when networks are expanding, or are merging, or in a phase of transition. For ...

CCNA: Chapter 4-5 Routing Loops

26. September 2016 Cisco, Study Guides 0
CCNA: Chapter 4-5 Routing Loops
A routing loop is a situation where a packet keeps getting routed between two or more routers because of problems in the routing table. In case of distance vector protocols, the fact that these protocols route by rumor and have a slow convergence time can cause routing loops. To understand how routing loops can occur ...

CCNA: Chapter 4-4 Classes of Routing Protocols

26. September 2016 Cisco, Study Guides 0
CCNA: Chapter 4-4 Classes of Routing Protocols
Routing protocols are divided into the following three classes, depending on how they work: Distance Vector – Distance Vector protocols are characterized by two things: They use distance has a measure of the cost of a route. The number of hops in between a router and a destination network determines the distance. They periodically send ...