Micro-expressions are brief, involuntary facial expressions caused by a certain emotion experienced by the person. These expressions are shown on the face, and are universal in the sense that every human being, no matter what origin, or where they live it will be the same as everyone else. These expressions are also known for their difficulty in hiding them. They usually show one of the seven basic universal emotions: Disgust, anger, fear, sadness, happiness, surprise and contempt. (John)

The study of Micro-expressions hasn’t been around for very long. They were first discovered by psychologists Haggard and Isaacs in 1966. (Humantill). In there study they stated that they discovered these “micro-momentary” facial expressions while watching tapes of sessions between psychologist and patient, when they were looking for communication between them that was non-verbal. A few years later in 1969, Ekman and Friesen started including micro-expressions in there studies. (Humantill) They included there findings in the book “Telling Lies” (1985). Although these findings were reported in the mid to late 1960’s, the first time micro-expressions were included in a scientific article stating they exist was by Porter and ten Brinke in 2008 (Humantill). Micro-expressions are controlled by the muscles frontalis, corregator and risorius in the face. These movements are fractions of a second long, around 1/25 to 1/15 of a second. (ScienceDaily) The muscles are almost impossible to control, and being able to detect them is just as hard. Paul Ekman is known as the for-leading Psychologist that studies these micro-expressions (Humantill).

These glimpses into the person’s true emotions are sometimes caught on camera when the subject is being them self and becoming a happier individual for the shot. When asked to smile or act happy, a subject cannot provide a natural, unique facial expression that has absolutely no micro-expressions present. When the subject feels open and in a...

...Facial expressions
Facial expressions also communicate cognitive messages and emotions. They enhance your verbal communication by producing "feeling tone," the impression that you care about what you're saying.
The following tips will help you use facial expressions to increase your persuasiveness:
Smile before you begin speaking
Don't be either mechanical or melodramatic; act naturally
Think about what you're saying and react with facialexpressions to match or enhance the thought
(intro) We spend a lot of time on the big picture – and the big details – of our presentations. What story am I trying to tell? What is my message? What is the best intro? What is the best conclusion? Do I have enough slides? Too many?
You may feel like you spend a lot of time and energy on these aspects, and you probably do. You may feel like you zoom into the tiniest details of your slide design, and you probably stayed up all night slaving over every last caption and font. However, there are probably finer points that you usually don’t consider.
When is the last time you thought about your facial expressions?
It’s easy to forget that we have these highly effective expression-machines pasted on the front of our heads. We’ve all seen photos of ourselves when we are relaxed – and not knowing we are photographed. Even though we had a great time at the party, we look sad in the photo. Or stressed. Or simply...

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Artistic Expression in “The Storyteller’s Daughter”
Erin Lowry
Instructor: Cynthia Williams
ENG317: International Voices
November 3, 2014
Artistic Expression is a way in which an artist, whether writer, painter, musician, or even just a regular person expresses themselves through art and imagination. We have all long read stories or heard songs that come from someone’s heart and maybe imagination. But what we don’t realize when we hear, read or see these expressions is that for some they are much more personal and may very well be based on something true and close to their hearts.
How many times have you gone to a museum and stared at a painting and wondered what the artist was thinking of; or where and whom? This is an example of artistic expression. Or maybe your favorite song that you listen to over and over again. These artists that put these things out there for all of us to see, hear, and read, they are putting their stories out for us to feel the way they feel.
Well when Saira Shah wrote her short story “The Storyteller’s Daughter”, she was doing just that. She wanted us to feel the way she felt when her father told her stories of his native homeland of Afghan. Saira was told these stories or at least what she thought was fairytales beginning at a young age. Her father was so proud of his heritage and his homeland that he wanted to share it with her.
He told her of a “magical place; the...

...+ 13| = –7
5x + 13 = -7
5x = -20
X = -4
Simplify the expression below.
6n2 - 5n2 + 7n2
6 – 5 + 7 = 8
=8n2
The total cost for 8 bracelets, including shipping was $54. The shipping charge was $6. Write an equation that models the cost of each bracelet.
8 x + 6 = 54 $8.00 each bracelets
The total cost for 8 bracelets, including shipping was $54. The shipping charge was $6. Determine the cost for each bracelet. Show your work
8x+6 =54
8x=54-6
8x = 48
X = 6
Solve the inequality. Show your work.
6y – 8 ≤ 10
5. 6y – 8 ≤ 10
6y ≤ 10 +8
6y ≤ 18
y ≤ 18/6
=y ≤ 3
The figures above are similar. Find the missing length. Show your work.
x = 1.8 in
What is 30% of 70? Show your work.
30 divied by100 = .30
70 times 0.3(30% as a decimal) which will be 21
=21
Simplify the expression below.
-5-8
(16x9)/(21x8)=144/168 divided by 12=12/14=6/7
8. 6/7
Which property is illustrated by 6 x 5 = 5 x 6?
commutative property of multiplication
Evaluate the expression for the given values of the variables. Show your work.
4t + 2u2 – u3; t = 2 and u = 1
4t + 2u2 – u3; t = 2 and u = 1
4 (2) + 2 (1) 2 – (1) 3
8 + 2 – 1 = 1
Solve the inequality. Show your work.
|r + 3| ≥ 7
R + 3 = 7, r = - 10 and r =4
What percent of 60 is 12? Show your work.
20% of 60. 12 / 60 * 100 = 20
Simplify the expression...

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CHAPTER 18 REVIEW
Chemical Equilibrium
SECTION 18-1
SHORT ANSWER
1.
Answer the following questions in the space provided.
Silver chromate dissolves in water according to the following equation:
→ 2Agϩ(aq) ϩ CrO42Ϫ(aq)
Ag2CrO4(s) ←
Which of these correctly represents the equilibrium expression for the above equation?
2[Agϩ] ϩ [CrO 42Ϫ]
[Agϩ]2[CrO42Ϫ]
[Ag2CrO4]
(a) ᎏᎏ
(b) ᎏ
ᎏ
(c)
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Ag2CrO4
[Agϩ]2[CrO42Ϫ]
[Agϩ]2[CrO42Ϫ]
(d) ᎏᎏ
2[Ag2CrO4]
2. Are pure solids included in equilibrium expressions? Explain your answer.
3. Write the equilibrium expression for the following hypothetical equation:
→ 2C(aq) ϩ 3D(aq)
3A(aq) ϩ B(aq) ←
4. a. Write the appropriate equilibrium expression for each of the following equations. Include the
value of K.
→ 2NO2(g)
(1) N2O4(g) ←
K ϭ 0.1
Ϫ
→ NHϩ
(2) NH4OH(aq) ←
4 (aq) ϩ OH (aq)
MODERN CHEMISTRY
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K ϭ 2 ϫ 10Ϫ5
SECTION 18-1 REVIEW
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SECTION 18-1 continued
→ Pb2ϩ(aq) ϩ 2IϪ(aq)
(3) PbI2(s) ←
K ϭ 7 ϫ 10Ϫ9
→ 2H2O(l)
(4) H3Oϩ(aq) ϩ OHϪ(aq) ←
K ϭ 1 ϫ 1014
b. Which of the four systems in part a proceeds farthest
to the right when equilibrium is established?
c. Which system contains mostly reactants at
equilibrium?
PROBLEMS
provided.
5.
Write the answer on the line to the left. Show all...

...term of the sequence. When writing the general expression for an arithmetic sequence, you will not actually find a value for this. It will be part of your formula much in the same way x’s and y’s are part of algebraic equations.
a1 is the first term in the sequence. To find the explicit formula, you will need to be given (or use computations to find out) the first term and use that value in the formula.
n is treated like the variable in a sequence. For example, when writing the general explicit formula, n is the variable and does not take on a value. But if you want to find the 12th term, then n does take on a value and it would be 12.
d is the common difference for the arithmetic sequence. You will either be given this value or be given enough information to compute it. You must substitute a value for d into the formula.
You must also simplify your formula as much as possible.
Let's Practice:
i.Write the explicit formula for the sequence that we were working with earlier.
20, 24, 28, 32, 36, . . .
The first term in the sequence is 20 and the common difference is 4. This is enough information to write the explicit formula.
Now we have to simplify this expression to obtain our final answer.
So the explicit (or closed) formula for the arithmetic sequence is .
Notice that an the and n terms did not take on numeric values. They are a part of the formula, again like x’s and y’s in algebraic...

...Demonstrative communication is a form of nonverbal and unwritten communication that is a two-way process if done correctly. The sender must send the right message and it must also be received and understood correctly by the receiver. We obtain information through our senses and our communication can be in the forms of facial expressions, gestures, body language and posture, eye gaze, blinking of eyes, and lips or mouth. Demonstrative communication can be effective and ineffective, positive and negative, for the sender and receiver, and involves listening and responding. Communication is around us every day and having effective communications skills will help a conversation flow properly.
Demonstrative communication can be in the form of facial expressions, gestures, body language and posture, eye gaze, blinking of eyes, and lips or mouth. Facial expressions are a big part of nonverbal communication because a lot of information can be given away with a smile or frown. Most facial expressions of happiness, fear, anger, surprise, confusion, excitement, and sadness are the same all over the world. Gestures can be waving and pointing and some gestures might have different meanings all over the world. A clenched fist and indicate somebody is angry, a thumbs up and thumbs down can mean approval or disapproval, the “okay” symbol can mean “okay” in the United States but can mean different things in other countries.
Body...

...II. Main Types of Emotions and Facial Expression
Presenter:
■ 1. Happiness
■ 2. Sadness
■ 3. Anger
■ 4. Disgust
■ 5. Surprise
■ 6. Fear
1. happiness
( Features
- forehead relax
- lightly raised eyebrows
- wrinkled outer corner eyes ( eyes smile
- lifted cheekbones
- lips corners pull up in a smile
( Comparison
- The happiness facialexpression associated with feelings of contentment and intense joy, which is expressed in the similar way around the world.
- In China and Japan, this emotion is unacceptable to show in open way.
2. Sadness
( Features
- frowning forehead and eyebrows
- dropping upper eyelids
- skin around the eyes is pulled in
- eyes are tearing ( cry
- losing focus in eyes
- lip corners pull down
( Tear formation
Produce water from eyes and make a noise ( cry
( Comparison
- In Eastern cultures ( collectivism ( not to show the negative facial expression
- In Western culture ( individualism ( to express explicitly personal opinions ( good / bad)
- In American culture ( the displays of men’s sadness in public is regarded a strong criticism.
3. Anger
( Features
- frowning forehead
- pushing down eyebrows
-...

...Course No. : F-507
Course Title: Micro Finance and Micro Enterprise Development
Course Teacher: M. A. Baqui Khalily
Professor
Department of Finance
University of Dhaka
“Poverty Reduction in Bangladesh: Role of Government’s Social Protection Programs and Micro Credit
of MDGs: A Review of Bangladesh Experience”
Prepared by:
Md. Shahjahan, Student ID No.18052
EMBA Student
Date of Submission: January 11, 2012
Letter of transmittal
January 11, 2012
M. A. Baqui Khalily
Professor & Course Teacher
Department of Finance
University of Dhaka
Dear Sir,
I am pleased to submit a copy of the assignment on the “Micro Credit in Poverty Reduction and Achievement of MDGs: A Review of Bangladesh Experience” for your kind consideration. I would like to say that this assignment was helpful for me to understand the role of micro credit in poverty reduction in Bangladesh. I am very much thankful to you for assigning me this opportunity.
I have studied this topic and enforced my best effort to prepare it. It is in the following pages.
If required, I am obliged to provide further information.
Sincerely yours,
Md. Shahjahan
EMBA Student
ID# 18052
Department of Finance
University of Dhaka
Acknowledgement
I express my thanks to our course teacher M. A. Baqui Khalily, Professor, Finance Department for...