History * Incidents | Types[show] | Tactics[show] | Terrorist groups[show] | State terrorism[show] | Organization[show] | Fighting terrorism[show] | * v * t * e | A common definition of terrorism is the systematic use or threatened use of violence to intimidate a population or government and thereby effect political, religious, or ideologicalchange.[1][2] Terrorism in India, according to the Home Ministry, poses a significant threat to the state. Terrorism in India are basically...
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Math and Science The math teacher can teach students about exponential notation. Once students become proficient in reading and writing numbers in exponential form, and in converting numbers between exponential, factor, and standard form, they can apply this knowledge to topics in science. For example, they can write the distance between the sun and each planet using scientific notation. For advanced students, you can teach them about negative exponents. Then they can explore the half-life of...
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Math is not my best subject. I would go as far to say that at times, I HATE MATH. Don't get me wrong, I use math every day. At work, I have to turn fractions into decimals. I can figure out my change at the store. I am even getting through this Stats class. I just wish I knew exactly why I don't like math. It might be because it seems like such a foreign language to me. I can remember when I started learning math. I used to sit in my class and use my chisel and rock slate to carve the numbers...
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bs, or when a child says foots for feet a form resulting from such a process Logic. a form of reasoning in which one thing is inferred to besimilar to another thing in a certain respect, on the basis of theknown similarity between the things in other respects. ar·gu·ment an oral disagreement; verbal opposition; contention; altercation:a violent argument. a process of reasoning; series of reasons: I couldn't follow hisargument. a statement, reason, or fact for or against a point: This is astrong argument in favor of her theory...
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Does Maths Help You with Other Subjects? Maths helps you with other subjects because it enables the student to be a logical thinker and have skills in statistical analysis. Maths also gives skills which are closer to those used in the workplace as opposed to skills learned in other subjects. Realistically speaking, numbers, problem solving and equations are actually used more in both home and working life than you may have originally thought. How Is Mathematics Used in Other Subjects? The...
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Pedram Ghodrati Math Why do we have to learn algebra? Math is an academic subject which many students struggle to master. I remember when I was in high school, I always had a hard time understanding math. In senior year I almost dropped out of school because of the difficulty of high levels of math classes. I just read an article called, “Is Algebra Necessary?” by Andrew Hacker, an American political scientist and public intellectual. He is currently Professor Emeritus in the Department of Political...
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The Use of Cannabis and Its Relation to Schizophrenia Introduction: Since the 1990s is it known that there is a relationship between the use of cannabis and schizophrenia spectrum disorders (Thornicroft, 1990). Several psychologists have investigated this relation and have come to different answers regarding its importance. In many countries around the world, the attitude towards the use of cannabis is getting more liberal in recent times. This liberalization of the illegal drug use leads apparently...
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CHAPTER I I. Introduction Math and English were also known as language. Math deals with figures, numbers, shapes, equations, and other logical operations. While, English deals with letters, words, reading, writing, listening and speaking skills related to grammar. The researchers need to know the correlation between Math-related subjects and the English subject of first year students of the Technological Institute of the Philippines. Despite of this, they will compare the performance of female...
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Why do Filipino students hate math? by jhay on June 16, 2009 X Welcome Googler! If you find this page useful, you might want to subscribe to the RSS feed for updates on this topic. Yesterday, I expected the first meeting of my statistics class to be the start of a boring and tormented semester of taking another math subject. My hatred or lack of enthusiasm in math as a subject stems back to my high school days spent being humiliated in front of class by a teacher who forced us to do manual...
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Mathematics and other subjects shared a inherent relationship. They are interrelated with each other. Without mathematics, subjects like are physics, chemistry, geography, economics etc. are incomplete. It possess a variety of applications in connection with other subjects as follows: 1) In geography, it is used in weather prediction, impact of atmospheric change on aquatic and non-aquatic life. 2) In history, it is used to find out the time period from which various artifacts, scriptures belong...
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Math Self-efficacy 1 Running head: SELF-EFFICACY AND STANDARDIZED TEST PERFORMANCE Accepted for publication in the Journal of Educational Psychology. This version may slightly differ from the published version. Does Math Self-efficacy Mediate the Effect of the Perceived Classroom Environment on Standardized Math Test Performance? Lisa A. Fast University of California, Riverside James Lewis University of California, Riverside Michael J. Bryant California Institute of the Arts Kathleen A....
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Introduction • Students often complain about Math and its application in life • Mathematics is “..the science of numbers and their operations, interrelations, combinations, generalizations, and abstractions and of space configurations and their structure, measurement, transformations, and generalizations.” Body A. Early Math skills directly correlate to scholastic achievement • Those who learned most math in Kindergarten had highest scores during further education • UC Irvine Distinguished...
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Technological Institute of the Philippines 938 Aurora Blvd., Cubao, Quezon City Percentage of Civil Engineering Freshmen of TIP QC Who Have Math Difficulties A Research Paper Submitted to Mr. Orlino D. Rabago Jr. In Partial Fulfillment of the Requirements in English 123/002 Submitted by: Group 1 Abalos, John Shadrach Alabaso, Jejomark Bukirin, Airah Catalan, Jeannivieve Anzhel Quenn Cruz, Joan Lendl Flores, Alexi Arielle Malibas, Alyssa Nagrampa, Ayzen Relacio, Charmaine ...
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Math is a monster! Mathematics is the subject which is commonly hated by almost all students. (mostly high school and college dudes). Nowadays, mathematics is almost always taken for granted. Most students hate mathematics because math twist brains; it needs great thinking or most specially logic; it is a though and confusing subject! ; and most of all Mathematics will surely drop the grades of students who hate it.! But for me, I’m gonna turn things upside down.! I mean , I Love Math- though...
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America ranks thirty-second in math. It is because students fail to see the benefits of math. The average scholar is more interested in extracurricular activities. While these activities are enjoyable and can be educational, we must not stray away from the core subjects. Out of the core subjects’ math ranks supreme in most aspects. Math can be cumbersome at times, yet it allows for a more enjoyable job and life. When it comes to school subjects, Math is the superior choice since...
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reap low self-esteem and suffer from math anxiety when studying and learning mathematics. That is one of the major problems encountered by the students in mathematics. Math anxiety is described as “feeling of intense frustration or helplessness about one’s ability to do math works”. Students who suffer from math anxiety always have the feeling of incapability of doing activities, which involve mathematics. Moreover, other math anxious students look for other way to avoid doing any mathematical...
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What subjects should we study at school? School is a place to discover. To discover new friends, hobbies, feelings, likes, dislikes, but most importantly to discover passions. As James Barrie once said “ Nothing is really work, unless you’d rather be doing something else”. When you discover the things you like you progress with them and flourish in them. However, many teenagers are being pushed towards to low-quality "dead end" vocational courses, when really they should be pushed into doing...
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The Math area is an integral part of the overall Montessori curriculum. Math is all around us. Children are exposed to math in various ways since their birth. They begin to see numbers all around their environment. It is inherent for them to ask questions about time, money and questions about quantities. Math should be included in the Montessori curriculum because math materials are bright, colorful and aesthetically pleasing, math materials are clear and concrete that children are able to understand...
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HOW IS MATH USED IN MUSIC? Math can be used in music in many different ways. Music theorists often use mathematics to understand music, and although music is evidently abstract in modern mathematics, mathematics is “the basis of sound” and sound itself “in its musical aspects exhibits a remarkable array of number properties.” The average person lacking in great knowledge of math and musical theories would not categorize mathematics with music. In actuality, math and music are related, and we use...
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processing and gathering the data fairly, lawfully and for the purpose. This means that they shall only use within the organisation. The information stored by businesses on databases must be: • Obtained fairly and lawfully • Adequate, relevant and not excessive in relation to the intended use • Accurate and up date • Not kept for longer than necessary • Processed in line with your rights • Subject to procedures to prevent unlawful processing, accidental loss, destruction and damage to personal...
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Reaction Paper to Course Objective #4, Math Issues and Trends in Curriculum Development. James Horton My grandmother, Elizabeth Warren, used to talk about her experiences when she was a teacher in a one room school house in a small town in North Carolina in the 1930’s and 1940’s. I think she said she had about twenty to thirty students in the classroom and she was responsible for determining what was taught and how the students learned. She said that many students learned by using...
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KINEMATICS 1. An object is moving with uniform accleration. Its velocity after 5 sec is 25m/s and after 8 sec,it is 34 m/s. Find the distance travelled by this object in 12th second. Ans. 44.5 A particle starts with a velocity of 100 cm/s and moves with –2 cm/s2 acceleration. When its velocity be zero and how far will it have gone? Ans. 50s , 25m m/s. After 7 a time interval ∆t, the velocity of the body is reduced by half, and after the same time interval, the velocity is again reduced by half...
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Gibson Math 095 24 November 2010 Do we really need Math when we grow up? When I was growing up, I really did not care for math. At a young age I realized that I must study and practice all the time to truly understand math. Math is a tricky subject like that, if you do not practice it all the time you tend to forget it. I also asked myself one day, ‘Do we really need to have a good foundation of math, and will we need it when we grow up?” When we are older adults, are we going to need Math knowledge...
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ABSTRACT The study entitled “TEACHERS’ ATTITUDE AND ITS RELATION ON THE MATHEMATICS SUBJECT AS PERCEIVED BY SELECTED SECOND YEAR STUDENTS OF DASMARIÑAS NATIONAL HIGH SCHOOL S.Y. 2010 – 2011” conducted by Aira Shane M. Balmes, Ruth A. Bobadilla and Mika B. Miralles aims to determine whether the perception of the students to the attitude of the teachers has a significant relationship to their academic performance. The researchers used the Descriptive Research design to describe the...
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Welcome to Math-Drills.com where we have tens of thousands of free math worksheets that are downloaded tens of millions of times per year. At Math-Drills.com, we provide high-quality printable math worksheets with answer keys and other general use printables. Please see our Tour of Math-Drills.com if you are unfamiliar with the site. Among our millions of users are teachers, parents, home schoolers, tutors and many other educators. Teachers use math worksheets to assess students' mastery of...
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HUMAN RELATIONS ~(Group 3) * Within the business organization, it promotes pleasant and productive working relationships among employees. * Misconceptions about HR * 1. Human relations are merely a “common sense”. * 2. “Nice Guy” Philosophy * 3. Human relations weaken management authority and obstruct production. * 4. Human relations weaken unions. * 5. Human relations can be used to manipulate people. * 6. Human relations is merely for people at the bottom of the...
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Observing Math Instruction Jeraldine Smith Grand Canyon University EED 364 Amanda Bruce September 23, 2012 On September 20, 2012 I observed in Mr. Jones 1st grade math class. The lesson was based on how to teach addition and subtraction to first grader. In this paper I will be observing an elementary mathematic lesson based on a math standards. The standards The National Council of Teachers of Mathematic (NCTM) are to guide educators on how to teach math the correct way. In comparing...
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with the use of source 1, books; this source will give an expert outlook from highly respected authors and academic professionals. This will include different perspectives, approaches and definitions of “what employee relations is”. “Employee relations is a common title for the industrial relations function within personnel management and is also sometimes used as an alternative label for the academic field of “industrial relations”. The term underlines the fact that industrial relations is not confined...
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attempts to provide some solid explanation for the seemingly random chaos in the world. Mathematicians search for patterns that are present in life and that apply to the numerous laws of math. There are several fields of mathematics, some of the simpler ones being algebra, geometry, trigonometry, and calculus. One subject in particular that illustrates mathematical concepts is the game of football, or commonly known as soccer. I have been playing soccer for almost ten years, and it is my passion. I...
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Reflection on Math April Thompson Math 214 March 25, 2013 Michelle Carmel Reflection on Math In my experience in this course, I was taught and also came across many different concepts of becoming a math educator. By being a math teacher, to me it means that we must know and also process the information that is giving and taught to us as well. I have heard many individuals say the math is an easy subject to teach, because everything is written out for us educators step by steps. But, what...
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We rely on all the four ways of knowing; sense of perception, language, emotion and reason. However, they all have weaknesses. We often use ways of knowing in conjunction with each other. Some areas of knowledge might not use sense of perception as such but we sometimes think that Maths for example uses mainly logic or reason. Is this true? Reason is one of the strongest ways of knowing. One of the strengths of reason as a source of knowledge is that it seems to give us certainty. We can...
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need to know a lot of math.” “Math is so boring.” “I’m just not good with numbers. If I need to know that stuff, I ask my boyfriend.” Does any of the above sound familiar? Or do you also feel what others feel about their Mathematics subject? Don’t be dismayed, you’re not alone. There are many. While the geeks and nerds are enjoying problem solving, others surely hate the ancient Greeks for inventing Mathematics. Others have hatred or lack of enthusiasm with this subject. One that aggravates...
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1. Studying how people get along with one another A. won't help a worker become more productive. B. has little use outside the workplace. C. for most people is a difficult thing to do. D. can improve a person's personal life. 2. Among the qualities listed on the Human Relations Scale, the most important one for building new relationships is A. self-confidence. B. a sense of humor. C. self-honesty. D. consideration. 3. In general, becoming a good listener is difficult for most of us because ...
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Math 213 gives new teachers the tools needed to further understand what they will be facing when entering the classroom. There is a wide range of mathematic concepts covered throughout this course. Among them the major topics included: the principals and process standards for elementary school mathematics defined by the National Council of Teachers of Mathematics and the application of problem-solving strategies using numerical patterns. Additional major concepts covered were the relations and...
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University of Phoenix Material Secondary Textbook Evaluation Criteria Subject: Math Grade or Level: 9th grade Textbook Title: Algebra: Beginning and Intermediate Publisher and Year of Publication: Houghton Mifflin 2006 Evaluation |Scale of 5 (high) to 1 (low) | | | | | | | | | | | | ...
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Subject: Math Date of Demo: Feb 04, 2013 Topic: Measuring Capacity Level: Grade - III I. Objectives: At the end of the session, students are expected to: * Define Capacity * Know the difference of Liter (L) and millimeter (ml). * Know how to convert Liter (L) to millimeter (ml) II. Subject Matter: Measuring Capacity Reference: (1) Understanding Math Essentials 3 (pp. 357 – 360) Maria Theresa Garcia Capule Materials: III. Procedure: ...
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I think that many math topics have meaning and relevancy and are dependent on the path one takes in terms of finding real world application. For example, sports is largely dependent on sports. Decisions are made based regarding playing time as well as strategy based on percentages. In baseball, there is a strong use of math. Managers have to make decisions on which pitchers to start and, especially so in games of importance, those decisions are predicated upon statistical reality. If a pitcher has...
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Certificate in Financial Maths & Modelling Syllabus Overview The Certificate in Financial Maths & Modelling provides a rigorous and integrated set of quantitative tools to understand and ex plain financial instruments, financial risk and corporate value and the fundamentally important relationship between them. The emphasis throughout is on t he practical modelling of real life problems and opportunities. Techniques such as no-arbitrage pricing, duration, convexity and portfolio analysis - including...
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GCU Patient Rights Abstract This paper discusses the importance of two documents in ethical issues of the use of human test subjects in research. The creation of these documents came after acquiring knowledge of unethical methods being used in human research. This also proves that people learn from past mistakes, and those mistakes will shape how the same situations could be better handled in the future. Ethical standards need to be regulated for the sake of all human civilization. Patient...
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Research Problem and Literature Review Background Skills shortages in STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Maths) sectors have been identified as being a real threat to development around the world, shortages have been reported in Europe, United States and in Australia. STEM education is well placed to teach skills that are relevant in the information-rich modern economy, such as problem solving and evidence based thinking (West, 2012). Studies indicate that society is presently experiencing...
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“Memorizing math facts is the most important step to understanding math. Math facts are the building blocks to all other math concepts and memorizing makes them readily available” (EHow Contributor, 2011). To clarify, a math fact is basic base-10 calculation of single digit numbers. Examples of basic math facts include addition and multiplication problems such as 1 + 1, 4 + 5, 3 x 5 and their opposites, 2 – 1, 9 – 4, 15/5(Marques, 2010 and Yermish, 2011). Typically, these facts are memorized at grade...
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Why do students like/dislike math? We have different reasons why we hate or like math. As of these days, 70% of the students hate math and the remaining 30% is the one who likes math. Students say they hate math for some reasons, firstly simply because they don’t understand it and they just don’t like numbers. It’s like when they see numbers their life is starting to tear down. Secondly is they are afraid to take risk on answering the problem. They are thinking that it might not be the correct...
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1-20-13 Essay #1- math and me When I first learned about math I was nervous I thought I wouldn’t learn how to do it or be good at it or maybe not be able to keep up with the others. When I finally started doing it I realized I was actually pretty good at it so I kept practicing and learning new things and then third grade came and we had to do multiplication and times tables, I wasn’t thrilled. I didn’t quite get it at first and took me a while to get the hang of it. I just remember doing mad minutes...
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and the role they play in the acquisition of knowledge. Language is best defined as something that is intended, creative and open-ended, and structured. Mathematics, logic, and music all fairly represent each of the requirements of language. Math, logic and music are all intended, creative, and open-ended. If spoken and written languages were considered to be “natural languages,” then it would be fair to consider these three to be “unnatural languages” due to their different nature. While they...
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Math 1342 Name _______________________ Lab 1 – Chapter 1 Put the answers to the following questions on the blanks. 1. A survey regarding choices of colors of chairs in the lobby area is sent through email to all 5000 employees at a particular company. 30 people respond to the survey. a) What is the sample? (Include a number) ________________________________ b) What is the population? (Include a number) ________________________________ c) Would this sample...
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The Relationship Among Working Memory, Math Anxiety, and Performance Mark H. Ashcraft and Elizabeth P. Kirk Cleveland State University OBJECTIVE: The general focus of this research is to examine performance in standard cognitive frameworks and online tasks. The researchers hope to examine the influence that math anxiety exerts on mathematical cognition and to identify the processing components that are so influenced. HYPOTHESIS: The higher the math anxiety, the lower the working memory capacity...
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are many applications of math in racing. The purpose of racing is to win and in order to do that there must be a lot of math involved. If you don't use math and use it correctly then you will not win. Mathematics is involved in racing in two ways, the car setup and scoring an measurements. The car setup involves tire pressure, down force, wedge, aerodynamic Drag, camber, track bar and valance. The scoring system also uses math. In addition to scoring math is also used to measure...
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AN INQUIRY ON IMPROVING HIGHSCHOOL STUDENTS WITH LEARNING DIFFICULTIES IN MATHEMATICS Introduction Mathematics is the abstract study of topics encompassing quantity, structure, space, change, and other properties; it has no generally accepted information. The mathematical aspects of something: "the mathematics of general relativity". It is present in any field whether Science, Livelihood, Health, Technology, Engineering, Medicine, Architecture. Therefore...
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Public Public Relations PR The main goal of a public relations department is to enhance a company’s reputation. Staff that work in public relations, or as it is commonly known, PR, are skilled publicists. They are able to present a company or individual to the world in the best light. The role of a public relations department can be seen as a reputation protector. Role of PR: Public relations (PR) is the practice of managing the flow of information between an organization and its publics...
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Redline Training Program – The “Institutional Gaze” and Disciplining Subjects Introduction Southwestern is a sales and leadership company based in Nashville, Tennessee that provides summer work opportunities for university students across North America. Students sell educational products directly to families in their homes throughout the summer (SW Corporate). Redline is part of the Southwestern Company training and working with mostly students from the West Coast, including Canada, Washington...
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Math Anxiety Mathematics is probably one of the most important skills a student will learn. However, many will argue on practical significance of calculus in everyday life. There are people who get fearful at just the thought of taking that required math class. They worry about having to figure out problems and remembering order of operations. Not only just in the classroom but outside, problems such as having to figure out everyone’s part in a bill from lunch or dividing up partial payments for...
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mathematics is also regarded as a compulsory part of our education. In my opinion, studying math can instill in students the value of our own culture and history, cultivate our development of logical thinking and stimulate growth of society as well. However, the study of math does not always bring benefits back, it may let people put too much faith on math statistics and it may make students lose their interests in math study due to excess rigid demands. First of all, it is important for people to realize...
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involves concept of a valid contract, pre-contractual statements, express term and misrepresentation. A valid contract is established between Beauty and Stylish when an offer is accepted and there is intention for both parties to create legal relations. An offer refers to the expression of willingness of the offerer to be contractually bound by an agreement if his or her offer is properly accepted. It has to be clear and certain in terms. It must also be communicated to the offeree before it is...
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