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Andrew L. Smith

Indianapolis, IN, United States

Emily Paulsen

Bloomington, IN, United States

Tina

Imperial, MO, United States

Heather Schelt

Littleton, CO, United States

Shirley Olsen

Thurmont, MD, United States

Wyn Blight

Cardiff, United Kingdom

Apurva P

Ahmedabad, Gujarat, India

Amun Qureshi

Duabi, United Arab Emirates

Debbie Robinson

Eagle River, AK, United States

Stephan Hughes

Rio de Janeiro, Brazil

Val Jacobson

New Bethlehem, PA, United States

Michael Marmon

Peoria, AZ, United States

Karen Field

Thessaloniki, Greece

Katy Frank

Stow, OH, United States

Rephinus Omoro

Witbank, South Africa

Hercules Nikolaou

Combined Locks, WI, United States

Lara EnglishHill

Woodbury, NJ, United States

Sara Brenneman

Hanover, PA, United States

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Office Designs Of A Cabin

(Photo by:2024 aluminum plate) Our company is into office interior design in a major way. Recently we received a brief from a client of ours to redesign their office cabin. They wanted splashes of pastel colors to lighten up the space. The following is a description of what the end product looked like.We'll first start with the floor. We used 2' by 2' matt finished vitrified tiles in epoxy grouting for the floor. The floor gave a metallic look and…See More
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How To Do Equation Word Problems Quickly

Word problems represent the math equation in the form of sentence. Word problems can involve algebra, arithmetic, geometry, combinations. Some time we also take calculus help to solve word problems. Many students have the trouble with word problems. The cause can be revolving around having a systematic approach to solving word problems. To solve any word problem you at least should have the basic knowledge of other area of math. Here’s one…See More
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