An associate degree is an undergraduate degree awarded after a course of post-secondary study lasting two to three years. It is a level of qualification between a high school diploma, GED, and a bachelor's degree.
The first associate degrees were awarded in the UK (where they are no longer awarded) in 1873 before spreading to the US in 1898. In the United States, the associate degree may allow transfer into the third year of a bachelor's degree. Associate degrees have since been introduced in a small number of other countries.
I am creating a web page that will have several buttons on it. When a button is pressed it will play a tone or combination of tones.
With the Google Web Designer application, I can create a simple page with one button on it. I'm able to associate the clicking of that button with "Custom Code"...
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Does anyone here have degrees that aren't related to their careers? I was thinking of maybe taking some automotive courses at a community college towards an associates. This is merely for my own interests, and to allow me to work on my own car, knowing that I did the job correctly...
Are all complex integers that have the same norm associates of each other?
I have seen definitions saying that an associate of a complex number is a multiple of that number with a unit. And I understand that the conjugate of a complex number is also an associate. But I am looking for a...
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I'm trying to find solutions to $$g''(\theta) + \cot\theta g'(\theta) +\left( 2-\frac{m^2}{\sin\theta}\right)g(\theta)=0 : m\in\mathbb N\\
g'(\pi/2) = 0.$$
I input this into Mathematica as
DSolve[{g''[\[Theta]] +
Cot[\[Theta]] g'[\[Theta]] + (2 - m^2/
Sin[\[Theta]]^2)...
Hi, I'm Aviv, 21 years old from Israel.
Currently a 2 and a half years long soldier, about to finish in a few months.
Before shipping out to the military I've been in a Secondary high-school and graduated as what they call it abroad "Associate Engineer". As what they present in Israel, it's only...
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On Udemy.com (Online courses) I just earned the Amazon Web Services Certified Associate 2018 certification. My job prospects are obviously a lot better. I have 22 certifications now total.
I want to start a business, but I am unemployed right now and don't know where the heck that business...
Is it career suicide for a Phd student to have an older supervisor (50s) who isn't even an associate professor?
Note I'm looking at doing a Phd in maths.
I am planning on transferring to a 4 year university to major in physics. I am currently overseas and must take classes online. After an almost endless grueling search I was able to find a school that offered an associates program online that I feel is in the right direction for what I intend to...
If there's anyone experienced out there who could give me some advice, I'd be very grateful. I'm trying to decide if I should get a bachelor's degree in engineering or take the cheap/short route and get an associate's in engineering technology. Also, if it helps, I'm thinking about electrical or...
Hello!So here's the scenario:
I'm currently in 1st year Computer Science in a college and I plan to get all the first year subjects required to transfer into engineering in a university next year. But as I am taking this programming course, I got really hooked and suddenly got interested in...
Why do we associate numbers with a line?
It just dawned on me that I was never told why and that all the math I have studied so far assumed that numbers could be placed on a number line =/. Questioning this seems odd to me but I would like to exactly know why. I can't think of a reason.
Also...
Let us take for granted for this discussion that we are clear by what we mean by macroscopic measurements: reading a number from a ruler, a scale, a gauge of any sort. Now suppose we perform a (macro) measurement of some aspect of a real laboratory system whose result, we presume, depends on...
I currently work at a community college and as a result have the oppertunity to take "free" courses (I still have to pay for books and some fees). I already have BS/MS in Environmental Technology/Management, so I have a fairly good foundation in chemistry, math, geology, and environment...
I don't understand why I solve the integration in two different ways and get two different answers!
To find:
\int_0^{\pi} P_1^1(cos \theta) sin \theta d \theta
1) Solve in \theta
P_1(cos \theta) = cos \theta \;\Rightarrow \; P_1^1(cos \theta)= -sin \theta
\int_0^{\pi}...
Homework Statement
in quantum mechanics, if we have a wave function, and an operator, we
can know the eigenvalue from the eigen equation:\hat{F}\phi=f\phi. but how we obtain the mathematical form of operator \hat{F}?
Homework Equations
\hat{x} \rightarrow x ?
\hat{p} \rightarrow -ih...
Homework Statement
F a field.
Prove that every nonzero f(x) in F[x] has a unique monic associate in F[x].
2. The attempt at a solution
Since F is a field, there exists a unit u in F and a function f(x) in F[x] such that g(x)=uf(x) with g(x) in F[x] a monic associate of f(x).
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