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In mathematics, cross multiplication is a process where a variable in an equation is determined by cross multiplying two fractions or expressions. Cross multiplication can be applied also compare fractions by multiplying the numerator of each fraction by the other's denominator.
In mathematics, specifically in elementary arithmetic and elementary algebra, given an equation between two fractions or rational expressions, one can cross-multiply to simplify the equation or determine the value of a variable.
The method is also occasionally known as the "cross your heart" method because a heart can be drawn to remember which things to multiply together and the lines resemble a heart outline.
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2. A computer helps you to listen to music.
3. A computer helps you to use the internet.
4. A computer helps you to send e-mail.
5. A computer helps you to play games.
6. A computer helps you to draw a picture.
7. A computer helps you to watch a movie.
8. A computer helps you to chat with a friend
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Neuroglia are non-neuronal cells that support and protect the neurons. Neuroglia in the central nervous system include astrocytes, oligodendrocytes, microglial cells, and ependymal cells. Schwann cells and satellite cells are the neuroglia in the peripheral nervous system.
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Principles of Management
Principles of management are broad and general guidelines for managerial decision making and behavior (i.e. they guide the practice of management).
Nature of Principles of Management
The nature of principles of management can be described in the following points:
1. Universal applicability i.e. they can be applied in all types of organizations, business as well as non-business, small as well as large enterprises.
2. General Guidelines: They are general guidelines to action and decision making however they do not provide readymade solutions as the business environment is ever changing or dynamic.
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Tyndall effect can be defined as the scattering of a beam of light by colloidal particles present in a colloidal solution. This effect can be observed when a fine beam of light passes through a small hole in a dark room. This effect occurs due to the scattering of light by particles of dust or smoke present in the air.
The Tyndall effect can also be observed when sunlight passes through the canopy of a dense forest. In the forest, the mist contains tiny droplets of water which act as colloidal particles dispersed in the air.
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Biomolecules are defined as any organic molecule present in a living cell which includes carbohydrates, proteins, fats etc. Each biomolecule is essential for body functions and manufactured within the body. They can vary in nature, type, and structure where some may be straight chains, some may be cyclic rings or both. Also, they can vary in physical properties such as water solubility, melting points.
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