I was seven years old when I encountered the tiger. He was crouched, alert in stance and eyes, ready to pounce. I almost missed him, hidden beneath the tall grass; it was only upon my second glance-around that I saw the glimmer of his eyes, the glint of amber among sun-washed blades of green; I screamed with all of my lung capacity, closed my eyes, and froze. 996 more words
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What I found extremely interesting was Richard’s literal and figurative descents throughout the play, which we see a number of towards his final actions. The very first descent that I took note of — which intrigued me enough to start noticing more — was when Henry Bolingbroke came back with his army just to “get his land back.” We later learn that may not have been his only intentions. 306 more words
MM4H Solution of Non Linear Literal and Simultaneous Equations. This video was prepared for students undertaking Mathematical Methods (CAS) in Year 12 in the State of Victoria, Australia.