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Lucio honored by Advocate

The St. Scholastica Academy volleyball team is 30-4 on the season and was on a major roll before having their 23-match winning streak snapped over the weekend participating in the Cabrini Tournament at the Pontchartrain Center in Kenner. 129 more words

SSA

Article #55: Validating Same-Sex Attracted Christians

“People who surrender their unwanted same-sex attractions to the Lord need time and support to fulfill God’s plan for their lives. As with each of us, they need love, acceptance, and accountability to grow.

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Homosexuality

Sunday Say-Again [3]

This week’s been abit mad. Personal life is chaotic. I’ve got so much to read and review and hardly any time to do it. I’m also trying to prepare for… 131 more words

Meme

Building a Better Entrepreneur Infrastructure for Disabled Americans

With all of our government programs that exist to assist those who are minorities, female, and veterans, there seems to be a lack of any real infrastructure to encourage entrepreneurship among those with disabilities. 1,805 more words

AVtick

Inverse functions: Arcsine and SSA (Part 17)

In the last few posts, we studied the SSA case of solving for a triangle, when two sides and an non-included angle are given. (Some mathematics instructors happily prefer the angle-side-side acronym to bluntly describe the complications that arise from this possibly ambiguous case. 358 more words

Precalculus

Inverse functions: Arcsine and SSA (Part 16)

We’ve seen in this series that blinding using the arcsine function on a calculator is insufficient for finding all solutions of an equation like . In today’s post, I discuss one of the first places that this becomes practically important: solving the ambiguous case of solving a triangle given two sides and an nonincluded angle. 409 more words

Precalculus

Week Eight Part 1: Poverty Reduction Strategy Plans & Financial Strategies

In Jeffrey Sach’s “The End of Poverty,” he discusses Poverty Reduction Strategy Plans (PRS) in five countries in Africa. I chose to look into Ghana… 506 more words

Liz Stratman