November 2020

opportunity cost
buying

What is Opportunity Cost?

Opportunity cost is a term used by economists to describe how much an item contributes or costs to your life when you don’t have it, without considering all other options. It is generally the next best alternative, and so the opportunity cost of buying for example an SUV includes the cost of buying a cheaper

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figurative language
characters

What Is Figurative Language?

In a narrow definition, figurative language refers to a language that uses a word in a way that deviates from its literal interpretation to achieve more complex and powerful effects. When people use the terms “figurative” and “language,” they do so in the context of their own language, not as a general term for all

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QR code
barcode

What is QR Code?

A QR code (Quick response code) is a genre of the two-dimensional bar-code (or matrix bar-code), It was designed in 1994 for the automotive industry in Japan.The QR code system was invented by “Masahiro Hara” from the Japanese company Denso Wave, the design was influenced by the black and white pieces on a Go board.

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quinoa
diet

What is Quinoa?

Quinoa (pronounced KEEN – wah) is a plant originally native to the South American Andes. It has been a staple food for the native people for thousands of years and has grown for centuries in and around the Butes Mountains. In recent years, Quinoa has been an alternative to rice in many foodies diets. Quinoa

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bipolar disorder
bipolar

What is Bipolar Disorder?

Bipolar disorder is a psychological condition, that causes people with the disorder to have extreme and intense emotional states. Everyone experiences ups and downs in life but people suffering from bipolar disorder, also known as manic or depressive disorder, go through dramatic change in the ability to perform everyday tasks and unlike normal mood swings,

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ADHD
ADHD

What is ADHD?

Attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) is a disorder characterized by excessive attention deficit and hyperactive behavior that is persistent and developmentally inappropriate. It affects about one in 10 school-age children in the United States, with boys more likely to be affected than girls. It is estimated that 3-4% of adults have ADHD and in many cases

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dark ages
dark ages

What is The Dark Ages?

The dark ages is a label that was given to the time we live in by those who were dismayed by the lack of good literature at the time. The extent of the Dark Ages has become detached from this period, mainly in the centuries immediately after the fall of Rome.The first person to coined

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time management and procrastinating
anxiety

What is Procrastination?

Procrastination can be defined as the practice of postponing or postponing tasks until the last minute or after the deadline. Whether you are postponing a project or a job, avoiding homework, ignoring homework or still hesitating, it can have a huge impact on your job, your grades and your life. According to the National Institutes

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