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Noorat is a student from Tanzania who needs $150 by January 30, 2021 to fund her education.

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I am a form 1A student. I am a 13-year-old girl. I cannot forget the day my aunt died because she was the one who raised me she took care of me when my mother was strugling she was my biggest support. The happiest moment of my life was when my mother gave birth to my young sister that changed a lot in my life.
When I grow up and earn a lot of money, I will build a school for the needy, the handicapped, and for molested girls who have been raped, so that they can all have an opportunity to learn and built their lives for a better future. That's my bio and thank you.

Birthday: 2006

Gender: Female

Favorite Classes: english,geography and chemistry

Favorite Books: novels

I Want to Be: an architect

Hobbies: singing and reading novels

Family: father, mother, 1 sister, 2 grandfathers, 1 grandmother

Funding for Form 3 2021:
Tuition, Exams, Uniform   $150

TOTAL   $150
Funding for form 2 2020: $150
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May god be with u
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With all his might
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Good night
Let me tell you about the myths of the underworld as an ending to this chapter
The underworld is the supernatural world of the dead in various religious traditions, located below the world of the living. Chthonic is the technical adjective for things of the underworld.
The concept of an underworld is found in almost every civilization and "may be as old as humanity itself". Common features of underworld myths are accounts of living people making journeys to the underworld, often for some heroic purpose. Other myths reinforce traditions that entrance of souls to the underworld requires a proper observation of ceremony, such as the ancient Greek story of the recently dead Patroclus haunting Achilles until his body could be properly buried for this purpose. Persons having social status were dressed and equipped in order to better navigate the underworld.
A number of mythologies incorporate the concept of the soul of the deceased making its own journey to the underworld, with the dead needing to be taken across a defining obstacle such as a lake or a river to reach this destination. Imagery of such journeys can be found in both ancient and modern art. The descent to the underworld has been described as "the single most important myth for Modernist authors".
Let's talk about the radius

A radius is a straight line from the center of a circle to the circumference of a circle. If you have two or more of them, they are referred to as radii. All radii in a circle will be the same length. The circumference is the outside perimeter of a circle. It's the distance around a circle. A radius can be a line from any point on the circumference to the center of the circle. If you put two radii together, edge to edge, going through the center of a circle, you would get a diameter.
Formula for Radius
The formulas to find the radius are quite simple. If you know the diameter of the circle, use this formula:

If you don't know the diameter, but you know the circumference, you can use this equation:

If you know the area of the circle, use this equation:

Note that the area of a circle is essentially the total space, measured in square units, inside of the perimeter of a circle.
Let's look at how we could apply the above equations to radii in real life.
Example 1
A bike wheel has many spokes that lead to the central hub of the wheel. Each spoke of the wheel will be the same distance from the circumference (the outer circular edge of the wheel) to the central hub (the center of circle). If we knew that the diameter of the wheel was 60 inches, we could easily find the radius of the wheel using this equation:
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Let's talk about the ammeterAn ammeter (from Ampere Meter) is a measuring instrument used to measure the current in a circuit. Electric currents are measured in amperes (A), hence the name. Instruments used to measure smaller currents, in the milliampere or microampere range, are designated as milliammeters or microammeters. Early ammeters were laboratory instruments which relied on the Earth's magnetic field for operation. By the late 19th century, improved instruments were designed which could be mounted in any position and allowed accurate measurements in electric power systems. It is generally represented by letter 'A' in a circuit.
The relation between electric current, magnetic fields and physical forces was first noted by Hans Christian Ørsted in 1820, who observed a compass needle was deflected from pointing North when a current flowed in an adjacent wire. The tangent galvanometer was used to measure currents using this effect, where the restoring force returning the pointer to the zero position was provided by the Earth's magnetic field. This made these instruments usable only when aligned with the Earth's field. Sensitivity of the instrument was increased by using additional turns of wire to multiply the effect – the instruments were called "multipliers"
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Let's talk about civilization for a change
an advanced state of human society, in which a high level of culture, science, industry, and government has been reached.
those people or nations that have reached such a state.
any type of culture, society, etc., of a specific place, time, or group:
Greek civilization.
the act or process of civilizing, as by bringing out of a savage, uneducated, or unrefined state, or of being civilized:
Rome's civilization of barbaric tribes was admirable.
cultural refinement; refinement of thought and cultural appreciation:
The letters of Madame de Sévigné reveal her wit and civilization.
cities or populated areas in general, as opposed to unpopulated or wilderness areas:
The plane crashed in the jungle, hundreds of miles from civilization.
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I want us to talk about the law of floatation

Ships, canoes and ferry boats move on the upper part of the water bodies, we say they float.it may happen that due to accident or over loading they sink. Example Titanic went to the bottom of North Atlantic Ocean after hitting larger ice- berg.
A balloon filled with lighter gas such as hydrogen will keep rising up when released from the hand and a hot air balloon will keep rising as well with the people in carriage once the air in balloon has been heated and expanded.
Therefore floatation can be defined as the tendency of an object to rise up to the upper levels of the fluid or to stay on the surface of the fluid.
The opposite of floatation is sinking and can be defined as the tendency of an object to go to the lower levels of the fluid.

The law of floatation states that, a floating body displaces its own weight of the fluid in which it floats.
This means if a log of 200kg (2000N) floats in water displaces 200kg (2000N) of water, if the same log is placed in other liquid and be able to float it will displace the same 200kg of fluid in which it floats.

I. The average density of the object should be less than the density of the fluid in which the object has to float.
Example, a ship is very heavy but it floats because it is hollow inside it contains air, this causes its average density to be lower than that of water.
II. The upthrust force of the fluid on the object must be equal total weight of the object.(law of floatation)
Example, a coin will sink to the bottom when placed on the surface of water, this is because the upthrust of water on coin is less than its weight

III. The volume of object submerged must be large so as to displace large amount of fluid.

We know that,
Real weight = apparent weight + apparent loss in weight
Apparent loss in weight = weight of fluid displaced = upthrust
Real weight =apparent weight + upthrust
But when an object floats its apparent weight is zero
Apparent weight = 0
Real weight = 0 + upthrust
Real weight = upthrust.
Therefore relationship between upthrust and real weight of floating object is such that upthrust is equal to real weight, and since upthrust is equal to weight of fluid displaced then floating body displaces its own weight of the fluid in which it floats (law of floatation)
In order an object to float its real weight must be equal to upthrust.
If an object floats the volume of fluid displaced is equal to the volume of an object submerged and the percentage of the volume of an object submerged is equal to the relative density of an object with respect to the density of fluid in which it floats.
Hello everyone

Its been a while I know I'm sorry I've been busy lately
It's been a long ramadhan but thanks to god we have finished
Healthily and happily today was the last day of eid
For some of you who didn't know eid is a three day
Celebration to honour ramadhan I'm very sad that
This year we could not take prayer together in one
Area instead though we took eid prayers at our designated
Mosques I could not go there because my mother told
Me its a safety measure because the spread of the
Virus is still there ...... Even though it was a splendid
Eid so I'm wishing u all eid Mubarak
Thank you
Hello every one
I'm wishing you
A happy
Enjoy it with your closest
Friends but.....
Stay inside
The egg hunt safely
Byeeeeee from me💖💖
Heart-Breaking Song - True Love Story
Sometimes, the most touching love stories are those that carry on after one person dies.
Fred Stobaugh has never gotten over losing the love of his life. He married Lorraine, the “prettiest girl [he] ever saw” in Peoria, Illinois in 1940, and their romance was always happy and wonderful. They had three kids and four grandchildren. After 73 years of marriage, Lorraine passed away.
Fred, now 96, lived on and tried to mend his broken heart. A month after his wife’s death, he came across an ad for a local song-writing contest. By his own admission, Fred was tone deaf and a non-musician, but he wrote one of the most beautiful and heart wrenching songs to hit the airwaves.
He lacked the musical skills to record “Sweet Lorraine,” but he sent in the lyrics along with a letter. Green Shoe Studio was so moved that they decided to make his song come to life. Then they made a short documentary titled A Letter From Fred to show the world Fred’s story.
Hello again
A- any
D- dare to do it!!!!
Couple Allowed To Marry After 61 Years - True Love Story
When John Mace first saw Richard Dorr, his “heart went pitter pat.” They met in the 1950s as students at Julliard where their shared love for music turned into love for each other. John had been married before, so Richard helped raise John’s son Paul. When Paul died in 1983 in a car accident, they helped each other through the grieving.
For many years, they had to hide the truth of their affections from the world. For decades, the couple stayed together despite country-wide homophobia, and in 2011, the couple rejoiced when New York legalized gay marriage. The couple celebrated by showing family, friends, and reporters their relationship by spending the weekend performing love songs in their apartment.
Sixty-one years after their paths first crossed, John Mace, 84, and Richard Dorr, 91, wed in a quiet ceremony in June 2011.
Moral--- should gayism be allowed in legal court ??
Love Across The Waters - True Love Story
After knowing her grandfather as a somber and dignified man, Judith Lovell was in awe when she discovered love letters between him and her grandmother. David Hurd had moved from Jamaica to New York City in 1907 where he took on all sorts of jobs to earn his keep. Feeling lonely, he started writing to a woman in the Caribbean. His first letter reached Avril Cato in October 1913. Over the next year David fell head over heels for the mystery woman without ever even seeing a photograph of her.
Their romance grew with each letter, sent with dabs of perfume along with the loving words. Even though they’d never met in person, David sent a letter proposing marriage and nervously awaited a response. Avril’s family gave their blessing. The first time they met was in Jamaica when David arrived for their wedding date in August 1914. Sparks flew just as both had hoped.
Avril left for America with David the day after their wedding. They settled into New York City and raised six children. Avril passed away in 1962. David would never marry again and loved Avril until the day he died in 1971.
Couple Born Together And Died Together - True Love Story
Les Brown Jr. and his wife Helen were both born on December 31, 1918. When they met in high school, they were instantly smitten. Les came from money, while Helen’s family was working class, so their parents disapproved of their young love. But as soon as they left high school at 18, the pair eloped.
They lived their life in Southern California, where they raised a family. They spent every day together and even in their 90s were an active and healthy couple. Near the end of their days, Helen was sick from stomach cancer and Les was suffering with Parkinson’s disease. After 75 years of marriage, Helen died on July 16, 2013
Are you ready
Are you brave
Brave enough
For a new day
I'm all eyes and ears tell me
What arecyou planning for today
Its another day
Sunny I hope
Are you
I am happy and so
Where thou you are
Be happy as me
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