Do you think this guy is good looking?
Ok, I think this guy is hot, my friend beside me doesn't.
who is right? we want to settle this haha
I really need a bit of advice asap for my final year university project. What im doing is taking in input from the user about distances from a city to another city and they can input many cities and distances and then its going to show the shortest route to visit all of them. Ive implemented that part but im not sure how to display it visually. I want to show all the cities as dots on screen and then have it all linked with the route that my algorithm has found. Please point me in the right direction! So i have the data already. Just need to represent it on screen.
I recently added a third hard disk drive to my desktop computer. When I start Windows 7, the Windows icon appears for a few seconds, then the screen goes blank for about 10 seconds before the desktop appears.
Is this period of blank screen connected to adding an extra drive?
My driving test is coming very soon and I'm very unconfident about it. My instructor said that the lesson before your driving test can be your worse as you are so nervous about it coming up. The driving lesson I had recently was the worse ever. The thing is I don't think it is because my test is putting me off... Its because I'm unconfident and unsure about certain things and because my driving instructor gets really angry when I make a mistake, I don't want to ask him because he expects me to know these things.
Is there a difference between induction and inductive reasoning? If so, what is it?
When I'm researching "inductive reasoning" I get a lot of hits that merely quote "induction". Are they talking about the same thing?
Is induction the process of reasoning inductively?
How useful is deductive reasoning? Is it only for specific purposes?
What are the limitations of deductive reasoning? Is it only limited when trying to achieve specific purposes?
Any insight is welcomed.