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Basketball. On April 4, 2004, the University of

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Basketball. On April 4, 2004, the University of Connecticut Huskies nished the season the same way they started itas the number one mens basketball team in the NCAA. They defeated the Georgia Tech Yellow Jackets 8273 in the Final Four championship game. The points came from three types of scoring plays: two-point shots, three-point shots, and one-point free throws. There were seven more two-point shots made than there were one-point free throws completed. The number of successful two-point shots was four more than four times the number of successful three-point shots. How many two-point, three-point, and one-point free throw shots were made in the nals of the 2004 Final Four NCAA tournament?

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POLS 1020 week 15 Part I (week 14 had no class and midterm 3)  Nuclear Proliferation First Nuclear Age: Avoiding Global Thermonuclear War  Nuclear arms race, U.S and Soviet Union  Nuclear weapons as weapons of warfare: o Catastrophic destructive power o No effective defense against nuclear attack o Theory of nuclear deterrence  US – Soviet nuclear cooperation  The First Nuclear War Aug. 6 – 9, 1945 o Nuclear war: in use of nuclear during the war. o Cuban Missile crisis 1964 October. o It’s a MAD world , how did the cold war didn’t turn into global thermonuclear war o Nuclear Deterrence Theory a. No nuclear defense b. Deterrence instead of defense c. Mutual assured destruction (MAD) d. First strike, second strike e. Your first strike (first attack), my second strike(retaliate back) f. The Triad (total three parts: first part: missile; second part: g. 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IAEA – International Atomic Energy Agency  NWS claims to help NNWS without letting them have Nuclear Weapons  NPT creates a new organization IAEA to make sure no countries secretly building a bomb. o “Never Again” Israel and Nuclear Weapons o The Israeli obsession with security o Nukes and Israel’s existential problem o Israel and NPT o Israel and Arab states  India and Pakistan Go Nuclear Together  North Korea, very defensive.  Stealing a bomb. Nuclear Terrorism Unlikely.  Islamic Republic of Iran  Proliferation case study: Iran  Iran, the West and Nuclear Weapons o Long history of mutual mistrust, Iran and West o Iran insists on its right to enrich uranium  But long history of Iran cheating on revealing its uranium enrichment programs  West insists on Iran’s allowing IAEA inspectors in  Several UN SC resolutions and sanctions against Iran o Decades of Fruitless negotiations o But diplomatic stars became aligned 2013 - present  Uranium Enrichment: One path to a Nuclear bomb  Iran Nuclear Negotiations: Who wants what o West wants to increase Iran’s “Breakout time” to at least one year o But Israel wants complete dismantling of Iran’s nuclear programs o Iran wants lifting of harsh economic sanctions  The Iran Nuclear Deal o West gets concessions from Iran  Limitation on centrifuges, enrichment levels  Greatly heightened IAEA inspections  Result: “breakout time” of at least one year  Iran gets concessions from West o Lifting harsh economic sanctions  Acknowledgement of Iran’s right to enrich uranium o Will the Deal hold o Will Iran try to cheat  Yes, most certainly o Will IAEA inspectors catch the cheating  Depends on final wording of deal  Depends on US continual attention o Is US military strike still possible YES o Will deal increase stability in Middle East  No, but will slow down the growth of instability o Is deal better than alternative/  Yes, avoids US military action For now  The Nuclear Taboo Reconsidered o Nuclear war among the great powers is unlikely o Nuclear proliferation is more likely o Nuclear terrorism: so far so good.

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Textbook: Algebra and Trigonometry
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Author: Cynthia Y. Young
ISBN: 9780470648032

The answer to “Basketball. On April 4, 2004, the University of Connecticut Huskies nished the season the same way they started itas the number one mens basketball team in the NCAA. They defeated the Georgia Tech Yellow Jackets 8273 in the Final Four championship game. The points came from three types of scoring plays: two-point shots, three-point shots, and one-point free throws. There were seven more two-point shots made than there were one-point free throws completed. The number of successful two-point shots was four more than four times the number of successful three-point shots. How many two-point, three-point, and one-point free throw shots were made in the nals of the 2004 Final Four NCAA tournament?” is broken down into a number of easy to follow steps, and 112 words. This full solution covers the following key subjects: . This expansive textbook survival guide covers 13 chapters, and 10127 solutions. Algebra and Trigonometry was written by and is associated to the ISBN: 9780470648032. Since the solution to 34 from 9 chapter was answered, more than 242 students have viewed the full step-by-step answer. The full step-by-step solution to problem: 34 from chapter: 9 was answered by , our top Math solution expert on 01/04/18, 09:28PM. This textbook survival guide was created for the textbook: Algebra and Trigonometry, edition: 3.

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