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Everything You Need to Ace Math in One Big Fat Notebook

Everything You Need to Ace Math in One Big Fat Notebook

by Workman Publishing& Ximena Vengoechea
528 Pages · 2016 · 156 MB · 0 Downloads · New!
" Happiness doesn't result from what we get, but from what we give. ” ― Ben Carson
CEH Certified Ethical Hacker
by Matt Walker
0 Pages · 2017 · 5 MB · 0 Downloads · New!
CEH Certified Ethical Hacker is the academic, programming and hacking book in which the author shares the different techniques to clear the CEH test. Matt Walker is the author of this wonderful book. Certified Ethical Hacker is a modern qualification which is based on the knowledge of security. The students must be expert in analyzing the security of a computer system whether it is trustable or not. One should know how to find out the vulnerabilities and weaknesses in any operating system. The author writes all the necessary points in details which plays the key role for the students to pass the exam. This is a legal way to become a hacker, if you are interested and good on it then Certified Ethical Hacker is the best platform for your guys to startup. There are more than 650 realistic practice questions which almost covers 100 percent of your course. This book contains the portion of Quick Review Guide which is the ultimate practice for the final exam. The student will find the tricky questions and their answers respectively. Matt Walker has divided the book into three sections and all the sections cover the need of student one by one. In the first section is about the exam guide and in the second you will know about the practice of exams. In the last section, there are 300 questions about the software development and these questions will test your intelligence and memory.
The Inner Citadel
by Pierre Hadot
368 Pages · 2015 · 5 MB · 0 Downloads · New!
“The Inner Citadel: The Mediations of Marcus Aurelius” is an Ancient history book. The author of this history book is Pierre Hadot. Pierre Hadot was Professor Emeritus at the College de France. His book includes Philosophy as a way of Life and Plotinus. The author finds to demonstrate the background to Marcus Aurelius writings. It is in the form of a journal designed to develop the practice of acting morally and thoughtfully. “The Inner Citadel” is the necessary book for all who are interested in ancient philosophy and religion. The author eminent historian of ancient thought, explains new levels of meaning and expands our understanding of its underlying philosophy. The authors allow Marcus Aurelius on how to talk directly to the reader. Marcus Aurelius was the last one of The Five Good Emperors of Ancient Rome. He acquired the title of Augustus after the death of his adopted father, Antoninus Pius. The adopted son of the late Emperor Hadrian. He preferred a simple philosophic lifestyle.
America Before
by Graham Hancock
608 Pages · 2019 · 13 .4 MB · 0 Downloads · New!
America Before is the ancient, American religion and history book that tells the history of humans and the history of America. Graham Hancock is the author of this superb book. The life on the earth is billions of years old and there are different theories that how it begins. A large amount of people thinks that our world came into being after big-bang. Before the big-bang there are clouds and then the universe came to existence. Our universe is still a mystery and it is still expanding from its boundaries. There is no proper calculations about our universe and humans are not so skilled enough to take the measurements. Regarding the creation of humans, there is a number of theories and they expand on the different parts of the earth with the passage of time. The scientists think that there are creatures like us on the other planet where we cannot go.
The Immortality key
by , Brain C. Muraresku, Graham Hanock foreword, Graham Hanock, Brian Muraresku, Brian C. Muraresku
0 Pages · 2015 · 5 MB · 0 Downloads · New!
“The Immortality key: The Secret History of the Religion with No Name” is an interesting and historical book in which the author tells us the history of religions and especially of Christianity and the countries where it spread quickly. This formidable book is written by Brain C. Muraresku, Graham Hanock foreword, and Graham Hanock. They are the bestselling New York Times author and had written many famous books on history and religion. Here the author tells us that Christianity first spread in Greek and Rome and then it starts spreading throughout the world. The book also discusses another important thing that there are many incidents and happenings of life which compels you to think about God and the creator who will help you in every field of life. This book is an impressive description of how do drugs and drug addiction brings you closer to God and then all the things go straight in your life. In summary, the book is full of motivation, inspiration, thoughtful approach, informative, and interesting at the same time. You may also like to download The New World Order by Mark Dice