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x=4
y=3

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These are concepts of the psychodynamic theory proposed by Sigmund Freud. Boys expereince the Oedipus complex, and girls experience the Electra complex. Both sexes experience this unconsciously during the phallic stage of their psychosexual development which is between ages 3-5. Freud believed that during the Oedipus complex, boys begin to have a sexual attraction towards their mother and they envy their father. They then suppress their feelings for their mother as they are scared that their father will find out, instead begin to imitate their father and that is how they develop their gender identical to their father. The same happens for girls, but opposite, and this is called the Electra complex.

Answered by Rafay S.

Studies LLB at LSE

Firstly, let's rewrite each of these equations as the equation of a line i.e. in terms of y. So we have:
(1) y = 4x/3 - 11/3
(2) y = 2 - 3x/2
Draw line (1) on a graph. The (x,y) co-ordinates of any point on this line represent a pair of values for x and y which solve the equation y = 4x/3 - 11/3. Draw line (2) on the graph. Like with (1), the (x.y) co-ordinates on this line solve the equation y = 2 - 3x/2 . The __intersection__ of these points is the point where __both__ equations are solved. In this case, it is the point (2, -1), so our answer is x = 2 and y = -1

Answered by Daniel L.

Studies Actuarial Science at LSE

Stem cells are (pluripotent) undifferentiated cells that can differentiate into specialised cell types / tissues. Future medical uses involve growing organs from a patients OWN stem cells = zero chance of rejection and no shortages of organs. Stem cells can be found in the bone marrow, fat tissue and blood within an adult. Within fetus stem cells can be found within the umbilical cord and within the embryo. The latter source is controversial igniting debates on the sanity of life.

Pythagoras' theorem states that the square of the hypoteneuse is equal to the sum of the squares of the other two sides of a right angled triangle. The main usage of Pythagoras' theorem is to work out the length of an unknown side of a triangle. The formula we use is a^2 + b^2 = c^2. Where a and b refer to the shorter sides of the triangle, 'opposite' and 'adjacent' and c refers to the hypoteneuse which is the longest side of a triangle. If we use an example question: There is a ladder against a wall, the wall is 6m high and the distance between the bottom end of the ladder and the wall is 4m. Work out the length of the ladder. If we use pythagoras' theorem, we know that a^2 + b^2 = c^2, therefore 4^2 + 6^2= c^2. This comes to: 16 + 36 = c^2 -> 52= c^2. In order to solve this, takes a basic understanding of algebra; square root the 52 to get, 7.21111 to 2 d.p (decimal points) we get 7.21m.

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