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Class Diagram

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Class Diagram

Source: IBM

Plot Diagram

Plot Diagram – Plot Chart – Plot Diagrams – Diagrams of a plot. Literature diagram. Diagram of a plot showing exposition, climax, rising action, falling action and resolution. Book plot. Story plot. Plot diagrams explained. Plot diagram for. Diagram plot. Plot graph. Plot diagram how to. Plot diagrams of a book. Literature plot. Novel plot.

Plot Diagram


Pounds to Kilograms – Kilograms to Pounds Chart

Pounds to Kilograms – Kilograms to Pounds Chart – kg to lb – lb to kg chart.  Kilograms to Pounds conversion table.  Chart showing conversion between pounds and kg.   How to convert pounds to kilograms.  Weight conversion between lb to kg.  Weight conversion kilograms into pounds. 1 kg = 2.22 lb and 1 lb = 0.45 kg.   Pounds to Kilograms Diagram.  Kg to Lb chart.

lb to kg - kg to lb chart

Smiley Faces

Smiley Faces (often referred to as a smiley or a happy face) are a visual representation of a smiling person widely used on the Internet to reflect one’s emotion using only two characters. Since its introduction in 1963, the yellow happy face has become a pop culture icon. In 1982, smileys have entered the Internet with Scott Fahlman using it to convey jokes and emotions with his peers. The most common representations are : ) and :- ) Interestingly, the smiley has first appeared in Robert Herrick’s poem To Fortune in 1648, where he included a sentence ‘Upon my ruines (smiling yet :).

Since their introduction the smileys have expanded to convey other emotions, hence the other name, emoticon. Now smileys represent not only happiness but also sadness and a whole array of other emotions. Some of these are captured in the image below. With introduction of social media, the use of smiley faces have exploded with many platforms and apps offering a variety of emoticon options. There are also Unicode smileys going back to Windows 95 that can be accessed with various hotkeys on a Windows platform. Many smartphones including iPhone have adopted the use of happy faces in their text apps.


Maslow’s Hierarchy of Needs

Maslow’s Hierarchy of Needs – Maslow Pyramid – Maslows Needs Hierarchy – Hierarchy of Needs. Maslow developed a pyramid of human needs and theory of human motivation. Maslow’s theory of human motivation in the form of a needs pyramid is a powerful psychological tool. Pyramid of needs.

Maslow's Hierarchy of Needs

Source: the New Existentialist