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I have a research paper on how los angeles might change in the future here are some of the details about it?

I have a research paper on how los angeles might change in the future here are some of the details about it? Topic: Article on research paper
July 23, 2019 / By Viola
Question: I can do this on any element of los angeles like transportation, natural resources, enviromental conservation, land development,race relations etc. and through research predict how i believe it might evolve...if you guys can give me a suggestion on how any of these is a better choice for a research paper please tell me thank you. if you can provide w/ any info articles etc. even better thank you
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Shanene Shanene | 10 days ago
there is enough oil under the city of los angeles to power the entire state of california for 2 months!!
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Shanene Originally Answered: Would it be reasonable to get a future spouse.checked to see if she was fertile.read for details?
What century are you living in buddy? I do hope no woman ever puts up with that. Don't you know that it it the sperm of the man that determines the sex of the child? You would divorce your wife because she did not have children? or because she did not have a son. What is so darn hot about your family name that it must go on and on. There are girls so the bloodline will most definitely continue so what is up with this "heir to the throne" attitude? Do you have a throne and not the one in the bathroom. Do you have a title or some great wealth to pass on? Would we know this name that must be passed on if we heard it? Just what is so special here that must be passed and preserved? Is your wife gonna be queen and you would have to divorce her when she did not produce an heir to your..... just why is it that you need to have this male child heir? Do yo get a million dollars from one of those uncles you mentioned. How come they didn't divorce their wives when they didn't have boys to carry on the family name? Why is it your duty? Is it written down somewhere? Do you win a prize if you can produce this mystical name bearer for your family? Would an adopted child count if they had their last name legally changed? Why doesn't some one else in the family with a different name just change it? Why doesn't everyone in your family carrying that second string name just do the righteous thing and convert to the name that must be carried forward for posterity? Is that it? Posterity? That's not a very good name for a child and I do not think you would make a very good father, and that's the name of that tune.
Shanene Originally Answered: Would it be reasonable to get a future spouse.checked to see if she was fertile.read for details?
You could, but that doesn't mean you'll have kids or a boy even. Your sperm count may be too low to be able to have kids via sex. Also if I remember high school bio, sex is determined by the Y chromosome, which you would be providing. You could end up like Henry VIII with a lot of exes and no male heir to the throne. If you have daughters only who get married, they can hyphenate their name and pass on the hyphenated last name.

Opal Opal
possibly, in basic terms like many activities cheerleading could improve into an Olympic game. Like verify out trampoline -- this is a contemporary game getting into the Olympics. With one in each of those lot of ladies folk doing cheerleading there's an spectacular possiblity it might desire to evolve to the Olympics! wish this helps!
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Magnolia Magnolia
gang infestation...over 5,000 registered gangs there. the smog is only going to get worse. Its not worth the reasearch !
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Magnolia Originally Answered: Can I paraphrase a sentence from a research journal that the author paraphrased from another research paper?
You need to cite both of them. The exact format would depend on which citation style you're supposed to use, but it would look something like this: (Bandura 1986, paraphrased in OtherGuy 1990). Oh, and by the way, @Frog's answer is absolutely wrong. You do have to cite information you find in other people's writing even if you don't quote it directly. If you don't believe me on this, show @Frog's answer to your teacher and clock the nanoseconds before your teacher hits the ceiling.

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