Effect of Mobile Phones on Life

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Little's Theorem-Little's Theorem (sometimes called Little's Law) is a statement of what was a "folk theorem" in operations research for many years.

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Ancient History IntroductionAgrippina the YoungerAgrippina had a disrupted childhood, her family was constantly moving and her parents and siblings died young. Agrippinas father Germanicus, was an adopted member of the Julian family and he held various political and military positions. In AD 14, Augustus died and was succeeded by Tiberius. In AD 19 the family travelled to Egypt, where the family was met with goodwill and celebration. The popularity of the family irritated Tiberius. Whilst in Egypt, Germanicus argued with Piso, Tiberiuss representative in Syria. Relations between Germanicus and Piso became very difficult. Germanicus became ill and died at Antioch in October 19 AD. Agrippina the Elder was convinced that her husband had been poisoned by Piso, and suspected Tiberius as well. The family returned home with Germanicuss ashes and held a funeral. Tiberius and his wi

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