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Quran text in Arabic, scripts: Uthmani, clean enhanced and clean simple - copyright the Tanzil project, Creative Commons licence: # # - This quran text is distributed under the terms of a # Creative Commons Attribution 3.0 License. # # - Permission is granted to copy and distribute verbatim copies # of this text, but CHANGING IT IS NOT ALLOWED. # # - This quran text can be used in any website or application, # provided its source (Tanzil.net) is clearly indicated, and # a link is made to http://tanzil.net to enable users to keep # track of changes. # # - This copyright notice shall be included in all verbatim copies # of the text, and shall be reproduced appropriately in all files # derived from or containing substantial portion of this text. English explanations by Yusuf Ali and Marmaduke Pickthall - Public Domain, available at many websites. Arabic transcription to English released to Public Domain by original copyrigh



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Question - recite surah 2 / ayah 1
English explanation of the ayah meaning:
  • (Yusuf Ali): A. L. M.
  • (Marmaduke Pickthall): Alif. Lam. Mim.
Answer

بِسْمِ ٱللَّهِ ٱلرَّحْمَٰنِ ٱلرَّحِيمِ الٓمٓ

Alif-lam-meem


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So living creatures must keep repairing and maintaining their structures. Since all these structures are made up of molecules, they must move molecules around all the time.
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maintenance processes are needed to prevent damage and break-down, energy is needed for them. This energy comes from outside the body of the individual organism. So there must be a process to transfer a source of energy from outside the body of the organism, which we call food, to the inside, a process we commonly call nutrition.
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So living creatures must keep [...] their structures. Since all these structures are made up of molecules, they must move molecules around all the time.
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repairing and maintaining

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So living creatures must keep repairing and maintaining their structures. Since all these structures are made up of molecules, they must move molecules around all the time.

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structures are made up of what
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molecules

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If the body size of the organisms is to grow, additional raw material will also be needed from outside. Since life on earth depends on carbon- based molecules, most of these food sources are also carbon-based. Depending on the complexity of these carbon sources, different organisms can then use different kinds of nutritional processes.
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Oxidising-reducing reactions are some of the most common chemical means to break-down molecules.
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[...] reactions are some of the most common chemical means to break-down molecules.
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Oxidising-reducing

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Oxidising-reducing reactions are some of the most common chemical means to break-down molecules.

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The process of acquiring oxygen from outside the body, and to use it in the process of break-down of food sources for cellular needs, is what we call respiration.
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The process of acquiring [...] from outside the body, and to use it in the process of break-down of food sources for cellular needs, is what we call respiration.
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oxygen

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The process of acquiring oxygen from outside the body, and to use it in the process of break-down of food sources for cellular needs, is what we call respiration.

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The process of acquiring oxygen from outside the body, and to use it in the process of [...], is what we call respiration.
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break-down of food sources for cellular needs

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The process of acquiring oxygen from outside the body, and to use it in the process of break-down of food sources for cellular needs, is what we call respiration.

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The process of acquiring oxygen from outside the body, and to use it in the process of break-down of food sources for cellular needs, is what we call [...].
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respiration

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The process of acquiring oxygen from outside the body, and to use it in the process of break-down of food sources for cellular needs, is what we call respiration.

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waste by- products are therefore needed to be removed from the body and discarded outside by a process called excretion
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waste by- products are therefore needed to be removed from the body and discarded outside by a process called [...]
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excretion

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waste by- products are therefore needed to be removed from the body and discarded outside by a process called excretion

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[...] are therefore needed to be removed from the body and discarded outside by a process called excretion
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waste by- products

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waste by- products are therefore needed to be removed from the body and discarded outside by a process called excretion

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Some organisms use simple food material obtained from inorganic sources in the form of carbon dioxide and water. These organisms, the autotrophs, include green plants and some bacteria
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Some organisms use simple food material obtained from inorganic sources in the form of carbon dioxide and water. These organisms, the [...], include green plants and some bacteria
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autotrophs

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Some organisms use simple food material obtained from inorganic sources in the form of carbon dioxide and water. These organisms, the autotrophs, include [...] and some bacteria
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green plants

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Some organisms use simple food material obtained from inorganic sources in the form of carbon dioxide and water. These organisms, the autotrophs, include green plants and some [...]
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bacteria

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Some organisms use simple food material obtained from inorganic sources in the form of carbon dioxide and water. These organisms, the autotrophs, include green plants and some bacteria

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Heterotrophic organisms include animals and fungi
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[...] organisms include animals and fungi
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Heterotrophic

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Heterotrophic organisms include [...]
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animals and fungi

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Other organisms utilise complex substances. These complex substances have to be broken down into simpler ones before they can be used for the upkeep and growth of the body. To achieve this, organisms use bio-catalysts called enzymes
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Other organisms utilise complex substances. These complex substances have to be broken down into simpler ones before they can be used for the upkeep and growth of the body. To achieve this, organisms use bio-catalysts called [...]
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enzymes

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substances. These complex substances have to be broken down into simpler ones before they can be used for the upkeep and growth of the body. To achieve this, organisms use bio-catalysts called <span>enzymes <span>

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Other organisms utilise complex substances. These complex substances have to be broken down into simpler ones before they can be used for the upkeep and growth of the body. To achieve this, organisms use [...] called enzymes
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bio-catalysts

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nisms utilise complex substances. These complex substances have to be broken down into simpler ones before they can be used for the upkeep and growth of the body. To achieve this, organisms use <span>bio-catalysts called enzymes <span>

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the heterotrophs survival depends directly or indirectly on autotrophs.
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the heterotrophs survival depends directly or indirectly on [...].
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autotrophs

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the heterotrophs survival depends directly or indirectly on autotrophs.

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the [...] survival depends directly or indirectly on autotrophs.
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heterotrophs

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the heterotrophs survival depends directly or indirectly on autotrophs.

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Carbon and energy requirements of the autotrophic organism are fulfilled by photosynthesis
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Carbon and energy requirements of the autotrophic organism are fulfilled by [...]
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photosynthesis

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Carbon and energy requirements of the autotrophic organism are fulfilled by photosynthesis

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Carbon and energy requirements of the [...] organism are fulfilled by photosynthesis
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autotrophic

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Photosynthesis is the process by which autotrophs take in substances from the outside and convert them into stored forms of energy.
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[...] is the process by which autotrophs take in substances from the outside and convert them into stored forms of energy.
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Photosynthesis

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Photosynthesis is the process by which autotrophs take in substances from the outside and convert them into stored forms of energy.

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Photosynthesis is the process by which [...] take in substances from the outside and convert them into stored forms of energy.
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autotrophs

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Photosynthesis is the process by which autotrophs take in substances from the outside and convert them into stored forms of [...].
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energy

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In Photosynthesis material is taken in the form of carbon dioxide and water which is converted into carbohydrates in the presence of sunlight and chlorophyll
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In Photosynthesis material is taken in the form of carbon dioxide and water which is converted into [...] in the presence of sunlight and chlorophyll
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carbohydrates

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In Photosynthesis material is taken in the form of carbon dioxide and water which is converted into carbohydrates in the presence of sunlight and chlorophyll

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In Photosynthesis material is taken in the form of carbon dioxide and water which is converted into carbohydrates in the presence of [...]
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sunlight and chlorophyll


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In Photosynthesis material is taken in the form of [...] which is converted into carbohydrates in the presence of sunlight and chlorophyll
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carbon dioxide and water

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magnesium ribbon burns with a dazzling white flame and changes into a white powder. This powder is magnesium oxide
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magnesium ribbon burns with a dazzling white flame and changes into a white powder. This powder is [...]
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magnesium oxide

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The simplest way to write an equation is in the form of a word-equation.
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The simplest way to write an equation is in the form of a [...].
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The substances that undergo chemical change in the reaction, are the reactants.
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The new substance, formed during the reaction, is called product.
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A word-equation shows change of reactants to products through an arrow placed between them.
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The reactants are written on the left-hand side (LHS) with a plus sign (+) between them. Similarly, products are written on the right-hand side (RHS) with a plus sign (+) between them.
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The arrowhead points towards the products, and shows the direction of the reaction.
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Chemical equations can be made more concise and useful if we use chemical formulae instead of words.
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In humans, some of the energy derived from the food we eat is stored in our body in the form of glycogen
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In humans, some of the energy derived from the food we eat is stored in our body in the form of [...]
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glycogen

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what is glycogen?
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energy derived from the food we eat is stored in our body in the form of glycogen

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i) Absorption of light energy by chlorophyll. (ii) Conversion of light energy to chemical energy and splitting of water molecules into hydrogen and oxygen. (iii) Reduction of carbon dioxide to carbohydrates.
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desert plants take up carbon dioxide at night and prepare an intermediate which is acted upon by the energy absorbed by the chlorophyll during the day
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Some cell contains green dots. These green dots are cell organelles called chloroplasts which contain chlorophyll
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desert plants take up carbon dioxide at [...] and prepare an intermediate which is acted upon by the energy absorbed by the chlorophyll during the day
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How does desert plant make food?
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desert plants take up carbon dioxide at night and prepare an intermediate which is acted upon by the energy absorbed by the chlorophyll during the day

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chloroplasts

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What contains chlorophyll?
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What does chloroplast stores?
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chlorophyll

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[...] is a tool that helps set up complex multi server/db/storage environments on AWS (as well as other cloud and
even non-cloud infrastructure) using Infra-As-Code and deploying with a singel command.
Answer
terrafrom

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Question
In Terraform, the set of files used to describe infrastructure is simply known as a Terraform [...]
Answer
configuration

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Question
Terraform uses its own language called [....give full name, not just acronym...] , designed to allow concise descriptions of infrastructure.
Answer
Hashicorp Configuration Language

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Question
The Terraform HCL language is [...] , describing an intended goal rather than the steps to reach that goal.
Answer
declarative

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The Terraform HCL language is declartive meaning it describes an [...] goal rather than the steps to reach that goal
Answer
intended/final

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Question
In Terraform, the main purpose of the HCL language is declaring [...use word carefully/specifically, hint: NOT looking for word "infra"...] .
Answer
resources

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Question
In terraform, a [...] describes a single infrastructure object (e.g. EC2 instance), while a [...] describes a set of objects and the necessary relationships between them in order to create a higher-level system (which can also be reused by others). <<--- LOOKING FOR TWO DIFFERENT WORDS
Answer
resource / module

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Question
In Terraform, configuration consists of a [...] module, where evaluation begins, along with a tree of child modules created when one module calls another.
Answer
root

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Question
In terraform, the main elements of HCL configuration files are [...] , and within them, arguments.
Answer

blocks

^^^ example:

resource "aws_instance" "example" {
  ami           = "ami-b374d5a5"
  instance_type = "t2.micro"
}

where you have a block type of resource, with two labels ("aws_instance", which is resource type, and "example" which is your internal name for the resource). And within this resource block you have arguments, describing/declaring the resource.


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Question
In terraform, the main elements of HCL configuration files are blocks, and within them, [...]
Answer

arguments

^^^ example:

resource "aws_instance" "example" {
  ami           = "ami-b374d5a5"
  instance_type = "t2.micro"
}

where you have a block type of resource, with two labels ("aws_instance", which is resource type, and "example" which is your internal name for the resource). And within this resource block you have arguments, describing/declaring the resource.


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Question

In terraform, the main elementes of configuration files are (fill out missing occulsion, note that the two occulsions are for same element, so looking for single answer here):

<BLOCK TYPE> " [...] " " [...] " {
# Block body
<IDENTIFIER> = <EXPRESSION> # Argument
}

Answer

BLOCK LABEL

^^ each block type can have 0 or more block labels, e.g. resource blocks ususally have 2 labels while variable blocks have just 1:

resource "aws_instance" "example" {
  ami           = "ami-b374d5a5"
  instance_type = "t2.micro"
}
variable "region" {
  default = "us-east-1"
}


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Question

In terraform, the main elementes of configuration files are (fill out missing occulsion):

[...] "<BLOCK LABEL>" "<BLOCK LABEL>" {
# Block body
<IDENTIFIER> = <EXPRESSION> # Argument
}

Answer

BLOCK TYPE

^^ e.g. resource blocks type:

resource "aws_instance" "example" {
  ami           = "ami-b374d5a5"
  instance_type = "t2.micro"
}

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Question

In terraform, the main elementes of configuration files are (fill out missing occulsion):

<BLOCK TYPE> "<BLOCK LABEL>" "<BLOCK LABEL>" {
# Block body
<IDENTIFIER> = <EXPRESSION> # this line is a block [...]
}

Answer

Argument

^^ e.g. following resource block for "aws_instance", has two arguments declaring/describing the resource ("ami" and "instance_type"):

resource "aws_instance" "example" {
  ami           = "ami-b374d5a5"
  instance_type = "t2.micro"
}

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Question

In terraform, the main elementes of configuration files are (fill out missing occulsion):

<BLOCK TYPE> "<BLOCK LABEL>" "<BLOCK LABEL>" {
# Block body
<IDENTIFIER> = [...] # Argument
}

Answer

Expression

^^ note expression can be litteral or something where value can be evaluated. Either way, final value is of one of types: string, number, bool, list, or map.

Here is example where the arguments have values that are literal string expressions:

resource "aws_instance" "example" {
  ami           = "ami-b374d5a5"
  instance_type = "t2.micro"
}

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Question
In terraform, expressions (aka argument values inside resource/variable/data blocks) are literals (or expressions that evaluate to) one of following 5 types: string, number, [...] , list, or map.
Answer

boolean

^^ boolean is one of either: true, false


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Question
In terraform, expressions (aka argument values inside resource/variable/data blocks) are literals (or expressions that evaluate to) one of following 5 types: [...] , number, boolean , list, or map.
Answer
string

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Question
In terraform, expressions (aka argument values inside resource/variable/data blocks) are literals (or expressions that evaluate to) one of following 5 types: string, [...] , boolean, list, or map.
Answer
number

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Question
In terraform, expressions (aka argument values inside resource/variable/data blocks) are literals (or expressions that evaluate to) one of following 5 types: string, number, boolean , [...] , or map.
Answer
list

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Question
In terraform, expressions (aka argument values inside resource/variable/data blocks) are literals (or expressions that evaluate to) one of following 5 types: string, number, boolean , list, or [...] .
Answer
map

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Question
In terraform, [...] value means absence of value for an argument declaration.
Answer
null

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Question
In terraform, the bool value is either [...] or [...] <<--- looking for different word for each occulsion
Answer

true or false

^^ note no quotes are used above

^^^ terraform convirts "true" to true, etc.


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Question

In terraform, for maps, each key value declaration is seperated by [...] char, and key/value pairs are seprated from each other with either line break (more common) or comma (less common, only when everything is on single line)

e.g.:
{
name [...] "John"
age [...] 52
}

NOTE: looking for one answer in all 3 occultions

Answer

=

^^^ note equal sign, NOT colon, like python


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Tags
#deeplearning #initialization
Question

After the success of CNNs in IVSRC 2012 (Krizhevsky et al. (2012)), initialization with Gaussian noise with mean equal to zero and standard deviation set to 0.01 and adding bias equal to one for some layers become very popular.

Why it is not possible to train very deep networks from scratch with this initialization?

Answer
[default - edit me]

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Article 4009032813836

​​​​​​​GENERALIDADES DEL DERECHO ECONÓMICO
#1a-unidad-conceptos-fundamentales #Economia-y-Derecho #Generalidades-del-Derecho-Económico

GENERALIDADES DEL DERECHO ECONÓMICO El Derecho Económico emerge al final del siglo pasado como un producto de la crisis y de la globalización. El Estado como único centro irradiador de Normas Jurídicas, tanto Públicas como Privadas, así como la discriminación entre Nacionales y Extranjeros; Inversión Nacional vs. Inversión Extranjera, son algunas de las problemáticas a las que se enfrentó, no fáciles de resolver, bajo el derecho tradicional. Así, el Derecho Económico cambia de un perfil Público-Social a un derecho de la promoción y des-regulación, en donde las leyes reemplazan a acuerdos y decretos. Se intenta pasar de un Derecho Económico Discrecional a un Derecho Económico Mandatario, al cual se le adicionan obligaciones internacionales no susceptibles de regateo y negociación. A.- DERECHO Y ECONOMÍA La palabra DERECHO se deriva de la voz latina DIRECTUM, que significa directo. En el sentido estricto estaríamos hablando de aquello que no se desvía, que es recto; figu



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Question

In terraform, HCL, complete the map literal value below that defines a person with name john (string) and age 52 (number):

{

[...]

}

Answer
{
  name = "John"
  age  = 52
}

^^^ note the name/value pairs are seperated from each other with spaces

^^^^ note each name and value are seperated by equal signs


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