Free reference Kindle books for 04 Nov 18

Dependent on Emotional? DonĂ¢??t Let Yourself Down!!!: Quick guide: Improve Self-Esteem And Be Emotional Intelligence In Any Conditions

by Elsie Mecham

Have you ever feel you are living in the society without having an emotional dependent on somebody else? Have you ever wonder why you could not able to leave your partner and feel unloved and unworthy without another’s approval? Well, this is actually a common symptom that occurred all the time in the society. If you were aware of it, then this book definitely will give you an answer on your doubts and a practical way to reduce your emotional stress and dependency. Before you purchase the book, please be confident to yourself because it is actually very simple to overcome it. Do not hesitate and the book will lead you to a freedom of life.



Classical Me, Classical Thee: Squander Not Thine Education

by Rebekah Merkle

“Everyone is so busy giving the classical education to the students that I’m not sure people have taken the time to actually tell them why it matters…”

Rebekah Merkle knows which high school classes you like and which you roll your eyes at, which books you enjoy and which you kinda skim. That’s because she went through this whole thing called classical education, too: She was a guinea pig in one of the very first classical Christian schools in the country.

Written for students by a (former) student, Classical Me, Classical Thee is lighthearted and — most importantly for you busy high-schoolers — very short. It has a simple goal: to explain why you students are doing what you do in class. (SPOILER: Grades aren’t the point — you won’t use your knowledge of the Iliad Book 5 every year until you die.)

What you do in class is a drill — and nobody drills for the sake of the drill. You do drills so that you can win the game. The real tragedy, though, would be if you didn’t know you were doing drills… or didn’t know there was a game at all.

Grades aren’t the point. So drill to win.



HACKING – The White Hat Hacker: Learn Ethical Hacking Within 12 Hours! (2018 version)

by CyberHelp University

This eBook will explain what hackers do. It will teach you the tricks, skills, and techniques that experienced hackers use. Aside from discussing core ideas and principles, this material will describe highlevel topics such as malware infection and computer programming.
After reading this book, you will know how to:
– Identify the different types of hackers
– Identify the different kinds of malicious programs
– Compile, decompile, and corrupt codes
– Attack buffer overflows
– Use the Metasploit framework
– Install virtual machines on your computer
– Find the vulnerabilities of your targets
– And many more!
If you are looking for a comprehensive guide about hacking, this is the book for you. Its pages are full of up-to-date and detailed information regarding the art/science of hacking. Read it now to start your hacking journey.
Thanks again for downloading this book, I hope you enjoy it!



The Super Women Workout Plan: A Simple Plan to Workout

by Lisa Margareth

When attempting to get into shape and lose weight, one thing you must remember, is that dieting does not work. You must make a decision to change your lifestyle. Don’t starve your body of precious nutrients. Eat good proper meals, drink lots of water and eat fresh fruits and veggies. and read this book.



In-Depth Police Dispatching: Second Edition

by L Tamsray

What makes a great 911 dispatcher? Find out in this book which covers call taking, officer safety, jurisdiction knowledge, dispatching police officers to calls, radio etiquette and more. A must-read for any new dispatcher or those considering starting a career as a dispatcher.

The second edition is updated and includes chapters on ethics, social media, dispatcher safety, drugs, active shooter situations and more. A must-read for all new hires!

This book is more than suitable for police agencies to complement departmental training and is a great reference for both dispatchers and police officers.



Algebra, Arithmetic, Numbers and Numeration: A Mathematics Book for High Schools and Colleges

by Kingsley Augustine

This is a mathematics book which is suitable for students in high schools or secondary schools and students in colleges. It will also serve as a useful tool for students who are preparing for entrance examinations into colleges and universities. Students in the higher institutions taking ‘lighter’ courses in mathematics will also find this maths book useful, especially when there is need for improved mathematical foundation for such students.
The step by step explanations presented in the worked examples are easy to study since care was taken to sufficiently explain salient points and mathematical ideas. Efforts have been made to achieve a complete and simplified explanation of every example given in this textbook. Many worked examples have been included in each topic in order to fully cover every complexity the topic might contain.
Numerous exercises at the end of each chapter are intended to test students’ understanding of the topic. Therefore students are thus presented with an effective means of self-assessment whereby they can determine their individual strengths and revision needs.
The topics covered in this eBook include many areas under linear algebra, numbers and numerations and arithmetic. The topics include, linear equation and equations with fractions, simultaneous linear equations, number bases, standard forms and approximations, laws of indices, laws and theories of logarithms, modular arithmetic, change of subject of formulae, variation, word problem involving fractions, simple interest, compound interest, proportional division, average, mixture, rate, fraction, decimal, percentage and ratio.
Readers with mathematical mindsets will find these topics well simplified, thereby making mathematics more interesting.
A constructive overview of this mathematics textbook will be highly appreciated from buyers so as to give an overview to others who intend to purchase a copy of this book, and also to be a form of advice for the author to use when revising the book.



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