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Let's buy bread

The bakery in my neighborhood sells rolls at 30 cents per unit. It also sells them in packages of 7 rolls at € 1 or in packages of a dozen for € 1.80. My mom gave me a € 10 bill and told me to buy 60 rolls and keep the change. I want to buy at least 60 rolls and keep as much money as possible.
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The young carpenter's puzzle

The illustration itself tells the story and it is not necessary for Sherlock Holmes to tell us that the boys have found an old toolbox in the shed that their mother is not at home since she has attended a meeting and that it should be Thursday that It is the day the maid pounds. There are other interesting aspects, such as how Towser is going out through the door once the boys have nailed the side of the house.
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Exercises to improve self-control

Stress Syndrome usually creates a negative feedback loop between the mind and the body. Today we bring you this beautiful infographic with exercises to improve self-control and thus reduce our stress levels.
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Psycho-oncology, what is it?

Psycho-oncology can be defined as the set of professional, educational and scientific contributions of psychology to the study and treatment of cancer. The psychiatrist Jimmie Holland, founder and promoter of psycho-oncology says that this discipline between psychology and medicine is to study the emotional responses at each stage of the cancer patient, their families and health professionals involved
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The bangover or sexual hangover

About sexual tastes we will not get tired of saying that there is nothing written, that there are as many sexualities as there are people. There are those who like soft and unhurried sex, and others like fast and we also find lovers of intense and excessive experiences. Content 1 What is the bangover? 2 Why is it so attractive?
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Helplessness Learned as a predictor of depression and academic failure

The verification that deficits induced by learned helplessness (that is, exposure to an inescapable aversive situation) bear a close resemblance to the symptoms observed in human depression, led Seligman (1975) to propose that learned helplessness could be a model suitable for the study of the acquisition of depression in humans, which, in fact, increased interest and research on this phenomenon.
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