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Swimming at the 2015 African Games – Men’s 4 × 100 metre freestyle relay The men’s 4 x 100 metre freestyle relay event at the 2015 All-Africa Games took place on 12 September 2015 at Kintele Aquatic Complex. Schedule All times are Congo Standard Time (UTC+01:00) Records Results Heats The heats were held on 12 September. Final The final were held on 12 September. References External links Official website Men’s 4 x 100 metre freestyle relay$. Let$G$be a graph and let$M$be a matching of$G$. Let$F$be the set of all faces$f\in V(G)$with$\deg_M(f)=0$. We claim that for each$f\in F$there exists a path$Q_f$from$u_f$to$v_f$which satisfies the following two conditions: 1.$\deg_M(f)

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There are many ways to get a sense of the concentration of an individual’s values: surveys, polls, and questionnaires are among them. Perhaps the most common ways to infer values, however, is to look at a person’s interests and hobbies — the things that they’re passionate about. It seems intuitive that, in general, more people will have more similar values; after all, in a society, we expect similar people to behave similarly. The problem is, though, that it’s hard to measure values, and it’s even more difficult to know whether people’s interests are random, or whether they’re genuinely to blame for their living out of alignment with others. In a new paper, researchers Kevin C. Williams and Martin K. Stokstad set out to test the general population’s values using an unusual data source: sports. Because sports is something that’s deeply tied to values in our society, Williams and Stokstad hoped that an indication of someone’s values would be visible in their fandom. By analyzing data from more than 2,500 people, the researchers found that, broadly, people’s values were strikingly similar. However, there were some noteworthy exceptions — people who, for example, viewed sports as more about competition and aggression than people who did not watch sports. The researchers also found that the sporting interests of many people who had “high expressions of the values of universalism, benevolence, and social tolerance,” in some way manifested as “hostile behavior.” In an email to The Verge, Williams said, “Sports fandom seems to be predictive of one’s values and even, at times, helps us identify those values.” The researchers have had similar success in examining consumers’ values and interests in a study of people’s cable TV subscriptions. In that case, they found that, at the individual level, “good” and “bad” values were associated with interest in certain kinds of cable TV programming — the latter being TV shows with a heavy focus on anti-social behavior or “guilty pleasure” programming like reality shows. Williams says it’s important to note that these studies are, at present, relatively small-scale. In larger studies, the researchers expected to find a lot more individual variations — that is, people who were fans of

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