How to Find the Perimeter of a Triangle
This is a very brief tutorial that focuses on solving the perimeter of a triangle. The teacher uses a small whiteboard for instruction. (01:51)
ISS Update - April 25, 2011
The International Space Station video update for April 25, 2011.
Valerius Catullus - Carmina II
Guide to the Records of Leonard P. Kane Relating to the Appraisal of Properties for Proposed Nike Mi
This collection contains the property appraisal records of Leonard P. Kane, appraiser, for private property to be used by the United States Army for the building of twelve Nike air defense missile bases surrounding Pittsburgh, PA, 1954-1958.
Guide to the Records of the Allegheny County (Pa.) Transit and Traffic Commission, 1935-1956
The collection contains correspondence, memoranda, studies, surveys, publications, reports, legal opinions, maps, plans and documents of Chief Engineer, Joseph White, concerning the Civic Light Opera, Greater Pittsburgh Airport, and traffic and transit issues of Pittsburgh, McKeesport, and Clairton from 1935-1956.
Guide to the Records of the Kingsley Association, 1894-1980
The Kingsley Association was formed in 1893 by George Hodges as a Pittsburgh settlement house. The collection includes: administrative and annual reports, books, brochures, budget information, case studies, clippings, correspondence, directories, minutes, photos and surveys spanning intermittent years from 1894-1980.
ENGL 151-10, Advertising the American Ideal, Spring 2007
How do advertisements convey social, educational, and cultural ideals, and what values are inherent in those ideals? These two basic questions will guide our exploration of the role advertising plays in our society in general and in your life in particular. More specifically, we will consider how advertisements convey ideas about gender roles,race, and socioeconomic status as we explore different advertising markets (singles, kids, sports fans, college students) and different advertising venues(
BADM 371-01, Marketing Management, Fall 2006
Marketing Management I is organized around the study of marketing as an exchange process; i.e., how transactions are initiated, motivated, facilitated and consummated. You have studied demand in economics. In this course, you will examine theories, principles and practices aimed at explaining and managing demand—yes, managing demand! Moreover, you will examine the environment within which demand arises and is managed. I hope upon completion of this course you will have sufficient theoretical u
LATN 265-01, Topics in Latin Literature: Virgil, Horace, Propertius, Fall 2006
The objective of this course is to improve your fluency in reading Latin and introduce you to the study of Latin literature and the tools we use as philologists. For some, this course will serve as the first advanced course after the elementary and intermediate language sequence we offer here at Rhodes. For those of you continuing on from the Oxford Latin Course, we will continue our study of Horace's Carmina, which students begin encountering in the third book of that sequence. For others, this
GREK 101-01, Elementary Greek, Fall 2004
This syllabus was submitted to the Rhodes College Office of Academic Affairs by the course instructor.
BIOL 140-01, Biology II, Spring 2006
This syllabus was submitted to the Rhodes College Office of Academic Affairs by the instructor.
WMST 400, Feminist Theory, Spring 2007
Women's Studies is an interdisciplinary field that draws on ideas from the humanities, social and natural sciences in order to analyze how humans construct notions about women, gender and sex and how thesen otions in turn affect the lived experienceso f both men and women. In this introduction to the field, we will focus on understanding the concept of gender as a social construct and also examine how this concept is inextricably linked to and complicated by other factors such as ethnicity, sexu
ANSO 211-01, Women in Prehistory and Women Prehistorians, Fall 2007
In this course the study of archaeological methods and theory will be pursued through a focus on women in prehistory, gender in archaeological theory, and women archaeologists. This course seeks to reconstruct women’s lives and roles in a range of ancient societies as they contributed to subsistence, technological innovation, symbolic and ritual activity and as they shared in or were denied social, political, and religious authority and power. It will also consider the intellectual history of
ANSO 331-01, Prejudice and the Human Condition, Spring 2006
This seminar examines interpretation and understanding in search of insights regarding the problem of meaning as it relates to human existence.,This syllabus was submitted to the Rhodes College Office of Academic Affairs by the course instructor.
URBN 201-01 Introduction to Urban Studies, Spring 2006
This class is designed to introduce students to the discipline of urban studies and the topics it encompasses; expose students to the diverse issues and problems that face urbanized areas and their citizens; and provide a framework for examining and understanding how cities work and how they have developed over time.,This syllabus was submitted to the Rhodes College Office of Academic Affairs by the course instructor.
ANSO 275-01, Social Theory, Fall 2005
Social theory is the conceptual backbone of both anthropology and sociology. The purpose of this seminar is to study classic and contemporary contributions to social theory and to explore how these contributions have informed the development and practice of anthropology and sociology. This course is being co-taught by an anthropologist and a sociologist in order to provide the interpretive perspectives of both disciplines. We will take turns lecturing and leading discussions, and participate in
ANSO 105-02, Introduction to Sociology, Fall 2005
The course will survey a broad range of topics, with many touching on controversial debates that surround social stratification issues. By the end of the course, students should have the conceptual and theoretical tools to apply sociological perspectives to their everyday lives and to the lives of “others.”,This syllabus was submitted to the Rhodes College Office of Academic Affairs by the course instructor.
Definitie en voorbeelden van absolute waarde en driehoeksongelijkheid (met enkele opgaven en uitwerkingen).
6.2 Selling on the web
Ever wondered how a computer processes data into information? This unit will help you to understand the distinction between the two and examines how a computer-based society impacts on daily life. You will learn what computers can do with data to produce information and how computers can be used to work with data and search for it, control machines, and support commercial operations.