What is Erosion?
Erosion is the process of wearing away the lands surface.  The four major causes of erosion that are addressed in this video are water, wind, ice, and gravity.  Other key vocabulary words include: splash erosion, rill erosion, sheet erosion, dust storms, glaciers, land slides, and weathering.  Run time 02:02.
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2.4 Going down: using scientific notation for small numbers

You saw in Section 2.2 how the powers of ten notation provides a concise method of expressing very large numbers and reduces the chances of errors when, otherwise, many zeros would have to be written out. You will now see how the powers of ten notation can be extended to cover small numbers, such as 0.000 000 0002 m.

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1.1.1 The Rhind papyrus

For a literate civilisation extending over some 4000 years, that of the ancient Egyptians has left disappointingly little evidence of its mathematical attainments. Even though the classical Greeks believed mathematics to have been invented in Egypt – though their accounts are far from unanimous on how this happened – there are now but a handful of papyri and other objects to convey a sense of Egyptian mathematical activity. The largest and best preserved of these is the Rhind papyrus (Ext
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Martin Wheatley: key challenges for the FCA
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Deliver us from Evil
 Dr Richard H. Bell

The Catholic Church has approved plans for an exorcism centre in Poland, where there are more than 50 exorcists working. But as Dr Richard Bell explains - exorcisms are more common than we might like to think and much closer to home.

Dr Bell is the author of Deliver us from Evil and works i
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Subtracting Integers
The video explains three different models you can use to show why subtraction of integers works: 1) number line jumps; 2) concept of difference; 3) positive/negative counters. Teacher and a white board but this may help a student that doesn't get it, . Author: Maria Miller http://www.mathmammoth.com/
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A Kent State University study conducted by psychology professors John Dunlosky and Katherine Rawson reveal a generational shift in knowledge among college students.
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12.103 explores the role of scientific knowledge, discovery, method, and argument in environmental policymaking from both idealistic and realistic perspectives. The course will use case studies of science-intensive environmental controversies to study how science was used and abused in the policymaking process. Case studies include: global warming, biodiversity loss, and nuclear waste disposal siting. Subject includes intensive practice in the writing and presentation of "position statements" on
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Les Louanges de la Sainte-Croix, Raban Maur

L'objectif de ce module intitulé « Poésie et prouesse » est de s'interroger sur le rôle, le fonctionnement et les limites de tours de force formels, que l'on a du mal à considérer aujourd'hui comme poétiques et, à vrai dire, dont on ne sait pas vraiment quoi faire.

Le corpus qui est ici proposé est large et couvre les trois langues du Moyen Âge - Latin, occitan et ancien français - pour aller jusqu'à la littérature moderne. À ce corpus déjà assez large, il convient
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