Significant Digits
Scott Starks
This module is part of a collection of modules intended for students enrolled in PreCalculus (MATH 1508) at the University of Texas at El Paso.
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This video covers the basics of reading camera data from the Kinect sensor.  You may find it easier to follow along by downloading the Kinect for Windows SDK Quickstarts samples and slides.

Giant yo-yos create bounce
June 16 - Students from the Israeli Technion Institute of Technology compete in a giant yo-yo challenge, dropping homemade devices from a massive crane. Elly Park reports.
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In addition to these very common features there are in many accounts further distinctive elements. A sense of entering into or being met by light and/or an area of great beauty has been expressed in a significant number of accounts. Here are just two illustrations:

I was just in a wonderful peace and wellness in a beautiful landscape setting of grass, lawns and trees and brilliant light.

(Fenwick and Fenwick,
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The other part of an efficient heart is the maximum rate that it can beat. If we think about competitors in a race that takes about five minutes, the athlete whose heart can beat at 200 times per minute for five minutes will probably do much better than one whose heart can only beat at 180 times per minute.

This is linked to how much blood is pumped with each beat. If an individual's heart doesn't pump very much blood when they are resting, then the heart rate has to increase so
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The most common way of measuring heart rate is by feeling the pulse at one of the arteries. The pulse is quite literally that â€“ a pulse of blood running through the artery each time the heart does one pumping motion.

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So, we've seen three ways of looking at the how the body works. This is useful science but what has this to do with sport? Do athletes really need to think about their bodies scientifically, or can they just get on and compete in their own sport?

Yes, athletes (or someone in their support team) really do have to think about their bodies in these ways. One obvious example is that athletes have to know what happens when they eat before a competition.

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The Market at Ag Heritage Park offers fresh produce
The Market at Ag Heritage Park, a growers-only farmers market held on the Auburn University campus, is open for the summer and will be a regular Thursday afternoon event all the way through Aug. 25. Market hours each Thursday are 3 to 6 p.m.
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Grease at SUNY Oswego
SUNY Oswego's music and theatre departments collaborated to stage the timeless musical "Grease." Members of the cast and crew talk about what went on behind the scenes.
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This video covers the basics of installing and using the Kinect sensor.  You may find it easier to follow along by downloading the Kinect for Windows SDK Quickstarts samples and slides.

Colon Cancer - Surgery
This patient education program explains the benefits and risks of the different operations to treat colon cancer. This is a MedlinePlus Interactive Health Tutorial from the National Library of Medicine, designed and developed by the Patient Education Institute.
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Dialogues in Venice with Jean-Hubert Martin, curator of French Pavilion exhibition, Christian Boltan
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Next steps
This unit explores the role of digital media as a teaching tool, focussing on video in particular. we will examine the process of how you can start to use digital video in the classroom, and how to manage your project from objective setting, through story boards and filming, to assesing the success of your project.
Author(s): The Open University

Luisteroefening: Aanslag op de vakbondswerking
Je luistert naar een radio-interview met een vakbondsleider. Na het beluisteren van het geluidsfragment beoordeel je uitspraken over het interview en beantwoord je enkele vragen.
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EE 120 - Lecture 27 - Signals and Systems
Structure and Interpretation of Systems and Signals - Spring 2007. This course is an introduction to mathematical modeling techniques used in the design of electronic systems. An important keyword here is "mathematical." Subjects we will cover include continous and discrete signals, with applications to audio, images, video, communications, and control; State-based models, beginning with automata and evolving to LTI systems; Frequency domain models for signals and frequency response for systems,
Author(s): Laurent El Ghaoui

Search strategy for locating Randomised Controlled Trials
Introduction to search strategies for locating randomised controlled trials (RCTs) in online databases.
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Numbers needed to treat and numbers needed to harm
This RLO considers how to measure and interpret the magnitude of effect in clinical trial results using number needed to treat (NNT) and number needed to harm (NNH).
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Determining the clinical importance of trial results
This RLO demonstrates how to interpret and use clinical trial data (ARR, RRR, NNT, NNH, and confidence intervals) in practice.
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