Le dÃ©veloppement durable par FranÃ§ois Mancebo

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La globalisation par Patrick Picouet (gÃ©ographe)

LycÃ©e Vauban (62 Aire sur la Lys)

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Bonus (Ã  4'07'') : formule du binÃ´me de Newton et dÃ©nombrement.

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Bonus (Ã  2'38'') : exercices.

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Designing Bridges
Students learn about the types of possible loads, how to calculate ultimate load combinations, and investigate the different sizes for the beams (girders) and columns (piers) of simple bridge design. Students learn the steps that engineers use to design bridges: understanding the problem, determining the potential bridge loads, calculating the highest possible load, and calculating the amount of material needed to resist the loads.
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In this activity, students use an old fashion children's toy, a metal slinky, to mimic and understand the magnetic field generated in an MRI machine. The metal slinky mimics the magnetic field of a solenoid, which forms the basis for the magnet of the MRI machine. Students run current through the slinky and use computer and calculator software to explore the magnetic field created by the slinky.
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Habitat Mapping
The marine environment is unique and requires technologies that can use sound to gather information since there is little light underwater. The sea-floor is characterized using underwater sound and acoustical systems. Current technological innovations are allowing scientists to further understand and apply information about animal locations and habitat. Remote sensing and exploration with underwater vehicles allows scientists to map and understand the sea floor, and in some cases, the water colu
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Graphing the West Corridor Data
This activity introduces students to using graphical analysis of data to analyze flaws in a transit system's design. Students will evaluate factors such as ride time, wait time, and percentage of capacity used in a train. This activity requires the use of the FasTracks Living Lab.
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Compartir II
To understand a text. To talk about your hobbies, to express likes and dislikes, agreement and disagreement.
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2.4.2 A systems map
The power of graphics should not the underestimated. They can express information clearly and simply. This unit will help you to assess which style of graphic to use in different situations.
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5.1.3 When is a bar chart not a good format to use?
Your course might not include any maths or technical content but, at some point during your studies, itâ€™s likely that youâ€™ll come across information represented in charts, graphs and tables. Youâ€™ll be expected to know how to interpret this information, and possibly encouraged to present your own findings in this way. This unit will help you to develop the skills you need to do this, and gain the confidence to use them. This unit can be used in conjunction with, and builds on the â€˜Working
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5.1.1 What is a bar chart?
Your course might not include any maths or technical content but, at some point during your studies, itâ€™s likely that youâ€™ll come across information represented in charts, graphs and tables. Youâ€™ll be expected to know how to interpret this information, and possibly encouraged to present your own findings in this way. This unit will help you to develop the skills you need to do this, and gain the confidence to use them. This unit can be used in conjunction with, and builds on the â€˜Working
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4.1.1 When are line graphs used?
Your course might not include any maths or technical content but, at some point during your studies, itâ€™s likely that youâ€™ll come across information represented in charts, graphs and tables. Youâ€™ll be expected to know how to interpret this information, and possibly encouraged to present your own findings in this way. This unit will help you to develop the skills you need to do this, and gain the confidence to use them. This unit can be used in conjunction with, and builds on the â€˜Working
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4.1 What is a line graph?
Your course might not include any maths or technical content but, at some point during your studies, itâ€™s likely that youâ€™ll come across information represented in charts, graphs and tables. Youâ€™ll be expected to know how to interpret this information, and possibly encouraged to present your own findings in this way. This unit will help you to develop the skills you need to do this, and gain the confidence to use them. This unit can be used in conjunction with, and builds on the â€˜Working
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Volcanic Panic!
Students learn about the causes, composition and types of volcanoes. They begin with an overview of the Earth's interior and how volcanoes form. Once students know about how a volcano functions, they learn how engineers predict eruptions. In a class demonstration, students watch and measure a mock volcanic eruption and observe the phases of an eruption, seeing how a volcano gets its shape and provides us with clues to predict a blast.
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Indian lotus (Nelumbo nucifera) blooming in summer
The reproductive structures of this plant are not visible because the flowers have been fertilized and are losing their leaves. However, take note of the buds, which are young flowers encased in what will be sepals of the growing flower.
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Continue wiskunde voorkennistoets
Voorkennis toets voor de cursus Continue wiskunde van Open Universiteit Nederland
Author(s): drs. J.S. Lodder