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Comparatives and Superlatives
This video is a simple lesson explaining comparative and superlative adjectives.  The concept is introduced and reviewed using simple sentences and matching on-screen illustrations.(01:21)

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Philip Howard, "The Rule of Nobody"
The secret to good government is a question no one in Washington is asking: "What's the right thing to do?" What's wrong in Washington is deeper than you think. Yes, there's gridlock, polarization, and self-dealing. But hidden underneath is something bigger and more destructive. It's a broken governing system. From that comes wasteful government, rising debt, failing schools, expensive health care, and economic hardship. Rules have replaced leadership in America. Bureaucracy, regulation, and
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Culture and Climate Change
Every generation faces challenges that previous generations could scarcely imagine. Twenty years ago, few people were talking about climate change, now it's one of the most hotly-contested areas in politics. How do artists, writers, musicians and broadcasters respond when a new subject appears that is as large and significant as this? What kind of novels, plays, paintings, sculptures, movies and music begin to emerge?Author(s): The iTunes U team

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3.6 Encyclopedias

Encyclopedias can be useful reference texts to use to start your research. There are some available online, such as:

WikipediaA freely available collaborative encyclopedia.

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7.4 Depositing compounds

As well as conducting metal layers, device fabrication requires dielectric, insulating materials and these are mostly chemical compounds rather than simple elements or alloys. By far the most widely used of these is silicon oxide (either as a glass or as crystalline quartz), but other oxides and nitrides are also common, plus polymers and a selection of more exotic materials.

Such compounds generally have very high melting points, or decompose under heating, so cannot be deposited by ev
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2.5 Critical current

The current density for a steady current flowing along a wire in its normal state is essentially uniform over its cross-section. A consequence of this is that the magnetic field strength B within a wire of radius a, carrying current I, increases linearly with distance from the centre of the wire, and reaches a maximum value of μ0I / 2Author(s): The Open University

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Learning outcomes

After studying this course, you should be able to:

  • explain the meanings of the newly defined (emboldened) terms and symbols, and use them appropriately

  • distinguish between perfect conduction and perfect diamagnetism, and give a qualitative description of the Meissner effect

  • explain how observation of a persistent current can be used to estimate an upper limit on the resistivity of a superconductor, and perform calculations related to such estimates<
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Protestant Reformation - History and Impact
When Martin Luther accused the Catholic Church of ninety-five abuses, in 1517, his actions started a societal revolution, not just a religious reformation.  This video, from the BBC, explains how significantly that movement changed the world. (54:58)
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1.7 ‘Care values’ in relationships

In his dealings with Lynne and Arthur, Dev is expected to speak and act in accordance with the basic values of the social work profession. CCETSW guidelines include the requirement that he should:

Identify, analyse and take action to counter discrimination, racism, disadvantage, inequality, and injustice, using strategies appropriate to role and context; and

Practise in a manner that does not stigmatise or d
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Economie de fonctionnalité, nouveaux business model et relais de compétitivité (Vidéo)

Eric Fromant présente les intérêts de l'économie de fonctionnalité dans une perspective de responsabilité sociétale des entreprises. Il revient notamment sur les bénéfices économiques de ce modèle pour les entreprises et pour les clients.


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6.3 Where is the complexity and what is it?

When I reflect on my experiences of child-support, I attribute the properties of mess, complex, or hard-to-understand to the situation. So, are mess, complex, and hard-to-understand the same thing? If they are, why is the course called Managing Complexity, rather than, say, Managing Messes? A glib answer is you might not have been attracted to it because of the everyday meaning of mess. Yet another answer is that complexity is a rich term whose everyday meanings have been further enriched by
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Introduction

Anti-social behaviour, homelessness, drugs, metal illness: all problems in today’s society. But what makes a problem social? This unit will help you to discover how these issues are identified, defined, given meaning and acted upon. You will also look at the conflicts within social science in this area.

This material is from our archive and is an adapted extract from Social Policy: Welfare, Power and Diversity (D218) which is no longer taught by The Open University. If you want
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Inverse Laplace Transforms Example 2b
John Taylor
Demonstrates the use of a table to find the inverse Laplace transform of a rational expression involving a quadratic.
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Bubble Gum Subtraction
This animated Sesame Street video uses gumballs to show simple subtraction problems. Different problems are repeated until there are 0 gumballs left. Models counting strategy to find the answer. (1:01)
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Light Bulb Subtraction - Sesame Street
This short, animated video uses light bulbs to demonstrate subtraction. Light bulbs are taken away one at a time until none are left.
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Using Sine to Calculate the Area of a Triangle
This video explains how to derive a formula for using sine to calculate the area of a triangle by using the standard formula for the area of a triangle. Using sine to calculate the area of a triangle means that we can find the area knowing only the measures of two sides and an angle of the triangle. There is no need to know the height of the triangle, only how to calculate using the sine function. (2:03)
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2.1 Industrial revolutions and technological change

In this section I shall look at the way that technological innovations in previous eras, such as the invention of electricity in the early 1900s, radically affected the way society organised production and at how these changes spurred general economic growth. In many instances, the changes were so large that they defined an entire period, just as the rise of information technologies has led some to call the current era the ‘information age’.

The way that technological change can fun
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5.6.1 Young adults

Activity 20

Look closely at Images 54 and 55. Can you identify the two features which distinguished a girl from a young woman in the Victorian and Edwardian period?


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9 Notes to help you complete your assessment

To complete your assessment portfolio you must include a contents page indicating how your reflective commentary in Part A and your evidence in Part B are related. An example of a suitable format for the contents page is in Figure 1 below.

Figure 1  (PDF, 1 page, 0.1MB)

Although the requirements of Parts A and B are listed sep
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