How Does Math Apply in Cooking?
In cooking, math is applied frequently to convert different units
of measurement and adjust the ratio of a recipe. Avoid messing up a
recipe and cooking bad food by getting measurements right.  A math professor explains how to make adjustments in recipes using ratios and why math is important to cooking.

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Calendar of letter-books of the city of London: I - 1400-1422
Calendars the letters of the City of London, arranged in approximate chronological order. Includes editorial introduction and indices.
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"The Israel Lobby and U.S. Foreign Policy" (video)
israel lobby book coverA panel featuring John J. Mearsheimer of the University of Chicago and Stephen M. Walt of Harvard's John F. Kennedy School of Government. "The Israel Lobby" was originally published in the London Review of Books in March 2006. It provoked both howls of outrage and cheers of gratitude for challenging what had
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Sesame Street: "I Want a Snuffilufigus for Christmas"
Big Bird sings about wanting Snuffilufigus for Christmas.  Anne Hathaway sings along with him. Young students will enjoy this fun song. (1:32)

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Lecture by Hiroto Kobayashi
Presented by the Architecture Program as part of the Architecture Lecture Series, this lecture was filmed Monday, October 14, 2013, in Timken Lecture Hall on the college's San Francisco campus. Hiroto Kobayashi is a founding partner of Kobayashi Maki Design Workshop (KMDW), an architectural and urban design firm based in Tokyo. He also represents the American architectural firm Skidmore Owings and Merrill (SOM) in Japan. KMDW's work encompasses a full range of design scales, from furniture and
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21M.410 Vocal Repertoire and Performance: African American Composers (MIT)
The primary focus of this Vocal Repertoire and Performance course is placed upon the works of African American composers and concert artists. Students gather biographical data and explore art songs, operatic arias, ensembles, choral masterpieces, and arrangements employing sacred and secular texts. Additionally, students conduct inquiry into works representative of their own heritage. This course is required for vocalists in the MIT Emerson Music Performance program; others may be admitted by au
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Calendar of letter-books of the city of London: E - 1314-1337
Also known as the 'White Book of Memoranda', Book E calendars the letters of the City, arranged in approximate chronological order. Includes editorial introduction and indices.
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CTPI: Severing the Link Between Alcohol and Prison
This open forum, jointly hosted by the Centre for Theology & Public Issues and the Howard League for Penal Reform, is chaired by Dunedin Barrister Anne Stevens. The panellists include Sir Geoffrey Palmer, QC, former Prime Minister of New Zealand, Major Campbell Roberts, Director of Social Policy, Salvation Army and Professor Jennie Connor, Head of the Department of Preventive and Social Medicine, University of Otago. The link between alcohol consumption and criminal offending in New Zealand is w
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UTMC LVAD Coverage on WTOL's "Time Waits For No One"
Inside UT Medical Center the LVAD device, procedure, and recovery are discussed.
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Intro to Addition & Subtraction
Lucinda The Great Math Magician introduces addition and subtraction using magic apples. The video uses computer animation.  Run time 03:47.
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Calendar of letter-books of the city of London: L - Edward IV-Henry VII
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How to Make a Disco Ball with Junk CDs
This short video shows how to create the disco ball. The fast pace of the video may make it necessary for the teacher to stop it so students can understand what is needed better.
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Corporate Responsibility: The American Experience -- Archie Carroll Interview
ArchieCarroll, co-author of "Corporate Responsibility: The American Experience" -- the landmark U.S. business history -- shares insights from the project and the book produced by the Center for Ethical Business Cultures at the University of St. Thomas -- Minnesota. This thought-provoking history documents the societal challenges to corporate performance and power from the mid-eighteenth century to the modern day and traces evolution of ideas about responsibility of business and the modern corpo
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Urban and rural waste in China
Dealing with waste is an introduction to the waste practices and waste management processes currently being practiced in China. Students learn about waste in China and then contrast those practices with their own.
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Eastern DRC: what should the international community be doing? [Audio]
Speaker(s): David Leonard, General Olusegun Obasanjo; Professor James Putzel; Clare Short | With its most recent press release the Crisis States Research Centre (LSE) prompted fierce debate on the international response to the ongoing crisis in the Eastern DRC. Reactions to the arrest of the rebel leader Laurent Nkunda in Rwanda on 22 January are loud and divided, though international actions continue to follow the same three trends identified in the CSRC release. This response, says the CSRC, f
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Transitional Justice In The 21st Century [Audio]
Speaker(s): Natasa Kandic, Professor Ruti Teitel, David Tolbert. | To mark the official launch of the London Transitional Justice Network, this panel of leading advocates and scholars will explore the unprecedented expansion and challenges for transitional justice in the 21st century.
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Politics, Power, Cities [Audio]
Speaker(s): Enrique Peñalosa | Enrique Peñalosa, former Mayor of Bogotá and one of the world's most challenging urban thinkers, describes the urgent need for governments to create socially inclusive and well-designed transport systems, public spaces and cities. Addressing mobility, public space, equity, quality of life and social inclusion, Peñalosa will propose that inequality and exclusion are the main causes of the problems that affect cities in developing countries, particularly issues r
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