This assessment unit is designed to be self-contained. However you might like to access the following sources for support and guidance if you need it. These sources include:

• U529_1 Key skills â€“ making a difference: This OpenLearn unit is designed to complement the assessment units. It provides detailed guidance and activities to help you work on your key skills, gives examples of key skills work from students, and helps you prepare and selec
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This Key Skill Assessment Unit offers an opportunity for you to select and prepare work that demonstrates your key skills in the area of application of number.

This unit provides you with advice and information on how to go about presenting your key skills work as a portfolio.

In presenting work that demonstrates your key skills you are taking the initiative to show that you can develop and improve a particular set of skills, and are able to use your skills more generally in your
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Next steps
Tables and charts are a great way to present numerical information in a clear and concise form. This unit explains how to use the Windows calculator to carry out basic operations and calculate percentages. You will then learn how to use charts and tables to represent and interpret information.
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1 2.6 Bar charts
Tables and charts are a great way to present numerical information in a clear and concise form. This unit explains how to use the Windows calculator to carry out basic operations and calculate percentages. You will then learn how to use charts and tables to represent and interpret information.
Author(s): The Open University

Tables and charts are a great way to present numerical information in a clear and concise form. This unit explains how to use the Windows calculator to carry out basic operations and calculate percentages. You will then learn how to use charts and tables to represent and interpret information.
Author(s): The Open University

1.1.7 Using the memory buttons
Tables and charts are a great way to present numerical information in a clear and concise form. This unit explains how to use the Windows calculator to carry out basic operations and calculate percentages. You will then learn how to use charts and tables to represent and interpret information.
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1.1.6 Multiple operations
Tables and charts are a great way to present numerical information in a clear and concise form. This unit explains how to use the Windows calculator to carry out basic operations and calculate percentages. You will then learn how to use charts and tables to represent and interpret information.
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1.1.5 Clearing the previous calculation
Tables and charts are a great way to present numerical information in a clear and concise form. This unit explains how to use the Windows calculator to carry out basic operations and calculate percentages. You will then learn how to use charts and tables to represent and interpret information.
Author(s): The Open University

1.1.4 Simple arithmetic operations
Tables and charts are a great way to present numerical information in a clear and concise form. This unit explains how to use the Windows calculator to carry out basic operations and calculate percentages. You will then learn how to use charts and tables to represent and interpret information.
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1.1.3 Keeping the calculator running on your Windows desktop
Tables and charts are a great way to present numerical information in a clear and concise form. This unit explains how to use the Windows calculator to carry out basic operations and calculate percentages. You will then learn how to use charts and tables to represent and interpret information.
Author(s): The Open University

1.1.2 Launching the Windows scientific calculator
Tables and charts are a great way to present numerical information in a clear and concise form. This unit explains how to use the Windows calculator to carry out basic operations and calculate percentages. You will then learn how to use charts and tables to represent and interpret information.
Author(s): The Open University

Next steps
Working with diagrams is essential for students of science, technology, engineering and mathematics. This unit is packed with practical activities and tips which make learning from and with diagrams more enjoyable and rewarding. One part of this unit deals with the reading of diagrams and the other part with the drawing of diagrams.
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4 Where do you go from here?
Working with diagrams is essential for students of science, technology, engineering and mathematics. This unit is packed with practical activities and tips which make learning from and with diagrams more enjoyable and rewarding. One part of this unit deals with the reading of diagrams and the other part with the drawing of diagrams.
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3.2 Using diagrams of your own choice and design
Working with diagrams is essential for students of science, technology, engineering and mathematics. This unit is packed with practical activities and tips which make learning from and with diagrams more enjoyable and rewarding. One part of this unit deals with the reading of diagrams and the other part with the drawing of diagrams.
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Summarising text
In this unit you will learn how to summarise. Summarising is useful both when completing assignments and while studying.
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1.3.12 Summary
This unit will help you to identify and use information in health and lifestyle, whether for your work, study or personal purposes. Experiment with some of the key resources in this subject area, and learn about the skills which will enable you to plan searches for information, so you can find what you are looking for more easily. Discover the meaning of information quality, and learn how to evaluate the information you come across. You will also be introduced to the many different ways of organ
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1 Unit overview
What do we mean by â€˜wellbeingâ€™ for young people? How is it shaped by social differences and inequalities, and how can we improve young people's mental and physical health? This unit will examine the range of factors affecting young peopleâ€™s wellbeing, such as obesity, binge drinking, depression and behavioural problems.
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IDS Big Question: Stephen Devereux (IDS) & Thandika Mkandawire (LSE) speak about Social Protecti
This month's Big Questions for Development coincides with the Social Protection Conference being held at IDS. We interviewed IDS Research Fellow, Stephen Devereux and
Thandika Mkandawire, Chair in African Development for the London School of Economics on what are the challenges in delivering social protection?

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MBA Insight
Associate Dean, Julia Tyler, talks to Mica Bevington about the MBA programme at London Business School and shares some exciting new developments on the MBA programme, as well as giving an insight into the applications process.

Promise based management: How to create a 'promise' culture in an organisation
In the final of his three-part podcast series on promise based management, Donald Sull, Associate Professor of Management Practice, explores how to encourage people to consistently make good promises and deliver results.