Solving Functions Problems on the ACT
ACE the ACT: Solving Function Problems! One of the types of problems you'll encounter during the ACT Math Section is functions problems. But what exactly is a function and how do you go about approaching them? In this video, Sidhi will explain how to ace these types of problems during the ACT exam.  Sidhi Gosain is a 99th percentile ACT and SAT instructor for Veritas Prep. She was named a National Merit Finalist and National AP Scholar in high school. Sidhi went on to study neuroscienc
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Multiple Sketch Users in DDDoolz
This paper presents DDDoolz, a desktop-VR three-dimensional voxel sketchtool. DDDoolz is developed in the Design Systems Group to explore the use of Virtual Reality technology in the early design stage. The aim is to offer a sketch-like environment in VR with an unobtrusive interface. The paper presents DDDoolz, how it is used in education and with partners in architectural practice, and some future developments. As an extension to current functionality, the possibility of multiple users at the
Author(s): Achten, Henri and De Vries, Bauke

We respect our masters, and are willing to work for our support, and that of our parents, but we want time for more rest, a little play, and to learn to read and write. We do not think it right that we should know nothing but work and suffering, from Monday morning to Saturday night, to make others rich. Do, good gentlemen, inquire carefully into our concern.

[Submission from Manchester's Factory Children Committe
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Before leaving air pollution you might reflect that many of us spend most of our time indoors where the air quality can differ from that outside the building.

## Question 30

In what ways will the air be different inside a bu
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## Activity 15

Suggest appropriate units for each of the following:

• (a) the age of the kitten when it is weaned;

• (b) the distance between one train station and the
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Turbulent Climate Change: why we need to address injustice [Audio]
Speaker(s): Mary Robinson | Events such as hurricanes affecting Texas, Florida and Caribbean Islands, wild-fires raging in California and Portugal, and severe monsoon rains in South Asia, bring home the urgency of a people centered, climate justice approach. Mary Robinson is President of the Mary Robinson Foundation – Climate Justice and Chair of the Board of Trustees. She is a former President of Ireland (1990-1997) and a former UN High Commissioner for Human Rights (1997-2002). Between March
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Nineteenth century reformers combined their new medical diagnoses with a concern to tackle what they saw as the social causes of cruelty and incapacity. Two theories dominated: social Darwinism and eugenics.

Social Darwinism drew on Darwin's ideas of natural selection and emphasised the contribution of the fittest and most superior individuals to the survival of the human species. The social Darwinists, who included some of the most prominent thinkers of their time, believed that social
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In this section we look at the way in which the personal lives of older people have been socially constructed through pensions policies over the last century. As we saw above, welfare policies and changes in employment in the latter part of the nineteenth century and early part of the twentieth century constructed the personal lives of older people as ‘other’ to the emergent normal of relatively younger, ‘independent’ paid workers. Here, we explore the way pensions policies during the
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Sheila Lirio Marcelo, Women and Leadership: Turning our Differences into Strengths
Talks at Google and Women at Google were excited to host Sheila Lirio Marcelo, Founder, Chairwoman and CEO of Care.com. Don’t miss this opportunity to learn from Sheila Lirio Marcelo as she shares her wisdom and experience as a female executive. Sheila focuses her discussion on women and leadership - specifically, how women are influenced by preconceived ideas, and how differences can be turned into strengths. More about Sheila Lirio Marcelo Care.com was founded in 2006 and went public in
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The Game of Kings: Medieval Ivory Chessmen from the Isle of Lewis

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Ocean Acidification Symposium - Iron and Bacteria
The Ocean Acidification Symposium was presented by the Centre for Chemical and Physical Oceanography, in November of 2012. The day-long symposium featured brief presentations from a wide range of researchers, of which this is one: Els Maas explains the vital role bacteria play in breaking down larger molecules and releasing nutrients. Bacteria are part of the microbial foodweb in the oceans.
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Vanya and Sonia and Masha and Spike | 9/18/12
The McCarter Theatre has a hit on its hands with, of all things, a comic take on the melancholy Russian plays of Chekhov. "Vanya and Sonia and Masha and Spike" stars Sigourney Weaver, Kristine Nielsen, and David Hyde Pierce as siblings whose literary parents named them after Chekov characters. Masha (played by Sigourney Weaver) is a glamorous actress who descends upon her stay-at-home brother and sister with Spike, her new boy toy (played by Billy Magnussen). Susan Wallner talks with playwright
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Babbage: The evolution of bromance
Host Jason Palmer ​asks Natasha Loder if scientists are getting ever closer to the fountain of youth in pill form. Richard Wrangham explains why men are more touchy-feely than women after competitive sport. A​nd Matt Kaplan ​examines how one sea creature's means​​ of self-repair​​ ​​could help humans with damaged hearing
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From its inception, quantum physics was concerned not just with particles such as electrons, but also with light and other forms of electromagnetic radiation. In 1900 Planck discovered the quantum in the transfer of energy from matter to radiation, and in 1905, Einstein's explanation of the photoelectric effect assumed that the transfer of energy from radiation to matter occurred in a similarly quantised fashion. It is therefore hardly surprising that the development of quantum mechanics was
Author(s): The Open University

"The Mind of the Market"
Author and psychologist Michael Shermer explains how evolution shaped the modern economy-and why people are so irrational about money. How did we make the leap from ancient hunter-gatherers to modern consumers and traders? Why do people get so emotional and irrational about bottom-line financial and business decisions? Is the capitalist marketplace a sort of Darwinian orga
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Identifying Dance Music Choreography Parts
Identifying Dance Music Choreography Parts. Part of the series: Beginning Choreography for Hip Hop Dancing. Trying to choreograph a dance? Learn how to listen to different parts of the music in this free video clip from professional hip hop dance choreographer. (1:30)
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Scholars offer us many different definitions of religion, but these definitions tend to be of two types. The first type is known as a substantive definition: that is, a definition that tells us what kind of thing religion is by pointing to its distinguishing characteristic – usually its beliefs and/or practices. We can find an example of a substantive definition of religion in my summary of the definitions found in the Concise Oxford Dictionary. Think again about d. Acc
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Infinite Limits: Vertical Asymptotes
This video explains when a limit decreases or increases without bound near certain values for the independent variables, they are called infinite limits. In general, a fractional function will have an infinite limit if the limit of the denominator is zero and the limit of the numerator is not zero. The infinite limit can be either positive or negative and is determined by the sign of the quotient of the numerator and the denominator. (3:23)
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Artificial intelligence heralds the fourth industrial revolution. But what are its ethical challenges? Also, Anne McElvoy and producer Cheryl Brumley head under Manhattan to inspect New York’s newest water tunnel. And the biggest rocket in the world prepares for its maiden flight. Kenneth Cukier hosts.

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