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This presentation examines the impact of enterprise education on the career aspiration, decisions and intentions of HE students
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Listen to the following audio clips, ‘Panel discussion on critical practice’, Part 1: Critical practice.

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Transitional Justice and Stabilisation: Risks or Opportunities?
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Pupils should be taught some of the historical background to the development of scientific knowledge.


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3 Subtraction rules – order matters

It’s important to remember that subtraction has different rules from addition.

For example, when you add up numbers, it doesn’t matter what order you add them up in. So 6 + 4 is exactly the same as 4 + 6. The result is 10 in both cases.

But in subtraction, order matters. So 6 – 4 is different from 4 – 6.

With the first, you start with 6, subtract 4, and are left with 2.

But with the second you start with 4 and if you subtract 6, which is a bigger number, you a
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