Find the Slope of a Line from Two Points
This video explains how to find the slope of a line from two points. This is often the most efficient way to calculate slope, and can be done with a simple formula to find rise over run. Finding the slope of a line from two points requires us to know the definition of slope and how to plot points. (1:32)
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Money talks: Tumble and fall
The commodities crash forces the mining and trading group behemoth, Glencore, to drastically adjust its balance sheet as global trade stalls and the copper market swoons
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Recalling Charles James: Homer Layne
Recalling Charles James: Homer Layne

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How to Write a Poem
Writing a poem is very easy. Subject can be an idea, a feeling, a group or rhymes or even lines of words. This video is an interview with no student examples.
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2.3.2 The crater Pwyll

You might also have noted that there are no obvious impact craters visible in Figure 16 (see Section 2.3.1). In fact there are a few. One is a bright spot, 15 km in diameter, surrounded by a dark halo of ejecta that occurs 10 mm from the top edge and 65 mm from the left-hand edge of the figure. Another is a slightly larger pale feature w
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Education for All

 Steve Sinnot

Steve Sinnot, General Secretary of the UK's biggest teachers' union, the NUT, gives the 2007 Hugh Gaitskell Memorial Lecture entitled “Education, Social Justice and Educational Opportunities – reflections on the role of teachers and their organisations”

Mr Sinnot describes the impact of those who are hopeful supporters and activists for justice, human rights and equality. He gives examples of the improve
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History Assessment Plan, 2008
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Money talks: Iceland's return
Sweeping changes at Deutsche Bank and HSBC and Iceland's capital controls are lifted, delicately
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War Memorials in Suffolk
From the Memorials on the village green to the simplest plaque beneath a tree. Lest we forget.
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3.3.3 Obligations to trees?

Citizenship is generally held to be based on a contractual view, where rights and obligations are balanced. In other words, you get various rights in return for your commitment to live by your society's rules and expectations. Political philosopher Andrew Dobson suggests that ecological citizenship is based in a non-reciprocal sense of justice or compassion. The discussion of our relationships with past and future generations in Section 1.2 establishes that our obligations to future generatio
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Expedition Blue Planet - Death of a River: The Colorado River Delta
The Expedition Blue Planet team explore the impacts of a broken river and disappearing wetlandsIn August 2010, Alexandra Cousteau’s Expedition Blue Planet crossed over the Arizona/Mexico border to follow the Colorado’s dry riverbed to its historic mouth in the Upper Gulf of California where its nutrient-rich waters no longer reach the sea.The stately Colorado, that same iconic river of history that carved out the Grand Canyon and made the deserts bloom in the American southwest, now
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biosights: March 16, 2015 - PAPC separates tissues at a Snail's pace
By: JCB Brachet's cleft separates the ectoderm and mesoderm of early Xenopus and zebrafish embryos. Luu et al. reveal that, in conjunction with the transcription factor Snail1, the protocadherin PAPC promotes tissue separation by down-regulating planar cell polarity proteins at the ectoderm-mesoderm boundary. This biosights episode presents the paper by Luu et al. from the March 16, 2015, issue of The Journal of Cell Biology and includes an interview with one of the paper's senior authors, Rudol
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[ROYAL: Illuminated manuscripts of the Kings and Queens of England]
This Web page reports on an AHRC-funded project centred around research into the British Library's collection of 1,950 manuscripts donated by King George II in 1757. Maintained as a collection (labelled 'ROYAL') since this time, they represent the largest surviving collection of medieval illumination and painting owned by English monarchs. The grant will enable the first ever major research project into the collection, resulting in an exhibition in 2011, as well as being added to the Library's o
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Virtual Maths - Basic Structures, bending moment uniformly distributed load
Interactive simulation demonstrating bending moment of uniformly distributed load
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2.1.3 Amateur snapshots 1880s–

Image 7 Photographer/Painter: Anon. Subject: Audrey in pushchair, 1950s.

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White British working class children make the worst progress in secondary school
Dr Steve Strand from the Warwick Institute of Education talks about his report which shows that white British children from working class backgrounds make the least progress compared to other ethnic groups at secondary school.
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Crucible DP130769

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Whitechapel Bell Foundry, 32-34 Whitechapel Road, Tower Hamlets, London. Interior, loading the travelling crucible, used for pouring molten bronze into moulds.
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(3/12)Battlefield: The Battle for Russia
This fast paced episode of "Battlefield" chronicles the titanic war in the east, that eventually decided World War II in Europe. Despite numerous warnings from the Communist spy networks: the Lucy Spy-Ring the Red Orchestra Richard Sorge, and pleadings from Churchill and FDR, through ultra decrypts, Stalin discounted all invasion warnings. Stalin felt that all these alarming reports was actually an attempt to divide agreements between the Soviet Union and Nazi Germany, by the British and America
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Statistical Methods for Business (2011-2012)
The overall objective of the course Statistical Methods for Business is to provide a set of statistical tools for solving problems through the use of sample information. The course will study probability models that are used in economics and business. It also discusses the fundamentals of statistical inference, with special emphasis on the construction of confidence intervals and hypothesis testing. ;
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