It is an error in economics, as prevalent as it is patent, that all commodities, at a definite point of time and in a given market, ma
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Solving Equations 2 -  Khan Academy
In this video, Sal Khan demonstrates how to solve 20-7x=6x-6.  Mr. Khan uses the Paint Program (with different colors) to illustrate his points. Sal Khan is the recipient of the 2009 Microsoft Tech Award in Education.  (04:06) There is a lot of information on the screen--the viewer may want to open the video to 'full screen.'
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The Precambrian and Lower Palaeozoic Basement of the British Isles is a series of nine discrete, exotic terranes whose boundaries are fault systems that have undergone large but usually unknown amounts of lateral and vertical movement over time (Figure 11 and Author(s): The Open University

Basic Math: Lesson 6 - Types of Fractions
Concepts covered: Proper Fraction, Improper Fraction, Mixed Number, and Complex Fraction.
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The National Archives UK posted a photo:

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Place Value - by StudyJams
Each digit in a number has a value.  That means that a digit's place determines its value.  Once you know the place values of numbers, reading any number will be a breeze.  Learn more about place value with this cartoon animation from StudyJams.  A short, self-checking quiz is also included with this link.
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Virtual Maths - Numbers, 2D Elipse simulation tool
Interactive simulation tool demonstrating formula for calculating the area of an elipse
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Learning outcomes

After studying this course, you should be able to:

• understand how the linear sequence of DNA within a gene is related to the linear sequence of amino acids of a protein

• understand how the information in DNA is carried via RNA to make a protein

• understand how RNA is synthesised from DNA by the process of transcription

• understand where the processes of transcription and translation occur within the cell.

Author(s): The Open University

Tools of Expression: Notation and Interaction for Design Computation
Design considers function, fabrication, and aesthetics collectively. Computation is beginning to affect the competitive dynamics of design. Using algorithms, designers are exploring forms that are essentially ?undrawable,? even with advanced modeling and direct manipulation techniques. Determining the appropriate functional characteristics may require the application of increasingly complex structural- and environmental-performance analysis techniques. To realize physically a design may require
Author(s): Aish, Robert

1.3 The capacity of an MOS structure to store charge

Figure 1 shows a schematic section through an MOS structure and sets up a colour scheme that distinguishes the different layers. In this case the M-layer is provided by heavily doped polysilicon and the semiconductor base material is p-type silicon.

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Introduction

This course is designed to introduce you to the supreme law-making body within the UK: the UK Parliament situated at Westminster, London. You will also examine the wide variety of sources that influence Parliament including constituents, pressure groups and Parliamentary subcommittees. This course will also introduce you to the skills required in reading legal cases, reading and understanding Acts of Parliament, taking notes and summarising ideas.

This OpenLearn course provides a sample
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15.992 S-Lab: Laboratory for Sustainable Business (MIT)
How can we translate real-world challenges into future business opportunities? How can individuals, organizations, and society learn and undergo change at the pace needed to stave off worsening problems? Today, organizations of all kinds—traditional manufacturing firms, those that extract resources, a huge variety of new start-ups, services, non-profits, and governmental organizations of all types, among many others—are tackling these very questions. For some, the massive challenges
Author(s): Sterman, John,Henderson, Rebecca,Locke, Richard,Sl

Regulating Informality: Workers Centers and Day Labor
CLPR Spring 2012 Speaker Series: Regulating Informality: Workers Centers and Day Labor Abel Valenzuela Professor and Chair, Chicano and Chicana Studies University of California, Los Angeles Date: May 3, 2012 Time: 4:00 PM -- 5:30 PM Location: Shorb House, 2547 Channing Way, Berkeley, CA 94720 Description: Searching for temporary employment in public venues such as busy intersections or in front of home improvement stores is an economic activity often described as informal. Indeed, key chara
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Transport in the Low Carbon Age
Minerva lecture on 21 February given by Professor James Turner for the Minerva Series. Society has become used to the fact that personal transportation is really affordable. Over the past 130 years this situation has arisen with no stimulus from government because of the favourable economics that have evolved. However, the use of fossil fuels to power transportation rightly means that action has to be taken if we are to avoid climate change. The lecture discusses the scale of the challenge, som
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5.1 Transmission of electrical signals on wires

In the discussions of newsgathering in the Taylor and Higgins papers, you saw the significance of the development of systems that allowed long-distance transmission of electronic signals. Initially transmission used metallic wires (remember Taylor's reference to the importance of the 'lines infrastructure' and his mention of the 'wire picture') and later wireless transmission (terrestrial and satellite microwave) became important. In this section I shall look at some aspects of the transmissi
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1 Overview

Even in images taken with the most modern equipment on a large telescope, it can be difficult to pick out the galaxies now known as 'active' from the other more normal galaxies. But if your telescope were equipped to examine the spectra of the galaxies, then the active galaxies would stand out. Normal galaxies contain stars that are generally similar to those in our own Galaxy; and spiral galaxies have additional similarities to the Milky Way in their gas and dust content. Active galax
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4 Who are the users?

This section reveals that ‘users’ can include a wide variety of people – not just the final purchasers or consumers of a product. The section also makes the case for strong user representation in the design process.

Of course, it is not only me who uses the various products in my home; other people use them as well, both members of the family and visitors. Sometimes the range of users of a product, and their different needs, can be diverse. And in addition to the obvious or intend
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Learning outcomes

After studying this course, you should be able to:

• understand and use the basic terms for the description of the motion of particles: position, velocity and acceleration

• understand, use and differentiate vector functions

• understand the fundamental laws of Newtonian mechanics

• solve mechanics problems in one dimension by drawing a sketch, choosing a suitable x-axis and origin, drawing a force diagram, applying Newton’s second law, tak
Author(s): The Open University

NCL-Chinese Read into China -grammar -lesson 5
NCL-Chinese Read into China -grammar -lesson 5.
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