Constructing the Incenter
The point of concurrency of the three angle bisectors of a triangle is the incenter. It is the center of the circle that can be inscribed in the triangle, making the incenter equidistant from the three sides of the triangle. This video explains how to construct the incenter by first constructing the three angle bisectors. The point where they all intersect is the incenter. The incenter is always located within the triangle. (1:08)
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Mais de quoi sont faites ces expÃ©riences ? Professeur de philosophie, Yves Michaud rÃ©pond.

The Language of Algebra
This site provides a brief review of many aspects of algebraic language and use, from symbol sets and fractions to exponents and factoring. Intended as a reference for students already familiar with algebra, it is the first section of the online text Introductory Statistics: Concepts, Models, and Applications. This resource is part of the Teaching Quantitative Skills in the Geosciences collection. http://serc.carleton.edu/quantskills/
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Politics and Genocide: Rwanda (African Studies Seminar)
Dr Omar McDoom (London School of Economics) looks at a single community in southern Rwanda, using spatial mapping, in order to understand why some people chose to kill during the violence and others did not.
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HIV 1 Tech Paper Presentation 1/4
Grund et al., 2008: paper presented by HIV 1 team in 20.380, Spring 2011
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Discussion Strategies
Barry Hoonan and his fifth- and sixth-grade cluster explore ways in which individual readers can help themselves enter the story world of a text. The group explores two different methods—using sticky notes in several different ways and mapping—which lead its members directly into the text. The text they have chosen for their attention, Stuck in Neutral by Terry Trueman, features a 14-year-old protagonist who suffers from cerebral palsy
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Life and Death in Ancient Egypt -- The Diniacopoulos Collection
Life and Death in Ancient Egypt The Diniacopoulos Collection
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The Arts and Humanities. Fanella Cannell
On 25 February 2011, a group of eminent researchers who work in arts and humanities disciplines in universities around the UK gathered in Cambridge for a conference called "The Arts and Humanities: Endangered Species?" In light of the present funding reforms to Higher Education, each was asked to give a seven minute talk about why the arts and humanities matter and what cultural and social benefits these subjects bring. Some stressed their contribution to self-knowledge and the ability and freed
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Money talks: March 7th 2011
In this week's programme - the rise of Tata, the fall of John Galliano and the shrinking career prospects of Western expats in Asia
Author(s): The Economist

SimulaciÃ³n y diseÃ±o de procesos industriales por ordenador
Conocimiento de las herramientas disponibles los simuladores de procesos y desarrollo de las habilidades necesarias para la aplicaciÃ³n de Ã©stos a la simulaciÃ³n y diseÃ±o de operaciones unitarias y a la resoluciÃ³n de problemas industriales.
Author(s): AMPARO GÃƒÂ“MEZ SIURANA, ALICIA FONT ESCAMILLA

GeoGebra is free and multi-platform dynamic mathematics software for all levels of education that joins geometry, algebra, tables, graphing, statistics and calculus in one easy-to-use package. It has received several educational software awards in Europe a
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Greenough's Greeno
UMass Amherst's Greeno Sub Shop, located in the Central Residence Area, is "just one of the manifestations of awesomeness that is student-run collectivism" on campus (says Adam Schultz, co-manager). Find out what Greeno has to offer!
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P.G. Fox Society Compassionate Care Awards: An Interview With Dr. Powell G. Fox, Jr.
Dr. Powell G. Fox, Jr. was interviewed by WRAL Anchor David Crabtree about his life-long passion for medicine and volunteerism as a part of the inaugural P.G. Fox Society Compassionate Care Awards event honoring Ralph Moore on Friday, February 25, 2011.
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Melody Transcatheter Valve- A South Carolina First
Laurie Fladd was excited to find out she could have a heart valve replacement without having open heart surgery. She became the first patient at MUSC and in South Carolina to have the Melody transcatheter valve procedure. Dr. Phil Saul and Dr. Rani Bandisode explain how it works.
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Bioethics and the Life of Henrietta Lacks
During her life in Baltimore's Turner's Station, Henrietta Lacks was a wife, mother, neighbor and friend. It was here in Baltimore that she also fought a heroic battle against cervical cancer that changed the course of medicine. Mrs. Lacks' sacrifice has saved and continues to save countless people she has never met. Sixty years after her death, the University of Maryland Medical Center hosted a lecture and evening gala to honor and celebrate this remarkable woman. In this 25-minute video, Dr.
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Remembering the Life of Henrietta Lacks
Henrietta Lacks was diagnosed with cervical cancer at Johns Hopkins. Scientists were able to multiply her cells, which have been used by researchers for decades and have played a key role in several medical breakthroughs. In this 12-minute video, Reverend Dr. Susan Roy, Director of Pastoral Care Services at the University of Maryland Medical Center, speaks about the role Lacks' cells have played in the continued advancement of medical research, as well as why it is important for individuals to
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Mrs. Henrietta Lacks' Legacy: Impact on Recent Research
Her name was Henrietta Lacks, but scientists know her as HeLa. She was a poor Southern tobacco farmer who worked the same land as her slave ancestors, yet her cells -- taken without her knowledge -- became one of the most important tools in medicine. In this eight-minute video, Hayley Warren, a sophomore at The Field School in Washington, D.C., presents a paper she wrote detailing the impact of HeLa cells on recent medical research. Related Links: About Henrietta Lacks http://www.umm.edu/hel
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Closing Remarks for UMMC Henrietta Lacks Conference
During her life in Baltimore's Turner's Station, Henrietta Lacks was a wife, mother, neighbor and friend. It was here in Baltimore that she also fought a heroic battle against cervical cancer that changed the course of medicine. Mrs. Lacks' sacrifice has saved and continues to save countless people she has never met. Sixty years after her death, we honor and celebrate this remarkable woman. In this two-minute video, John H. Spearman, Senior Vice President of External Affairs for the University
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Reaching the Right Customers - Raw Materials
The raw materials for a learning activity about understanding, segmenting and targeting customers
Author(s): EVOLUTION,UCLANOER,E-EVOLVE,UCLAN,Jenny Evans