To illustrate how to create and use line graphs, we will use the example of a calibration curve.

A calibration curve is a type of line graph in which the response of a measuring device to a series of known concentrations of a substance is plotted. You can then make a measurement of an unknown sample - in the case we're about to examine, blood serum samples from new-born infants - and use the calibration curve to work out what concentration of substance is present.

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Many different systems for writing numbers have been developed over the history of humankind.

The easiest way of counting small numbers is to use your fingers, and for this reason many numerical systems, such as the decimal system, are based around the number ten. But what happens when you run out of fingers to count on?

Numbering systems get round this problem by using a system of scale in which many small units are represented by a single larger unit, and many of these la
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Two labels have been omitted in the mathematics below. Where should they go to make sense of the argument?

• Since

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Light availability, water availability, temperature and the supply of plant nutrients are the four most important factors determining NPP. Altered availability of nutrients affects the rate of primary production in all ecosystems, which in turn changes the biomass and the species composition of communities.

Virtual Maths - Shapes, Space and Measure, Theodolite Survey simulation
Simulation of using a thodolite to calculate the height of a building.
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The Humpty objection to the Gricean position can be formulated as the charge that Grice is too much like Humpty for his own good. Humpty, we saw, seems to be advocating the following thesis:

What we mean when we utter a word or sentence is under our own control; we can mean whatever we want and choose.

The charge against Grice can be formulated in a two-premise argument:

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News #139 - Going From Failure To Achieving Your Spanish New Year’s Resolution
2014 is here. It’s a new year and a fresh start to the Spanish learning season. Millions have made their resolutions. Many will start Spanish for the first time. Most will give up after one month. But you? You’re mastering Spanish this year. How? With the help of SpanishPod101.com. [...]
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Turning the Major Scales Into Melodies
This is a basic video explaining how the major scale can  be used to create melodies using examples of Christmas songs.  It is filmed from about the piano so that they keyboard and hands are easily seen by the viewer.  (02:28)
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Marquette University President Lovell takes Ice Bucket Challenge
Marquette University President Lovell accepts the Ice Bucket Challenge and calls out Marquette alumnus and actor Danny Pudi, Dean Amhaus of the Milwaukee water council and the entire freshman class. Learn more about this cause at http://alsa.org/
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The natural environment itself is bathed in energy from other sources. Standing on a cliff top on a bright spring day you can feel the warmth of the Sun and the freshness of the breeze and hear the crashing of breaking waves below. All these energetic processes can be compared in terms of Author(s): The Open University

In this course we begin to look at the human being in the context of an individual life cycle, examining some of the processes that contribute to the formation of a new person. This is the first time that many of you will have encountered this level of biological detail; we would ask that you take the time to understand it fully at this stage. We hope to show you that, far from being a dry academic subject, the study of biology allows us to glimpse a dimension of dynamic sophistication and el
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Energy from sources other than fossil or nuclear fuels is to a large extent free of the concerns about environmental effects and renewability that characterise those two sources. Each alternative source supplies energy continually, whether or not we use it. Many alternative sources of energy have been used in simple ways for millennia, e.g. wind and water mills, sails, wood burning – but only in the last two centuries has their potential begun to be exploited on an industrial scale. Except
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Bacteria are single-celled organisms. Many different types of bacteria exist and they populate almost every environment on earth, from deep oceans to soil to human intestines. Several bacteria are beneficial to us: for instance, our gut bacteria can help to break down foodstuffs that we would otherwise find difficult to digest. However, some bacteria produce harmful toxins and if they grow in an uncontrolled way in our bodies this can have serious health consequences.

If a bacterium is
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Resettling refugees
Ed Grode has become a familiar face at Kakuma, helping families relocate and persevere. Editing by Dwight Irwin, synapsevideo.com, and Andy Burd.
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Thomas F. DeFrantz: Combining Art and Technology
DeFrantz and his students are exploring new art forms that combine dance with computer science, computational design, filmmaking and other perspectives. Learn more. Thomas F. DeFrantz discusses dance, technology and African American culture. http://today.duke.edu/2012/03/thomasdefrantz
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De site bevat:

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Introduction to Ableton Live: Coursera MOOC with Erin Barra
- Learn more about the "Introduction to Ableton Live" MOOC on Coursera: https://www.coursera.org/course/abletonlive - Learn more about Berklee Online's Ableton Live online courses: http://bit.ly/1AaU3R6 In this three-week Coursera MOOC, Berklee professor and online instructor Erin Barra will teach you about Ableton Live’s most powerful tools and how you can use them to take your musical ideas from conception to final recording.
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