Logarithmic Functions - Problem 3 of 3
This video is a continuation and provides another example that demonstrates how to graph logarithmic functions.  (5:00)
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Properties of Logarithms - Problem 2 of 3
This video is a continuation and reviews the change of base theorem.  It also provides examples of how to evaluate logarithms by switching to another base.  (5:20)
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Properties of Logarithms - Problem 3 of 3
This video is a continuation and provides more examples of how use the change of base theorem to evaluate logarithms by switching to another base.  (4:27)
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Exponential Growth - Problem 3 of 3
This video is a continuation and explains Newton’s Law of Cooling and how it is an application of exponential functions similar to exponential decay.  It provides an example problem that demonstrates the similarities.  (6:51)
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Ambrosia
Food demo by Libby Cooke
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Anh-Thuy Nguyen Wins Third Place in SMU's 2011 Green-Minute Video Contest
SMU annually holds a Green-Minute Video Contest to foster sustainability and concern for the environment. The third place winner was Anh-Thuy Nguyen from Viet Nam, a masters student in Meadows School of the Arts; she received a \$50 Starbucks gift card.
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Episode for Families: Peach Blossom Spring

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Lecture 01 - 9/23/2010
Lecture 01
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River Trent - The Nottinghamshire Trent
Continuing a journey down the River Trent from source to sea.
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Le professeur montre une série d'expériences permettant d'atteindre les lois qualitatives de l'électrostatique : attraction, répulsion, deux électricités, différence entre conducteurs et isolants. Electroscope, phénomènes d'influence. Pression électrostatique, union des pointes, paratonnerre, cage de Faraday.

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Helping Students with "b's" and "d's" Again!
Here's another tip to help your kiddos remember how to make bs and ds! Mr. Smith sings a song that can help students remember the difference between b's and d's. (2:24)
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Introductory MIT Courses, Math
MIT offers a selection of courses for high school students to explore Math at MIT.
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Hands on Learning, Competitions
MIT high school students competitions in aerial design, robot design, robocraft programming, manufacturing and much more.
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In the second of a series of podcasts on graduates and employability, Professor Kate Purcell and Professor Peter Elias discuss what employers are really looking for in today's graduates
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What is the Value of a Degree?
Professors Kate Purcell and Peter Elias, from the Institute of Employment Research, discuss the value of a degree.
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The deconstruction of social unreality: How to naturalise social facts [Audio]
Speaker(s): Dan Sperber | Many social scientists and philosophers - John Searle in particular in The Construction of Social Reality - argue that social facts exist in virtue of being collectively recognized. I want to debunk this view and offer a truly naturalistic (but non-reductionist) alternative. I characterize social facts in terms of causal chains where the causal links are alternatively mental and environmental. I suggest a way to reconceptualise the social domain that raises new question
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Arab Nationalism, Islamism and the Arab Uprising [Audio]
Speaker(s): Professor Sadik Al Azm | Al-Azm, one of the Middle East's most notable contemporary thinkers, will reflect on the effects of the Arab uprisings on Arab nationalism and Islamist movements. Sadik Al Azm is emeritus professor of modern European philosophy at the University of Damascus.
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The Price of Civilization: economics and ethics after the fall [Audio]
Speaker(s): Professor Jeffrey Sachs | The world economy remains in a precarious state after the global recession. Jeffrey Sachs will discuss why we must – and how we can– change our entire economic culture in the time of crisis. Jeffrey Sachs is director of The Earth Institute and Quetelet Professor of Sustainable Development and professor of health policy and management at Columbia University.
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New Strategies for Disaster Response: How the increased frequency and intensity of disasters will re
Speaker(s): Kristalina Georgieva | Kristalina Georgieva is European Commissioner for International Cooperation, Humanitarian Aid and Crisis Response. Before joining the European Commission in February 2010, she held various positions at the World Bank. She started working there in 1993, initially as Environmental Economist, then Senior Environmental Economist. She continued as Sector Manager on Environment for the East Asia and Pacific Region, and later became the Director in charge of World Ban
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