Energy, Frequency, and Wavelength


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There's so much ambition at Nottingham and we want to celebrate that. Share and discover your #UoNambition and find out how we can help you achieve what you want in life at the Careers Roadshow from 27 to 31 October across University Park, Jubilee and SB – there’ll be hot chocolate and freebies.
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Choral Vespers-10/11/2012-The Duke Vespers Ensemble
A service of choral vespers in Duke University Chapel officiated by The Rev. Dr. Luke Powery. Choir directed by Dr. Brian Schmidt. Organist: David Arcus. On The Preces/Invitatory Reading: Micah 3:9-4:5, Acts 24:1-16, Luke 7:36-50 Bulletin: https://chapel.duke.edu/sites/default/files/10-11-12_V_2up.pdf
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Town-hall format may favor Obama
The town-hall format in the Oct. 16 debate may favor Barack Obama, who has plenty of experience giving "quick, reactive responses" to off-the-cuff questions, suggests Will Repko, Michigan State University's head debate coach.
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This Geico commercial could be a cute introduction or hook for a unit about California.  (0:31)
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Energy, Frequency, and Wavelength
Review the light equations, and do 2 practice problems using energy, frequency and wavelength
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Sequel to math blox. Use Arrow keys. Bump into blocks to select them. Math correct problems with solutions. http://www.starfa
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Abraham Lincoln Biography: The Gettysburg Address
In this video clip, watch this brief biography of Abraham Lincoln and learn about his Gettysburg Address, where he delivered his famous speech and said "all men are created equal." (4:08)
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Counting By Two Song
This animated video will help children learn to count by twos. The lyrics repeat themselves several times. The monkey characters count to 100 while the numbers are displayed on the screen. Some of the lyrics include "We're gonna count by two's. Me and you. All numbers will be even. That's just what we do".  (02:53)
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GAME 2302-0140: Our First 3D Game Program
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Learn how to write your first interactive 3D game using the game-math library. Also learn how to write a Java program that simulates flocking behavior such as that exhibited by birds and fish and […]

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8.6 Poverty in Scotland

Poverty in Scotland 2007 is the fifth in a series of books which, since the mid-1990s, have provided a comprehensive picture of the extent of poverty in Scottish society. Each of these books has been charged with making accessible what is often a complex world of figures, diverse measurements, competing definitions and contrasting interpretations of poverty – and identifying what should be done to address poverty.

This book is presented as a pdf and was first produced in 2006.
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Oct. 22 - A French engineer is offering wine-growers an efficient way to prune their vines without breaking their back - a robot designed to do it for them. While Wall-Ye (pron: Wall-Yee) the robot is still a work in progress, wine growers who've seen it are drinking to its potential. Jim Drury reports.
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The Global Drug Wars [Audio]
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University Certificate in Midwifery

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This educational module has been developed to support the University Certificate in Midwifery at the University of Malawi and upgrading midwifery programmes. It combines a number of new strategies that are being piloted by the Maternal and Chi
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