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2.10.1 Years

In this session you visit the musée Angladon-Dubrujeaud, where you find out about the life of the painter Vincent van Gogh.

Key Learning Points

  • Understanding and using the numbers 70 to 100

  • Identifying and using dates (years)

  • Distinguishing between Author(s): The Open University

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2.11.1 Revision: choosing and booking hotels

In this session, you will revise choosing and booking hotel rooms, understanding directions, identifying and using dates (years).

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Retailing in Leeds - Consumer Shopping preferences
Leeds is a major city in the UK and as such is a magnet for shoppers from the surrounding region. Around 1.7 to 1.9 million people are in the catchment area as shoppers in Leeds city centre. Consequently retail is an important business for Leeds. John Temperley Senior Lecturer in Marketing in the Business School and a retail specialist, explains the choices that face consumers and what their preferences are, based on research by students sponsored by Leeds city centre management. The results ar
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Lecture 9 (of 16) | Introduction to Robotics
Though this is an entry-level university course, there may be high school students who desire to enter into the field of Robotics, and this course may inspire them.

Lecture by Professor Oussama Khatib for Introduction to Robotics (CS223A) in the Stanford Computer Science Department.

In this segment, Guest lecturer Gregory Hager covers Perception and Sensing in Robotic Mobility and Manipulation.

CS223A is an introduction to robotics which c

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2008.02.29-Migration Conference Keynote Address: Bridging the Gap
Conference on Migration, Rights and Identities: Examining the Range of Local and Global Needs.
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Introduction to Classical Music by Craig Wright on Coursera
Everyday, billions of people choose to listen to music. Why do we need music? Why do we need art? What is art? How does classical music work and what makes it so great? Join Craig Wright in exploring some of the answers to these questions while learning about great musicians such as Mozart, Bach, and Beethoven in his Coursera course: Introduction to Classical Music starting January 2015.
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Chem 51A: Organic Chemistry (Nowick)

This version of Chem 51A was taught by Professor James Nowick in Fall 2009.  

Course Description: Fundamental concepts relating to carbon compounds with emphasis on structural theory and the nature of chemical bonding, stereochemistry, reaction
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School of Nursing Statistics Online Computational Resource (SOCR) Citations and Licenses

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Kent State Police Services Adds First K-9 Unit to Its Force
A new four-legged friend has come to the Kent Campus as Kent State University's Police Services welcomed Coco, a 2-year-old German Shepherd who, together with her partner Officer Anne Spahr, form Kent State Police Services' first K-9 unit.
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A Gentle Introduction to SuperCollider
This is a step-by-step introduction to the music programming language SuperCollider. It is aimed at students with little to no background in programming. Knowledge of basic music theory may be occasionally useful, but it is not required. This book encourages students to actively explore sound and musical structure through computer programming. Music and arts students interested in sound will find the tools to deepen their knowledge of digital music making. The book may also serve as a fun, music
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What Brands Need to Survive in a Digital World
Before you start making heavy investments in digital, make sure your brand adheres to these three basic principles.
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6.345 Automatic Speech Recognition (MIT)
6.345 introduces students to the rapidly developing field of automatic speech recognition. Its content is divided into three parts. Part I deals with background material in the acoustic theory of speech production, acoustic-phonetics, and signal representation. Part II describes algorithmic aspects of speech recognition systems including pattern classification, search algorithms, stochastic modelling, and language modelling techniques. Part III compares and contrasts the various approaches to sp
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Laplace Transforms of Common Signals
Carlos E. Davila
This module derives the Laplace transform of well-known signals.
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Mahan Esfahani, Harpsichord Concert
Leading international harpsichordist Mahan Esfahani played works by Kuhnau, J.S. Bach, W.F. Bach, and C.P.E. Bach, in commemoration of C.P.E. Bach's 300th birthday. Speaker Biography: Praised as "his instrument's leading champion" (International Piano) and for his "daring and fiery performances" (The Times), Mahan Esfahani was born in Tehran in 1984 and first studied the piano with his father and as a teenager went on to explore an interest in the harpsichord and organ. He is the first harpsich
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1.6.5 Using speech to good effect

Speech output is a powerful way of communicating information. It has particular benefits for the visually impaired. For those whose eyesight is good, speaking lifts may seem a novelty, but they provide useful information and reassurance for the visually impaired. Some applications of the technology have less obvious benefits, such as supermarket checkouts that read out the product and prices. These were found to breach the customer's sense of privacy and to be noisy. Again, good design depend
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Gormley - Untitled (Listening) DP183107

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Maygrove Peace Park, Kilburn, Borough of Camden, Greater London. Antony Gormley sculpture 'Untitled (Listening)' from south east. Photographed by Chris Redgrave in 2016.
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Keynote App for iOS
'Keynote is the most powerful presentation app ever designed for a mobile device. Built from the ground up for iPad, iPhone, and iPod touch, it makes creating a world-class presentation — complete with animated charts and transitions — as simple as touching and tapping.Start with an Apple-designed theme and add text, images, charts, tables, and shapes with just a few taps. Highlight your data with stunning interactive bar, column, scatter, and bubble charts. Present right on your iPa
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15.515 Financial Accounting (MIT)
Our goal is to help you develop a framework for understanding financial, managerial, and tax reports. The course goal is divided into five subordinate challenges that can help you organize the way you learn accounting: The record keeping and reporting challenge The computation challenge The judgment challenge The usage challenge The search challenge The course adopts a decision-maker perspective of accounting by emphasizing the relation between accounting data and the underlying economic event
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1.3 Using ratios

Time conversions are also ratios. The ratio of time measured in minutes to time measured in seconds is one to sixty (1:60), as there are sixty seconds in a minute.

Example 2

Adam's grandfather ran a mile in
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