In the previous sections you saw how to divide a big number by a small number up to 10. Things get harder if you want to do a division where both the numbers are big. This kind of calculation is called long division, probably because you write the steps of the calculation out on paper in a long sequence.

The principle of doing long division is the same as when you divide by a number up to 10. The only difference is that, because the numbers involved in long division are usually too big
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Money talks: An expertâ€™s guide to Trumponomics
A leading economist has issued stark warnings about the Trump era and its impact on the American and global economy. We ask if the new presidentâ€™s monetary policy is likely to succeed or fail. And with Trump being an economic populist, what will be his attitude to the Fed?
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You need to be able to think of things from your reader's point of view. The reader cannot see into your mind so you have to explain your points quite fully and carefully. You need to give examples to illustrate what you are talking about and to justify what you say. In other words, you need a sense of your â€˜audienceâ€™ and you have to work out how to â€˜speakâ€™ to these readers in the right â€˜tone of voiceâ€™.

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Welcome to Penn State
All of Penn State's campuses are getting ready for the start of a new school year. Take a behind-the-scenes look at some of the preparations.
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How well does the following statement describe your approach to evaluating the information that you use?

When I come across a new piece of information (e.g. a website, newspaper article) I consider the quality of the information, and based on that I decide whether or not to use it.

• 5 â€“ This is an excellent match; this is exactly what I do

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This course is designed to help you develop the analytical skills needed for studying literary texts at university level.

This OpenLearn course provides a sample of Level 2 study in Arts and Humanities.

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Here, the conflict is largely between developing country exporters and developed countries that were reluctant to expose their textile producers to cheaper imports. Here too the UR agreement had a proviso to soften its immediate impact, and a loophole that developing countries seem not to have anticipated. In order to enable textile producers in developed countries to adjust gradually to increased import competition, quantitative restrictions were to be phased out over ten years, starting in
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Entrepreneurship and the Executive MBA
John Mullins, Associate Professor of Management Practice in Entrepreneurship, talks about the exciting learning environment on the Executive MBA

• The passport example illustrates the tension between how I see myself and how I am seen by others, between the personal and the social.

• Institutions such as the state play an important role in constructing identities.

• Difference is very clearly marked in relation to national identity.

• Such official categories contain omissions and cannot fully accommodate the personal investment we have in our identities, n
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While acting in ways that are seen to be legitimate is important for both individuals and organisations, social institutions are not immutable. Some people and organisations seem to have a talent for changing the rules of the game.

Some writers have referred to this as being an institutional entrepreneur. At the organisational level examples might include organisations such as Microsoft or Sun Microsystems working actively to establish industry standards which favour them. At the
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Japanese Listening Comprehension for Absolute Beginners #17 - Talking About your Age in Japanese
Learn Japanese with JapanesePod101.com! Do you find yourself only understanding bits and pieces of Japanese conversations? Do you spend hours trying to figure out what that person said to you in Japanese? Then this Japanese Listening Comprehension for Absolute Beginners series is for you! In each lesson of this five-part series, you’ll see an image, [...]
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Definitions of â€˜inclusionâ€™ and â€˜inclusive educationâ€™, then, have moved away from a specific focus on disability towards a broader view that encompasses students from minority ethnic or linguistic groups, from economically disadvantaged homes, or who are frequently absent or at risk of exclusion. â€˜Inclusive educationâ€™ has come to mean the provision of a framework within which all children â€“ whatever their ability, gender, language, ethnic or cultural origin â€“ can be valu
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Intervention de Christophe SEVIN (EHESS, Marseille)

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John McDonnell on Labour's Economic Policy [Audio]
Speaker(s): John McDonnell | John McDonnell (@johnmcdonnellMP) has been the MP for Hayes and Harlington since 1997 and Shadow Chancellor of the Exchequer since September 2015. He was born in Liverpool and stood as a candidate for Leader of the Labour party against Gordon Brown in 2007 and again in 2010. In 1981, he was elected to the Greater London Council as a member for Hayes and Harlington. He became the Chair of Finance, responsible for the GLCâ€™s budget, and was Ken Livingstone's deputy le
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After studying this course, you should be able to:

• practise identification of â€˜indigenousâ€™ identity and culture

• practise identification of â€˜Romanâ€™ identity and culture

• study the development of Romano-African culture.

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Pt 2/4 Northeastern & Mission31 at the Museum of Science: Live from the bottom of the ocean
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The Spelling Mistakes Song
It's a song for older children and adults. It's designed to highlight the most common spelling mistakes in English. The words addressed are definitely, separate, embarrassing, affect, effect, necessary, there, their, they're, a lot, disappointing, and recommend. (02:37)
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