Lecture 06 - 10/12/2010
Lecture 06
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Arithmetical operations on complex numbers are carried out as for real numbers, except that we replace i2 by âˆ’1 wherever it occurs.

## Example 1

Let z1 = 1 + 2i and z<
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Lecture 08 - 10/19/2010
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This course shows how partial differential equations can be used to model phenomena such as waves and heat transfer. The prerequisite requirements to gain full advantage from this course are an understanding of ordinary differential equations and basic familiarity with partial differential equations.

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Lecture 11 - 1/29/2010
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The Korean War
Learn how the tiny Asian country of Korea was divided in the aftermath of World War II and how the cold war politics between the United States and the Soviet Union led to a brutal conflict. (01:59)
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Lecture 06 - 10/12/2010
Lecture 06
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The work of the Chicago School, despite the potential pitfalls of participant observation, does demonstrate that if you want to know why people commit crimes it makes sense to ask them. In his memoir of a criminal career in the early twentieth century entitled Jail Journey, Jim Phelan wrote:

The robber is a tradesman who, from economics or other motivation, chooses a trade with greater rewards and dangers th
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The atmosphere is not a simple, uniform slab of absorbing material. On the contrary, it gets progressively 'thinner' or less dense with increasing altitude (height above mean sea level); i.e. the total number of molecules in a given volume of air is lower, and so is the pressure. About 80% of the total mass of the atmosphere is within some 10 km of the surface; 99.9% lies below 50 km.

The important corollary is that the key greenhouse gas molecules (H2O and CO2
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Inside Out
May 15, 2017 - Early December 2017: Inside Out brings large-scale replicas of favorite works from the Museumâ€™s collection to neighborhoods in and around Philadelphia. Head outdoors and experience beautiful images by artists like Vincent van Gogh, Georgia Oâ€™Keeffe, and Andy Warhol right in your community. Picnic in the park alongside Monetâ€™s waterlilies, visit Brancusiâ€™s Kiss on a romantic stroll, or get transported to Paris during brunch on Main Street.
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Corals are especially abundant in the Wenlock Limestone.

## SAQ 12

Isabel, the Spanish theatre director of the group Expresiones, decides to take some time off to see the sights of Santiago.

Listen to the audio clip below to hear what the guide says about three
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Leerlingen lezen een informatief tekstje over Koningsdag en beantwoorden er dan enkele vragen over.

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News #253 - Your Secret JapanesePod101 Deal to Mark the End of The Countdown
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Symbolising New Zealand: Session 1 Response
Dr Ed Hanfling, Media Arts, Waikato Institute of Technology. The Centre for Research on National Identity - Symbolising New Zealand conference. Held September 10, 2010.
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