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You can use the fact that the sum of angles at a point is 360Â° to draw a pie chart.

## Example 4

Over a five-year period a mathematics tutor found that 16 of her students gained distinctions, 32 gained pass grades and 12 failed to complete the course. Draw a pie chart to re
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SAT Essay Section
This video goes over the SAT Essay section.Â  It tells about how much time you get on that section of the test, how the essays are scored, and how to plan for an SAT essay.Â  It mentions what's important, the formula for a good essay, Â the timeline for writing an essay, and do's and don'ts.Â  This is not the full video, but the beginning does provide quite a bit of useful information.
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Stop 8: Peter Voulkos
INNOVATION AND CHANGE: Great Ceramics from the Ceramics Research Center This exhibition highlights 75 masterworks by many of the leading international ceramic artists of our day, offering a...

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If you have less than one unit you should put a zero before the decimal point to make it easier for yourself and others to read the value (e.g. you should write 0.4 rather than just .4, as will be explained later in this course). However, how many zeros should you put after the last whole number in the series? For instance, is 0.4 the same as 0.40?

The short answer is that on one level, it is. However, by writing 0.40 we are saying that there are four tenths and zero hundredths,
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Infections: Fighting Back - Part 2
Sexually transmitted diseases such as chlamydia and AIDS - and new diseases like severe acute respiratory syndrome (SARS) - are a continuing danger to everyone. Some are effectively controlled with the help of modern technology. Other emerging and re-emerging infectious diseases are appearing in forms that are resistant to drug treatments. Norman Beauchamp, M.D., M.H.S., professor and chair, radiology department, University of Washington Medicine Terry Mengert, M.D., professor, UW School of Me
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Leonardo da Vinci (Sung to tune of "Dear Prudence" as performed by Siouxsie and the Banshees)
This is a good video to introduce older students to the life of Leonard da Vinci. Sung to the tune of "Dear Prudence", students will learn that Da Vinci could write backwards and was a vegetarian. This is a great resource to help build background knowledge and to help make real world connections between Art History and the classroom. (3:26)
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One of the key tasks of social marketers is to develop effective messages which provide individuals and organisations with the information required to achieve behavioural change. Communication represents the â€˜transmission of information, ideas, attitudes, or emotion from one person or group to anotherâ€™ (Fill, 2002, p. 31). There are many models and frameworks available to help with communications planning. First, an understanding of how communication works is illustrated in Author(s): The Open University

"The Modern Human Rights Movement in Mexico"
A talk by Mariclaire Acosta. Acosta is affiliated with the Organization of American States, co-founder of the Academia Mexicana de Derechos Humanos; founder, Comision Mexicana para la Promocion y Defensa de los Derechos Humanos, and former director of Human Rights in the Secretaria de Relaciones Exteriores. From the Human Rights in Mexico S
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High carbon steel
Treated at 1000 centigrade for 15 minutes and then isothermally treated at 250 centigrade for 25 days, end of bainite transformation. This micrograph shows laths of bainitic-ferrite and the austenite thin films trapped between them (dark phase). Reference: Proceedings of International Conference on Martensitic Transformations (ICOMAT '02), Helsinki, Finland, 2002.
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LSE Festival 2018 | The Evolution of Altruism [Audio]
Speaker(s): Dr Jonathan Birch, Heikki HelanterÃ¤, Hannah Rubin | If evolution is a 'struggle for existence', why do we witness so much altruism in nature? From bacteria to baboons, the natural world is full of spectacular examples of organisms cooperating with one another. In the early 1960s, WD Hamilton changed the way we think about how such behaviour evolves, and his pioneering work kick-started a research programme now known as 'social evolution theory'. The Forum brings together a panel of
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Project management: the start of the project journey
This free course, Project management: The start of the project journey, introduces projects, what they are, how they come about, responses to problems and planning. It explores the role of key players including the project manager, feasibility studies, decision making and project life cycles. First published
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The New Minority: white working class politics in an era of immigration and inequality [Audio]
Speaker(s): Dr Justin Gest | This talk will reveal key findings from the first rigorous study of the social and political trends underpinning Brexit and the Trump phenomenon in the United States. Justin Gest is Assistant Professor of Public Policy at George Mason University, and co-founder of the LSE Migration Studies Unit. Margaret Hodge (@margarethodge) is Labour MP for Barking and an alumna of the London School of Economics and Political Science. She has served as Minister for Children, Mini
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The Myth of Millionaire Tax Flight: how place still matters for the rich [Audio]
Speaker(s): Dr Cristobal Young, Ed Miliband MP, Dr Andrew Summers | If taxes rise, will they leave? In his new book, Cristobal Young publishes the findings from the first-ever large-scale study of migration of the world's richest individuals, drawing on special access to over 45mil US tax returns, together with Forbes rich lists. He shows that contrary to popular opinion, although the rich have the resources and capacity to flee high-tax places, their actual migration is surprisingly limited. Pl
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St George'Â€Â™s Hall, St George'Â€Â™s Plateau, Liverpool, 1854-Â€Â“55. Attributed to Thomas Sutton (1819-Â€Â“75), salted paper print. Cabs stand outside the newly built neoclassical St George'Â€Â™s Hall, designed by Harvey Lonsdale Elmes and completed by Charles Robert Cockerell. The building, combining a public hall and law courts, was erected between 1841 and 1856. T
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Literature can be used to teach children how to read by involving them in activities that establish positive attitudes towards reading. Discover how literature can help to free a child's imagination so that they can make their own interpretation with help from an English specialist and president of a theater group in this video on reading.

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â€˜Researchâ€™ may sound rather a grand word for what you feel you do at this point of preparation for your assignment. Don't worry: essentially all it involves is finding out more about the topic in hand.

Let's use a dictionary as an example. In looking up a word, you are effectively â€˜researchingâ€™ it. We tried looking up the word â€˜researchâ€™ in a couple of standard dictionaries, not so much to find out what the word means, but to see if a definition might provide a useful slant
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To understand the work, you need a good idea of what each use case means. To get a feel for what this might entail, look again at Figure 3 (reproduced below) which shows a simple use case model for a hotel chain reservation system. Note that Figure 3 is not intended to be an exhaustive model of the hotel domain; the scope of the problem to be solved is confined to reservations and the processes of checking in and out.

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Dimensions of the Global Food Crisis: Session 1 (audio)
Claire Mahon presents "The right to food: putting food security in context" for Jean Ziegler, Project on Economic, Social and Cultural Rights, Geneva Academy of International Humanitarian Law and Human Rights, (Geneva). 44th Otago Foreign Policy School - Salmond Hall, Dunedin, New Zealand. Friday 26 June to Sunday 28 June 2009.
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Crop Yield and Adaptation under climate change: implications of warming
First presentation of Session 3 (Agriculture, Food and Water Security 2) of the 4 Degrees International Climate Conference.
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