Normal Distribution Homework Link (Collaborative Statistics; R. Bloom custom version)
Contains link to homework or review problems for R. Bloom custom collection of Collaborative Statistics by S. Dean and B. Illowsky
Author(s): Roberta Bloom

"Nuclear Reactor Safety, Spring 2008"
" Problems in nuclear engineering often involve applying knowledge from many disciplines simultaneously in achieving satisfactory solutions. The course will focus on understanding the complete nuclear reactor system including the balance of plant, support systems and resulting interdependencies affecting the overall safety of the plant and regulatory oversight. Both the Seabrook and Pilgrim nuclear plant simulators will be used as part of the educational experience to provide as realistic as pos

Holocaust Survivor Testimony: Sarra Gleykh, part 2/2
When the war broke out Sarra Gleykh, who was born in 1908, returned to her home in the port of Mariupol in Ukraine. In October 1941 she and her family were taken, along with the other local Jews, to an agricultural station on the outskirts of the town of Agrobaz, where the Jews of Mariupol were then murdered. Sarra was shot and fell, wounded, into the death pit. A few hours later, when the murderers had left, she managed to crawl out of the pit. After two moths of wandering, she crossed the fr
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Zoom in to Florida: June 22, 1998
Zoom in to northern Florida as seen by SeaWiFS on June 22, 1998
Author(s): Gene Feldman,Jesse Allen

A decision is an individual act emanating from an EU institution and addressing particular individuals, firms or EU member states. It is a legal tool designed to allow the Community institutions to order that a measure be taken in an individual case. The decision therefore, unlike the regulation or directive, is of individual application, and is binding only upon the persons to whom it is addressed.

Function Concepts -- What is a Function?
This module provides the description of what a function is.
Author(s): Kenny Felder

Inheritance of Aldehyde Oxidase in Drosophila melanogaster
This exercise illustrates to introductory level students that Mendelian patterns of inheritance can be studied using biochemical assays as an indication of biochemical phenotypes. Students investigate the pattern of inheritance of aldehyde oxidase in different strains of Drosophila. Using this information, they study progeny from a mating between unknown parents, develop hypotheses about the parental genotypes, and investigate the results using chi-square test. In addition, students determine th
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The main sources of EU law are:

• EU primary legislation, represented by the treaties

• EU secondary legislation, in the form of regulations, directives, decisions, recommendations and opinions

• rulings on cases brought before the European Court of Justice.

EU law is created by the legislative powers with which the EU member states have invested the EU institutions. The law created by EU institutions is al
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The European treaties establishing the European Union:

• create an institutional structure for decision making, and

• set out the freedoms of the individuals and the limits of the decision-making powers over the citizens.

The treaty establishing a constitution for Europe was signed by the member states in October 2004. However, at the time of writing (2005), the process of ratification is in abeyance following the rejecti
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Paint and Color Quiz
Children will consolidate their knowledge of the paint and colour strand of the curriculum with a fun activity.
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Sensory Exam: Abnormal Examples: Pain - Upper Extremities
A sharp wooden stick is used to delineate the area of decreased sharp sensation. There is loss over the ulnar side of the right hand as well as the ulnar aspect of the forearm but the arm is normal. This loss is constant with a C8-T1 dermatome distribution. The first principle of neurologic diagnosis is regional or anatomical localization. In order to become skillful the student must understand how structure relates to function of the nervous system. The neurologic examination permits "dissectio
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Reconsidering the 1948 Arab-Israeli War
The lecture will look at various aspects, some of them innovative, of the 1948 War, the first between the Arabs and Israel. Benny Morris is professor of Middle East history at Ben-Gurion University, Israel, and is the author of several books on Israeli history, including The Birth of the Palestinian Refugee Problem Revisited.
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From Ridiculous to Brilliant: Why We Play at Work
The American workplace might be better off if it borrowed some concepts from a typical kindergarten classroom, including bins with toys, and unstructured time with friends. Two partners from IDEO, a global power in design and branding, discuss the importance of play in their creative process, and offer techniques that other organization
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How we came to be at MIT/MSRP Orientation
June 6, 2011 - The MIT Summer Research Program (http://web.mit.edu/msrp/) brings talented undergraduate interns to MIT's campus. In this 2011 orientation session, six current graduate students give advice and answer questions regarding MIT and graduate community, as well as academia in general and occupational work. Panelists: Zinzile Brooks, Obioma Ohia, Daniel Soltero, Maria Telleria, David Hill.
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There are different types of delegated legislation:

• Statutory Instruments

• byelaws

• Orders in Council

• Court Rule committees

• professional regulations.

Social work is a dynamic profession that is undergoing a period of significant change in Scotland. Social workers have the power to make assessments and decisions that radically alter people's lives. This unit introduces the law as it relates to social work and encourages an understanding of the context of the law in order to make sound decisions.
Author(s): The Open University

From these cases it seems that a duty of confidence clearly exists where confidential information comes to the knowledge of the media. However, the courts are not willing to limit the media's freedom of expression where the issues concern extramarital affairs. It appears that there must be some significant countervailing interest in order to uphold the right to confidence; in Naomi Campbell's case that countervailing interest was that she wished to protect the integrity of her medical treatme
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In Part B you learned more about the ECHR and the procedures of the ECtHR and how protocols have been used to ensure that the ECHR remains a living instrument. Part B also explored the new challenges created by the rapid expansion of HCPs at the end of the last century and the proposals for reform of the ECtHR.

In Part B you have learned that the EU arose from the need for post-war regeneration in the economic and social spheres.

The EU is a comparatively recent political and legal institution. It has developed and grown over the past six decades. This development and growth is marked by a series of intergovernmental treaties which bind the member states together in a close political and legal entity.

All the member states of the EU have declared a belief in certain fundamental values and aims. Those fundamental values include the securing of lasting peace, unity, equality, freedom, security, solidarity, democracy and the rule of law (Article 6 [1] TEU). Remember that the creation and growth of the EU, like the European Convention on Human Rights, was achieved through the efforts of individuals and states that experienced the horrors and economic aftermath of the Second World War. Since it
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