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4.1 Functions

A function is a process that, when given an input of a specified type, yields a unique output. This is a key idea in providing a precise, mathematical, description of processes in computing.

To describe a particular function, we first give the set from which the input will be drawn and the set from which the output is drawn. This information is called the signature of the function. An example will make this clearer. Author(s): The Open University

Facts of Congress - The First Amendment
This provides a brief explanation of the origin of the First Amendment and its meaning. Appropriate for use in classroom, middle school students and above. (01:03)
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Introduction

Nature Matters considers environmental responsibility and what may matter from a caring perspective and an accountability perspective. A reading by Andrew Light reflects on four key debates in environmental ethics regarding the way in which nature is valued, and prompts the question on how such debates might inform environmental responsibility.

Section 2 examines the formal processes involved in developing accountability in the context of sustainable development. The persuasiveness of t
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2.6 Comparing measurements

In order to compare quantities, it is best to express them in the same units.

Example 10

Three children have just measured their own heights in metric units. Isaac says ‘My height is 1098’, Jasmine says ‘My height is 112’ and Kim says ‘Mine is 1.1’. What units were
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Introduction

In very broad terms, ‘culture’ refers to the prevailing norms and values which guide the way people behave in a society or in an organisation. Culture at the level of an organisation is referred to as organisational culture, and culture at the level of a society is referred to as national culture.

Organisational culture refers to an organisation's own values, beliefs and learned ways of doing business. This is reflected in its structure and in the people who work in the organisation
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3.3 ‘Intentionality’

Is the work of art a free-standing artefact to be interpreted entirely on its own terms, extracted from its historical context, as Bal does it? Or can the artist and the artwork be brought back together again without committing the intentional fallacy?

Joseph Margolis makes several important points about the relationship of an artwork to its maker which has significant implications for the limits and possibilities of interpretation of works of art. Margolis puts it thus:

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Femmes et droit en Islam - Sana Ben Achour (video)

Le propos est de montrer comment, aujourd’hui, dans les pays de culture musulmane, notamment dans les pays du Maghreb, se réarticule, se construit et se noue autour de la réforme du statut personnel ou de la famille, un système de normativité où droit et religion, tradition et modernité, droits universels et spécificités culturelles et identitaires, sont en «équilibre transactionnel » (pour reprendre une formule chère à Jacques Berque). Il est donc important de retracer la gen
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The PROMPT checklist

In the table below is a checklist to help you apply the PROMPT criteria, adapted from the Open University Safari. You can use this to help you evaluate a website.

PROMPTSite 1Site 2Site 3
Presentation
Is the information clearly c
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How to Grow a Sweet Potato Plant
In this clip learn how to grow a sweet potato plant, also known as ipomoea.  A gardener gives historical information about the sweet potato and explains how to plant it in a lush, warm climate while providing plenty of moisture to keep the soil damp. A growing tip is to avoid cold weather exposure when growing sweet potato vines.

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Greetings for Special Occasions- Beginner Spanish
This is a video introducing polite and friendly phrases in Spanish that can be used to greet others on special occasions such as Christmas and Easter. The phrases are shown both in English and in Spanish and the Spanish pronunciation is repeated several times.
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Moodle for the middle school.
Middle school teacher Molly Tipton uses Moodle in her 8th grade social studies class.  6:48
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Charte graphique et mise en page (Module 2.4) (Vidéo)

MOOC “Création, publication et partage sur Internet” : cours en ligne délivré du 5 mai 2014 au 13 juillet 2014 sur la plateforme FUN-MOOC.

Semaine 2 : Structurer et mettre en forme un document : efficacité, cohérence et stabilité
Séquence 4 : Charte graphique et mise en page


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    Polydron: Pyramids Set
    Learn how to creatively use the Polydron® Pyramids Set to make geometric models. This video provides tips for teachers, tutors, and parents of home-schooleded children. (10:38)
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    3.3 Examples of rights

    Many things have been claimed as rights, as can be seen in the text of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights in Table 1. One set of rights is citizenship rights. Primarily concerned with basic constitutional issues, these rights should, in Dworkin's phrase, ‘trump’ other considerations such
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    DeSmet - Musso
    Jesuit Virtual Learning Academy

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    1.1.5 Late-onset single-gene disorders

    An individual might know that a late-onset disease such as Huntington's disease (HD) is present in their immediate family and that they might have inherited the disease gene(s). The problems of genetic testing for HD revolve around the fact that it is pre-symptomatic.

    One dilemma is the long delay between testing positive and developing the clinical symptoms of the disorder in middle age. Is it better not to know and live in hope, or as one victim cried ‘get it over, I'm so tir
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    Domestic Animals
    In this video they discuss what domestic animals are and gives some examples of domestic animals.  Some domestic animals they show are cats, dogs, horses, cows, and pigs.
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    Confederate vs. Union Soldiers
    Where the soldiers came from, a third were immigrants to the country, and the differences between the two in terms of what they were fighting for and how they lived. Good insights that bring a human touch to understanding the Civil War. 2:38
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    How J.D. Power III Transformed the Auto Industry
    In 1968, J.D. Power III took the radical step of soliciting customer feedback about cars through consumer surveys. In a recent interview, Power discussed the company's origins with Wharton's John Paul MacDuffie.
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    複数の画像をHDR Proに統合
    このビデオではHDR Proに統合ダイアログボックスの使い方をご紹介します。HDR Proに統合ダイアログボックスを用いて、3枚のRaw画像からハイダイナミックレンジ、あるいはフォトリアリスティック、シュールレアリスティックな1枚の画像を作り上げます。
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