Tasting menu: Highlights from the June 25th 2016 edition, in audio
This week: Pakistan's army fires up the country's film industry, the compass deers use to dodge death and why even poets hate poetry
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Section 2

The law of conservation of charge applies locally at each point and time, so any variation of the total charge within a closed surface must be due to charges that flow across the surface of the region. This principle leads to the equation of continuity:

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IDS350 Session #03 Fall 2014
Gardens of California with Jerrold Turney Topic: "Integrated Pest Management (IPM)" www.youtube.com/csuDHTV [Please Subscribe]
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Windmill Gallery
This collection of still images features a variety of windmills and turbines.
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Equation of a Circle
A circle can't be represented by a function, as proved by the vertical line test. This video explains how we can obtain an equation that describes the full circle by using the distance formula between the given center coordinates and any point along the circumference of the circle. Once we have derived this equation of a circle, we can apply it to any other circle you may come across in a coordinate plane. (2:33)
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So far we have been concerned only with the specification of a logical schema. We now need our database to be created according to the definitions we have produced. For an implementation with a relational DBMS, this will involve the use of SQL to create tables and constraints that satisfy the logical schema description and the choice of appropriate storage schema (if the DBMS permits that level of control).

One way to achieve this is to write the appropriate SQL DDL statements into a f
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There are many websites where you will find useful information for education. With all information on the internet you need to make a judgement on the reliability of the information.

UCAS (Universities and Colleges Admissions Service for the UK)Site contents include course information,
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Bloke's Turf - Female journlists in Australian sport
Speakers Jill Scanlon: Why won't media companies take a risk on women's sport? Blues fan (AFL) and sports lover. Development through sports advocate;producer, journalist and news follower. Insanely have returned to p/t study- a Masters of International & Community Development. Formerly with ABCInternational / Radio Australia in Melbourne. Heather Jarvis: Less coverge, fewer opportunites. The relationshipbetween female participation and media coverage of women in sport. Heather Jarvis is a lec
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A potential barrier to understanding, which those new to law can find off-putting, is the use of specialist terminology. This contributes to the perception of law as an elitist and difficult area of study and is something that requires further explanation. Many professions (and social groups) develop their own forms of language to communicate effectively and, in some cases, to signify group membership. In this sense legal language is not unique, but is does have a formal character which can s
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Comparing Fractions
Comparing Fractions. Part of the series: Math Fractions &amp; Equations. When comparing fractions, the most important thing to do is to find a common denominator. Multiply denominators to find a common denominator with help from a math author and teacher in this free...
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Chemical Safety Data Sheets - ICSC App for iOS
'This application displays International Chemical Safety Cards [ICSC] produced by the United Nations Environment Programme (UNEP), the International Labour Office (ILO), and the World Health Organization (WHO). ICSCs summarize essential health and safety information on chemicals for their use at the "shop floor" level by workers and employers in factories, agriculture, construction and other work places.An ICSC is very similar to an Material Safety Data Sheet [MSDS], a standard reference do
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Open education
There are many different 'flavours' or interpretations of what openness means in education. This free course, Open education, is an example of a massive open online course (MOOC) and spans seven weeks. Like all the free materials on OpenLearn, this course is open to the wider world but, uniquely, it also forms part of the module for students who are studying the Open University course H817, 'Openness and innovation in elearning'.Author(s): Creator not set

In presenting the results of your use of IT, you may need to integrate information of different types and formats. For example, in a report you may want to bring together text, numerical and symbolic data, equations and formulas, tables and graphs, charts or other images.

Check that your intended approach follows accepted conventions, and find out what guidelines or advice are available to you. If you are bringing information together in a single document or presentation, ensure that fo
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The UK's Royal Commission on Environmental Pollution produced (RCEP) its 22nd report Energy: the Changing Climate in June 2000. The Commission examined what changes would be needed in Britain's energy systems if, as suggested by the various reports of the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC, 2001), it should prove necessary to reduce the country's emissions of greenhouse gases by about 60 per cent by 2050.

The Commission investigated the various possibilities very tho
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MÃºsica y EducaciÃ³n Musical (2015)
Esta asignatura contribuye al logro de competencias y proporciona contenidos de formaciÃ³n en torno a las disciplinas MÃºsica y DidÃ¡ctica de la ExpresiÃ³n Musical. Junto a temas de interÃ©s relacionados con el hecho musical en su faceta cultural, social y educativa, se desarrollan contenidos y destrezas referidos a lenguaje musical, expresiÃ³n vocal y canto, movimiento y danza, expresiÃ³n instrumental y audiciÃ³n musical. La EducaciÃ³n Musical es de suma importancia pues favorece el desarrollo
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Grateful acknowledgement is made to the following sources for permission to reproduce materia
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Good Presentations: Gestures
Good Presentations: Gestures. Part of the series: Physical Delivery for Good Presentations. In good presentations, avoid gestures that are fidgety and unnecessary as they distract the audience. Use appropriate gestures for good presentations with tips from a teacher. (02:23) Keep your gestures between your waist and your chin.
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In Sections 3.1 and 3.2 you are going to find out a little more about one of the key components of a computer: the processor, which manipulates data according to a list of instructions called a program.

Here is a mini-quiz which explores some facts about processors.

### Question 1

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This amounts to asking, when was it written and for what audience. Academic texts are written to make a contribution to the debates going on within the field. To understand where an author is coming from and why arguments are being presented in a particular way, you need to be able to place the text in context. Layard's article was published in 2003 in the UK, and was drawn from a prestigious series of public lectures. So the context is a major statement by a prominent academic
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