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Mathematics : Advanced Statistics - Unit 4
This pod was created for Saylor.org course K12MATH: Advanced Statistics
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Il va de soi aujourd’hui que Montaigne est notre ami. Il nous captive, nous émeut, nous persuade. Mais Montaigne nous trompe. Il nous conduit par le bout du nez. Nous devons donc faire un effort vigoureux pour échapper à son charme et saisir ce qu’il a vraiment voulu dire.

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3.5.1 Gestural communication

DA describes gestural communication as 'extremely eloquent' [p. 271] and such behaviour is well established in other mammals beside primates, for example cats and dogs. To attain this eloquence, gestural communication requires good visual acuity. In fact, gestures often rely on colour perception to enable individuals observing the gesture to respond accurately. For example, DA describes how De Brazza's guenons draw attention to their white-bearded dewlaps by shaking their heads when signallin
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502 GG. Straw Man. Wicked.
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1.8.2 Interpretation of a geological exposure

We now want to make use of the observations obtained by sketching the exposure, and it is useful to start by briefly summarising the features seen. First of all, you probably noticed the large boulder in the foreground of Figure 16 (which has been attached below for ease of access). Where did this boul
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1.7.1 Carboniferous mires

During the late Carboniferous, mires developed over vast areas of the UK. Much of today's land area was an extensive, low-lying plain bordering a sea to the south (a sea that was soon to be the site of a mountain-building episode). Any mountains that existed lay hundreds of kilometres to the north. Large river systems meandered southwards across these plains.

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1.4 Stellar masses and stellar evolution

Measured masses range from about 0.08M to about 50M, a large range, with the Sun again showing up as an average sort of star. At the upper end we have some true monsters, but even at the lower end we have bodies that are still far more massive than the planets.

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1 Geothermal energy

Although energy from the Earth's interior that flows though the surface is on average very low — about a thousand times less than the solar energy that falls on the surface — it is sufficiently abundant worldwide to make it locally worth exploiting. The top 3 km of the Earth's crust stores an estimated 4.3 × 107 EJ of thermal energy by virtue of the temperature of rocks and their thermal capacity. Because global consumption of energy during 2002 was 451 EJ heat stored within t
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7.1 Introduction

So far we have presented two pieces of evidence pointing to the occurrence of a big bang: the redshift of the galaxies (indicating the continuing expansion of the Universe), and the 3 K radiation (the remnant of the primordial radiation). But there is a third imprint such a big bang ought to have left on our present-day world. We cannot at this juncture trace out the full sequence of events following the instant of the big bang (that can only be done after we have worked through the next two
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3.2.1 Try some yourself

Activity 37

Chelsea Barracks AA60_01116

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Chelsea Barracks, Chelsea Bridge Road, London. The barracks of 1861-63 from the south, photographed by Herbert Felton in 1960. These buildings were demolished circa 1960-61, shortly after this photograph was taken.
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