E Simultaneous equations
You're about to start a course in science and technology and you're wondering whether your level of maths is going to be enough to get you through. This unit will show you how to reflect on what you know, identify which skills you might need for your course, and help you to learn those skills using worked examples and activities.
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D Solving simple equations with one unknown
You're about to start a course in science and technology and you're wondering whether your level of maths is going to be enough to get you through. This unit will show you how to reflect on what you know, identify which skills you might need for your course, and help you to learn those skills using worked examples and activities.
Author(s): The Open University

C Changing the subject of an equation
You're about to start a course in science and technology and you're wondering whether your level of maths is going to be enough to get you through. This unit will show you how to reflect on what you know, identify which skills you might need for your course, and help you to learn those skills using worked examples and activities.
Author(s): The Open University

B Simplifying algebraic expressions
You're about to start a course in science and technology and you're wondering whether your level of maths is going to be enough to get you through. This unit will show you how to reflect on what you know, identify which skills you might need for your course, and help you to learn those skills using worked examples and activities.
Author(s): The Open University

A Why use algebra?
You're about to start a course in science and technology and you're wondering whether your level of maths is going to be enough to get you through. This unit will show you how to reflect on what you know, identify which skills you might need for your course, and help you to learn those skills using worked examples and activities.
Author(s): The Open University

Solving equations using algebraic techniques
You're about to start a course in science and technology and you're wondering whether your level of maths is going to be enough to get you through. This unit will show you how to reflect on what you know, identify which skills you might need for your course, and help you to learn those skills using worked examples and activities.
Author(s): The Open University

3 Indices
You're about to start a course in science and technology and you're wondering whether your level of maths is going to be enough to get you through. This unit will show you how to reflect on what you know, identify which skills you might need for your course, and help you to learn those skills using worked examples and activities.
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2 Reflection on mathematics
You're about to start a course in science and technology and you're wondering whether your level of maths is going to be enough to get you through. This unit will show you how to reflect on what you know, identify which skills you might need for your course, and help you to learn those skills using worked examples and activities.
Author(s): The Open University

1 Preamble
You're about to start a course in science and technology and you're wondering whether your level of maths is going to be enough to get you through. This unit will show you how to reflect on what you know, identify which skills you might need for your course, and help you to learn those skills using worked examples and activities.
Author(s): The Open University

Introduction
You're about to start a course in science and technology and you're wondering whether your level of maths is going to be enough to get you through. This unit will show you how to reflect on what you know, identify which skills you might need for your course, and help you to learn those skills using worked examples and activities.
Author(s): The Open University

This unit gives you an idea of what it is like to study philosophy, introducing you to the teaching methods employed by the Open University in teaching philosophy. If you are considering studying philosophy, we recommend you start here. Although the unit is mainly for people who are new to philosophy, you may find it helpful even if you already have some experience of the subject.

The following material has been written by Maria Kasmirli with quotations from Dr Nigel Warburton.

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This unit introduces common techniques underlying free verse and traditional forms of poetry, and how it is necessary to use these techniques in order to harness what T.S. Eliot called the ‘logic of the imaginationâ€™ (Eliot, 1975, p. 77). We discuss the possibility of using your own experience, but also the power of imagination, and of utilising different personae in your poems. You are also introduced to the basic terminology and practical elements of poetry â€“ the line, line-breaks
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This unit includes reading and writing activities that are geared to developing the use of memory, observation and the senses. The aim is to develop your perceptual abilities, honing your capacity to see detail in the world. You will be encouraged to start seeing the familiar in a new way and to make good use of your own personal history.

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America's Leadership in Clean Energy
In welcoming President Obama, MIT President
Susan Hockfield summarizes the vast array of energy innovation at MIT, including the MIT Energy Initiative and the student-led 1700 member Energy Club, and declares, "We share President Obama's view that clean energy is the defining challenge of this era."

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4.2 GM Nation? The public debate
The genetic manipulation of plants and animals and their use in agriculture is one of the most controversial scientific developments of recent times. This unt takes a look at the 'science behind the headlines' and the complex interactions between scientific and social factors. By the end of the unit it's hoped that you will have a clearer idea of both what is GM makes possible as well as what may be thought desirable.
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Introduction
The genetic manipulation of plants and animals and their use in agriculture is one of the most controversial scientific developments of recent times. This unt takes a look at the 'science behind the headlines' and the complex interactions between scientific and social factors. By the end of the unit it's hoped that you will have a clearer idea of both what is GM makes possible as well as what may be thought desirable.
Author(s): The Open University

Deafness: Emerging Strategies for a Cure
science, technology, medicine, otolaryngology, embryonic stem cells, senses, deaf, silence, ears, cochlear implants, hearing aid, loss, drugs, aging, heredity, sensory hair cell, neurons, growth factors, ethics, United States of America, USA
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15. Controlled Environmental Life Support (March 4, 2008)
Science, Astrobiology, Astronomy, Cosmology, Chemistry, Engineering, Physics, Physiology, NASA, technology, Earth, planet, space, universe, solar system, human, astronaut, Skylab, gravity, shuttle, spacecraft, water, air, carbon dioxide, oxygen, fuel cell
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13. NASA's Planetary Policy: History and Implementation (February 21, 2008)
Science, Astrobiology, Astrology, Cosmology, Chemistry, Engineering, Physics, Molecular Biology, Earth, sun, Mars, planetary protection policy, space, solar system, universe, galaxy, evolution, life, eukaryote, prokaryote, organism, cell, chlorophyll, hyd
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4. From Non-Living to Living Matter (January 17, 2008)
Science, Astrobiology, Biology, Chemistry, chemical evolution, life, research, cell, Darwin, fossils, organic matter, molecule, biopolymer, polymer, monomer, nucleic acid, proteins, phylogeny, membrane, DNA, RNA, bilayers, hydrolysis, linear information s
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