Preview of MSU 360.24 Documentary: A Day in the Lives of Spartans
On November 6, 2013, hundreds of Michigan State University Spartans around the world captured their world in videos and photos. For 24 hours, they recorded ordinary and extraordinary moments. Together, these moments tell the story of a single day in the lives of Spartans. Original music: The Bard Owls -- "No Tracks." View the full 360.24 documentary at http://msu.edu/24.
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Israel PM Netanyahu lands in Washington
Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu arrives in Washington ahead of controversial Iran speech to Congress. Rough Cut (no reporter narration). Subscribe: http://smarturl.it/reuterssubscribe More updates and breaking news: http://smarturl.it/BreakingNews Reuters tells the world's stories like no one else. As the largest international multimedia news provider, Reuters provides coverage around the globe and across topics including business, financial, national, and international news. For ove
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Money talks: The economics of gun violence
Finance editor Edward McBride is joined by free exchange columnist Ryan Avent to discuss the economics of gun violence and gun control in the wake of the Orlando shootings. And, Asia economics editor Simon Rabinovitch lifts the lid on the mysterious shadow banks of Wenzhou.
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Developers and DevOps | Visual Studio Toolbox

This is the sixth in a series of shows featuring speakers from the VSLive conference, which was held in Redmond in August. In this episode, Robert is joined by Brian Randell for a discussion on DevOps and what it means for developers. Brian provides insight into the benefits of adopting DevOps, as well as some best practices.

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The Business and Practice of Journalism Seminar Series - ‘Reporting Africa: New storytellers, new
Melanie Bunce, senior lecturer in Journalism, City University, co-editor of Africa's Media Image in the 21st Century gives a talk for the Reuters Institute for the Study of Journalism. Introduction by Richard Sambrook.
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1.3.2 Health care personnel in Thailand: activities

Activity 3.1: Health care personnel in Thailand: calculating percentages

Would it be helpful, in considering possible changes in the way health care personnel are divided into the five categories listed, to recalculate
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Innovative Rail Technologies Cross-Town Rail Line: Final Report
Northern Center City, home to many cultural attractions and educational institutions, has also become a growing IT center. With increasing numbers of residents, students, commuters, workers, and tourists in the area, there is an obvious need for additional mass transportation. Through an extensive revitalization project, Innovative Rail Technologies (IRT) proposed to reconstruct portions of an abandoned Reading Railroad line, which provided much of the industrial and passenger transit into and o
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Evaluation of 'Business Enterprise' Module
This report outlines a process of evaluation for a business enterprise module. This exploratory research investigates the impact of 'contextual' based evaluation of enterprise education curricula
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#335: Go with the gut: Our symbiotic relationship with our intestinal bacteria

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Profile of Kenneth Feinberg '67, a 2013 UMass Amherst Salute to Service Honoree
Kenneth Feinberg '67 was one of three alumni honored for professional and community service during the UMass Amherst Salute to Service on November 20, 2013. Video produced by Laura Molta '95 of Molta Media.
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Smartphone Use May Reduce Your Physical Activity and Fitness
Today's smartphones allow for increased opportunities for activities traditionally defined as sedentary behaviors, such as surfing the internet, emailing and playing video games. However, researchers Jacob Barkley and Andrew Lepp, faculty members in the College of Education, Health and Human Services at Kent State University, linked high cell phone use to poor fitness in college students.
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SCBWI: Master Class - Creating the Picture Book, with Tomie dePaola
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Best Practices In Dependency: Planned, Purposeful and Progressive Visits Part 1
Rose Wentz, Consultant for the National Resource Center for Family Centered Practice and Permanency Planning, discusses how to have safe and successful visits. Rose covers the definition of visits per federal law and best practice standards as well as the connections a child needs while in care. With audience interaction she reviews a four-step decision making process for developing a visit plan to meet a child's needs and enable parents to improve parenting skills. She also looks at how to deve
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Judging: a common or civil law legal system? [Audio]
Speaker(s): Vassilios Skouris | Based on his experience as Judge in the Court of the European Union, Vassilios Skouris will explore the differences between how judgements are made in the common law and civil law legal systems. The common law legal system allows judges to give personal opinion on a case. Alternatively, in civil law legal systems, such as those in continental Europe, judgments normally take the form of a “collective contribution”, meaning, a group of judges involved in the spe
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In this interactive series of four videos, Professor Andrew Nevins (UCL Psychology & Language Sciences) explains how almost every song lyric can be misunderstood. This video examines Jimi Hendrix's 'Purple Haze'. There are three examples following this video that you can click on: Hall & Oates - 'Everytime You Go Away': http://youtu.be/abWW0BzCg10 'The Star-Spangled Banner': http://youtu.be/uNBKsLUo7_0 Intro video: http://youtu.be/dBnhkwRmYuQ While slips of the tongue are well-known, slips of t
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The East India Company at Home, 1757--1857 is a three-year (2011--2014) research project based in the Department of History at University College London and funded by the Leverhulme Trust. The project examines the British country house in an imperial and global context. 27 July--3 November, 2013: The Trappings of Trade is a new display at Osterley exploring how the East India Company shaped Osterley and the country houses of Britain in the 18th century. Robert Adam may have remodelled the house
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Can you guess who won a music competition? (psychology experiment)
You have three options on which to guess the winner of a classical music competition: audio only, silent video or video with sound. Can you guess who won a music competition based on short clips? About UCL: UCL is consistently ranked as one of the world's top universities. Across all disciplines our faculties are known for their research-intensive approaches, academic excellence and engagement with global challenges. This is the basis of our world-renowned degree programmes. Visit us at http://
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Oldest Egyptian iron artefacts made from meteorites
Researchers have shown that ancient Egyptian iron beads held at the UCL Petrie Museum were hammered from pieces of meteorites, rather than iron ore. The objects, which trace their origins to outer space, also predate the emergence of iron smelting by two millennia. Further info: http://www.ucl.ac.uk/news/news-articles/0813/20082013-iron-artefacts Press coverage: http://www.telegraph.co.uk/science/science-news/10252529/Ancient-Egyptians-made-jewellery-from-meteorites.html http://www.culture24.o
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4.2 Fractions

Instead of putting the two left over biscuits back in the tin, you might instead decide to break them into halves and then give one of the resulting four halves to each person so that everyone receives a total of one and a half biscuits. In this case, the answer has to be expressed as a fraction or the equivalent decimal number:

  • 6 ÷ 4 = 1½
  • 6 ÷ 4 = 1.5

A fraction is really just another way of expressing a division because ½ means
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