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How To Find Greatest Common Factor (GCF)
This video lesson shows how to find the greatest common factor (GCF) using factor trees. (02:25)
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21G.052 French Film Classics (MIT)
This course covers the history and aesthetics of French cinema from the advent of sound to present-day. It treats films in the context of technical processes, the art of narration, directorial style, role of the scriptwriter, the development of schools and movements, the impact of political events and ideologies, and the relation between French and other national cinemas. Taught in English, the films are screened with English subtitles. Students may complete written assignments in French.
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7.4.2 Assumptions within models

  • recognise that theoretical models carry in-built assumptions that limit the contexts to which the theoretical models can be applied;

  • recognise that the application of theoretical models to a particular context often involves approximations concerning the phenomenon under study.


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Mammoth Cave National Park in Kentucky
With over 365 known miles of cave passageways, Mammoth Cave is the world's longest cave. Besides its spectacular size, Mammoth Cave has an almost surreal beauty. Remarkable stories of human history, 350 million-year-old rocks and its fascinating animals adapted to life in the dark make Mammoth Cave a place you must visit. (01:09)
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4.4 Structure and stages

Piaget's developmental processes can be described in the context of infant behaviour to show how they explain behaviour becoming more adapted, in a step-by-step way. First, the infant develops the ability to combine different schemas in order to achieve new ends. Then, the child represents schemas ‘internally’; they become representations of actions (‘operations’). Finally, by the age of 2 years, the child becomes capable of combining representations into sets of actions. He saw one o
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Three-dimensional Input and Visualization
The aim of this chapter is to investigate techniques by which man-computer interaction could be improved, specifically in the context of architectural applications of CAD. In this application the object being designed is often an assembly of defined components. Even if the building is not actually fabricated from such components, it is usually conceptualized in these terms. In a conventional graphics- based CAD system these components are usually represented by graphical icons which are displaye
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Transforming Engineering Design with AutoCAD 360 and Windows 8.1

Interested in seeing how line of business (LOB) apps built on Microsoft technologies are transforming commercial industries (e.g. retail, hospitality, financial services, healthcare, manufacturing) and public sectors (e.g. education, public safety)?  Check out this multi-part LaunchPad series on Channel 9 where we showcase critical LOB apps built on Windows 8.1, Office 365, Microsoft Azure and oth
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1.1 Introduction

One of the most impressive but puzzling capacities we have is the ability to represent the world around us, both in talking about it among ourselves and in thinking about it as individuals. When someone utters the sentence, ‘The German economy is bouncing back’, for example, they are able to convey to their audience something about the German economy. Their utterance may be correct or it may be incorrect, but either way it is making a claim about how things are, and in this loose but intu
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The Role of Austrian Economics in the Liberty Movement
The opening lecture of the 2014 Mises University. Recorded at the Mises Institute in Auburn, Alabama, on 20 July 2014.

SPCS Reflections: Class of 2014 (3 of 3)
Reflections on the SPCS experience in the words of graduating members of the class of 2014. ©2014, University of Richmond. Third of three video reflections shown during SPCS Night on May 7, 2014.
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References

References and further reading
Bodmer, W. (1985) The Public Understanding of Science, London, Royal Society.
Bown, W. (2005) Time to disengage. Editorial. Research Fortnight, 14 September 2005.
Council for Science and Technology (2005) Policy through dialogue: informing policies based on science and technology
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Franklin Roosevelt -Days in the White House
This is a film documentary about Franklin Delano Roosevelt from the 2008 WMHT documentary 'Presidents in Our Backyard' focuses on his days in the White House. Interesting images from the film: the only three known photographs of Roosevelt in a wheelchair.
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Prendre, apprendre, comprendre
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Met behulp van dit werkblad leren de leerlingen de werkwoorden prendre, apprendre en comprendre vervoegen en vertalen.

Dit werkblad hoort bij Unité 1 van Super Max 6, maar is perfect bruikbaar bij andere methodes.


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5.1 Introduction

If you have already worked through S182_1 Studying mammals: a winning design, you'll be aware (from Section 5) that animals break down their food for conversion into usable forms of energy; thus, breakdown of food is sometimes called (as in the commentary to the TV programme) the 'internal fire'. Fire is a useful analogy because within the body, food is oxidised. This process is comparable to burning, but it is much, much slower and takes place in living tissue. Chemical energy release
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The second Space symposium- learning spaces
This presentation discusses the various elements that deem enterprise education spaces as fit for purpose
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Getty heir found dead
The grandson of billionaire Getty Oil founder J. Paul Getty is found dead at his Los Angeles home. Paul Chapman reports. 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 over 160 years, Reuters has m
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A Simple Game for the Classroom Using Timelines
OIRT staff talk about a simple game instructors can create to use in their classes. Using games in the classroom can stimulate student engagement which in turn enhances learning outcomes. Learn more about The Office of Instructional & Research Technology at http://oirt.rutgers.edu
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Mourad Debbabi en entrevue avec Le Devoir
http://www.ledevoir.com/ Mourad Debbabi, professeur à la Faculté de génie et d’informatique Titulaire de la chaire de recherche Concordia en sécurité des systèmes
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Optellen en aftrekken met en zonder inwisselen : Cijferen
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Werkbladen cijferend optellen/aftrekken, met en zonder inwisselen.


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6.6 Reviewing the juggler through the understandascope

At the beginning of Part 3 I invited you to consider through the lens of the understandascope (Figure 19) an ideal model of a systems practitioner juggling the four balls of being, engaging, contextualising and managing. By introducing material based on the biology of cognition when
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