Alevel Stoke's law and bouyancy question 2010 Q17
Alevel physics question with some bouyancy and Stoke's law
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Classify 2-D Shapes (Interactive)
Identify the properties of two dimensional figures using appropriate terminology.
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Circles to Spheres (Interactive)
Describe relationships between two-dimensional and three-dimensional objects (squares/cubes, circles/spheres, triangles/cones). Name concrete objects and pictures of three-dimensional solids (cones, spheres and cubes).
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Classify Prisms (Interactive)
Classify prisms by base shape and lateral surface shape. Classify three-dimensional figures by their attributes. Classify three-dimensional solids by their configuration and properties. (e.g., parallelism, perpendicularity, and congruency)
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This video shows how to create, share, and use the data collected by Google Forms in an educational setting. This is a great tool that is easy to use, full of features, and best of all - Free! This is a great resource to help enhance technology use for teachers, students, and administrators. (9:06)
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Virtual Maths, Calculating the Volume of a Brick
How to calculate the volume of a brick, guide (pdf)
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Music and the Absolute [Audio]
Speaker(s): Nimrod Borenstein and Professor Adrian Moore | In the film Amadeus, Mozart remarks that â€˜his composition has the exact amount of notesâ€™, hinting at some kind of Absolute. For contemporary composer Nimrod Borenstein, there is only one solution: the right number of notes at the right place, as if his music had always existed. Are there philosophical arguments that support such claims? We bring together a composer, a pianist, a piano, and a philosopher to explore this question. With
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Dunk Tank: Area of Squares & Rectangles (Interactive Game)
Dunk Tank is a math-themed game show created by the producers of Cyberchase and starring Harry from Cyberchase For Real. Using a combination of video and interactive gaming, each program addresses a single topic in the 6th grade math curriculum and students compete with themselves for high scores. Dunk Tank is an independent learning experience for students to complete in 15-30 minutes, depending on their proficiency, and can also be used to support teacher-led instruction. In this interact
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Dunk Tank: Fractions, Decimals & Percents (Interactive Game)
Dunk Tank is a math-themed game show created by the producers of Cyberchase and starring Harry from Cyberchase For Real. Using a combination of video and interactive gaming, each program addresses a single topic in the 6th grade math curriculum and students compete with themselves for high scores. Dunk Tank is an independent learning experience for students to complete in 15-30 minutes, depending on their proficiency, and can also be used to support teacher-led instruction. In this interact
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Fling It! (Interactive)
In this trebuchet math interactive, students learn how to make predictions from data, collect and place it in a line graph, and then predict what will happen if the pattern is extended. Videos featuring real kids help contextualize the math.
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Effect on Surface Area and Volume as Dimensions Change (Interactive)
Explore the relationship between surface area, volume and dimensions of 3D forms. Advance through this step-by-step lesson by solving problems and answering questions.
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Science Bulletins: The Roots of Human Language
The landscape of human language is complex. Tracing the origins of the 7,000 known modern languages has been a significant challenge for scientists, but a novel new analysis by a researcher at the University of Auckland in New Zealand points to a familiar place: Africa, the birthplace of our species.
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The Power of Pentatonics - Funk/R&B Guitar
Learn more about Thaddeus Hogarth's online course, Funk/Rock and R&B Guitar Soloing, at: http://bit.ly/JAgSYc Thaddeus Hogarth is an Associate Professor at Berklee College of Music, and the author and instructor of Berkleemusic's online Funk/Rock and R&B Guitar Soloing course. A two-time winner of the Independent Music Award for R&B/Blues, he has been a prominent guitar player and singer-songwriter on the New England music scene since 1990, when he graduated from Berklee.
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PPEL: Philosophy, Politics, Economics, and Law
PPEL students discuss why they chose the major, their experience in the program and their plans after graduation.
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Northeastern Fight Song - Orientation Session 1
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Beyond National Security
Public Roundtable: Immigrant Communities and Economic, Social and Cultural Rights October 14, 2010
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Program at Texas Tech Offers Financial Help
The Red to Black program at Texas Tech is designed to help students become financially stable. It is a free service offered to students to help in money and debt management as well as budgeting.
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Paddle vs. Propeller: Which Olympic Swimming Stroke is Superior?
Two swimming strokesâ€”one that pulls through the water like a boat paddle and another that whirls to the side like a propellerâ€”are commonly used by athletes training for the Olympic Games. But elite swimmers and their coaches have long argued over which arm motion is more likely to propel an aquatic star toward a gold medal. Rajat Mittal, A Johns Hopkins fluid dynamics expert, has found that the deep catch stroke, resembling a paddle, has the edge over sculling, the bent-arm, propeller-inspi
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