Introduction to Factoring Trinomials - Yay Math
Removing common factors and using FOIL to reverse engineer trinomials to find the factors. White board in a class setting, some interaction, engaging, several examples of increasing complexity. The discussion is clear and understandable. Preview - full version at http://video.google.com/videoplay?docid=5372924760957296665&q=source:012956945238798337823&hl=en Produced by Robert Ahdoot, yaymath.org
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Perfect Square Factoring and Square Root Property - Yay Math
Factoring Perfect Square Polynomials, as well as solving equations using the Square Root. White board in a class setting, some interaction, engaging, several examples of increasing complexity. The discussion is clear and understandable. Preview - full version at http://video.google.com/videoplay?docid=-2174037250498841062&q=source:012956945238798337823&hl=en Produced by Robert Ahdoot, yaymath.org
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TALAT Lecture 3207: Solidification Defects in Castings
This lecture provides an introduction to the causes and remedies of the main solidification defects in castings. The students should be able to diagnose the major defects in castings and propose methods of preventing them. Basic knowledge of physics and foundry practice is assumed.
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To provide a flavour of the consideration of Bills, we will now look at the stages of an Executive Bill.

One of the unique features of the Scottish Parliament is its openness. There are processes for wide consultation, an open evidence process at committees, the ability of the public and interested parties to liaise directly with MSPs, and the ability to lobby for amendments to a Bill. For all these things the Scottish Parliament has received international recognition.

An Executiv
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The formulas for speed, distance and time are all examples of mathematical models. Here, you should bear in mind that such models stress some aspects of travelling but ignore others. Building a mathematical model involves making some assumptions, and usually this involves disregarding those inconvenient aspects of real-world events which can not easily be fitted into a mathematical description.

Take, for example, the model s = d/t used to calculate speed. Dividing a
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The Story of ICH-GCP: An introduction for investigators and site staff
Dr Roma Chilengi, Head of Clinical Trials at the Kenya Medical Research Institute (KEMRI)/Wellcome Trust Research Programme in Kilifi, Kenya gives an introduction to ICH-GCP. This overview covers the historical background, context and evolution to ICH-GCP, summarises its key principles and describes the role of regulatory authorities. The talk highlights some of the accomplishments of ICH-GCP but also critiques some aspects of GCP application in non-pharmaceutical settings.
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Another claim made by the movement is that we are all in some way connected to a market system which effectively allows sweatshops to exist in the first place. This is about more than targeting the big brand names and linking them directly to exploitation abroad; rather, it is about piecing together the global market machinery that ties the corporate buyer, the boardroom executive, the factory owner and the consumer into a system which establishes particular lines of responsibility (Ha
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Ontology Design Exercise 2015-2016
Ontology Design Exercise 2015-2016 - Nicholas Gibbins Keywords:UNSPECIFIED
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Whilst the bulk of eukaryotic DNA is packaged by proteins different from those in the eubacterial chromosome, the principles of bending DNA and neutralising the negative charges in its backbone are shared. Eukaryotic cells have considerably larger genomes than do prokaryotes (in most cases over 1000 times the size of the E. coli genome â€“ see Author(s): The Open University

Most of the chromosomal DNA chains within the interphase nucleus are believed to be held on a scaffold or backbone structure made from various proteins, with loops of between 20 and 200Â kb extruding from attachment sites. This chromosome structure is shown schematically in Figure 40. The scaffold, as well as permitting further compaction, serves to bring the DNA together in organised regions. There are many different protein components of these scaffolds, amongst them DNA topoisomerases.

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The TEAM Approach â€“ Optics and Market Opportunity
Joseph Choi, 2013 graduate of the Technical Entrepreneurship and Management (TEAM) program, talks about how that program has helped him as he continues his education as a PhD student in the Institute of Optics. Choi also talks about the cloaking device that he helped develop, which has received international attention. Working with professor of optics John Howell, Choi helped to develop a simplified version of a cloaking device with four lenses, spaced at precise intervals, designed to bend lig
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Circulatory System
This video is a rap that demonstrates how the blood flows from the heart to the rest of the body.Â  There are graphics that show how the blood is transported through the body.
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Werkblad waarmee leerlingen het aftrekken tot 6 inoefenen. Ze kunnen elke oefening voorstellen door de blokjes van het getalbeeld te kleuren.

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Genesis Chapter 48 - New International Version of the Bible
This video contains a high quality narration of The Book of Genesis, Chapter 48, from the New International Version of the Bible.Â  Scriptures read by professional voice actors, along with good music and sound effects.Â  No moving images.
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Welfare: from Beveridge to the fourth industrial revolution [Audio]
Speaker(s): David Gauke | Beveridge offered a radical response to the social and economic circumstances of his time in a country emerging from global depression and conflict. Yet todayâ€™s world would be unrecognisable to Beveridge: the past 75 years have seen significant social and economic changes that the welfare system has needed to accommodate. We now face further significant changes as we enter the fourth industrial revolution. Our welfare system will need to change to adapt to future circ
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The process of keeping up-to-date in your chosen subject area is useful for your studies and afterwards, for your own personal satisfaction, or perhaps in your career as part of your continuing professional development.

There are a great many tools available that make it quite easy to keep yourself up to date. You can set them up so that the information comes to you, rather than you having to go out on the web looking for it. Over the next few pages, you will be experimenting with some
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In the next activity you will be able to build upon the previous one and observe the way in which the debate on the new EU constitution has progressed and moved to another level on its way to ratification.

## Activity 7 A snapshot from the EU constitutional debate (2)

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Systems practice may be carried out individually or as part of a team. In doing action research â€“ which is a form of managing â€“ an important question is: On us or with us? (Figure 47). This question seems pertinent to the process that led to the establishment of the Child Support
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## Activity 57

Evaluate each of the following and give an example from everyday life to illustrate the sum (e.g. Thomas's piggy bank).

• (a) 4 âˆ’ âˆ’2

• (b
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Perhaps, like me, you are beginning to form the view there were some ambiguities about purpose in the case-study situation. Control models are a useful way of investigating purpose and the means in place to achieve it. They address issues like â€˜What is X trying to achieve?â€™ â€˜How are they trying to do it?â€™ and â€˜How will they know when they've done it?â€™ Control-model diagrams provide a structure for exploring these questions. The drawing of the model allows you to decide whet
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