In the UML, a stereotype is a way of adding detail to any part (element) of a model. It is a way of expressing variation or a usage distinction that tells you more about the original element. For example, the line drawn between an actor and a use case indicates that there is an association between them. We could add the stereotype Â«communicationÂ» to such a line to emphasise the communication that takes place between the two. In practice, this stereotype is left out because it is the
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After studying this course, you should be able to:

• calculate the mean, weighted mean and the median of a batch of numbers

• calculate a percentage and a percentage price increase

• use a weighted mean to find an average percentage price increase (given the weights)

• use the statistical facilities of your calculator to find the mean, the median and (given the weights) the weighted mean of a batch of numbers

• produce simple seq
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Music Theory Learning Objects for Drill and Practice
Music Theory Learning Objects for Drill and Practice is a series of 16 interactive objects providing drills on primary and advanced music theory. Types of questions include aural identification (chord, interval recognition and error detection) and theory rudiments (write and identify key signatures, intervals, chords, measure completion and scales). These objects provide a comprehensive space for music theory practice, drawing random questions from a bank of literally thousands of possibilities.
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1 Without using your calculator, find the following.

• (a) 75.6 Ã· 0.6

• (b) 75.6 Ã— 0.6

• (c) 100.001 + 75.6 Ã· 0.6

• (d) (100.001 + 10.1) Ã— 60

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Virtual Maths - 2D Shapes diagrams and formula
Diagram of 2D shapes, including formulas
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WQM207 Tests
This unit contains tests, quizzes and review materail for the WQM207 course.
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Prior to the Norman Conquest of England in 1066, there was no unitary, national legal system. Before 1066 the English legal system involved a mass of oral customary rules, which varied according to region. The law of the Jutes in the south of England, for example, was different from that of the Mercians in the middle of the country (see map below). Each county had its own local court dispensing its own justice in accordance with local customs that varied from community to commun
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Die Einzellizenz fÃ¼r Lehrerinnen und Lehrer ist da!
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This free course provided an introduction to studying education. It took you through a series of exercises designed to develop your approach to study and learning at a distance and helped to improve your confidence as an independent learner.

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Sustaining Success Week 4 Task: Student Generated Content
Sustaining Success Week 4 Task: Student Generated Content - Su White Keywords:student task
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Members of this family of lipid kinases usually have two subunits: one is a catalytic subunit with a lipid kinase domain and the other is a regulatory subunit, which contains two SH2 domains and a SH3 domain (p 85 PI 3-kinase in Figure 13).

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Lesson 07 - One Minute Romanian
In lesson 7 of One Minute Romanian you will learn to say that it's nice to meet someone in Romanian. Remember - even a few phrases of a language can help you make friends and enjoy travel more. Find out more about One Minute Romanian at our website - http://www.oneminutelanguages.com. One Minute Romanian is brought to you by the Radio Lingua Network and is Â©Copyright 2008.Author(s): No creator set

In Section 3 we study the orientability of surfaces from an informal point of view. In particular, we take a detailed look at the projective plane and its properties. We start by examining some surfaces that resemble a MÃ¶bius band.

A cylinder or a MÃ¶bius band can be formed by gluing together the ends of a rectangular strip or band of paper either with or without twisting the paper before gluing. Does adding further twists to the band before gluing provide any more examples of surfaces
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The Challenges of Reporting Iran
Sadeq Saba, the former head of the BBC Persian Service, gives a talk for the The Business and Practice of Journalism seminar series for the Reuters Institute for the Study of Journalism. Introduction by Richard Sambrook.
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Approaches to Controlling Healthcare Costs in the Clinical Laboratory - Jonathan Tait, MD, PhD
The cost of clinical laboratory testing has been increasing along with other types of healthcare costs. Dr. Jonathan Tait of the University of Washington evaluates the factors contributing to the growth in costs, and discusses the responsibilities of providers, patients, and third-party payers for controlling costs. He gives specific examples of testing policies that can control costs without sacrificing quality, particularly in the high-growth area of genetic testing.  (Series: Laboratory
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History of Nikola Tesla
A light but accurate bio of Tesla in the United States. The start of the AC/DC argument and the battle between Edison and Tesla/Westinghouse. He created 700 patents. This three minute video is very worthwhile for science classes and history classes. Perhaps a compare and contrast essay on Tesla and Edison or a debate?
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The concept of substantial equivalence very quickly became important in international trade law. The WTO aims to harmonise national food standards to meet international norms. Under its rules, a country could be penalised if it imposed food standards more stringent than those agreed internationally. In this context, international food standards are set by the Codex Alimentarius Commission (Table 1). In 1996, a report was issued within the Codex framework, which endorsed the principle of subst
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Nominative (Subjective) vs. Objective Pronouns
This video uses a combination of skits and examples to help learners understand nominative and objective pronouns and how to use them.  The audio can be a little hard to hear as there is a lot of background noise. (03:51)

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RTI (Response to Intervention) App for iOS
'RTI is the app that will help you keep track of your students. The RTI tools are easily added to fit your school’s needs. Have you ever started an intervention program for a student then forgot to re-evaluate that student? Happens more often than we would like to admit. The RTI app has nice features that will provide a reminder when it is time to check on your students. All student notes can easily be emailed to your team, parents, and other key stakeholders.'This app costs \$1.99
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When considering the accountability of the governing body, we need to think about the context of the school and the community it serves. The DfES states quite clearly that the school and its governing body are accountable to anyone who has a â€˜legitimate interestâ€™. You might like to spend some time considering who these people are.

In terms of providing both high-quality education and, consequently, an educated workforce, pupils, parents and the wider community are the â€˜customersâ€
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