28. Mises.org in the Context of Publishing History
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Number of Diagonals in a Hexagon Explanation
This is video using a computer monitor to show how many diagonals are in a hexagon.  A hexagon has a total of 9 diagonals. (02:24)

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ebp
This project offers a simple introduction to the research process and obtaining learning resources on the net
ebp was developed by Chris Palmer

Author(s): Palmer, Chris

NCTM Number and Operations
This slideshow (no sound) shows (in 54 slides) the NCTM's Number and Operations strand.
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Are You Convinced?
Proof making is one of the key ideas in mathematics. Looking at
teachers and students grappling with the same probability problem, we see how two kinds of proof â€” proof by cases and proof by induction â€”naturally grow out of the need to justify and convince others.

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Thinking Like a Mathematician
What does a mathematician do? What does it mean to "think like a
mathematician"? This program parallels what a mathematician does in
real-life with the creative thinking of students.

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Living With Earth, Part I
Scenes of San Francisco before the Loma Prieta earthquake introduce this program addressing how humans are learning to cope with earthquakes. Various groups and agencies are studying the San Andreas Fault and the damage caused along its path to better understand how earthquakes ravage the land. Methods of studying earthquakes are reviewed.
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Solving Basic Combination Problems
Lesson on solving basic combination problems: the counting principle.  Larry shows some typical problems involving this topic.  He explains and solves them on lined paper.  (02:56)

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Music of the 1960's: Why it was Influential
This 1:48 minute long video explains the influence of rock and roll music on young people in the 1960's. This rock and roll music grew up simultaneously with the Baby Boomers, and was used as a way to differentiate themselves with their parents. A good video to use in comparing various musical genres.
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For some of our students, school can feel like a confusing and even frightening place. Those students who come from backgrounds where there is little structure need to be given a feeling of security if they are to work to the best of their ability. Finding ways to give a clear format to our lessons will give the students a â€˜hookâ€™ to hang on to when the demands of the academic environment are putting them under pressure.

There are various ways in which we can format our lessons to en
Author(s): The Open University

The Long Black Freedom Struggle: African American Soldiers in WWI & Korea
Adriane Lentz-Smith of Duke University and David Cline of Virginia Tech discuss the forgotten history of African-American participation in WWI and Korea, followed by a discussion facilitated by Robert Patrick, director of the Veterans History Project. For transcript, captions, and more information, visit http://www.loc.gov/today/cyberlc/feature_wdesc.php?rec=6328
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Elma Lewis Black Poetry for Children
Elma Lewis reads the poem 'Sympathy' by Paul Lawrence Dunbar. Program is divided into two halves: the first featuring a 30-minute in-studio poetry reading by Elma Lewis, the second of magazine-style segments. Elma Lewis, Director of the National Center of Afro-American Artists, seated with children around her, talks about what poetry is, what a poem can make you feel, and why people used to write in rhymes. Lewis focuses on two African American poets, Langston Hughes (who is 'of this time') and
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Who Invented Subtraction?
Subtraction was invented in the same way as addition and
counting, in that it has always existed. In this video learn from a mathematics instructor who invented subtraction. (01:22)

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Fatty Liver Remedy is an online program designed to cleanse your liver of harmful toxins that are inhibiting over 800 bodily functions. No, there’s no need to take some prescription medications or do some weird voodoo spells or any of that other nonsense. Instead, this program is 100% natural and requires nothing extreme of you. It’s about making healthy choices within your diet and lifestyle, but what
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Statics
Statics deals with the principles of equilibrium. In this course the principles of forces and moments will be explained as well as principle of equilibrium of forces and moments. This also includes the equilibrium of 2D and 3D structures and trusses. Furthermore the principle of internal forces and moments is addressed as well as the use of the principle of virtual work to calculate both external and internal loads. Finally, the concepts of centre of gravity, centroids and moments of inertia are
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INN Placement Website
This artefact outlines the creation of a new website for Innovation North students holding details of all work placements (short, long term, voluntary, paid).The Institute for Enterprise funded the project and the money helped pay a student to maintain the website for a year
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This Is Not What an Atom Looks Like
What does an atom look like? Throughout history scientists and philosophers have attempted to answer this question. As a result, they've come up with some useful models for understanding the building blocks of our universe. (05:09)

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From Brussels to Bombay: The euro crisis could spread
How real is the global impact of Europeâ€™s debt crisis?
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Linear Inequalities - A Visual Proof
An instructor shows why we flip the sign when multiplying or dividing by a negative when solving inequalities. Â He uses a flip chart and shows several examples including both inequalities and word problems.
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