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### Free Must-Have iPad Apps For Secondary Math - TCEA

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Algebra Champ - Designed for grades 6 - 8, Algebra Champ provides practice solving straightforward, single variable linear equations in a game-like format. Questions are randomly generated and presented in rounds of five. Answers are manageable integers (-10 to 10) and presented as multiple choice. Algebra Explained c. 1 Order of Operations LITE - This lite version includes two lessons, two study card stacks, and two sets of practice problems. CandyFactory Educational Game - CandyFactory is an educational game that teaches the concept of fractions to middle school students based on splitting operations with partitioning and iterating. Factor Race (Algebra) - Factor Race is a game where the player must identify the binomial factors of trinomial equations. Fill the Cup - Four math games allow children to experience math concepts through manipulation. Fraction Factory - Enter the Fraction Factory and use your math skills to place fractions into their correct positions on a number line. Freddy Fraction - Help Freddy find his way back home safely using fractions, decimals, and percentages to lead him back to his spaceship! Free Graphing Calculator – What the name says. Supported by ads. HMH Fuse: Geometry, Common Core Edition – This sample includes a complete chapter of content: Chapter 6: Quadrilaterals. HMH Fuse: Geometry Sample – This app will allow you a sneak peek at the future of mobile geometry curriculum and includes a free sample chapter. iSpy-X - iSpy-X is a fun way for kids to practice basic one-step math algebra skills while playing a game! Khan Academy: Algebra 1 - Khan Academy Algebra allows students to learn Algebra through 36 different videos. Khan Academy: PreAlgebra - Khan Academy Algebra allows students to learn Algebra through ...

### Does a simple educational exercise influence practice in acute tonsillitis in children?

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Shirley Mulvaney, Simon Attard Montalto Abstract Aim: To assess the concordance of treatment of children attending with tonsillitis in Paediatric Accident and Emergency with established guidelines, and subsequent review of the management of this condition after a simple educational exercise. Methods: An audit on children with tonsillitis was carried out amongst doctors working in the Paediatric Accident and Emergency Department during a three month period in 2009. Eleven doctors completed an anonymous questionnaire requesting details on presentation, symptoms, investigations and treatment of children presenting with acute tonsillitis. The results obtained from this questionnaire were compared to NICE guidelines and modified Centor (McIsaac) criteria, and fed back to the participating doctors together with copies of these guidelines via a simple, structured educational exercise. Three months later, a second identical questionnaire was again completed by the same cohort of doctors. Shirley Mulvaney MD Simon Attard Montalto MD (L’pool), FRCPCH, FRCP * Chairman, Department of Paediatrics NPICU Mater Dei Hospital ,Malta. simon.attard-montalto@gov.mt *corresponding author Malta Medical Journal Volume 25 Issue 03 2013 Results: The first questionnaire showed that there was a tendency towards unnecessary prescription of antibiotics and investigations in children with acute tonsillitis, when compared to recommendations in the guidelines. Following educational feedback, the second questionnaire showed a reduction in antibiotic prescriptions by 9% (p=0.5) and investigations by 37% (p=0.1). Compliance with guidelines had improved significantly with regard to non-prescribing of antibiotics with a fever of <38oC (Phi -0.76, p=0.0005), and with tonsillar pus but no fever (Phi -0.68, p=0.002). Increased compliance was observed when prescribing antibiotics in the presence of pus plus a fever, lymphadenopathy >1cm and presence of underlying disease although these changes were not statistically significant. Conclusion: Although doctors were initially only partly compliant with established guidelines for children with acute tonsillitis, compliance improved significantly after a simple educational exercise.

### UNWTO World Tourism Barometer

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Annex-1 to Annex-23 International Tourist Arrivals, monthly evolution World This issue and the accompanying Statistical Annex of the UNWTO World Tourism Barometer present an update of the preliminary international arrivals data presented in January. Currently over a hundred countries and territories have reported 2011 full year data with regards to international tourist arrivals. Data on international tourism receipts is available for around fifty countries. Furthermore, first data is included for international tourist arrivals in January 2012. The next issue scheduled for late April will include a comprehensive analysis of international tourism receipts in 2011, as well as the top destinations by international tourist arrivals and receipts and top source markets by international tourism expenditure. This release is available only in electronic format, through the UNWTO elibrary, and is free of charge for members. The release is provided in English only, while the Statistical Annex is available in English, French, Spanish and … The UNWTO World Tourism Barometer is a publication of the World Tourism Organization (UNWTO). By monitoring short-term tourism trends on a regular basis, UNWTO aims to provide all those involved, directly or indirectly, in tourism with adequate upto-date statistics and analysis in a timely fashion. The UNWTO World Tourism Barometer is periodically updated. Issues contain as regular sections: an overview of short-term tourism data from destinations, generating countries and air transport; the results of the latest survey among the UNWTO Panel of Tourism Experts, providing an evaluation of and prospects for short-term tourism performance; and selected economic data relevant for tourism. The objective for future editions of the UNWTO World Tourism Barometer will be to broaden its scope and improve coverage gradually over time. The UNWTO World Tourism Barometer is prepared by UNWTO’s Tourism Trends and Marketing Strategies Programme, with the collaboration of consultants, Nancy Cockerell and David Stevens. The UNWTO Secretariat wishes to express its sincere gratitude to all those who have participated in the elaboration of the UNWTO World Tourism Barometer, in particular all institutions that supplied data, and to the members of the UNWTO Panel of Tourism Experts for their valuable contributions. For more information on the UNWTO World Tourism Barometer, including copies of previous issues, please refer to …

### INTERIOR DESIGN - BGSU

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BG PERSPECTIVE REQUIREMENTS GSW 1120 ( GSW 1100/1110) Quantitative Literacy (Group A Recommended) Elective Natural Science Elective Elective Social and Behavioral Sciences Elective Elective Humanities and Arts Elective Elective Cultural Diversity in the United States Elective Additional BG Perspective Course Elective One BG Perspective course from above is an International Perspective course CHOOSE ONE COURSE FROM THE FOLLOWING: _________ FCS 4800 Modernist Design Architecture _________ FCS 4800 Modernist Design Thinking _________ FCS 3950 Design Analysis _________ FCS 3950 Vanguard Design Composition _________ FCS 4800 Euro. Culture & Design (Study Abr) **Can also be used to fulfill one of the electives in BG Perspective requirements. All interior design core courses offered through the interior design program must be completed for a letter grade requirement. Faculty strongly encourage interior design majors to complete a work co-op as this greatly improves employment opportunities upon graduation. Completion of all coursework on this checksheet results in fewer than 122 hours. A minor is not required; however, students should choose to complete their electives by selecting courses which reinforce their major. ID students may also choose a minor to complete the minimum hours required for graduation. See University catalog for possible minors on the web at www.bgsu.edu/catalog/minors.html. At least 30 credit hours must be BGSU courses. Degree Audit Report (DAR) is available on MyBGSU. This is an unofficial record of a student’s progress.

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Contents Chapter 1 Get Information • Find the Information You Need • Access and Search the Product Help• Learn the Product • View the Product Readme • Join the Customer Involvement Program • Get Information from Drawings• Obtain General Drawing Information • Chapter 2 The User Interface • Start a Command • Parts of the User Interface • The Menu Bar • The Tool Sets Palette • The Command Line • Overview of Using the Command Line • Enter Commands on the Command Line • Enter System Variables on the Command Line • Switch Between Dialog Boxes and the Command Line• View and Edit Within the Command History • Work with Shortcut Menus• About Keyboard Shortcuts • Control the Drawing Area Interface • Interface Themes and Background Color • Cursors in the Drawing Area • Selection Style • The UCS Icon • The Coordinates Display • Model Space and Layouts • Control Status, Layers, Properties, and Content • The Status Bar • The Layers Palette • The Properties Inspector • The Content Palette • Customize the Drawing Environment • Set Interface Options • Set Up the Drawing Area • Specify the Behavior of Palettes • Performance Tuning • Customize Startup • Chapter 3 Start and Save Drawings • Start a Drawing • Overview of Starting a New Drawing • Specify Units and Unit Formats • Determine the Units of Measurement • Set the Unit Format Conventions • Use a Drawing Template File • Add Identifying Information to Drawings • Open or Save a Drawing • Open a Drawing • Work with Multiple Open Drawings • Preview Open Drawings and Layouts • Switch Between Open Drawings • Switch Between Layouts in the Current Drawing • Transfer Information between Open Drawings• Save a Drawing • Find a Drawing File• Specify Search Paths and File Locations • Repair, Restore, or Recover Drawing Files • Repair a Damaged Drawing File • Create and Restore Backup Files • Recover from a System Failure • Chapter 4 Control the Drawing Views • Change Views • Pan or Zoom a View • Save and Restore Views • Control the 3D Projection Style • Define a Parallel Projection • Choose Preset 3D Views • Define a 3D View with Coordinate Values or Angles ...

### Autodesk® InfraWorks Training Guide

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### Getting-Started-with-Zend-Framework.pdf - Rob Allen

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### Electric Power Training Schedule (PDF 8MB) - Texas Engineering ...

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TEEX Electric Power Training Since 1940, organizations have used the electric power training programs of The Texas A&M University System to train electric power line workers, equipment operators, meter technicians, substation operators, construction and maintenance crews, crew leaders, supervisors, and other staff. The Texas A&M Engineering Extension Service (TEEX), Electric Power Training Program offers a complete set of technical courses designed for employees of electric cooperatives, municipal utilities, contractors, investor-owned, industrial and other organizations that are involved in the electric power industry. These courses range from Pole Climbing for apprentices to Troubleshooting Customer Line Service Complaints for journeyman line technicians. The majority of our courses are available both as open enrollment (conducted at TEEX training centers) or as contract courses (conducted on-site at your facility). We also can customize training topics to meet your training needs. Our goal is to provide the highest quality training at the lowest possible cost to the electric power industry, and to provide convenient training schedules to meet individual needs. We are constantly developing and updating courses to keep abreast of changing technology. We encourage input from you, as only our customers can help us make a great program even better. The curriculum is designed to teach both the safety and technical aspects of electric power equipment. The method of instruction for each course varies from hands-on to instructor-led. Each course is designed in a challenging manner to help achieve the maximum level of training. Skill testing is performed and continuing education credits are given for successful completion of the courses. TEEX Electric Power Training also offers customized on-site safety training. Safety instruction is taught in the form of regularly scheduled safety meetings and courses. You select the topics presented and the format of the sessions. Safety and technical topics are combined to meet your individual needs. Safety training services include instruction to electric power technicians, office staff, public works employees, mechanics, service personnel and others upon request. Special services, such as area safety accreditation, rescue training, OSHA compliance, certification, training publications and many others, are available in this program. TEEX Electric Power Training develops customized employee development programs to meet your organization's training and safety needs. .

### media kit - Phoenix Home & Garden Magazine

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Luxury audience? Your search ends here. For 33 years, Phoenix Home & Garden’s experienced writers, editors and designers have served as the authoritative voice on Southwest style, providing fine ideas for the Southwest home and regionally-suited advice for growing plants in the desert. Filled with inspiring articles, breathtaking photography, a local events calendar, art gallery updates and more, Phoenix Home & Garden is the ultimate guide to the luxury Southwest lifestyle. Phoenix Home & Garden ranked among other regional titles as a top circulation gainer in the United States this past decade. Additionally, our advertisers are plentiful, diverse and loyal because our affluent, sophisticated readers are engaged and responsive... ...Sources: Audit Bureau of circulation’s statement June 2012, subject to audit. The Insight Group, 2007. Experian, 2008. *Audience based upon Phoenix Home & Garden magazine’s total circulation. Pass-along circulation based upon 2.6 readers per copy, Magazine Publishers of America Circulation Metrics 2010... ...No media speaks to affluent devotees of the Southwest luxury lifestyle as directly and cost-effectively as Phoenix Home & Garden magazine. However, Phoenix Home & Garden magazine does far more than simply “reach” an attractive audience; we make you a part of our readers’ lives in a way that few other publications can...

### Harley Davidson Wiring Made Easy - Siebenthaler Creative

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