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39399WW_Folio Case for Motorola XOOM_PDF - Kensington

Protective Case and Stand for Motorola XOOM 3 Thin, slim shell Motorola tablet not included • Protects all edges of your tablets Folio Case for Motorola XOOM™ Folio Case for Motorola XOOM™ Folio Case for ™ Motorola XOOM Protective Case and Stand for Motorola XOOM 1 Camera ready • Full access to front and back camera 2 Adjustable stand • 2-position stand • Prop-up for comfortable viewing with a small footprint • Flip down for faster typing and private browsing Boîtier de protection et socle pour Motorola XOOM 1 Compatible caméra • Accès complet aux caméras avant et arrière 2 Socle ajustable Schützgehäuse und Ständer für Motorola XOOM 1 Bereit für Kamera Custodia di protezione e supporto per Motorola XOOM 1 Webcam pronta per l’uso • Accesso completo alla Webcam anteriore e posteriore • Voller Zugriff auf Kameras hinten & vorne 2 Verstellbarer Ständer Funda protectora y soporte para Motorola XOOM 1 Admite cámara • Acceso completo a la cámara delantera y trasera 2 Soporte ajustable 2 Supporto regolabile • Ständer mit zwei • Soporte de 2 Aufstellmöglichkeiten • Supporto a due posiciones posizioni • Ständer für • Función de atril para angenehme • Cavalletto che visualización cómoda Ansicht mit kleiner consente una comoda que ocupa poco Standfläche visione in caso di espacio dimensioni ridotte • Nach unten drehbar • Abatible para für schnelleres Tippen • Ribaltabile per una escritura más rápida und privates Surfen più rapida digitazione y navegación privada e una maggiore 3 Carcasa fina y delgada 3 Schlankes Äußeres riservatezza di 3 Design léger et élégant • Schützt alle Kanten • Protege todos los navigazione • Protège tous les bords Ihres Tablet-PCs bordes de sus tablets 3 Custodia sottile e de vos tablettes Motorola Tablet nicht Tablet Motorola no incluidos piatta enthalten Tablette Motorola non fourni • Avvolge l’intero tablet

Algebra/Trig Review - Pauls Online Math Notes - Lamar University

This review was originally written for my Calculus I class but it should be accessible to anyone needing a review in some basic algebra and trig topics. The review contains the occasional comment about how a topic will/can be used in a calculus class. If you aren’t in a calculus class you can ignore these comments. I don’t cover all the topics that you would see in a typical Algebra or Trig class, I’ve mostly covered those that I feel would be most useful for a student in a Calculus class although I have included a couple that are not really required for a Calculus class. These extra topics were included simply because the do come up on occasion and I felt like including them. There are also, in all likelihood, a few Algebra/Trig topics that do arise occasionally in a Calculus class that I didn’t include. Because this review was originally written for my Calculus students to use as a test of their algebra and/or trig skills it is generally in the form of a problem set. The solution to the first problem in a set contains detailed information on how to solve that particular type of problem. The remaining solutions are also fairly detailed and may contain further required information that wasn’t given in the first problem, but they probably won’t contain explicit instructions or reasons for performing a certain step in the solution process. It was my intention in writing the solutions to make them detailed enough that someone needing to learn a particular topic should be able to pick the topic up from the solutions to the problems. I hope that I’ve accomplished this.

Participant Info - nexgeneracers
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Nexgeneracers (NXG) give boys and girls an opportunity to learn about auto racing and have a “hands-on” experience in a supervised and controlled environment. We offer three class levels in our Lucas Oil/NXG Youth Motorsports Program scheduled from April to September. Most classes are conducted over the weekend. Each class serves up to 20 student participants in both on-track and classroom activities. Parents, family & friends are welcome and encouraged to attend as spectators on our competition Sundays. Class Levels Level 1 - Introduction to Motorsports: Provides an overview of the motorsports industry, racing terminology and go-kart driving instruction. Prerequisite: Proficient in 5th grade level math & English. For boys and girls 11-15 years of age. (No previous driving experience required.) Level 2 - Competitive Driving Techniques: Covers basic driving skills and go kart racing techniques. Tests individual performance and knowledge and includes racing competition. Prerequisite: Introduction to Motorsports course, or previous go kart driving experience and approval of Chief Instructor. For boys and girls 11-15 years of age. Level 3 – Advanced Performance Driving Class: Focuses on: vehicle dynamics, race driving skill development and auto racing competition knowledge. Driving exercises and competitive go kart racing are conducted. Prerequisite: Competitive Driving Techniques course and approval of Chief Instructor. For boys and girls 11-16 years of age. Typical Weekend Schedule & Activities Registration and Orientation (Level 1 only) is held on Saturday mornings typically from 8:00-8:30pm, parents should attend with students.

5 Helpful Travel Tips for the Wandering Vegetarian by the Corliss Group Tour Packages Tips

Food + Mouth = Survival. Simple math...you'd think. But the task of feeding yourself can seem like Mission: Impossible once you step off the continent. Language, culture and availability make finding animal-free nosh a massive ordeal that can swallow up a whole afternoon of your hard-earned vacation/travel time. And when your blood sugar starts to dip, after a long bus ride or a day traipsing around some ruins, the difficulty and frustration involved in finding vegetarian food can wreck your day.

European Journal of Medical Research - Bioforce AG

European Journal of Medical Research Study Summary November 2009 Sore throat: echinacea-sage spray just as effective as standard medication1 Study objective The first symptom of almost all acute respiratory infections (ARI) is sore throat, which is caused mainly by viral infections of the nasopharynx. Even the most widespread etiological agents of common cold – rhinoviruses – first affect the throat where they cause soreness and only then spread to the nasal region [2]. A considerable proportion of all common cold treatments are therefore formulated to combat and relieve sore throat and the associated inflammation-induced symptoms such as swallowing difficulties. The study described evaluates the effectiveness of acute treatment with a throat spray containing echinacea (Echinacea purpurea) and sage (Salvia officinalis) compared to a standard combination preparation of chlorhexidine and lidocaine in acute painful tonsillitis and/or pharyngitis [1]. Investigators PD Dr. med. Andreas Schapowal, Landquart Allergy Clinic/CH, D. Berger, Schüpfen/CH, Dipl.Math. Peter Klein, Rohrbach/D and Andy Suter, Roggwil/CH and 11 general practitioners. Study design The study was conducted as a multicentre (11 general practices), randomised, double-blind, placebo-controlled trial with a double-dummy design in two parallel groups. The objective was to test the non-inferiority of the echinacea/sage spray compared to the chlorhexidine/lidocaine spray. Study participants After approval by the ethics committees, 154 patients with acute pharyngitis or tonsillitis and sore throat were enrolled in the study. Inclusion criteria: age > 12 years, onset of symptoms < 72h before enrolment and tonsillopharyngitis symptom index ≥ 6. The exclusion criteria related to the use of various medications prior to study enrolment (analgesics < 12h, antibiotics < 24h, mouth and throat therapeutic preparations < 4h, systemic corticosteroids < 1 month). Further reasons for exclusion: bacterial infections or severe systemic diseases, allergies/intolerance to ingredients of the products, as well as pregnancy and breast feeding. Study medications The plant-based active preparation consisted of extracts of Echinacea purpurea (L.) Moench (Echinaforce® concentrate: fresh herb – 95%, roots – 5%) and Salvia officinalis in an extract ratio of 67.8% : 32.2% (A.Vogel Halsschmerz Spray®, A.Vogel AG). The chemically defined reference product contained 1% chlorhexidine gluconate and 2% lido-caine HCl (Collunosol®, Sanofi AG). The placebos used for the double-dummy technique largely corresponded in appearance, taste and aroma to the original products.

Design - Interior Design - University of Central Oklahoma

Fine Arts and Design Major Code: 1041 University Core (Total Listed 42-44) Specific courses within the University Core are listed on pages 90-91. • Courses from the major may apply to the areas marked in the University Core. Written and Oral Communication..................................................... 9 Quantitative Reasoning/Scientific Method................................. 10-11 Math........................................................................................ 3 Life Science............................................................................ 4 Physical Science................................................................... 3-4 Critical Inquiry and Aesthetic Analysis............................................. 6 Aesthetic Analysis................................................................... 3 Critical Inquiry........................................................................ 3 Major Requirements American Historical and Political Analysis....................................... 6 American National Government............................................. 3 American History.................................................................... 3 Cultural and Language Analysis..................................................... 3-4 Second Language.................................................................... 4 OR Cultural Analysis..................................................................... 3 Social and Behavioral Analysis........................................................... 3 Life Skills.............................................................................................. 5 Required Health Course.......................................................... 2 Elective Life Skills.................................................................. 3 Minimum Required Hours Design - Interior Design....................................81-82 Required Design Foundations Courses............................................ 12 DES 1023 Design Foundations I DES 1033 Design Foundations II DES 1043 Design Foundations III DES 1053 Design Foundations IV Required Graphic Design Courses.................................................. 5-6 DES

Click - Culturally-Situated Design Tools - Rensselaer Polytechnic ...

Bourdieu and Passeron (1973) famously defined cultural capital as the accumulated cultural knowledge that confers power and status. Their original work explained many of the intangible advantages that allowed the upper class to obtain better status jobs, education, etc. Here we extend this concept to include “computational capital”—the concepts, skills, and other resources that facilitate participation in computing activities, education and careers. We posit that hidden sources of computational capital can be found in some cultural practices of disadvantaged groups, and that a suitable learning environment can make this capital available to its owners. In the study presented here, the cultural practice is cornrow hairstyles, and the learning environment is based on Cornrow Curves, a web applet that allows children to use math and computing principles to simulate the patterns of these braids. This paper analyzes the interactions of African-American children with Cornrow Curves, in particular their reflections on the relationship between their heritage identity and the experience of learning math and computing through cultural resources. We use Bennett’s (2008) concept of “design agency” to describe the ways in which the students’ creative explorations in this computational geometry converge with their cultural construction of the self. Keywords: ethnomathematics, culturally situated design tools, design agency, graphic design, culture © 2009 Children, Youth and Environments

Byzantine Architecture
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Byzantine Architecture By Colleen Messina In the Dark Ages, one building was so stunning that it was said to be "suspended by a golden chain from heaven." What kind of building would seem so divine? The heavenly building was the church of Hagia Sophia. The historian Procopius said that it seemed suspended from heaven. He was specifically talking about its big concrete dome that seemed to float in space. This church's name meant Divine Wisdom. It was built from 532 to 537 A.D. under the emperor Justinian I. This church was a great example of Byzantine architecture. Roman builders created many great structures. Then Rome fell. The empire split into western and eastern halves. Emperor Justinian I ruled the eastern section of the old Roman Empire. He revolutionized architecture, and he loved to build churches. His empire was called the Byzantine Empire, and its center was Byzantium. This eastern empire lasted for more than 1,000 years. Justinian I gave the job of designing his most important church to an amazing man. Anthemius of Tralles was well-educated. He understood architecture, math, and mechanics. He was also an artistic genius. He decided to do something bold for this special church. Hagia Sophia became his masterpiece. The boldest part of Anthemius' design was a huge central dome. No one had ever built anything like it. The dome's weight was supported by smaller domes that surrounded it. That meant that it had no columns. This made a large, open space inside. It seemed like the dome was floating in space! Anthemius did not realize that his creation would inspire other architects for centuries. This building was called a domed basilica. The bottom section of the building was built in the shape of a cross.

Pumpkin Pie in a Bag - TeacherWeb
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Pumpkin Pie in a Bag An easy-to-make, easy-to-clean-up fall recipe Grades: K-3 Science and Math Yield: 25 students at about two tablespoons per serving Note: Ingredients can be divided 2 to 4 times for smaller group size Materials: ! ! ! ! 2 cups cold milk 2 packages (4 serving size) instant vanilla pudding mix 1 can (15 ounces) solid-pack pumpkin 1 teaspoon pumpkin pie spice ! ! Graham crackers - enough for 25 squares 1 can whipped topping ! ! ! 1 gallon freezer bag per group Can opener/scissors 25 napkins Directions: Wash hands first! 1. Combine the milk and instant pudding in the freezer bag. -Remove the air and zip lock shut. -Squeeze and kneed with hands until blended for 1 minute. 2. Add the pumpkin and spice. -Remove the air and zip lock shut. -Squeeze and kneed with hands until blended for 2 minutes. 3. Break graham crackers into squares. -Place one on each napkin. 4. Cut off the corner of your freezer bag. - Carefully squeeze about 2 tablespoons of pie filling onto each graham cracker. 5. Garnish with whipped topping and enjoy! 6. Discuss the pumpkin life cycle while students are eating. See resources below. AITC Free Loan Library: http://aitc.oregonstate.edu/resources/library.htm

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