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Sophie Curtis

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For a week each year in June, London Technology Week takes place across the UK capital to bring together an international audience for networking, events and new opportunities in the tech world. What will this year hold?

https://re-work.co/blog/london-technology-week-2016-edtech-foodtech-future-of-food-education
For a week in June each year, London Technology Week takes place across the UK capital to bring together an international audience for networking, events and new opportunities in the tech world. What will this year hold?
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Mahesh Basnet

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what is insurance??
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Laura Cam

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www.lifeview.buzz
Daily Health Tips, Insights from Health Experts, Natural Home remedies, Yoga & Ayurveda information.
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Parallel Education Division

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Motivational Monday!

The end of the school year is almost here! It's important for all students to finish strong, even with finals right around the corner. Here's a few helpful ways to ensure they do! #theendisnear #strongfinish #almostsummer 
Warm weather can be distracting, but year-end learning is critical. With six smart tips, parents can help kids wrap that grade with an academic edge.
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Binnoy Panicker

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Pdf book link
https://gumroad.com/l/visualizingmaths-e-book

Blog link
https://visualizingmathsandphysics.blogspot.in

[1] How Sin( ) is a measure of how perpendicular two objects/ forces are.

[2] How cos is at measure of how parallel two forces/ objects are.

[3] i = Rotation by 90 degrees. i^2=Rotation by 180 degrees.
i^3 = Rotation by 270 degrees.
i^4= Rotation by 360 degrees.

[4] Transpose of a Matrix = Rotation by 180 degree.

Transpose of (Transpose of) a matrix = Rotation by 360 degrees.

[5] e^i(angle) = rotation by that angle.

[6] sin(30) = 1/2 because at 30 deg the influence of a force/object reduces to half.

For example the shadow of a stick reduces to 1/2 at 30 deg.

[7] A x B = |A| |B|sin(angle btwn A & B).

total combined impact in cross product depends upon.. . . . .
how strong A is
how strong B is.
How perpendicular A and B are w.r.t each other.

e.g A ball hitting a wall will produce max impact at 90 deg.

Pdf book link
https://gumroad.com/l/visualizingmaths-e-book

Blog link
https://visualizingmathsandphysics.blogspot.in


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Binnoy Panicker

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Pdf book link
https://gumroad.com/l/visualizingmaths-e-book

Blog link
https://visualizingmathsandphysics.blogspot.in

[1] How Sin( ) is a measure of how perpendicular two objects/ forces are.

[2] How cos is at measure of how parallel two forces/ objects are.

[3] i = Rotation by 90 degrees. i^2=Rotation by 180 degrees.
i^3 = Rotation by 270 degrees.
i^4= Rotation by 360 degrees.

[4] Transpose of a Matrix = Rotation by 180 degree.

Transpose of (Transpose of) a matrix = Rotation by 360 degrees.

[5] e^i(angle) = rotation by that angle.

[6] sin(30) = 1/2 because at 30 deg the influence of a force/object reduces to half.

For example the shadow of a stick reduces to 1/2 at 30 deg.

[7] A x B = |A| |B|sin(angle btwn A & B).

total combined impact in cross product depends upon.. . . . .
how strong A is
how strong B is.
How perpendicular A and B are w.r.t each other.

e.g A ball hitting a wall will produce max impact at 90 deg.

Pdf book link
https://gumroad.com/l/visualizingmaths-e-book

Blog link
https://visualizingmathsandphysics.blogspot.in


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ESS Global

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The time required to #StudyAbroad depends upon the program and level of degree you are undertaking. #VisaAbroad #Career
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Neha Singh

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Learn How to Change Text to Upper Case in MS Excel http://goo.gl/QVovlz
How to Change Text to Upper Case in Microsoft Excel 2003, 2010, 2013 version. Watch this free online video tutorial that describes step by step process of applying.
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Massimo Magrino

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EasyEDA è un tool gratuito per disegnare circuiti, simularli e disegnare PCB, che funziona direttamente nel browser
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Thinking about how and why teaching and learning are redefined in the age of the Internet. Join us in our other online space at http://www.LearningRevolution.com. ---- I'm starting this Google+ community to have a dialog on the changes in education that are (and could be) taking place, and the ways in which we might influence those changes. My "Hack Your Education" tour around the US the last few months has left me even more convinced that policy changes are not the answer, but that the change needs to come from us. That we need, as individuals, families, and communities, to reclaim the conversation around "learning," and to do so in such a way as to recognize the inherent worth and value of every student, with the ultimate goal of helping them become self-directed and agents of their own learning. Associated with the FutureofEducation.com interview series. Posting policy: self-serving links to commercial sites, or links or posts that are not relevant to the conversation here will be removed. Artwork courtesy of flickr-1542693364-original.jpg

Kirsten Winkler

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A strong academic and operationally validated Ed Tech solution/product, which has the commercial viability to have a sustainable lifecycle and a sustainable market, is of course, the aim. http://buff.ly/1WMDNUV
#education   #technology   #edtech  
Dan Sandhu explains the importance of balancing education and technology aspects in edtech startups in order to make them viable businesses.
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Jayshree Sita

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Benefits of soaking almonds. Should we soak or not soak the almonds we eat? It depends. I do both...
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Don David Alegria

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Becoming smart from education, is an illusion. Awareness of true knowledge is superior. That is little and limited.

Can you agree?
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Jayshree Sita

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Is Anyone Listening?
Or perhaps the better question is: Is anyone writing this down? Article after article folks. If you are in education, as a student, faculty, or staff member, it is time to get vocal about this issue. We've had a couple of decades to try this out and this particular technological innovation has proven to be a net negative for learning outcomes. This is true even for the digital natives among the younger generation in higher education right now.

I love to do great things with technology and there are so many ways we can use technology to improve education; plenty of those ways are in the classroom. But not for students taking notes. If any other factor were as bad as laptops in the classroom (in terms of reducing performance) we'd have set fire to it long ago.

It's time to take this one seriously.
Students who take notes by hand outperform students who type, and more type these days, new studies show
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Cram

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Hate when this happens. #SOML
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Binnoy Panicker

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Pdf book link
https://gumroad.com/l/visualizingmaths-e-book

Blog link
https://visualizingmathsandphysics.blogspot.in

[1] How Sin( ) is a measure of how perpendicular two objects/ forces are.

[2] How cos is at measure of how parallel two forces/ objects are.

[3] i = Rotation by 90 degrees. i^2=Rotation by 180 degrees.
i^3 = Rotation by 270 degrees.
i^4= Rotation by 360 degrees.

[4] Transpose of a Matrix = Rotation by 180 degree.

Transpose of (Transpose of) a matrix = Rotation by 360 degrees.

[5] e^i(angle) = rotation by that angle.

[6] sin(30) = 1/2 because at 30 deg the influence of a force/object reduces to half.

For example the shadow of a stick reduces to 1/2 at 30 deg.

[7] A x B = |A| |B|sin(angle btwn A & B).

total combined impact in cross product depends upon.. . . . .
how strong A is
how strong B is.
How perpendicular A and B are w.r.t each other.

e.g A ball hitting a wall will produce max impact at 90 deg.

Pdf book link
https://gumroad.com/l/visualizingmaths-e-book

Blog link
https://visualizingmathsandphysics.blogspot.in


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Binnoy Panicker

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Pdf book link
https://gumroad.com/l/visualizingmaths-e-book

Blog link
https://visualizingmathsandphysics.blogspot.in

[1] How Sin( ) is a measure of how perpendicular two objects/ forces are.

[2] How cos is at measure of how parallel two forces/ objects are.

[3] i = Rotation by 90 degrees. i^2=Rotation by 180 degrees.
i^3 = Rotation by 270 degrees.
i^4= Rotation by 360 degrees.

[4] Transpose of a Matrix = Rotation by 180 degree.

Transpose of (Transpose of) a matrix = Rotation by 360 degrees.

[5] e^i(angle) = rotation by that angle.

[6] sin(30) = 1/2 because at 30 deg the influence of a force/object reduces to half.

For example the shadow of a stick reduces to 1/2 at 30 deg.

[7] A x B = |A| |B|sin(angle btwn A & B).

total combined impact in cross product depends upon.. . . . .
how strong A is
how strong B is.
How perpendicular A and B are w.r.t each other.

e.g A ball hitting a wall will produce max impact at 90 deg.

Pdf book link
https://gumroad.com/l/visualizingmaths-e-book

Blog link
https://visualizingmathsandphysics.blogspot.in


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john bennett

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Being too Busy to Think
http://goo.gl/U7myXH
The BIG Issue: Exhausted Teachers cannot reform For so many reasons most teachers I talk to say that they are busy. Busier year after year. Burnout Burnout often affects people in helping professions: lawyers, docto...
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upsc-guru

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UPSC Lecture: Alexander in India.
This lecture is useful for UPSC civil services examinations that is IAS, IPS, IFS etc. CSD, NDA, MPSC, Olympiad etc.
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