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The Center for Cultural Design presents this site on hexagonal weaving patterns. This site demonstrates how the Buckyball relates to traditional African weaving patterns. Students can use this site to make their own...
A continuation of a previous unit, expanding to talk about standard deviation, tell some stories about statistics, show what statistics is, and provide three computer programs to demonstrate activities one may do in...
Those interested in aerial photographs, satellite images, or maps as ways to conceptualize the world, will find this site interesting, entertaining, and educational. The US Dept. of Interior offers a National Atlas of...
It seems that a number of misconceptions about basic first-aid continue to be quite prevalent and, in some cases, their application can be quite harmful -- resulting in the exacerbatation of a simple injury. With the...
The Morbidity and Mortality Weekly Report (MMWR), produced by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), is a provisional series based on the compilation of data on specific diseases reported by United States...
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