On this site, visitors can access thirty-five quizzes, each with five to ten questions, covering various aspects of physics. The topics here include: special relativity, Ohm?s lore, orbital mechanics, inside the a...
This website, from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT), features a Genetics course designed for undergraduates. This is one of many free on-line publications of course materials provided by MIT as part of...
The Southwest Center for Microsystems Education is a Regional Advanced Technology Education Center funded in part by the National Science Foundation. This page provides instructor and participant guides for the Making...
Solving Problems "By the Hundreds": A Study of Percentage and Its Applications in the Solution of Co
A unit that defines the word percent and explains the meaning of the percent symbol, and shows the relation between percentages and their equivalent fractions and decimals, giving a method for converting one form to the...
How do engineers display their ideas? This is the question this presentation looks to address. According to the site, the ?language of the industry? is a skill called drafting. This website, created by Eng...
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