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View Resource Pathology Case Study: Cystic Intracerebral Tumor

This is a case study presented by the University of Pittsburgh Department of Pathology in which a 21-year-old man experienced an episode of seizures. The patient?s medical history and detailed description of her symptoms after admittance to the hospital are included in the ?Patient History? section. Results from a cranial MRI along with microscopic description and images from a frontal lobec...

View Resource Lessons in Electric Circuits Vol V Reference

A free series of textbooks on the subjects of electricity and electronics. These books DC, AC, Semiconductors, Electronics, Digital, Reference, and Experiments, and all related files are published under the terms and conditions of the Design Science License. Chapter 1: USEFUL EQUATIONS AND CONVERSION FACTORS Chapter 2: COLOR CODES Chapter 3: CONDUCTOR AND INSULATOR TABLES Chapter 4: ALGEBRA...

View Resource Shoplifting: Department of Justice Problem-Oriented Guides for Police

Provided by the U.S. Department of Justice (DOJ), this 66-page ?problem-oriented guide for police? is number 11 of the problem-specific guides series provided by the DOJ?s Office of Community Oriented Policing Services. The guide discuses problems of shoplifting and related problems, factors contributing to shoplifting, tips to aid the understanding of local shoplifting problems, and a discu...

View Resource Gender Issues In Science/Math Education (GISME)

This document lists annotated references related to gender issues in physics and science education. The document, which is in PDF form, contains over 700 annotated references and 1000 URLs.

View Resource The Electrician's Wheel of Laws Quiz

This interactive presentation, created by James Bourassa and hosted by the Electromechanical Digital Library, provides a detailed explanation of different physics laws regularly employed by electricians. The presentation performs rearrangements of Ohm's and Watt's laws, these respectively being V=IR and P=VI. Different formulas for calculating volts (V), power (P), resistance (R) and current...

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