This section consists of quizzes relevant to the chapter on Relative motion. Questions in this section can be answered by students studying in 9th - 12th standard. To work on the problems related to this chapter, understanding of vectors is essential. Hence questions related to vectors are also added to this section and students are initially requested to try questions and then proceed to actual problems on relative motion.
This section consists of quizzes relevant to the chapter on Kinematics and focussed on Graphs and its analysis related to kinematics. Questions in this section can be answered by students studying in 9th - 12th standard.
This is the first of the Visuals Course Series. This module explains and shows the different types of visuals that can be used by care staff, a parent or carer at home, or others in a professional care setting to use with anyone who may have difficulty communicating with the spoken word, for whatever reason.Presented by Marijke Morris of CATTS Ireland, Speech & Language and Occupational Therapy Services.
Creator: Joe Morris - Publisher: Joe Morris
Subject: Health (Other) - Audience: Students - Educational level: Association
Language: English - License: All rights reserved - Time updated: Wednesday, 13 April 2016, 5:05 PM
This section consists of quizzes relevant to the chapter on Kinematics. Questions in this section can be answered by students studying in 9th - 12th standard. These questions are a bit difficult as compared to the elementary ones seen in KIN01: Basic Kinematics
This is a taster course run over the summer you can self enrol Using the KEY 'FREE' after you have registered as a user on the site you will be able to participate in a cut down version of the course FREE for 7 days.
To access the full course contact the tutor for more details.
Most entrepreneurs start businesses in areas which they already have experience.
Most entrepreneurs use personal savings to finance themselves when they begin. Start--up money often comes from friends and family. Many immigrants are likely to become entrepreneurs.
This course will enable individuals to consider their Bussiness idea and write a business plan.
Creator: Eddie Cottis - Publisher: Eddie Cottis ecinformationsystems.com
Tags: Business employment - Subject: Personal Management Training - Audience: Students - Educational level: Corporate
Language: English - License: All rights reserved - Time updated: Monday, 14 March 2016, 3:12 PM
COST OF COURSE: $300
Everybody can count 1, 2, 3. But solving competition counting problems is not easy. Counting related problems appear in various contents at all levels from AMC8 to IMO. For example, 2015 AIME I has 3 such questions of 15 in total. That is 20% of the total score!
Counting does not involve lots of complex formulas. With that said, to be good at counting will require systematic training. Knowing how to analyze and approach a problem is far more important than just remembering some formulas.
This course can be divided into two parts: the basics and the techniques.
The basic part covers the following topics:
- Three fundamental Counting principles
- the addition principle
- the multiplication principle
- the inclusion-exclusion principle (Venn's diagram)
- The permutation and combination formulas
- Elementary probability
In addition to basic knowledge and formulas, pitfalls and cautions when working on competition problems are also emphasized. Collectively, these should provide students with solid foundation for further study.
The techniques part focuses on those patterns and solutions that can be directly employed to solve actual problems in an effective way. The vast majority of competition problems are based on well-known patterns. Therefore a strong contender should be familiar with them in order to avoiding spending time on inventing individualized solution during the contest.
If knowing basic knowledge and formulas is similar to knowing how a chess piece can move, mastering patterns is similar to mastering all these opening, tactics and so on. While many courses and books on the market stop at teaching formulas, this course will provide you with unique opportunity to learn and help improve competition performance in a meaningful way.
As an increasingly popular topic in recent competitions, geometric probability is also covered at the end of the course. Upon completing, students should be able to immediately recognize and effectively solve such problems. An example of geometric probability question is 2015 AMC10A #25 / AMC12A #23.
The online course is organized into several sections. Each section contains a series of lessons. Each lesson comes with a video lecture, instant questions, and homework assignment. A video lecture may also embed interactive quizzes to ensure leaner's engagement. All homework will be reviewed and commented in time. The instructor will be happy to answer questions and provide suggestions. (email@example.com)
Creator: MathAllStar - Publisher: MathAllStar
Subject: Curriculum Studies - Audience: Students - Educational level: Secondary
Language: English - License: Creative Commons - Time updated: Wednesday, 20 January 2016, 5:47 PM
The cost to enrol in this course is $9.99.
This course is our A2 Elementary Level Course. It is recommended for students who have a basic level of English. The course has ten units with tutor marked assignments and a final A2 End of Course Exam.
Creator: Paul Preen - Publisher: Paul Preen
Tags: English, EAL, ESL, A2, English language - Subject: English Language - Audience: Students - Educational level: Secondary
Language: English - License: Creative Commons - Time updated: Tuesday, 8 September 2015, 11:00 PM