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Primenumber
A primenumber (or a prime) is a natural number greater than 1 that has no positive divisors other than 1 and itself. A natural number greater than 1 that is not a primenumber is called a composite number. For example 5 is prime, as only 1 and 5 divide it, whereas 6 is...

...Assignment answers
1. The educator as researcher, scholar and lifelong learner. (EDRHODG)
1) c
2) E
3) E
4) C
5) E
6) E
7) D
8) A
9) A
10) E
11) E
12) A
13) B
14) D
15) E
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19) E
20) D
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25) A
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30) D
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2. The educator in a pastoral Role (EDPHOD8)
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...of 27 otherwise identical balls is overweight. How can it be identified after 3 weighings with an old balance?
Ans: Weigh 9 against 9, then 3 against 3.
36. How many ways can you put 10 sweets into 3 bags so that each bag contains an odd number of sweets?
Ans 15 solutions. The first trick is to realise that if you put one bag inside another, then sweets in the inner bag are also in the outer bag. The only workable configuration is to put one bag inside another...

...THE LETTERS “N_NOS” APPEAR ON THE DISPLAY ENTER THE NUMBER OF
NEEDLES ON EACH HEAD (9, 12, 15, ETC..) THEN HIT SET. FOR TMFX AND TMEXC MACHINES PROCEED TO STEP 9.
5, THE MACHINE IS NOW ASKING FOR THE NUMBER OF NEEDLES ON EACH
HEAD, AND THE NUMBER OF HEADS ON THE MACHINE. USEING THE JOG
DIAL SELECT THE NUMBER OF NEEDLES, ( 9, 12, OR 15 ) AND PRESS THE
SET BUTTON.
***IF MACHINE IS A MULTIHEAD MACHINE NOW USING THE JOG DIAL, SELECT...

...1. | Explain 3 uses of pencil besides writing |
3. | Tell us about 3 interesting fact about yourself |
4. | Tell us how to make your favorite meal |
5. | Tell us about the hardest thing you ever done |
6. | If you were an animal what would you be? |
7. | A job I’d love to have |
8. | What has been the best day in your life? |
9. | Where do you see yourself in five years |
10. | How to become a millionaire? |
11. | My most unforgettable moment during my school.. |
12. | My...

...Adv. Physics – Unit 1 Homework
Linear Motion (Ch. 2 & 3)
Essential Questions:
1) How would you describe constant and accelerated motions?
2) How is motion represented graphically and analytically?
3) How does an x vs. t graph differ between constant and accelerated motions?
P. 52-53 #46, 48, 50, 53
P. 80-83 #58, 59, 87, 89, 98, 106
If I don’t give the answer, you will have to determine it yourself. SHOW YOUR WORK!
P. 52
50) 1.5x1011 m
53) 1.8 min
P. 80
87) a. 75 m...

...Solving the quadratic equations using the FOIL method makes the equations easier for me to understand. The Foil method, multiplying the First, Outer, Inner and Last numbers, breaks down the equation a little further so you understand where some of your numbers are coming from, plus it helps me to check my work.
Equation (a.) x^2 – 2x – 13 = 0
X^2 – 2x = 13 (step a)
4x^2 – 8x = 52 (step b, multiply by 4)
4x^2 – 8x + 4 = 52 + 4 (step c, add...

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