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This lesson is a practical lesson about measuring the height of different objects in daily life. Through this lesson, we hope that students will learn how to use simple tools to measure the height of objects whose height cannot be measu...
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A distinguished political leader and relentless champion of free speech and women’s rights, Ayaan Hirsi Ali is one of today’s most admired and controversial public figures. She will be coming to MIT to discuss her latest book: Heretic: W...
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Stoichiometry is the study of the quantitative aspect of the chemical formula and reactions. Problem-solving in stoichiometry involves the calculation of the masses of other reactants consumed and other products formed with the aid of a ...
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This lesson is designed to introduce Multi-Criteria Decision Making (MCDM) methodology. Students can apply MCDM to a wide range of real-world decision contexts such as selecting a cellphone plan, choosing a roommate or teammate, deciding...
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This lesson explains the Friendship Paradox -- including the intuition behind the result, how we use graphs to formalize the paradox, and a proof of the paradox. While the primary learning objective is for students to learn how one pro...
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A BBC interview with Professor Ruth Perry about Mary Astell, a pioneering English feminist whose books were published a century before Mary Wollstonecraft. (Excerpt from Chawton House Library Conversations, June 2015 podcast.) Go to comp...
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