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algebra is a language. Using tangible objects to understand and to converse with others by age two, in the language of algebra to engage students and promote cooperation in groups.
Algebra is art,any way you look at it-if you have students in wood shop, homemaking, sewing class or gardening-students will come up with their own algebra works, formulae solutions and tools.
There has never been an algebra toy even though everything in life is algebra.I made this algebra “train” out of clay-make your own and measure it to help you with your algebra homework/test.
define all terms in algebra and put a picture with it,or it is meaningless. (motivation v boredom) Know or understand what letters and other general symbols represent relationships, quantities, how much, how far, how many,which way, direction in formulae which is given, is standard accepted symbols and equations, bases for comparing two or more ‘things’ or relativity. The system of algebra based on relativity and structure of things in relation to other things.
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15 triangle concepts: equilateral triangle, isosceles triangle, scalene triangle, right triangle, obtuse triangle, acute triangle, equilateral triangle, isosceles acute triangle, scalene acute triangle, isosceles obtuse triangle, scalene obtuse triangle, isosceles right triangle, scalene right triangle, legs of a right triangle, and hypotenuse.
Malcolm Byrne is the author most recently of “Iran-Contra: Reagan’s Scandal and the Unchecked Abuse of Presidential Power” (U. Press of Kansas, 2014)
Twenty-eight years ago, on November 4, 1986, The New York Times published a story – based largely on a Lebanese press account – that blew the lid off one of the more bizarre U.S. foreign policy initiatives of modern times.[i] The day before, on November 3, a Lebanese magazine had reported that the Ronald Reagan administration had been enmeshed in secret negotiations with Iran over the fate of American hostages being held by forces in Lebanon (see Document 1). What’s more, the administration had reportedly sent an envoy, former National Security Advisor Robert McFarlane, to Tehran for talks. The revelations came as a particular shock to American readers because…
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#SimoneManuel ‘s Olympic gold medal in swimming History of slave african divers“our men had very great toil in the capture of Africans who were swimming,
for they dived like cormorants”History of slave African diver’s swimming mimics the cormorants bird fishing,for a living-pearl diving as slaves.
When European invaders came to North and South America in the 1600s, most of them didn’t know how to swim, because people had stopped swimming in Europe by that time. Some boys did swim a little, especially poor boys who had more freedom, but they didn’t know the crawl stroke and could only dog-paddle. Girls probably didn’t get much chance to swim.
To do jobs that required swimming, these Europeans first forced Native Americans to swim for them, and then forced West African people to come to North and South America as slaves to swim. Some of these West African people worked as pearl divers off the coast of Venezuela.
A Massachusetts law of 1773 said that people couldn’t go swimming on Sundays (because they should go to church instead), so at least some people knew how to swim. About the same time, Benjamin Franklin knew how to swim.
March 2006 !e Journal of American History 1327
Enslaved Swimmers and Divers in the
Long before a single coastal or interior West African was enslaved and cargoed off to toil the length of his days under the skies of the New World, many had become adept swimmers and underwater divers. West Africans often grew up along riverbanks, near lakes, or close to the ocean. In those waterways, many became proficient swimmers, incorporating this skill into their work and recreation. When carried to the Americas, slaves brought this ability with them, where it helped shape generations of bondpeople’s occupational and leisure activities. From the age of discovery up through the nineteenth century, the swimming and underwater
diving abilities of people of African descent often surpassed those of Europeans and
their descendants. Indeed, most whites, including sailors, probably could not swim. To reduce drowning deaths, some philanthropists advocated that sailors and others learn to swim. In 1838 the Sailor’s Magazine, a New York City missionary magazine, published the inscription on a city placard titled “Swimming.” It read: “For want of knowledge of this noble art thousands are annually sacrificed, and every fresh victim calls more strongly upon the best feelings of those who have the power to draw the attention of such persons as may be likely to require this art, to the simple fact, that there is no difficulty in floating or swimming.” Similarly, !eodorus Bailey Myers Mason’s 1879 pamphlet, !e Preservation of Life at Sea, claimed, “!e great majority of people cannot swim, and strange as it may seem to you, there are many who follow the sea as a profession who cannot swim a stroke.” Mason then proclaimed that, as part of their instruction, all United States Naval Academy cadets should be taught to swim.
Long before the Portuguese ventured down the West African coast, many Africans
had become skilled swimmers, divers and surfers. In one of their first
recorded encounters, the Portuguese were amazed by the swimming and underwater
diving abilities of the Africans. The Portuguese navigator João Gonçalves
Zarco noted that his men had considerable difficulty capturing
Senegambian canoemen after they leaped into the water to avoid capture, saying
“our men had very great toil in the capture of those who were swimming,
for they dived like cormorants, so that they could not get hold of them.”2
Slaves’ expertise in underwater diving, moreover, was one of the first African
skills that New World slaveholders exploited, in the process generating considerable
profit. At the turn of the seventeenth century Pieter de Marees explained
that Venezuelan slaveholders sought Gold Coast Africans to employ as pearl
[t]hey are very fast swimmers and can keep themselves underwater
for a long time. They can dive amazingly far, no
less deep, and can see underwater. Because they are so good
at swimming and diving, they are specially kept for that purpose
in many Countries and employed in this capacity where
there is a need for them, such as the Island of St. Margaret in
the West Indies, where Pearls are found and brought up from
the bottom by Divers.3
Indiana governor, Mike Pence, might be a long shot candidate for the presidency as of 2014, but with the Koch brothers support he is sure to make a big splash in the 2016 presidential election.
Mike Pence attended a recent off-the-record New York dinner party that was hosted by the conservative magazine “The American Spectator”. Pence was seated with David Koch. Koch’s family foundation is one of the largest donors to The American Spectator, which operates as a 501(c) 3 non-profit.
It was a marriage of money and power last night at The Spectator magazine’s summer party.
David Cameron, George Osborne and Pippa Middleton turned out to celebrate the weekly Conservative magazine, which focuses on political and current events.
OxyContin abuse spreads from Appalachia across U.S.
With 618,000 employees, it is world’s third-largest private employer, the largest European and African private employer, and among the largest on the London Stock Exchange. G4S was founded in 2004 by the merger of the UK-based Securicor plc with the Denmark-based Group 4 Falck.
G4S has its origins in a guarding business founded in Copenhagen in 1901 by Marius Hogrefe, originally known as København Frederiksberg Nattevagt (English: Copenhagen and Frederiksberg Night Watch) and subsequently renamed Falck (English: Falcon). In 2000, Group 4, a security firm formed in the 1960s, merged with Falck to form Group 4 Falck and by 2000 the company was described as “the world’s largest private security systems company”. In 2002 Group 4 Falck went on to buy The Wackenhut Corporation in the United States.
12 February 2016. By Kam …. A closer look at the global track record of G4S‘ human rights abuses, and use of force against the marginalised provides yet more
G4S “Carpet Karaoke” involves forcing an individual’s face down towards the carpet with such force that they are only able to scream inarticulately
G4S is a multinational security company, boasting operations in over 120 countries. It is the world’s third largest employer, and in their words ‘the leading global integrated security company specialising in the provision of security products, services and solutions.’
an alleviation of government accountability, with a new driving force searching for profit from the vulnerable, and the manufactured blind spots that come when political and media debate is so committed to maintaining the marginalised, to derision, vilification, dehumanisation and misrepresentation of BME groups, refugees, immigrants, low income groups and individuals, juveniles, young offenders, here, private unaccountable companies have been given authority.
Atos and G4S pay no corporation tax despite profiting from billions pounds worth of public sector contracts,
Atos (formerly Atos Origin) Member of UN Global Compact
Why stand we here idle? What is it that gentlemen wish? What would they have? Is life so dear, or peace so sweet, as to be purchased at the price of chains and slavery? Forbid it, Almighty God! I know not what course others may take; but as for me, give me liberty or give me death!
Patrick Henry https://youtu.be/UsK-SXOXhRU via @YouTube
As a general rule, cops can never break down your door to enter your home in a forced entry. Before entering your home, officers must knock, announce their …
The U.S. Supreme Court addressed the issue of police-created exigencies in the 2010 case of Kentucky v. King, involving police entry into an apartment after they heard movement in response to their knock on the door.
Fourth Amendment notwithstanding, we really do live in a world where screaming when an unidentifiable police officer points a gun at you through your window may be all it takes to authorize knocking your door off its hinges and dragging you outside in handcuffs.
no taxation without representation
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