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Matter is all the “stuff” that exists in the universe. Everything you can see and touch is made of matter, including you!
Multiplying Decimals by Powers of 10 Video
Multiplying decimals by powers of 10 (10^(x))^( )
Created by: CK-12 Difficulty level: At Grade
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Mixed Operations (numbers to 100) - Example 1 Video
Fill in the missing sign ( + or - ) (numbers to 100)
Created by: CK-12 Subject: Arithmetic Difficulty level: Basic
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Multiplying by 6,7,8,9,11 and 12 - Example 2 Video
Understand the multiplication symbol ( Ã )
Created by: CK-12 Subject: Arithmetic Difficulty level: Basic
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Multiplication Sentences from Illustrations II (Numbers 2, 3, 4, 5, and 10) Video
Understand the multiplication symbol ( × )
Created by: CK-12 Difficulty level: At Grade
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Decimals Multiplication - Example 5 Video
Multiplying decimals by powers of 10 (10^(x))^( )
Created by: CK-12 Subject: Arithmetic Difficulty level: Basic
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Filling in the Missing + or - Sign (Numbers to 100) Video
Fill in the missing sign ( + or - ) (numbers to 100)
Created by: CK-12 Difficulty level: At Grade
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Multiplication Sentences from Illustrations II (Numbers 6, 7, 8, 9, 11 and 12) Video
Understand the multiplication symbol ( × )
Created by: CK-12 Difficulty level: At Grade
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The Relativity of Time - Example 1 Video
Determining the observed time interval in a fixed frame of reference using the equation t = t_0/√(1-v^(2)/c^(2) )
Created by: CK-12 Subject: Physics Difficulty level: Basic
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Newton's Law of Gravitation - Example 1 Video
Determining the effect of changing the distance between two objects or the masses of the objects on the force of gravity using the equation F = G (m[1 ]m[2]) /r^(2 )
Created by: CK-12 Subject: Physics Difficulty level: Basic
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Uniformly Accelerated Motion and Kinematic Equations - Example 2 Video
Solving problems using d = v[i] t + 1/2 at^(2 )
Created by: CK-12 Subject: Physics Difficulty level: Basic
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