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295 Chapter 28 How Do I Differentiate Instruction to Meet the Needs of All Learners? Should the desert tortoise be a pro- tected animal? Why or why not? Write a poem about how the desert makes you feel. Would you rather live in the desert in a big house or by the sea in a small one?
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D.J.Dunn 2 1. PURPOSE AND ORIGINS The PLC has its origins in the motor manufacturing industries. Manufacturing processes were partially automated by the use of …
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1–2 Powers of ten numbers are made up of the following parts: Coefficient The number before the multiplication symbol. (Example: 6.4 is the coefficient of 6.4 x 102). Base The number right after the multiplication symbol that is to be multiplied by itself.
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