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Dangling modifiers (video) | Khan Academy

Posted: (52 years ago) May 04, 2017  · hello grammarians hello Rosie hi Paige so in this video we're going to talk about something called a dangling modifier so before we get into what a dangling modifier is we can sort of talk about just what a modifier is Rosie do you want to tell us what the definition of a modifier is sure so well one major modifier that you think …

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Welcome to the Pets unit! (article) | Pets | Khan Academy

Posted: (52 years ago) Pets can help people who are lonely or stressed. Different kinds of pets have different qualities. For example, dogs are very loyal and will cheer you up, and rats are smart and learn things quickly. Each animal, of course, has a special personality too. In this unit, we’ll be reading and thinking about what makes the best kind of pet.

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Pets: vocabulary; Which Pet Is Right for You? 3 (practice ...

Posted: (52 years ago) Practice: Pets: vocabulary; Which Pet Is Right for You? 3. This is the currently selected item. Next lesson. Reading for understanding: fiction. Figurative language | Reading. Our mission is to provide a free, world-class education to anyone, anywhere. Khan Academy is a 501(c)(3) …

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3rd grade reading comprehension and vocabulary (topic ...

Posted: (52 years ago) 3rd grade ELA practice and instruction covering reading comprehension and vocabulary, around the topic of pets. Aligned to Common Core State Standards for Reading: Literature; Reading: Informational Text, and Vocabulary Acquisition and Use.

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Figurative language | Reading (video) | Pets | Khan Academy

Posted: (52 years ago) Jun 10, 2020  · Pets: vocabulary; Which Pet Is Right for You? 3 Our mission is to provide a free, world-class education to anyone, anywhere. Khan Academy is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization.

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Pets: unit vocabulary (article) | Pets | Khan Academy

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Pets: reading informational text; Which Pet Is Right for ...

Posted: (52 years ago) Our Canine Friends. Dogs are the most popular pet. Dog owners report that dogs are wonderful … Our Feline Friends. Cats are the second most popular pet. Cat owners like cats because they can take … Our Aquatic Friends. Freshwater fish are the third most popular pet. Fish can be kept in the smallest of …

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Summarizing nonfiction | Reading (video) | Khan Academy

Posted: (52 years ago) Apr 01, 2020  · Let's explore how they work for nonfiction! Close reading: informational text. Summarizing nonfiction | Reading. This is the currently selected item. What is a main idea? | Reading. Finding connections between ideas within a passage | Reading. Using text features to locate information | Reading. Practice: Pets: …

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Pets: reading realistic fiction; A New Pet 3 (practice ...

Posted: (52 years ago) Practice: Pets: reading realistic fiction; A New Pet 3. This is the currently selected item. Next lesson. Reading for understanding: poetry. What do pictures bring to a story? | Reading. Our mission is to provide a free, world-class education to anyone, anywhere. Khan Academy is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization. Donate or …

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Using text features to locate information | Reading (video ...

Posted: (52 years ago) hello readers today we're going to talk about how to use text features to find information in a piece of nonfiction writing like a textbook and encyclopedia entry or a news article information in these texts is organized with a specific purpose in mind the author wants you to be able to read the text features like a map so you can find the information that you need so the first text feature I ...

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Analyzing structure word problem: pet store (1 of 2 ...

Posted: (52 years ago) Analyzing structure word problem: pet store (1 of 2) Sal solves a word problem about the unknown number of bears, cats, and dogs in a pet store. This is part 1 where Sal uses a visual reasoning. Created by Sal Khan.

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Systems of equations with graphing (practice) | Khan Academy

Posted: (52 years ago) Setting up a system of equations from context example (pet weights) Our mission is to provide a free, world-class education to anyone, anywhere. Khan Academy is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization.

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Analyzing structure word problem: pet store (2 of 2 ...

Posted: (52 years ago) Sal solves a word problem about the unknown number of bears, cats, and dogs in a pet store. This is part 2 where Sal uses an algebraic reasoning. Created by Sal Khan. Google Classroom Facebook Twitter. Email. Modeling with rational functions. Analyzing structure word problem: pet store (1 of 2) Analyzing structure word problem: pet store (2 of 2)

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Setting up a system of linear equations example (weight ...

Posted: (52 years ago) Setting up a system of equations from context example (pet weights) Setting up a system of linear equations example (weight and price) This is the currently selected item. Practice: Creating systems in context. Interpreting points in context of graphs of systems.

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Creating systems in context (practice) | Khan Academy

Posted: (52 years ago) Setting up a system of equations from context example (pet weights) Setting up a system of linear equations example (weight and price) Practice: Creating systems in context. This is the currently selected item. Interpreting points in context of graphs of systems.

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Classical conditioning: Neutral, conditioned, and ...

Posted: (52 years ago) so I have a pet guinea pig and here she is and one thing that guinea pigs love like all pets do is when they get a treat now my guinea pig happens to love carrots and whenever I give her a carrot she acts very excited it's actually really cute to see her so excited and it makes me kind of jealous because I wish I could get so excited about a raw vegetable so imagine how much healthier I would ...

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Rounding decimals word problems (video) | Khan Academy

Posted: (52 years ago) Joey used 0.43 2 pounds of cheese to make mac and cheese for dinner we could also call this 430 mm pounds of cheese to make mac and cheese for dinner round the amount of cheese to the nearest tenth so the amount of cheese once again is zero point four three two pounds and just remember the places here this is going to be this is 4/10 so that's the tenths place this is the hundredths place and ...

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6th Grade Math | Khan Academy

Posted: (52 years ago) Learn sixth grade math for free—ratios, exponents, long division, negative numbers, geometry, statistics, and more. Full curriculum of exercises and videos.

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4th grade reading comprehension and vocabulary (topic ...

Posted: (52 years ago) 4th grade ELA practice and instruction covering reading comprehension and vocabulary, around the topic of growth mindset. Aligned to Common Core State Standards for Reading: Literature; Reading: Informational Text, and Vocabulary Acquisition and Use.

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Calculating the mean: data displays (practice) | Khan Academy

Posted: (52 years ago) a simplified proper fraction, like. a simplified improper fraction, like. a mixed number, like. an exact decimal, like. a multiple of pi, like or. chocolate chips. Created with Raphaël. Number of chocolate chips Chocolate chips in different. cookies in a package.

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Using matrices to manipulate data: Pet store (video ...

Posted: (52 years ago) In other videos, we saw how we can use matrices to represent real-world situations. Once we do that, we can also manipulate the matrices (using common matrix operations like addition, subtraction, and scalar multiplication) to reveal more information about the context. Here, we manipulate matrices that represent the inventory of dog food in a pet store chain.

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Systems of equations: trolls, tolls (1 of 2) (video ...

Posted: (52 years ago) Setting up a system of equations from context example (pet weights) Setting up a system of linear equations example (weight and price) Practice: Creating systems in context. Interpreting points in context of graphs of systems. Practice: Interpret points relative to a system. Next lesson.

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Statistical questions (video) | Khan Academy

Posted: (52 years ago) as we start exploring the world of statistics it's worth asking ourselves what is the word statistics even mean and statistics is really a broad category of things that you might do with data so it generally deals with data collecting data so actually let me write these down it's involving collecting data collecting data you could present data in tables or charts or just as lists of numbers or ...

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Testing a solution to a system of equations (video) | Khan ...

Posted: (52 years ago) is negative one comma seven a solution for the system of linear equations below and they give us the first equation is X plus 2y is equal to 13 second equation is 3x minus y is equal to negative 11 in order for negative 1 comma 7 to be a solution for the system it needs to satisfy both equations or another way of thinking about it x equals 7 and y I'm sorry X is equal to negative 1 this is the ...

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Dependent and independent clauses (video) | Khan Academy

Posted: (52 years ago) An independent clause is a sentence that has a subject and a verb and requires no extra information to understand. Dependent clauses, which start with subordinating conjunctions such as "while," "that," or "unless," give background information but cannot stand on their own as sentences.

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Veterinarian: responsibilities and salary (video) | Khan ...

Posted: (52 years ago) I'm Betsy fight nur I'm an associate veterinarian I'm 32 years old and my annual salary is 85,000 plus production assistants and technicians and myself were kind of like the core veterinary team typically it's myself with two support staff to actually with me a technician will walk into the room basically kind of interview the client figure out what they're here for what their problem is ...

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The future tense (video) | Verb tenses | Khan Academy

Posted: (52 years ago) hello grammar pals and welcome to the future full of jetpacks and spaceships and shiny jumpsuits and also the word will there's a lot of will in the future by which I mean that we use this word will to form the future tense in English so in the present tense you'd say I eat this cupcake that's the present but in the future you would say I will eat this cupcake because we use the future to talk ...

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Introduction to the semicolon (video) | Khan Academy

Posted: (52 years ago) hello grammarians in this video I'm going to tell you about a piece of punctuation called the semicolon which basically looks like a comma with a period on top of it the semicolon has a few uses but the basic sort of standard use is to link to closely related ideas that can stand on their own as individual sentences so that might sound a little weird you think there's two individual sentences ...

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Interpreting patterns on coordinate plane (video) | Khan ...

Posted: (52 years ago) 5.OA.B.3. Transcript. Sal examines the points on a number line and interprets the patterns to discover relationships. Created by Sal Khan. Number patterns. Graphing patterns on coordinate plane. Interpreting patterns on coordinate plane. This is the currently selected item. Interpreting relationships in ordered pairs.

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Veterinarian: college, vet school, and career ...

Posted: (52 years ago) growing up I actually was and probably the one exception that I did not want to be a veterinarian when I was younger and it really wasn't until I got to college I was a biology major I've always had a passion for science and nature really and I planned to be pre-med thought that I wanted to to go into the human health care and it really it was kind of throughout my my college experience a ...

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Rational equations word problem: eliminating solutions ...

Posted: (52 years ago) Analyzing structure word problem: pet store (2 of 2) Rational equations word problem: combined rates. Rational equations word problem: combined rates (example 2) Rational equations word problem: eliminating solutions. This is the currently selected item. Reasoning about unknown variables.

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Animal & human viruses (article) | Viruses | Khan Academy

Posted: (52 years ago) Viruses of humans and other animals. The Baltimore classification. HIV life cycle.

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Modern ways of studying the brain (video) | Khan Academy

Posted: (52 years ago) today we have many different ways of studying the brain and I want to go over a few of them here and in future videos we'll go into a lot more depth about each of these methods but I wanted to give you a quick overview of all of them in order to show you how they relate to one another and I'm going to split them into two broad categories those that tell us about brain structure and those that ...

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Theories of Emotion (video) | Emotion | Khan Academy

Posted: (52 years ago) so let's continue our discussion of emotions if you remember from the previous video emotion is made up of a series of cognitive physiological and behavioral responses to a stimulus but which response comes first and this is one of those topics that I think a lot of us take for granted it's something that occurs in everyday life but we generally don't break it down and think of it in these ...

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Solutions of systems of equations | Algebra (practice ...

Posted: (52 years ago) Setting up a system of equations from context example (pet weights) Setting up a system of linear equations example (weight and price) Practice: Creating systems in context. Interpreting points in context of graphs of systems. Practice: Interpret points relative to a system. Next lesson.

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Supporters | Khan Academy

Posted: (52 years ago) Learn for free about math, art, computer programming, economics, physics, chemistry, biology, medicine, finance, history, and more. Khan Academy is a nonprofit with the mission of providing a free, world-class education for anyone, anywhere.

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Slavery in the British colonies (article) | Khan Academy

Posted: (52 years ago) Slavery formed a cornerstone of the British Empire in the 18th century. Every colony had enslaved people, from the southern rice plantations in Charles Town, South Carolina, to the northern wharves of Boston. Slavery was more than a labor system; it also influenced every aspect of colonial thought and culture.

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Schemas, assimilation, and accommodation (video) | Khan ...

Posted: (52 years ago) according to Piaget all of us even very young children are constantly trying to make sense of the world around us and in order to do this we build schemas or mental models and we use these schemas as frameworks by which we organize and interpret new information so for Piaget cognitive development was all about the development of schemas but obviously in order for them to develop they need to ...

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Intuitive sense of probabilities (video) | Khan Academy

Posted: (52 years ago) what I hope to do in this video is give ourselves a more intuitive sense of probabilities so let's go back to an example that we've seen before we're rolling a fair six-sided die and so there are six possibilities we could get a 1 a 2 a 3 a 4 a 5 or a 6 now let's say we ask ourselves what is the probability of rolling of rolling a number that is less than or equal to less than or equal to 2 ...

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Raphael, Madonna of the Goldfinch (video) | Khan Academy

Posted: (52 years ago) Renea feat seein we're looking at a Raphael and this is the Madonna of the Goldfinch which is a really funny title this is a funny title st. John who we see here on the left is holding out a goldfinch the bird to the Christ child who stroked its head and the Goldfinch is a symbol of The Passion of Christ of Christ's suffering and so we have that idea that we often have of the foretelling of ...

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Coordinating conjunctions (video) | Khan Academy

Posted: (52 years ago) hello grammarians alright today I want to start talking about conjunctions and conjunctions are this part of speech that has a very particular function in English and what it does conjunctions unite words phrases and clauses let me let me show you an example so if you want to talk about two things you could say you could say peanut butter and jelly or if we're going to paraphrase Eddie Izzard ...

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Challenge: Cat Clicker | DOM events | HTML/JS: Making ...

Posted: (52 years ago) If you're seeing this message, it means we're having trouble loading external resources on our website. If you're behind a web filter, please make sure that the domains *.kastatic.org and *.kasandbox.org are unblocked.

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BONUS VIDEO – The Oxford comma (video) | Khan Academy

Posted: (52 years ago) More uses for commas. Commas in dialogue. Practice: Commas in dialogue, tag questions, direct address, and yes-or-no responses. Appositives. Practice: Appositives. BONUS VIDEO – The Oxford comma. This is the currently selected item. Next lesson. Apostrophes and contractions.

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Animal communication (article) | Ecology | Khan Academy

Posted: (52 years ago) Communication is usually between animals of a single species, but it can also happen between two animals of different species. Animals communicate using signals, which can include visual; auditory, or sound-based; chemical, involving pheromones; or tactile, touch-based, cues. Communication behaviors can help animals find mates, establish ...

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Using matrices to manipulate data: Game show (video ...

Posted: (52 years ago) In other videos, we saw how we can use matrices to represent real-world situations. Once we do that, we can also manipulate the matrices (using common matrix operations like addition, subtraction, and scalar multiplication) to reveal more information about the context. Here, we manipulate matrices that represent the possible prizes in a game show.

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