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Pot Odds: When To Put Your Money Where Your Mouth Is by Johnny Profit
... are provided to make you a conservative money maker – no relation to Chris (him and Rainer should start a Losers R Us social club). All of the information I provide is not to make your playing experience more fun, it is not to make your poker playing experience more enjoyable. It is simply to make you money and do so on a consistent basis. A real professional takes a hit and gets up dusts himself off and walks back to the table the next day. This profession is definitely not for everybody.

Math Help Has Never Been This Entertaining by Katie Robbins
... the puzzle takes it one step further in that you not only have to follow the rules, but plan ahead. Planning ahead and using logic is an example of higher level thinking. These critical thinking skills will help you in math, science, and business. These are just two of hundreds of math websites to help get you started. Playing a math game is a learning experience. Math games supply the extra help needed for basic skills and extra challenge that will help you to improve your math skills.

The Science Museum: Not Just A Tourist Hotspot by Andrew Regan
... As an integral part of the National Museum of Science and Industry (which includes York's National Railway Museum and the National Museum of Photography, Film and Television in Bradford), the Science Museum plays a crucial part in the scientific education of much of Britain's population. If you're hoping to visit the Science Museum, you're sure to find a range of London hotels located in South Kensington through a variety of online travel sites.

Ensure Your Child's Success in Math - 10 Great Ways! by Susan Jarema
... Time spent exploring math with your child will help your child excel in other areas such as science, geography, music, art and problem solving. Our children can grow up to enjoy mathematics and we parents can learn along the way. Find an hour each week to share the wonders of mathematics with your child. Take some MATHemACTION in your own home. Remember, if not for math, we might still think that the earth was flat like a pancake!

Village Life in Upcountry Zambia by Charlotte Opperman
... And somewhere in their memories they have stored the image of the local football team bicycling one and a half hours to get to a big match, playing barefoot in the hot sun and then bicycling back to the village after their win. In retrospect, we think of the overland journey to Kawaza as a metaphor for our challenging adventure… a bumpy but exhilarating ride. It is not for the faint of heart, or for those who prefer to be close to a flush loo, but an extended visit to Kawaza will feed you a ...

Getting Your Kids Organized for School in 5 Quick Steps by Sara Pedersen
... computer lists (or even PDAs) for techie kids. When they learn of upcoming assignments, tests, or events, they should write them down in their planners. 5. Encourage color coding. Color affects our mood and memory. Let kids pick the colors of their folders and notebooks to correspond to different classes. If green reminds them of science, then they’ll know instantly to grab the green notebook when looking for their science notes. Copyright 2005 Time to Organize. All rights reserved.

Mathematics - We’re Counting on Help from Parents by Barbara Snyder
... Educators are counting on parents to play a significant role in supporting the educational process for children. You can find the acclaimed series “Helping Your Child Learn” at Copyright usage: No permission is needed to reproduce this story. The About The Author statement must remain in tact. We also request notification of where the article is being used so reciprocal links can be considered.

Computer...Take A Letter... A Speech Recognition Update by Grant Fairley
... “Today…is…a…beautiful…day…to…play…tennis…period” It was slow at 40 words per minute but still an amazing breakthrough of the science. In the late 1990s we finally had “continuous speech” where we could speak at our normal speaking speed. We still include the punctuation just as people do when they would be dictating a letter to their assistant. For those of us who used typewriters with whiteout or eraser ribbons - we can only dream of what our past might have been!

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