- Why 5, 8 and 24 Are the Strangest Numbers in the Universe
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- Math Skills - Manipulation of Exponents
Scientific calculations are frequently handled by expressing quantities in scientific notation. Such operations require simple manipulation of exponents, usually exponents of 10. When the same base is used (e.g. 10), the following rules apply: When the operation involves multiplication, add the exponents algebrically.
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- Sonic Boom Meets Sun Dog
Living the Scientific Life (Scientist, Interrupted)
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- Amazon.com: The Crime of Reason: And the Closing of the Scientific Mind: Robert B. Laughlin: Books
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- Online scientific calculater
Here's a nice little utility for anyone wanting to do some scientific calculations online.
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- Laboratory Glassware, Lab Glassware, Glassware, Chemistry Glassware
Over 750,000 lab supplies including Laboratory Glassware, Scientific Glassware, Chemistry Glassware, Lab Glassware, Chemical Glassware and other lab supplies.
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- This View of Life
A beginner's guide to a science-based understanding of evolution.
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- Scientific American News Briefs
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- Scientific American
Scientific American Mind is a quarterly publication focusing on the workings of the mind and brain. Topics covered include autism, depression, schizophrenia, neuroscience, perception, brain development, intelligence, psychology and more.
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