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An angle measures the amount of turn. So how much has been turned?
Angles come up everywhere in life, which is why we need to learn about them.
The slope on roofs, so that rain and snow slide off. Pilots use angles to make sure they stay on course. They also use angles for taking off and landing to make sure they don’t come in too steep, in construction, and by animators.
In this video, we are going to learn about the different types of angles.
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To find the equation of a straight line from a graph, you first need to find the gradient and then secondly find the y-intercept.
The equation of a straight line is y=mx+c, where m is the gradient and c is the y-intercept.
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An acid is a substance that will dissociate in water to give a proton (or H+ ion) and a conjugate base. An acid is considered to be strong if dissociation nears 100%, and weak if dissociation is usually less than 1%.
In this lesson, we will learn about strong alkalis and weak alkalis.
Watch the final part of the 'using moles' videos, to complete your understanding of the chemical calculations topic.
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