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"000 species) have: soft, fleshy bodies a tongue-like organ called a radula a hard, external shell--usually Photo &#169; The Marine Biological Laboratory Cephalopods (about 1,000 species) have: well developed brains a circulatory system with three hearts, veins, and arteries ink sacs--usually no external shell--in most cases Photo &#169; Kerry L. Werry 1995 They: live only in the sea use jet propulsion can rapidly change skin color and texture--in most cases Squids (about 500 species) have: long, cylindrical bodies 8 arms and 2 tentacles--usually an internal, blade-shaped gladius fins Photo &#169; The Marine Biological Laboratory Can you find the cephalopod?"
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"002:134 Ecology 4 s.h. Adaptations of organisms to their physical, biological environments;"
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"0021 Human Development II: Early Childhood 2 pts E63."
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"002.27 Erosion is the wearing away of the land surface by water, wind, ice, or other geologic agents and by such processes as gravitational creep."
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"002.31A Hardland Grassland is a term commonly used to distinguish the silty and clayey grassland areas from those of the sandy grassland areas."
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"0.02kg water liquid at 373K steam at 373K ."
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"0.04593 kg Used a triple beam balance to mass a golf ball."
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"005 Design of Heat and Energy Transfer Systems."
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".006) Throwing Objects from a Bicycle -"
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".007 THROWING OBJECTS FROM BICYCLE: No object shall be thrown from a moving or stationary bicycle."
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"0.0 Chameleon helps to maintain large websites which are composed of many files."
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"00 Science in Society Personal Needs 4.2 ab CURRICULAR CORRELATIONS GRADE: First CONTENT STANDARD: Physical Science CONTENT TOPIC: Simple Machines/Technology CONCEPT: Work involves movement of objects through a distance."
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"00 To understand condensation and evaporation and their relationship to the water cycle INSTRUCTIONAL OBJECTIVES: The learner will: 1.01 define condensation."
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"00 To understand physical and chemical changes in matter INSTRUCTIONAL OBJECTIVES: The learner will: 3.01 identify properties of materials as they undergo physical "
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"00 To understand safety in the use of machines INSTRUCTIONAL OBJECTIVES: "
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"00 To understand the differences among producers, consumers, and decomposers INSTRUCTIONAL OBJECTIVES: The learner will: 1.01 define a producer, a consumer, and a decomposer."
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"00 To understand the life cycle of non-seed bearing plants INSTRUCTIONAL OBJECTIVES: The learner will: 4.01 illustrate the life cycle of a fern."
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"00 To understand the meaning of temperature INSTRUCTIONAL OBJECTIVES: The learner will: 3.01 relate air temperatures to Celsius and Fahrenheit thermometer scale readings."
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"00 To understand the relationship of the earth and sun in changing from day to night INSTRUCTIONAL OBJECTIVES: The learner will: 3.01 understand that day and night are caused by the rotation of the earth."
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"01/03/00 - "What MP3 player should I use?""
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"01 April 1969 The ATM would be a manned solar observatory making measurements of the Sun by telescopes and instruments above "
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"01 April 1969 The ATM would be a manned solar observatory making measurements of the Sun by telescopes and instruments above the Earth's atmosphere."
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"01 - Compare the physical properties of ice, liquid, water, and vapor."
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"01 Earthly Seasons PURPOSE: To show that the seasons are the consequence of the tilt of earth."
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"0.1% water can lower the melting temperature of peridotite by 100 C."
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"( 020 ) Celsius &#176;C The international temperature scale where water freezes at 0 (degrees) and boils at 100 (degrees)."
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"02/15/00 - Global warming ruffles wildlife Climate change may be disrupting the hibernation and migration patterns of animals and birds, according to a recent study."
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"0.216 kJ 0.0108 kJ 0.0180 kJ 240 kJ 216 kJ ANSWER The normal boiling point of a substance is defined to be the temperature at which the liquid phase of the substance is in equilibrium with the gas phase at 1 atm pressure."
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"02 EARTH - MOON SYSTEM A large ball and a small ball at the ends of a rod represent the Earth and the Moon."
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"02 life 2c: Many characteristics of an organism are inherited from the parents."
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"02 - Make observations using a combination of senses and communicate observations."
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"*02* References/Lifestage Reference Numbers General 01, 02 Important 02 Environmental Associations Lifestage Environmental Association Adult Substrate: Mud or silt Adult Substrate: Sand Adult Substrate: Rocks - large stone masses Adult Relation to Substrate: Specified in Comments Adult Bottom Type: Mud or silt Adult Bottom Type: Sand Adult Bottom Type: Gravel - mixture of pebble and stone fragments Adult Bottom Type: Rubble - rough, irregular Adult Water Depth Utilized: Specified in Comments Adult Aquatic Habitat: Pool Adult Riparian Habitat: Specified in Comments Breeding Adult Water Temp."
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"02 Seasonal Tilt PURPOSE: To show that the seasons on the earth are due to the tilt of the axis."
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"03-06T21:51:00Z 4 748 4264 School District of Coleman 35 8 5236 9.2720 0 0 English Language Arts A. Reading/Literature A.4.1 Use effective reading strategies to achieve their purposes in reading A.4.2 Read, interpret, and critically analyze literature A.4.3 Read and discuss literary and nonliterary texts in order to understand human experience A.4.4 Read to acquire information B. Writing B.4.1 Create or produce writing to communicate with different audiences for a variety of purposes B.4.2 Plan, revise, edit, and publish clear and effective writing B.4.3 Understand the function of various forms, structures, and punctuation marks of standard American English and use them appropriately in written communications C. Oral Language C.4.2 Listen to and comprehend oral communications D. Language D.4.1 Develop their vocabulary and ability to use words, phrases, idioms, and various grammatical structures as a means of improving communication E. Media &amp; Technology E.4.1 Use computers to acquire, organize, analyze, and communicate information F. Research &amp; Inquiry F.4.1 Conduct research and inquiry on self-selected or assigned topics, issues, or problems and use an appropriate form to communicate their findings Math A. Mathematical Processes A.4.2 Communicate mathematical ideas in a variety of ways, including words, numbers, symbols, pictures, charts, graphs, tables, diagrams, and models* A.4.3 Connect mathematical learning with other subjects, personal experiences, current events, and personal interests D. Measurement D.4.1 Recognize and describe measurable attributes*, such as length, liquid capacity, time, weight (mass), temperature, volume, monetary value, and angle size, and identify the appropriate units to measure them E. Statistics &amp; Probability E.4.1 Work with data in the context of real-world situations by formulating questions that lead to data collection and analysis determining what data to collect and when and how to collect them collecting, organizing, and displaying data drawing reasonable conclusions based on data Science A. Science Connections A.4.1 When conducting science investigations*, ask and answer questions that will help decide the general areas of science being addressed B. Nature of Science B.4.1 Use encyclopedias, source books, texts, computers, teachers, parents, other adults, journals, popular press, and various other sources, to help answer science-related questions and plan investigations C. Science Inquiry C.4.1 Use the vocabulary of the unifying themes* to ask questions about objects, organisms, and events being studied C.4.2 Use the science content being learned to ask questions, plan investigations*, make observations*, make predictions*, and offer explanations* C.4.3 Select multiple sources of information to help answer questions selected for classroom investigations* C.4.5 Use data they have collected to develop explanations* and answer questions generated by investigations* C.4.6 Communicate the results of their investigations* in ways their audiences will understand by using charts, graphs, drawings, written descriptions, and various other means Social Studies A. Geography: People, Places, and Environments A.4.2 Locate on a map or globe physical features such as continents, oceans, mountain ranges, and land forms, natural features such as resources, flora, and fauna;"
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"( 030 ) Deliquescent Melting and becoming a liquid by absorbing moisture."
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"0360 Transmission and scattering of radiation Keywords/Free Terms: Atmospheric absorption, solar radiation, water vapor absorption, cloud absorption Geophysical Res."
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"038 Understand the human muscular, skeletal, and integumentary systems."
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"03 Electrochemical Devices which use chemical processes to Energy Storage produce electricity, such as electric batteries and electrical fuel cells."
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"0-400 NTU Turbidimetric/Pocket&#153; Turbidimeter MEL P/A Safe Drinking Water Laboratory When you need to check the potability of a water source, the MEL P/A Lab provides fast, easy testing."
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"05/11/01 - Pests and weeds to dominate Earth London: Evolution scientists yesterday warned of the spread of a global "pest and weed" environment, with animals and plants such as rats, cockroaches, nettles and thistles flourishing at the expense of more specialised wild organisms."
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"...$0.5 112930................... Fur-Bearing Animal and Rabbit .............. Production."
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"0.5-2 unit Climate, geology, plants, animals, and human history, emphasizing ecological adaptations to a cold mountain environment in the vicinity of one of the southernmost large glaciers in North America."
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"05 A simple electromagnet can be made with a nail wrapped with insulated wire."
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"[05] STATE MINISTER ONAL: - ''TURKEY'S RATING NOTE WILL INCREASE THIS SUMMER'' NEW YORK - Recep Onal, the State Minister, said on Wednesday that Turkey's rating note will increase this summer."
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"(06/09/99) Raw -- Colloquially descriptive of uncomfortably chilly weather, usually meaning cold, damp, cloudy and windy."
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".06 Automotive Wrecking Yard: The dismantling or wrecking of used motor vehicles or trailers, or the storage, sale, or dumping of dismantled or wrecked vehicles or their parts."
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"0.7 bya age of multicellular organisms cells of multicellular organism can specialize for specific functions -leads to tissues, organs, etc. and allows for increasingly complex and organized life forms."
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"08.04.11.99 Mojave Desert 05.02.24.99;"
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"08/28/1999 The Need for Speed in BWCA Tree Removal The ongoing effort to reduce fire risk from felled trees has many concerned."
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"(08.40) A. RELIGION (08.41) Gods and the Origins of Religion All living organisms constantly compete for limited resources."
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"0,8% Rural water supply4 Access to tap water in house 13% Communal water taps 55% No formal access to water 32% Main source of energy1 For cooking Electricity from public supply 49,7% Electricity from generator / battery / solar energy 0,2% Gas 4,8% Paraffin 17,2% Wood 22,8% Coal 5,1% Other 0,1% For heating Electricity form public supply 48,5% Electricity from generator / battery / solar energy 0,2% Gas 1,8% Paraffin 13,3% Wood 28,3% Coal 7,6% Other 0,3% For lighting Electricity from public supply 55,3% Electricity from generator / battery / solar energy 0,6% Gas 1,1% Paraffin & "
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"09/06/01 - Cellular Respiration Cellular respiration is a process by which cells harvest the energy stored in food."
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"09/08/00 - North Pole Discover the secrets of the two north poles - the geographic north pole and the magnetic north pole."
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"09-35-3717 The Magnetic Field Electric current in long straight wire produces a field which circles the wire."
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"0.94633 liter 1 liter ........................................ 0.26418 gallon 1 gallon ....................................... 3.78533 liters Measure of Volume 1 cubic meter .............................. 35.3145 cubic feet 1 cubic meter .............................. 1.3079 cubic yards 1 cubic foot ..............................."
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"0 Introduction 1 Food chain: producers, consumers, scavengers, and decomposers (defined);"
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"0K is actually -273.15 degrees Celsius or -459.76 degrees Fahrenheit, another two scales of temperature used in daily life."
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"0] MAGNIFICATION BY MICROSCOPE LENSES Compound microscopes magnify small things and allow us to see more detail."
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"0) Moon Phases &amp; Earth Phases over 1 Lunar Month Moon Phases seen from Earth (3.2Mb QuickTime Movie) Earth Phases seen from the Moon (3.0Mb QuickTime Movie) These movies show time-lapsed views of what (a) an astronomer on earth would see looking up at the Moon, and (b) what an astronaut standing on the Moon's near-side at the location of the Apollo 17 landing (Taurus-Littrow Valley) would see looking up at the Earth at the same time over the course of a little over 1 Lunar Synodic Month."
{ "score": [ 0.93, 0.93, 0.75, 0.94 ], "tuple_text": [ "(Earth Phases over 1 Lunar Month Moon Phases; seen; from Earth)", "(Earth Phases; looking; up; at the Moon)", "(Earth Phases; seen; )", "Context(Earth Phases seen,List([105, 122))):(These movies; show; time-lapsed views of what (a) an astronomer on earth)" ], "context": [ "", "", "", "Earth Phases seen,List([105, 122))" ], "arg1": [ "Earth Phases over 1 Lunar Month Moon Phases", "Earth Phases", "Earth Phases", "These movies" ], "rel": [ "seen", "looking", "seen", "show" ], "arg2s": [ [ "from Earth" ], [ "up", "at the Moon" ], [ "" ], [ "time-lapsed views of what (a) an astronomer on earth" ] ] }
"/ (0) | Net-tools Net-tools collections of programs to control Linux networking."
{ "score": [], "tuple_text": [], "context": [], "arg1": [], "rel": [], "arg2s": [] }
"0 Parts of a Tree and Plant Seed Cycle -"
{ "score": [], "tuple_text": [], "context": [], "arg1": [], "rel": [], "arg2s": [] }
"***** 0 Ratings 0 Reviews Kids' Party Mix Submitted by: Valerie This snack mix combines candy coated chocolate pieces, pretzel sticks, Cheddar cheese crackers and raisins."
{ "score": [ 0.95, 0.94, 0.38 ], "tuple_text": [ "(Valerie; combines; candy coated chocolate pieces, pretzel sticks, Cheddar cheese crackers and raisins)", "(candy; coated; chocolate pieces, pretzel sticks, Cheddar cheese crackers and raisins)", "(Mix Submitted; [is] Party [of]; Reviews Kids)" ], "context": [ "", "", "" ], "arg1": [ "Valerie", "candy", "Mix Submitted" ], "rel": [ "combines", "coated", "[is] Party [of]" ], "arg2s": [ [ "candy coated chocolate pieces, pretzel sticks, Cheddar cheese crackers and raisins" ], [ "chocolate pieces, pretzel sticks, Cheddar cheese crackers and raisins" ], [ "Reviews Kids" ] ] }
"0 | | Stromatolite Fossils in Hakatai Shale | Comanche Point Vicinity | Cape Solitude | Havasu Canyon | South Rim Trail | Hermit's Trail to Dripping Springs | Grand Angel Traverse | Under Construction by Bob's Rock Shop Havasu Canyon - Hualapai Hilltop to Beaver Falls Location: Havasupai Indian Reservation / Grand Canyon National Park Geological Formations: Toroweap Formation, Coconino Sandstone, Hermit Formation, Supai Group, Surprise Canyon Formation, Redwall Formation, Muav Limestone, Travertine Deposits Other Attractions: Supai Indian village, several of the largest and most beautiful waterfalls in Grand Canyon, pools and swimming holes in Havasu Creek, extensive riparian areas, late 1800s mining activity and relics Hiking Difficulty: Easy to Moderate for two day and longer hikes Access: No bus service or public transportation, good road (Highway 18) to parking lot at Hualapai Hilltop."
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"$100,000 to do an environmental clean up on properties the City acquired this year;"
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"$100,000 to the Alberni Valley Enhancement Association and Ducks Unlimited to restore part of the Somass River estuary as long-term habitat for fish and wildlife."
{ "score": [], "tuple_text": [], "context": [], "arg1": [], "rel": [], "arg2s": [] }
"10:00-11:00 WHEELS AND AXLES Students will be asked to move a heavy brick from one point to another using only axles."
{ "score": [ 0.91 ], "tuple_text": [ "(10:00-11:00 WHEELS AND AXLES Students; will be asked; to move a heavy brick from one point to another using only axles)" ], "context": [ "" ], "arg1": [ "10:00-11:00 WHEELS AND AXLES Students" ], "rel": [ "will be asked" ], "arg2s": [ [ "to move a heavy brick from one point to another using only axles" ] ] }
"100.02 Know the difference between a physical change and a chemical change in a substance (for example: producing new substances with different characteristics: popcorn - kernel, popped kernel, and silver - tarnish, cleaner)."
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"100.0 C through 315.6 C (212 F through 600 F) -- i.e. Steam, high temperature hot water."
{ "score": [], "tuple_text": [], "context": [], "arg1": [], "rel": [], "arg2s": [] }
"100.0 Demonstrate the difference between a physical change in a substance and chemical."
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"100.0 DEMONSTRATE THE DIFFERENCE BETWEEN A PHYSICAL CHANGE IN A SUBSTANCE (FOR EXAMPLE: ALTERING THE SHAPE, FORM, VOLUME OR DENSITY) AND A CHEMICAL CHANGE (FOR EXAMPLE: PRODUCING NEW SUBSTANCES WITH DIFFERENT CHARACTERISTICS)--"
{ "score": [ 0.91 ], "tuple_text": [ "(A CHEMICAL CHANGE (FOR EXAMPLE; PRODUCING; NEW SUBSTANCES)" ], "context": [ "" ], "arg1": [ "A CHEMICAL CHANGE (FOR EXAMPLE" ], "rel": [ "PRODUCING" ], "arg2s": [ [ "NEW SUBSTANCES" ] ] }
"(#100-303) Extra marbles recommended for: Gravity Drop , Rollercoaster , and Marble Launcher ."
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"1008 tubes of toothpaste;"
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"100 C = 212 F (boiling point of water)."
{ "score": [], "tuple_text": [], "context": [], "arg1": [], "rel": [], "arg2s": [] }
"100 C is made by boiling water on a stove."
{ "score": [ 0.73 ], "tuple_text": [ "(100 C; is made; )" ], "context": [ "" ], "arg1": [ "100 C" ], "rel": [ "is made" ], "arg2s": [ [ "" ] ] }
"100 C. is the boiling point of water."
{ "score": [ 0.94 ], "tuple_text": [ "(100 C.; is; the boiling point of water)" ], "context": [ "" ], "arg1": [ "100 C." ], "rel": [ "is" ], "arg2s": [ [ "the boiling point of water" ] ] }
"100 lbs = 50 oz water, and 3 grams water per gram carbos per day for maximum glycogen storage."
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": 100-M693-1-no.16 Covering peach trees to protect the fruit buds ;"
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"100 ml pineapple juice."
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"100 oak trees have been set out in Deering Oaks;"
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"100 o C is the boiling point of water."
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"100 tubes of toothpaste;"
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"(1.0) &#149; Analyze growth and development of humans (explain physical, mental, emotional, and social development, explain death as a stage in the human life cycle, explain ways in which human needs are satisfied)."
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"10.15 Use microscopes to observe a variety of cells from each of the kingdoms."
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Dataset Card for TupleInf Open IE

Dataset Summary

The TupleInf Open IE dataset contains Open IE tuples extracted from 263K sentences that were used by the solver in “Answering Complex Questions Using Open Information Extraction” (referred as Tuple KB, T). These sentences were collected from a large Web corpus using training questions from 4th and 8th grade as queries. This dataset contains 156K sentences collected for 4th grade questions and 107K sentences for 8th grade questions. Each sentence is followed by the Open IE v4 tuples using their simple format.

Supported Tasks and Leaderboards

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Languages

The text in the dataset is in English, collected from a large Web corpus using training questions from 4th and 8th grade as queries.

Dataset Structure

Data Instances

This dataset contains setences with corresponding relation tuples extracted from each sentence. Each instance should contain a sentence and followed by the Open IE v4 tuples using their simple format. An example of an instance:

{
  "sentence": "0.04593 kg Used a triple beam balance to mass a golf ball.",
  "tuples": {
    "score": 0.8999999761581421,
    "tuple_text": "(0.04593 kg; Used; a triple beam balance; to mass a golf ball)",
    "context": "",
    "arg1": "0.04593 kg",
    "rel": "Used",
    "arg2s": ["a triple beam balance", "to mass a golf ball"],
  }
}

Data Fields

  • sentence: the input text/sentence.
  • tuples: the extracted relation tuples from the sentence.
    • score: the confident score for each tuple.
    • tuple_text: the relationship representation text of the extraction, in the simple format of Open IE v4.
    • context: an optional representation of the context for this extraction. Defaults to "" if there's no context.
    • arg1: the first argument in the relationship.
    • rel: the relation.
    • arg2s: a sequence of the 2nd arguments in the realtionship.

Data Splits

name train
all 267719
4th_grade 158910
8th_grade 108809

Dataset Creation

Curation Rationale

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Source Data

Initial Data Collection and Normalization

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Who are the source language producers?

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Annotations

Annotation process

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Who are the annotators?

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Personal and Sensitive Information

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Considerations for Using the Data

Social Impact of Dataset

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Discussion of Biases

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Other Known Limitations

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Additional Information

Dataset Curators

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Licensing Information

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Citation Information

@article{Khot2017AnsweringCQ,
  title={Answering Complex Questions Using Open Information Extraction},
  author={Tushar Khot and A. Sabharwal and Peter Clark},
  journal={ArXiv},
  year={2017},
  volume={abs/1704.05572}
}

Contributions

Thanks to @mattbui for adding this dataset.