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To solve this, we need to remember some familiar elementary divisibility shortcuts, from which I’ve derived more specific rules for solving this puzzle.

By building applications that use sensors and other connected technologies as a foundation, organizations can derive real-world value from data and find new, creative ways to make the world better.

The startups are attacking every link in the supply chain, from manufacturing clothes with recycled materials to making dyes without petroleum-derived chemicals to creating biodegradable packaging.

If this tactic derives at least part of its power from the fact that we infer what people are like based on their families, it suggests our psychology is significantly genetically determined.

The group derived their number from the full catalog of exoplanet discoveries made by the Kepler space telescope from 2009 to 2018.

Much of this evidence is likely to be derived from real events, though taken out of context and exaggerated.

Five election misinformation campaigns to avoid resharingBy Starbird, West, & DiResta/The ConversationNovember 6, 2020Popular Science

Her contributions to several recent local group shows were mostly silhouettes of busy street scenes, derived from her own photographs.

George Washington University, after an eight-year battle with student activists, promised that by 2025 it will have divested from companies that derive most of their revenue from fossil fuels.

By teasing out this key ingredient and figuring out how to derive it from plants, Impossible Foods made a truly unique product.

First, its definition of “just” derives from public opinion surveys of Americans.

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