Khan ha̍k-īⁿ

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Khan ha̍k-īⁿ sī chi̍t-ê bô-tì-ì-beh-thàn-chîⁿ ê kàu-io̍k cho͘-chit. I sī Salman Khan chhòng-pān kap hū-chek ūn-chok. Salman Khan siūⁿ beh hō͘ jīm-hô-lâng lóng ē-tàng ū ko-phín-chit ê kàu-io̍k, m̄-koán tī siáⁿ só͘-chāi. Chit ê ha̍k-īⁿ tī bāng-lō͘ téng-koân thê-kiong chhiau-koè 1,600-tè ê iáⁿ-phìⁿ[1]. Lāi-té ū sò͘-ha̍k , kho-ha̍k kap keng-chè ê.[2]

Chham-khó chu-liāu[siu-kái | kái goân-sú-bé]

  1. Spencer Michels (February 22, 2010). "Khan Academy: How to Calculate the Unemployment Rate". www.pbs.org (in eng-gí). Public Broadcasting Service. February 22, 2010 khòaⁿ--ê. 
  2. "Khan ha̍k-īⁿ ê bāng-chām" (in eng-gí). 2009-12-23 khòaⁿ--ê.