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You may not know it, but fractals, like the air you breathe, are all around you. Their irregular, repeating shapes are found in cloud formations and tree limbs, in stalks of broccoli and c...

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Sometimes infinity is even bigger than you think... Dr James Grime explains with a little help from Georg Cantor.
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Minute Physics video on this topic http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=A-QoutHCu4o (somewh...

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Circumference means the same thing as perimeter, only for circles. Ergo ...
2B + PH and 2B + CH mean the same thing.
'B' stands for the area of the base. If the base of the prism is a rectangle, use length times width for B; it it...

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With linear pairs, you can usually see that one angle is acute and the other is obtuse; so they can't be congruent angles.
Vertical angles are not necessarily vertical in the sense of direction (up/down); they are across from each other.
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The first step is to isolate the absolute value expression. Remember that if you multiply or divide by a negative number, you change the direction of the sign; if you don't divide by a negative, then leave the sign alone. Also, you shouldn't distribute ...

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This is for all those times you have a point and a slope and you want to find the y-intercept and make a slope-intercept equation. Let's get Cartesian!
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If the absolute value of r is greater than one, the terms get bigger and bigger, and the sum of the series would be infinity....

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If a is negative, such as -3 to the x, it is still considered to be a growth function, but in the negative direction. In this case, 'b' is taken to be 3, while 'a' is negative one; so it ...

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Thanks to Ricky Cr for faithfully translating these math concepts so that now people can get the message about simplifying algebraic expressions in Punjabi! Math is the universal language.
Music: Gansta Beat by Omar
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Bill on Oprah's interview: "Didn't she used to interview midgets who want to bang their mailman's boyfriend?"-----
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Team Coco is the official YouTube channel of late night host Conan O'Brien, CONAN on TBS & TeamCoco....

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The notation we use for logarithms comes from Leonard Euler, though John Napier invented them about a century earlier....

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Sorry, said 'un Wunderkind' instead of 'ein Wunderkind.' Jämmerlich.
Here is another cool video on this topic: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=arf8wDP_MJE...

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Slope-intercept form, y = mx + b, solve for y, get everything else on the other side,
Slope-intercept form, y = mx + b, m is the slope, b is the y-intercept.
Move the entire x-term to the other side and change its sign,
And then divide by the nu...

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Complete the square, when you can't factor a polynomial,
Complete the square, the answer that you get might not be rational.
First divide by the coefficient of x squared,
Then add or subtract the constant from both sides (though it doesn't really have to...

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First work within the grouping symbols, then simplify the exponents,
Then you multiply or divide, then you add or subtract,
And that's the order of operations, listen to the words I'm saying to you,
We don't need more complications, let's just agree and m...

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Rectangle, a rectangle,
area is length times width with cursive l,
perimeter is twice the length plus twice the width.
Rectangles have all right angles, because recangle means 'right angle,'
so a square is a rectangle, but a rectangle is not a square.
T...

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To add and subtract fractions, you need a common denominator,
To multiply, you just times across,
To divide, flip and multiply.
You've got to simplify....

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The formula should technically be considered as 'the opposite of b over 2a.' As you can see from example 2, if b starts out as a negative number you have to switch it to positive.
Also, these kinds of problems can get tricky when fractions are involve...

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Things that seem different can have so much in common,
There are so many things that are interrelated,
Things that seem different can have a common factor....

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The difference of two squares is equal to the product of the sum and difference of their square roots....

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To distribute means to multipy whatever's outside of the parentheses by each and every term inside the parentheses.
a(b + c) = ab + ac, that's the distributive property.
When you're multiplying integers: positive times positive is positive, positive tim...

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Absolute value, you're unlike any girl I've ever known,
You're always positive. Yeah, you mean the distance from zero.
I like your vertical lines, they look like parentheses, but not quite.
Whether inside you're minus or plus, the result is positive bec...

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You can only add or subract if the variables and exponents are the same, just like you can only add or subtract fractions if they have the same denominator....

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Parallelogram, two pairs of parallel sides,
Parallelogram, squares, rectangles, and rhombi,
They're parallelograms, not trapezoids or kites,
Parallelogram.
And the sides of a parallelogram, the opposite sides are congruent,
And the angles of a p...

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An attempt at the well-known Chick Corea tune 'Captain Marvel'. I'm using the backing track from the Hal Leonard Chick Corea book, with John Patitucci on bass, and Steve Davis on drums....

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Corresponding angles are congruent, alternate interior angles are congruent, consecutive interior angles are supplementary, alternate exterior angles are congruent....

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A professor confiscates the phone of a student who is texting in class. He snaps the phone in two and throws it into a water glass. He then proceeds with his lesson as if nothing has happened. After a minute or so, the clearly perturbed student packs up a...

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A wonderful video on the effects of a lack of mathematical influence on the lives of country folk....

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A man is left with a broken arm, and a broken spirit - all because he added the exponents when collecting like terms....

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Mixing algebra and aerobic workouts, students show that in order to be in shape you do have to know a little about how to graph lines....

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Students choreograph a dance illustrating the reciprocal, using cards with a rational number on one side and its reciprocal on the reverse side. Reciprocals: rational numbers whose product is one - and that make us cheer and dance....

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Algebra Man (Mr. Fleisher) was making lesson plans, but things didn't go as he expected ... (Sorry to not give you the autograph, Mao, but I am literally swamped with such requests throughout the day, and I can't always do it. I don't mean to be one of "...

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He's into it, he likes math - a lot. Everyone has their preferences, it's important not to judge....

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Class performance of the song "Trapezoid" by Algebra Man, 3rd period. 1/2 h (b1 + b2) or 1/2 (b1 + b2) h....

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