## SYN - Physics EducationSee all videos from this expert

### How Do Bombs Do Damage?

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There are three primary ways in which a bomb that detonates does damage.Find out about how bombs do damage with help from an experienced physics professional in this free video ...

## What Are Boson & Hadron Particles?

Bosons are a type of particle that we find in nature that obey a certain type of statistics. Find out about boson and hadron particles with help from an experienced physics professional in this free video clip. Hello, my name is Walter Unglaub and ...

## Describe the Concepts of Relative & Absolute Time

Absolute time is the notion of how time flows in the universe before the advent of the formulation of special relativity. Get a description of the concepts of relative and absolute time with help from an experienced physics professional in this free ...

## What Is the Difference Between First, Second & Third Class Levers?

The difference between first, second and third class levers lies in the relative positioning of three items. Find out about the difference between first, second and third class levers with help from an experienced physics professional in this free ...

## Equation for Manipulating Density

If we want to calculate the density in three dimensions, we have the Greek letter rho, which will stand for the density. Find out about an equation for manipulating density with help from an experienced physics professional in this free video clip. ...

## Explain What It Means When We Say a Substance Is Magnetic

If we have a substance and we call it magnetic, this can describe one of two things. Find out about what it means when we say a substance is magnetic with help from an experienced physics professional in this free video clip. Hello, my name is ...

## Are the Forces on an Object Balanced When the Net Force Is Zero?

Newton's second law describes the resultant effect of having several external forces acting on an object. Find out if the forces on an object are balanced when the net force is zero with help from an experienced physics professional in this free ...

## What Is "Gram-Equivalent"?

Gram-equivalent is a notion that is used in the fields of chemistry and chemical engineering. Learn more about gram-equivalent with help from an experienced physics professional in this free video clip. Hello, my name is Walter Unglaub and this is ...

## What Are Light-Absorbing Substances Called?

It turns out light-absorbing substances are referred to as pigments. Find out more about what light-absorbing substances are called with help from an experienced physics professional in this free video clip. Hello, my name is Walter Unglaub, and ...

## Which One of Copernicus' Theories Was Incorrect?

Copernicus is most famously known for his heliocentric view of the universe. Find out which of Copernicus' theories was incorrect with help from an experienced physics professional in this free video clip. Hello, my name is Walter Unglaub. And this ...

## How to Read Atomic Mass

Atomic mass is denoted by the symbol u, which stands for unified atomic mass unit. Read atomic mass with help from an experienced physics professional in this free video clip. Hello, my name is Walter Unglaub, and this is how to read atomic mass. ...

## What Is the Spectrochemical Series?

chemistry and in crystal theory, the spectrochemical series is actually a set of two lists that describes ligands, which are molecules or ions that bind to essential metal atoms. Find out about the spectrochemical series with help from an ...

## What Is Thrust?

Thrust is a type of reaction force due to the acceleration of matter in a separate direction. Find out more about thrust with help from an experienced physics professional in this free video clip. Hello, my name is Walter Unglaub, and this is what ...

## What Two Factors Determine the Atomic Radius of an Element?

There are several factors that determine the atomic size for any given element. Find out about the two factors that determine the atomic radius of an element with help from an experienced physics professional in this free video clip. Hello, my name ...

## What Type of Force Exists Between the North & South Magnetic Poles?

The south magnetic pole is located at the north geodetic or geographic pole. Find out what type of force exists between the north and south poles with help from an experienced physics professional in this free video clip. Hello, my name is Walter ...

## How Are the Velocity & the Centripetal Force Vectors Arranged in Circular Motion?

Velocity and centripetal force vectors are arranged in circular motion in a very specific way. Find out about how velocity and centripetal force vectors are arranged in circular motion with help from an experienced physics professional in this free ...

## Breaking Down Forces Into Components

A force is a vector, which means that it can be broken up into a set of orthogonal components. Learn about breaking down forces into components with help from an experienced physics professional in this free video clip. Hello, my name is Walter ...

## SYN - Biology & ChemistrySee all videos from this expert

### What Is C-Band?

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The C-band is a portion of the electromagnetic spectrum and it ranges from 4 gigahertz to 8 gigahertz. Find out more about the C-band with help from an experienced biology and ...

## What Chemicals Affect the Color of the Sky?

Chemicals that affect the color of the sky are really common and are found throughout nature. Find out what chemicals affect the color of the sky with help from an experienced biology and chemistry professional in this free video clip. Hi, I'm Robin ...

## How Are Chemistry & Biology Intertwined?

Chemistry and biology are intertwined to the point where they are essentially inseparable. Find out about how chemistry and biology are intertwined with help from an experienced biology and chemistry professional in this free video clip. Hi, I'm ...

## What Is the Dependent Variable of an Enzyme?

An independent variable equals the one that you manipulate and you are in control of. Find out about the dependent variable of an enzyme with help from an experienced biology and chemistry professional in this free video clip. Hi, I'm Robin Higgins, ...

## What Is the Function of a Dipeptide?

A dipeptide is just two amino acids joined together by a peptide bond. Find out about the function of a dipeptide with help from an experienced biology and chemistry professional in this free video clip. Hi, I'm Robin Higgins, and this is "what is ...

## Why Is Galactose Classified as a Simple Sugar?

Galactose can have a variety of different cyclic structures depending on the situation. Find out why galactose is classified as a simple sugar with help from an experienced biology and chemistry professional in this free video clip. Hi, I'm Robin ...

## What Does "HCI" Stand for in Science?

HCl is a chemical formula that is derived from two main elements. Find out what HCI stands for in science with help from an experienced biology and chemistry professional in this free video clip. Hi. I'm Robin Higgins and this is "What Does "HCl" ...

## How to Integrate Biology With Chemistry & Physics

Integrating biology with chemistry and physics is something that is done in the real world on a daily basis. Integrate biology with chemistry and physics with help from an experienced biology and chemistry professional in this free video clip. Hi, ...

## Who Was the Person to Discover Carbon?

The person to discover carbon isn't necessarily someone we know the name of. Find out about the person who discovered carbon with help from an experienced biology and chemistry professional in this free video clip. Hi, I’m Robin Higgins, and this ...

## SYN - Understanding MathSee all videos from this expert

### How to Go From Celsius to Fahrenheit

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Going from Celsius to Fahrenheit is a process known as conversion. Go from Celsius to Fahrenheit with help from a math expert in this free video clip. Hi, I'm Charlie Kasov. And ...

## What Is a Characteristic of a Line?

A characteristic of a line is the distinct geometry that it takes. Find out about a characteristic of a line with help from a math expert in this free video clip. Hi, I'm Charlie Kasov, and this is, "What is a characteristic of a line?" Now a ...

Dividing in your head quickly only requires that you remember a few key rules. Divide in your head quickly with help from a math expert in this free video clip. Hi, I'm Charlie Kasov. And this is how to divide in your head quickly. Now, divide in ...

## What Is the Longest Repeating Decimal?

The longest repeating decimal doesn't actually exist in the most literal terms. Find out about the longest repeating decimal with help from a math expert in this free video clip. Hi, I'm Charlie Kasov, and this is what is the longest repeating ...

## How to Read a Scatter Plot Output

Reading a scatter plot output is something that requires you to pay close attention to the X and Y variables. Read a scatter plot output with help from a math expert in this free video clip. Hi, I'm Charlie Kasov, and this is how to read a scatter ...

## What Does a Scatter Plot Line of Best Fit Mean?

A scatter plot line of best fit means that you are trying to find a trend in your data. Find out what a scatter plot line of best fit means with help from a math expert in this free video clip. Hi, I'm Charlie Kasov, and this is, "What does a ...

## SYN - Basic ChemistrySee all videos from this expert

### Anatomy of an Atom

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The anatomy of an atom involves three different particles and other characteristics. Find out about the anatomy of an atom with help from an experienced chemistry professional in ...

## What Are Basic Things a Chemistry Lab Student Should Know?

The basic things ta chemistry lab student should know include lab safety, among others. Find out about the basic things a chemistry lab student should know with help from an experienced chemistry professional in this free video clip. Hi, I'm Robin ...

## Chemistry Concepts & Problems

Chemistry concepts and problems are all around us in the world, day in and day out. Find out about chemistry concepts and problems with help from an experienced chemistry professional in this free video clip. Hi, I'm Robin Higgins and this is ...

## In Chemistry What Is the Mass Number for Iron?

The mass number for iron ore in chemistry can be found by looking at very specific characteristics. Find out what the mass number for iron is in chemistry with help from an experienced chemistry professional in this free video clip. Hi, I'm Robin ...

## How Are Electrons Kept in Motion Around the Nucleus?

Electrons are kept in motion around the nucleus due to their charge, among other characteristics. Find out how electrons are kept in motion around the nucleus with help from an experienced chemistry professional in this free video clip. Hi, I’m ...

## What Element Will Result if a Proton Is Added to the Nucleus of Carbon?

If a proton is added to the nucleus of a carbon, a very specific element will result. Find out what element will result if a proton is added to a carbon with help from an experienced chemistry professional in this free video clip. Hi, I'm Robin ...

## An Explanation of Why the Radius of an Atom Cannot Be Measured

The radius of an atom cannot be measured for a number of really important reasons. Get an explanation of why the radius of an atom cannot be measured with help from an experienced chemistry professional in this free video clip. Hi, I'm Robin Higgins ...

## Graphing Activities for Chemistry

Graphing activities for chemistry can help you understand advanced concepts in a visual way. Learn about graphing activities for chemistry with help from an experienced chemistry professional in this free video clip. Hi, I'm Robin Higgins and this ...

## Information on the Chemistry Term, "Buffer"

A buffer in chemistry has the same general use as a buffer in real life or everyday language. Get information on the chemistry term, "buffer," with help from an experienced chemistry professional in this free video clip. Hi, I'm Robin Higgins. And ...

## An Introduction to Enzyme & Coenzyme Chemistry

The enzyme's main role is to lower the activation energy. Get an introduction to enzyme and coenzyme activity with help from an experienced chemistry professional in this free video clip. Hi, I'm Robin Higgins. And this is introduction to enzyme and ...

## SYN - Math & Science QuestionsSee all videos from this expert

### What Is the Equation for the Decomposition of Aluminum Chloride?

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The equation for the decomposition of aluminum chloride will actually look at three different substances. Find out about the equation for the decomposition of aluminum chloride ...

## What Do You Do to an Equation if You Want Your Graph to Shift Up?

If you want your graph to shift up, you have to modify the associated equation in a very specific way. Find out what you do to an equation if you want your graph to shift up with help from a professional private tutor in this free video clip. Hi, ...

## Factoring Using the Discriminant

Factoring using the discriminant is something that you do with the quadratic equation format. Find out about factoring using the discriminant with help from a professional private tutor in this free video clip. Hi, I'm Rachel and today's topic that ...

## Fractions as a Percent

Fractions as a percent will involve some division. Find out about fractions as a percent with help from a professional private tutor in this free video clip. Hi, I'm Rachel, and today's topic is fractions as a percent. So when we want to convert a ...

## How to Find the Mode if More Than One Number Appears Twice

Finding the mode if there is more than one number that occurs twice is something that you do with a very specific formula. Find the mode if more than one number occurs twice with help from a professional private tutor in this free video clip. Hi, ...

## How to Multiply a Fraction by a Mixed Number Using the Area Model

Multiplying a fraction by a mixed number using the area model is something that you do by converting it into a fraction. Multiply a fraction by a mixed number using the area model with help from a professional private tutor in this free video clip. ...

## How to Do Negative & Positive Integers

Doing negative and positive integers always requires you to keep a few key things in mind. Find out how to do negative and positive integers with help from a professional private tutor in this free video clip. Hi, I'm Rachel, and today we're going ...

## How to Find the Range Without Graphing

Finding the range without graphing requires you to look at the problem algebraically. Find the range without graphing with help from a professional private tutor in this free video clip. Hi, I'm Rachel, and today we're going to be going over how to ...

## How to Do Rotations of Shapes

Doing rotations of shapes is something that you can do with a shape like a triangle. Do rotations of shapes with help from a professional private tutor in this free video clip. Hi, I'm Rachel, and today we're going to be going over how to do ...

## How to Solve Quadratics & Conics Problems

Solving quadratics and conics problems is easier if you break the process down into smaller steps. Solve quadratics and conics problems with help from a professional private tutor in this free video clip. Hi, I'm Rachel, and today we're going to be ...

## How to Do Volume by Displacement

Doing volume by displacement is something that that you do by first measuring the solid. Do volume by displacement with help from a professional private tutor in this free video clip. Hi, I'm Rachel, and today we're going to be going over how to do ...

## How to Write Equations in a Slope-Intercept Parametric Equation

Writing equations in a slope-intercept parametric equation will make them much easier to graph. Write equations in a slope-intercept parametric equation with help from a professional private tutor in this free video clip. Hi, I'm Rachel, and today ...

## Fractions, Percents & Other CalculationsSee all videos from this expert

### How to Construct a Parallelogram

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Constructing a parallelogram will require you to know the rules of what makes a parallelogram in the first place. Construct a parallelogram with help from a high school math tutor ...

## Defining Variable & Constraints in Math Word Problems

Defining variable and constraints in math word problems will require you to limit the value to what you know. Define variable and constraints in math word problems with help from a high school math tutor in this free video clip. Hi, I'm Charlie ...

## How to Divide Into 9ths

Dividing into 9ths will require careful use of the number eight. Find out how to divide into 9ths with help from a high school math tutor in this free video clip. Hi, I'm Charlie Kasov, and this is how to divide into 9ths. Now, dividing into 9ths is ...

## How to Divide for Beginners

Division isn't really as difficult as a lot of people make it out to be. Divide for beginners with help from a high school math tutor in this free video clip. Hi, I'm Charlie Kasov, and this is how to divide for beginners. Now when you are beginning ...

## How to Divide Simple Fractions

Dividing simple fractions will use the rules of flipping and multiplying. Divide simple fractions with help from a high school math tutor in this free video clip. Hi, I'm Charlie Kasov, and this is how to divide simple fractions. So let's take two ...

## How to Divide to the Thousands

Dividing into the thousands is going to require you to pay close attention to the decimal point. Divide to the thousands with help from a high school math tutor in this free video clip. Hi, I'm Charlie Kasov, and this is how to divide to the ...

## Fun Math Activities to Learn the Number Four

Fun math activities to learn the number four include some with treats. Find out about fun math activities to learn the number four with help from a high school math tutor in this free video clip. Hi, I'm Charlie Kasov, and this is "fun math ...

## How to Make Multiplication Easier

Making multiplication easier will require you to practice smart techniques in the right way. Make multiplication easier with help from a high school math tutor in this free video clip. Hi, I'm Charlie Kasov, and this is how to make multiplication ...

## How to Find the Mean in Simple Random Sampling

Finding the mean in simple random sampling will require you to know what your sample size is. Find the mean in simple random sampling with help from a high school math tutor in this free video clip. Hi, I'm Charlie Kasov, and this is how to find the ...

## Methods Math Teachers Use to Reinforce Really Big Numbers to Students

Methods math teachers use to reinforce really big numbers to students include the use of the chalk board. Find out about methods that math teachers use to reinforce really big numbers to students with help from a high school math tutor in this free ...

## How to Find Out if a Fraction Is Equivalent or Not Equivalent

Finding out if a fraction is equivalent will require you to simplify before you begin. Find out if a fraction is equivalent or not equivalent with help from a high school math tutor in this free video clip. Hi, I'm Charlie Kasov and this is how to ...

## What Is Partial Correlation in Statistics?

Partial correlation is a method of isolating two variables to examine their relationship. Find out about partial correlation in statistics with help from a high school math tutor in this free video clip. Hi, I'm Charlie Kasov, and this is, "What is ...

## How to Round to the Nearest Inch

Rounding to the nearest inch will require you to work with the same rules as when you're working with an integer. Round to the nearest inch with help from a high school math tutor in this free video clip. Hi, I'm Charlie Kasov, and this is "how to ...

## Second Grade Math Ideas on Space

For a second grader, they're usually starting to handle more complicated addition and subtraction. Learn about second grade math ideas on space with help from a high school math tutor in this free video clip. Hi, I'm Charlie Kasov, and this is ...

## Similarities Between Line Graphs With Equations & Inequalities

Line graphs with equations and inequalities are actually very similar in a lot of different and important ways. Find out about similarities between line graphs with equations and inequalities with help from a high school math tutor in this free ...

## How to Simplify Improper Fractions

An improper fraction is a fraction in which the numerator, what is above the line, is bigger than the denominator. Simplify improper fractions with help from a high school math tutor in this free video clip. Hi, I'm Charlie Kasov, and this is "how ...

## How to Solve Addition & Subtraction for Mixed Fractions

Solving addition and subtraction for mixed fractions will require you to work with improper fractions. Solve addition and subtraction for mixed fractions with help from a high school math tutor in this free video clip. Hi, I'm Charlie Kasov, and ...

## How to Solve Improper Fractions

Solving improper fractions will require you to pay close attention to the denominator. Solve improper fractions with help from a high school math tutor in this free video clip. Hi, I'm Charlie Kasov and this is how to solve improper fractions. Now ...

## How to Subtract Mixed Numbers With Different Denominators

Subtracting mixed numbers with different denominators will require you to turn them into improper fractions. Subtract mixed numbers with different parallelograms with help from a high school math tutor in this free video clip. Hi, I'm Charlie Kasov, ...

## How to Find the Surface Area of a Pentagon

To find the surface area or area of a pentagon, the formula is five over two times s times a. Find the surface area of a pentagon with help from a high school math tutor in this free video clip. Hi, I'm Charlie Kasov and this is is how to find the ...

## Teaching Students About Using Fractions With Cooking

Cooking is a great way to learn about fractions because most measuring cups have all the fractions between one cup, two cups, three cups and more. teach students about using fractions with cooking with help from a high school math tutor in this free ...

## Tutorial on How to Do the Order of Operations

Doing the order of operations is something you'll need to complete for a wide variety of different types of math problems. Get a tutorial on how to do the order of operations with help from a high school math tutor in this free video clip. Hi, I'm ...

## How to Use Approximation to Find the Greatest Fraction

Using approximation to find the greatest fraction is something that will require you to figure out which is the bigger approximation. Use approximation to find the greatest fraction with help from a high school math tutor in this free video clip. ...

## How to Use Logs & Powers

Using logs and powers is a process that will require you to start with exponents. Use logs and powers with help from a high school math tutor in this free video clip. Hi, I'm Charlie Kasov. And this is how to use logs and powers. Now logs stands for ...

## Earth SciencesSee all videos from this expert

### Dendrochronology Science Projects

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Dendrochronology is the study of time as recorded in tree roots or in plant growth. Find out about dendrochronology science projects with help from an Associate Professor of ...

## When Did Life Occur on Our Planet?

Geologists measure time in two different ways. Find out about when life occurred on our planet with help from an Associate Professor of Geology at Suffolk County Community College in this free video clip. Hi, I'm Sean Tvelia, and we're here at ...

## Earth Science Activities Using a Sling Psychrometer

A sling psychrometer is a tool used to measure relative humidity. Find out about an earth science activity using a sling with help from an Associate Professor of Geology at Suffolk County Community College in this free video clip. Hi, I'm Sean ...

## Explanation of the Tides & Moon

To understand tides you need to understand a little bit about gravity. Get an explanation of the tides and the moon with help from an Associate Professor of Geology at Suffolk County Community College in this free video clip. Hi. I'm Sean Tvelia, ...

## What Is the First Quarter of the Moon's Cycle?

The moon lunar phases is actually caused by the placement of the moon relative, relative to the earth and sun. Find out about the first quarter of the moon's cycle with help from an Associate Professor of Geology at Suffolk County Community College ...

## The Importance of the Stratosphere & Life on Earth

The stratosphere is part of our atmosphere and we are used to the atmosphere at ground level. Find out about the importance of the stratosphere and life on Earth with help from an Associate Professor of Geology at Suffolk County Community College in ...

## What Kind of Tides Occur When the Moon & Sun Are at Right Angles?

Gravity is an attractive force that is caused by mass. Find out what kind of tides occur when the moon and the sun are 90 degrees away from the Earth with help from an Associate Professor of Geology at Suffolk County Community College in this free ...

## Meteor Strike Effect on Plate Tectonics

Plate tectonics is the theory the describes the movement and placement of continents and ocean basins across earth's surface over time. Find out about meteor strike effects on plate tectonics with help from an Associate Professor of Geology at ...

## Do Plate Tectonics Help Make Life on Earth Possible?

Plate tectonics is the process by which the continents and the ocean basins move across the surface of the earth. Find out if plate tectonics help make life on earth with help from an Associate Professor of Geology at Suffolk County Community ...

## Science Projects About Earth's Changes

When designing Earth science experiments to look at changes in the Earth you need to keep in mind the scale or the time frame in which those changes occur. Find out about science projects on Earth's changes with help from an Associate Professor of ...

## Science Projects on Oceanology

Oceanology is really the practical use of another science oceanography, and oceanography studies the world's oceans. Find out about science projects on oceanology with help from an Associate Professor of Geology at Suffolk County Community College ...

## What Year Did the Dinosaurs Get Hit With a Meteor?

The lower or the deeper an event is in the Earth's structure, the older it is. Find out what year the dinosaurs got hit with a meteorite with help from an Associate Professor of Geology at Suffolk County Community College in this free video clip. ...

## Math Activities & ProjectsSee all videos from this expert

### 100th Day Math Activities

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100th day math activities can include the 100 chains project, among others. Find out about 100th day math activities with help from an experienced mathematics professional in this ...

## Christmas Math Graphing Activity

Christmas math graphing activities can involve your children taking a survey, among other techniques. Find out about Christmas math graphing activities with help from an experienced mathematics professional in this free video clip. Hello, my name is ...

## Creative Math Projects

Creative math projects can introduce great concepts to students in just the right way. Find out about creative math projects with help from an experienced mathematics professional in this free video clip. Hello, my name is Tiffany Overton, and I am ...

## Math Exploration Activities

Math exploration activities are great for working on with your children at home. Find out about math exploration activities with help from an experienced mathematics professional in this free video clip. Hello, my name is Tiffany Overton, and I'm ...

## Math Flash Card Activities

Math flash card activities can assist with a variety of different techniques, including addition and subtraction. Find out about math flash card activities with help from an experienced mathematics professional in this free video clip. Hello, my ...

## Math Games With Parallel & Perpendicular Lines

Math games with parallel and perpendicular lines can include letters and other elements. Find out about math games with parallel and perpendicular lines with help from an experienced mathematics professional in this free video clip. Hello, my name ...

## Math Projects on Fruits

Math projects on fruits can include your children creating a bar graph. Find out about math projects on fruits with help from an experienced mathematics professional in this free video clip. Hello, my name is Tiffany Overton. And I am the founding ...

## How Sequencing & Patterns Help With Math Skills

Sequencing and patterns with math skills can involve color patterns and other great elements. Find out about how sequencing and patterns help with math skills with help from an experienced mathematics professional in this free video clip. Hello, my ...

## How to Study Math at Home

Studying math at home is something that you should do by quizzing yourself, for example. Study math at home with help from an experienced mathematics professional in this free video clip. Hello, my name is Tiffany Overton, and I am the founding ...

## Wedding Cake Math Problems

Wedding cake math problems can involve looking at equivalent numbers and percents, decimals and fractions. Find out about wedding cake math problems with help from an experienced mathematics professional in this free video clip. Hello, my name is ...

## Simple MathSee all videos from this expert

### How to Add a Negative Number With a Positive Number

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Adding a negative number with a positive number will require you to do some light subtraction. Add a negative number with a positive number with help from a learning specialist ...

## How to Find the Average of a Group Using Positives & Negatives

The first step to finding the average of a group is to find the sum of the group so when you add the positive and negative numbers together, it gives you a total. Find the average of a group using positive and negative numbers with help from a ...

## How to Divide Big Numbers

The first step to dividing big numbers is to put your numbers in long division form. Divide big numbers with help from a learning specialist with a master's degree in general and special education in this free video clip. Hi, I'm Racquel Ward, ...

## How to Do Rounding With Whole Numbers

Doing rounding with whole numbers is something that you will quickly be able to do from memory. Do rounding with whole numbers with help from a learning specialist with a master's degree in general and special education in this free video clip. Hi, ...

## How to Change 1/16 to a Percent

Percents are always out of 100. Learn how to change 1/16 to a percent with help from a learning specialist with a master's degree in general and special education in this free video clip. Hi. I'm Rachael Ward. I'm a learning specialist. And today ...

## How to Use Cross Products

Cross products have two products on either side of an equal sign. Use cross products with help from a learning specialist with a master's degree in general and special education in this free video clip. Hi, I'm Racquel Ward, learning specialist. ...

## You Do the MathSee all videos from this expert

### How to Do Algebra Applications With Angles

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Doing algebra applications with angles is something you will likely start doing in middle school. Do algebra applications with angles with help from a professional private tutor ...

## How to Balance Equations in Stoichiometry Problems

If you're taking chemistry and you want to add up reactants and products, you're going to have to make sure to balance them. Balance equations in stoichiometry problems with help from a professional private tutor in this free video clip. Hi, I'm ...

## What Does a Circled X Mean in Math?

A circled X in math can mean a few different things depending on the context. Find out what a circled X means in math with help from a professional private tutor in this free video clip. Hi, I'm Rachel, and today we're going to be going over what ...

## How to Construct a 45-45-90 Degree Triangle With a Compass

A 45-45-90 is an isosceles right triangle. Construct a 45-454-90 degree triangle with a compass with help from a professional private tutor in this free video clip. Hi, I'm Rachel, and today we're going to be going over how to construct a 45-45-90 ...

## How to Construct a Box Plot

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## How to Construct a Perpendicular Line Through a Point

Constructing a perpendicular line through a point is something that will require you to pay close attention to the angle. Construct a perpendicular line through a point with help from a professional private tutor in this free video clip. Hi, I'm ...

## The Decomposition Method of Factoring

The decomposition method of factoring is just one of the many different ways in which you can work with these types of numbers. Find out about the decomposition method of factoring with help from a professional private tutor in this free video clip. ...

## How to Determine the Mean When Only Given the Box & Whisker Plots

Determining the mean when only given the box and whisker plot will require you to pay close attention to the number line. Determine the mean when only given the box and whisker plot with help from a professional private tutor in this free video ...

## How to Determine if Similar Figures Are Congruent

A figure that's similar means that it has the same angles. Determine if similar figures are congruent with help from a professional private tutor in this free video clip. Hi, I'm Rachel, and today we're going to be going over how to determine if ...

## How to Do Equation Representing Situations

In math we write equations for everything for a number of different interesting and important reasons. Find out how to do equation representing situations with help from a professional private tutor in this free video clip. Hi, I'm Rachel, and today ...

## How to Graph Monomials

A monomial is a polynomial with one term. Graph monomials with help from a professional private tutor in this free video clip. Hi, I'm Rachel, and today we're going to be going over how to graph monomials. Monomial is a polynomial with one term. So, ...

## How to Graph a Piecewise Function with Three Inequalities

When we are graphing a piecewise function, we are going to have three different pieces in this graph and each piece is going to be bound by an inequality. Graph a piecewise function with three inequalities with help from a professional private tutor ...

## How to Graph a Table of Values

Graphing a table of values will require you to work closely with the individual plots. Graph a table of values with help from a professional private tutor in this free video clip. Hi, I'm Rachel, and today we're going to be going over how to graph a ...

## How to Graph in Vertex Form

Graphing in vertex form usually involves variables like Y and A. Graph in vertex form with help from a professional private tutor in this free video clip. Hi, I'm Rachel, and today we're going to be going over how to graph in vertex form. So when we ...

## How to Identify the Upper & Lower Extremes of Box & Whisker Plots

Identifying the upper and lower extremes in a box and whiskers plot will require you to pay close attention to the median. Identify the upper and lower extremes in a box and whiskers plot with help from a professional private tutor in this free ...

## How to Learn Applied Math

Applied math means math that can be applied to your everyday life. Learn applied math with help from a professional private tutor in this free video clip. Hi, I'm Rachel, and today we're going to be going over how to learn applied math. So, in math ...

## How to Learn Math Formulas

Learning math formulas doesn't have to involve straight memorization if you don't want it to. Learn math formulas with help from a professional private tutor in this free video clip. Hi, I'm Rachel, and today we're going to be going over, how to ...

## Mole Ratio Method

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## How to Put Perpendicular Lines Into Standard Form

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## How to Rewrite a Literal Equation Backwards

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## How to Simplify Radical Expressions by Rationalizing the Denominators

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## How to Find the Slope of Sides on a Shape

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## How to Solve Equations With E

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## How to Solve Equations & Inequalities with Fractions Without the Same Denominators Using Multiplication

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## How to Solve Trigonometric & Circular Function Word Problems

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## How to Do Trigonometric Functions & Identities

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## How to Write a Function From a Graph

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## How to Write Inverses of Equations

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## How to Write a Slope Equation With Two Coordinate Points

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## How to Write in Standard Form for Scientific Notation

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## Studying PlanetsSee all videos from this expert

### 10 Important Things About the Planet Mercury

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Mercury is many things, including the closest planet to the sun. Find out about ten important things about the planet Mercury with help from the manager, lecturer and program ...

## Acronyms for Remembering the Order of Planets

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## What Are the Average High & Low Temperatures on Planet Jupiter?

Jupiter has several temperatures and it depends on deep you go. Find out about the average high and low temperatures on Jupiter with help from the manager, lecturer and program planner at the Taylor Planetarium at the World renown Museum of the ...

## Criteria for a Solar System Body to Be a Planet

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## Differences in the Surface of the Planets Mars, Earth, Mercury & Venus

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## An Explanation of Why Some Planets Have More Moons Than Others Do

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## Explanation of Why Most of the Satellites & Planets Have Many Craters

All of our things were formed about four point six billion years ago. Get an explanation of why most of the satellites and planets have craters with help from the manager, lecturer and program planner at the Taylor Planetarium at the World renown ...

## What Are the Forces That Keep All Planets in Orbit?

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## Information on Galileo Discovering Saturn

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## Why Does Jupiter Have the Shortest Day of Any Planet?

Jupiter's rotational period is why it has the shortest day of any planet. Find out why Jupiter has the shortest day of any planet with help from the manager, lecturer and program planner at the Taylor Planetarium at the World renown Museum of the ...

## What Passed by Mars?

Lots of things pass by Mars, like asteroids. Find out what passed by Mars with help from the manager, lecturer and program planner at the Taylor Planetarium at the World renown Museum of the Rockies in this free video clip. My name's Eric Loberg, ...

## What Planet Gives Off 2 Times as Much Heat as it Receives From the Sun?

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## Planet Mercury's Most Important Noticeable Features

Mercury never gets more than 28 degrees from the sun. Find out about the planet Mercury's most important noticeable features with help from the manager, lecturer and program planner at the Taylor Planetarium at the World renown Museum of the Rockies ...

## What Are the Planets in Order From Shortest Period of Revolution to Longest?

Kepler is a German and he comes a little bit before Galileo. Find out about the planets in order from shortest to longest period of revolution with help from the manager, lecturer and program planner at the Taylor Planetarium at the World renown ...

## Ptolemy's Explanation of Why Planets Move at Different Speeds

Ptolemy was an ancient Greek mathematician and he like a lot of the Greeks thought that the earth was in the center of the entire universe, but especially our solar system. Find outa bout Ptolemy's explanation of why the planets move at different ...

## How Does Saturn's Atmosphere Affect the Planet?

Saturn is a great big gas giant, as are most of our outer planets. Find out about how Saturn's atmosphere affects the planet with help from the manager, lecturer and program planner at the Taylor Planetarium at the World renown Museum of the Rockies ...

## What Is the Sidereal Period of Planets?

The sidereal period of planets is the time that it takes a planet to go all the way around the sun. Find out about the sidereal period of planets with help from the manager, lecturer and program planner at the Taylor Planetarium at the World renown ...

## How to Draw the Solar System on a Centimeter Scale

Drawing the solar system on a centimeter scale will require you to draw a representation that isn't very big. Draw the solar system on a centimeter scale with help from the manager, lecturer and program planner at the Taylor Planetarium at the World ...

## Math FoundationsSee all videos from this expert

### Are Adjacent Angles of a Square Congruent?

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Adjacent angles of a square are congruent for a number of really interesting reasons. Find out about angles of a square that are congruent with help from an experienced ...

## How to Do the Area of an Arrow

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## How to Construct a Triangle When Given the Angles

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## What Is the Co-Vertex of an Ellipse?

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## How to Divide Starting With the Basics

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## Easy Way to Learn Exponents & Radicals in Math

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## Help With Essential Math

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## How to Find the Increased Percentage of a Value

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## Math Activities Using Integers

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## Math Terms for Percentages

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## How to Memorize Math

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## What Is the Opposite of 1 Divided by X?

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## How to Find the Percentage Increase or Decrease of a Number

Percentage increase in mathematics is also referred to as the change. Find out the percentage increase or decrease of a number with help from an experienced mathematics professional in this free video clip. Hi, my name is Marija, and today I'm gonna ...

## Help With Precision in Math

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## How to Do Reduced Fractions With Percents

If you have a percent, such as 50 percent, and you want to make a reduced fraction out of it, the easiest way to make a percent a fraction is to simply write it over 100. Do reduced fractions with percents with help from an experienced mathematics ...

## How to Represent a Proportional Relationship

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## How to Represent a Sentence Using an Equation

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## Shortcut Way to Convert Centigrade to Fahrenheit

The actual formula for converting Centigrade to Fahrenheit is that we need to take 9/5ths of the degrees written in Centigrade, add 32 to it and that will give us our Fahrenheit temperature. Find out about a shortcut way to convert centigrade to ...

## How to Show a Range on a Graph

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## How to Simplify Factors

Simplifying factors is one way to make them easier to work with. Simplify factors with help from an experienced mathematics professional in this free video clip. Hi, my name is Marija. And today, I'm going to answer the question, how to simplify ...

## How to Solve Discount Problems

Solving discount problems is a really great way to get prepared for those shopping trips. Solve discount problems with help from an experienced mathematics professional in this free video clip. Hi, my name is Marija, and today I'm gonna show you how ...

## How to Solve Exponents With Brackets

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## How to Solve Percentages of Numbers

Solving percentages of numbers usually involves some type of multiplication. Solve percentages of numbers with help from an experienced mathematics professional in this free video clip. Hi, my name is Marija, and today, I'm gonna show you how to ...

## What Does the Term Commission Mean in Math?

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## What Type of Data Is a Class Survey?

Data in a class survey can be qualitative or quantitative depending on the situation. Find out what type of data is a class survey with help from an experienced mathematics professional in this free video clip. Hi my name is Marija, and today I'm ...

## How to Understand Nanometers

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## How to Understand Slope for Beginners

Slope means the steepness of a line. Find out about slope for beginners with help from an experienced mathematics professional in this free video clip. Hi, my name is Marija, and today I'm gonna show you how to understand slope for beginners. So ...

## Getting Physical With ScienceSee all videos from this expert

### How Is Diffusion Used in Real Life?

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Diffusion is simply the mixing of two materials based on kinetic energy of the molecules or atoms. Find out how diffusion is used in real life with help from an associate ...

## Easy Physics Projects on Refraction

wefraction is a change in direction of a wave as a result of entering a medium of a different refractive index. Find out about easy physics projects on refraction with help from an associate professor of geology in this free video clip. Hi, I'm Sean ...

## What Happens to the Pressure of a Gas if You Decrease the Volume of the Container That Holds It?

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## Physics Project With Ice, String & Salt

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## Does the Solubility of Solid Salt Increase With the Volume of Water?

Solubility is a measure of the maximum amount of material that can be dissolved into another material. Find out if the solubility of solid salt increases with the volume of water with help from an associate professor of geology in this free video ...

## Anatomy of an Electrical Generator

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## Projects in Physics Balancing the Center of Gravity

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## How to Represent Electrons in an Energy Level Diagram

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## Science Experiment for Pressure Affecting Buoyancy

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## Science Experiments Related to Pressure

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## Gas Giant PlanetsSee all videos from this expert

### What Kind of Planets Are Jupiter, Saturn, Uranus & Neptune?

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Jupiter, Saturn, Uranus and Neptune are gas giants which means that they don't have a well defined solid surface like the earth and Mars do. Find out more about what kind of ...

## What Is the Large Equatorial Bulge of Jupiter?

Jupiter's rotation rate of ten hours is so fast that centrifugal acceleration causes the equator to bulge out more than the polar regions. Find out about the large equatorial bulge of Jupiter with help from an experienced graduate student in this ...

## How Long Is a Neptune Year?

A year is defined as the amount of time it takes for a planet to make an orbit around the sun. Find out how long a year is on Neptune with help from an experienced graduate student in this free video clip. Hi, I'm Christopher Snead, a graduate ...

## Similarities of Uranus & Neptune

Uranus and Neptune are the two most distant planets in the solar system, and they have a number of similarities. Find out about the similarities between Uranus and Neptune with help from an experienced graduate student in this free video clip. I’m ...

## Math Topics & TipsSee all videos from this expert

### How to Convert From Kelvin Temperatures to Degrees Celsius

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Converting from Kelvin temperatures to Celsius is actually a very simple equation. Convert from Kelvin temperatures to Celsius with help from an experienced mathematics educator ...

## How to Decompose Polygons to Find the Area

Decomposing polygons to find the area is something that you can do with a shape like a trapezoid. Decompose polygons to find the area with help from an experienced mathematics educator in this free video clip. How to decompose polygons to find the ...

## Description of How to Convert From Kelvin to Celsius

Converting from Kelvin to Celsius is actually a very basic subtraction problem. Get a description of how to convert from Kelvin to Celsius with help from an experienced mathematics educator in this free video clip. Description of how to convert from ...

## How to Divide With 2 Digits

Dividing with two digits is a process that you can do with long division in just a few moments. Divide with two digits with help from an experienced mathematics educator in this free video clip. How to divide with two digits. I'm Bon Crowder and ...

## How to Divide the Old-Fashioned Way

Dividing the old-fashioned way is also referred to as using long division. Divide the old-fashioned way with help from an experienced mathematics educator in this free video clip. How to divide the old fashioned way? I'm Bon Crowder and we're ...

## How to Graph Equations on One Set of Axes

Graphing equations on one set of axes is a process that will require you to fund numbers that are central to the origin. Graph equations on one set of axes with help from an experienced mathematics educator in this free video clip. How to graph ...

## What Does Independent & Dependent Mean in Math Terms?

Independent and dependent variables are typically formatted as X and Y in equations. Find out what independent and dependent means in math with help from an experienced mathematics educator in this free video clip. What does independent and ...

## What Are Intercepts in Math?

Intercepts in maths mean different things depending on what type of math you're talking about. Find out about intercepts in math with help from an experienced mathematics educator in this free video clip. What are intercepts in math? I'm Bon Crowder ...

## How Many Degrees Are in a Kelvin?

Kelvin is a unit of temperature measurement, similar to Celsius or Fahrenheit. Find out how many degrees are in a Kelvin with help from an experienced mathematics educator in this free video clip. How many degrees are in a Kelvin? I'm Bon Crowder ...

## What Does a Non-Linear Equation Mean in Math Terms?

Non-linear equations in math is one that does not form a straight line when graphed. Find out what a non-linear equation means in math with help from an experienced mathematics educator in this free video clip. What is a non-linear equation mean in ...

## What Is an Open Sentence in Math Terms?

An open sentence in math terms is a bit like an open sentence in the English language. Find out about an open sentence in math terms with help from an experienced mathematics educator in this free video clip. What is an open sentence in math terms? ...

## What Does Outlier Mean in Math?

An outlier in math is a point that is separate from the rest of the points. Find out what outlier means in math with help from an experienced mathematics educator in this free video clip. What does outlier mean in math? I'm Bon Crowder and we're ...

## How to Find Where a Quadratic Formula & a Linear Line Intersect

When finding where a quadratic formula and a linear line intersect, you'll want to note the points at which both lines meet up. Find where a quadratic formula and a linear line intersect with help from an experienced mathematics educator in this ...

## How to Find the Scope of an Equation

Finding the scope of an equation will require you to write the equation in slope intercept form. Find the scope of an equation with help from an experienced mathematics educator in this free video clip. How to find the scope of an equation. I'm Bon ...

## How to Teach Math Coordinates

Teaching math coordinates requires you to use a Cartesian coordinate plane. Teach math coordinates with help from an experienced mathematics educator in this free video clip. How to teach Math coordinates? I'm Bon Crowder and we're talking about ...

## How to Find Where Two Functions Intersect

Finding where two functions intersect will likely require you to graph them. Find where two functions intersect with help from an experienced mathematics educator in this free video clip. How to find where two functions intersect. I'm Bon Crowder, ...

## Learning Math SkillsSee all videos from this expert

### What Is "-|5|" on Math Homework?

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The value, "-|5|", on math homework is something known as an absolute value. Find out what "-|5|" means on math homework with help from an expert in computers, with two degrees in ...

## How to Do an Algorithm for Multiplication

Doing an algorithm for multiplication will require you to first identify the numbers that you're working with. Do an algorithm for multiplication with help from an expert in computers, with two degrees in both Computer Science and Applied ...

## How to Calculate the Diameter of Human Hair

Calculating the diameter of human hair will require you to use an infrared beam. Calculate the diameter of human hair with help from an expert in computers, with two degrees in both Computer Science and Applied Mathematics in this free video clip. ...

## How to Cross-Simplify

Cross-simplifying is a great way to make certain types of equations a whole lot easier to solve. Learn how to cross-simplify with help from an expert in computers, with two degrees in both Computer Science and Applied Mathematics in this free video ...

## How to Graph Binomials

When graphing a binomial, you'll need to break the equation down into its individual parts. Graph binomials with help from an expert in computers, with two degrees in both Computer Science and Applied Mathematics in this free video clip. Hi, my name ...

## How to Integrate Using Trig Substitutions

Integrating using trig substitutions is something that you might do while working with square roots. Integrate using trig substitutions with help from an expert in computers, with two degrees in both Computer Science and Applied Mathematics in this ...

## How to Learn New Math Skills

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## Linear Functions Math Projects

Linear functions math projects can involve jogging, as well as a few other important types of information. Find out about linear functions math projects with help from an expert in computers, with two degrees in both Computer Science and Applied ...

## How Is Math Used by Detectives in Homicides?

Math is used in detectives in homicides by looking at the shell casings of a bullet, among other factors. Find out about how math is used by detectives in homicides with help from an expert in computers, with two degrees in both Computer Science and ...

## The Mathematical Equation for Density

The mathematical equation for density is equal to the ratio of mass per unit volume. Find out about the mathematical equation for density with help from an expert in computers, with two degrees in both Computer Science and Applied Mathematics in ...

## Practical Math Projects

Practical math projects can involve topics like the consumption of goods or food in the home. Find out about great practical math projects with help from an expert in computers, with two degrees in both Computer Science and Applied Mathematics in ...

## Pythagorean Theorem in Physics

Pythagorean theorem in physics refers to right triangles and a few other pieces of information. Find out about the Pythagorean theorem in physics with help from an expert in computers, with two degrees in both Computer Science and Applied ...

## Real World Examples of How We Use Math on a Daily Basis

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## How Do Scientists Know the Mass of Mars?

Scientists know the mass of Mars by determining other pieces of information like the radius and extrapolating from there. Find out how scientists know the mass of Mars with help from an expert in computers, with two degrees in both Computer Science ...

## Soccer-Related Math Projects

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## How to Solve Algebra Problems With Two Variables on the Same Side

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## How to Solve for Kelvin

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## How to Solve Sequence Sums

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## How to Use Trig Identities to Simplify an Expression

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## How to Write Quadratic Equations if the Given Numbers Are Fractions

Writing quadratic equations if the numbers are given as fractions will resemble the form of AX squared + BX + C equals 0. Write quadratic equations if the numbers are given as fractions with help from an expert in computers, with two degrees in both ...

## Learning Math SkillsSee all videos from this expert

### The Contribution of Math to Roller Coasters

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The contribution of math to roller coasters involves the speeds and angles of the tracks and the cars. Find out about the contribution of math to roller coasters with help from an ...

## How to Derive Physics Equations

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## How to Determine the Atomic Radius of Oxygen in Meters

The atomic radius of oxygen is traditionally measured in picometers. Determine the atomic radius of oxygen in meters with help from an expert in computers, with two degrees in both Computer Science and Applied Mathematics, in this free video clip. ...

## How to Determine Common & Uncommon Multiples

Determining the common and uncommon multiples of numbers will require you to begin by prime factoring. Determine the common and uncommon multiples of numbers with help from an expert in computers, with two degrees in both Computer Science and ...

## What Is an Equation for Displacement & Distance in Physics?

An equation for displacement and distance in physics will require you to find F, minus I. Find out about an equation for displacement and distance in physics with help from an expert in computers, with two degrees in both Computer Science and ...

## Expressing the Radius of an Atom in Nanometers

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## FCAT Math Vocabulary

FCAT stands for Foreign Comprehensive Assessment Test. Find out about FCAT math vocabulary with help from an expert in computers, with two degrees in both Computer Science and Applied Mathematics, in this free video clip. Hi, my name is Stephan. ...

## How to Find the GCF of a Composite Number

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## How Does Geometry Help Physics?

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## Importance of Math & Science in the Modern World

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## Independent Learning Math Projects

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## Information on Logic & Math Learning Styles

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## Interactive Math Games for Grades 9 Through 12

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## How to Learn Physics Formulas

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## Math Illumination Activities

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## Math Projects on Triangles

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## Possible Classroom Uses of Cryptography in Math

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## Solutions to Difficulties in Learning Math

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## Stem & Leaf Math Activities

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## How to Find the X of a Geometric Sequence

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## Integrated Math & Science Activities

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## How to Find the Median of a Histogram

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## Students Learn Life Skills in Math Curriculum

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## How to Add, Subtract, Multiply, & Divide Negative Numbers

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## How to Get a Bachelor's Degree in Math

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## How to Do Base Times Height on a Parallelogram

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## How to Change a Factor Into a Decimal

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Graphing radians is something that will require you to have access to a very specific type of paper. Graph radians with help from an experienced math professional in this free video clip. How to graph radians. I'm Bon Crowder with Math4.com, and ...

## How to Graph Y=-3/4x

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## How to Improve Math Learning in School

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## How to Find the Least Positive Integer

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## How to Memorize Equations for the MCAT

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## How to Multiply Triple Digits by Double Digits

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## How to Find Quadratic Functions From a Graph Not Crossing the X Axis

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## How to See if a Graph Is Linear

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## How to Solve an Inequality Problem With a Fraction

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## How to Solve Proportion Problems

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## What Does a Census Sample Mean in Math?

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## How to Change Fractions With Unlike Denominators, but the Same Numerator

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## How to Do Conversion Factors in a Word Problem

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## How to Convert 4/11 to a Percentage

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## How to Divide Polynomials Using the Box Method

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## How to Divide Three Digits by Two

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## How to Graph the Absolute Value of Y=X-1

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## How to Do Inequalities

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## How to Find Integers Between Two Positive Numbers

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## How to Find Intercepts of a Piecewise Function

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## How to Name All Real Square Roots

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## How to Remember Trigonometric Values of Reference Angles

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## How to Simplify Complex Addition

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## How to Simplify Expressions Using the Order of Operations

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## How to Solve Percent of Increase & Decrease Math Problems

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## How to Solve Quadratics Set to Zero

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## How to Solve a Quartic

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## How to Solve a Square of a Binomial

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