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32,33,35&37 | Measurement | Multiple Choice 4 | CXC CSEC Mathematics

32,33,35&37 | Measurement | Multiple Choice 4 | CXC CSEC Mathematics

Try these questions from one CXC CSEC multiple-choice Mathematics examination. Remember, calculators are not allowed in this exam. To get the most out of this video, pause it here and resume when you have an answer for each question. Okay, let’s go. Item 32 refers to the circle below, with centre, O. Question 32. The […]

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Scientists May Have Found a Way to Treat All Cancers… By Accident | SciShow News

Scientists May Have Found a Way to Treat All Cancers… By Accident | SciShow News

Thanks to Brilliant for supporting this episode of SciShow. Go to Brilliant.orgSciShow to learn how you can give the gift of learning to someone you love! [ intro ] People often wonder why there isn’t a cure for cancer yet. And the answer is usually because “cancer” isn’t one thing. It’s this big umbrella term […]

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Chemistry: What is a Covalent Bond? (Polar and Nonpolar)

Chemistry: What is a Covalent Bond? (Polar and Nonpolar)

The bonds that hold atoms together in compounds are called intramolecular forces. The 3 main types of intramolecular forces are ionic bonds, covalent bonds, and metallic bonds. This video will focus on covalent bonds: Ionic bonds and Metallic bonds will be featured in their own videos. Covalent bonds are stable because the bonding atoms achieve […]

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Do Humans Have Pheromones? — Speaking of Chemistry

Do Humans Have Pheromones? — Speaking of Chemistry

Let’s be honest. We all stink. But what if our body odor also contains pheromones that could make us simply irresistible to all the single ladies and/or gentlemen? Creepy internet cologne dealers want you to believe that that’s the case—and they may not be totally wrong. But we still smell a rat and this is […]

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Custom 2D Physics in Unity Using Verlet Integration

Custom 2D Physics in Unity Using Verlet Integration

So here is a little physics engine I wrote over the weekend. I can’t take all the credit, I was following a C++ tutorial I found online, but I did the work to re-implement it in C#. Basically I wrote the whole thing in one day, with another hour or two to get the line […]

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Quantum Physics and Computers

Quantum Physics and Computers

Hi everyone!! I’m Praveen Jayakumar and we are going to go on a journey through quantum physics and quantum computers this is specially made for the break through junior challenge so, consider this one rupee coin, let this be heads and let this be tails i spin the coin and cover it so it is […]

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How to prepare a tea using Mathematics? | Tamil | LMES

How to prepare a tea using Mathematics? | Tamil | LMES

assume that you are in a place with no things to produce heat we have only sunlight to produce the heat can we produce a tea using the sunlight? Is it a matter? In a country like india ordinary sunlight is good enough to produce the heat in the vessel thats correct ..but we have […]

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Why make a mathematical model? –  Mathematical Modelling – Mathematics – TU Delft

Why make a mathematical model? – Mathematical Modelling – Mathematics – TU Delft

[Marleen] The title of this course is Mathematical Modelling: the Basics. The first question is: Why would you make a mathematical model? And before that, what is a mathematical model? The word model has many meanings: A model may be a person. A model may be an object. An object to play with, to display, […]

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How to Make a WITCHER with Science

How to Make a WITCHER with Science

(upbeat techno music) (spider rattling) – Back you beasts, back! Being a witcher means walking a path filled with monsters and magic, but is there a way to make a Geralt of Rivia for real? Let’s get technical, back! Gary jeez, I said, come on. (upbeat techno music) From the book and video game series […]

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