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Introduction to Python Programming for Scientists I

Introduction to Python Programming for Scientists I

Thank you. First of all, does everybody have a handout? This is how to install Python on your own computer. If you’d like to do that, it’s really easy, at least the way I found here. And for next time, it’d be good if you actually have Python on your computer. So this is your […]

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Laplace Transform of Sinh at – Laplace Transform – Engineering Mathematics 3

Laplace Transform of Sinh at – Laplace Transform – Engineering Mathematics 3

Hello friends so today we are going to derive the formula for Laplace transform of sine H At or hyperbolic sin of AT now to derive the formula of Laplace transform of hyperbolic sin At we are going to make use of definition of Laplace transform now what is definition of Laplace transform so let’s […]

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How scientists solved this dinosaur puzzle

How scientists solved this dinosaur puzzle

In 1908 in Montana, paleontologists uncovered this: The remains of a sharp-toothed carnivorous dinosaur. At the time, it was the largest one ever discovered. They called it Tyrannosaurus Rex. Today, it’s mounted here. Well, some of it is. Because they didn’t find a full dinosaur in 1908. They found the skull, most of the tail, […]

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Remote Sensing Scientists, Technologists, and Technicians Career Video

Remote Sensing Scientists, Technologists, and Technicians Career Video

Remote sensing technology is used to solve problems in natural resource management, farming, urban planning, homeland security, and other areas by using photographic data. Remote sensing scientists, technologists, and technicians produce and interpret the images gathered by this technology. Remote sensing technicians first determine the data a project calls for, typically on behalf of surveyors, […]

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Torque: Crash Course Physics #12

Torque: Crash Course Physics #12

You have a box. A ring. And a marble. And they’re all at the top of a ramp. Because you know how physics loves ramps. Especially hypothetical ramps! So, let’s say this ramp would allow for static friction, but not kinetic friction. Now, you let go of all of these objects at the same time, […]

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Plasma Physics: Applications | EPFLx on edX | Course About Video
Mathematical Introduction to Circulation

Mathematical Introduction to Circulation

Alright, now we’re going to get into the theoretical work associated with the expression of these vertical circulations using mathematics and so we’re going to start out by talking about some chain of air parcels in the atmosphere over here that we’re going to be calling a closed material curve here C. This is again […]

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Jacobians of Composite Functions – Problem 1 – Jacobian – Engineering Mathematics 1

Jacobians of Composite Functions – Problem 1 – Jacobian – Engineering Mathematics 1

Hi Friends, So in this video we are gonna to see how to find out the Jacobian of composite function so let us start so if let’s say u and v are differentiable function of r and s and let us say r and s are differentiable function of x and y so here we […]

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“Near Earth Object (N.E.O.)” | SUNG SCIENCE

“Near Earth Object (N.E.O.)” | SUNG SCIENCE

Whoa! Whoa! Whoa! Whoa! Whoa! Whoa! Whoa! Whoa! Whoa! Whoa! I am an asteroid orbiting in space in the belt between Mars and Jupiter. I will collide and go spinning out of place, towards the stars or back towards Earth. I’m made of rocks and metal. Elemental dust that settled. Four and half billion years […]

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Intro to Cryptology: the science of making and breaking codes.