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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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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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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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Scientists vs. Public Opinion

Scientists vs. Public Opinion

Collectively, scientists are our biggest thinkers, our problem solvers, the most logical among us, so let’s look at how their views on some of the most important issues facing humanity compare to the general public’s feelings about those same issues, using data from surveys conducted by the Pew Research Center. Scientists overwhelmingly agree that the […]

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Rational function – Functions – Mathematics – Pre-university Calculus – TU Delft NEW

Rational function – Functions – Mathematics – Pre-university Calculus – TU Delft NEW

Hello. The quotient of two quantities is called their ratio. A rational function is the quotient, or ratio, of two polynomials. Let us look at an example. Suppose my trip to work involves 3 km of city traffic, which always takes me 6 minutes which is 1/10th of an hour. Subsequently I have to drive […]

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The Mathematics of Locomotion – Christmas Lectures with Ian Stewart

The Mathematics of Locomotion – Christmas Lectures with Ian Stewart

Watch the horse’s legs. Which ones move together? Now in slow motion. It’s diagonally opposite pairs. That’s the trot. This one is exaggerated, but it’s the trot pattern. And it’s not the only animal that uses that pattern. The orangutan is in effect trotting upside down. So we’ve understood two-legged animals and now we’ve understood […]

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Circular Saw Kickback Killer (We used science to make tools safer) – Smarter Every Day 209

Circular Saw Kickback Killer (We used science to make tools safer) – Smarter Every Day 209

– Hey, it’s me, Destin. Welcome back to Smarter Every Day. This is my buddy Chad. – Hey. – We are absolutely giddy because we’ve been working on something for how long? – 12 years. – Well, I’ll be like that’s us hanging out but we’re working on this project for how long? – I […]

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Monbukagakusho Undergraduate Students B Mathematics 2015 Questao1

Monbukagakusho Undergraduate Students B Mathematics 2015 Questao1

MEXT – 2015 – Exam B Question 1 We will see base 10 will not put Property logarithm. distributive OK. I have it here So what we can do here … I’ll call. we get …. I’m going out in the 2nd degree equation. That is it So here …delta to have real solutions. I […]

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How to Read Math

How to Read Math

Mathematical equations can be quite intimidating if you don’t know how to how to read them, but they don’t need to be. It is possible to learn how to make sense of them even if you don’t know much algebra. So if when you see and equation it looks like a strange alien language, this […]

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Theoretical physics: insider’s tricks

Theoretical physics: insider’s tricks

Physics is the simplest and most central of all branches of human knowledge. I know that. You know that. Everybody knows that. And it’s true! Of all of the branches of physics, the truly deepest and most fundamental of all is particle physics. Our current theory, which is called the Standard Model, is based around […]

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