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6. Class 11th Physics | Constrained Motion | Simple Pulley Constrained Motion | by Ashish Arora

Now we’ll study simple pulley block constrained relations. you can simply say in pulley systems. these are developed. By analysing. Loosing and. tightening. of strings . due to . motion of blocks . so just be careful about , a pulley block system like, if we just talk about the simplest system which we can […]

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Can You Become a Data Scientist?

Can You Become a Data Scientist?

Every decade has its hottest job opportunities. During the 1980s and early 1990s people were in a rush to apply for investment banking jobs. Then, in the late 1990s and early 2000s, it became clear that the Internet will soon change the world and a lot of tech savvy graduates started specializing in software and […]

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Mathematics – Life as a Maths Undergraduate Student at UEA – Lisa

Mathematics – Life as a Maths Undergraduate Student at UEA – Lisa

I’m Lisa and I’m studying BSc Mathematics at UEA. I chose my course because I really love mathematics and I wanted to become a maths teacher so it was really the course that I wanted to do. I chose UEA because I really liked the look of the maths course. They also had a very […]

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Physical and Chemical Changes | #aumsum

Physical and Chemical Changes | #aumsum

Physical and Chemical Changes. Cold region, desert and forest. In a physical change appearance or form changes, but substance remains same. Ice on melting converts to water. Water on evaporation converts to water vapor. Ice, water and water vapor. All the products formed are still forms of water. Hence, this is a physical change. Plate. […]

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Monopolies and Anti-Competitive Markets: Crash Course Economics #25

Monopolies and Anti-Competitive Markets: Crash Course Economics #25

Jacob: Welcome to Crash Course Economics, my name is Jacob Clifford Adriene: and I’m Adriene Hill. Today we’re going to talk about monopolies! Which are terrible, illegal, and only serve to exploit helpless consumers, except when they’re delivering essential services that competitive free markets kind of fail to deliver. Jacob: So, are monopolies are good? […]

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Mathematics, Statistics and Analytics | RMIT University

(Background music) Ever found yourself trying to make sense of an infinitely complex world? A maths, stats or analytics degree might just give you the answers you’re looking for. If you want to communicate complex ideas simply, maths finds patterns and connections and can help to model systems, and develop theories and formulas to solve […]

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Transforming Medicine: Psychedelic Science 2013 Mini-Documentary

Transforming Medicine: Psychedelic Science 2013 Mini-Documentary

[Inspirationional music] [Albert Garcia-Romeu] Because of the long hiatus in psychedelic research, there’s a lot we don’t know about how they can be used to help people, and at this point, now that we’re actually turning around and looking at these substances with a fresh eye, I think that there’s a lot of benefit that […]

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1. Class 12th Physics | Electrostatics | Electrostatics | by Ashish Arora

1. Class 12th Physics | Electrostatics | Electrostatics | by Ashish Arora

dear students lets start with a topic of electrostatics. in electrostatics we can simply state it is the study of. interactions. and electrical effects. due to. static charges that is charges at rest. mainly in this particular topic we are going to deal only with static charges that’s why it is termed as electrostatics. so […]

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Money and Finance: Crash Course Economics #11

Money and Finance: Crash Course Economics #11

Adriene: Welcome to Crash Course: Economics. I’m Adriene Hill. Jacob: And I’m Jacob Clifford. And today we’re going to talk about money and finance. Adriene: I know we said in the first episode that economics isn’t really about money… Jacob: Economics isn’t about getting rich quick, but it all boils down to trading things you […]

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Deficits & Debts: Crash Course Economics #9

Hi, I’m Adrienne Hill. And I’m Jacob Clifford, and welcome to Crash Course Economics. What’s wrong with you? Today we’re talking about deficits and debt. [Theme Music] You’ve probably heard a lot about the national debt, so what is it and where does it come from and is it a problem, and most importantly, should […]

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