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I cover both the case of a monomial dividing into a polynomial, and the case the monomial is not a factor of the polynomial. Give it a view and tell me how you like it.
Hi everyone :D I made this lesson for those interested in learning how to play the song "Hotel California" by the legendary band The Eagles. This is a song I am currently studying with a student and I will have the tabs for it soon...
Hello everyone. I made this performance just for you to see how the song (by the great band Death Cab For Cutie) really goes and to make sense of the guitar tabs I am giving you. I've worked on this song with a few of my students back...
Hello my dear friends. I made this brief lesson to get you to see how the song should go and how it all comes together. If it doesn't make sense, please don't hesitate to ask. Thanks and enjoy :D
This animation represents level surfaces of the function f(x,y,z) = x^2 +y^2 -z^2. The graph of this function is a 3-dimensional solid in a 4-dimensional space - a hypersurface!
Although one often thinks of a gentleman's hat, a cylinder is any surface generated by dragging a curve in the 3 dimensional x, y ,z coordinate frame along the x, the y, or the z-axis.
In this particular example, the cylinder is generated...
The surface z = (x^2 - y^2)/(x^2 + y^2) has the simple equation z (r, t) = Cos (2 t) in cylindrical coordinates. The surface is therefore obtained by wrapping the graph of the curve z = Cos (2 t) on a circular cylinder and then expanding this...
In this video, I walk through how to use dimensional analysis to solve the question: How many seconds are in one year?
Information that I used
1 year = 365 days
1 day = 24 hours
1 hour = 60 minutes
1 minute = 60 seconds
The...
This video describes the history of Microbiology from its inicial use of lenses by lenscrafters and cloth merchants interested in the microbial world, to the developments of microscopes by Galileo Galilei and other naturalists to the final debate...