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How To : Solve angle problems in geometry

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How To : Evaluate numbers raised to fractional exponents

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How To : Estimate probabilities with the empirical rule

Learn how to use the empirical rule (or 68-95-99.7 rule) to estimate probabilities for normal distributions in statistics. From Ramanujan to calculus co-creator Gottfried Leibniz, many of the world's best and brightest mathematical minds have belonged to autodidacts. And, than ...more

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How To : Find the domain and range of a function

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How To : Find the domain of a function without graphing

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How To : Solve problems involving deductive reasoning

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How To : Clear decimals from a linear equation

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How To : Find the equation of a line given 1 point

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How To : Graph a rational function using limits

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How To : Solve advanced ratio problems in algebra

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How To : Solve a system of linear equations with a TI-89

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How To : Factor trinomials with the "bottoms up" method

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How To : Calculate percentage growth rates in calculus

Want to calculate percentage growth rates (also known as the relative rates of change)? Learn how with this free video calculus lesson, which covers calculating the percentage growth rate using a logarithmic derivative, elasticity of demand and the relation between elasticity ...more

How To : Find eigenvectors and eigenspaces of a 2x2 matrix

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How To : Find the domain of a function in precalculus

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How To : Things to Do on WonderHowTo (01/18 - 01/24)

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How To : Solve quadratic equation word problems in algebra

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How To : Solve linear equations with fractions in algebra

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How To : Solve inductive reasoning problems in math

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How To : Find an LCM or GCF with the Indian method

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How To : Solve word problems involving age in algebra

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How To : Find the volume of a cone quickly

For people who are interested in math or who need to know how to find the volume of a cone for any reason, whether it be homework or architecture, this video will show you how to do so. The formula for finding the volume of a cone is (1/3) pi x radius^2 x height. You can find ...more

How To : Find the nth term of a geometric sequence

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How To : Do addition using the column addition method

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How To : Factor trinomials using the Berry factoring method

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News : Finally! A Practical Use for Arcade Game Skills

Most kids who play video games will never become professional gamers. Those that do are part of a very select group— it's like being a professional actor or athlete. It's nice work if you can get it. For everyone else, the sad realization usually arrives sooner or later that t ...more

How To : Figure out the domain of a vector function

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How To : Represent complex numbers with the Argand Diagram

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How To : Find the slant asymptote of a rational function

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How To : Solve a set of linear equations with the TI-83

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How To : Solve linear equations in the form of AX+B=C

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How To : Add and subtract complex numbers

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How To : Pattern your shotgun

When shooting a shotgun, you don't really have to aim--just point and shoot. Whether you hit what you're shooting at depends on how well you did your homework. "Patterning" your shotgun allows you to choose exactly the right brand of shells, size and type of shot and type of c ...more

How To : 10 Must-Have Chrome Tools for Lazy Students

Chrome apps and extensions are powerful tools for students: they can help optimize your web browsing experience by helping you take notes, check your grammar as you compose documents and emails, and even help you squeeze a little more juice out of your laptop's battery by free ...more

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