1. Euler's number 1d: Exponent addition identity

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    (C) 2012-2013 David Liao lookatphysics.com exp(x)exp(y) = exp(x+y)

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    • Euler's number 1c: Exponent multiplication identity

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      (C) 2012-2013 David Liao lookatphysics.com (exp(x))^p = exp(px)

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      • Nanotube Self-Assembly

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        • Euler's number 1b: exp(0) = 1

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          (C) 2012-2013 David Liao lookatphysics.com exp(0) = 1

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          • Euler's number 1a: Compound interest

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            (C) 2011-2013 David Liao lookatphysics.com Compounding interest with arbitrarily small compounding periods Power series representation of exp(x)

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            • Separation of variables

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              (C) 2011-2013 David Liao lookatphysics.com Two wrongs make a right Tear two differentials apart as though they retained meaning in isolation Slap on the smooth S integral sign as…

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              • Integration a: Area under a curve

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                (C) 2011-2013 David Liao (lookatphysics.com) In these four videos, we develop a familiar with integration that will later be useful for deducing functions of time (e.g. number of copies…

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                • Spirit Science 1 - Thoughts

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                  You can have, do, or be, ANYTHING you want. This week, Patchman dives into the unknown by discussing a very simple topic. Thoughts, Emotions, and the power that they bestow upon you. Or rather, how…

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                  • The Characteristic Curve of an Electric Lamp

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                    Practical 17: Dr. Gregg McIntosh shows how to determine the characteristic curve of two electric lamps. Departamento de Geofísica y Meteorología. Universidad Complutense de Madrid.

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                    • Cycles and Physics Simulation in Blender 2.61

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                      Cycles is really one of the best features build in Blender. I have not used it yet for other scenes than physics simulation, but I should really try to use it for some fun animation.

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