1. Estimation


    from mathcrush Added 5 0 0

    This mathematics video covers estimation and its importance in the real world. The video features real world examples and helpful lessons to better understand estimation, approximation, rounding, and sampling. It is meant to entertain and motivate students to learn. This video was created by mathcrush.com and a useful handout is on the mathcrush.com website. We enjoy teaching math and believe learning can be fun too. Please visit mathcrush.com for more math worksheets and other math help and handouts.

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    • Coincident Functionality


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      Summertime 2015 www.diode-ring.com

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      • Second Movement


        from Baráth Bálint Added 17 2 0

        He was born in 1983 in Dunaújváros as the second child of his doctor parents. His musical interest showed in his early childhood. He improvised frequently and started to learn piano at the local music school. He continued his studies at the Kodály Zoltán Conservatory of Kecskemét. His piano teacher was László Gerhát. After graduation he attended Széchenyi István University in Győr. His piano teacher was Choi Insu who improved not only his technique but also his sense of music. He finished his studies at the École Normal de Music de Paris as a student of Professor Erik Berchot. He started to compose pieces during his last year at the conservatory at the age of 14. He has always tried to do his best as a pianist but apart from that, also to improve his skills in writing music as much as possible. As a performer he always tries to interpret the ideas and musical concept of the different eras, but as a composer he wants to express a personal view of the universal spirit. He is interested in almost all products of the human creative process, may it be a geometric taught, a diversified poliphonous texture or the beliefs, rhythms and melodies of an ancient culture. He believes in the interdependence and the pluralism of the different types of art. He searches the source of his compositions in the impact of the different phenomenons as well as in the inexhaustible depth of the collective unconscious. With his musical thinking he serves progress, and tries to bring the connection of subjectivity and objectivity to the highest possible level.

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        • Diamond Light Source: Science in its Purest Form


          from Ben Cowburn Added 118 0 0

          A short film about some of the scientific work that happens at Diamond Light Source, a particle accelerator that is part of the Harwell Campus in the UK. Featuring geologist Natasha Stephen, mathematician Jonny Brooks Bartlett and chemist Andrew Beale. Made by Andrew Glester and Ben Cowburn Sound of Science Ltd. 2015 soundofscience.co.uk

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          • GCSE Maths Tutors Now Available to Great Extent


            from Linda Sara Added 0 0 0

            The tutoring agencies are now coming up with more and more GCSE in various fields that is why the students are also find it convenient to contact the tutoring agencies for math GCSE tutors.

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            • Angle (Geometric Mathematics)


              from Math Doubts Added 0 0 0

              Introduction to Geometrical Explanation of concept of angle in mathematics and learn the concept of angle from a High Definition (HD) video tutorial of Math Doubts.

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              • Introduction to Concept of angle


                from Math Doubts Added 2 0 0

                Introduction to concept of angle in mathematics and an understandable High Definition (HD) video tutorial which explains you the concept of angle with animated mathematical video tutorial.

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                • MathBuster - Online Math Program


                  from Ashwani Duggal Added 12 0 0

                  After a research of over 5 years, our team led by Dr. Atul Nischal, has developed a unique method to help students become independent and confident math acheivers. The method based on proven research in cognitive psychology and pedagogy of mathematics has been used by 1000's of teachers to help millions of students worldwide. www.mathbuster.in

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                  • Tasi3a


                    from mansar Added 27 0 0

                    my works

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