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from Daniel Pazatka Added 41 0 0

Borkoplast is an animated typeface made from handcrafted letters, composed of drawn parts of wood. This project came to existence through my work in the motion graphics class at BTK in Berlin. This typeface combines fluid arrangement with edgy animation and enables the user to customize more than just the colors of it. Borkoplast has a lot of possible applications but works best when combined with oder drawn or animated graphics and illustrations. It was a ton of fun, fail and fiddling around and I am happy with the result. Hope you like it too! Special thanks to professor Christian Mahler.

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• 00:13

from Doug Foss Added 0 0 0

Secret Symbols

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• 06:19

from Jonathan Klos Added 0 0 0

In this problem, we look at a common type of word problem that involves consecutive numbers. When we talk about consecutive numbers in math, we are talking about integers that are right after each other, such as 13 and 14, or -36 and -35. In this example, we define consecutive integers, go over examples, and then use Algebra to solve a problem finding unknown consecutive integers.

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• 07:34

from Jonathan Klos Added 0 0 0

In this video, we look at another example of translating a word problem written out in English into the correct representation of the problem as an Algebraic equation. We go line by line through the word problem and look at how each word in has meaning, and can be represented by an Algebraic number, symbol or variable.

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• 04:10

from Jonathan Klos Added 0 0 0

In this video, we dial in on a confusing part of translating word problems into the right Algebraic equation, which is subtraction. Subtraction is tricky, as there are several different words or phrases that can be interpreted as subtraction. We also need to be careful, as the order in which you subtract two numbers makes a big difference in solving the problem.

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• 05:57

from Jonathan Klos Added 0 0 0

In this video, we start to develop the ability to translate English words into Algebra numbers, variables and symbols. Algebra is a problem solving tool, in which we can take problems, situations and patterns, and represent them with the appropriate math. This is often very difficult for students, and requires thinking about math as a language. In this particular example, we go through each word in the problem, and translate it into an Algebraic equation.

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• 06:49

from Jonathan Klos Added 0 0 0

In this video, we look at another mixture problem. However, instead of mixing two different strengths of solutions, we can apply our same problem solving methods to mixing anything together. In this case, we are mixing two different types of nuts to make a mixture that has a specific price per pound. We are still able to use a chart to organize the information in the problem and define our variables. The chart then helps us write an Algebraic equation we can use to represent and solve the problem.

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• 06:25

from Jonathan Klos Added 0 0 0

In this last video of the series, we look at a word problem involving mixing two types of coins together. What tends to through students off is that the value of the coins is not included in the problem information, but we need to represent the value of a dime as \$0.10 and a nickel as \$0.05 in order to be able write an equation and solve the problem. This is another mixture problem, and we use a chart to organize the information, define the variables, and write an Algebraic equation we can solve.

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• 06:51

from Jonathan Klos Added 0 0 0

In this video, we are mixing two solutions together to form a new solution. This example is different from the previous examples in that what is unknown is the total amount of solution we have at the end. The chart helps us organize the information in the problem, but we need to be careful in how we use our variables and represent what is unknown.

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• 09:02

from Jonathan Klos Added 0 0 0

In this video we look at a mixture problem where we are mixing two different strengths of herbicides together to make a new solution of herbicide. In the example, we use a drawing to help represent and understand the problem, and then a chart to help organize the information, define the variables, and write an Algebraic equation to represent and solve the problem.

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