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One more generous work from Google..It has now come with in-built calculator..,besides a host of other freebies.U just need to enter the numbers and operators and its search engine would come out with the result..Try this out !!!
21 Nov 2006
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Math is more than numbers. This is proof! The music is from a program I bought, and was used with permission.
22 Feb 2007
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Impress your friends and show them that 2 = 1 !!!! The music is from I program I have, and was used with permission.
24 Feb 2007
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This game is the best game ever to train your brain, sometimes it will even be used as a test in job interview. YOU MUST LEARN THIS GAME
2 Sep 2007
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*******www.mindbites****/lesson/785-college-algebra-decoding-the-circle-formula learn how to find the (x, y) coordinates for the center of a circle graphed on the Cartesian coordinate system as well as the the radius of the circle from a formula
30 May 2009
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In this lesson, you will learn how to get square roots (or cube or other roots for that matter) out of the denominator of a fraction without changing the mathematical value of the fraction. This process is called 'Rationalizing' the denominator.
2 Dec 2008
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This lesson is part of a series: College Algebra This lesson answers the question, How do you find the binomial coefficients appearing in the binomial theorem? To do so, you'll use the factorial function (denoted as n! and called n-factorial).
2 Dec 2008
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This lesson is part of a series: Calculus In this lesson, you will learn how to evaluate inverse trig functions by hand or with a graphing calculator such that you can solve equations that include these functions.
2 Dec 2008
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Watch Full lesson here: *******www.mindbites****/lesson/855-c... This lesson is part of a series: Calculus In this lesson, you will learn about the existence of trigonometric inverse functions when the domain is restricted.
3 Dec 2008
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his lesson is part of a series: Calculus In this lesson, we will work on solving antidifferentiation problems involving composite trigonometric functions using the substitution method to solve for the integral.
7 Dec 2008
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