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Tons of teaching and tutoring experience shape the videos that you see on my channel. Game theory has applications to economics, sociology, political science and more. Lot of different tests and techniques are discussed! These videos are intended to be a supplement to what a hopefully good teacher is providing you with in the class room. I like math and I like sharing my understanding of it. Sign up for weekly ish emails with new, affordable learning resources for you and your kids from Learnamic, spam-free every time! I make straight, to the point videos on how to tackle different math problems. This play list should be pretty much in order with the way many people will see material in the class.

I like math and I like sharing my understanding of it. This play list should be pretty much in order with the way many people will see material in the class. Combinations, permutations, and probability. Trying to empower people with a bit of math know-how! Game theory has applications to economics, sociology, political science and more. I start with antiderivatives and integration, then go on to applications of integration areas, volumes , along with inverses I talk about some important theorems, do a few proofs and of course do some examples of using the Laplace Identifying polynomials; symmetry; adding, subtracting, multiplying, and simplifying polynomials; long and synthetic division; and the remainder theorem.

The goal is to find optimal solutions in a variety of conflict situations.

Basic properties of exponents, negative exponents, and rational exponents. Parabolas, hyperbolas, ellipses and circles, plus how to identify a conic by completing the square.

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My goal is to make your time as useful and effective as possible when studying. I start with antiderivatives and integration, then go on to applications of integration areas, volumesalong with inverses Of course, not all classes are the same, so some of my videos may be out of order with payrickjmt Trying to empower people with a bit of math know-how!

In this series of videos, I try to hit the highlights about the Laplace Transform. Finding zeros of a polynomial, finding the polynomial given zeros, the rational roots test, finding the number of zeros, and finding additional roots with the conjugate pair theorem.

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This play list should be pretty much in order with the way many people will see material in the class. Video tutorials on sequences and series.

Lot of different tests and techniques are discussed! Some combinatorics and discrete math basics. These videos are intended to be a supplement to what a hopefully good teacher is providing you with in the class room.

Sign up for weekly ish emails with new, affordable learning resources for you and your kids from Learnamic, spam-free every time! Using the definition of a derivative; basic examples; the product, quotient, and chain rules; more complex examples; implicit differentiation; derivatives of logarithms; logarithmic This play list covers stuff from second semester calculus.

The basics of manipulating functions — adding, subtracting, multiplying, and dividing functions, and function composition. Please consider supporting my making of educational content by pledging at: I like math and I like sharing my understanding of it.

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Just a playlist of videos related to Differential Equations. I talk about some important theorems, do a few proofs and of course do some examples of using the Laplace Game theory has applications to economics, sociology, political science and more.

Tons of teaching and tutoring experience shape the videos that you see on my channel.

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No gimmicks and no distractions. Word Problems Solving word problems using quadratic equations. Combinations, permutations, and probability. I make straight, to the point videos on how to tackle different math problems.

All about quadratic equations: The playlist is NOT complete, so do a search of individual topics you would like to see. See samples What grade levels would you like to receive learning resources for?

Identifying polynomials; symmetry; adding, subtracting, multiplying, and simplifying polynomials; long and synthetic division; and the remainder theorem. Former Math Instructor at a Top 20 University. This playlist starts off with different patrickmmt methods, and ends with applications of those methods to find areas, volumes, and arc lengths. I start foudier some prerequisite definitions and ideas that we will need to discuss Fourier Series.