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Discover how to solve the cube using only 5 moves in this short step by step video. Complete notation as well as an example of cube solving in under 2 minutes is included. Chapter Time Codes for reference Top Cross 1:27 Top Corners 3:46 T-Letter 6:08 D L D L’ D’ F’ D’ F / […]

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In this math help video, solving one-step equations is modeled. The equations are solved using the 4 basic properties of equality: addition, subtraction, multiplication and division. The phrases solution to an equation, solve an equation and equivalent equations is discussed. Video Rating: / 5

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Data rates are growing some 40% each year, and the sheer amount of data has outstripped common analytics and staffing levels — creating a serious data analysis gap. To move forward, organizations must transform big data into smart data, which means being able to analyze data on a massive scale and quickly use it to […]

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The complete solve of an MF8 Petaminx in HD. Using 5X time-lapse, the 7h 45m solve is presented in just under 93 minutes. There is NO AUDIO so bring your own play list. The puzzle still has a bit of catchiness as it is not completely broken-in; this will disappear after another solve or two. […]

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How to solve Differential Equations? – Calculus Tips. Watch and learn now! Then take an online Calculus course at StraighterLine for college credit: http://www.straighterline.com/college-courses/general-calculus-i.cfm

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Shows you how to use the kinematic equations to solve for the time an object has traveled. Includes two worked examples.

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Arithmetic Sequence also known as arithmetic progression is a very important concept of Sequence & Series chapter of Mathematics. There are many types of the question in this chapter most of them are related with n terms of the Arithmetic progression, common difference of the arithmetic sequence, sum of n terms of the arithmetic sequence […]

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17x17x17 Over the Top World Record Cube Time-Lapse Solve!! Music: Sunflower By: Topher Mohr and Alex Elena From: YouTube Creator Audio Library 17×17 from Aaron MacDonald: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCMLwqVm3FKV03Wyags4YJ6Q/videos Oskar’s Video on the 17×17: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ihWyzvOM9pk Number of discernible positions in a 17×17: 6.69 * 10^1054 In US you would call this: 66.9 quinquagintatrecentillion. In EU you would […]

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Percentages can be done mentally both accurately and rapidly using this cool math trick. Become a genius in no time! Video Rating: / 5

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