## Vectors and 2D Motion: Crash Course Physics #4

So far, we’ve spent a lot of time predicting movement: where things are, where they’re going, and how quickly they’re gonna get there. But there’s something missing — something that has a lot to do with Harry Styles. And today, we’re gonna address that. We’ve been talking about what happens when you do things like […]

## Algebra – Basic Algebra Lessons for Beginners / Dummies (P1) – Pass any Math Test Easily

hi welcome to Learning Algebra from Scratch a course from UltimateAlgebra.com Addition and Subtractions in Algebra we can only add things if the letters and their exponents following them are exactly the same Example: we can add 2x + 3x because they both have X following the numbers All you do is add the numbers […]

## Binary – How to Make a Computer: Part II

The number 10 is everywhere. Cultures around the world give multiples and powers of ten a kind of special significance. 10 is so central to our collective understanding of mathematics, that it’s possible you’ve never even questioned its primacy – But basing a number system around 10 is actually pretty arbitrary: we have ten fingers, […]

## Excel Finance Class 03: Math Operators and Order of Operations

Welcome to Excel and Finance video number 3. Hey, if you want to download this workbook and follow along, click on my YouTube channel, then click on my college website link, and then you can download the workbook Finance and Excel chapter 00. If you’re in the class, just go to our class website. Hey, […]

## Coding Math Mini #1: Normalization

This is Coding Math Mini Number One, Normalization I’ve been thinking about increasing the number of videos I do per week, but the 10-15 minute videos do take a while to record and edit. So I’m going to see if I can do a shorter video once a week – 5 minutes or less on […]

## The Incredible Sounds of the Falcon Heavy Launch (BINAURAL AUDIO IMMERSION) – Smarter Every Day 189

Hey, it’s me, Destin, welcome back to Smarter Every Day. So the SpaceX Falcon Heavy test flight Just happened everyone agrees the footage is phenomenal. It was amazing technological wizardry Everyone loves it, but there’s something that is missing when you view it over the internet everyone that’s ever been to an actual space launch […]

## Times Tables, Mandelbrot and the Heart of Mathematics

ok so to start off I’ve got 4 images for you. Quick question what do all of them have in common. Well, I would be very surprised if you guess this one here. (Giuseppe) They are full of lines. (M) They are full of lines, they are in a circle. But actually they are pictures […]

## Cyclic Groups (Abstract Algebra)

We say a group G is a cyclic group if it can be generated by a single element. To understand this definition and notation, we must first explain what it means for a group to be generated by an element. Once we’ve done that, we’ll give several examples, explain why the word “cyclic” was chosen […]

## Coding Math: Episode 21 – Bitmap Collision Detection

This is Coding Math Episode 21, Bitmap Collision Detection. A while back, we covered various forms of collision detection, and I believe I made a promise to cover collision detection with bitmaps at some point in the future. Well, the future is now. First of all, what exactly is a bitmap? At its most basic, […]

## MIT’S new AI coding paper reported and explained

A team of MIT researchers is making it easier for novices to get their feet wet with artificial intelligence, while also helping experts advance the field. In a paper presented at the Programming Language Design and Implementation conference this week, the researchers describe a novel probabilistic-programming system named “Gen.” Users write models and algorithms from […]