Multiplying Rationals - Problem 4 of 4
This video is a continuation and provides a more challenging example that demonstrates how to divide rational functions and simplify the answer. This example involves functions that have trinomials in the numerator and denominator with leading coefficients that are greater than one. (5:17)
Good Friday Tenebrae Service- 4/6/2012- Sam Wells
A service of Good Friday worship in Duke University Chapel. The Reverend Dr Samuel Wells delivers a sermon entitled "Finished"
Opening Excerpt from the Service: (19:59)
"Why are we here? Why are we gathered in a grand, gothic building to remember a man who died a criminal's death 2000 years ago on the other side of the world? What on earth has that got to do with us? I had a colleague who had an unfortunate habit of starting meetings by saying, "Why are we here?" It would always lead to an awk
In this video, a group of scientists heads to Antarctica to study fledgling penguins. They take measurements including size and weight to form a history of some animals.
Key vocabulary words include: Penguins, Animals, Science, Antarctica, Antarctic
The House of Affects Project
The House of Affects is an experimental installation to be part of the PerFormaSpace project pursued at the University of Cambridge, UK (DIGIS) and Goldsmiths College London, U.C.L. (Digital Studios), currently partially funded by Arts&Business East 2006, in collaboration with Econavate, UK who will provide their technical expertise in fabrication using recycled materials. This paper presents project-specific information and theoretical discussion on the design process and the computational meth
Cartooning: Drawing a Shark
Watch this video to learn to draw a cartoon shark. Detailed, step-by-step directions are demonstrated. The cartoonist explains how to stylize features when creating cartoons.
8. Flourishing and Detachment
Philosophy and the Science of Human Nature (PHIL 181)
Professor Gendler begins with a discussion of the Stoic philosopher Epictetus, who argued that once we recognize that some things are up to us and other things are not up to us, we can see that happiness requires detaching ourselves from our desires and focusing instead on our attitudes and interpretations. Three pieces of advice from Epictetus about how to cultivate such detachment are provided, along with contemporary examples. A similar t
Narrowing the Search for Dark Matter
Scientists have further narrowed the search for a hypothetical particle that could be dark matter, the mysterious stuff that makes up 80 percent of all the mass in the universe. This video from NASA Astrophysics presents the new results, compiled from two years' worth of data from NASA's Fermi Gamma-ray Space Telescope. (03:03)
Wonder Red’s –ING Word Game
Join Wonder Red as she helps to get bananas out of a tree using rhyming skills to figure out what -ING word was necessary! Wonder Red helps viewers to sound out -ING words and practice rhyming to solve the problem! (3:13)
Ukrainian protesters call for snap elections
Protesters outside Ukraine's parliament call for snap elections to replace the lawmakers they say are allowing the country to descend into chaos. Natalie Thomas reports.
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Promo - One Minute Luxembourgish
Moien - hello! My name is Julie and I'd like to welcome you to One Minute Luxembourgish from the Radio Lingua Network. In this podcast I'm going to be teaching you the basics of Luxembourgish. The great thing about this language course is that you'll be learning all you need to know in just 60 seconds - or thereabouts! Each one-minute language lesson will equip you with just enough Luxembourgish to help you get by in lots of situations, either on holiday, or on a business trip to Luxembourg. One
Why Things Fall Down -Gravity for Kids
This cartoon teaches younger students about gravity. Some key vocabulary words include: gravity, attraction, magnet, crust, mantle, core, iron, molecules, force, and Newton. (05:24)
Why Engineers Make Great CEOs
They’re detail-oriented, analytical and trained in systematic problem-solving. Engineers’ basic qualities make them good candidates for the top.
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