Solving Compound Inequalities
This lesson demonstrates how to solve a compound inequality then shows how to graph the inequality.  The instructor goes through how to do this step by step on a white board.  Then, he shows the solution set on a number line.

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Linear Inequalities
If we want to solve for or describe a region in a coordinate plane, we can use linear inequalities. Linear inequalities give us a set of solutions as opposed to just one solution. This video clip explains how to solve linear inequalities using similar methods as in solving multi-step equations, except that there are extra rules when using multiplication and division. We graph linear inequalities by shading regions of number lines or coordinate planes. (6:20)
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Solving and Graphing Inequalities
Inequalities are useful for finding a range of solutions. Solving and graphing inequalities is a key to finding and showing that range. This video clip explains how to solve inequalities using a lot of the same methods as those in solving multi-step equations when dealing with additive inverses, although some things are different when solving inequalities using multiplication. We graph inequalities using number lines. (1:32)
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Graphing Systems of Inequalities, Part 2
The instructor in this video, Sal Khan, in an easy, conversational tone, continues to discuss how to graph inequalities. Mr. Khan uses the Paint Program (with different colors) to illustrate his points. Sal Khan is the recipient of the 2009 Microsoft Tech Award in Education. The student or educator may want to open the video to 'full screen' as the instructor is using a black background and the writing is small.
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The Olympians
This video is a photostory about the Olympians, an elite group of Greek gods and goddesses.  It is set to music as a variety of representations of the Olympians are shown on the screen, while text tells us the name of each of these Gods.
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Class of the Titans - Episode 50 - "Golden Boy" - Part 1
Neil's growing arrogance and good fortune draws out the goddess Nemesis, who decides our Golden Boy needs to be taught a lesson. She curses him with the Midas Touch and now everything he touches then turns to gold. Meanwhile, Jay and the others are drawing Cronus into a trap. Just as they are about to spring it, Neil messes things up... big time... by turning his friends into golden statues!  A great animated video that
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Neil's growing arrogance and good fortune draws out the goddess Nemesis, who decides our Golden Boy needs to be taught
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How to Create a Pie Graph
In this video, the instructor shows how to create a simple pie graph with a legend. He uses a frequency chart to come up with fractions for each category to then convert to percentages which will be used to create the Pie Graph.  He uses computer software to demonstrate. Concise and easy to understand.
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Video looks at the history of the Olympics.  Video starts with Athens, 1896 being the first Olympics, there is a note saying “Much Wenlock was actually the first modern Olympics, but the IOC had not been established at the time so Athens was the first modern Olympics instead.  Video progresses through all the Olympics up to 2012, which London will host.

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3 Facts - Ancient Olympic Boxing
Boxing was first accepted as an Olympic sport in 688 BC, being called Pygme or Pygmachia. Participants trained on punching bags (called a korykos). Fighters wore leather straps (called himantes) over their hands, wrists, and sometimes breast, to protect them from injury. The straps left their fingers free. Legend had it that the Spartans were the first to box as a way to prepare for sword and shield fighting. According to Philostratos, the good boxer should have long and powerful arms, strong sh
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Olympic Games Though History
This is a very good slideshow concerning the Olympic Games. The slides appear a little too fast, but the information contained within the slides is interesting. There is no narration--just music and captions. (2:58)
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Olympics, Ancient Early Games
The ancient Olympics began in about the eighth century, B.C. How important were those games to the Greeks? What honors were bestowed on the winning athletes? Why did they end, after twelve hundred years? (9:54)

Take a virtual trip to the ancient world to discover more about it.  Move the video forward - to 6:00 - to begin the trip.

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Olympics, Ancient - Honors for the Athletes
So highly regarded were winning athletes, in the ancient Olympic games, that their names were used in the Greek calendar.  People referenced events by the year that a particular champion prevailed in his sport.

What other honors were bestowed upon winning athletes in the ancient games?  Take a look at the very beginning of this clip from Seven Wonders of Ancient Greece.

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#24 How to Use a Metronome: Why is a Metronome Important?
In this lesson, I explain why we need a metronome, and what are some good exercises to use with metronomes. Metronomes can help keep us steady and on beat. These little things might drive you crazy, but they are SO worth using.
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Lesson #3 How to play the Piano
This lesson works on chords, scales, and triads.  Andrew talks about how chords start on the tonic (first note of the scale) and is the strongest chord of all.  Broken and solid chords are demonstrated. You should practice at least 15 minutes every day.
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Pick Up Measures
Pick up measures are in the beginning of a piece of music.  They are incomplete measures, meaning they do not have all of the beats indicated in the time signature.  Lecture style video. (3:24)
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LDS Temples
Learn in this video why the Church of Jesus Christ of Later Day Saints ( LDS faith or Mormon) build temples. "Throughout history, the Lord has commanded His people to build temples. Temples are literally houses of the Lord. They are holy places of worship where individuals make sacred promises with God."  Run time 03:14
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The Olive Tree and Other Songs.... Latter Day Saint Temples
Three really good songs from the Latter Day Mormon audio track with pictures of beautiful temples.
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Mormon Temple Ceremony and Temple Worship - 2 of 5
In this video, Between Heaven and Earth, religious scholars of various faiths discuss the importance of temple worship from the time of Adam and Eve to modern man and provide a broad insight in the concept and need for temples. This clip talks about temple worship and why early Latter-day Saints built temples.
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Mormon Temple and Eternal Family - 3 of 5
In this video, Between Heaven and Earth, religious scholars of various faiths discuss the importance of temple worship from the time of Adam and Eve to modern man and provide a broad insight in the concept and need for temples. This clips talks about how temples make it possible to be with our family for eternity.
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