Basic Calculations in Mathematics : Calculating the Perimeter of a Circle
The perimeter of a circle is calculated by measuring the radius and multiplying it by 2 pi. Calculate the perimeter of a circle with a professional math tutor in this video on math skills. There are English captions at the bottom.

Expert: Fernando Millan
Contact: www.tutormath.info
Bio: Fernando Millan is the owner and founder of Math Specialists LLC and has taught college mathematics courses at Miami Dade Community College, Barry University and University of Florida, am

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[NOTE: This video is only the first 20 minutes of the full lesson, please visit my website to purchase complete version] This lesson consists of providing you with a Self-Tutorial on how to solve typical linear word problems (story problems or applied problems). The tutor shows you how to solve for a specific variable in formulas. He also discusses how to covert a repeating decimal into a fraction (which was skipped in Basic Math: Lesson 6 -"Fractions") and will teach you how to convert uni
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Video states French philosopher, Jean Paul Sartre, spent a lifetime defining conventional logic.  The man who never felt so-free as under German occupation would go on challenge almost every assumption about the way live and the our search for freedom.  He looked at the physical sense of freedom.  It was in a Prisoner of War camp that he realized the potential of his ideas of personal freedom.  He did not kn
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How to Use Parentheses
Parentheses are often used to offset an intense moment or a weak moment of a sentence. Use parentheses to emphasize or take away from what's going on in a sentence with help from a certified tutor in this video. (1:22)
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Willie Smits Restores a Rainforest
By piecing together a complex ecological puzzle, biologist Willie Smits has found a way to re-grow clearcut rainforest in Borneo, saving local orangutans -- and creating a thrilling blueprint for restoring fragile ecosystems.  Willie Smits has devoted his life to saving the forest habitat of orangutans, the "thinkers of the jungle." As towns, farms and wars encroach on native forests, Smits works to save what is left. Run time 20:39.
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What Is Ammonia?
Ammonia is a chemical compound molecule that is made of one part
nitrogen and three parts hydrogen. It plays an extremely important role
in the nitrogen cycle. Identify ammonia by its pungent smell with advice
from a science tutor in this video.

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Magic School Bus "Gets Eaten"
Join Ms. Frizzle and the class as they search for a connection between pond scum and tuna fish.  Scum is a kind of algae and algae and tuna are part of the same food chain!  This Magic School Bus episode will cover the following two concepts: (1) Living things are linked by what they eat and what eats them. and (2) Almost all food chains begin with plants.  Run time 22 minutes.
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How to Make a Frequency Table
Frequency tables is created to give a certain piece of data, such as how many siblings each member of a classroom has. In this video you will find out how to make and interpret a frequency table with help from a tutor.

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Recognizing A Fragment
This video focuses on sentence skills.  The tutor will give tips to help figure out whether a sentence is truly a complete sentence. Examples of multiple-choice questions are shown as text with options to choose from to answer the questions about fragments.

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While in office, the president is the national head of his political party. Grounded in tradition, this role carries special privileges as well as many responsibilities. The privileges include having a heavy influence on the party's platform, choosing party leaders at the national committee level, and becoming the goodwill ambassador for the party by building relationships with state and local party leaders. (Video is narrated with slides and speeches.)
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Federal VS State Powers
This superhero-style cartoon from Ignite Learning compares the powers of the federal government to the powers of state governments. Some of the federal powers in this video include the ability to coin money, regulate foreign commerse, declare war, make peace, provide for the common defense, maintain armed services, and pass immigration laws.  Examples of the state powers include providing education, conducting elections, and provide for local governments. The video also addresses concurren
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General Strategy for Solving Calculus Word Problems
A tutor uses a specific calculus problem from the field of economics (a profit maximization problem) to share a general problem solving strategy that can be used for all calculus word problems.   (6:28)
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Gorilla Charge
Professional video follows a group of scientists as they search out a group of wild gorillas. The group of scientists are charged by a family of wild gorillas as they get too close for the gorilla's comfort. 2:23 min.
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Clay Corridor
The land between Dresden and Nelsonville offers high quality clay
deposits--perfect for pottery making. Artists in the Clay Corridor turn
this local resource into works of art.

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The Lost Colony of Roanoke
This video from "In Search of History", introduces the Lost Colony of
Roanoke. The colony's leader, John White, was sent to England to get
supplies for the colony. Unfortunately, his return was delayed because
England was at war with Spain. Run time 04:17.

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Visit to a Museum in England- Learn about Ancient worlds
In this programme Year 7 pupils are treated to a visit to the World Museum in Liverpool as an introduction to Key Stage 3 history.
Teacher Gareth Rogers from Weatherhead High School on the Wirral chose a day of Egyptian-themed sessions to make best use of the collections his local museum has to offer.
On the trip they find out about mummification through role-playing, handle Egyptian treasures and practice writing hieroglyphics. (Professional video)

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The Arts in Every Classroom: Working With Local Artists
Students and teachers at P.S. 156 (The Waverly School of the Arts) in Brooklyn, New York, benefit from the school’s established relationships with artists from local organizations. This program focuses on a first–grade class creating original works with visiting artists — a dancer and a writer.
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How to Improve at Tennis
How to Improve at Tennis. Part of the series: Tennis Lessons. A great way to improve your tennis game is to simply play more tennis, find a tennis partner for motivation, and join a local tennis organization. Consider taking lessons to hone your skills. (1:04)
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Learn How Math is Used in Sports
'Have you ever wondered if they use math in sports? They use math in a lot of sports. For example in baseball, math is used to find the batting average for the players. In football they need math. The reason is because they have to calculate the yards they get to the touchdown. In basketball they need math too. One of the ways they use math in basketball is because they have to find the average points a player scores a game. In bowling they use math to find how many points were scored in each fr
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How Nurses Use Algebra
Nurses need to know algebra and math in order to do their job effectively. Learn how nurse use algebra from a mathematics tutor. Fernando Millan is the owner and founder of Math Specialists LLC and has taught college mathematics courses at Miami Dade Community College, Barry University. and University of Florida, among others.

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