Defintion and Examples of How to Find the Mode
The narrator talks about the several difference measures of central tendency.  The lesson then goes on to  determine the modal score of a data set.  A couple of examples are used to illustrate how to find the mode using numbers written on a paper bulletin board.  It is okay to no mode, one mode, or multiple modes but the narrator warns that excel has a malfunction that can miss multiple modes and will only catch the lowest value and ignore that there may be a greater number t
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Direct Proportion Using Hooke's Law
This is a lesson excerpt.  To see the whole video go to mindbites.com/lesson/918.  This video explains direct proportionality. Professor Burger uses a real-world example of a spring and Hooke's Law using a slinky. Hooke's law states that the distance a spring stretches varies directly to the force applied. If force, f, is directly proportional to distance, d, then d~f or d=kf. This equation allows us to find the constant, k, of how much the spring stretches when force is applied. After
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Beginning Algebra: Factoring Trinomials
Taught by Professor Edward Burger, this lesson was selected from a broader, comprehensive course, Beginning Algebra.

In this lesson, you will learn how to factor trinomials using a reverse-FOIL trial-and-error method. You will start by simplifying the trinomial as much as possible, by removing any common factors or grouping any possible combinations. Then, try the reverse-FOIL by first breaking up the squared term. He also gives you a hint that when the last factor of the

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Solving Systems of Equations by Substitution
This lesson is for ntermediate Algebra Level.Â  In the lesson, Professor Burger shows how to solve systems of equations using a technique known as substitution. In this approach, students solve one equation for one of the variables (eg y) and then plug the value (what y is equal to) into into the other equation (anywhere a y appears). This substitution will allow you to solve for x and then in turn solve for y.Â  Professor Burger walks the viewerÂ  through several different types of
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Adding and Subtracting Rational Expressions
In this video, the instructor talks about adding and subtracting rational expressions.  He first defines what rational expressions are and how they are different from equations.  In general, the instructor states that the idea is to make the expression into a single fraction if possible.  The instructor walks the viewer step by step through three different examples of adding and subtracting rational expressions.

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Nietzsche on Hardship 1 of 3
Philosophy - A Guide to Happiness: with Alain DeBotton.Â  We all have dark periods in our lives, we all face difficulties that seem insurmountable, we all encounter setbacks and when we do we are often tempted to through in the towel.Â  Most philosophers have tried to help us to reduce the amount we suffer.Â  There was one philosopher, Nietzsche, believed all varieties of suffering and failure were to be welcomed by anyone seeking happiness.Â  He
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Basic Math; Divisibility Rules of the Number 5
Instructor has a strip of paper on the screen for this very short video concerning divisibility rules for number 5. Instructor does not write anything--he just talks. For elementary and middle school students.
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Letter N for Natasha with Maya Angelou
In this Sesame Street clip, Maya Angelou talks to muppet Natasha about the letter n sound that begins Natasha's name. She also talks about other things that begin with the letter N. (:32)
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Grover and the Growing Letter "G"
The classic Sesame Street clip will make children smile. Â Grover gives examples of words that begin with the letter "g." As Grover talks about the work "grow," the letter "g" grows and confuses Grover. (2:23)
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Numbers in the Teens (They start with a One) Song
This short, catchy song talks about numbers from 11-19.  It describes each number and how it is properly written.  The song tells learners that each teen number starts with number 1.

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Subjective Pronouns
This is just an excerpt from the entire video.  The entire video can be viewed at mindbites.com/lesson/2851.  The setting of the video clip is at a candle-lit dinner party with friends.   In the clip she talks about the dinner quests and shows ways to shorten sentences by using one pronoun as the subject.

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Synonyms - Humongous Synonym Song
This song, in the style of old fashioned operettas, talks about the meaning of the word humongous and mentions a Â number of synonyms (and a few antonyms) for the word. Each word is spelled out on the screen as it is sung in the song.Â Produced by PBSkids for the learn to read series, "Between the Lions." (1:24)
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Word Association and synonyms
In this lessonÂ shows ways to expand your word power using words that are associated or that meanÂ something similar.Â The presenter talks about words that mean similar things and how they can help you to enlarge your vocabulary.
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This is an student English project. The slide show Â talks about the meaning of onomatopoeias â€“ words that imitate the sound they represent. Â  Many examples of Â onomatopoeias and how they are used are shown. Â Video also shows how they can be used in writing, or to give a picture action, or as a fashion statement. (2:06)

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Double "e" Song - Between the Lions
In this video from the PBS Kids series, "Between the Lions", a jazzy tune performed by Fonix talks about all kinds of words that can be made from "ee" together in a word. Words include "green", "meek", and "steep". As each word is mentioned in the song, it is spelled out on the screen. (1:23)
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Diversity of Protestantism
This is the third part of the interview to Dr. Brekus. She talks about the different groups of Protestantism and what originated them. There is reference to the characteristics of the different groups.
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Chinese Religions
This video shows an interview to Dr Adler where he talks about the different Chinese Religions. He refers to the concept of heaven and to the characteristics of the religions.
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Taoism Vs Confucianism
This is the second part of the interview to Dr. Adler. He talks about the difference between TaoismÂ and Confucianism. He gives a historical background.
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Religious Influence on Chinese Culture
This video shows part of an interview to Dr. Adler. He talks about Chinese culture and explains the influence Religion has on it. He gives a historical background.
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What is Psychology Part 2 of 2
In this video, the professor discusses how to become a psychologist in one of the varying types. It also shows the four major goals of psychologists. The video is changing texts with narration. Run time 09:03.

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