Graphing Systems of Linear Inequalities
In  this video, the instructor goes through the steps needed to graph a system of linear inequalities.  He discusses slope, shows how to draw the line on the coordinate plane, and explains what section of the graph should be shaded.  There is some shadow on the white board which makes it a little more difficult to see at times during the instruction. (04:49)

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Solving and Graphing Linear Inequalities in Two Variables, Part I - Khan Academy
In this video, Sal Khan demonstrates how to solve and graph a linear inequality (y > 5). He starts with a number line. Salman Khan is the recipient of the 2009 Microsoft Tech Award in Education. (02:14) There is a lot of information on the screen--the viewer may want to open the video to 'full screen.' (02:15)
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Graphing Linear Inequalities in Two Variables, Part III - Khan Academy
In this video, Sal Khan demonstrates how to graph a linear inequality. Sal Khan is the recipient of the 2009 Microsoft Tech Award in Education. (03:20) There is a lot of information on the screen--the viewer may want to open the video to 'full screen.' (03:20)
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Graphing Systems of Inequalities, Part 1 - Khan Academy
The instructor in this video, Sal Khan, introduces the process of graphing inequalities. 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. (04:56)
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Solving and Graphing Multi-Step Inequalities
Sometimes we get more complex inequalities that take more than one step to solve. This video clip explains how to solve multi-step inequalities by using addition and multiplication. Many of the techniques are similar to those learned when solving multi-step equations. (1:11)
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Graphing Inequalities With 2 Variables
A lesson on graphing inequalities with two variables.  A math teacher explains that the graph should be plotted with a pair of axes reflecting the variables X and Y. Inequalities with two variables, such as X and Y, are graphed on a whiteboard.

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Geometry Tips : The History of Pascal's Triangle
The history of Pascal's triangle begins with the Indians and the Persians who first started working on this pattern of numbers, and it developed through China in the 13th century hundreds of years before Pascal was even born. (02:00)

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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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This video looks at the history of the Olympics.  The video starts with Athens, 1896 being the first Olympics.  (00:58)

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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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History of the Olympic Games
This video outlines the long and storied history of the Olympic Games which date back to Ancient Greece to 8th century BC.Â  People from various city states would compete. In 1894 the IOC was created and Athens was chosen for the games in 1896-for male athletes only. (1:59)
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Passover Matzo (3:15)
In this video watchers learn why the matzo is traditionally eaten during Passover. This explains how it is made.
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The Wright Brothers
The Wright Brothers made the world's first powered flights. This video goes into some detail about their accomplishment using original documents. Interesting asides as well.
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Korean War ( The war winds down ) 15/15
Korean War - The war winds down Video gives history of the war. See Korea as the soldiers saw it. Pictures are real and may be disturbing.
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The History of the Apple Tree
The history of the apple tree dates back thousands of years,
beginning in the Nile river valley and throughout Europe and the Middle East. In this clip learn about how apples made it to America with information and tips from a sustainable gardener.

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Algebra: Applying the Rules of Exponents, Part 2 of 2
The instructor, Ed Burger, demonstrates how to apply the rules of exponents. The instructor is in the corner of the screen while writing equations. (05:50)
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Introducing Our Literary Community Workshop 1
Meet the eight teachers and their schools featured in the video
programs. Learn the guiding principles through which they form their
classes into engaged literary communities. Dr. Langer weaves the
and the ways teachers can foster this kind of learner.

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Beginning Algebra: Multiplying Polynomials
This lesson is part of a series: Beginner Algebra

Once you have learned to add and subtract polynomials by combining like terms, Professor Burger teaches you how to multiply polynomials. First, he covers how to multiply powers with the same base. Then, he will cover how to raise one power to another power [(x^a)^b]. Finally, Prof. Burger will show you how to multiply two binomials, making sure you distribute every term.

Taught by Professor Edward Burger, this lesson was

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Capabilities of the Newborn
Covers infant development and the capacities of the newborn.
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How Did the Printing Press Change the World?
How Did the Printing Press Change the World?. Part of the series: History Questions. The printing press changed the world because it increased the amount of information available to a huge mass of people. Find out how Gutenberg influenced Europe in this brief video. (01:34)
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