Basic Limit Information

July 19, 2010  |  Limits  |  No Comments

This video contains some basic information about limits. This can be particularly helpful if you’re new to the concept of limits or if you simply wish to refresh your memory.

Basic Trigonometry – Sohcahtoa | Part 1

July 19, 2010  |  Trigonometry  |  No Comments

Part 1 of Basic Trigonometry. This video introduces some important trig concepts.

A short introduction to trigonometry. Among other things, the sine, cosine and the tangent is covered. We also get to learn about the famous mnemonic for remembering the relationships between them (in terms of being adjacent or opposite), namely: sohcahtoa or so cah toa. An introductory video to start out with if you’re new to trigonometry.

Basic Trigonometry – Sohcahtoa | Part 2

July 19, 2010  |  Trigonometry  |  No Comments

Part 2 of Basic Trigonometry. This video contains more examples.

A short introduction to trigonometry. Among other things, the sine, cosine and the tangent is covered. We also get to learn about the famous mnemonic for remembering the relationships between them (in terms of being adjacent or opposite), namely: sohcahtoa or so cah toa. An introductory video to start out with if you’re new to trigonometry.

Different Variance Formulas

July 19, 2010  |  Stats  |  No Comments

In this video some different formulas for variance is introduced. It’s important so you won’t get confused when you see one formula in one textbook and another in some other textbook. There are simply put, alternate ways of writing it. Understanding the different formulas gives you a deeper intuition into the matter at hand.

Basic Derivative Examples

July 19, 2010  |  Calculus  |  No Comments

Examples of some basic derivatives. You’ll need to master the basic ones before you can proceed to learn more advanced derivatives.

Adding and Subtracting Functions

July 19, 2010  |  Algebra  |  2 Comments

This video deals with the addition and subtraction of functions. Learn how to algebraically add and subtract functions. This something everyone needs to know if they intend to master algebra.

College Calculator

July 18, 2010  |  General Tips  |  No Comments

We have a new tool ready for ya all, it’s fresh out of the oven. I didn’t bake it though, the code is based on a wp-plugin.

I’ve added a college savings calculator for anyone who’s interested in saving money for college. Below is a screen shot from the actual widget: Read More

Basic Addition

July 18, 2010  |  Arthmetic  |  No Comments

In this video, addition in it’s most basic form is covered. If you need to refresh your memory on addition, this is the video to watch. It doesn’t get any more basic than this. The video starts of from 1+1 and then continues from there.

Be Generalists Even If You’re Specialists!

June 26, 2010  |  Educational Theory  |  1 Comment

Today I want to speak to you about a topic that was discussed in a course I took this summer at Gothenburg University (GU). The lecturer, a professor emeritus by the name of Guy Heyden is somewhat of an embodiment of the generalist concept. He’s been active in more fields than I can pronounce, spanning everything from pathology, anthropology, histology, dentistry to sociology and oral health. Today’s article stems from the lectures that he delivered at GU a few weeks ago. Read More

How To Pass English

June 24, 2010  |  How to, How To Pass  |  9 Comments

Passing English isn’t really that difficult. Like all language studies you need to stay focused and be as effective as possible. The following are just a few advice on how to pass a subject such as English. Read More