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>>Hi, this is Julie Harland, and I’m your math gal. Please visit my website at yourmathgal.com or you can search for any of my videos organized by topic. This is Part …

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>>Hi. This is Julie Harland and I’m your math gal. Please visit my website at yourmathgal.com where you can search for any of my videos organized by topic. This is part …

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Tonight’s presentation provides a simplified understanding of four-dimensional space-time and will present some of the evidence to support it including methods of graphically work-out space-time distortion without the use of math …

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Hi! Welcome to Math Antics. In this lesson, we’re gonna learn what proportions are and how we can use them to find an unknown value. The good news is, if you …

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Welcome to MooMooMath where we upload a new Math video everyday. Today I would like to talk about converting volume, and how to convert between cups and pints, or even how …

### Measure Master Pro Dimensional Math and Conversions How To

Now let me show you how to do dimensional math and conversions on your Measure Master Pro. First off, to enter dimensions you enter them in just as you’d say them. …

### Unit Conversions Example #6 – Mixed Units

Hello. In this question, we are being to convert a length of 3.77 metres into a measurement using feet and inches, and then round that number to the nearest 16th of …

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### Math Antics – Factoring

Hi and welcome to Math Antics. In today’s lesson, we’re gonna learn all about factoring. Factoring is a math operation. It’s something you DO to a number. Now with the other …

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