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Finding the sum, difference, product and quotient is something that you do by examining two key numbers. Find the sum, difference, product or quotient with help from an expert in computers in this free video clip.
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We introduce ordered pairs and cartesian products. We also look at the definition of n-tuples and the cardinatliy of cartesian products.
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If you multiply a number with only 1s by itself, you end up with a palindrome of the numbers in ascending and then descending order. People have called this an example of the "beauty of mathematics." If your number has N digits of 1, then its square will be the numbers 1 to N in ascending and then descending order. The pattern continues indefinitely, although it "breaks" after 9 because of carry over. I explain why the pattern happens using the method of multiplying by lines.
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We do some problems related to the rule of product and rule of sum.
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Find the product of fractions by multiplying all the numerators and dividing the product of the denominators. Learn the mathematical process for finding the product of fractions using tips from a math tutor in this free video on math skills.
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The ancient Egyptians used a division method we call "partial quotients." It's a quick an intuitive way to do division.
Also check out how ancient Egyptians multiplied numbers: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qHXsKyVSPOU
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The problem 30 divided by 2 1/2 is documented in the Rind Mathematical Papyrus, Problem 76. The document is from ~1650 BC, which is more than 3,600 years ago.
Rind Mathematical Papyrus: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Rhind_Mathematical_Papyrus
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This video lecture will help you to understand detailed description of Dot product and Cross product with its Examples.
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Polynomials can be multiplied resulting in a special product like the product of two binomials, product of the sum and difference of two terms, square of a binomial, cube of a binomial, and product of the special case of multiplying a binomial and a trinomial.
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Do you need to speak about or understand mathematics or geometry in English? This lesson teaches you all the terminology you need to translate your mathematics knowledge into English. This video will be especially important for students who are studying in an English-speaking country, and for professionals who need to work with English speakers. I'll also explain the correct sentence structures we use to talk about common mathematical operations in English. For example: "One plus one equals two", "one and one is two", "if you add one and one, you get two", and many more. This lesson covers terminology about: operations (+ - * /), fractions, decimals, exponents, roots, shapes, measurements, angles, triangles, and much more. Don't let English stand in the way of your mathematics!
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Hi. Welcome to www.engvid.com. I'm Adam. In today's video I'm going to look at some math. Now, I know this is an English site, don't worry, I'm not actually going to do any math. Philosophy and English major, so math not my favourite, but I will give you some math terminology, words that you need if you're going to do math. Now, a lot of you might be engineers or you might be students who came from another country to an English-speaking country, and you go to math class and you know the math, but you're not sure of the wording. Okay? So this is what we're looking at, terminology, only the words that you need to go into a math class or to do some math on your own. Okay?
We're going to start with the very basics. You know all these functions already. I'm just going to give you some ways to talk about them, and then we'll move on to some other functions and other parts. So, you know the four basic functions: "addition", "subtraction", "multiplication", and "division". What you need to know is ways to say an equation. Right? You know an equation. "1 + 1 = 2", that's an equation. "x2 + y3 = znth", that's also an equation which I'm not even going to get into.
So, let's start with addition. The way to talk about addition. You can say: "1 plus 1", "plus", of course is "+" symbol, that's the plus symbol. "1 plus 1 equals 2." 2 means the total, is also called the "sum". Now, you can also say: "The sum of 1 and 1 is 2." You can also just say, without this part: "1 and 1 is 2." So you don't need the plus, you don't need the equal; you can use "and" and "is", but it means the same thing. Everybody will understand you're making... You're doing addition. Sorry. Doing addition, not making. If you add 1 and 1, you get 2. Okay? So: "add" and "get", other words you can use to express the equation. Now, if you're doing math problems, math problems are word problems. I know a lot of you have a hard time understanding the question because of the words, so different ways to look at these functions using different words, different verbs especially.
If we look at subtraction: "10 minus 5 equals 5". "5", the answer is also called the "difference". For addition it's the "sum", for subtraction it's "difference". "10, subtract 5 gives you 5." Or: "10 deduct"-means take away-"5", we can also say: "Take 5 away"... Oh, I forgot a word here. Sorry. "Take 5 away from 10, you get", okay? "10 subtract 5", you can say: "gives you 5", sorry, I had to think about that. Math, not my specialty. So: "Take 5 away from 5, you get 5", "Take 5 away from 5, you're left with", "left with" means what remains. Okay, so again, different ways to say the exact same thing. So if you see different math problems in different language you can understand what they're saying. Okay?
Multiplication. "5 times 5", that's: "5 times 5 equals 25". "25" is the "product", the answer to the multiplication, the product. "5 multiplied by 5", don't forget the "by". "5 multiplied by 5 is 25", "is", "gives you", "gets", etc.
Then we go to division. "9 divided by 3 equals 3", "3", the answer is called the "quotient". This is a "q". I don't have a very pretty "q", but it's a "q". "Quotient". Okay? "3 goes into... 3 goes into 9 three times", so you can reverse the order of the equation. Here, when... In addition, subtraction, multiplication... Well, actually addition and multiplication you can reverse the order and it says the same thing. Here you have to reverse the order: "goes into" as opposed to "divided by", so pay attention to the prepositions as well. Gives you... Sorry. "3 goes into 9 three times", there's your answer. "10 divided by 4", now, sometimes you get an uneven number. So: "10 divided by 4" gives you 2 with a remainder of 2, so: "2 remainder 2". Sometimes it'll be "2R2", you might see it like that. Okay? So these are the basic functions you have to look at. Now we're going to get into a little bit more complicated math things. We're going to look at fractions, exponents, we're going to look at some geometry issues, things like that.

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Happy Monday, Everyone! Today’s video is on the Dot and Cross Products, including their definitions, properties, and a couple theorems involving both.
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We introduce the rule of sum (addition rule) and rule of product (product rule) in counting.
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Vedic Mathematics makes algebraic multiplication much easier. Here, VSR expalins how to find the product of two binomials quickly, using a vedic mathematics sutra " By vertically ad crosswise".

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How can you take the product of two physical quantities using vectors? In this video you learn to calculate the dot product in a algebraic way and learn the properties of the dot product. This video is part of a mini course on vectors for students of the TU Delft following mechanics courses.

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In math, all numbers can be decomposed into factors and the product of the factors equals the value of the number. Discover the definition of factors in math with tips from a mathematics tutor in this free video on math lessons.
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The product of polynomials is the result that is reached by multiplying two polynomials together. Use the FOIL method when finding the product of polynomials with help from a math author and teacher in this free video on math lessons.
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This video discusses the dot product or scalar product in vectors for A levels (H2) math.
How to use the dot product to find an angle between two non-parallel vectors. This video also discusses the properties of the dot product.
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Help with multiplication, for the home link titled "which way out."

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Jeff Lewis

Partial products means we multiply numbers part-by-part. For example, 5 x 36 is done as 5 x 30 and 5 x 6, and those two parts are added. You can quite easily do these in your head when one number has two digits and the other has one.
This concept is very important, as it is the basis for the regular multi-digit multiplication algorithm studied in 4th grade.
I also teach it in my book Math Mammoth Multiplication 2 at http://www.mathmammoth.com/multiplication_2.php - available both as an inexpensive download ($5.10) and as a printed copy.

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Math Mammoth

This video explains how to find the product to two 2 digit numbers.
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The vector space ν with an inner product is called a (real) inner product space.
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Help with third grade math

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Jeff Lewis

Learn how to multiply polynomials. To multiply polynomials, we use the distributive property. The distributive property is essential for multiplying polynomials. The distributive property is the use of each term of one of the polynomials to multiply all the terms of the other polynomial. After multiplying the polynomials, we then simplify the product by combining the like terms and evaluating (add or subtract) them. As we multiply polynomials with more and more terms we often lean on helpful tricks to help us keep the product organized and remember the steps such as FOIL and BOX METHOD.
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Brian McLogan

The product rule for taking the derivative of a product of two functions.

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CollegeMath

This Go Math video answers the Essential Question: How does the size of the product compare to the size of one factor when multiplying fractions greater than one? I demonstrate through the use of an area model how "resizing" a factor changes the result of the product.

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Anthony Waara

Online Graphics Course: Math Review. First segment on vectors and dot products.
Table of Contents:
00:00 - Foundations of Computer Graphics
01:52 - Motivation and Outline
02:53 - Vectors
04:11 - Vector Addition
05:14 - Cartesian Coordinates
07:18 - Dot (scalar) product
08:19 - Dot (scalar) product
09:22 - Dot product in Cartesian components
09:37 - Dot product in Cartesian components
11:35 - Dot product: some applications in CG
12:06 - Projections (of b on a)

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When are vectors orthogonal? In this video you will learn about the innerproduct of vectors. With the inner product you can determine if vectors are orthogonal. You will also learn important properties of inner products. This prelecture video is part of the linear algebra courses taught at TU Delft.

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A brief explanation of Rule of Sum and Rule of Product and the beginning of some very simple examples enlightening these rules.
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Multiply a mixed number using partial products.

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Can you multiply 35 by 115 in your head? Learn this neat math trick of how to multiply two numbers that end in the digit 5. You can use it to estimate many other problems. The video also contains a proof of why the method works.
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This video covers material that answers this essential question: How do you know you have the correct number of decimal places in your product? In addition, it explains how zeros are added in the product by analyzing the decimal places in the factors of the problem.

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We do two proofs with Cartesian Products.
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Rule of Sum and Product.
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