An action axiom is an axiom that embodies a criterion for describing action. Action axioms are of the form "If a condition holds, then the following will be done". (Wikipedia).

Abstract Algebra: Group actions are defined as a formal mechanism that describes symmetries of a set X. A given group action defines an equivalence relation, which in turn yields a partition of X into orbits. Orbits are also described as cosets of the group. U.Reddit course materials a

From playlist Abstract Algebra

Group actions in abstract algebra

In this first video on group actions, I use an example of some previous work on the symmetric group to give you some intuition about group actions. Beware when reading your textbook. It is probably unnecessary difficult just due to the dot notation that is used when describing group acti

From playlist Abstract algebra

Group action proofs in abstract algebra

This video follows from the previous one, in which we developed an intuitive understanding of group actions by way of an example. In this video I want to spend a few minutes on the proofs that connect the elements in a group set with the permutations of another set.

From playlist Abstract algebra

AWESOME DEMO Impulse and Action - Reaction!

In this video i demonstrate Newton' s third law and examples of impulse. I explain them simply.

From playlist MECHANICS

Action and Reaction: Newton’s Third Law

Newton’s third law is about action and reaction. It applies to motion on every scale–from a person jumping or swimming, to a rocket launching into space. To learn more, check out the free tutorial on our website: https://edu.gcfglobal.org/en/newtons-laws-of-motion/ #newton #physics #m

From playlist Newton's Laws of Motion

Teach Astronomy - Newton's Third Law of Motion

http://www.teachastronomy.com/ Newton's third law of motion says that for every force there is an equal and opposite force. This is sometimes called the principle of action and reaction. For example, when you sit on a chair you exert a downward force due to gravity, but if the chair does

From playlist 03. Concepts and History of Astronomy and Physics

A mathematics bonus. In this lecture I remind you of a way to calculate the cross product of two vector using the determinant of a matrix along the first row of unit vectors.

From playlist Physics ONE

The Concept Of IMPULSE Explained In Less Than 60 Seconds!! #Physics #Mechanics #College #HighSchool #NicholasGKK #Shorts

From playlist General Mechanics

This is part of a series of lectures on the Zermelo-Fraenkel axioms for set theory. We dicuss the axiom of chice, and sketch why it is independent of the other axioms of set theory. For the other lectures in the course see https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PL8yHsr3EFj52EKVgPi-p50f

From playlist Zermelo Fraenkel axioms

Axion DM (Lecture 3) by David Marsh

PROGRAM LESS TRAVELLED PATH OF DARK MATTER: AXIONS AND PRIMORDIAL BLACK HOLES (ONLINE) ORGANIZERS: Subinoy Das (IIA, Bangalore), Koushik Dutta (IISER, Kolkata / SINP, Kolkata), Raghavan Rangarajan (Ahmedabad University) and Vikram Rentala (IIT Bombay) DATE: 09 November 2020 to 13 Novemb

From playlist Less Travelled Path of Dark Matter: Axions and Primordial Black Holes (Online)

Zermelo Fraenkel Separation and replacement

This is part of a series of lectures on the Zermelo-Fraenkel axioms for set theory. We discuss the axioms of separation and replacement and some of their variations. For the other lectures in the course see https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PL8yHsr3EFj52EKVgPi-p50fRP2_SbG2oi

From playlist Zermelo Fraenkel axioms

This lecture is part of an online course on the Zermelo Fraenkel axioms of set theory. This lecture gives an overview of the axioms, describes the von Neumann hierarchy, and sketches several approaches to interpreting the axioms (Platonism, von Neumann hierarchy, multiverse, formalism, pra

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Live CEOing Ep 374: Language Design in Wolfram Language [AxiomaticTheory]

In this episode of Live CEOing, Stephen Wolfram discusses upcoming improvements of AxiomaticTheory for the Wolfram Language. If you'd like to contribute to the discussion in future episodes, you can participate through this YouTube channel or through the official Twitch channel of Stephen

From playlist Behind the Scenes in Real-Life Software Design

Describes what forces are and what they do. You can see a listing of all my videos at my website, http://www.stepbystepscience.com

From playlist Mechanics

Axions in the Early Universe (Lecture 2) by David Marsh

PROGRAM LESS TRAVELLED PATH OF DARK MATTER: AXIONS AND PRIMORDIAL BLACK HOLES (ONLINE) ORGANIZERS: Subinoy Das (IIA, Bangalore), Koushik Dutta (IISER, Kolkata / SINP, Kolkata), Raghavan Rangarajan (Ahmedabad University) and Vikram Rentala (IIT Bombay) DATE: 09 November 2020 to 13 Novemb

From playlist Less Travelled Path of Dark Matter: Axions and Primordial Black Holes (Online)

Rémi Bardenet: A tutorial on Bayesian machine learning: what, why and how - lecture 2

HYBRID EVENT Recorded during the meeting "End-to-end Bayesian Learning Methods " the October 25, 2021 by the Centre International de Rencontres Mathématiques (Marseille, France) Filmmaker: Guillaume Hennenfent Find this video and other talks given by worldwide mathematicians on CIRM's

From playlist Mathematical Aspects of Computer Science

Colloquium MathAlp 2018 - Patrick Dehornoy

La théorie des ensembles cinquante ans après Cohen : On présentera quelques résultats de théorie des ensembles récents, avec un accent sur l'hypothèse du continu et la possibilité de résoudre la question après les résultats négatifs bien connus de Gödel et Cohen, et sur les tables de Lave

From playlist Colloquiums MathAlp

This is part of a series of lectures on the Zermelo-Fraenkel axioms for set theory. We discuss the axiom of infinity, and give some examples of models where it does not hold. For the other lectures in the course see https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PL8yHsr3EFj52EKVgPi-p50fRP2_SbG

From playlist Zermelo Fraenkel axioms

This video lists an explains propositional, predicate calculus axioms, as well as a set theoretical statement that goes with it, including ZF and beyond. Where possible, the explanations are kept constructive. You can find the list of axioms in the file discussed in this video here: https:

From playlist Logic

Operations on Sets | Axiomatic Set Theory, Section 1.2

We define some basic operations on sets using the axioms of ZFC. My Twitter: https://twitter.com/KristapsBalodi3 Intersection:(0:00) Ordered Tuples/Products:(4:45)

From playlist Axiomatic Set Theory