Ad infinitum

Ad infinitum is a Latin phrase meaning "to infinity" or "forevermore". (Wikipedia).

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The Definition of an Injective(One to One) Function and Explanation

The Definition of an Injective(One to One) Function and Explanation

From playlist Functions, Sets, and Relations

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From playlist Crazy Stuff

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Writing Equations in Two Variables

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From playlist Equations and Inequalities

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Math 023 Precalculus Day 09-10: Inequalities Involving Polynomials; Introduction to Functions

Key observation: persistence of sign between zeroes; solving polynomial inequalities; examples; solving inequalities involving rational functions. Functions: definition; domain, range; equations and functions; independent variables; dependent variables; warning: equations do not always de

From playlist Course 1: Precalculus

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Inequalities on a Number Line

"Represent solutions of an inequality on a number line."

From playlist Algebra: Inequalities

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What Infidelity Means

Being a victim of infidelity is one of the worst things that can befall us in love. One of the ways to come back from the harrowing experience is to ask what the real meaning of the infidelity might be. If you like our films, take a look at our shop (we ship worldwide):


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A12 Changing the notation

Changing notation with complex eigenvalues.

From playlist A Second Course in Differential Equations

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Romain Biard: Fractional Poisson process: long-range dependence and applications in ruin theory

Abstract : We study a renewal risk model in which the surplus process of the insurance company is modeled by a compound fractional Poisson process. We establish the long-range dependence property of this non-stationary process. Some results for the ruin probabilities are presented in vario

From playlist Probability and Statistics

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Why Quantum Information is Never Destroyed

Viewers like you help make PBS (Thank you 😃) . Support your local PBS Member Station here: If you have perfect knowledge of every single particle in the universe, can you use the laws of physics to rewind all the way back to the Big Bang? Is the entire histo

From playlist Space Time!

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Intermediate Algebra Lecture 9.1: Compound Inequalities (Inequalities with "And" and "Or") Intermediate Algebra Lecture 9.1: Compound Inequalities (Inequalities with "And" and "Or")

From playlist Intermediate Algebra (Full Length Videos)

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Decimals: Notation and Operations

We just learned that we can use place values to represent any number towards the infinitely large, but what about the infinitely small? What about the teeny tiny fractions of one? For that, we need decimal places. It's pretty simple, so check it out! Watch the whole Mathematics playlist:

From playlist Mathematics (All Of It)

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Making a song with Scream Tracker 3 and AdLib samples

This tool-assisted education video demonstrates how to create a simple song using Scream Tracker 3 for MS-DOS with nothing but FM synthesis for the instruments. This time I loaded the AdLib instruments from my library of OPL MIDI patches, and wrote a tracker version of the traditional Jewi

From playlist Tracker music

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Babbage's Difference Engine No. 2, Part 1: The method of finite differences

In the 1840's, the English mathematician Charles Babbage designed his "Difference Engine No. 2", a special-purpose mechanical computer for constructing mathematical tables using the method of finite differences. The machine is massive, weighing several tons, and was not actually built unt

From playlist How Babbage's Difference Engine No. 2 Works

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Electrohydrodynamic Interactions

We have studied the "Electrohydynamic interaction of spherical particles under Quincke Rotation" using numerical simulation and we have identified four different types of qualitatively different behaviors, which are illustrated in the movie . Case 1 corresponds to the somewhat artificial s

From playlist MATLAB and Simulink Student Challenge 2014 Entries

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This Video Will Frustrate Your Teacher

The first 1,000 people to use the link will get a 1 month free trial of Skillshare: These are some of my favorite "obvious" math facts - except they aren't true! Make sure you don't accidentally make these mathematical errors. ►BECOME A CHANNEL MEMBER

From playlist Fun Proofs

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Eboo Patel Speaks at Stanford 2010 Baccalaureate Celebration

Speaking at Stanford's Baccalaureate Celebration on June 12, 2010, Eboo Patel, founder of Interfaith Youth Core, urged the Class of 2010 to make interfaith cooperation a social norm. Stanford University: Stanford News: Stanford

From playlist Stanford University Commencement

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Introduction to Differential Inequalities

What is a differential inequality and how are they useful? Inequalities are a very practical part of mathematics: They give us an idea of the size of things -- an estimate. They can give us a location for things. It is usually far easier to satisfy assumptions involving inequalities t

From playlist Advanced Studies in Ordinary Differential Equations

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Infinity | Self-reference | Fractal | Self-similarity | Mathematical induction | Recursion