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How To: Make a mini gift card envelope with Stampin' Up!

In this tutorial, we learn how to make a mini gift card envelope with Stampin' Up!. First, take a piece of card stock that is red and white. Score this 3/4" on both sides, then turn on the 6" side and score at 1 1/4" and 3 3/4". Once finished, fold this up and cut along the sides that you have scored. Put adhesive on the bottom of the gift card holder to seal up the bottoms so you can place the gift card in. Now, punch a hole in the bottom of the paper so you can see the gift card peak out of...

How To: Find a z-score for a normal distribution in statistics

Need help figuring out how to determine a z-score for a normal distribution (or bell curve) in statistics? From Ramanujan to calculus co-creator Gottfried Leibniz, many of the world's best and brightest mathematical minds have belonged to autodidacts. And, thanks to the Internet, it's easier than ever to follow in their footsteps (or just finish your homework or study for that next big test). With this installment from Internet pedagogical superstar Salman Khan's series of free math tutorials...

How To: Play Farkle with dice

This video teaches you how to play the dice game Farkle. You will need 6 dice and a pen and paper to keep score with. The scores are as follows: 1(on the dice)= 100 points, 5(on the dice)= 50 points. A triple of any dice number is worth the number on the dice times 100. With the exception of a triple of one which equals 1000. A triple pair is also equal to 1000. (i.e., a pair of ones, a pair of threes and a pair of fives). A straight is consecutive numbers such as 1,2,3,4,5,6 which results in...

How To: Play shuffleboard

Getting an outdoor itch to start something new? How about the ever-so-fun game of shuffleboard? Begun more than 500 years ago as a game for European royalty, shuffleboard is becoming more popular with Americans who see it as a less expensive alternative to golf.

How To: Earn the "Kaboom!" achievement in Fable 3

Later on into the game Fable III, you'll have a chance to purchase the Mourningwood Fort, which comes with a nifty little mortar mini-game that you can play! Yes, it's the same as from the quest, but still, there's an achievement in there as well if you can score 2000 points during the mini-game! Geoff and Griffon from Achievement Hunter give you some tips on how to complete the mini-game with the high score!

How To: Calculate a standard (z) score in Microsoft Excel

If you use Microsoft Excel on a regular basis, odds are you work with numbers. Put those numbers to work. Statistical analysis allows you to find patterns, trends and probabilities within your data. In this MS Excel tutorial from everyone's favorite Excel guru, YouTube's ExcelsFun, the 45th installment in his "Excel Statistics" series of free video lessons, you'll learn how to see how to calculate a z-score.

How To: Create a 4x4 tri-fold mini album

This video explains how to create a 4z4 tri-fold mini album. The first step is to score your designer paper at four inches and then fold along the score mark. The previous step is completed three more times until you have four score marks along your paper. Three separate pieces of paper are then cut measured at three and half inches. Your chosen picture is then glued into the center of your original twelve inch panel. using the three individual pieces of paper you must glue them around the pi...

How To: Score a big buck or elk

In this tutorial, we learn how to score a big buck or elk with Stan Potts. First, take the bottom of it and remove a bottom line from the main beam. Measure the length of all of the sides. If you're going to cut it out, you should be perfectly even with the top. Then, you will do this on the other side for a typical frame. From here, take the greatest inside spread at a perpendicular angle and that will be your spread credit. Add up each side individually and then you will find the difference...

How To: Make a flip square album

This video tutorial is in the Arts & Crafts category which will show you how to make a flip square album. Take a 12 x 12 inches square cardstock and make a score line at 3 inches on all 4 sides of the paper. Now cut along the score line at the top and bottom of the paper up to the 3 inch line. Next you fold along all the score lines inwards and you have all the flaps ready. Then mark along the edge of the center part of the sheet and punch two holes for tying the album as shown in the video. ...

How To: Find the standard deviation with the Z-Score formula

In this tutorial, we learn how to find the standard deviation with the Z-Score formula. First, take your problem and write it out one by one underneath each other. Then, you will need to substitute the numbers in for the variables that are in the problem. Once you do this, you will follow the basic rules of math to find out what the answer to the problem is appropriately. Once you have done this, finish off the problem to find the answer, then you will have found the standard deviation using ...

How To: Make mini album pockets

This is a video tutorial in the Arts & Crafts category where you are going to learn how to make mini album pockets. Take a 6 x 6 piece of card stock and cut it at 3 1/2. Now score it at the halfway mark and fold it backwards. Next score it at 1/2 from both longitudinal edges. Then you cut out along the 1/2 score line on one half of the card. Take a 2 1/2 " circle punch and punch a circle out of scrap paper. With this draw a semi-circle on the wider half of the card and watch the video for fur...

How To: Average rank scores given a tie in Excel 2010

New to Microsoft Excel 2010? Looking for a few good tips and tricks? In this free video tutorial from everyone's favorite MS Excel guru, YouTube's ExcelIsFun, the very first installment in his series of Excel 2010 video tutorials, you'll learn how to use use the RANK.AVE function to average rank scores in the event of a tie. See the new Excel 2010 RANK.AVE and RANK.EQ functions.

How To: Pierce carve a clay pottery bowl

Ingleton Pottery demonstrates how to pierce carve a clay pottery bowl. First, form your bowl on a potter's wheel. Then take a blade to the undried clay bowl and score your design into the bowl using the piercing technique. Gently press out the design so that the clay is removed from the negative space created by the scoring marks. Continue making the design around the bowl. You can make intricate designs around the bowl using the piercing and scoring technique. Be careful not to damage the bo...

How To: Make a 3D diamond topped card

Watch this video to learn how to make a stunning diamond topped 3d card from a single sheet of A4 paper! 1. You'll need one A4 sheet of paper and some printed papers to decorate. 2. Score at 10. 5cm across length and 10. 5cm from one end. 3. Crease both scores in the same direction (mountain folds). 4. Turn card over mark 13cm from top on centre line an 17. 5cm from top on both edges. 5. Score from central 13cm mark to 17. 5cm mark on each edge. All printed papers used in this tutorial are av...

How To: Cut plate glass

This is a Fine Art video tutorial where you will learn how to cut plate glass. Measure the plate glass and make sure the measurements are correct. Then place the guide along the line of the cut, take your glass cutter and score along the edge of the guide. If the plate is small in size, take the base of the cutter and place it underneath the score mark and apply equal pressure with your hands on both sides of the score. The plate will snap with a nice clean cut. Another way to snap the glass ...

How To: Make a gift card holder & sleeve with Stampin' Up!

Stampin' Up Dawn shows how to use Stampin Up to create original gift card holders and sleeves in this craft tutorial. The tutorial shows how to create the Bashful Blue gift card holder. However, it should be noted that the Certainly Celery card does not utilize the scalloped edge design. The third style, Elegant Eggplant, uses ink #10510 and card stock #105126. You will need a strip of bashful blue card stock cut 4.5" by 7 3/4" scored at 3/4 and 4 1/4. Fold the score lines to create the sleev...

How To: Find X-bar with the Z-score formula

In this video tutorial it shows you how to find the x-bar by using the Z-score formula. In the beginning of this video the formula is displayed on the right, while the values that you need to plug in are on the left. Once you plug in the values and do the cross multiplying, all you have to do is get x-bar by itself on one side of the equation. This is a simple problem on using the z-score formula to find x-bar, it can help you solve more complex problems in the future.

How To: Calculate your GPA step by step

Ever wanted to know what your GPA score is? Your GPA is your grade point average, which is a measure of a students achievement in college. This means all your grades are averaged and your are given a cumulative "GPA". Most colleges and universities will figure up your scores for you but you can learn to do it on your own so that you can keep checking up on your scores and stay at the top of your game. This can be beneficial to students looking to better their grades.

How To: Neatly cut into a pomegranate to get the seeds

To neatly cut into a pomegranate, you are going to need a paring knife. First, score through the flesh around the top, middle, and bottom. Next, take the edge of your knife and peel the skin upwards and off the fruit. Remove the white pith. Repeat with the bottom. Next, score a line going from the top to the bottom and peel the pomegranate into two halves. Peel from the last score and open. Keep making cuts to open up the pomegranate until you have four pieces. Now enjoy.

How To: Make an endless card

In this tutorial, we learn how to make an endless card. An endless card is a card that folds a ton of different ways, so it can be used over and over again without having to replace it. To make this, you will first need to take a piece of card stock and score it where you are going to fold it in the middle. After this, take a smaller piece of paper, then score it so you can fold it into three different squares. Do this again for another sheet of paper. After this, you will want to adhere to d...

How To: Teach kids how to dribble a soccer ball

This is a video demonstrating how to dribble a soccer ball for children. The presenter says that this is the most important skill for a young soccer player to learn. He says that dribbling the ball is not kicking the ball and chasing it but rather a series of small touches. He teaches that the ball is like a puppy on a leash. If the puppy gets too far away he runs off. If the ball gets too far away the other team will steal it. The next thing he teaches is to keep your head up. Don't run into...

How To: Improve your FICO credit score

In this tutorial, we learn how to improve your FICO credit score. Everyone will want to use your credit score to decide what kind of person you are. The FICO is the most commonly used credit score used today. To improve your credit score you will want to make all payments on time. Catch up on past due accounts and utilize 50% and less of your credit limit. Your balance should be under half of what your limit is. Don't close your account, because this can drop your credit score as well. Revolv...

How To: Keep score the right way in bowling

Bowling is such a fun group activity and is perfect for birthdays and other types of gatherings. However, if you are not a pro bowler the scoring system can be pretty confusing. This tutorial will walk you through the steps of keeping score so you will know a strike from a spare and everything in between.