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How To: Identify characteristics of a sample during a survey

To identify characteristics of a sample in your survey, there are many factors to consider of your samples. The first four characteristics you need to focus on are gender, age, income level, and education level. All four of these characteristics must be proportional to that of the population. You also need to consider the geographic location. Only take samples from the immediate geographical area. Finally, an important characteristic of the survey is the sample size. You do not want to ask to...

How To: Express "to be" in Spanish using ser, estar and haber

In this tutorial, we learn how to express "to be" in Spanish using ser, estar and haber. When expressing forms such as: am, are, was and were you will say "ser" and "estar" in Spanish. The verb "ser" should be conjugated for each of the different tenses that you are using. Often, "ser" is used to ask questions such as: where you are from, what nationality are you, and what things belong to someone. "Ser" is also used to indicate occupation, religion, political party, event locations, date, an...

How To: Get sun-kissed, beachy summer hair

Summer is beach season, but that doesn't mean you have to hit the beach daily to get that characteristic sun-kissed, scrunched up beachy hair look. Even if you're going to be sitting at your office desk for most of summer, you can still look like you spent a day at the beach by watching this tutorial, which teaches you how to get bohemian waves.

How To: Draw Nintendo's Mario with creator Shigeru Miyamoto

YOUTUBE Shigeru Miyamoto demonstrates using simplistic shapes and lines, how to draw his freehand creation of Mario. Shigeru, without speaking, begins by drawing two ovals for the eyes, and then adds a third oval for the nose, sticking to a very simplistic, shape-oriented method. He works outward from the details of the face, to the surrounding details, such as the facial structure and then finishes by adding the hat with the characteristic capital "M". A few minimal additions, such as shadin...

How To: Build an Arts and Crafts style panel bed

Eagle Lake Woodworking, hosted by John Nixon, offers great do-it-yourself guides for building your own furniture, especially in the American Arts and Crafts style, and turning your garage into an amateur woodshop. Search Eagle Lake on WonderHowTo for more carpentry tutorial videos. From Eagle Lake Woodworking on this specific lesson:

How To: Attract women with your emotions

In this tutorial, we learn how to attract women with your emotions. Don't make the mistake that being stoic or not showing emotions is a strong and manly characteristic. You want to show a woman that you are emotional, just not too emotional. Show the range of emotions that you feel everyday. Show that a real man will be happy, sad, mad, and anything else! This will make you look more authentic to a girl and powerful because she will see that you are yourself around her. This will make women ...

How To: Draw Robin from the cartoon series Batman & Robin

In this video tutorial from Drawing Now, learn how to draw the character Robin from Batman & Robin. You will need to first draw a circular shape for Robin's head. Then draw ears as well as a series of lines that looks like hair. These lines will actually serve as the raw form of your character, but will actually be erased once the real lines are drawn. Using a series of lines as shown in the video, you will add facial expressions, shoulders, and arms to your character. Darker lines will add R...

How To: Hand spin wool using the woolen long draw

Long ago, wool yarns were described as "worsted", or "woolen", or something in-between. A true "worsted" yarn is spun from combed fiber, which is dense and fairly smooth. A true "woolen" yarn, on the other hand, is open, airy, fuzzy, and warm. Its fibers comfortably tangle and spiral down the length of the yarn. The descriptive words not only apply to the yarns, but also to the techniques used to spin them. Worsted spinning is done with a short draw -- a short drafting movement. Woolen spinni...

How To: Precision plane

Shopsmith Academy shows you how to make use of a little-know characteristic of wood to remove just a few thousandths of an inch from the thickness of a board. Apply this lesson to your next woodworking project. Watch this video for useful woodworking tips. Search Shopsmith Academy on WonderHowTo for more woodworking videos.

How To: Do the Kaye effect science experiment

Check out how to demonstrate the Kaye effect using shampoo and lanyard with this tutorial. On dribbling shampoo from a small height above a pool of the same shampoo below, every now and then liquid lanyards of shampoo leap forth in a behavior referred to as the Kaye effect. Such behavior is characteristic of a viscoelastic fluid. This is a great science experiment to do with your kids. Watch this how to video and you will be able to create the Kaye effect at home.

News: Dying Cells Do Tell Tales & What We Learn Can Help Us Stop Cancer from Spreading

As our cells age, they eventually mature and die. As they die, they alert nearby cells to grow and multiply to replace them. Using a special imaging process that combines video and microscopy, scientists have observed the cellular communication between dying and neighboring cells for the first time, and think they may be able to use their new-found information against cancer cells, whose damaged genomes let them escape the normal dying process.

News: The Ultimate SCRABBLE Word List Resource

To some, SCRABBLE is just a board game to play during family game night or during a casual get-together. Others think of SCRABBLE as a mere hobby. But with any activity, there will always be fanatics—the ones who would rather sell their soul than stop—the ones with a constant yearning for self-improvement—the merciless.

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