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How To: Use Apple & Google's COVID-19 Screeners on Your Phone to See if You Might Have Coronavirus

The COVID-19 pandemic has created a frenzy for news and information that is nearly unprecedented in the smartphone era, with a major side effect of misinformation. Now, major tech companies are making it easier to ask for advice about novel coronavirus from their respective digital assistants. Results may vary, but Apple and Google are the most useful at the moment.

News: Google Home's New 'Listen' Tab Makes It Easy to Discover Music You'll Love

Google Home now helps users to discover new music with an added "Listen" tab in the app. The feature offers suggestions based on the Cast-enabled apps on a phone, while offering other apps to download if you'd like to broaden your musical horizons. The playlists are curated to your individual taste and will adjust for different artists and activities, which is a pretty nifty feature. This means that Google Home can cater to your momentary mood change with music, which is a welcome addition to...

How To: Avoid wrong answers on the SAT critical reading area

In this Education video tutorial you will learn how to avoid wrong answers on the SAT critical reading area. Five principles to keep in mind are rephrase the question and predict the answer, answer the question being asked, find evidence in the passage, extreme answers are suspicious and finally remember a little wrong is all wrong. To rephrase the question, read 2 lines before and after, ask the question in your own words and find the answer choice that best matches your prediction. Now comi...

How To: Approach multiple-choice exams

This short tutorial will give you advice on approaching multiple choice exams. A multiple choice exam consists of one question and four possible answers, and only one of these answers will be correct. Make sure you know the layout of the answer sheet, and understand where you must mark your answers. Be careful of the trick answers, as there will almost always be one. read all the answers carefully and make sure you don't mark two answers for a single question. If you don't know the answer, ju...

How To: Not answer the "How do you stay current?" question

In this tutorial, we learn how to not answer the "How do you stay current?" question. When you are asked this question on an interview, it's important to know how to answer it without looking crazy. To answer this correctly, do not answer what you "want" to do, employers are not interested in this. Also, hinting that learning is a low priority is not impressive to your interviewer. You want to be more specific when stating the obvious, so they completely understand what you are trying to say....

How To: Mind read with three questions

This trick is a form of "mentalism". This is done by asking three questions, and writing your answers on three separate pieces of paper. A mentalist first asks you a personal question, but instead of writing the 'answer' to that question, he writes the answer to the final 'easy' question...thereby getting a hidden jump on the answers making you think he is reading your mind. But in fact it is a trick.

How To: Predict answers using linear models

This video walks you through the steps of predicting answers using linear models. This excellent video shows you a clean blackboard, with the instructors voice showing exactly what to do. Don't fret, any question you may have, will be answered. Watching this video will make you feel like your back in the classroom but rather comfortably from your home.

How To: Use Peter Answers website to mess with friends

In this video tutorial, viewers learn how to use the Peter Answers - Virtual Tarot website. Peter Answers is a fake fortune telling website that is usually used as a prank. Begin by going to the website. In the Petition space, type in a period. A "P" will be displayed. Then type in the answer too the question and press the space bar until it spells "Peter, please answer the following question:". Then type in the question in the bottom space. This video will benefit those viewers who enjoy pla...

How To: Answer the "Tell me about yourself" question

In this video, John Heaney gives advice on how to answer a simple but difficult question during a job interview. If interviewers ask job seekers to tell them about themselves, they can be put on the spot and be unable to even begin to answer the question. Heaney puts this question into perspective from the employer's perspective. For instance, he reminds you to remember that you are applying for a job and your answer should be related to your technical abilities rather than your personal inte...

How To: Answer the "How do you stay current?" question

This video gives a clear view of how well one has to answer in an interview. This is a good answer given by a woman interviewing for an environmental scientist position. This video is provided by denham resources. The first question asked by the interviewer is, "How do you stay current?" The candidate gives a wonderful answer for that. She told the interviewer that she is a member of a relevant discipline, and through that she is attending events; that itself shows a relevant passion for grow...

How To: Not answer "Share a goal you set for yourself"

This video explains how to not answer an interview question from a potential employer. The question is "Share a goal you set for yourself." The interviewee answered the question incorrectly. She avoided answering the question by describing goals that she set for her employees when she was a manager. She also added that the company set a goal and the prize was a trip to Hawaii. Sharing a goal you set for others does not answer the question, and neither does a company goal.

How To: Solve proportions

This video describes about how to solve multiple proportions. The first step describes how to cross multiply and solve the equation. There are three proportions solved in this video and they are explained how to arrive the final answer. The first step is multiplying the denominator with the opposite numerator and an answer is arrived and again the same is multiplied to arrive a final answer. Two more proportions are solved in the same manner. The video camera is focused on the white board in ...

How To: Understand and determine equivalent fractions

In this video, we learn how to understand and determine equivalent fractions. If you have an equation with an equivalent fraction, you will first multiply the first numerator by the second denominator. Then, you will divide this answer by the denominator of the first fraction. After you do this, it will give you the correct answer. You can also do the reverse multiplication for this to check your answer and make sure you are correct. You can get an answer no matter what the numbers in the equ...

How To: Answer the "What is your biggest failure?" question

In this video tutorial, viewers learn how to answer the question, "What is your biggest failure?" When answering this question, be honest and don't lie. Sharing your feelings will show that you care about work. Your reaction may indicate your response to any future problems. Always indicate if you turned that failure into a success. A strong ending to your answer should express that you learned from your mistake. This video will benefit those viewers who are looking for a job, and would like ...

How To: Write a DBQ (or document-based question) essay

In this video tutorial, viewers learn how to write a document-based question essay. Data base question essays evaluates student ability to formulate and support an answer of documentary evidence. Each document based question is broken into 2 parts: short answer and essay. The short answer assess student ability to analyze student documents individually. The essay assess the student ability to synthesize and create an essay based on an assortment of documents. The essay should contain an intro...

How To: Explain your biggest achievement in a job interview

Denham Resources illustrates some common mistakes that people make when answering a common and infamous job interview question: what is your biggest achievement? Rather than simply listing tips for answering the question, they use footage of a woman answering it poorly and highlight the mistakes that she makes as she goes along. He interview is deemed "the bad". In the follow-up video, deemed "the ugly," another video of an applicant illustrates just about the worst possible way to answer thi...

How To: Answer "Where do you see yourself in 5 years?"

In this video from NescoResource we learn how to answer the question in an interview of "Where do you see yourself in 5 years?" This question provides you an opportunity to show your commitment to that job and to demonstrate your knowledge of the company's and the role you could have in achieving that vision. To provide a thoughtful response, you need to do the homework on the company. Do not answer by saying you see yourself in the interviewer's job. This could really backfire on you because...

How To: Modify a pen to help you cheat on exams

Learn how to make a pen in which to easily conceal and retrieve test and exam answers by watching this how-to video. If you're too lazy to do your reading, or you don't think you have a prayer of passing, try a cheat sheet. Check out this video tutorial and learn how to hide answers or notes on a pen. Just remember, you're only cheating yourself by not studying.

How To: Find the slope's unit of measure

This educational video from free math tutoring shows how to calculate the slope of a line and assign units to the answer obtained. This video assumes that the viewer is familiar with the concepts of axes and co-ordinate geometry. The narrator uses a commonly used formula to calculate the slope of the line in the first section of the video. In the second section, the narrator demonstrates how to assign units to the answer, as per the question asked.

How To: Describe problems in English

This video tutorial is in the Language category which will show you how to describe problems in English. When describing problems in English, many people use the word trouble. When you frame a question, you can frame it in the present or the present continuous tense. For example; what do you have trouble with or what are you having trouble with? Similarly, when you answer the question you can use the present or the present continuous tense. Examples of this are; I have trouble with my car or ...

How To: Ask "How do you like your job?" in English

This video teaches English-language learners how to respond to questions beginning with the words "How do you like". There are two types of questions in English that begin with the words "How do you like". The first kind requires an answer in the form of an opinion. The second requires that the answer come in the form of giving instructions. The video explains the difference, then gives several examples for each to model practice. For example, "How do you like the weather?" is a question whic...

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