# Dependent Search Results

### How To: Determine the probability of dependent events

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, you'll learn how to calculate the probability of two dependent events in statistics.

### How To: Find dependent and precedent formulas by keyboard shortcut in Microsoft Excel

New to Microsoft Excel? Looking for a tip? How about a tip so mind-blowingly useful as to qualify as a magic trick? You're in luck. In this MS Excel tutorial from ExcelIsFun, the 705th installment in their series of digital spreadsheet magic tricks, you'll learn how to use Ctrl + ] to find dependent or

### How To: Calculate the probability of two dependent events

This video explains how to solve the problem of probability dependent events. In this video the problem is that a box contains three pens, 2 markers, and 1 highlighter. The person selects one item at random and does not return it to the box. So what is the probability that the person selects 1 pen and 1 marker. That is 6 items total. First she count the all items that involved in this problem. Then count the individual probability of the pen and marker. The person selects 3 pens out of 6 item...

### How To: Use probability of dependent events

In this video you will learn how to use probability of dependent events. The video starts with a small advertisement to there website http://www.yourteacher.com. Then its followed up by a math instructor taking you through a example problem to help you understand how you can begin solving problems of your own. The problem used in the example is: Andrea has 4 red socks and 8 blue socks in her drawer, she chooses one sock at random and puts it on, she then chooses another sock without looking, ...

### How To: Create Desktop Virtual Reality Displays with a Wiimote

If there is any doubt that nerds deserve to rule the world, please watch this brilliant home brewed invention.

### How To: Make a delicious a molten lava cake

This video demonstrates how to make a delicious molten lava cake. You need 4 oounces of semi sweet baking chocolate,4 oounces of unsalted butter, 2 eggs, 1/3 cup sugar, and ¬º cup all purpose flour. Let the baking chocolate melt in a double boiler. While it is melting into smooth liquid take a medium sized baking bowl and crack your eggs into it. Then add your sugar to the eggs and blend them. You can use a hand blender or a whisk but it may take longer to blend by hand. Next, take the melted...

### How To: Solve vector field integrals in calculus

This video demonstrates that, unlike line integrals of scalar fields, line integrals over vector fields are path direction dependent. See how to solve vector-field integrals with this free video calculus lesson. 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).

### How To: Tether your iPhone to a Playstion 3, Xbox or other Internet-capable device

You will need a jailbroken iPhone to make this work (won't work for iPod Touches, sorry). When you get the MyWi app from Cydia, you can turn your iPhone into a mobile hotspot using the 3G network. You can even set up your new hotspot to have a password and protect it. This connection will be a little slow, and is dependent on your reception as well. But now you can take an Internet connection with you wherever you and your iPhone go!

### How To: Color correct images in Photoshop with the LAB tool

Photoshop doesn't just support multiple color spaces, it supports infinite variations on the device-dependent ones. You can open an RGB photo, process it in Lab, and output it to CMYK, with certainty that the conversions will work. Whether you're new to Adobe's popular raster graphics editing software or a seasoned professional just looking to better acquaint yourself with the program and its various features and filters, you're sure to be well served by this video tutorial. For more informat...

### How To: Do a bouncing push up for MMA fighters

Don't even attempt this exercise if you're not trusting of gravity (and have amazing core balance). Combining one-armed push-ups with chest bounces from the stability ball, the exercise is dependent on your core strength and trust that the ball won't fly away as you come down.

### How To: Program a calculator with basics

If you've ever had a little trouble trying to program your calculator, you may find a little relief with this four-part video tutorial. Here, a Texas Instruments (TI-84 Plus) calculator will be used to explain the programming process. The four parts include:

### How To: Separate hydrogen and water through electrolysis

Want to stop being dependent on foreign oil? Want to help create a healthier Earth? Separate hydrogen and water for a cleaner and more efficient fuel source.

### How To: Play the original board game Risk

In order to play the game Risk, begin by setting up. Name a banker. Players choose a color. The number of players determines the number of armies. Remove the jokers from the country card packs. Shuffle the cards. Deal them face down. Players may not get an equal number.

### How To: Describe a linear system without graphing

This tutorial looks at how to describe a linear system without actually graphing it. In order to do that, you will need to convert both equations of a problem into the Y=mx+b format. Once you have done this, you will be analyzing the m and b values. There are a few rules to follow. If the slopes (or m) and the Y intercepts (or b) are equal, there are an infinite number of solutions (or dependent equations). A second rule is if the slopes are equal and the Y intercepts are different, then the ...

### How To: Add positive & negative numbers

This explanation of positive and negative signs in addition is beneficial and easy to understand for young school aged children. The tutor of this video explains briefly about what to do with the different signs on both side of addition problem. The number line helps the viewer of this video to visually understand the concepts discussed. The tutor explains the direction of number line evaluation is dependent on the left side operand, which is also used to understand the concept of a number line.

### How To: Rebuild the fire simulator in Houdini 9.5

Check out this masterclass on Houdini 9.5 and how to rebuild the fire simulator. Houdini's Fluid Tools offer a powerful simulation environment for visual effects artists. Senior Mathematician Jeff Lait introduces you to the basic building blocks for generating fluids and low level tools that make it easier to control the simulations.

### How To: Pick the right drill bit for your project

The success of a woodworking or carpentry project is often dependent on being able to pick and use the right drill bit. Drill bits come all sorts of styles, sizes and materials. Pick the right bit for your project and budget.

### How To: Do a simple choke in Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu

Watch this Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu tutorial video with Kurt Osiander and the Move of the Week as he illustrates this simple choke. It's all dependent on the force you apply to your opponent. Practice this simple choke technique with this instructional video and improve your Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu skills!

### How To: Do the rear jump to arm-bar attack in jiu jitsu

Watch this Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu tutorial video with Kurt Osiander and the Move of the Week as he illustrates the rear jump to the arm bar attack. It's all dependent on the force you apply to the back of your opponent's neck. Practice your rear jump to arm bar attack technique with this instructional video and improve your Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu skills!

### How To: Solve a system of equations algebraically

A system of linear equations usually has a solution that is an ordered pair (x,y). Sometimes that isn't the case, especially when the equations represent the graphs of parallel lines (inconsistent system) or the same line (dependent system). Learn how to solve a system of equations algebraically in this free video lesson. 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,...

### How To: Embed a YouTube video into PowerPoint 2003

First thing you want to do is to find a video that you want to embed in a PowerPoint file (it might be PowerPoint 2007 also). After that you might see the video and decide of the final quality of it (dependent on your internet speed ). In the right side of the video you will see a URL link to it, copy that to your PowerPoint to have it ready for next step. On your PowerPoint file enable the Control Toolbox and follow the instruction .Be sure that you modified properly the web address . Voila,...

### How To: Find the horizontal asymptotes of rational functions

Finding horizontal asymptotes is very easy! Not all rational functions have horizontal asymptotes. the function must satisfy one of two conditions dependent upon the degree (highest exponent) of the numerator and denominator. If the degree of the numerator is equal to the degree of the denominator, then the horizontal asymptote is y= the ratio of the leading coefficients. If the degree of the denominator is greater than the degree of the numerator then y= 0. If the degree of the denominator i...

### How To: Understand conservative vector fields

A conservative vector field is defined as being the gradient of a function, or as a scaler potential. Conservative vector fields are not dependent on the path; they are path independent. Conversely, the path independence of the vector field is measured by how conservative it is. These fields are also characterized as being ir-rotational, which means they have vanishing curls. Actually, ir-rotational vector fields are conservative as long as a certain condition on the geometry of the domain is...

### How To: Care for a closed urinary drainage

A closed urinary drainage system consists of a catheter inserted into the urinary bladder and connected via tubing to a drainage bag. The catheter is retained in the bladder by an inflated balloon. The drainage of urine is totally dependent on gravity. Therefore, tubing and the drainage bag, to collect urine, must always be below the level of the bladde.

### How To: Make a paper piercing using a stencil

In this arts and crafts video tutorial learn how to make a paper piercing using a paper piercing template with June Campbell. The template comes with pre-made holes in varying designs that you will poke through. You will also need a paper piercing tool to create your holes as well as a craft knife to cut out larger holes. In addition, you will also need a piece of paper. Use a hard surface, such as a plastic tray to protect your table and then place a styrofoam sheet on top of that for furthe...

### How To: Immigrate to Canada

The purpose of this video is to show how to become a permanent resident in Canada. Some programs are federal and some are for Quebec. The first program is the skilled worker program. The applicant is accessed under a point system and is awarded points for education level, knowledge of English or French, work experience, age, confirmed job offer, and adaptability and you must have sufficient proof of funds. The next program is Family Class Sponsorship. A citizen or permanent resident can spons...

### How To: Start chicken picking

This video lesson introduces a basic philosophy on chicken pickin' or country playing. For country guitar playing, you don't need to use much in the way of effects, just a tiny bit of reverb and compression. Country isn’t dependent on one set of scales, like rock or blues. To play country, you must play over the chords much like a bluegrass or jazz player. It is no coincidence that many country players are also jazz players and vice versa. Every chord has different lines, chord shapes, or rif...

### How To: Design for multiple browsers

James Williamson for Lynda demonstrates designing for multiple browsers. The most frustrating aspects of web design is constantly dealing with the settle and some times not so settle differences in browser rendering. While they moved to a standard spaced, CSS control presentations has made life infinitely easier for web designs. Dealing with bad browser behavior is one of most unfortunate side effects. All browsers render our pages same because each browser reads and renders the HTML and CSS ...

### How To: Show shadows in the Maya viewport

This tutorial shows you how to show shadows in the Maya viewport. This feature is hardware dependent and not all video cards allow it.

### How To: Do Back-to-School Nails

Looking for some nice and easy back to school nail art designs? Here I have created one such look for you all, using cute nail polish colors and some acrylic. This look is very easy to create and can also be worn on special school events like teachers day, or for college nail art designs on college events!

### How To: Fix a loose kitchen cabinet door

How to fix those loose and jiggly cupboard doors on your kitchen or bathroom cabinets. For this repair, you're going to need a flat head or phillips head screwdriver. Now, the type of screwdriver you're going to need is really dependent on the type of screw you have holding your cabinet door to your cabinet. We're going to use a phillips head screwdriver because, as you can see here, the top of our screw head is shaped like that of a crosshair. If it were shaped like one long groove in a stra...

### How To: Security-Oriented C Tutorial 0x10 - Pointers and Addresses

In previous tutorials we have encountered these things called pointers and addresses but we still don't know what they really are. Let's learn a bit more to clear things up.

### How To: Breathe New Life into an Older Nexus Device (Without Rooting)

Remember the feeling you had the moment you removed your shiny new Nexus device from its packaging and booted it up for the first time? You swiped through the app drawer at lightning speed and thought to yourself, "This is the last Android phone I will ever need, they just aren't going to get any better than this."

### How To: Become a Big Data Expert with This 10-Course Bundle

In today's data-driven world, being well-versed in Big Data and analytics can help land an exciting and high-paying career. Whether you're interested in working for a major tech company or pursuing freelance work in development, you need to have a thorough understanding of the latest and greatest platforms in analytics if you want to succeed.

### News: Google Preparing AR Walking Navigation via Testing Through Local Guides

The augmented reality walking navigation mode for Google Maps appears to be closer to an upcoming release for the general public.

### News: Gorilla Glass 6 Fixes the Worst Part of Glass Phones — How Slippery They Are

During a recent press event, Corning revealed the latest generation of Gorilla Glass, aptly named Gorilla Glass 6. While the focus at the event was on the improvements to its scratch and impact resistance, Corning also revealed some exciting prototypes which change the textures of the glass.

### How to Hack Wi-Fi: Disabling Security Cameras on Any Wireless Network with Aireplay-Ng

Electronic warfare tactics work by jamming, disrupting, or disabling the technology a target uses to perform a critical function, and IoT devices are especially vulnerable to attacks. Wireless security cameras like the Nest Cam are frequently used to secure critical locations, but a hacker can surgically disable a webcam or other Wi-Fi connected device without disturbing the rest of the network.

### How To: If You Really Don't Care About Privacy, Here's What You Get by Giving Google All Your Data

We're all aware that Google collects a notable portion of our data. Thanks to the increasing awareness, Google has added a number of privacy controls to limit data collection. But Google doesn't just collect personal data for no reason — many of your favorite apps will use this info to improve their services and add new features.

### News: Augmented Reality Turns Rock Climbing into a Real-World Video Game

Augmented reality (AR) generally exists through the lens of our smartphones as information layered on top of what the camera sees, but it doesn't have to. Developer Jon Cheng worked with an indoor climbing facility in Somerville, Massachussetts, called Brooklyn Boulders, to turn rock climbing into a real-world video game where participants compete in a time trial to hit virtual markers on the wall.

### How To: Auto-Scan for Created, Deleted, & Modified Files on Android

Keeping a close eye on your device storage can be a 24/7 job, especially if you're space is filling up and your device doesn't have SD card support. No matter how close of an eye you keep on it, there are always going to be apps updating databases, adding to their cache, and deleting old files.

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