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How To: Make the best dirty martini and bloody mary

In this video tutorial, viewers learn how to make a dirty martini and Bloody Mary. The dirty martini is a cocktail made with gin and vermouth. A Bloody Mary is a popular cocktail containing vodka, tomato juice, and usually other spices or flavorings. For a dirty martini, users will require these ingredients: 3 oz of gin or vodka, 2tsp of dry vermouth, 1 tsp of olive brine, 1 olive, and ice. To make a Bloody Mary, users will require these ingredients: 1 1/2 oz of vodka, 3 oz of tomato juice, d...

How To: Play "Dirty Deeds" by AC/DC on electric guitar

Playing popular songs on the guitar is not as difficult as it seems. With this tutorial you can learn how to play "Dirty Deeds" by AC/DC on the electric guitar. This lesson is geared towards intermediate guitarists because it assumes prior knowledge of guitar playing. Marty Schwartz covers the strumming pattern as well as the chord structure for "Dirty Deeds." Watch this how to video and you will be able to sing and play "Dirty Deeds" by AC/DC.

How To: Check the fuel filter in a classic VW Beetle Bug

In this automotive repair video Chris gives you a few tips on your fuel filter and what to look out for when your VW bug gas tank may be dirty. If your fuel lines are dirty and your Volkswagen beetle bug isn't running as well as it should, it's time to change your fuel filter. Chris shows you how to keep your classic beetle running properly.

How To: Make a basic dirty south loop arrangement in Reason

In this video, we learn how to make a basic dirty south loop arrangement in Reason. First, load up a synth loop from the Dirty South loops. Find one that you like, then find a drum loop for this. After you have loaded this, then load up a sampler to add to this. Play this and then start to edit the sound. You can higher and lower the volume and change the tempo as well. Take small sections at a time and then you will have a sound that you like! Save this when finished and come back to edit wh...

How To: Replace possessive nouns and adjectives with pronoun

In this video, we learn how to replace possessive nouns and adjectives with pronouns. Using pronouns to replace possessive nouns and adjectives is simple, an example includes: Joe's car is dirty, would change to, his car is dirty, or it is dirty. Another example of this is "Sara's shoes are outside" would be "her shoes are outside", or "they are outside". "The workers' lunches are in the refrigerator", would be "their lunches are in the refrigerator", or "they are in the refrigerator". Practi...

How To: Load the dishwasher properly

A dishwasher makes clean up much easier, especially if you load it properly. Putting each item in correctly will help the water and suds do the dirty work for you. Make sure to scrape off all food before loading your dirty dishes. These housekeeping tips will help you properly load your dishwasher.

How To: Balance chemical equations

n this tutorial, we learn how to balance chemical equations. This is a straight-forward concept to balance out both sides of the equation of chemicals. To start, you will need to analyze how many atoms in each chemical you have on each side. Once you do this, you will need to find what you can multiply by on each side to make them equal to the other side. Once you do this and have equal atoms on each side, then the equation will be equal. Remember that you cant have a half of an atom, so that...

How To: Use cross products to solve proportions

To solve a proportion for a variable you should employ cross multiplication. The basis of cross multiplication is the property which states that the product of the numerator of one fraction and the denominator of what it is set equal to is equal to the product of the remaining denominator and numerator. For example if you have x/15=21/45 you simply need to multiply x by 45 and 15 by 21 then set them equal to each other. The result of this is 45x=315. To solve this new problem for x, divide bo...

How To: Interpret derivatives of marginal cost and revenue

This video tells us the method of interpreting derivatives of marginal cost and revenue. If C(x) is the cost of producing x units of a product, C(400) would be the cost to produce 400 units. Now marginal cost is the cost of producing one unit which is equal to the derivative of the cost function or C'(400) which is equal to limit of h tends to zero or lim h->0 [lim(400+h)-lim(400)]/h which is approximately equal to [lim(401)-lim(400)]/1. Similarly, if R(x) is your revenue function, marginal r...

How To: Use the laws of logarithms

ProfessorElvisZap teaches you about the laws of logarithms. When x is positive, meaning 0<x. x times y equals y times x. This is the commutative property. x times (y times z) equals (x times y) times z. This is the associative property. x times 1 equals x. This is the multiplicative property. x times x to the power of -1 equals 1. This is the multiplicative inverse property. You can use these properties with addition: a+b=b+a, (a+b)+c=a+(b+c), a+0=a and a+(-a)=0. A logarithm is a homomorphism...

How To: Calculate the age of the universe w/ Hubble's constant

This is a great instructional video on how to calculate the age of Universe from Hubble's constant. The speed the galaxy moves away from us is directly proportional to the distance from us. Now think of big bang theory. Hubble's constant is equal to velocity over distance. 1 over Hubble's constant is equal to distance over velocity that is equal to time. Time equals to 1over 71. If you change it into all the same units words it is one over 71000 or 3.09x 10 to the power of 22. It is 3.09x10 t...

How To: Clean a dirty window screen

This video is a tutorial on how to clean a dirty window screen. The man in the video points out that most homeowners will take the screen off the window and spray it with a hose. This leaves the screen still somewhat dirty. To clean it properly, you need a wading pool filled with water and liquid detergent. Put the screen in the wading pool and soapy water. Let it soak for a minute or two. Then you will take a broom and gently sweep both sides of the screen. He recommends to use a soft bristl...

How To: Properly clean glass camera filters

Dirty filters ruining your shots? Glass filters, as useful as they may be for protecting your SLR or DSLR lenses from external damage, can grow dirty over time, reducing image quality. Learn how to properly clean your single-reflex camera's glass lens filters with this free photographer's guide.

How To: Dirty dance

When you’re trying to seal the deal on the dance floor, knowing how to really get down can make all the difference. All it takes is some self-confidence. This how-to video covers some tips for loosening up and feeling sexy. You might need to commit to looking silly for a little while, but you'll get the hang of it. Watch this video dance tutorial and learn how to dirty dance.

How To: Solve single-step inequalities using the reciprocal

This video tutorial is in the Education category which will show you how to solve single-step inequalities using the reciprocal. Let's solve the problem "negative 5/2 X is less than equal to negative 1/5". To solve for "X", we need to get rid of "negative 5/2". To do that, we multiply both sides of the inequality by the reciprocal of 5/2 and we need to keep the negative sign also. So, we multiply both sides by "negative 2/5". Whenever we multiply a negative to both sides of an inequality, the...

How To: Graph an inequality in slope-intercept form

This how to video shows you how to graph an inequality in slope intercept form. First, graph the line. Depending on the inequality, use a dash or solid line. Use a solid line for less than or equal to or greater than or equal to. Use a dash line for greater than or less than. If y is less than or less than or equal to, shade the bottom area of the line. If it is y is greater than or greater than or equal to, shade the top area of the line. Check your answer by substituting in any point from t...

How To: Find the entire length of a segment using the midpoint

This video shows the method to find the length of the total segment using the midpoint. Let the total line segment be PS. Let Q be the midpoint of PS. Let R be a point on the line segment QS. The first step involves the use of midpoint to find out the length of QS. We are given that QR = 1 and RS = 4.5. QS is equal to QR plus RS which is equal to 5.5. Now since Q is the midpoint of PS the total length of the segment PS is equal to twice the length of the segment QS. This is equal to 11 units....

How To: Sketch the graph of a piecewise function

This video teaches us to draw the graph of a piecewise function. This is shown using two examples. In the first example we have 'y' equal to 'x + 2' for x less than zero and '1 - x' for x greater than equal to zero. We plot two points on the function for x less than zero and do the same for the function with x greater than equal to zero. The graph for the first function is erased for x greater than equal to zero, and the same is done for the second function for x less than zero. Note that the...

How To: Apply the 4th Law of Exponents

This how-to video is about Fourth Law of Exponents. Before going to see this let's first know what the fourth law of exponent says. The fourth law of exponents says that "any value other than zero brought to an exponent of zero is equal to one".

How To: Play "Stand Tall" by Dirty Heads on acoustic guitar

Want to play Dirty Heads' "Stand Tall" on the acoustic guitar? See how it's done with this free video guitar lesson, which presents a complete breakdown of the song and its chords. While this tutorial is geared toward those who already have some knowledge of the guitar, players of all skill level should be able to follow along given adequate time and effort. For more information, and to get started playing this Dirty Heads song on your own guitar, watch this video tutorial.

How To: Clean pennies with taco sauce

In this video, we learn how to clean pennies with taco sauce. To do this project, all you need are some dirty pennies and a paper plate! First, pick out some really dirty pennies and grab a taco sauce packet you have laying around the house. Grab a paper plate and pour the taco sauce onto the top of your pennies. The taco sauce has vinegar in it, so it can clean the pennies easily. Let it set for a few minutes and then rinse the pennies off in water. This will clean your dirty change and is a...

How To: Clean dirty pennies with ketchup

In this video, Josh shows us how to clean dirty pennies with ketchup. You will need, a timer, ketchup, a dirty penny and a penny. First, pour ketchup into your cup or dish. You don't need a lot of ketchup into the cup, just enough to cover the pennies. Next, push the penny into the ketchup so it's fully covered. Now, set your timer for 2 full minutes. When the timer goes off, take your penny out of the ketchup. Place the penny onto a paper towel and wipe it off until all the ketchup is gone. ...

How To: Make the perfect dirty martini

This is video showing you how to prepare a dirty martini drink. For making this drink, you need some 3 oz. vodka, 1/2 oz. of extra dry vermouth, olive brine, green olives. Start first with putting ice in the shaker. Put 3/4th portion of ice to get the liquor very cold fast. Now pour 3 oz. of vodka into the shaker, and put a splash of olive juice. Now start shaking the shaker. About 15 shakes should give a nice cold liquor. Now before serving put little dry vermouth, turn round the glass and t...

How To: Easily make a perfect dirty martini

Watch as Clint Curtis shows us how to make the perfect dirty martini. First get your martini glass out and fill it with ice. The ice is used to chill the glass for a cold martini. Get out a shaker and fill it about 3/4 with ice. Add your desired amount of your favorite brand of vodka. Add olive juice to shaker. Shake to mix the ingredients. Do not overtake the martini because it will become watered down. Grab a toothpick and put about three olives on it. Dump the ice from your glass and place...

How To: Clean dirty coins using multiple methods

Kevin demonstrates multiple methods to clean dirty coins.In the first method he takes some coke in a glass and hangs a dirty coin in it with the help of a string. This coke technique takes a few hours.In another faster technique which takes only 20 to 30 minutes he takes table salt and food vinegar. He takes the table salt and dissolves it in vinegar in a bowl. When most of it is dissolved he drops a dirty coin in it and waits about 20 minutes.Another method is to rub toothpaste on the coin f...

How To: Solve an algebraic equation

Math can be tricky, especially when you're trying to decipher algebra. It's a love-hate thing; if you don't love math, then you hate it, and there's no in-between. But it doesn't have to be a pain to solve a few problems. It's actually quite simple once you figure it out. An algebraic equation is an equation that includes one or more variables. These equations can be solved as long as the number of variables does not exceed the number of equations.

How To: Balance a chemical equation easily

In this video, we learn how to balance a chemical equation. First, take a look at both sides of the equation and figure out how many atoms there are for both. Once you write this out, you will have an idea of how unbalanced it is. Now that you've done this, you need to think about how you can make the equation equal. Look at the first line and then see how many you have to add to one side to make both equal to each other. Then, go to the second line and do the same. When finished, you will ha...

How To: Use proportions to solve application problems

In this video they are showing how to use proportions to solve word problems. In the first example they used 2/3 is equal to x/6. To solve for x, you begin by cross multiplying setting up and equation 3x=12. Next, divide 12 by 3 which equals 4. So x equals 4. In the next example, she has given a situation where she is making a ranch dip using a ranch powder and sour cream. She want to use 80oz of sour cream and she wants to know how much powder ranch she will need. She know that for 16oz of s...

How To: Find a central angle with a radius and a tangent

mathproblemgenerator.com provides a video about how to find a central angle with a given radius and a tangent. The angle at the intersection of the radius and the tangent is equal to 90 degrees. The second angle is also given in the problem. So the central angle is equal to 180 minus (90 plus the other angle given). In the video, the given angle is 54 degrees, making the equation = 180 - (90 + 54). Therefore the central angle is equal to 36.

How To: Perform the "down and dirty" card trick

In this video tutorial, we learn how to perform the "Down and Dirty" card trick. For more information about the trick and its execution, including detailed, step-by-step instructions, and to get started incorporating this trick into your own routines, watch this free video card magic lesson.

How To: Understand the Rule of Corresponding Angles

This video explains about the rule of corresponding angles. When measuring the angle between the parallel lines (i.e.) Line1 and Line2 across the straight line. The angle A and angle B are equal. The angle C and angle D are equal. The angle E and angle F are equal. Finally angle G is equal to angle F. So, the angle between the parallel lines in all the angles are equal. Hence, this is the rule of corresponding angles. This video is very useful to basic high school geometry courses. Correspond...

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