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How To: Simplify fourth roots

In this video the instructor shows how to find out the fourth roots of a number. The properties of fourth root says that for any positive number of a, its fourth roots are real. And for any negative value a, its fourth roots are not real. So split the number inside the fourth root as the product of two perfect squares and then cancel out the power with the fourth root giving its roots. As the fourth roots of a positive number are real, the answer you get is correct. But you cannot find out th...

How To: Understand music accents

Join David Yzhaki as he makes learning piano music fundamentals fast and easy. In classical music, a measure that is in four four time (four quarter notes get the pulse) the first beat and third beat are naturally more accented than the second and fourth. Jazz, reggae, and pop music are entirely opposite because the natural accents occur on the second and fourth beat of each measure. Another type of accent is called a melodic accent. This happens when a note is accented because of its higher ...

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: Practice the octave and fourth exercise on the sax

This is a demonstration of Low End exercises on the saxophone. This is one of the tone and ear-training exercises in octaves and perfect fourths. This tutorial video is great for beginners and advanced sax players. Check out this instructional sax video that shows you how to practice these low end exercises. Try out the octave and fourth exercise on the saxophone and improve your saxophone playing skills!

How To: Play "High and Dry" by Radiohead on guitar

TboneWilson1978 shows how to play "High and Dry" by Radiohead on guitar. The intro of the song plays on the 11th fret on the fifth string and then on the 13th fret on the third string. Mute your fourth string and the second. Slide down to nine fret then back up to the second. Then just start strumming. All the rest for the song are a F7 major, and minor. beginning strumming those cords. Then you can play the song all together. The chorus is the same also.

How To: Compare fractions

A short video teaching you how to compare fractions. Starting with two fraction like three fourths and two over twelve. You cross multiply the denominator or the bottom number of three fourths which is 4 with the numerator or the top number of the second fraction which is 2. So the 8 that you come up with goes under the two twelfths. Now you do the same for the two fraction this time multiplying the denominator 12 with the numerator 3 coming up with 36. So now you have 36 under three fourths ...

How To: Play Randy Rhoads' intro from "Crazy Train"

Play Randy Rhoads' intro from Crazy TrainHere's how to play Crazy Train by Ozzy. Play the top two strings. Then play the second and fourth fret which is the power chord F sharp. Play the A chord twice and then F sharp, D and E twice. That's the first bit that he plays. The next part is the riff. He plays F sharp twice. Then, he plays the second string fourth bar and back to the second bar. Next, he plays the fifth on the second string. Then, he goes back to the second string. Next, he plays t...

How To: Wear High Heels Without Any Pain

Whether you love or hate wearing high heels, a pair of stilettos can be incredibly painful. You can feel blisters, searing pain, pressure, and stabbing aches long after you kick off those heels, but a really simple trick could help alleviate some of the issues caused by tight-fitting, wobbly shoes. According to Kat Collings of Who What Wear, taping your third and fourth toes (if counting away from the big toe) together with tape will reduce the amount of pain you feel in the ball of your foot...

How To: Write "tree" in Japanese

If you have ever wanted to learn Japanese or even just a few words in the language then this video is perfect for you to begin with. This video will show you how to write the word "tree" in Japanese in a fun creative way. The video takes a picture of an actual tree and redesigns it to become the word tree, but if you want to just learn how to write the word on it's own then a grab a piece of paper, pen and begin with making a horizontal stroke. Next, make a vertical line through the horizonta...

How To: Tune a ukulele by ear

WataAtaCrackah teaches you how to tune a ukelele by ear without an electric tuner. Just like a guitar, you start by getting the first string tuned and gradually work on the others. The first step is to get the right pitch of the G string, which is quite a high note. What the G string sounds like is demonstrated. Next, you work on your A string and this should sound like the G string with a finger pressed on the second fret. Then the E string is worked on. The sound of the E string with a fing...

How To: Play "I'm a Little More Country Than That" by Easton

In this video, we learn how to play "I'm a Little More Country Than That" by Easton. There is a riff that is played at the beginning, which is played on the fourth fret. Put your middle finger on the third fret of the high E string and your pointer finger on the second string. On the third note, move your middle finger to the third fret and then play it over several times. Once you finish this, you can move into the intro of the song and then start to play the verses. Incorporate the lyrics i...

How To: Figure out guitar tab

This video demonstrates how to properly read guitar tablature. The numbers in the tablature represent the fret number and the line the numbers are on represent the strings. For example, if there is a number 4 on the 3rd line from the top, that represents the note on the fourth fret on the G string (in standard tuning). Tablature is read as if the guitar is laying on your lap, with the low E string closer to you and the high E string facing away. Tablature is a simple effective way to read gui...

How To: Play C major scale in 1st position

Getting to know your scales are important to understanding music theory, learning your fretboard, improving your technique and training your ear. Check out this instructional acoustic guitar video that shows how to play C major scale in first position. Playing a scale on one string is a great way to learn the fretboard but not the most efficient way to play a scale. Try a 1st position C major scale. Start by putting your 3rd finger on low C (3rd fret of your A string). Proceed to follow the a...

How To: Play Ozzy Osbourne's "Crazy Train" on electric guitar

This video shows you how to play "Crazy Train" by Ozzy Osbourne on the electric guitar. The first step is to strum the second fret of the low E chord twice. Then move your ring finger to the fourth fret of the A string. Go back to the second fret of the low E. Strum that twice. Then place your pinky on the fifth fret of the A string. Then you go back to putting your pointer finger on the second fret of the low E string. Then the fourth fret of the A string. Then the second fret of low E strin...

How To: Use tritone chord substitutions in jazz guitar

This free video guitar lesson discusses tritone chord substitution. In short, when a dominant 7th chord is functioning, it can be substituted by a dominant chord that is a tritone or augmented fourth away from its root. For more information, and to get started playing tritone chord substitutions on your own guitar, watch helpful jazz tutorial.

How To: Make a rag rug style friendship bracelet

In this tutorial, we learn how to make friendship bracelets: the rag rug. First, grab eight different colors and arrange them all spaced out. Clip them to a clipboard at the top, then take your first strand and make a knot around your second strand twice. From here, you will take your third strand and tie it around your fourth strand. Continue to do this until you reach the rest of the colors that you have twice. Next, take the seventh and sixth strand and make a backwards knot. Then, do the ...

How To: Play power chords with a 5th string root note

Justin Sandercoe teaches us how to play power chords with a 5th string root note in this tutorial. Start out by placing your first finger on the root note and your third and fourth finger underneath. The tip of your fourth finger should be touching the sixth string. Push the tip of it up until you've trained it to always touch the sixth string, without this the song will sound terrible. Once you have the chord shape down, you will need to start to play some riffs. Move the fifth string root a...

How To: Play "Detroit Rock City" by KISS on electric guitar

In this video, we learn how to play "Detroit Rock City" by KISS on electric guitar. Start out with Eb, Bb, Gb, Db, Ab, and Eb. Pull of the first fret and go to the second, then do this over four times. Once you have finished this, do it over three more times until you reach the end. Now, you will place your fingers on the fourth string fourth fret, then do these chords over again three more times. There will be another guitar playing Eb, Bb, Gb, Db, Ab, and Eb as you continue on playing this,...

How To: Play "Best of You" by Foo Fighters on acoustic guitar

In this tutorial, we learn how to play "Best of You" by Foo Fighters on acoustic guitar. There are three chords you will be playing with most of the song. The first is a C sharp Minor, putting your ring finger on the fourth fret of the A string. Your index finger should be on the second fret of the D string and your pinkie finger on the fourth fret of the E string. This is a weird shape that you will have to get comfortable with. Once in this position, you will be able to better play this son...

How To: Build a giant geoboard with your kids

Geoboards are fun tools to teach your child the basic concepts of shapes and how they work in math; any kid would love a gigantic one! Firstly, you need to obtain a pegboard (what they hang merchandise on in hardware and similar stores). They usually come in 4x8' sheets, so you may need to ask an employee to cut one into fourths for you. The fourth piece should have 64 holes in 8 rows of 8, which means you need 64 nuts and bolts to make the board. Assembly is a no-brainer; you and your kids s...

How To: Unlock the fourth core of an AMD Phenom II or X2 CPU

In this video tutorial, viewers learn how to unlock the fourth core of an AMD Phenom II or X2 CPU. Begin by installing the CPU chip into your computer. Then turn on the computer and wait for the black screen to boot up. Go to the setup by pressing the Delete button and select MB Intelligent Tweaker (M.I.T). Select the Advanced Clock Calibration and select Hybrid for the EC Firmware Selection. Select Auto for the Advanced Clock Calibration and press "y" to save it. The system will then reboot....

How To: Use number patterns in math

In this video the instructor shows how to identify patterns in numbers, figures, letters. When given a pattern like 1, 2, 4, 7 try to find the change in each of the successive numbers in the pattern. If you observe carefully you will notice that the difference of the second and first number is one. Similarly the difference of the third and second number is two and this pattern keeps repeating. So this pattern is generated by taking 1 and adding 1 to it. To the next number add 2 to get the thi...

How To: Make the perfect watermelon martini

Toy-tini presents how to make a perfect and delicious watermelon martini. Here's what you'll need: a cocktail shaker, a martini glass, some top-shelf vodka, some sugar syrup, and, of course, some freshly-cut watermelon. To get started, fill up the shaker about three-fourths of the way with ice. Put about 3 ounces of vodka straight into the shaker. Then, put about one-fourth of an ounce of the sugar syrup. Next, throw a bunch of the freshly-cut watermelon in - the more the better - and shake i...

How To: Play the Beatles' "Eleanor Rigby" on the ukulele

If you want to learn how to play Eleanor Rigby by the Beatles on the ukulele in key g this might be for you. There are only two chords with some variations throughout this song. The first chord you need to play is B minor. The B minor chord consists of a bar on the second fret on the bottom 3 strings and the fourth fret on the fourth string. The next chord in the progression is B minor7. To play B minor7 use the formation for the B chord; however, in this variation you must put your finger on...

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