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While big parts of copyright protection are applied automatically to creative works like songs and beats (hence the need for orginizations like the Creative Commons), registering your work with Copyright Office is useful to the extent that it can allow you to seek greater damages in the event of an infringement. For more information, including how to register your own songs with the US Copyright Office, watch this free video tutorial.

### How To: Fold Origami Fireworks from Dollar Bills

For all your origami enthusiasts, take your art of origami to greater heights by using a dollar bill to create the impossible—fireworks! In this two-part video tutorial, learn how to fold origami fireworks from a single dollar bill. It's a great origami project for the 4th of July or New Year's Eve.

### How To: Add extreme contrast in Photoshop

Oftentimes, a photo may not capture the true vibrancy of color in real life, but Photoshop can fix that. Photos with lots of color can be given even greater hue saturation by adding extreme contrast in Photoshop. By using multiple effects, including overlay blend modes and noise across multiple layers, a picture's color intensity can be made more bold with these techniques. By following the steps in this video, colors can be made more vibrant using extreme contrast with Photoshop software.

### How To: Use filters and effects in Final Cut Express

Video filters let you adjust and enhance your clips for greater visual effects. Access Final Cut Express' filters in the effects browser. Simply position the timeline playhead over the clip, apply a filter, and the resulting changes are displayed in the canvas. Filters can be animated using keyframes, which work the same way with filters that they do with motion.

### How To: Make an ice bomb

Pour water into a cast iron bomb. Then bathe the bomb in a dry ice acetone slush. This will cause the reaction. This is to illustrate that the volume of ice is greater than of an equal mass of liquid water.

### How To: Evaluate factorials with a TI-83 calculator

The factorial of a number n can be defined as the product of all positive integers that are greater than 0 but less than or equal to n.

### How To: Do a dumbbell squat to tone the leg, hamstring, glute, and inner thigh

We know, we know: squats hurt. Like, really bad. But when it comes to exercise, the more a workout hurts the more effective it is at toning up those trouble areas.

### How To: Write and post a winning resume & cover letter

In this video, we learn how to write a winning resume and cover letter. First, you want to remember that your resume online needs to be keyword rich, so you will have greater chances of getting an interview. To find keywords for your resume, look up different job descriptions to change your resume to fit that specific job. List your specific qualities that make you the best candidate for that job. For your cover letter, make sure you always send it along with your resume. You want to capture ...

### How To: Manage a fever in children with Dr. Bill Gray

In this tutorial, we learn how to manage a fever in children. When your child has a fever, this means their body is fighting an infection. The fever will vary depending on what it is, but it will usually peak at 106 degrees. Don't bring the fever down with Tylenol, because it could make the cold last for a longer amount of time. This can be a greater threat to health than the illness was in the first place. If the child starts to get a higher fever, this is a good sign that the body is killin...

### How To: Use AGBX360 to stealth patch your XBox 360 games

You can hack you XBox 360 as perfectly as you please, but if you don't burn the games that you want to play on it properly than it will all be for naught. This video will teach you an important part of the process, using AGBX360 and S360X to stealth patch your .iso game files and make sure that they are SSv2. Taking these steps will ensure that the games you are burning are ready to be played on XBox 360's and ensure greater enjoyment of you XBox hacking experience.

### How To: Use the COUNTIF function in Microsoft Excel

New to 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 Excel tutorial from ExcelIsFun, the 180th installment in their series of digital spreadsheet magic tricks, you'll learn how to count specific words, specific numbers, numbers greater than a hurdle, numbers between two values, values that are NOT equal to an amount, words that end in es, all words, all numbers, all content, all blanks, all things which aren't words ...

### How To: Crush metal with ice water (and air pressure)

Air. It's all around us. Put it to work with this home science how-to, which demonstrates a cool method for crushing aluminum cans with a little bit of ice water and a whole lot of air pressure. To follow along with this experiment at home, you'll need a soda or paint can, a large bowl of water, some ice, and a stove top.

### How To: Use zone control in League of Legends to improve your game

Keep your enemies at bay and control as much space on the map with your champion as possible. This tutorial shows you how to dominate the map for greater control during your League of Legends game. Be aware of your surroundings, and learn a few tricks to get out of a bad spot when you're trapped by enemies.

### How To: Get women with Dr. Neder

This video has a man by the name of Dr. Neder and he has a book by the name, ‘how to be a man in a woman’s world.’ He answers a series of questions. The first question asked is how to get a girl with a boyfriend. The answer this video provides is simply that all girls are looking to date up. Meaning your value and assets, if there is a greater attraction then the girl will end up with you and dump the guy that she is with. Does size matter? The average size of most man is five inches to five ...

### How To: Make a lithium thionyl chloride battery

Watch this science video tutorial from Nurd Rage on how to make a lithium thionyl chloride battery, which is capable of generating 2.8v with enough current to power a LED.

### How To: Make Temaki Sushi (Japanese Hand Roll Sushi)

This tutorial video will teach you to make Temaki sushi, also known as Japanese hand rolled sushi. Ingredients for Temaki Sushi

### How To: Do dumbbell regular 21 curls to preacher curls

Learn how to do dumbbell regular 21 curls to preacher curls. Presented by Real Jock Gay Fitness Health & Life.

### How To: Solve rational inequalities

In this video, we learn how to solve rational inequalities. First, you will take the problem (x-1 over x+2 is greater than 0). The first method to solve this is to think you have any number divided by another number is greater than 0. Remember the properties to solving problems. Know that both A and B have to be greater than 0 since it's a positive divided by a positive. Or, you can have a negative divided by a negative which will make a positive. The first solution is (x-1 greater than 0 and...

### 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: Solve linear inequalities

In this video you can learn how to solve linear inequalities. Understand the basics of inequalities and linear equations. In an inequality, we say that that one number is greater than (>) another number or less than (<) another. On occasion we say that something is greater than or equal to, or less than or equal to. In a basic linear equation, we solve for the variable of x by subtracting the value from the opposite side or the = sign. Start by writing your equation on a sheet of paper. It wi...

### How To: Graph inequalities on a number line

In this video, we learn how to graph inequalities on a number line. Inequalities have a greater than or less than sign instead of an equal signs. Remember that these are no different than figuring out how to graph normal equations. First, you will need to remove the single numbers from each side of the equation. Continue to do math on the equation until you figure out what 'x' is. From here, draw the numbers on your graph and then find the number that 'x' is greater to or less than. Use an op...

### 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: Graph inequalities

Learn the correct method for graphing inequalities on a number line. Inequalities are, simply, mathematical comparisons between numbers or expressions. Numbers and other expressions can be greater than, less than, and/or equal to other numbers or expressions. Typically, this is indicated in mathematics through the use of the less-than (<) and greater-than (>) signs, along with the greater-than-/less-than-or-equal-to signs. Using other special notations, which you will learn in this video, the...

### How To: Count cards in Blackjack easily

So how does a card counter keep track of the cards in blackjack? While there are many different systems and variations, counting cards is usually as simple as adding and subtracting the number 1. Subtract one when a high card is dealt and add one when a low card is dealt. The greater the count, the more high cards in the shoe, and the more high cards in the deck, the greater the counting edge for the player.

### 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: Write a logarithm as a sum or difference of logarithms

This video shows the method to write a logarithm as a sum or difference of logarithms. The square root of the term given is taken out as half according to the rule. Then the numerator and denominator is divided into product of factors. This is broken into the difference of numerator and denominator according to the rule. Finally, the product of factors is expressed as the sum of factors. Now we see the domain of the term. As the term is a square root of the term it should be greater than zero...

### How To: Solve linear absolute value equations & inequalities

In this video the instructor shows how to solve linear absolute value equations and inequalities. You need to remember basic rules to solve these kind of problems. When the absolute value is equal to a number then the real value of it is equal to either the positive value of that number or negative value of that number. In case the absolute value is less than or equal to a number, then the real value lies in between the positive and negative values of that number. In the third case, if the ab...

### How To: Solve equations & inequalities with absolute value

In this tutorial the instructor talks about various strategies for solving equations and inequalities involving absolute value. To do this the first step is to isolate an absolute value. An absolute value is exactly equal to a number. If that number is less than zero then there is no solution. So, if you have an absolute value that is less than a number it means that the real value lies in between negative and positive value of that number. If your number is less than zero then it is empty se...

### How To: Translate a sentence into math symbols

We will be translating the sentence "twice y differs from 5 by more than two, “into a mathematical equation. The word twice generally means two times, so 2*y (because y comes next in the sentence). Differs normally means is different and a difference from something in a mathematical sentence means subtraction most of the time, thus minus five. We don't know if we’re talking about below 5 or above 5 on the number line, so we put absolute value around the equation. More than implies a greater t...

### 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: Draw a dotted/solid line when graphing an inequality

In this video the tutor shows when to use a dotted line and when to use a solid line while graphing lines in coordinate geometry. He says that we should use a dotted line to plot an inequality which contains the symbols less than or greater than. He also says that we should use a straight line when plotting an inequality which contains the signs less than or equal to and greater than or equal to. He goes on and demonstrates this idea with some examples. This video shows how to use different l...

### How To: Transform your Kinect into an inexpensive green screen

The Kinect is a powerful piece of technology you can use to do more than just play games. This tutorial shows you how to construct a basic green screen using the Kinect, and then you can use the Wiimote for even greater 3-D functionality.

### How To: Export a Cordell Connect file to a PDF or Excel document

Cordell Connect is useful software for managing projects for your business. One of the functions of this program is being able export your reports to either an Excel spreadsheet or a PDF document for a greater ease of data manipulation and communication.

### How To: Multiple, reduce, add, and subtract fractions

Get an all-in-one brain teaser by watching this math tutorial on how to simplify an expression that requires multiplying, reducing, adding, and subtracting.

### How To: Plant garlic in containers instead of the ground

Whether you lack the space in your home garden or simply want to exercise greater control over your plant's interactions with the surrounding environment, container gardening is a great way to go. And it's also easy to do. With this home gardening how-to from Growing Wisdom, you'll learn how to plant and grow garlic in your own container box.

### How To: Spar with tonfu

In this tutorial you will learn how to spar with a tonfa versus a bo, which, due to its greater length, is considered the "superior" weapon.

### How To: Build a Cheap Waterproof Flashlight for Diving Depths Past 80 Feet

The pressure underwater is undeniably strong. If you were to fill a balloon with water and take it underwater, it would not burst but would stay the same size because liquids are not compressed. The pressure is the same, inside and outside of the balloon. If you were to fill that same balloon with air instead, the lower it dives into water, the more it shrinks, until it eventually can't take the pressure anymore and bursts.

### How To: Convert top heavy fractions to mixed numbers

This is a video tutorial in the Education category where you are going to learn how to convert top heavy fractions to mixed numbers. Top heavy fractions are fractions with numerators greater than denominators. Mixed numbers are combination of whole numbers and fractions. To convert 12/5, find out how many 5s are in 12. The answer is 2 and after you remove two 5s from 12, you are left with 2. So, 12/5 is equal to 2 2/5. Similarly, in 10/3, you have three 3s in 10 and you are left with 1. So, 1...

### How To: Create a smokey muted purples eye makeup look

With Fall almost here, it's time to change the colors. And this makeup tutorial will hopefully help you change with the seasons, or at least inspire you in greater ways! Watch and learn how to recreate (and add or modify) this smokey muted purples look for eyes. You can use whatever colors you have to create something similar. Use your imagination!

### How To: Exterminate & prevent bed bugs

A bedbug is a small brownish, blood-sucking insect. Usually, infestation brings emotional trauma. So, the problem is greater than the physical problem, since the bugs bite at night, while the victim sleeps. Often, the bites are mistaken for dermatological conditions, until the bugs are found. Typically, bedbugs are going to be within 10-15 feet of your bed. They will usually be along the rim. They will also be underneath the box spring. There will be in the nightstands. There will also be blo...