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How To: Apply the 6th Law of Exponents

This is a video tutorial in the Education category where you are going to learn how to apply the 6th Law of Exponents. The 6th law of exponents says, to raise a product to a power, you can multiply each of its factors by the same power. For example if you have (acm) to the power x, that will be equal to the product of (a to the power x), (c to the power x) and (m to the power x). How is this done? (acm) to the power x is same as (a to the 1, c to the 1 and m to the 1). What we are doing is, w...

How To: Understand Newton's second law

In this tutorial the author explains the concept of Newton's Second Law of motion which states that force is equal to mass times acceleration. So the equation to compute force F is F = m * a, where m is the mass of the body and a is the acceleration produced by the force on that body. He explains that even our weight is our mass times the gravity. So now he explains that mass of a body is constant and only our weight changes depending up on the situation we are in. If you want a clear underst...

How To: Use Hess's law in physical chemistry

In this free video science lesson from Internet pedagogical superstar Salman Khan, we learn how to use Hess's law. Whether you need help studying for that next big test or could just use a hand finishing your homework, you're sure to be well served by this video lesson. For more information, including detailed, step-by-step instructions, take a look.

How To: Join law enforcement

Careers in law enforcement range from police officers and state troopers, to FBI agents and crime scene investigators. Get a job in law enforcement with tips from a former highway patrolman in this free video series on law enforcement careers.

How To: Demonstrate Newton's law of inertia

This short video clip shows seven demonstrations of Isaac Newton’s first law of motion– the law of inertia. Newton’s law of inertia states that objects moving at constant velocity will continue moving at constant velocity, unless acted upon by an outside unbalanced force. Six of these demonstrations (excluding number six) are from Tik Liem’s book Invitations to Science Inquiry.

Prop 23: Yes or no on the state's global warming law

From Salon.com "AB 32 mandates that California must reduce its greenhouse gas emissions to 1990 levels by the year 2020. But California's crazy government-by-initiative system means that just because a law has been passed by the California House and Senate and signed by the governor doesn't make it secure. On the ballot this November, voters will get their own chance to weigh in on AB 32 by deciding whether or not to pass Proposition 23, the misleadingly named "California Jobs Initiative."

Congress: The Law Makers

The Website above is about congress. It has the recent activities of Congress. It also allows you to contact them to stop any law which you might disagree with. This is a great way to help make a decision that might effect others.

How To: Hack a Radio to Pick Up Different Frequencies - Including Law Enforcement & More

Hardware hacks are something I feel we don't get enough of at Null Byte, so today I figured I would introduce a fun one. I've always been a curious hardware hacker. Taking things apart and learning how their internals work has always been a part of my nature. Quite some years ago, my father showed me a really cool trick on how to hack normal radios to scan frequencies that are normally non-listenable. This little hack allowed us to scan frequencies belonging to law enforcement, and even frequ...

Know Your Rights: How to Escape Unlawful Stops and Police Searches with Social Engineering

Law enforcement can make a lot of folks cringe. Too often do we hear on the news, and even experience in our own lives, the unjust way that an unacceptable portion of law enforcement treat the very citizens they are supposed to protect. People's rights are violate each and every day by law enforcement, simply because they are timid and uneducated with the laws of society. This dirty trickery shouldn't be played on harmless citizens under any circumstances.

How To: Spot a liar by learning to recognize facial signs and vocal cues

Determining whether someone is lying or whether they lie consistently is one of the most important skills that you can have. This video features two experts on lying: a Hastings University law professor and Scam School host Brian Bushwood, explaining all sorts of signs you can look for to determine whether someone is lying or experiencing a strong emotional response to what you're saying. These include facial expressions, tone of voice, and hand gestures.

How To: Safely lockout electrical disconnects during repairs

This video aimed at electricians, is designed to help employers and employees what is required in the standard that is applied for the control of energy during maintenance and servicing of equipment and machinery. Employers are required by law to develop proper lockout safety procedures and provide proper protection materials and safety training. This video is highly important for any electrician, apprentice or journeyman, because it will help prevent injury… or even death.

How To: Rural surveillance

If you are law enforcement or find yourself in an emergency situation you may need to know how to properly conduct surveillance in a rural area. You will have to gather information without being scene and will need different techniques when out in the wilderness.

How To: Draw a room with stairways using complex levels

Have you ever secretly pined away for a career in interior design, even though you're currently stuck in law school because, well, your parents forced you and gave you no other option? Because law school can be a bit rigid in terms of what you learn (pretty much it's just facts and figures and learning sound logic), it's important to indulge your creative side ever once in a while.

How To: Make magnets float down a steel tube

Mr.G in the episode 3 of "Summer snow fall" explain the experiment for eddy currents and lenz law by using general house hold items like copper tubes of different dia., 2-neo themium magnets attached together and a ball bearing magnet. At first he took the big diameter copper tube and drop the neo-themium magnets, they fall slowly without touching the surface of the copper tube as they are like freely falling from space with less gravity, for the next time he took small diameter copper tube a...