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How To: Power up your RV shower head

Professor of RVing Jim Twamley demonstrates how to install a new revolutionary shower head, the Oxygenics Body Spa. Follow the instructions outlined in this video tutorial to learn how to install the new shower head as well as how to remove the old shower head. Start showering in luxury with the Oxygenics Body spa shower head.

How To: Do a black, purple, and white polka dottie eye makeup

While this makeup look is high drama, and maybe even a bit of a makeup look for makeup artists, it can still be recreated at home. This video is demonstrated using MAC shark skin shade stick, MakeUp Forever #92 purple eyeshadow, velvet lady black eyeshadow, Avon luxury black kohl eyeliner, Vincent Longo white liquid eyeliner, and black mascara. Watch this video makeup application tutorial and learn how to do a black, purple, and white polka dottie eye makeup look.

How To: Prank the interviewer when you have a job interview

In today's economy, pranks like this are luxuries few can afford. But if you are lucky enough to find yourself interviewing for a job you don't want and don't have to take, try out some of the awesome prank techniques in this video! It will teach you a bunch of ways to mess with your interviewer. It's almost like a crank call delivered in person, and should amuse your and very much off-put your interviewer every time.

How To: Create fabulous feline eyes with Chanel Les Contraste de Chanel makeup

You really can't look tacky or go wrong using Chanel products. Whether it's the classic Chanel quilted bag with a chain strap or well edited makeup colors, Chanel defines timeless beauty and luxury. So if you're into classic makeup looks and love Chanel (who doesn't?), check out this makeup tutorial to learn how to create fabulous feline eyes using Chanel's new Les Contraste de Chanel eye palettes.

How To: Graph piecewise defined functions

In this video the instructor shows how to graph a piecewise defined function. A piecewise defined function is a function that is defined in separate pieces. In these kind of functions, for different ranges of the value of x, you are given different small functions, all of which together make the whole function. This means your equation of the function is given in the form of smaller functions. Now to graph these kind of equations all you have to do is graph the individual equations in the sam...

How To: Cook plaa thoo sot Thai mackerel fish in red curry

Oh, the luxuries of Thailand. Even the refugee camp food is delicious. Thai chef Kai shares a recipe from his days in the camp: chuu chee plaa thoo sot, or mackerel fish in red curry. For this dish, you will need mackerel fish, coconut milk, red curry paste, fsih sauce, sugar, and cherry tomato. Watch this video cooking tutorial and learn how to prepare chuu chee plaa thoo sot, mackerel fish in red curry sauce, from chef Kai.

How To: Create simple functions when programming in Python 3

In this clip, you'll learn how to create and call simple functions when coding in Python 3. Whether you're new to the Python Software Foundation's popular general purpose programming language or a seasoned developer looking to better acquaint yourself with the new features and functions of Python 3.0, you're sure to benefit from this free video programming lesson. For more information, including detailed, step-by-step instructions, watch this video guide.

How To: Select the right thread count

This link shows a talk with Chase Voelker from fusion who gave detailed information about how to select the right sheet for our bed. He describes about the selection of sheets based on the thread count, tensile strength and fabric hand etc. He had described about these concepts and had illustrated some approved brands of bed sheets. Suphima supreme luxury, Beech etc. are the example of branded sheets. Depending on how we like to sleep we can select sheets of different thread count (400 to 500...

How To: Solve problems with inverse functions

In this video the instructor teaches about inverse functions. Normally in inverse functions problems you are given a function that has a set of points and you are asked to find the inverse of that function. So if the function has a point in the form (x, y) then the inverse function has its points in the form of (y, x). Now when you are given a function f(x) that is in the form of x and asked to find its inverse, equate the function to y. Solve the equation to get the value of variable x in th...

How To: Prepare an easy chocolate mousse recipe with rum

This cooking how to video shows you how to prepare and easy to make a rum chocolate mousse. Making rum chocolate mousse may sound like an extravagant thing to make, but it ins't. The thing that makes this mousse a luxury dessert is the quality of the chocolate used. To get optimal mousse results, try buying a high grade chocolate for this recipe.

How To: Solve problems involving functions in algebra

Need to know how to solve function problems in algebra? 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 work with and solve functions.

How To: Use functioning & static dominant chords in jazz guitar

In this video, we learn how to play Jazz guitar: Functioning & Static Dominant Chords. When you play an A7 going to a D chord, you are playing a functioning dominant, because a five chord always wants to go to a one chord. This is because of the tension in the five chord and how it resolves to the one chord. You will hear that the chord wants to go to a different chord, so make sure you understand this concept as you are playing. If the chord does go to the other, it's referred to as a functi...

How To: Use the SUMIF function with an array 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 694th installment in their series of digital spreadsheet magic tricks, you'll learn how the SUMIF function (and COUNTIF, etc.) cannot accept arrays. If you need to sum by year from transactional data the SUMIF and YEAR functions cannot be used together. Instead we can use the SUMPRODUCT function.

How To: Work with exponential growth functions in mathematics

Exponential functions are functions which contains terms which are integers raised to the power of variables. Note that the variables are not raised to the power of integers, but the integers are raised to the power of variables. Variables raised to the power of integers are called as polynomials and are a different class of functions. But exponential functions grow very fast than polynomials with the increase in the value of the variable. To understand the growth of these functions take a si...

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 the absolute value of a function

This video shows the method to plot the graph of the absolute value of a function. The video shows the example of the function of cube root of 'x'. The demonstrator first plots the graph of a cube root function. This is done by taking the reference point of positive one and positive eight. The graph is drawn for both negative and positive values of 'x'. After this the graph of absolute function is drawn by taking the absolute value of the cube root function. The resultant graph comes out to b...

How To: Graph the greatest Integer or floor function

The video shows the explanation of greatest integer function. This video explains this with the help of graphs. The video first describes the basic greatest integer function. This means the greatest integer less than or equal to the number gave. The graph of this function is drawn. The video then shows the variations of this function. The first variation shows the function that replaces the 'x' coordinate with it subtracted by three. This shifts the graph to the right by three units. The seco...

How To: Solve mathematical functions and graphs

Check out this instructional math video that demonstrates how to calculate mathematical functions and graphs. In this 9th lesson, learn how to solve on SAT Algebra problems using the Official SAT Study Guide (as always). Here are the math problems and their page numbers that this video covers:

How To: Build frequency tables & histogram charts in MS Excel

Whether you're interested in learning Microsoft Excel from the bottom up or just looking to pick up a few tips and tricks, you've come to the right place. In this tutorial from everyone's favorite digital spreadsheet guru, ExcelIsFun, the 31st installment in his "Highline Excel Class" series of free video Excel lessons, you'll learn how to build frequency tables and simple histogram charts in Microsoft Excel. Specifically, this video addresses the following subjects:

How To: Ignore nested subtotals with AGGREGATE in MS 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 664th installment in their series of digital spreadsheet magic tricks, you'll learn how to make a calculation on a column of values that contain subtotals that you do not want to include in the calculations. The AGGREGATE function will ignore nested SUBTOTAL and AGGREGATE functions when making calculations.

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