# Marco Divisor Search Results

### How To: Play Marco Polo

It's the coolest pool party game ever named after a 13th-century explorer. Marco Polo is a perfect way to cool down and have fun.

### How To: Reduce a fraction in math

The above video is very informative to anyone who does not know the division of fractions. The author very neatly explains the meaning of a common divisor i.e. it is a number that divides two numbers evenly. Therefore, one must divide a fraction as many times until the remaining fraction has 1 as a divisor. It is very easy to find the common divisor. Both the numerator and the denominator must be divisible by that number. The author in the present video has done a good work.

### How To: Do long division problems

In this tutorial the instructor shows how to perform a long division through an example. He gives a simple method where takes the first left most number, with minimum possible digits that can be divided by the divisor, and tries to divide it by the divisor and this gives the quotient. Now he shows how to multiply the quotient with the divisor to get a value which is to be subtracted from the original divided number. Now in the third step he shows how to bring down the next digits and asks to ...

### How To: Understand arithmetic basics to do long division

This video shows us how to understand the basic arithmetic for doing long division. Whenever you are about to perform the division operation, the number which is to be divided is called as the dividend and the number which divides the dividend is called as divisor. So while performing a very long division, usually the dividend is put under a bar and the divisor is put upfront. So while dividing the dividend, the divisor is made to check whether it can divide the numbers involved in the divide...

### Walkthrough Assassin's Creed 2: Tomb 5

San Marco's Secret: Tomb 5 is not easy, so be careful. Getting into the Basilica without the use of Leonardo's flying machine is tricky. However, chances are that you've already penetrated the massive building's defenses in the mission If at First You Don't Succeed.... But if you haven't yet completed that mission, here's how to get to the tomb's entrance.

### How To: Divide fractions with examples

In this Education video tutorial you will learn how to divide fractions with examples. For example let us divide 1/5 with 3/4. This we can do by changing the division sign in to multiplication sign provided we swap the numerator and the denominator of the divisor to get its reciprocal. The equation can now be written as 1/5 x 4/3. Now multiplying the numerators and the denominators, we get the answer as 4/15. So, you can see that division of fractions is the same as multiplication. You only n...

### How To: Do long division quickly

In this `Math Made Easy' tutorial the instructor shows how to perform Long Division. He gives a simple four step approach where in the first step he shows to divide the first left most number by the divisor and this gives the quotient. Now he shows to multiply the quotient with the divisor to get a value which is to be subtracted from the original divided number. Now in the third step he shows how to bring down the next digit and finally in the last step he asks to perform the same procedure ...

### How To: Convert fractions to decimals quickly and easily

This video shows you how to easily convert a fraction to decimals. To convert a fraction to a decimal, you simply divide the numerator by the denominator. You first need to move the decimal point in the divisor to the right until it is a whole number. Then, you have to move the decimal point in the dividend to the right by the same number of places the decimal point was moved. Then divide the new dividend by the new divisor. Please note you may need to move the decimal point two places to the...

### How To: Use factor trees to find the factors of any number

Watch this video to learn how to use factors trees to find the factors of any number.

### How To: Handle missing terms in algebraic long division

In this tutorial you are shown exactly how to do algebraic long division when terms are missing in the polynomial. Follow these steps and you can divide whatever you'd like:

### How To: Divide larger numbers and do long division

This is video for how to divide large numbers by doing long division with easy methods. This video describes that dividing the "Dividend" with "Divisor" to get the "Quotient" and "Remainder" if they exist. In the given example first "25" taken as the Dividend and "5" is will be the Divisor. Divide this value the multiplication is needed. For above example "5*5=25" is the result so, the "Quotient" is "5".If the value is large for example "506" of dividend and "8" of divisor means, first we sho...

### How To: Divide decimals with Mr Binkley

This video is provided by Mr. Binley. Let's learn this with an example, let's say that we want to divide 0.492 by 0.4, the most important thing remember while dividing the decimal numbers is that we need to convert the divisor into a whole number, here we need to convert 0.4 into a whole number. To do this we need to move the decimal to the right, then 0.4 becomes 4, now do the same thing to the dividend (0.492), move the decimal to the same location that we followed while moving the decimal ...

### How To: Find the greatest common factor of two numbers

Looking for a guide on how to calculate the greatest common divisor for two numbers? 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 ...

### How To: Understand equivalent fractions

In this video the instructor teaches about equivalent fractions. When given a problem to determine if two fractions are equivalent fractions the first thing to do is write them in the lowest terms. A fraction is said to be in the lowest terms if the greatest common divisor of both numerator and denominator is one. So cancel the common factors in the numerator and the denominator till you arrive at the lowest form and finally compare them to determine if they are equivalent. An equivalent frac...

### How To: Do long division with decimals

Video Nerd thinks that when your doing long division with decimals you should first take out the decimal. Write the number as if it didn't have a decimal. For example if the problem was 12.5 divided by 5 then you will just use 125 and divide that by 5. Next divide the first digit of the dividend by the divisor an write the number up top. Next you multiply, after your done multiplying the numbers subtract, and when your done subtracting the numbers drop the reaming numbers in the dividend down...

### How To: Solve linear equations w/ the multiplication property

This video demonstrates how to solve a linear function with rational coefficients by multiplying by the reciprocal of the coefficient. The reciprocal is just a fancy way of saying the numerator and denominator are swapped. Two sample problems are solved using this method. Multiplying each side of the equation by the reciprocal of the rational coefficient of the variable 'x' is an allowed operation, but only because both sides are multiplies by the the same amount. The teacher then demonstrate...

### How To: Multiply rational expressions

The video describes the basic process of multiplying two rational expressions. The problem illustrated in this video involved multiplying rational expressions of monomial terms with integer coefficients. As with the other example problems, we follow the steps of: factoring, canceling, and multiplying. Because these terms are monomials, no factoring is required (but we still state it as a step for similarity to solving other problems). We then find the greatest common divisor for both terms to...

### How To: Multiply and divide fractions in math

One can learn, from watching this video, how to multiply and divide fractions. Prof. Alexander gives a discourse on multiplication and division of fractions in a simple, easy way. For multiplication, one should first look for highest common factor in the numerator of one fraction and the denominator of the other, and vice versa, and if found, carry out the reduction by that factor. Then the numerator of one fraction is multiplied by that of the other fraction, the same operation is carried ou...

### How To: Play Tarrasch's trap in the Steinitz chess defense

This is a discussion of a trap in the Ruy Lopez, Steinitz Defense. This is an important trap to know, because it shows what happens if Black tries to hold the center in the Steinitz.

### How To: Sear halibut with tomato, fennel, cucumber and mint

Secret Ingredient host Mark Law and Denver chef Jean Philippe Failyau of Osteria Marco take the mint out of the mojito and add it to a fresh summertime salad of cherry tomatoes, fennel, red onion, cucumber and mint, served over seared halibut. Follow along in this cooking how-to video as Whole Food's Market shows you how to prepare this delicious seafood dish. The tomato, fennel, cucumber and mint add a refreshing taste to the seared halibut.

### How To: Write a fraction as a decimal

Write a fraction as a decimal

### How To: Simplify exponential expressions via the quotient rule

This video demonstrates the quotient rule as applied to exponential expressions that appear in the form of, to use the word loosely, a fraction. The name, "quotient rule", refers to the fact that it applies to expressions which are divided by other expressions. The video begins by explaining that the quotient rule allows expressions in this form to be simplified if they contain like bases (i.e., the terms are of the same variable). The quotient rule allows the expression to be simplified by s...

### How To: Find slant (oblique) asymptotes of rational functions

In this educational video the instructor shows how to find the slant asymptotes of rational functions. Slant or oblique asymptotes occur when the degree of the numerator is exactly one greater than the degree of the denominator of the rational function. The way to find the equation of the slant asymptote from the function is through long division. In this long division you divide the numerator with the denominator by following the long division method as shown in this video. Before dividing i...

### Screw Hearts: How to Get Stars Back on Twitter

When people get accustomed to something, any type of change is typically met with resistance or disdain. So when Twitter decided to swap stars for hearts, the internet wasn't exactly receptive to the new aesthetic.

### How To: Set Up a Remote Desktop Connection Easily & Quickly on Your Computer

Has your grandmother ever called you complaining about her internet not working? Don't you wish you could just see what she was talking about and fix it instead of having her try to explain why the mouse won't double-click on the thingamajig?

### How To: Easily Create Your Own Custom Font from Scratch

In general, we never really put much thought into fonts, but they comprise a huge portion of our online experience. A whimsical mood can easily be set by using something like Segoe Script, but switch it up to Sentinel and you've got a more sophisticated feel all of a sudden.

### How To: Type Less & Say More with Custom Text Replacement Shortcuts

I'm a long-time and loyal Android user, but one iOS feature that I'm truly envious of is their keyboard shortcuts, which lets you assign a short macro that inputs a longer phrase. For example, typing "home" can input your home address.

### How To: Divide numbers using long division

This video focuses on how to do long division. She starts by dividing 1548 by 26, going incrementally between each value. She first take 26 into the first three numbers of 1548 (154) and gets 5, then takes the remainder of 24 (154-130) and brings down the 8 to get 248. She then divides 248 by 26 to get 9 with a remainder of 14. She then goes into some detail as to how to extract the decimal from the remainder by continuing the long division and adding zeros to the end of the divisor. At the e...

### How To: Bone Broth—Is It Worth the Hype?

If you spend a lot of time reading about food, chances are you've heard about bone broth. It's all the rage these days, from high profile chefs like Marco Canora building menus around it, to celebrities like Salma Hayek using it as self-prescribed beauty regimens.

### News: Augmented Reality Startup Phiar Paves Path to \$3 Million in Seed Funding for AI-Powered Navigation Solution

Another contestant has emerged in the race to deliver a mainstream augmented reality car navigation system, with Silicon Valley-based Phiar picking up \$3 million in seed funding to launch its own artificial intelligence-based mobile app by mid-2019.

### News: Amazon Launches Sumerian, Drag-and-Drop Tool for Quickly Creating & Deploying AR/VR Content

Amazon Web Services (AWS) opened its re:INVENT developers expo with a bang by launching Amazon Sumerian, a new tool that could become the dominant platform for building cross-platform augmented and virtual reality applications.

### News: Your Android Apps Are Secretly Getting Chatty with Your Data

As it turns out, your Android apps are pairing together to share your data without asking for your permission first. Researchers from Virginia Tech developed a tool called DIALDroid to monitor exchanges of data between Android apps over the last three years, and what they've found is quite alarming.

### How To: A Coffee-Only Breakfast Can Make You Fatter, but It Doesn't Have To

Hey, coffee drinkers—your morning cup of joe is killing your metabolism.

### News: No FaceTime on Android? Try These Video Chat Apps Instead

In these times of social distancing, video calling is becoming the technological substitute for face-to-face connections. For those who carry an iPhone, the art of video calling defaults to FaceTime, the native app on iOS that is exclusive to Apple devices. But what do you do if you or the other party is on Android?

### How To: The 10 Best Reasons to Jailbreak iOS 9

Yes, there's already a way to jailbreak iOS 9 on your iPad, iPhone, or iPod touch, but given the fact that it's only been out for about a week means that not all developers have had a chance to make their tweaks fully compatible yet. That doesn't mean they won't work, but that they might not be as smooth as they should be.

### How To: Recycle Your Kid's Crayon Nubs into Bigger, Cleaner Pushup Crayons

If you have children, then you know firsthand how many crayons parents end up buying. There is no such thing as using a crayon until it disappears. Kids use crayons until they are a nub, and then they toss the crayon aside, never to use it again.

### How To: The Specs That Really Count When Buying a Phone

When shopping for a new smartphone, you'll encounter comparisons and spec sheets that are filled to the brim with values like mAh, GB, and GHz. To the average consumer, however, these values are meaningless, so we end up looking at which device has the specs with the highest actual numbers.

### How To: Travel Around the World for \$418

Interesting read and an even more interesting itinerary. This guy flew the world for \$418. Most people don't have the time to pull off what this guy did, but awesome none the less.

### Childhood Dreams Realized: Skateboard a Waterpark

Check out this great video by Spanish commercial director Miguel Shaw. Note: The really good stuff starts at 0:40.

### How To: Create gorgeous highlights at home

This how-to video series shows the easy way to master this professional technique. Hair colorist and stylist Marco Pelusi offers tips for doing highlights at home. Professional highlights can be a bank-breaker, but they do wonders for your complexion and overall look of your hair. Get a salon look at home. Watch this video tutorial series and learn how to highlight hair at home. Create gorgeous highlights at home - Part 1 of 2.

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