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### How To: Wire trailer lights

There are no connectors on my new trailer lights, these must be defective. But wait, there are connectors, and better yet, they are extremely simple to use. It is common to get new trailer lights and then be stumped by how to make the proper connections. This video will show you how the connection points are built right into the back of the lights and just how easy it is to match them up with your wires to make a solid connection.

### How To: Light a match (while bartending) with one hand

This video illustrates how to light a match while bartending with one hand. Take a pack of match sticks. Slide the paper over the match pointer with your thumb. Fold a match stick backwards to the pack and fold it once at the edge of the pack. A match strip is printed over the edge in pack of match sticks. Just let the match stick rub the match strip using your thumb and the match stick is lighted up. Just slide over the table. Benefit after watching this video: 1. To light a match while bart...

### How To: Fix Unmatched Song Errors and Duplicate Playlists in iTunes Match

Apple's iTunes Match service is a great feature for people who have large libraries or want to sync their music across a lot of different devices. It lets you store any song in your library that exists in the iTunes Store on the cloud, even songs you imported from CDs, and even improves the quality of some of them. But, like any new service, it's not without its problems, and the fact that it costs \$25 a year makes those problems seem even worse. Among the issues that users reported, unmatche...

### How To: Subtract fractions with unlike denominators

In order to subtract mixed fractions, you'll need to look at the denominators carefully. If the denominators do not match, you'll need to find a common denominator. For example, 5 2/3 minus 3 4/5 do not have the same denominator. The lowest common denominator for them is 15.

### How To: Play a numbers-based mind game with people using matches

Your mom probably told you not to play with matches, but now that you're a little older it's time to start breaking that rule. Watch this video to learn how to play a fun trick on / mind game with people at a bar or other social occasion using matches.

### How To: Filter Potential Matches on Bumble

Despite Tinder's tremendous popularity, Bumble has carved out a billion-dollar business by focusing on women (they message first), simplicity (ice breakers less wordy than OkCupid), and relationships past romance (friends and prospective jobs). Now they're diving into customization, with filters that allow you to pore over prospective matches by height, religion, education, politics, and more.

### How To: Make your own water proof matches

How to make your own water proof matches

### How To: Get multiplayer achievements in Unreal Tournament 3

Check out this video tutorial on how to get many of the multiplayer achievements in Unreal Tournament III.

### How To: Build your own pub table and matching stools

This style of table is often only seen at restaurants, but you can easily build a set for your own home - a square, high-set pub table with four matching stools. A stylish addition to any kitchen or dining room.

### How To: Use present tense of Spanish AR verbs

In this video, we learn how to speak Spanish using present tense AR verbs. "Nosotros" means "we", "nosotras" means we as well, it's just talking about a female while the other is talking about a male. Common "ar" verbs include: necesitar, patinar, practicar, terminar, tocar, trabajar, nadar, hablar. These mean (in order): to need, to skate, to practice, to fish, to play, to work, to swim, and to talk. When you are talking about a male, female, or group of people you need to change the last pa...

### How To: Create a bluetooth device using a speakerphone

Systm is the Do It Yourself show designed for the common geek who wants to quickly and easily learn how to dive into the latest and hottest tech projects. We will help you avoid pitfalls and get your project up and running fast.

### How To: Perform a color changing quicksilver match magic trick

It's Magic 101. Can you mimic the master? This magic how-to video will show you the trick. Effect: Taking two matches from different matchbooks (one black, one brown), you cause them to visibly switch places...right under their eyes. It's demonic; it's the Quicksilver Matches.

### How To: Do match back trick with wood matches

This video shows you how to do the match back trick with wooden matches. The Street Magician shows you how to do this trick.

### How To: Light a match with your teeth

Did you know that it's possible to light a match simply by using your teeth? You can look like a total badass if you learn how to do this trick properly, although you might get burned in the process.

### How To: Propel a match with static electricity

Watch to learn a cool optic illusion in which it looks like a match is propelled by static electricity but is really flicked by the second match.

### How To: Use the INDEX & MATCH functions in Microsoft 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 45th installment in his "Highline Excel Class" series of free video Excel lessons, you'll learn how to use the INDEX & MATCH functions.

### How To: Use fit image in Photoshop

This tutorial will focus on how to use the fit image function within Adobe Photoshop. You will utilize this function when you want the pixel width to match between different sized photos in portrait and landscape. First you will select all the photos (you must create a batch action in Photoshop). Next select the fit image option in the file menu under automate. You will need to put the same number into length and width to constrain the proportions of your landscape and portrait photos have th...

### How To: Subtract fractions from a whole number

In order to subtract fractions from whole numbers you have to perform a few steps. First we have to borrow one from the whole number. So if you are subtracting 1/16 from 3, 3 becomes 2. Then you have to change the one you borrowed, so the 1 becomes 16 over 16 or 16/16 to match the common denominator in the fraction 1/16. So 16/16 - 1/16 = 15/16. Then you add the 2 that you had left after you borrowed the one from the whole number. The answer is 3 - 1/16 = 2 15/16.

### How To: Add fractions with like and unlike denominators

This video shows a tutorial of adding fractions. The first example shows a fraction that has like denominators so all you had to do is add the denominators. In the second example it shows two fractions that do not have like denominators. Therefore, you need to find the greatest common factor among the two denominators. Once this is found, you multiply the fraction on both the numerator and denominator to make both of the fractions match. Then all that is left is to add the numerators to finis...

### How To: Make a toga out of a sheet fast and easy

Need a girl toga fast and easy for that crazy party coming up? This tutorial will show you how to make a toga quickly using common materials. Taking a bed sheet, you will need to open it and hold it lengthwise, folding it in two. Then, taking two pins, measure out the distance between two shoulders and secure the pins at two locations on the bed sheet which more or less will match up with the location of your shoulders. Then simply slip the toga over your head for a quick and simple outfit to...

### How To: Balance forks and a match on a glass

Check out this magic trick tutorial video to learn how to balance two forks and a match on a glass cup! All you need to do is grab a cup, two forks, and a match. The plugs hang on a match. Practice this magic trick on your friends and soon you'll be teaching everyonw how to perform this quick and easy magic trick.

### How To: Flash the four most common types of Xbox 360 console disc drives

Do you want to be able to play games for free on your XBox 360? If you have some time and patience, hacking the console is probably the next step for you, and the first step in that is flashing your disc drive. This will delete it's native firmware, which does not recognize burned discs, allowing you to load your own custom firmware that does. This video series will teach you everything you need to know to flash each of the major types of disc drives used in the XBox 360, and have you well on...

### How To: Perform a trick with a nickel, cup, and match

Do you remember "The Heist" from episode 21? Well, the sequel is even more unfair than the original! Check out this video if you want to stump people with a trick called "The Heist II." For this trick, you need only a few simple supplies: a match, a cup, and a nickel.

### How To: Use Motion's match-moving capabilities

Special Case has this handy video tutorial on Motion… the motion graphics editor in Final Cut Studio. See how to use Motion's match-moving capabilities. The match-moving features are a great device to take advantage of, and is helpful for improving your Motion skills.

### How To: Find the greatest common factor, GCF

In this tutorial the instructor shows how to calculate the greatest common factor, or GCF. While computing greatest common factor, you are pulling out the smallest exponents of any common factors along with the factor. Finding the greatest common factor is similar to finding the least common multiple. When given any numbers to find the greatest common factor, the first step in the general procedure to be followed is to break each number down into its factors. You need to break down the number...

### How To: Perform a bar match trick to win a free drink

All you need is a match, two pint glasses and a quarter, and you'll be drinking free all night! Just follow the steps in this how-to video. The tricks win you goodwill, but the puzzles win you good beer!

### How To: Avoid common fashion faux-pas

Watch this video for a look at some common fashion mistakes that women make, and some suggestions for remedying them.

### How To: Create a sword and matching sheath in a 3-D animation program

This tutorial uses Cinema 4D, but the steps and concepts will work for any 3-D modeling program. By completing this tutorial, you will also learn many basics, as well as good practices, of 3-D modeling. Create a longsword with a matching sheath.

### How To: Do the Matching Mates beginner self-working card magic trick

Self-working card tricks are the easiest and most intuitive to perform, requiring no sleight of hand at all and relying instead on math. In this video you'll learn how to do Matching Mates, a beginner self-working card magic trick that will get your card magic up and running.

### How To: Use footwork and movement to win tennis matches

Tennis is much more tiring than players of other sports often give it credit for. A match is most often won by the more agile player. If you need to work on your footwork and movement to improve your tennis game, watch this video for drills that will help you do it.

### How To: Save money on food with CVS coupon match ups

This penny pincher's guide offers advice on how to take advantage of CVS coupon match ups to score free and near-free goods from CVS. While such savings require a little bit of legwork, the underyling process is simple enough that this tutorial can present an overview of it in just over six and a half minutes.

### How To: Light a match without a matchbook cover

When your matchbook cover is shot, you can still get a light from a match. Learn how to light a match on the bottom of a coffee mug. Fun survival skills when you have a match and no cover - the ceramic of the mug provides the friction necessary to light a match.

### How To: Make matches waterproof

Matches aren't going to do you any good once they get wet. Even in plastic, water can leak and ruin regular matches. Waterproof your matches, like in this how-to video. Then when you're camping our in the great outdoors, you won't be caught without a way to make a fire. Watch this video survival training tutorial and learn how to convert regular matches into waterproof ones.

### How To: Extend Your Bumble Matches at the Last Minute

On Bumble, you only have 24 hours to connect with a match. If no message is sent, your match disappears and your chance of a connection is gone, but that doesn't necessarily mean that the other person isn't interested. If they lose their phone or don't receive notifications, they might miss your message on accident. Life happens, so what can you do if your 24 hours to connect are almost up?

### How To: Win free drinks with two slick matchbox bar tricks from Scam School

Make some new bar friends (or enemies) and win yourself some free drinks with Scam School's two new tricks! All you'll need is a box of matches, a flat surface and a couple of willing bar folk to pull off this trick. Mmm, nothing tastes better than free beer!

### How To: Match exponential graphs

This video tutorial belongs to the Education category which is going to show you how to match exponential graphs. The video shows two graph sheets with three graphs marked A to F on each sheet and six equations. It starts off with matching the basic function, y = 2 to the power x. If you plug in zero for x, you get '2 to the power 0' which is 1. Hence, the equation becomes; y = 1. So, the graph that passes through y = 1 is the matching one. In the video it is graph A. You can watch the video ...

### How To: Match two lists 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 382nd installment in their series of digital spreadsheet magic tricks, you'll learn how to match values in lists and, where there are matches, take the second column from each table and put it in new table.

### How To: Make the best match rocket

In this video tutorial we learn how to make a match rocket. The author explains that match rockets are very easy to make and shoot very far. The first thing to do is to gather your materials. The material that you will need are two little pieces of aluminum fool, matches, two barbecue sticks, and to launch it you will need a paper clip and two pennies. The next step to do is to cut about 10 matches for your rocket from the packet of matches. The next step is to take your two barbecue sticks a...

### How To: Balance a chemical equation with ease

Learn how to balance the three different types of chemical equations in simple steps. First take an equation, write down its reactants and products and write down the names of all elements. Now write down how many of each element are present in the equation. Now check which element does not match, in this case the Oxygen doesn't match. Now multiply the element or compound starting at two but now hydrogen doesn't match. Try to match them by multiplying the coefficients but now sulfur doesn't m...

### How To: Suck a Hard-Boiled Egg into a Bottle with a Burning Match

Can you suck an egg into a bottle? Let's find out. For this quick science experiment, you will need an egg, a bottle, and matches. Simply drop a match in the bottle and place the hard-boiled egg on top and watch it get sucked in.

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