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How To: Automate Focus, Zoom & Exposure Changes in Filmic Pro for Smoother Pull Operations

There are many reasons to use Filmic Pro if you're a mobile videographer. Chief among them is its automated controls, called "pull-to-point" sliders. These pull-to-point controls not only allow you to manually adjust focus, zoom, exposure, ISO, and shutter speed before and during the action, they also let you set start and end points to automate each function, leaving you free to focus on filming.

How To: Solve equations with the order of operations

In mathematics, the order of operations define the priority in which complex equations are solved. The top priority is your parenthesis, then exponents, followed by multiplication and division, and finally addition and subtraction (PEMDAS). This video tutorial demonstrates the order of operation with various examples and explains the associated methodology. From Ramanujan to calculus co-creator Gottfried Leibniz, many of the world's best and brightest mathematical minds have belonged to autod...

How To: Follow the order of operations in basic mathematics

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 unpack and solve problems requiring use of multiple mathematical operators at once.

How To: Use the order of operations to evaluate expressions

Need help figuring out how to tackle complicated mathematical expressions? 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 use the or...

How To: Use boolean operations in Inkscape

In this software tutorial you will learn how to use boolean operations in Inkscape to combine or remove two shapes. Boolean operations are an important part of modeling in 2D or 3D and give you a way to make fast and accurate shapes. So watch and learn how to work with booleans in Inkscape.

How To: Apply order of operations in algebra

In algebra, "order of operations" essentially means solving first for exponents or roots, then multiplication, division, addition and subtraction. The steps for the order of operations also require attention to mathematical grouping symbols, such as parentheses and brackets. 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 footst...

How To: Find the order of operations with fractions & decimals

In this video, the instructor shows how to find the order of operations with fractions and decimals. If you have an equation with both fractions and decimals, you can convert the decimals to fractions, or fractions to decimals to have the entire equation in either decimals or fractions. In this video, the instructor shows how to do this in either way. To convert fractions to decimals, just divide the numerator with the denominator. This method cannot be used if the decimals are repeating deci...

How To: Do operations with radical expressions

Radical expressions are those in which the radical symbol (under root sign denoting the square root or the nth root) is present (either multiplied or added). Solving these is a bit tricky, but involves similar algebraic maneuvers in a different way.

How To: Solve operations on rational functions (f o g)(x)

YAYMATH In order to use rational functions in intermediate algebra, Robert Ahdoot begins by setting values to the functions f(x) and g(x). He then adds these functions together, with the equation (f+g)(x). After addition comes subtraction, using the equation (f-g)(x). And finally multiplication, which is (ftimesg)(x). This is a little more complicated, requiring distribution of a binomial across a polynomial, but it's clearly demonstrated and explained. This video explains what to do with add...

How To: Understand nth roots and operations on radicals

This video teaches us the concept of nth roots. The video starts with the square root of constants. We find the number which when multiplies by itself for two times results in the constant inside the square root. Then we find the square root of variables. Here again the same concept is used. We find the variable which when multiplied by itself for two times results in the given variable. Then we find the cube root. Here we find the number which when multiplied by itself for three times result...

How To: Use the order of operations in algebra

Are you looking for a simple math explanation on order of operations? Remember the following sentence: “Please excuse my dear aunt Sally.” What does this sentence have to do with math? The first letter of each word stands for an operation. “P” stands for parenthesis, “E” for exponents, “M” for multiplication, “D” for division, “A” for addition, and “S” stands for subtraction.

News: Basic Math Operations

It was brought up a while back in a Community Call to Arms that *math* is handy for encryption (and let's face it, everything) so let us go over things you just have to know. "In its simplest meaning in mathematics and logic, an operation is an action or procedure which produces a new value from one or more input values."[source]

How To: Play slash chords on the piano

This video shows how to play the slash chords on the piano. The first step describes how to play the c chord with the right hand and how to play the Enote on the bass with the left hand. The person explains the C/E operations with both the hands is the second step. The third step explained is about Am/g notes. The person gives the final touch by words. The camera is focused on the piano chords and on the person as required. The person used both right hand and left hand to explain how to play ...

How To: Use the Undo, History & Revert tools in Photoshop

The safety-net trio of Undo, History, and Revert protect the intrepid image editor from unexpected disasters. But they also let you toggle operations, compare before-and-after images, and move back and forth through time. Whether you're new to Adobe's popular raster graphics editing software or a seasoned professional just looking to better acquaint yourself with the program and its various features and filters, you're sure to be well served by this video tutorial. For more information, inclu...

How To: Read, write, and delete cookies in ASP.Net

In this video tutorial, Chris Pels will show how to read, write, and delete cookies in an ASP.NET application. First, learn the basic operations for manipulating cookies. Then learn approaches to storing multiple values in a single cookie using name-value pairs called subkeys. Next, learn how to limit the scope of cookies to a particular application domain or folder. See how to modify values and expiration dates in existing cookies and how to delete an existing cookie. In addition, several co...

How To: Work with decimal numbers in prealgebra

You can do simple decimal calculation with out using a calculator once you understand the basic concept of decimals. In decimal equations when you have various operations between decimal numbers, you have to go by the order of operations in simplifying it. The order of operations states that you have to first divide, then multiply and at last add or subtract the remaining terms. You have to work the operations from left to right. Use a calculator only when you are required to multiply or divi...

How To: Intersect models in Google SketchUp

Did you know you can intersect models when working in Google SketchUp? If you didn't, that's because the intersection tool is only available from the contexts menu. This SketchUp tutorial will show you how to find the tool and use it to intersect SketchUp objects. These operations are similar to boolean operations you'll find in other 3D modeling softwares.

How To: Multiply and divide three rational expressions

In this video, the instructor shows how to multiply and divide rational expressions. To solve a rational expression that contains many terms, solve step by step by following the order of operations. Order of operations advises one to work the parenthesis part first; so solve the equation inside the parenthesis first. If you have a fraction multiplied by another fraction, first factorize the numerator and denominator of both the fractions. Cancel out any common factors simplifying it. In case ...

How To: Use a horizontal router table in woodworking

Eagle Lake Woodworking, hosted by John Nixon, offers great do-it-yourself guides for building your own furniture, especially in the American Arts and Crafts style, and turning your garage into an amateur woodshop. Search Eagle Lake on WonderHowTo for more carpentry tutorial videos. From Eagle Lake Woodworking on this specific lesson:

How To: Build and use array formulas 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 36th installment in his "Highline Excel Class" series of free video Excel lessons, you'll learn most everything there is to know about working with array formulas in Microsoft Excel.

How To: Solve equations with algebraic variables on both sides

In basic algebraic equations all the variables are on left side of the equation. But as the complexity of the problems increases you will find that the equations will contain variables on both sides of the equation. To solve these kinds of problems first simplify the equations on each side of the equation. You can use the distributive law to do this. Next try to cancel the variable on the right side of equation by adding the negative value of that variable to both the sides of the equation. N...

How To: Keep the ground crew safe around helicopter loads

This video tutorial program is designed to promote ground crew safety when working under and around helicopters during external load operations. This is not a safety-training and is only intended to be used with the participation of a ground crew safety officer, trainer or other qualified personnel. All training and refresher courses must be done in accordance with federal and provincial regulations and the Canada Labour Code.

How To: Model from the shelf in Houdini

This Houdini 9 tutorial teaches you how to work with the shelf tools. There are shelves for all the areas of Houdini from modeling to dynamics, to animating and particles. This particular tutorial shows you how to use the viewport and shelf tools to model within Houdini 9 and work with surface operations (SOPS).

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