# Prefixes Search Results

### How To: Use metrix prefixes in pre-algebra

Lawrence Perez, from Saddleback College, and his assistant Charlie, give this pre-algebra lesson on metric prefixes. There's kilo, and deci, and centi, and well, you get the picture.

### How To: Master SCRABBLE & Win Every Game

SCRABBLE. To some it's just a game, but to me it's life or death. Well, not really, but it feels that way anyway. On a normal weekend, a game becomes much like Jon Thomas' "friendly game of death Scrabble."

### How To: Dominate the New York Times Crossword Puzzle

First off, don't be frustrated. YOU CAN DO IT! Contrary to the message in the image above, it's NOT over. It's just beginning. And when it comes to solving the New York Times crossword puzzle, the old cliche does apply: practice makes perfect.

### How To: Rename groups of files from the command line

The Linux command shell provides a very powerful interface for doing various system tasks. This video explains with an example, how to use a bit of programming techniques to batch rename files with similar naming conventions.

### How To: Convert between metric units

Do you find yourself annoyed with converting between different metric units? If so, this is the tutorial that you need. This video teaches you how to convert between the metric units as well as the reasoning behind the conversion. By the end of the video, you will be able to convert any measurement in the metric system within seconds. By teaching you the prefixes of the metric system, you can also gain the ability to convert metric units in seconds and no longer fear this measuring system again.

### How To: Translate Foreign Text Live in Real Time Using Your Smartphone

Early last year, Google purchased Quest Visual, acquiring the immensely popular augmented reality translator app Word Lens in the process. While Google did put the feature on the Google Glass, they spoke more about implementing Word Lens into their Translate app sometime in the future.

### How To: Understanding Signature Schemes: How Data Sources Are Authenticated, Secured, & Spoofed

One of the biggest problems in data security is authentication of data and its source. How can Alice be certain that the executable in her inbox is from the venerable Bob, and not from the not-so-venerable Oscar? Clearly Alice wants to know because if this file is actually sent to her by Oscar, the file might not be a game, but a trojan that can do anything on her computer such as sift through her email and passwords, upload her honeymoon pictures, or even turn on microphones and webcams. Thi...

### How To: 3 Reasons Why You Need iOS 14.5's New Privacy Features on Your iPhone

Many of us choose to use an iPhone — as well as other devices in the Apple ecosystem — because of the company's dedication to user privacy and security. If you need more proof of that commitment, look no further than iOS 14.5, released April 26, which adds new tools to protect our data while browsing the web and more control over the data installed apps collect on us.

### How To: 69 Cool New iOS 14.5 Features for iPhone You Need to Check Out Right Now

Your iPhone is full of features, many of which you might not even know about yet. Still, Apple keeps adding feature after feature with each new iOS update, and iOS 14.5 is no exception. The latest iOS version adds at least 69 features for your iPhone that you should be happy about.

### How To: Use Microsoft Outlook

In this Microsoft Outlook video tutorial, learn how to use Microsoft Outlook from systems administrator and MS Outlook expert Gary Zier. Gary will teach you Microsoft Outlook techniques such as how to permanently delete items in MS Outlook, how to selectively send read receipts in Outlook, how to prevent multiple prefixes in emails, how to create and save searches in Microsoft Outlook, how to configure the desktop alert in Outlook, how to print select pages from an email, and how to create cu...

### How To: Beef Up Your Medical Skills and Become a Better Doctor with 6 Great iPhone Apps

Think you have what it takes to amputate your own arm? What about somebody else's foot? Now, thanks to the wide array of mobile apps available from the iTunes App Store, you might not need to attend medical school to perform a tracheostomy.

### How To: Write a Wedding Invitation

How to Write a Wedding Invitation The wording you use for your wedding invitation is very important. Follow these steps to help ensure that your invite is as formal as the big day.

### Scrabble Challenge #1: Double Bingos, Trivia and Common Letter Groupings

To make things a little more fun here on Scrabble World, I've decided to start a weekly feature for word freaks to ponder about it... a challenge. No, I'm not 'challenging' any of your words... I'm challenging your brains. See if you can figure some of these Scrabble puzzles out. You can print this page or hand write the questions out to play at home (or wherever).

### News: New to Google+? 12 Tips to Master the Basics & Get You Addicted

You've finally got an invite into Google+. Now what? At first glance, things can be a bit overwhelming. We've got some great tips to help you get started.

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