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How To: Spider in water polo

Spidering enables you to maintain a position of power, where you can pass, shoot or move quickly. Spidering is the position where one hand is sculling, and both legs are doing eggbeaters. This is a standard water polo position for both attack and defense.

How To: Make a compass floating in a glass of water

Check out this instructional science video to learn how to make a compass floating in glass of water. You will need a sewing needle, a standard refrigerator magnet, and a piece of toilet paper. Nestle the needle into the toilet paper and place it into a glass of water. The toilet paper will absorb the water and inevitably sink, but the needle will become an instant compass pointing north and south without fail. Have fun with this science experiment with the kids by playing with the magnet.

How To: Replace washing machine hoses & why

This video explains to the viewer the advantages of replacing washing machine hoses. As well as, rather more importantly, explaining how to complete the process. According to the creator the rubber hoses that are standard to most washing machines are subjected to high pressure water for many years. As they are only made of rubber they are apt to break and start leaking. This can cause many thousands of dollars worth of water damage. The creator recommends replacing the rubber pipes with reinf...

News: What the Pixel 2's New IP67 Water-Resistance Rating Really Means

Not to be outdone by Apple and it's new line of flagship phones, Google has followed suit and finally announced the followup to their highly regarded Pixel line of handsets — the aptly named Pixel 2. Thankfully, the tech giant has also joined in on the trend towards more durable devices, and has engineered both the Pixel 2 and Pixel 2 XL to have a rating of IP67 under the IEC standard 60529.

News: The iPhone XS & XS Max Are IP68 Water-Resistant — Here's What That Really Means

They're finally here. Apple announced three new iPhone models at their "Gather Round" event in Cupertino, and they're all absolutely gorgeous phones. With bezel-less screens and polished titanium edges, the iPhone XS, XS Max, and XR are truly marvels of engineering — but perhaps the most impressive design feat Apple pulled off is the fact that two of these models are rated IP68 under the IEC standard 60529.

How To: Sail a kite wing on snow or ice

This is a kitewing sailing complete instructional video. This kite is set up to fly on snow and ice. Kites can be used to kite surf, windsurf, and kiteboard on sand, dirt or water. This is not a standard kite like that in windsurfing or kiteboarding, but closer to the hang gliding style.

How To: Make a cool water elevator in Minecraft

The possibilities of Minecraft are absolutely endless! If you're looking for a fast way to get to the surface from your mine, or are looking for a cooler form of transportation than your standard minecart ride, check out this video on how to build your own automated water elevator! You will get a full tutorial on how to build the structure and get it flowing! Get it? Flowing? No? Oh well...

How To: Polish your boots to ROTC standards

In this tutorial, we learn how to polish your boots to ROTC standards. You will need: Kiwi black shoe polish, scissors, and an old t-shirt or cloth. First, take your scissors and cut out a section of the t-shirt to make it the size of a wash cloth. Next, rub some shoe polish onto the cloth after flattening it and wrapping it around your index finger. Now, place your shoe on the table next to you and start to shine it over the entire shoe. Make sure you dip the cloth in water before and after ...

News: The Galaxy S10 Is IP68 Water-Resistant — Here's What That Really Means

When it comes to resistance to the elements, Samsung seems to believe in the old saying "if it ain't broke, don't fix it." They've carried over the IP68 rating under IEC 60529 that was first found on the S8 all the way to their tenth-anniversary flagship, the Galaxy S10. While this certainly sounds great on paper, it's natural to want to dig a little deeper and find out what the rating means.

How To: Choose a snorkel

YouTube user Leisurpro is here to talk to you about the different kinds of snorkels. Snorkels are an essential tool to snorkeling and scuba diving. So which snorkel is good for you? Well, first we have the children's snorkel which we want to make sure that it's not to overwhelming for the individual using it you also want to make sure that the mouth piece is not to big for the child, keep in mind that some children will be big enough to use adult snorkels. A semi-dry snorkel will have a canop...

How To: Tie the gulper special when fly fishing

A parachute-style dry fly has several advantages over a standard hackled dry fly. The parachute name comes from the fly's propensity for soft, upright landings that don't spook trout. The body of the fly rides lower the surface film like a real mayfly and some people find the parachute wing is easier to see. Another important quality is that because the hackle rests horizontally on the water, parachute flies float well and also imitate mayfly spinners laying flush in the water, as well as dun...

How To: Execute the classic "oil and water" card trick

Got a deck of standard playing cards? Looking for your next great illusion? Look no further. In this free video magic lesson from YouTube user experthowto, you'll learn how to perform the classic "million dollar" card trick. For more information, including a step-by-step breakdown of the trick, watch this prestidigitator's guide.

How To: Work with Standard Materials in 3ds Max

In this how to video, you will learn how to work with standard materials in 3D Studio Max. The material editor is found by clicking the multicolored button to the right. You can see sample spheres where you can see examples of materials. Below, you can see surface properties such as shaders and ambient colors. You can select the type of material to be applied here. You can select the standard material to get familiar with it. First, decide the shaders. Blend is the default shader, although th...

How To: Celebrate the 8 days of Hanukkah with the standard Jewish traditions

If you don't know exactly what goes on during Hanukkah, this series of videos will set you straight. Hanukkah is the most recognized Jewish holiday, right around Christmastime, and Chaim from Maoz Israel is going to show you some traditional customs that are performed during the eight days of Hanukkah 2010. Learn about the menorah, sufgaiyots, the mysterious dreidel and the traditional Chanukah songs.

How To: Use the Empirical Rule w/ standard normal distribution

In this video tutorial the instructor explains about the concepts of standard normal distribution and the empirical rule and how to use it to solve an exercise. He starts by explaining about standard normal deviation saying that in a standard normal deviation the value of mean is zero and the value of standard deviation is one. Now he draws the standard normal deviation by drawing a bell curve on an axis. Now he points the mean and standard deviations on it. Now using these concepts he goes o...

How To: Shoot in water polo

Shooting in water polo is a basic skill for attackers. Water polo shot requires good height out of the water, arm position, shoulder rotation, and head stall. Shot strategy is important to building your water polo game. Concentrate on improving your rotation to follow through and speed up the shot. This is an attack focused water polo drill.

News: The Galaxy S9 Is IP68 Water-Resistant — Here's What That Really Means

The day has finally arrived — Samsung has unveiled the Galaxy S9 and S9+. Apart from minor upgrades, the two might not appear to be much different from last year's S8 and S8+, but that's not necessarily a bad thing. One feature that hasn't changed is the Galaxy's IP68 water-resistance rating. That's a great score, but it begs the question — what does that number really mean?

How To: Calculate sums in standard form

When a number is expressed in the form of x multiplied by 10^y such that, x < 10 and y is an integer, the number is said to be in standard form. Standard form of expressing numbers finds its use in scientific and statistical fields. This video demostrates how to express, as well as perform basic mathematical operations namely, addition/subtraction, multiplication and division of numbers in the standard form using four examples/mathematical problems. The first two examples demostrate multiplic...

How To: Know standard deviation in your financial portfoli

In this tutorial, we learn how to know what standard deviation is in your portfolio. Standard deviation is the amount of risk you have inside your portfolio, this will show you how much fluctuation you have in your portfolio. Depending on the expected return of your portfolio over an amount of time, you could have a different range of standard deviation. Knowing what your standard deviation can help you do the math to see what your chances of a return or loss will be for certain. This will he...

How To: Convert numbers in and out of standard form

In this video, we learn how to convert numbers in and out of standard form. Standard form is a useful way of writing down very large numbers and very small numbers. To do this, you will look at the number you have and ignore the zeros that are just at the end. Then, write down the basic numbers. Put a decimal point in this number to make it between one and ten. Now, write down x 10 and put the power for how many places the decimal point moved to get to the new number. This will help you write...

How To: Activate Microsoft Office standard 2007 with key

Chances are if you've used a computer in the last decade or so, you've probably used Microsoft Office at some point. Activating Microsoft Office standard 2007 will give you access to functions you might not have even known existed that can increase your productivity and improve your work flow. This video will show you to activate Microsoft Office standard 2007.

How To: Bleach an upper lip mustache

This tutorial teaches you how to bleach an upper lip. The presenter is a young woman. She starts by demonstrating all of the items needed for the process (most of which are contained in a standard kit): bleach kit, plate, spatula, bleach and accelerator). Next she shows one how to put accelerator on the plate using the spatula. Then she adds the bleach and mixes it well. The proportion of bleach to accelerator is 2:1. Next she applies the mixture to her upper lip and along the sides of her mo...

How To: Calculate standard deviation

Looking to find the standard deviation of your set of values? Standard deviation quantifies how diverse the values of your data set are, and is useful in determining how different your numbers are from each other.

How To: Make a paper shotgun that really shoots

There's paper guns, and then there's paper shotguns. It's more powerful than your standard paper gun, and more pleasing to the eye. Watch all six parts of this tutorial to see how the paper shotgun is made, then watch the seventh and last video to watch it in action, shooting a water bottle down.

How To: Protect the ball in water polo

Protecting the ball in water polo is key to playing a solid game. This water polo instructional includes many drills designed to improve 1-1 play. It includes tips for both the water polo defense and attacker on how to protect the ball in play. This also refers to TV clips of league and pro games to connect it to actual game play.

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