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How To: Compare fractions

A short video teaching you how to compare fractions. Starting with two fraction like three fourths and two over twelve. You cross multiply the denominator or the bottom number of three fourths which is 4 with the numerator or the top number of the second fraction which is 2. So the 8 that you come up with goes under the two twelfths. Now you do the same for the two fraction this time multiplying the denominator 12 with the numerator 3 coming up with 36. So now you have 36 under three fourths ...

How To: Tie a scarf using four versatile looks

Wendy Woods from The Refinery teaches you different ways to tie a scarf. The three things to consider when buying a scarf are: size/shape, fabric, and pattern. First style: Fold scarf in half, put around your neck, pull ends through the loop, pull to the side and fluff out ends. Second style: Wrap scarf around neck (with right side twice as long as left), cross long side over short and pull up through loop, pull short side down until tight, pull to the side and fluff out. Third style: Wrap sc...

How To: Turn four queens in to aces magic trick

This is a slight of hand magic trick. You show four cards. The top card is a Queen of Spades. Place the Queen of Spades on the table. The bottom card is a Queen of Hearts. Shake the cards. The four cards are now Aces. To do this trick, you need a gimmick card. Use double stick tape to attach the Ace and Queen together. Then, you have another Queen and three Aces. Put double stick tape on back of Queen. Now, you have Ace, Ace, Queen, Ace. Put double stick tape in the middle of Queen of Hearts....

How To: Simply read a binary clock

Sydus 93 teaches You Tubers how to read a binary clock by demonstrating the following process: A binary clock is made up of four rows and six columns of colored or uncolored dots. The rows, from bottom to top, represent the numbers one, two, four and eight. From left to right, columns one and two represent hours, three and four minutes and five and six are seconds. In order to tell time using the binary clock, begin at the left of your chart and simply determine which dots are filled in and a...

How To: Write "tree" in Japanese

If you have ever wanted to learn Japanese or even just a few words in the language then this video is perfect for you to begin with. This video will show you how to write the word "tree" in Japanese in a fun creative way. The video takes a picture of an actual tree and redesigns it to become the word tree, but if you want to just learn how to write the word on it's own then a grab a piece of paper, pen and begin with making a horizontal stroke. Next, make a vertical line through the horizonta...

How To: Use the T.C. manual lever on a 2010 Toyota 4Runner

How to use the Transfer Case manual lever on a 2010 Toyota 4Runner with a few easy steps: The manual transfer case offers three drive modes: two wheel drive high range, four wheel drive high range, and four wheel drive low range. Shift the transfer case from the two wheel drive high to four wheel drive high while in motion. To shift from four wheel drive high to four wheel drive low, come to a complete stop, shift the transmission into neutral and move the transfer case lever to the four whee...

How To: Create a 4x4 tri-fold mini album

This video explains how to create a 4z4 tri-fold mini album. The first step is to score your designer paper at four inches and then fold along the score mark. The previous step is completed three more times until you have four score marks along your paper. Three separate pieces of paper are then cut measured at three and half inches. Your chosen picture is then glued into the center of your original twelve inch panel. using the three individual pieces of paper you must glue them around the pi...

How To: Play "Detroit Rock City" by KISS on electric guitar

In this video, we learn how to play "Detroit Rock City" by KISS on electric guitar. Start out with Eb, Bb, Gb, Db, Ab, and Eb. Pull of the first fret and go to the second, then do this over four times. Once you have finished this, do it over three more times until you reach the end. Now, you will place your fingers on the fourth string fourth fret, then do these chords over again three more times. There will be another guitar playing Eb, Bb, Gb, Db, Ab, and Eb as you continue on playing this,...

How To: Use number patterns in math

In this video the instructor shows how to identify patterns in numbers, figures, letters. When given a pattern like 1, 2, 4, 7 try to find the change in each of the successive numbers in the pattern. If you observe carefully you will notice that the difference of the second and first number is one. Similarly the difference of the third and second number is two and this pattern keeps repeating. So this pattern is generated by taking 1 and adding 1 to it. To the next number add 2 to get the thi...

How To: Choose cheeses

Master cheesemonger Steven Jenkins gives a quick primer on putting together a selection of cheeses. Stop at four cheeses: "To serve more than three or four cheeses at a time is an insult to all the other ones that you've chosen."

How To: Cook orange-flavored cod with only three ingredients

Well, with a title like "orange-flavored cod," you've probably already figured out two of the three ingredients for the flavorful fishy meal, which are oranges (four navel oranges) and cod (four cod fillets). What is the last ingredient to this simple Woman's Day Magazine meal? One cup of thinly sliced red onions. See how easy it is!

How To: Understand music accents

Join David Yzhaki as he makes learning piano music fundamentals fast and easy. In classical music, a measure that is in four four time (four quarter notes get the pulse) the first beat and third beat are naturally more accented than the second and fourth. Jazz, reggae, and pop music are entirely opposite because the natural accents occur on the second and fourth beat of each measure. Another type of accent is called a melodic accent. This happens when a note is accented because of its higher ...

How To: Master Newton's third law of motion with NASA

Learn everything you need to know about Newton's third law of motion from none other than NASA. The National Aeronautics and Space Administration is the United States government's most infamous agency and powerhouse of space exploration. Why wouldn't you want to learn Newton's laws of motion from them?

How To: Play a basic harmonica blues scale

Guitar Man demonstrates how to play a basic harmonica blues scale and how to bend a note on a harmonica. Playing a harmonica blues scale is really simple. You can play the blues scale with any G instrument. The blues scale is three blow, three blow, three inhale or suck, four blow, four suck, five suck and six blow. Then repeat the pattern in descending order. Follow the pattern to pick up blues harmonica really quickly. Practice the blues scale pattern and you'll eventually be able to improv...

How To: Make four kinds of friendship bracelets

Looking to master the art of friendship bracelet making? In this tutorial video, Sherr Bear goes over four different kinds of friendship bracelets, and then goes on to teach the most simple kind, what she calls the "spiral" also known as the "Chinese Stiarcase". Materials you will need include scissors and three to five different colors of string (or what is sometimes called "floss" at stores).

How To: Use 3 point lighting to light your videos like pros

Three point lighting is the key to MAKING videos look professional. Tom Skowronski, the associate editor of Videomaker, guides us through the process of three point lighting. Three point lighting involves the use of three types of light to create a professional appearance when video taping. First, a key light is used to provide bright illumination of the subject. Then, a fill light cleans up the dark areas on the face. Lastly, a backlight fills serves to separate the subject from the background.

How To: Hold a recorder properly with Mrs. Hill

In this Music & Instruments video tutorial you are going to learn how to hold a recorder properly with Mrs. Hill. The bottom part of the recorder has one thumb hole at the back and seven holes on the front side. The thumb of the left hand goes on the thumb hole and the top three fingers of the left hand go on the top three holes on front side of the recorder. The other four holes are covered by the four fingers of the right hand and the right thumb goes behind the recorder. The fingers should...

How To: Understand adding and subtracting fractions

The video creator attempts to teach us how to add and subtract fraction. He goes very slowly and assumes that the viewer only has a very basic knowledge of math. He starts with a division of a pie. If we were to divide a pie into four pieces, you would get four pieces of a pie. If I ate one, there would only be three fourths of the pie left. He uses this basis in order to explain this mathematically.

How To: Mix a (Thermos-Sized) Gin Sidecar

Hilah from Hilah Cooking mixes up a large gin sidecar, big enough for a thermos. The ingredients include two thirds of a cup of fresh lemon juice, two thirds of a cup of gin, and two thirds of a cup orange flavored liqueur. She squeezes the juice of four whole lemons for two thirds of a cup of juice. Then she pours the ingredients in a shaker that has already been filled with ice, and shakes vigorously to mix and chill the drink. She also pre-chills the thermos with ice. After removing the ic...

How To: Draw manga eyes four different ways

In this video, Mark Crilley presents viewers with four ways to draw anime eyes. The first set of eyes has an intense look to the them, with the face tilted slightly while the eyes are staring at the viewer. Eyebrows are added in a sloping manner in order to create a more dramatic effect and drawing attention to the eyes. The next set of eyes are more hexagonal in shape and look downwards while wide open, creating more of a surprised expression. Thick eyebrows framing the eyes also bring atten...

How To: Draw a muscular devil or demon

Learn how to draw a muscular devil or demon in this four-part drawing tutorial. Hosted by artist Wayne Tully, start from scratch in part one, then go into detail with draker pencil lines in part two. In part three, a laborous arm is finished getting the drawing ready for inking which is done in part four. Polish your evil demon & muscle drawing skills with help & inspiration from this series of four videos.

How To: Create a progressive house synth in Reason 4.0

In this tutorial, we learn how to create a progressive house synth in Reason 4.0. Start with the mixer and add use the combinator. Right click, then create a polysonic synthesizer. Bring it down to four and then click the "show programmer" button. Select one, two, and three and then make sure your octave is four. Bring up the octave on the second so it's five. For the third oscilator, make it analog and make it a sign wave. This octave will go down one so you get some bass. Go to the mixer an...

How To: Play "Stuck on You" by Lionel Richie on ukulele

In the left side of your screen you can see the brown color bar which shows the different strings sections of the Uke Player. When a particular note has to be played that shall also be displayed by blue buttons on the screen. You have to watch these blue buttons and then follow it to pull the strings on your Uke Player. First you have to pull the second section of second string, third section of the third string and the second section of the fourth string. In the next note you have to pull th...

How To: Make a flat circle using double crochet

In this tutorial, we learn how to make a flat circle using double crochet. To start, you will begin with twelve double crochets in a ring shape. For the second round, you will increase in every double crochet until you have twenty-four. Next, you will increase every other double crochet until you have thirty-six double crochets. For round four, you will make two double crochets between increases until you have fourty-eight double crochets. For the last round, you will make three double croche...

How To: Walkthrough Epic Quest - Map 1-4 (Main Bosses)

This video provides a demonstration of how to beat the bosses of maps one through four of Epic Quest. The video game is an arcade style fighter where you lead teams of three creatures into battle. The first boss is a solitary enemy, easily taken down. The boss pair on map two is only slightly more challenging. The three squid creatures on map three are easily taken down, if you are level 31. On map four, you should be more careful. This boss team requires the use of several potions and healin...

How To: Understand special quadrilaterals

In this tutorial, we learn how to understand special quadrilaterals. A quadrilateral is a shape with four sides. Three figures of these are: kites, parallelograms, and trapezoids. Two types of parallelograms are the rhombus and the rectangle. Rectangles have four right angles. A square is also a parallelogram, which has four right angles and two congruent sides. A square is always a rhombus a parallelogram is always a quadrilateral and a kite is always a quadrilateral. The parallelogram is so...

How To: Use four way switches easily at home

If you are in a situation where you need more than one switch to turn on and off a light, then this video may help. In this tutorial, you find out how to use four way swtiches easily at your home. The video shows the internal workings of a four way switch and how it can work with the three way swtich method. It's a great way to turn off one set of lights in multiple areas. Enjoy!

How To: Easily make a scrapbook shaker box

Cut a square or rectangle card. Similarly make another one but a square hole in the middle. Cut a square of page protector exactly same size of the card and paste it on the back side of the card with the hole using a glue or tape. Now paste a journaling or note you made to the middle of the card without the hole using glue. Place mounting tape on all four back sides of the card with the page protector. Now remove the outside of the mounting tape on three sides, not four. Place the card with j...

How To: Hack a Vending Machine for Change

This video demonstrates a way to hack a vending machine for change. First, you should press the top selection button four times, and then press the very last button three times. Then, hold the fourth button from the top and press the last button once more. If done correctly, the vending machine will return four quarters (one dollar) in change. This video may be helpful for people who want to hack a vending machine or who need some quick change.

How To: Make a flat circle using single crochet

In this video, we learn how to make a flat circle using single crochet. Start out by crocheting six single crochets into a ring for round one. For round two, you will increase in every single crochets so you have twelve of them. For round three, you will increase with every other single crochet doing one single crochet in between the creases. do this for a total of eighteen. Then, make two single crochets between the increases and you will have twenty-four. On the last row, you will make thre...

How To: Play a Bo Diddley beat on the ukulele

This how to video shows you how to play the Bo Diddley beat on a ukulele. You will need a tuned ukulele and basic knowledge of chords to do this. First, form a D chord. That is, place your fingers so that the first string first fret, second string first fret, third string second fret, and fourth string third fret are pressed. Use your right hand go up and down. Do not place your fingers all the way on to the fret. Only press down at the right times to create the beat. You will be making muted...

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