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James Smithson's legacy to the United States created the world's largest museum and research complex, yet he never visited this country during his lifetime. Almost as mysterious as his motives and intentions for the institution he founded was the man himself. The story of James Smithson's life is sketchy, but it is known that he was born in 1765, the illegitimate son of Hugh Smithson and Elizabeth Macie. After he earned a master of arts degree from Pembroke College, Oxford, he embarked on a life of scientific research, ultimately publishing 27 papers on chemistry, geology, and mineralogy. His topics ranged from a chemical analysis of calamines to an improved method of making coffee. James Smithson died in Genoa, Italy, in 1829, and the wealth he had inherited from his mother passed to his nephew. Because his nephew died without heirs, the estate went to the US government, as Smithson had specified in his will. When the Genoa cemetery was to be relocated in 1904, Alexander Graham Bell, then a Regent of the Smithsonian, traveled to Italy to retrieve Smithson's remains and bring them here to rest, in a room specially reconfigured in the building where the Smithsonian Institution had its beginning.
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So I couldn't resist subjecting this tiny regents-chemistry-loving bug to an experiment- how long would it take the bug to find the exit? Do bugs this small use any form of reasoning to leave perilous situations or do they just run about randomly in an instinctual response to being penned in? As hard as it might be to get into the neural circuitry of a bug, I think this video shows that the lil bug ain't thinkin' much. But tell us if you disagree! -unsem
Saved from the monotony of chemistry regents prep homework by a really tiny bug. It eventually discovered that it could leap several times its body length to escape the impenetrable fence of pen ink. -unsem
My 11th grade year was made hell my this subject. This was how I spent my time venting, and prepping for the regents.
A montage of some of the very many spectacular experiments we conducted during the Entry Level Science course this year. Enjoy!
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If you want to know how to pass the chemistry regents listen to this rap we wrote now Protons are positivley charged Nuetrons have no charge Electrons are small and negitivley charged Isotopes are atoms with equal number of protons Anions are regular ions and form when a nuetral atoms gains electrons Ernest Rutherford JJ Thompson Dalton and the Bohr model you should know them Mole is just a number 22.4 Liters and 6.02x10 raised to the 23 Synthesis is combining , decomp is breaking Single ...
The Bohr Model consists of a large nucleus in the center, which contains protons and neutrons. Around it are electrons, much smaller in reality compared to the nucleus. They go around in orbitals, like the solar system. With 1 electron, the atom is hydrogen, with 2, it is a noble gas, helium, with a full first orbital. Adding another electron will bring it to the second orbital. Lithium.
before them, they took their queue Movin on to this dude JJ (Thompson!) His new theories were kinda OK. His theory was about the pudding of plum, This theory proved to be much less dumb. Positive and negative equally distributed Pudding and plums, respectively attributed He found those electrons, negatively charged, To this assumption, atomic theory was enlarged. Rutherford is the next guy on this list His points were clear where others had missed. His atom had a strong, dense, and ...
Algebraically manipulating an equation to solve for a given variable, in this case, solving the volume of a sphere for r in terms of V.
Solving a linear inequality algebraically and visualizing its solution graphically.
Finding the area of a parallelogram given its base and one of its sides. I side-stepped using trigonometry directly here by using properties of equilateral triangles and a bit of geometry.
Solving a problem involving bacteria growth. Exponential growth, powers of two.
Evaluating a sum of a trig function written in summation (sigma) notation.
Solving and graphing absolute value inequalites.
An explanation of why the following formula works: x^2 + (- sum of roots)x + (product of roots) This involves some algebra using the quadratic equation, product of square roots, and some fractions with multiple variables.
NY Regents Math B released exam January 2009. A rectangle with a diagonal and an altitude which requires us to draw three similar triangles and identify similarity relationships.
NY Regents Math B released exam January 2009. The sum and product of the roots of a quadratic equation. I solve this problem another way here: www.youtube.com
NY Regents Math B released exam January 2009. Knowing the graphs and equations of a hyperbola, parabola, circle, and ellipse. (the conic functions). Domain, range, of an real-world function.
NY Regents Math B released exam January 2009. Determining if a relation is a function, and determining if its inverse is a function. Problem involving trig function definitions. (cos, sec, csc, tan, cot, sin) Adding and subtracting complex numbers.
NY Regents Math B released exam January 2009. Finding the arc sin of an angle using triangles and the unit circle. Finding the equation of a circle given its center. (Involving translating the circle and knowing how those translations look in the equation.) A word problem where you have to set up an inverse relationship between two variables, solve for a constant, then solve for one of the variables given the other.
NY Regents Math B released exam January 2009. Intersecting chords of a circle. Composition of linear functions. Central angle, arc, circumference, and radians.
NY Regents Math B released exam January 2009. Multiple solutions to an interesting word problem involving finding the vertex of a parabola.
NY Regents Math B released exam January 2009. Quadratic inequalities. Taking large powers of imaginary numbers. Translating a function.
NY Regents Math B released exam January 2009. Parabolas and reflection about the y-axis. Rationalizing the denominator. Combinatorics and counting.
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Please excuse the bad quality, view in HQ! Rude comments will be deleted. SO AFTER MATH B REGENTS :D I was freaking hungry, so I decided to make a cooking video to make up for my other lame cooking videos 8'D. That instant ramen thing was like less than 65¢ D: but it was good - reminded me of when I used to have those kinds as a kid. YEAH, I hope it was helpful, in ways... and I forgot what else to write in here xD;. Thanks for watching. ... Katekyo Hitman REBORN! Bianchi Cosplay How to make ...
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