Posted by **FenixN** at June 10, 2016

DVD5 | NTSC 4:3 (720x480) VBR | MPEG2 ~1515 kbps | English: AC3, 192 kb/s (2 ch) | Duration: 3 hours

These Mental Math techniques can be applied to everyday situations such as mentally estimating a grocery bill, calculating the tip at a restaurant, and more.

Posted by **IrGens** at May 24, 2017

English | 2011 | ISBN: 1598039725 | MP3@128 kbps | 12x30 mins | 368 MB

Posted by **FenixN** at April 19, 2017

DVDRips | AVI/XviD, ~708 kb/s | 640x368 | Duration: 10:39:47 | English: MP3, 112 kb/s (2 ch) | 3.57 GB

Calculus 3 is considered by most to be a very difficult course to master in the realm of Calculus. This is because you will learn about many different topics, and each topic builds on the previous. If you don't understand something early on, the chances of "catching up" are drastically reduced as time goes on.

Posted by **FenixN** at April 19, 2017

DVDRips | AVI/XviD, ~684 kb/s | 640x368 | Duration: 10:12:06 | English: MP3, 112 kb/s (2 ch) | 3.94 GB

Calculus 3 is considered by most to be a very difficult course to master in the realm of Calculus. This is because you will learn about many different topics, and each topic builds on the previous. If you don't understand something early on, the chances of "catching up" are drastically reduced as time goes on.

Posted by **FenixN** at April 19, 2017

DVDRips | AVI/XviD, ~785 kb/s | 640x480 | Duration: 07:14:08 | English: MP3, 128 kb/s (2 ch) | 2.63 GB

Calculus can be an intimidating subject. For many students, even the name sounds intimidating. The truth is that Calculus is based on a few very powerful principles and once you fully understand those principles all of the additional topics naturally follow. Most Calculus textbooks begin the subject with a nauseating discussion of limits and then proceed to the introduction of a derivative which is one of the core topics in Calculus. This DVD series begins the discussion immediately with the concept of the derivative without any math at all and spends some time ensuring that this concept is solidified. Limits are used to explain the derivative via example problems beause that is how they are defined, but you will not be presented with endless lectures on abstract math topics that are not directly related to the core topics of Calculus. All of the other topics are taught in the very same manner, relying on the power of learning by working fully narrated example problems in a step-by-step fashion.

Posted by **nebulae** at July 16, 2016

English | ISBN: 0198702493 | 2015 | 384 pages | PDF | 4 MB

Posted by **IrGens** at Nov. 5, 2015

Course No. 1406 | .AVI, XviD, 713 kbps, 640x480 | English, MP3, 128 kbps, 2 Ch | 12x30 mins | + PDF Guidebook | 2.54 GB

Posted by **FenixN** at May 6, 2015

29xHDRip | WMV/WMV3, ~743 kb/s | 640x480 | Duration: 24:04:34 | English: WMA, 48 kb/s (1 ch) | 7.01 GB

Necessary and sufficient conditions for a weak and strong extremum. Legendre transformation, Hamiltonian systems. Constraints and Lagrange multipliers. Space-time problems with examples from elasticity, electromagnetics, and fluid mechanics. Sturm-Liouville problems. Approximate methods.

Posted by **FenixN** at April 21, 2015

38xHDRip | WMV/WMV3, ~459 kb/s | 640x480 | Duration: 31:38:33 | English: WMA, 32 kb/s (1 ch) | 6.59 GB

Emphasizes acquisition of solution techniques; illustrates ideas with specific example problems arising in science and engineering. Includes applications of vector differential calculus, complex variables; line-surface integrals; integral theorems; and Taylor and Laurent series, and contour integration. This is a Graduate level course.

Posted by **ParRus** at Oct. 3, 2014

12xDVDRip | English | AVI | 640 x 480 | XviD ~713 kbps | 29.970 fps

MP3 | 128 kbps | 48.0 KHz | 2 channels | 12 lectures of 30 minutes | 2.54 GB

MP3 | 128 kbps | 48.0 KHz | 2 channels | 12 lectures of 30 minutes | 2.54 GB

Quick: What's 25 × 45? How about 742 × 300? Or 4821 ÷ 9? Most of us, when faced with math problems like these, immediately reach for a calculator or a pen. But imagine if you could perform these and other seemingly difficult—but surprisingly easy—calculations right in your head. Seems like an impossible feat? It's not.