# Best Damn Tutoring

• ### Fourier Series Part 1

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And you absolutely must see this graphed with your calculator. Make sure you're in radian mode:
f(x) = 4/(pi)*sin(x) + 4/(3pi)*sin(3x) + 4/(5pi)*sin(5x) + 4/(7pi)*sin(7x) + 4/(9pi)*sin(9x) + 4/(11...
• ### Magnetic Resonance Imaging (MRI)

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What is MRI? The physical principles behind Magnetic Resonance Imaging are described. The name of MRI was initially NRI (Nuclear Resonance Imaging) - which is exac...

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A great trick for adding or subtracting fractions. Quickly find common denominators. Some addition examples are presented here but the same principle applies when s...
• ### Fourier Series Part 2

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Joseph Fourier developed a method for modeling any function with a combination of sine and cosine functions.
• ### Matrix Method

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Solve systems of linear equations quickly and without mistakes. For the row operation details and a written procedure visit:
• ### Bohr's Quantum Mechanics Part 1

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In April of 1913, a Danish Physicist named Niels Bohr changed the way we viewed nature. The Bohr Model for the Hydrogen Atom put forth a quantized picture that had ...

## Physics Play

• ### What's an Electric Field?

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Here we'll discuss why it's useful to take advantage of a mathematical construct called an "Electric Field".
• ### Why is the sky blue? (part 2)

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The physics equation for why we have mostly blue skies is discussed. Specifically the equation for dipole radiation intensity.
• ### Why is the sky blue? (part 1)

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The reason the sky is blue is because the atmosphere is made up of mostly diatomic molecules: i.e. N2 and O2. N2 molecules make up approximately 78.08% of the atmosphere and O2 molecules make up ...
• ### Angular Measurement and the number Pi

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What's a radian? Where does the number Pi come from? How are radians related to Pi? These questions are addressed in this tutorial.
• ### Average Speed vs Average Velocity

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Analyzing the difference between average speed and average velocity.
• ### Kepler's First Law

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Planets move in elliptical paths with the Sun at one focus.

## Trig Play

• ### Trick for Solving Triangles

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• ### Origin of the Sine Function Part 1

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• ### Introduction to Trigonometry

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## Algebra Play

• ### Subtracting Polynomials

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How to subtract polynomials.
• ### Finding x and y Intercepts

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Sometimes a problem statement will say to solve for the x and y intercepts. This is what they mean by that and how to do it.