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Language of Mathematics II (45): Rules for Adding and Subtracting Exponents and Radicals

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Uploaded on Dec 12, 2008

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INTRODUCTION:

During the last few years the education systems in Canada and the United States have been eroding. Students have been crammed into larger class sizes while the quality of teaching has deteriorated, in large part due to a lack of funding from local and federal governments.

John Ralston Saul, one of Canada's most celebrated authors and essayist, has warned us that "Canada's democracy... is eroding with every dime deducted from education budgets."

I have stated previously that I believe as a collective we must understand that democracy can only exist in a society with an educated populace, and the right for self-governance can only be obtained through knowledge. I also believe that as long as the Internet remains Neutral, we, as a global community, can make a difference. We can fill the gap left behind by our governments and be proactive in educating our children.

Sharing our communal experiences and knowledge is the essence of the Internet and chycho.com is proud to be a part of this movement. The information contained and conveyed through this medium is what will shape our future, and this site was created to represent a unique personal perspective and to contribute in bringing about positive changes.

As a result I have decided to produce instructional math videos to help those that want to improve their abilities in communicating in this language. During the next few years I hope to be able to provide a vast library of resources for those that wish to finally understand mathematics.

I hope these videos will help people learn how to communicate in the language that we have chosen to understand the world around us in a scientific manner, in the language of mathematics.

Peace,

chycho
http://www.chycho.com

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