Friday, March 23, 2012
Thursday, March 22, 2012
The Real Number Set (The Language of Mathematics I #34)
Table of Contents: The Language of Mathematics
The Real Number Set, Part 1 (Math #3)
The Real Number Set, Part 2 (Math #4)
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Wednesday, March 21, 2012
Series II Description: What's Contained in this Series

This series is all about exponents and radicals: how to add, subtract, multiply, and divide them; how to take a power to a power; and the process involved for simplifying radicals and large expressions.
We also take a detailed look at how exponents and radicals are related to the Real Number Set. Please note that the videos for this part of the series have overlaps. Videos #40 and #41 discuss the importance of the subsets of the Real Number Set and how they translate over to the basic operations for exponents and radicals. The information contained in these two videos is repeated in videos #4244, with the addition of examples. If you are familiar and comfortable with the basic operations for exponents and radicals, then videos #40 and #41 should suffice. If you would like the information to be presented with examples, then it will be worth your while to view the latter set. See Video #39 for more information on how the material is being presented.
In addition to the above, five book recommendations.
Full list and links for all the videos contained in the series are provided below and are available at: Table of Contents: The Language of Mathematics  Series II.
Exercises and Solutions are also available for this series.
See Videos Available for Download for information on the torrent for this series.
For ease of reference, included below is the Table of Contents and the expanded image of the tree menu provided in the left column of this site. Specific topics can be found through the Index (left column).
Table of Contents
 Section 1: Exponents and Radicals
 Section 2: Book Recommendations
Image of Tree Menu
From Series II Tree Menu  The Language of Mathematics 
Saturday, March 17, 2012
Book Recommendations (The Language of Mathematics II #5758)
Table of Contents: The Language of Mathematics
Book Recommendations, Part 1 (Math #57)
Book Recommendations, Part 2 (Math #58)
Thursday, March 15, 2012
Exponents and Radicals: Creating a Large Problem, Parts 1 to 4 (The Language of Mathematics II #5254)
Table of Contents: The Language of Mathematics
Creating a Large Problem, Part 1 (Math #52)
Creating a Large Problem, Part 2 (Math #53)
Creating a Large Problem, Part 3 (Math #54)
Creating a Large Problem, Part 4 (Math #55)
Wednesday, March 14, 2012
Exponents and Radicals: Real Number Set Introduction with Examples (The Language of Mathematics II #4244)
Table of Contents: The Language of Mathematics
Real Number Set Introduction with Examples, Part 1 (Math #42)
Real Number Set Introduction with Examples, Part 2 (Math #43)
Real Number Set Introduction with Examples, Part 3 (Math #44)
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Tuesday, March 13, 2012
Exponents and Radicals: How They Relate to The Real Number Set (The Language of Mathematics II #4041)
Table of Contents: The Language of Mathematics
Relation to The Real Number Set, Part 1 (Math #40)
Relation to The Real Number Set, Part 2 (Math #41)
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Exponents and Radicals: Introduction and Series Layout (The Language of Mathematics II #3839)
Table of Contents: The Language of Mathematics
Introduction to Exponents and Radicals (Math #38)
Series Layout (Math #39)
Tuesday, March 6, 2012
Series IIIa Description: What's Contained in this Series

In this series we learn different techniques for solving equations, combine and isolate variables, talk about the equal sign, how to move around an equation, discuss the graphical meaning for solving equations, learn about restrictions, and how we would go about checking solutions.
Also included is an introduction to polynomial equations and functions, a discussion of their classifications, and factoring techniques, beginning with the Greatest Common Factor (GCF) and Simple Trinomial Factoring (Factoring techniques for polynomials is continued in Series IIIb).
In addition to the above, we also take a brief look at the difference between black holes and elementary particles.
Full list and links for all the videos contained in the series are provided below and are available at:Table of Contents: The Language of Mathematics  Series IIIa.
See Videos Available for Download for information on the torrent for this series.
For ease of reference, included below is the Table of Contents and the expanded image of the tree menu provided in the left column of this site. Specific topics can be found through the Index (left column).
Table of Contents
 Section 1: Summary of Series I and II, and an Introduction to Series IIIa
 Section 2: Black Holes and Elementary Particles
 Section 3: Techniques for Solving Equations
 Section 4: Solving Equations and Checking Solutions, Examples and Methods
 Section 5: Solving Quadratic Equations: Factoring Techniques
 Section 6: Introduction to Polynomial Functions
Image of Tree Menu
From Series IIIa Tree Menu  The Language of Mathematics 
Monday, March 5, 2012
Videos Available for Download
I. Links
Direct links to torrents on The Pirate Bay (Please note: The Pirate Bay gets taken down a lot by governments so please let me know if the links are dead and I'll fix them, thanks):
 Series I: Videos #1 to #35 for The Language of Mathematics, produced in 2007.
 Series II: Videos #36 to #58 for The Language of Mathematics, produced in 2008.
 Series IIIa: Videos #61 to #92 for The Language of Mathematics, produced in 2009.
 Series IIIb: Videos #93 to #142 for The Language of Mathematics, produced in 20102011.
 Series IVa: Videos #143 to #151 for The Language of Mathematics plus some videos for Math in Real Life, produced in 20112013.
II. Description
At the request of my readers, in 2009 I began to provide torrents for the math videos. The torrents are available through The Pirate Bay and other file sharing networks.
Downloads are series specific and the files organized based on their video number and/or year, i.e, the order in which the videos were produced. See the table of contents for The Language of Mathematics and Math in Real Life to put things into context.
Please note that videos from Series I, II, and IIIa are tagged with chycho.com, and those for Series IIIb and Series IVa are tagged with 420math.com. Since videos have gone through an additional edit in the process of putting this site together, they may vary slightly from those in the torrents.
III. Video Update
Sunday, March 4, 2012
Understanding Polynomials and Defining Terms, Part 13: Polynomial Classifications (Language of Mathematics IIIa #8991)
Table of Contents: The Language of Mathematics
Understanding Polynomials and Defining Terms, Part 1 (Math #89)
Understanding Polynomials and Defining Terms, Part 2 (Math #90)
Understanding Polynomials and Defining Terms, Part 3: Polynomial Classifications (Math #91)
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Saturday, March 3, 2012
Simple Trinomial Factoring: Introduction and Examples: Factoring Part 45 (Language of Mathematics IIIa #8586)
Table of Contents: The Language of Mathematics
Simple Trinomial Factoring Part 1: Introduction and Example (Math #85)
Simple Trinomial Factoring Part 2: Three Examples (Math #86)
Friday, March 2, 2012
Greatest Common Factor, GCF, Introduction and Examples #14: Factoring P13 (Language of Mathematics IIIa #8082)
Table of Contents: The Language of Mathematics
Greatest Common Factor Part 1: Introduction (Math #80)
Greatest Common Factor Part 2: Three Examples (Math #81)
Greatest Common Factor Part 3: Example #4 (Math #82)
Introduction to Quadratic Equations and Functions (The Language of Mathematics IIIa #7879)
Table of Contents: The Language of Mathematics
Introduction to Solving Quadratic Equations, Part 1 (Math #78)
Introduction to Solving Quadratic Equations, Part 2 (Math #79)
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Thursday, March 1, 2012
Finding Restrictions for Equations: No Dividing by Zero (The Language of Mathematics IIIa #8788)
Table of Contents: The Language of Mathematics
Finding Restrictions for Equations, Part 1 (Math #87)
Finding Restrictions for Equations, Part 2 (Math #88)
Solving Equations  Examples #2 and #3: Solving Using Two Methods (The Language of Mathematics IIIa #7576)
Table of Contents: The Language of Mathematics
Solving Equations: Example 2, Two Methods (Math #75)
Solving Equations: Example 3, Using Two Methods (Math #76)
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