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Mr. A's Math Podcast

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I'm a High School math teacher, and huge math nerd. I'm creating this podcast to share math that I find interesting, as well as create a space where I can help people with the mathematics they learn in High School; Geometry, Algebra II/Trig, and Calculus. If you have a question, send me an email- and I'll try to put up a video for you. If you enjoy the podcast please subscribe, and look for me on Youtube at: https://www.youtube.com/mikedobbs76 Twitter @MikeAndrejkovic I also write and perfor ...

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Mr. A's Math Podcast

1Calc – Optimization II

In this video I take you through another classic Optimization problem for any first year Calculus student, optimizing the volume of a geometric solid subject to some condition. In this case, we are optimizing a Cylinder within a Cone. This is the second of two videos I have made so far on Optimization. If you enjoy this video please like, subscribe…

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1Calc – Optimization I

In this video I take you through a classic Optimization problem for any first year Calculus student, optimizing the area of a fenced in region. This is the first of two videos I have made so far on Optimization. If you enjoy this video please like, subscribe and comment. Also, check out my podcast on iTunes: Mr. A’s Math Podcast https://itunes.appl…

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1Working With Isosceles Triangle Theorems in Proof

Isosceles triangles come up in many different ways when we’re working with Geometric Proofs. They are of particular importance when you begin your study of Circles and the many Circle Theorems. In this video I will introduce you to the two Isosceles Triangle Theorems, as well as take you through two proofs that make use of the theorems. If you enjo…

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1Curve Sketching

An introduction into the time-honored tradition of curve sketching. Before we had Desmos.com, and HD Full Color computers in our pockets, we had the first and second derivative! Learn how to use the information obtained from the derivatives to sketch a polynomial function. If you enjoy this video please like, subscribe and comment. Also, check out …

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1Working with Linear Pairs in a Two-Column Proof

This is a very short video taking you through the steps necessary to identify, and then take advantage of linear pairs in a proof. Using the theorem that “the supplements of congruent angles are congruent,” we can prove angles congruent under the right circumstances. If you enjoy this video please like, subscribe and comment. Also, check out my pod…

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1Construction: Dilation by a scale factor of 5/3

In this video I take you through the construction of a dilation in the plane with a scale factor of 5/3. You will need a compass and straightedge to follow along. If you enjoy this video please like, subscribe and comment. Also, check out my podcast on iTunes: Mr. A’s Math Podcast https://itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/mr.-as-math-podcast/id979031516?…

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1Construction: Dilation by a scale factor of 3/7

In this video I take you through the construction of a dilation in the plane with a scale factor of 3/7. You will need a compass and straightedge to follow along. If you enjoy this video please like, subscribe and comment. Also, check out my math raps on YouTube https://70c167a5100d7f61d59fa3082aeb308cdb02f362.googledrive.com/host/0B0x5Ii3ttR_Mfkc3…

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1Construction: Dividing a segment into a given ratio

In this video I will take you through the construction steps to divide a given line segment into a specific ratio. I will construct two different ratios in this video, the technique is essentially the same for any ratio. You will need a compass and straightedge to follow along. Dividing a segment into a given ratio…

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1Construction: Rotation about a fixed point

In this video I will show you the necessary steps to construct the rotation of a planar figure about a fixed point. You will need a compass, straightedge, and a protractor to follow along. Constructing a rotation about a fixed pointBy Mike Andrejkovics