Math in Your World  complete 24 lecture course

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Using math in real world situations to give the student the appreciation of why one needs to know this stuff. Includes beginning algegra, intermediate algebra, math for liberal arts majors, trigonometry, precalculus, college algebra, statistics, and calculus. Categories
 College Level Academic Courses
 Release Date
 Jan 1, 2010
 Video Running Time (minutes)
 720:00
 Producer
 Palomar College
 Course ID
 MYW00

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01 Math in Your World  beginning algebra: sea world animal dietHerring is the "Double Cheeseburger" of the whale world. Nanook, the whale, goes on a diet based on weighted formula. Even Zoo Keepers need to know algebra. DVD style course with completion certificate only02 Math in Your World  beginning algebra: bicycle gear ratiosAlgebra only hurts if you get you toes caught in the spokes. Dan, the math man, counted all the teeth on his sprocket. (ISH) Dan's bicycle has 21 gears and a very, narrow, hard seat. DVD style course with completion certificate only03 Math in Your World  beginning algebra: JPEG image compressionSomewhere in here is a joke about image compression and a congressman. Discrete Cosine Transform is the math behind your smartphone picture. Remember: What happens on the Internet  stays on the Internet. DVD style course with completion certificate only04 Math in Your World  beginning algebra: shortcut in totaling numbersWhat is the sum total of all numbers from 1 to 100? Gauss is reported to be able to calculate this sum in 30 seconds when he was 10 years old. For this Germany, put Gauss on the 10 mark bill. Go figure! DVD style course with completion certificate only05 Math in Your World  intermediate algebra 1: tire size & speedometersIn a past life, I put very oversized tires on a British Sports Car (Triumph Spitfire). It actually threw the speedometer off. Try to use this math to get out of a speeding ticket. (It did not work for me) DVD style course with completion certificate only06 Math in Your World  intermediate algebra 1: the pythagorean theoremDid you every wonder how they got this formula? Graphic Artist gives the answer. Actually, formulas are lot easier to member if you see the proof! DVD style course with completion certificate only07 Math in Your World  intermediate algebra 1: math in brewing beerIf you want to make your own beer, this is Must See TV! When you get into a college sorority or fraternity, this equation will make a lot more sense. Warning! I put a "BeerInABag" home brewing kit in the garage. We never saw the dog again. DVD style course with completion certificate only08 Math in Your World  intermediate algebra 2: flying sailplanesIf your center of gravity it too far forward, you can't get your tail down. If your center of gravity is too far back, you can't get your tail up. If your center of gravity is just right, your tail will be covered. (Old Zen Saying) DVD style course with completion certificate only09 Math in Your World  intermediate algebra 2: wastewater treatmentMath Man Dan goes to where San Diego gets it's sh** together. Sewage In does not equal sewage out. The clean water formula is 2 pounds of bacteria for 1 pound of sh**. DVD style course with completion certificate only10 Math in Your World  math for liberal arts 1: television screen sizeWide Screen TV makers measure the screen diagonally to inflate the perceived size. The old style TV has the aspect ration of 4:3 while wide screens are 16:9 What else could be measured diagonally to inflate the perceived size? DVD style course with completion certificate only11 Math in Your World  math for liberal arts 1: betting at the horse racesRace track betting is a "Zero Sum Game" Every dollar you win is clawed from the bloody hands of the losers. The race track makes a fixed % no matter who wins or loses. (So do stockbrokers. Go ) DVD style course with completion certificate only12 Math in Your World  math for liberal arts 1: art of M.C. EscherInfinite Loop optical illusion (Mobius Strip) and Infinite Stair Case. A recap of "Let's Make A Deal". Search "Monte Hall' on Google. Always switch your bets if the odds change. DVD style course with completion certificate only13 Math in Your World  math for liberal arts 2: burning caloriesIt takes till Christmas to walk off Thanksgiving Dinner. Goof Alert: 3 miles per hour is a 20 minute mile. Dan says a 3 minute mile. Always check your work. Maybe everyone was asleep after dinner. DVD style course with completion certificate only14 Math in Your World  math for liberal arts 2: march madness tournamentIf you chose all 63 winners of the basketball tournament, you win Ten Million Dollars. However, the odds of getting hit by a meteorite are better. The super ball lottery, internet dating, and organized religion have the same odds. DVD style course with completion certificate only15 Math in Your World  trigonometry: math in aeronauticsAlways calculate if you have enough runway before you take off. (Old Zen Saying) Example of a circular paper calculator. (We have an App for that now) However, you have turn you Iphone to air plane mode. DVD style course with completion certificate only16 Math in Your World  trigonometry: sculptures based on equationsEvery math is beautiful in its own way. Just Google "Boye Surface". My head hurts. (Old Monty Python saying.) DVD style course with completion certificate only17 Math in Your World  trigonometry: estimating lake surface areaMath Man Dan at the lake with not a swimsuit in sight. Google Maps can be used to estimate area by grid overlay. Simpson's Rule (Dan thinks it is Homer Simpson) for calculating area.. DVD style course with completion certificate only18 Math in Your World  precalculus: tree height from shadowUsing sun and shadows, Dan measures the height of a tree. Using smoke and mirrors, we measure the National Debt. Maybe we should use sun and shadows DVD style course with completion certificate only19 Math in Your World  precalculus: phases of the moonMathematics for a full moon using Oreo Cookies. What do you call a Vampire Mathematician? Sine Wave function describes alternating current that comes from a wall outlet. DVD style course with completion certificate only20 Math in Your World  precalculus: daylight savings timeDaylight saying time may somehow be linked to vampires. Math Man Dan using a Number 2 lead pencil to kill vampires. Sine waves are movement around a circle (Old Dan Saying) DVD style course with completion certificate only21 Math in Your World  precalculus: targeting with an arrowDan discusses Valentine's Day marketing statistics. Roses cost more during holidays. Arrows travel in a parabola curve defined by a mathematical equation. Do you think Robin Hood took precalculus? DVD style course with completion certificate only22 Math in Your World  college algebra, statistics, calculus 1: markov chainsCan you buy a Markov Chain at a jewelry store? A matrix is a grid of numbers. A transition matrix measure change in populaton. DVD style course with completion certificate only23 Math in Your World  college algebra, statistics, calculus 1: credt card numbersDan the math man wipes out his credit card. The last digit on your credit card checks that your number sequence is valid. The credit card validation formula is explained. DVD style course with completion certificate only24 Math in Your World  college algebra, statistics, calculus 1: Northrop GrummanOld fighter pilots become development managers at the military industrial complex. Drones are designed by engineers who pass math and calculus courses. Engineers get high paying jobs. Philosophy majors do NOT get high paying jobs. If you are going to invest in college, treat it as an investment. DVD style course with completion certificate only