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    in Education

    help students with algebra, geometry, trigonometry, calculus, statistics, and more

  • 00:29

    College Algebra Overview

    in Education

    College Algebra help. An over-view of College Algebra and the types of topics that will be included in the study of this subject. Topics previously introduced in Calculus are now included in College Algebra, such as the difference quotient that provides the slope. We will cover basic graphs and their translations, polynomials ariithmetic (the algebra of functions) and compositions, polynomial equations as well as quadratic equations and much more.

  • 02:00

    Algebra and Trigonometry

    in Education

    From Algebra: Linear equations, rational equations, models and applications, complex numbers.

    From Trigonometry: Angles and radian measures, right triangle trigonometry, trigonometric functions of any angle, graphs of sine and cosine functions, and graphs of other trigonometric functions.

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    Dr. Barbara Oakley on reworking how you work to be at your most productive

    in Psychology

    Amy Alkon's Advice Goddess Radio: "Nerd Your Way To A Better Life!" with the best brains in science.

    A very helpful "Best Of" replay tonight. Dr. Barbara Oakley has written an incredibly helpful book on learning how to learn math and science. But, yoohoo, math-loathers, this book -- and this show -- are about much more than that. 

    Both the book and tonight’s show are about techniques you can start employing immediately that will show you how to do your work and your creative work more efficiently and ultimately more successfully and satisfyingly. 

    The proof that these techniques work? Dr. Oakley herself used these techniques to transform from a girl who flunked every math and science course in high school into a tenured professor of engineering. And she currently uses them to curb procrastination, to learn and retain difficult material better and faster, and to increase her creativity in problem-solving and writing. 

    Dr. Oakley’s excellent book we’ll be discussing is A Mind For Numbers: How to excel at math and science (even if you flunked algebra). 

    Join me and all my fascinating guests every Sunday, 7-8 p.m. PT, 10-11 p.m. ET, at blogtalkradio.com/amyalkon or subscribe on iTunes or Stitcher.

    Please order my book, the science-based and funny "Good Manners For Nice People Who Sometimes Say F*ck," -- only about $11 at Amazon. 

  • 01:15

    Rodney Perry Live #130 Noel Calloway & Algebra

    in Comedy

    It's the Labor Day edition of Rodney Perry Live at 2PM EST on Monday, September 2, 2013! This week on Rodney Perry Live we welcome Writer/Director Noel Calloway from the breadkout movie, “Life, Love, Soul”. In the second half of the hour we welcome Grammy Award winning and vocalist extraordinaire, Algebra Blessett.
    For more information about Noel visit: twitter.com/Thenoelcalloway
    For more information about Algebra visit: http://twitter.com/yesitsalgebra
    Rodney Perry Live is a show consisting of all arts and entertainment. Everything from comedy and politics to music and acting. Rodney covers it all with a comedic slant. Tune in each and every Monday at 2pm EST www.blogtalkradio.com/rodneyperrylive to check out "Rodney Perry Live" on internet radio: Call in number: (718) 305-6383.

  • 02:39

    The Real Side Obama's HIT list? - Mis-Gender confusion should be fined!

    in Politics

    Hr1  President Obama lavishes adoration and praise to Islam for contributions to the world... like algebra. Uh... that goes back to Babylonia.

    #ClintonPrivilege = Hillary gets $600 haircut while putting department store and salon on security lockdown. Sure, she's like us.

    Liberal ethicists argue that newborns are not people, so it's acceptable to do after-birth abortions. Oh, you mean murder?

    University of New Hampshire offers Bias-Free Language Guide to students. There won't be much being said on campus this year.

    American is problematic word for Univ. of NH. Is American money & federal funding also a problem? 

    Hr2   Covering crazy news stories with pundit & author Michael Hausam.

    Republicans can never disparage other GOP in public. It's Party first. #SarcasmFont

    Fellow Republican attempts to unseat Speaker Boehner as Speaker of the House.

    Los Angeles thinks they are ending gun violence by banning 10-round magazines. Do you think the criminals will comply?

    Stop Iran Rally in Los Angeles.

    Planned Parenthood asks media to keep quiet on the latest video. Don't worry, that doesn't look suspicious. 

    Hr3  MSNBC guest says FCC should impose fine for media misgendering transgenders.

    Former Carter staffer wants to kill all Republicans and Conservatives.

    President Obama criticizes Kenya over gay marriage & gives billions to Iran who executes gays.

    Defending the Iran Deal.

    Have you had your healthy dose of reality lately?

  • 00:45

    Ginger Moran: The Algebra of Snow

    in Books

    Ginger Moran is a teacher, author and single mom of two boys. Her areas of expertise are in fiction and creative nonfiction, editing, coaching, and creative survival.
    Ginger holds a Ph.D. from the University of Houston in Literature and Creative Writing and Bachelor’s and Master’s degrees in English from the University of Virginia.
    Her work has been published in Salon.com, Oxford American, Literary Mama, The Virginia Quarterly Review, Feminist Studies and other journals.
    She has written three novels, a collection of essays about her years as a single working mom, and a nonfiction book on custody. She taught at Spring Hill College and Fisk University and currently edits and serves as the associate director of Iris, the University of Virginia Women’s Center magazine.
    The Algebra of Snow was nominated for a Pushcart Editor’s Choice Award. 
    Visit:  http://gingermoran.com/ 

  • 02:00

    "A Family Matters" - JUST THE TWO OF US - hosted Kat Brooks on KLJN 107.7

    in Romance

    JUST THE TWO OF US on KLJN 107.7

    Host: Kat Brooks



    The Relationship Mentor, Dr. Charles Dean

    Dana A. Winston, Wedding Photographer

    John Goolsby, Wedding Videographer, Godfather Films

    Music Selection:


    "Share My Life" - KEM

    "4Ever more" - ANTHONY DAVID ft. ALGEBRA


    Produced By: PHILLIP SIMMONS


  • 03:00

    C.D.- The Dr. IS in the House: The Math Doctor, Shahid Muhammad

    in Education

    As-Salaam-Alaikum / God's Peace be Upon You,

    This Saturday, May 16, 2015, we on Critical Discourse will be honored by the presence of Dr. Shahid Muhammad, the Math Doctor, and author of How to Teach Math to Black Children.

    In these challenging times, it is critical and necessary that black children be astute in the art of mathematics, the language of logic and focused, ordered reasoning.

    Unfortunately, black children and black people in general, seem to have an aversion to mathematics, which is the precursor to science and engineering, professions where there aren't enough of us.

    We are finding ourselves falling behind in this regard, as we engage in a form of hand-wringing, crying "foul" for example, when we (as well as Latinos) place low on Specialized High School Exams, which place heavy emphasis on math.

    The question and challenge before us, becomes, "What steps must be taken to reverse this and other academic trends"?

    Arithmetic, Algebra, Geometry, Trigonometry, Calculus – these are building blocks to the mastery of science, engineering and logical and critical thinking.

    So, stay tuned and make sure you listen and participate in this very pointed discussion, as we pledge to find real and viable solutions, in this regard.

    participate in this verry pointed discussion, as we pledge to find real and viable solutions, in this regard.





  • 01:06


    in Education

    Working with exponential expressions using the seven exponential rules: product rule, quotient rule, power rule, power of a product rule, power of a quotient rule, zero exponent rule, negative exponent rule, and fractional exponents which gives us our radicals. The radicals result because the top , or numerator, of the fraction represents the exponent under the radical sign and the bottom, or denominator, of the fraction gives us the index. Long division and synthetic division will be discussed and reviewed.

  • 01:52


    in Education

    Properties of equality, solving algebraic equations, simplifying algebraic expressions, factoring and multiplying polynomials including factoring the sum or difference of cubes. In addition, we will review sequences and series including geometric series.

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