Posted by **dmitry2264** at Oct. 30, 2009

DVDRIP | Eng | 7 hours | 29,00 fps | 640x368 | DivX - 776 kbps | AC3 - 101 kbits | 2.3 GB

Matrix Algebra usually gives students problems in the beginning because although it has applications in algebra, it looks completely different from any algebra the student has used up to this point. The material on these DVDs is covered in most advanced high school algebra courses and is definitely covered in a university linear algebra course. This DVD tutorial lends help in matrix algebra just as if you hired a personal tutor in your home. Every matrix algebra video lesson is taught by fully worked example problems that help you not only do well in class - but truly understand the material. If you need linear algebra help that will increase your understanding and improve your grades in linear algebra quickly the Matrix Algebra Tutor will provide the tools you need to succeed.

Posted by **dmitry2264** at Oct. 29, 2009

DVDRIP | Eng | 8 hours | 29,97 fps | 640x480 | DivX - 776 kbps | AC3 - 128 kbits | 2.6 GB

Calculus can be an intimidating subject. For many students, even the name sounds intimidating. The truth is that Calculus is based on a few very powerful principles and once you fully understand those principles all of the additional topics naturally follow. Most Calculus textbooks begin the subject with a nauseating discussion of limits and then proceed to the introduction of a derivative which is one of the core topics in Calculus.

Posted by **dmitry2264** at Oct. 28, 2009

DVDRIP | Eng | 5 hours | 29,97 fps | 640x480 | DivX - 773 kbps | AC3 - 128 kbits | 1.9 GB

The Trigonometry And Pre-Calculus Tutor is a 5 hour DVD course geared to fully prepare a student to enter university level Calculus. Most students that have trouble with Calculus discover quickly that the root cause of their difficulty is actually that they have never mastered essential material in Trigonometry. For instance, a Calculus textbook will assume that the student is comfortable converting between degrees and radians and can use the unit circle to mentally calculate the Sin of an angle without a calculator. These topics and many other essential concepts are presented in this DVD course with exceptional clarity so that the student will feel well prepared to move into Calculus and Physics.

Posted by **crazylife** at Aug. 6, 2010

English | 640x480 XVID 29.97fps 704kbps | Mp3-128kbps | 14.40 GB

Genre: Video training

Chalk Dust Productions are like Math Tutor DVD. They are specially commissioned by Houghton Mifflin to supplement their various textbooks, but it is not necessary at all to possess the textbooks in order to benefit from these videos.

Posted by **crazylife** at Aug. 6, 2010

English | 640x480 XVID 29.97fps 715kbps | Mp3-128kbps | 7.1GB

Genre: Video training

Chalk Dust Productions are like Math Tutor DVD. They are specially commissioned by Houghton Mifflin to supplement their various textbooks, but it is not necessary at all to possess the textbooks in order to benefit from these videos.

Posted by **Tutorial** at Dec. 5, 2016

HDTV | 1280 x 720 | .MP4/AVC @ 2675 Kbps | 53mn 50s | 1.07 GB

Audio: English AAC 153 kbps, 2 channels | Subs: English

NOVA leads viewers on a mathematical mystery tour–a provocative exploration of math's astonishing power across the centuries. We discover math's signature in the swirl of a nautilus shell, the whirlpool of a galaxy, and the spiral in the center of a sunflower. Math was essential to everything from the first wireless radio transmissions to the successful landing of rovers on Mars. But where does math get its power?

Posted by **Efgrapha** at Aug. 25, 2016

DVD9 | VIDEO_TS | NTSC, 16:9 (720x480) VBR | 02:05:48 | 6.62 Gb

Audio: English AC3 5.1 @ 448 Kbps/2.0 @ 192 Kbps; #2 French AC3 2.0 @ 192 Kbps;

Spanish 2.0 @ 192 Kbps | Subs: English HoH, Spanish

Though Willow was one of director Ron Howard's few box-office disappointments, it definitely deserves a second look. At once an epic celebration and a gentle spoof of the sword-and-sorcery genre, the film concerns the efforts by little person Willow Ufgood (Warwick Davis) to protect a sacred infant from the machinations of a wicked queen (Jean Marsh). One source book has assessed the picture as a combination of The Ten Commandments and Snow White. This is true enough, except that neither one of those properties offered such offbeat casting choices as Billy Barty and Jean Marsh. Executive producer George Lucas has (through the conduit of screenwriter Bob Dolman) added elements of his own Star Wars saga to the stew. The results are generally satisfactory, though the film is sometimes weighed down by too much plot, and the action sequences may not be suitable for very young children.

Posted by **Helladot** at May 25, 2016

BRRip 1080p | MKV | 1920 x 1080 | x264 @ 2500 Kbps | 96 min | 1,93 Gb

Audio: English AAC 2.0 @ 224 Kbps | Subs: English (srt)

High school senior Bobby Chrystal fails his French class, which will block him from entering Yale. His rich, authoritarian father hires an attractive 29-year-old to tutor Bobby over the summer and help him pass a make-up exam. While Bobby's friends lead him away into strange excursions aimed at losing their virginities, Bobby finds all the extracurricular activities he needs with his new tutor.

Posted by **alexov85** at April 17, 2016

DVB | French | 720x576 | MPEG2, 3256 kbps | AC3 ~192 kbps | 2.51 GB

*Subs: Russian | Documentary, Mystery*

What is striking when you talk with mathematicians is that sparkle in their eyes, and their sudden joyful voice trying to share with you a concept, a theory. They continuously use words such as invention, beauty, freedom. You then ask yourself : how such a rich language, this quasi-philosophical proposition about the world becomes rejected by a majority, 'the only discipline where one prides itself to be bad at it'! But for 40 years, mathematitians have become essential in sickness and in health!

Posted by **Morocco** at March 6, 2016

Webrip | French | 53min | 1280 x 720 | 25.000 fps | MKV | AVC Main@L3.1 @ 2328 Kbps | AAC @ 125 Kbps | 925 MB

Omniprésentes dans les sciences et les technologies, les mathématiques sont parvenues à décrypter les orbites elliptiques des planètes, à prédire la découverte du boson de Higgs ou à faire atterrir le robot Curiosity sur Mars. De tout temps, l'homme, en quête de cycles et de motifs, les a utilisées pour explorer le monde physique et pour comprendre les règles de la nature, du nombre de pétales de fleurs (répondant à des "suites") à la symétrie de notre corps. La réalité possède-t-elle une nature mathématique inhérente ou les mathématiques sont-elles des outils précieux créés par l'esprit humain ?