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The purpose of my work is to share as much information as possible. Numerous topics are discussed with the central theme being mathematics. The end goal is to create a math curriculum for all of highschool mathematics, starting with The Real Number Set and Basic Operations all the way up to and including an introductory course on Calculus and one for Probability and Statistics.
As of this moment I have 480+ videos available on YouTube, approximately 230 of which are directly related to teaching mathematics, many more of which are laying down the foundation for additional math related content.
If you are interested in browsing the math content, you will find the Table of Contents following My Vision statement below. The videos are separated into three main categories:
2) The Language of Mathematics is focused on teaching the syntax of this language as rapidly as possible. 161 videos, approximately 24 hours of lessons have been produced for this section so far
3) Math in Real Life is focused on using the syntax that we have learned from The Language of Mathematics videos and using them in the real world. 22 videos, approximately 5 hours of lessons have been created for this section so far.
My Vision
The advent of the Internet in combination with lowcost computing has brought about a surge in the need to be literate in the language of mathematics. Due to these advancements math has become an integral part of our society and the need to be literate in this language a necessity.
There are, however, some major problems. Many education systems across the globe are under stress and failing. The causes are vast and varied so we’ll refrain from discussing the details of this collapse but instead focus on possible solutions to our predicament.
It is my belief that access to a good education is a human right, an obligatory gift from one generation to the next, and as long as we have access to an open, unfiltered, and uncensored Internet, then we, as a global community, can make a difference. We can fill the gap left behind by our governments and institutions by becoming proactive educators.
For my part, I will try and show how beautiful, how powerful, how useful and how easy it is to learn the bare minimum we need to know about the language of mathematics to enhance our lives. To achieve this task I am producing videos for all major topics covered in secondary school math curriculums in Canada and the United State, i.e., all major topics starting with The Real Number Set up to and including an introductory course in Calculus and one for Probability and Statistics.
As for how you can support this project. It takes a tremendous amount of time and energy to produce this work, so, if you enjoy this work, if you are finding the information on this site useful, and if you would like to support this project then please consider becoming a patron.
Table of Contents to the three main categories with links to the math videos produced so far follows:
ASMR Math
I. Trigonometry

... more to come
II. Miscellaneous

11. How to Study: Tip #5: How to Read a Textbook
Shorter edit: 20 Steps to Reading a Textbook

12. How to Study: Tip #6: When Doing Algebra, Recognize the Problem, Remember the Pattern
Shorter edit: How to Study: Tip #6 (The Lanuage of Mathematics #162)

26. Visualizing Disruptive Innovation, Monopolies, and Mergers and Acquisitions (Economics/Politics)
The Language of Mathematics
Series I
Section 1: Introduction and Instructions: (1): Introduction and (2): Instructions
Section 2: The Real Number Set: (3): Part 1 , (4):  Part 2, and (22): Instructions for Exercises  1
Section 3: (5): Zero and Infinity
Section 4: Basic Operations:
Lesson 2: (8): Multiplying and Dividing
Lesson 3: (7): Dealing with Negative Numbers
Section 5: Prime Numbers
Section 6: Fractions
Lesson 2: (12): Multiply and Divide Fractions
Lesson 3: (13): Adding and Subtracting Fraction
Section 7: Trigonometry and Geometry
Lesson 2: Right Triangles: (15): Right Triangles Part 1 , (16): Right Triangles Part 2 , and (17): Right Triangles Part 3
Lesson 3: (18): Solving Right Triangles 1 and (19): Solving Right Triangles 2
Lesson 2: (20): Congruent Similar Triangles 1 and (21): Congruent Similar Triangles 2
Section 9: Coordinate Geometry
Lesson 2: (24): Slope and Midpoint of a Line
Lesson 3: (25): Distance of a Line
Section 10: Proofs
Lesson 2: (30): Proofs Involving Triangles
Lesson 3: (27): Proofs Involving a Line 1 , (28): Proofs Involving a Line 2 , and (29): Proofs Involving a Line 3
Lesson 4: (32): Coordinate Geometry Proof 1 and (33): Coordinate Geometry Proof 2
Section 11: (35): why 2 negatives make a positive
Section 12: Miscellaneous Videos: (34): Prepping for next set of videos (update 1) and (36): First Series Montage with SPM and (37): Update for Series II (update 2)
Series II
Section 1: Exponents and RadicalsLesson 2: Exponents and Radicals with Real Number Set (Introduction): (40): Exponents and Radicals (Real 1 of 2) and (41): Exponents and Radicals (Real 2 of 2)
Lesson 3: Exponents and Radicals with Examples (Introduction): (42): Exponents and Radicals (1 of 3) , (43): Exponents and Radicals (2 of 3) , and (44): Exponents and Radicals (3 of 3)
Lesson 4: (45): Rules for Adding and Subtracting Exponents and Radicals
Lesson 5: (46): Rules for Multiplying and Dividing Exponents and Radicals
Lesson 6: (47): Rules for Exponents to Exponents
Lesson 7: (48): Reducing Radicals
Lesson 8: (49): Multiplying Radicals (example 1)
Lesson 9: (50): Adding and Subtracting Radicals (example 1)
Lesson 10: (51): Simplifying Radicals (3 examples)
Lesson 11: (52): Creating a Large Radicals Problem (Part 1 of 4) , (53): Creating a Large Radicals Problem (Part 2 of 4) , (54): Creating a Large Radicals Problem (Part 3 of 4) , and (55): Creating a Large Radicals Problem (Part 4 of 4)
Lesson 12: (56): Simplifying Large Radicals
Section 2: (57): Book Recommendations (Part 1 of 2) and (58): Book Recommendations (Part 2 of 2)
Section 3: Miscellaneous Videos: (60): Update 3, 1 February 2009
Series IIIa
Section 1: (61): Summary of Series I and II, and Introduction to the Equal SignSection 2: (62): Black holes and elementary particles (Part 1) and (63): Black holes and elementary particles (Part 2)
Section 3: Techniques for Solving Equations
Lesson 2: (65): Solving Equations  Addition and Subtraction
Lesson 3: (67): Solving Equations  Multiplication and Division
Lesson 4: (68): Solving Equations  Exponents and Radicals
Lesson 5: (69): Solving Equations  Cross Multiplication
Section 4: Solving Equations and Checking Solutions
Lesson 2: (72): Solving Equations  Example 1, Part 1 of 3 , (73): Solving Equations  Example 1, Part 2 of 3 , and (74): Checking the Solution  Example 1, Part 3 of 3
Lesson 3: (75): Solving Equations  Example 2, Two Methods and (76): Solving Equations  Example 3, Using Two Methods
Lesson 4: (77): Solving Equations  Four Examples of Simple Equations
Lesson 5: (83): How not to solve an equation: Do not eliminate solutions
Lesson 6: (87): Finding Restrictions for Equations  No Dividing by Zero (Part 1) and (88): Finding Restrictions for Equations  No Dividing by Zero (Part 2)
Section 5: Solving Quadratic Equations: Factoring Techniques
Lesson 2: (80): Factoring: Part 1  Greatest Common Factor (GCF) , (81): Factoring: Part 2  Greatest Common Factor (GCF) , and (82): Factoring: Part 3  Greatest Common Factor (GCF)
Lesson 3: (84): Solving and Graphing Equations  Greatest Common Factor (GCF)
Lesson 4: (85): Factoring: Part 4  Simple Trinomial Factoring and (86): Factoring: Part 5  Three examples of Simple Trinomial Factoring
…Factoring polynomials continues in Series IIIb…
Section 6: Introduction to Polynomial Functions: (89): Understanding Polynomials and Defining Terms (Part 1 of 3) , (90): Understanding Polynomials and Defining Terms (Part 2 of 3) , and (91): Understanding Polynomials and Defining Terms (Part 3 of 3)
Section 7: Miscellaneous Videos: (66): Torrents now available for Series I and Series II , (92): Update October 2009 , and (93): Torrents are now available for Series I, II, and III
Series IIIb
Section 1: Recaps and Introductions: (97): Recap of Series I, II, and IIIa , (98): Introduction to Series IIIb , (105): Why Do We Factor? Introduction to Factoring Polynomials , (122): Factoring Polynomials, a Graphical RepresentationSection 2: Difference of Squares, Continues from Section 5 of Series IIIa
Lesson 2: (102): Difference of Squares: Solving Equations, a Graphical Representation (Part 1) , (103): Difference of Squares: Solving Equations, a Graphical Representation (Part 2) , and (104): Difference of Squares: Solving Equations, a Graphical Representation (Part 3)
Section 3: Factoring Complex Trinomials using the 4Step Method: (106): Factoring: Part 9  Complex Trinomials (Part 1), 4Step Method , (107): Factoring: Part 10  Complex Trinomials (Part 2), 4Step Method, (108): Factoring: Part 11  Complex Trinomials (Part 3), 4Step Method  Ex. #2 , and (109): Factoring: Part 12  Complex Trinomials (Part 4), 4Step Method  Ex. #3
Section 4: The Quadratic Formula: (110): Factoring: Part 13  Quadratic Formula (Part 1): Introduction , (111): Factoring: Part 14  Quadratic Formula (Part 2): Ex. #1 , and (112): Factoring: Part 15  Quadratic Formula (Part 3): Ex. #2 & #3
Section 5: The Let Statement: (113): Factoring: Part 16: Let Statement (Part 1): Substitution , (114): Factoring: Part 17: Let Statement (Part 2): Quadratic Formula , (115): Factoring: Part 18: Let Statement (Part 3): Quadratic Formula , and (116): Factoring: Part 19: Let Statement (Part 4): Quadratic Formula, Checking Solutions
Section 6: Synthetic Division and The Division Statement
Lesson 2: Polynomial Long Division: (120): Factoring Part 23: Synthetic Division Part 4: Polynomial Long Division (Part 1) , (121): Factoring Part 24: Synthetic Division Part 5: Polynomial Long Division (Part 2) , (123): Factoring Part 25: Synthetic Division Part 6: Polynomial Long Division (Part 3) , and (124): Factoring Part 26: Synthetic Division Part 7: Polynomial Long Division (Part 4)
Lesson 3: (125): The Division Statement, a Graphical Representation
Lesson 4: Synthetic Division: (126): Factoring Part 27: Synthetic Division Part 8: Part 1  When to Use It , (127): Factoring Part 28: Synthetic Division Part 9: Part 2  Be Careful With the Following , (128): Factoring Part 29: Synthetic Division Part 10: Part 3  A Simple Example #1 , and (129): Factoring Part 30: Synthetic Division Part 11: Part 4  A Simple Example #2
Lesson 5: Factoring Large Polynomials: (130): Factoring Part 31: Synthetic Division Part 12: Part 5  Introduction to Factoring Large Polynomials , (131): Factoring Part 32: Synthetic Division Part 13: Part 6  Factoring Large Polynomials, Ex1 , (132): Factoring Part 33: Synthetic Division Part 14: Part 7  Factoring Large Polynomials, 2a , (133): Factoring Part 34: Synthetic Division Part 15: Part 8  Factoring Large Polynomials, 2b , (134): Factoring Part 35: Synthetic Division Part 16: Part 9  Factoring Large Polynomials, 3a , and (135): Factoring Part 36: Synthetic Division Part 17: Part 10  Factoring Large Polynomials, 3b
Section 7: (142): The Remainder Theorem and The Factor Theorem
Section 8: Why Math is Important: (137): Why is Math Important? Part 1: Five Reasons Why Math is Important , and (138): Why is Math Important? Part 2: Because it's part of evolution, part of what makes us human
Section 9: Study Tips: (139): How to Study: Introduction , (140): How to Study: Tip #1: Why Are You Here? , and (141): How to Study: Tip #2: Longer is Better (Introduction to Efficiency)
Section 10: Miscellaneous: (93): Torrents are now available for Series I, II, and III , (94): Update January 2010: Table of Contents, torrents, and chycho , (95): Update for chycho.com and Language of Mathematics: Introducing "420math" and "Math in Real life" (Part 1) , (96): Update for chycho.com and Language of Mathematics: Introducing "420math" and "Math in Real life" (Part 2) , and (136): Update for The Language of Mathematics: Series IIIb, Torrents, and Other Content)
Series IVa
(144): Introduction to Series IVSection 1: Units and Systems: (145): Units: Introduction and Prerequisites, (146): Systems, SI Units, and a Conversion Table for Colored Squares and Triangles
Section 2: Ratios and Fractions: (147): Introduction to Ratios, and Their Relationship to Fractions , (149): The Most Important Thing You Need to Know About Multiplying Fractions: Reduce It Before You Multiply It
Section 3: Units and Ratios: (148): The Rosetta Stones of Mathematics
Section 4: Unit Conversion: (150): Introduction , (151): Simple Unit Conversions Using Cross Multiplication: How It Works
Series IVb
(152): Torrent now available for Series IVa, and an Update(153): Recap of Series I, II, IIIa, IIIb, IVa, and a little Math in Real Life
Section 1: Infinity (My Two Infinities), (#154, #155, #156): Infinity, Part 1 to 3: Until the End of Time and the Universe Explodes; Limits and Asymptotes, Visualizing Infinity; Going Halfway, Travelling from A to B Forever
Section ??: Miscellaneous: (#157): Learning Your Multiplication Table: Two Hand Tricks, (#158): How to Break a Line into Pieces, Odd and Even, Visualizing Fractions , (#159): How to Study: Tip #3: Find Your Happy Space, (#160): How to Study: Tip #4: Create a Schedule, Put Together a To Do List , (#161): How to Study: Tip #5: 20 Steps to Reading a Textbook, (#162): How to Study: Tip #6: When Doing Algebra, Recognize the Problem, Remember the Pattern
Math in Real Life
I. Games
Section 1: Shooting Dice, Playing CrapsII. Personal Finace
Section 1: Time Management
III. Food and Farming
Section 1: Community Supported Agriculture, CSAIV. Food and Fitness

 In the works
V. Economics and Politics

 In the works
VI. Business and Investment

 In the works
VII. Energy and Environment

 In the works
VIII. Art and Design
Section 1: The Art of Dirk MarwigIX. Film and Music (Sight and Sound)

 In the works
X. Science and Technology
XI. Construction and Engineering

 In the works
XII. Miscellaneous
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Introduction
The purpose of my work is to share as much information as possible. Numerous topics are discussed with the central theme being mathematics. The end goal is to create a math curriculum for all of highschool mathematics, starting with The Real Number Set and Basic Operations all the way up to and including an introductory course on Calculus and one for Probability and Statistics.
As of this moment I have 480+ videos available on YouTube, approximately 230 of which are directly related to teaching mathematics, many more of which are laying down the foundation for additional math related content.
If you are interested in browsing the math content, you will find the Table of Contents following My Vision statement below. The videos are separated into three main categories:
2) The Language of Mathematics is focused on teaching the syntax of this language as rapidly as possible. 161 videos, approximately 24 hours of lessons have been produced for this section so far
3) Math in Real Life is focused on using the syntax that we have learned from The Language of Mathematics videos and using them in the real world. 22 videos, approximately 5 hours of lessons have been created for this section so far.
My Vision
The advent of the Internet in combination with lowcost computing has brought about a surge in the need to be literate in the language of mathematics. Due to these advancements math has become an integral part of our society and the need to be literate in this language a necessity.
There are, however, some major problems. Many education systems across the globe are under stress and failing. The causes are vast and varied so we’ll refrain from discussing the details of this collapse but instead focus on possible solutions to our predicament.
It is my belief that access to a good education is a human right, an obligatory gift from one generation to the next, and as long as we have access to an open, unfiltered, and uncensored Internet, then we, as a global community, can make a difference. We can fill the gap left behind by our governments and institutions by becoming proactive educators.
For my part, I will try and show how beautiful, how powerful, how useful and how easy it is to learn the bare minimum we need to know about the language of mathematics to enhance our lives. To achieve this task I am producing videos for all major topics covered in secondary school math curriculums in Canada and the United State, i.e., all major topics starting with The Real Number Set up to and including an introductory course in Calculus and one for Probability and Statistics.
As for how you can support this project. It takes a tremendous amount of time and energy to produce this work, so, if you enjoy this work, if you are finding the information on this site useful, and if you would like to support this project then please consider becoming a patron.
Table of Contents to the three main categories with links to the math videos produced so far follows:
ASMR Math
I. Trigonometry

... more to come
II. Miscellaneous

11. How to Study: Tip #5: How to Read a Textbook
Shorter edit: 20 Steps to Reading a Textbook

12. How to Study: Tip #6: When Doing Algebra, Recognize the Problem, Remember the Pattern
Shorter edit: How to Study: Tip #6 (The Lanuage of Mathematics #162)

26. Visualizing Disruptive Innovation, Monopolies, and Mergers and Acquisitions (Economics/Politics)
The Language of Mathematics
Series I
Section 1: Introduction and Instructions: (1): Introduction and (2): Instructions
Section 2: The Real Number Set: (3): Part 1 , (4):  Part 2, and (22): Instructions for Exercises  1
Section 3: (5): Zero and Infinity
Section 4: Basic Operations:
Lesson 2: (8): Multiplying and Dividing
Lesson 3: (7): Dealing with Negative Numbers
Section 5: Prime Numbers
Section 6: Fractions
Lesson 2: (12): Multiply and Divide Fractions
Lesson 3: (13): Adding and Subtracting Fraction
Section 7: Trigonometry and Geometry
Lesson 2: Right Triangles: (15): Right Triangles Part 1 , (16): Right Triangles Part 2 , and (17): Right Triangles Part 3
Lesson 3: (18): Solving Right Triangles 1 and (19): Solving Right Triangles 2
Lesson 2: (20): Congruent Similar Triangles 1 and (21): Congruent Similar Triangles 2
Section 9: Coordinate Geometry
Lesson 2: (24): Slope and Midpoint of a Line
Lesson 3: (25): Distance of a Line
Section 10: Proofs
Lesson 2: (30): Proofs Involving Triangles
Lesson 3: (27): Proofs Involving a Line 1 , (28): Proofs Involving a Line 2 , and (29): Proofs Involving a Line 3
Lesson 4: (32): Coordinate Geometry Proof 1 and (33): Coordinate Geometry Proof 2
Section 11: (35): why 2 negatives make a positive
Section 12: Miscellaneous Videos: (34): Prepping for next set of videos (update 1) and (36): First Series Montage with SPM and (37): Update for Series II (update 2)
Series II
Section 1: Exponents and RadicalsLesson 2: Exponents and Radicals with Real Number Set (Introduction): (40): Exponents and Radicals (Real 1 of 2) and (41): Exponents and Radicals (Real 2 of 2)
Lesson 3: Exponents and Radicals with Examples (Introduction): (42): Exponents and Radicals (1 of 3) , (43): Exponents and Radicals (2 of 3) , and (44): Exponents and Radicals (3 of 3)
Lesson 4: (45): Rules for Adding and Subtracting Exponents and Radicals
Lesson 5: (46): Rules for Multiplying and Dividing Exponents and Radicals
Lesson 6: (47): Rules for Exponents to Exponents
Lesson 7: (48): Reducing Radicals
Lesson 8: (49): Multiplying Radicals (example 1)
Lesson 9: (50): Adding and Subtracting Radicals (example 1)
Lesson 10: (51): Simplifying Radicals (3 examples)
Lesson 11: (52): Creating a Large Radicals Problem (Part 1 of 4) , (53): Creating a Large Radicals Problem (Part 2 of 4) , (54): Creating a Large Radicals Problem (Part 3 of 4) , and (55): Creating a Large Radicals Problem (Part 4 of 4)
Lesson 12: (56): Simplifying Large Radicals
Section 2: (57): Book Recommendations (Part 1 of 2) and (58): Book Recommendations (Part 2 of 2)
Section 3: Miscellaneous Videos: (60): Update 3, 1 February 2009
Series IIIa
Section 1: (61): Summary of Series I and II, and Introduction to the Equal SignSection 2: (62): Black holes and elementary particles (Part 1) and (63): Black holes and elementary particles (Part 2)
Section 3: Techniques for Solving Equations
Lesson 2: (65): Solving Equations  Addition and Subtraction
Lesson 3: (67): Solving Equations  Multiplication and Division
Lesson 4: (68): Solving Equations  Exponents and Radicals
Lesson 5: (69): Solving Equations  Cross Multiplication
Section 4: Solving Equations and Checking Solutions
Lesson 2: (72): Solving Equations  Example 1, Part 1 of 3 , (73): Solving Equations  Example 1, Part 2 of 3 , and (74): Checking the Solution  Example 1, Part 3 of 3
Lesson 3: (75): Solving Equations  Example 2, Two Methods and (76): Solving Equations  Example 3, Using Two Methods
Lesson 4: (77): Solving Equations  Four Examples of Simple Equations
Lesson 5: (83): How not to solve an equation: Do not eliminate solutions
Lesson 6: (87): Finding Restrictions for Equations  No Dividing by Zero (Part 1) and (88): Finding Restrictions for Equations  No Dividing by Zero (Part 2)
Section 5: Solving Quadratic Equations: Factoring Techniques
Lesson 2: (80): Factoring: Part 1  Greatest Common Factor (GCF) , (81): Factoring: Part 2  Greatest Common Factor (GCF) , and (82): Factoring: Part 3  Greatest Common Factor (GCF)
Lesson 3: (84): Solving and Graphing Equations  Greatest Common Factor (GCF)
Lesson 4: (85): Factoring: Part 4  Simple Trinomial Factoring and (86): Factoring: Part 5  Three examples of Simple Trinomial Factoring
…Factoring polynomials continues in Series IIIb…
Section 6: Introduction to Polynomial Functions: (89): Understanding Polynomials and Defining Terms (Part 1 of 3) , (90): Understanding Polynomials and Defining Terms (Part 2 of 3) , and (91): Understanding Polynomials and Defining Terms (Part 3 of 3)
Section 7: Miscellaneous Videos: (66): Torrents now available for Series I and Series II , (92): Update October 2009 , and (93): Torrents are now available for Series I, II, and III
Series IIIb
Section 1: Recaps and Introductions: (97): Recap of Series I, II, and IIIa , (98): Introduction to Series IIIb , (105): Why Do We Factor? Introduction to Factoring Polynomials , (122): Factoring Polynomials, a Graphical RepresentationSection 2: Difference of Squares, Continues from Section 5 of Series IIIa
Lesson 2: (102): Difference of Squares: Solving Equations, a Graphical Representation (Part 1) , (103): Difference of Squares: Solving Equations, a Graphical Representation (Part 2) , and (104): Difference of Squares: Solving Equations, a Graphical Representation (Part 3)
Section 3: Factoring Complex Trinomials using the 4Step Method: (106): Factoring: Part 9  Complex Trinomials (Part 1), 4Step Method , (107): Factoring: Part 10  Complex Trinomials (Part 2), 4Step Method, (108): Factoring: Part 11  Complex Trinomials (Part 3), 4Step Method  Ex. #2 , and (109): Factoring: Part 12  Complex Trinomials (Part 4), 4Step Method  Ex. #3
Section 4: The Quadratic Formula: (110): Factoring: Part 13  Quadratic Formula (Part 1): Introduction , (111): Factoring: Part 14  Quadratic Formula (Part 2): Ex. #1 , and (112): Factoring: Part 15  Quadratic Formula (Part 3): Ex. #2 & #3
Section 5: The Let Statement: (113): Factoring: Part 16: Let Statement (Part 1): Substitution , (114): Factoring: Part 17: Let Statement (Part 2): Quadratic Formula , (115): Factoring: Part 18: Let Statement (Part 3): Quadratic Formula , and (116): Factoring: Part 19: Let Statement (Part 4): Quadratic Formula, Checking Solutions
Section 6: Synthetic Division and The Division Statement
Lesson 2: Polynomial Long Division: (120): Factoring Part 23: Synthetic Division Part 4: Polynomial Long Division (Part 1) , (121): Factoring Part 24: Synthetic Division Part 5: Polynomial Long Division (Part 2) , (123): Factoring Part 25: Synthetic Division Part 6: Polynomial Long Division (Part 3) , and (124): Factoring Part 26: Synthetic Division Part 7: Polynomial Long Division (Part 4)
Lesson 3: (125): The Division Statement, a Graphical Representation
Lesson 4: Synthetic Division: (126): Factoring Part 27: Synthetic Division Part 8: Part 1  When to Use It , (127): Factoring Part 28: Synthetic Division Part 9: Part 2  Be Careful With the Following , (128): Factoring Part 29: Synthetic Division Part 10: Part 3  A Simple Example #1 , and (129): Factoring Part 30: Synthetic Division Part 11: Part 4  A Simple Example #2
Lesson 5: Factoring Large Polynomials: (130): Factoring Part 31: Synthetic Division Part 12: Part 5  Introduction to Factoring Large Polynomials , (131): Factoring Part 32: Synthetic Division Part 13: Part 6  Factoring Large Polynomials, Ex1 , (132): Factoring Part 33: Synthetic Division Part 14: Part 7  Factoring Large Polynomials, 2a , (133): Factoring Part 34: Synthetic Division Part 15: Part 8  Factoring Large Polynomials, 2b , (134): Factoring Part 35: Synthetic Division Part 16: Part 9  Factoring Large Polynomials, 3a , and (135): Factoring Part 36: Synthetic Division Part 17: Part 10  Factoring Large Polynomials, 3b
Section 7: (142): The Remainder Theorem and The Factor Theorem
Section 8: Why Math is Important: (137): Why is Math Important? Part 1: Five Reasons Why Math is Important , and (138): Why is Math Important? Part 2: Because it's part of evolution, part of what makes us human
Section 9: Study Tips: (139): How to Study: Introduction , (140): How to Study: Tip #1: Why Are You Here? , and (141): How to Study: Tip #2: Longer is Better (Introduction to Efficiency)
Section 10: Miscellaneous: (93): Torrents are now available for Series I, II, and III , (94): Update January 2010: Table of Contents, torrents, and chycho , (95): Update for chycho.com and Language of Mathematics: Introducing "420math" and "Math in Real life" (Part 1) , (96): Update for chycho.com and Language of Mathematics: Introducing "420math" and "Math in Real life" (Part 2) , and (136): Update for The Language of Mathematics: Series IIIb, Torrents, and Other Content)
Series IVa
(144): Introduction to Series IVSection 1: Units and Systems: (145): Units: Introduction and Prerequisites, (146): Systems, SI Units, and a Conversion Table for Colored Squares and Triangles
Section 2: Ratios and Fractions: (147): Introduction to Ratios, and Their Relationship to Fractions , (149): The Most Important Thing You Need to Know About Multiplying Fractions: Reduce It Before You Multiply It
Section 3: Units and Ratios: (148): The Rosetta Stones of Mathematics
Section 4: Unit Conversion: (150): Introduction , (151): Simple Unit Conversions Using Cross Multiplication: How It Works
Series IVb
(152): Torrent now available for Series IVa, and an Update(153): Recap of Series I, II, IIIa, IIIb, IVa, and a little Math in Real Life
Section 1: Infinity (My Two Infinities), (#154, #155, #156): Infinity, Part 1 to 3: Until the End of Time and the Universe Explodes; Limits and Asymptotes, Visualizing Infinity; Going Halfway, Travelling from A to B Forever
Section ??: Miscellaneous: (#157): Learning Your Multiplication Table: Two Hand Tricks, (#158): How to Break a Line into Pieces, Odd and Even, Visualizing Fractions , (#159): How to Study: Tip #3: Find Your Happy Space, (#160): How to Study: Tip #4: Create a Schedule, Put Together a To Do List , (#161): How to Study: Tip #5: 20 Steps to Reading a Textbook, (#162): How to Study: Tip #6: When Doing Algebra, Recognize the Problem, Remember the Pattern
Math in Real Life
I. Games
Section 1: Shooting Dice, Playing CrapsII. Personal Finace
Section 1: Time Management
III. Food and Farming
Section 1: Community Supported Agriculture, CSAIV. Food and Fitness

 In the works
V. Economics and Politics

 In the works
VI. Business and Investment

 In the works
VII. Energy and Environment

 In the works
VIII. Art and Design
Section 1: The Art of Dirk MarwigIX. Film and Music (Sight and Sound)

 In the works
X. Science and Technology
XI. Construction and Engineering

 In the works
XII. Miscellaneous
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Tiers
Tier 1
In the future, for those who have joined this level, we'll hold group Q&A sessions, hopefully livestreaming them, where we can talk about almost anything you would like.
Tier 2
In the future, for those who have joined this level, we'll hold group Q&A sessions, hopefully livestreaming them, where we can talk about almost anything you would like.
Tier 3
In the future, for those who have joined this level, we'll hold group Q&A sessions, hopefully livestreaming them, where we can talk about almost anything you would like.
Tier 4
In the future, for those who have joined this level, we'll hold group Q&A sessions, hopefully livestreaming them, where we can talk about almost anything you would like.
Tier 5
In the future, for those who have joined this level, we'll hold group Q&A sessions, hopefully livestreaming them, where we can talk about almost anything you would like.
Tier 6
In the future, for those who have joined this level, we'll hold group Q&A sessions, hopefully livestreaming them, where we can talk about almost anything you would like.
Tier 7
In the future, for those who have joined this level, we'll hold group Q&A sessions, hopefully livestreaming them, where we can talk about almost anything you would like.
Tier 8
In the future, for those who have joined this level, we'll hold group Q&A sessions, hopefully livestreaming them, where we can talk about almost anything you would like.
Tier 9
In the future, for those who have joined this level, we'll hold group Q&A sessions, hopefully livestreaming them, where we can talk about almost anything you would like.
Tier 10
In the future, for those who have joined this level, we'll hold group Q&A sessions, hopefully livestreaming them, where we can talk about almost anything you would like.