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    A simple introduction

    Hello, I am a Math major that is thinking about making simple academic vlogs. I came here to help others with math, explore some more advanced topics and get ideas for my videos.

    Any topics you'd like to see me make a video about? Any channel name suggestions, as I have not created the channel yet.

    Although math and science are my main interests, topics could range from philosophy and religion to political science.

    Any suggestions/advice would be appreciated.

    Sincerely,

    Reed
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    Re: A simple introduction

    Hi Reed, welcome to Math Help Forum!

    I would be curious to hear more about your academic video logs, sounds very interesting indeed!
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    Re: A simple introduction

    I'll keep everyone posted. For now, here is my channel name. VideosFromMyMind - YouTube
    I just got a camera and Whiteboard today, so I should begin recording soon.
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    Re: A simple introduction

    Hello, I need to practice up on my algebra to earn my GED anyone have any suggestions for me as well?
    I think you should make a detailed video explaining a problem like in algebra it's not as simple as it looks,you can't just add all the numbers together,list common problems people have with it too, I don't like people explaining that you just add two plus two to make it four i want them to go really detailed into the topic describing why adding two to two actually makes it four.
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    Re: A simple introduction

    I can do that. With the GED covering such a large area, is there anything more specific you'd like to see?

    I can definitely go into detail. I love to start from the building blocks of math, like counting, and work up to the more complex areas.
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    Re: A simple introduction

    Hi I am teaching a MATH CLEP prep course and I am having trouble on ways to describe how to solve some of the problems on the practice test....I am requesting help...Thanks!
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    Re: A simple introduction

    What level CLEP course are you teaching? I'm sure I could come up with something to help you. Would you be able to give me some examples of the problems?
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    Re: A simple introduction

    the video blog site is a very good idea that should be taken into account seriously.






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