Writing the equation of a line using the formula y = mx +c Part 2

 

Juice Layer

How to find the bearings using sohcahtoa

Thank you. 

Roslin Jane

Finding equation of a curve from the gradient function using integration

Thank you soo much.. Its so helpful!! :) Lifesaver!! you rock 

Rylie'x

Proof and application of area of sector when angle of sector is measured in radians

Please explain, why did we divide both sides of the equal sign by 2pi? Thank you so much, this video is amazing. 

in0sanity

Proof of derivative of ln(x) by first principle.

Awesome video everything is explained very clearly thank you!  

Júlio Delgado

Integration of Sin^5x

Very good teacher, T.Y.:) 

Anshul Jindal

Factorising cyclic expression x^2(y-z)+y^2(z-x)+z^2(x-y)

Thank you for this informative video!! Could you make a video describing how we you would factorise:a^4(b-c) + b^4(c-a) c^4(a-b) Thank you in advance!! 

TheDodoBro

NCEA Level 2 Algebra Excellence question Finding the radius of a circle

Thank you, watching this helped me understand something I didn't get taught in class/missed in class. I never knew that you'd be able to use b(squared)-4ac to be used to figure out an unknown that's in a quadratic equation. 

James S

Integration of 1/ sqrt (x^2+a^2)dx

THanks Very few people take on the more complex problems, And certainly it is not obvious from the books how the answer comes about. How the 1/a becomes part of the C is subtle 

Ally Gator-pi

Related rate of change problem - A 5 cm cylinder filled constantly at the rate of 4 cm^3/sec

I tried doing this myself first. couldnt get it. thanks for the explanation 

Mark Hannington

Writing equation of a parabola from the graph using the form y=k(x-a)(x-b) or y=k(x±b)^2±c

Very well explained, helped a lot. Thanks 

Salma El Azhary

Related rate of change problem - A 5 cm cylinder filled constantly at the rate of 4 cm^3/sec

great job! you are the only one who made me finally understand :)Thank you 

conzy2704

Rearranging formula to make x the subject of the formula

thanks. this will definitely help me pass my maths test 

corncerial

Finding the coordinates of points on a curve with a given gradient

thank you sir for such helpful video, you have saved hundreds of student's head ache 

emelizaaro

Finding equation of a curve from the gradient function using integration

You've literally saved my life, thank you!