## Web-Design Competition Sparks International Collaboration >>Narrator: ThinkQuest is a global website building competition for kids nine to nineteen, sponsored by the Oracle Education Foundation. The contest has a few simple rules. Students recruit a coach and form teams of three to six members, either with fellow classmates or with peers from other towns, regions or

## Data Scientist Salary | How to get a Data Scientist job So I will always suggest people, the first company when they’re looking for the data scientist job, They should look the domain that he was working on their own domain and then you can pitch yourself as a candidate that no one else has. Another thing, I always say that

## Worked example: identifying separable equations | AP Calculus AB | Khan Academy – [Sal] Which of the differential equations are separable? And I encourage you to pause this video and see which of these are actually separable. Now, the way that I approach this is I try to solve for the derivative, and if when I solve for the derivative, if I

## Worked example: Motion problems with derivatives | AP Calculus AB | Khan Academy – [Instructor] A particle moves along the x-axis. The function x of t gives the particle’s position at any time t is greater than or equal to zero, and they give us x of t right over here. What is the particle’s velocity v of t at t is equal

## Worked Phillips curves free response question – [Instructor] Assume that the United States economy is currently in a short run equilibrium with the actual unemployment rate above the natural rate of unemployment. Part A says draw a single correctly labeled graph with both the long run Phillips curve and the short run Phillips curve. Label the

## Worked example: recognizing function from Taylor series | Series | AP Calculus BC | Khan Academy – [Instructor] So we’re given this expression is the Taylor series about zero for which of the following functions and they give us some choices here. So let’s just think a little bit about this series that they gave us. So if we were to expand it out, let’s see,

## Worked example: Quotient rule with table | Derivative rules | AP Calculus AB | Khan Academy – [Voiceover] Let f be a function such that f of negative one is equal to three, f prime of negative one is equal to five. Let g be the function g of x is equal to two x to the third power. Let capital F be a function defined

## Worked example: Inflection points from first derivative | AP Calculus AB | Khan Academy – [Voiceover] So we’re told let g be a differentiable function defined over the closed interval from negative six to six. The graph of its derivative, so they’re giving the graphing the derivative of g, g prime is given below. So this isn’t the graph of g. This is the

## Worked example: using recursive formula for arithmetic sequence | High School Math | Khan Academy we are told B of 1 is equal to negative 7 and B of n is equal to B of n minus 1 plus 12 and they’re asking us to find the fourth term in the sequence so what we have up here which you could use a function definition 