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## Fórmulas del Movimiento Rectilíneo Uniforme (MRU)

Articles, Blog 1 CommentHello, how are you? Engineer Angel Suárez speaks to you This video deals with the formulas of the uniform rectilinear movement. There is a fundamental formula in the uniform rectilinear movement, which tells me the following: (d) is equal to (v) multiplied by (t), Another formula is derived from this formula, which tells me: (v)

## Equivalent fractions with models

Articles, Blog 8 Comments– [Instructor] So what we’re going to do in this video is think about equivalent fractions. So let’s say we have the fraction 3/4, and I wanna think about what is an equivalent number of eighths? So 3/4 is equal to how many eighths? And to represent that how many, I could put a question

## Empirical formula from combustion reaction

Articles, Blog 1 Comment– [Instructor] We are told that a sample of a compound containing only carbon and hydrogen atoms is completely combusted, producing 5.65 grams of carbon dioxide and 3.47 grams of H2O or water. What is the empirical formula of the compound? So pause this video and see if you can work through that. All right,

## LearnStorm and Ceiba College Prep

Articles, Blog 7 Comments– [Narrator] Watsonville, California is an agricultural community. We have 98% of our students are Latino and about 90% of our students speak Spanish as their first language. Teachers cannot do their job alone. They need to have resources because every class that they receive, which is usually between 25 and 30, has a variety

## Mixed number addition with regrouping

Articles, Blog 0 Comments– [Narrator] Let’s see if we can add five and 2/5 to three and 4/5. Pause this video and see if you can figure out what this is. All right, now let’s do this together. We’ve had a little bit of practice adding mixed numbers in the past. And so one way to think about

## Empirical formula from mass composition

Articles, Blog 1 Comment– [Instructor] Let’s say that we have some type of a container that has some type of mystery molecule in it. So that’s my mystery molecule there. And we’re able to measure the composition of the mystery molecule by mass. We’re able to see that it is 73% by mass mercury and by mass it