Tips on problem-solving, with examples from geometry, trig, and probability.
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Notes by Ngân Vũ:
50:35, there should be a dx in the integral
54:40, if you notice the mistake here and are inclined to complain, keep watching
Video timeline (thanks to user "noonesperfect")
0:34 9-Problem Solving Principles/Tip
1:15 Question 1 (Probability)
2:08 Who is Ben Eater?
4:25 Inscribed angle theorem, θL=2*θs
8:16 Question 2
9:34 Answer 2
22:48 Question 3
25:56 Answer 3 (Marked incorrectly, Answer: Option D)
26:31 Answer 1
27:28 Explanation for Q1, Floor function
33:36 Question 4
34:43 Answer 4
36:37 Question 5
38:10 Answer 5
41:48 Probability graph in Desmos
44:08 Revisiting an alternating series sum for ln(2)
55:23 Audience questions through tweets
58:29 Python programming for various probability question
1:04:31 Arts created using Desmos graph tool with mathematical expressions
1:05:54 Thank you, appreciation to the team and all.
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