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 - Geometry Sect 1 - Lines, Rays, and PlanesSect 2 - Working with Angles Sect 3 - Complimentary and Supplementary Angles                                        Sect 4 - Working with Intersecting Lines Sect 5 - Types of TrianglesSect 6 - Congruent TrianglesSect 7 - The Pythagorean Theorem Sect 8 - Introduction to Polygons Sect 9 - QuadrilateralsSect 10 - Similar TrianglesSect 11 - Perimeter Sect 12 - Area of Rectangles Sect 13 - Area of ParallelogramsSect 14 - Area of TrianglesSect 15 - Area of TrapezoidsSect 16 - Area of PrismsSect 17 - Volume of Prisms and PyramidsSect 18 - Circles and Circular Figures Sect 19 - Cylinders, Cones, and SpheresSect 20 - Geometric Proofs - Trigonometry and Pre-Calculus, Volume 1 Sect 1: Complex Numbers Sect 2: Exponential FunctionsSect 3: Logarithmic FunctionsSect 4: Solving Exponential and Logarithmic EquationsSect 5: Angles Sect 6: Find Trig Functions w/ Triangles Sect 7: Finding Trig Functions Using The Unit CircleSect 8: Graphing Trig FunctionsSect 9: Trig IdentitiesTrigonometry and Pre-Calculus, Volume 2 Sect 1 - Fundamental Trig Identities - Part 1Sect 2 - Fundamental Trig Identitles - Part 2Sect 3 - Pythagorean Trig Identities - Part 1Sect 4 - Pythagorean Trig Identities - Part 2Sect 5 - Pythagorean Trig Identities - Part 3Sect 6 - Solving Trig Equations - Part 1Sect 7 - Solving Trig Equatiosn - Part 2Sect 8 - Cofunction and Even/Odd Trig Identities  Sect 9 - Addition and Subtraction Trig Identities - Part 1Sect 10 - Addition and Subtraction Trig Identities - Part 2Sect 11 - Double Angle Trig IdentitiesSect 12 - Squaring Trig IdentitiesSect 13 - Half Angle Trig IdentitiesSect 14 - Product-to-Sum Trig IdentitiesSect 15 - Sum-to-Product Trig IdentitiesSect 16 - The Law of Sines - Part 1Sect 17 - The Law of Sines - Part 2Sect 18 - The Law of Cosines - Part 1 Sect 19 - The Law of Cosines - Part 2

 - Calculus 1 Section 1: What Is A Derivative?Section 2: The Derivative Defined As A LimitSection 3: Differentiation Formulas Section 4: Derivatives Of Trigonometric FunctionsSection 5: The Chain RuleSection 6: Higher Order Derivatives Section 7: Related RatesSection 8: Curve Sketching Using Derivatives Section 9: Introduction To IntegralsSection 10: Solving IntegralsSection 11: Integration By SubstitutionSection 12: Calculating Volume With IntegralsSection 13: Derivatives and Integrals Of ExponentialsSection 14: Derivatives Of Logarithms Section 15: Integration By PartsSection 16: Integration By Trig SubstitutionSection 17: Improper Integrals  - Calculus 2Section 1: Inverse Trigonometric FunctionsSection 2: Derivatives of Inverse Trigonometric FunctionsSection 3: Hyperbolic FunctionsSection 4: Inverse Hyperbolic FunctionsSection 5: L'Hospital's RuleSection 6: Trigonometric Integrals Section 7: Integration By Partial FractionsSection 8: Arc LengthSection 9: Area Of A Surface Of RevolutionSection 10: Parametric EquationsSection 11: Arc Length In Parametric EquationsSection 12: Surface Area Of Revolution In Parametric Equations                                          Section 13: Polar CoordinatesSection 14: Polar EquationsSection 15: Area And Length In Polar CoordinatesSection 16: SequencesSection 17: SeriesSection 18: Integral Test Of Series ConvergenceSection 19: Comparison Tests Of Series ConvergenceSection 20: Alternating Series Test Of ConvergenceSection 21: Ratio and Root Test Of Series Convergence - Calculus 3, Vol 1 Sect 1: 3D Cartesian CoordinatesSect 2: Introduction To VectorsSect 3: The Vector Dot ProductSect 4: The Vector Cross ProductSect 5: Vector Valued Functions Sect 6: Multivariable Functions And Partial Derivatives Sect 7: The Chain Rule For Partial DerivativesSect 8: The Directional Derivative Sect 9: The GradientSect 10: Double Integrals Sect 11: Double Integrals In Polar Coordinates -Calculus 3, Vol 2 Section 1: Triple Integrals Section 2: Triple Integrals In Cylindrical Coordinates Section 3: Triple Integrals In Spherical CoordinatesSection 4: Divergence And Curl Of A Vector FieldSection 5: Line Integrals  Section 6: Line Integrals In A Vector FieldSection 7: Alternative Form Of Line Integrals In Vector FieldsSection 8: Fundamental Theorem Of Line Integrals Section 9: Green's TheoremSection 10: Surface IntegralsSection 11: Flux IntegralsSection 12: Stokes TheoremSection 13: The Divergence Theorem - Differential Equations, Vol 1 Section 1: What is a Differential Equation?Section 2: Solving Elementary Differential EquationsSection 3: Separation of Variables Solution Method Section 4: First Order Variation of Parameters, Part 1Section 5: First Order Variation of Parameters, Part 2Section 6: Exact Differential EquationsSection 7: Existence and Uniqueness TheoremSection 8: Graphing Solutions to First Order EquationsSection 9: Applications - Mixing Problems Section 10: Applications - Newton’s Law of CoolingSection 11: Applications - Circuit Problems, Part 1Section 12: Applications - Circuit Problems, Part 2 - Calculus 1 Practice with DerivativesSection 1: Basic Derivatives – Part 1 Section 2: Basic Derivatives – Part 2Section 3: Product Rule of Differentiation – Part 1Section 4: Product Rule of Differentiation – Part 2Section 5: Quotient Rule of Differentiation – Part 1Section 6: Quotient Rule of Differentiation – Part 2Section 7: Derivatives of Trig Functions – Part 1Section 8: Derivatives of Trig Functions – Part 2Section 9: The Chain Rule – Part 1 Section 10: The Chain Rule – Part 2Section 11: Higher Order Derivatives – Part 1Section 12: Higher Order Derivatives – Part 2Section 13 – Implicit Differentiation – Part 1Section 14 – Implicit Differentiation – Part 2Section 15: Related Rates – Part 1Section 16: Related Rates – Part 2Section 17: Related Rates – Part 3Section 18: Derivatives of the Natural Log FunctionSection 19: Derivatives of the Natural Exponential FunctionSection 20: Derivatives of General Exponential and Log Functions- Calculus 1 Practice with Integration, Vol 1 Section 1: What is an Integral? Section 2: Fundamental Theorem of Calculus, Part 1Section 3: Fundamental Theorem of Calculus, Part 2Section 4: Properties of the IntegralSection 5: Integrating Polynomials, Part 1 Section 6: Integrating Polynomials, Part 2Section 7: Integrating Polynomials, Part 3Section 8: Integration of Trig Functions, Part 1 Section 9: Integration of Trig Functions, Part 2 Section 10: Integration of Trig Functions, Part 3 Section 11: Integration by Substitution, Part 1 Section 12: Integration by Substitution, Part 2 Section 13: Integration by Substitution, Part 3 Section 14: Integration by Substitution, Part 4Section 15: The Logarithm as an Integral, Part 1Section 16: The Logarithm as an Integral, Part 2 Section 17: The Logarithm as an Integral, Part 3 Section 18: Integrals of Exponential Functions, Part 1 Section 19: Integrals of Exponential Functions, Part 2 Section 20: Integrals of Exponential Functions, Part 3 Calculus 1 Practice with Integration, Vol 2 Section 1: Area Between Two Curves, Part 1  Section 2: Area Between Two Curves, Part 2 Section 3: Calculating Volume with Integrals Using Cross-Sections Section 4: Calculating Volume - Disk Method, Part 1  Section 5: Calculating Volume - Disk Method, Part 2 Section 6: Calculating Volume - Disk Method, Part 3 Section 7: Calculating Volume - Washer Method, Part 1  Section 8: Calculating Volume - Washer Method, Part 2 Section 9: Calculating Volume - Washer Method, Part 3 Section 10: Calculating Volume with the Shell Method, Part 1 Section 11: Calculating Volume with the Shell Method, Part 2 Section 12: Calculating Volume with the Shell Method, Part 3 Section 13: Calculating the Surface Area of an Object Section 14: Integration by Parts, Part 1 Section 15: Integration by Parts, Part 2 Section 16: Integration by Parts, Part 3 Section 17: Integration by Parts, Part 4 Section 18: Integration by Parts, Part 5 Section 19: Integration by Parts, Part 6 Section 20: Integration by Parts, Part 7 - Differential Equations, Vol 2 Sect 1: Intro to Higher Order Differential Equations (ODEs)Sect 2: Identifying Linear ODEs Sect 3: Solving Elementary Higher Order ODEsSect 4: The Linear Differential Operator Sect 5: The Wronskian Test For Linearly Independent SolutionsSect 6: Wronskian Problems Sect 7: Homogeneous ODEs - Constant Coefficients & Real Roots – Part 1Sect 8: Part 2 of AboveSect 9: Part 3 of AboveSect 10: Homogeneous ODEs - Constant Coefficients & Complex Roots – Part 1Sect 11: Part 2 of AboveSect 12: Part 3 of AboveSect 13: Non-Homogeneous ODEs – Undetermined Coefficients – Part 1Sect 14: Part 2 of AboveSect 15: Part 3 of Above Sect 16: Part 4 of AboveSect 17: Part 5 of AboveSect 18: Part 6 of AboveSect 19: Non-Homogeneous ODEs – Variation of Parameters – Part 1Sect 20: Part 2 of AboveSect 21: Part 3 of AboveSect 22: Part 4 of Above

 - Chemistry 1, Vol 1Section 1: Introduction to ChemistrySection 2: Units and Unit Conversions Section 3: Significant Figures in Calculations Section 4: TemperatureSection 5: DensitySection 6: Atomic Theory of Matter: Part 1 Section 7: Atomic Theory of Matter: Part 2Section 8: Atomic Theory of Matter: Part 3Section 9: Atomic Number, Mass Number, and IsotopesSection 10: Atomic Mass of an Element Section 11: Overview of the Periodic TableSection 12: Naming Molecular CompoundsSection 13: Ions and Ionic ChargeSection 14: Ionic Compounds Section 15: Ionic Compounds with Polyatomic IonsSection 16: Hydrate Compounds- Chemistry 1, Vol 3 Sect 1: Electrical Properties of Aqueous SolutionsSect 2: Calculating Ion Concentrations in SolutionsSect 3: Strong and Weak Acids Sect 4: Strong and Weak Bases Sect 5: Acid-Base Reactions and Net Ionic Equations - Part 1Sect 6: Acid-Base Reactions and Net Ionic Equations - Part 2Sect 7: Acid-Base Titrations - Part 1Sect 8: Acid-Base Titrations - Part 2Sect 9: Acid-Base Titrations - Part 3Sect 10: Acid-Base Titrations - Part 4Sect 11: Acid-Base Titrations - Part 5 Sect 12: Acid-Base Titrations - Part 6Sect 13: Acid-Base Titrations - Part 7Sect 14: Solubility of Ionic CompoundsSect 15: Precipitation Reactions and Net Ionic Equations - Part 1                        Sect 16: Precipitation Reactions and Net Ionic Equations - Part 2- Unit ConversionsSection 1 - Scientific NotationSection 2 - The Metric System and SI UnitsSection 3 - Unit Conversions Involving Length Section 4 - Unit Conversions Involving AreaSection 5 - Unit Conversions Involving VolumeSection 6 - Unit Conversions Involving SpeedSection 7 - Unit Conversions Involving Mass and WeightSection 8 - Unit Conversions Involving Density - Chemistry 1, Vol 2 Sect 1: Molecular Mass and Formula MassSect 2: Avogadro's Number and the Mole - Part 1Sect 3: Avogadro's Number and the Mole - Part 2Sect 4: Percent Mass and Empirical Formulas - Part 1 Sect 5: Percent Mass and Empirical Formulas - Part 2 Sect 6: Writing and Balancing Chemical Reactions - Part 1Sect 7: Writing and Balancing Chemical Reactions - Part 1Sect 8: Reaction Stoichiometry - Part 1 Sect 9: Reaction Stoichiometry - Part 2Sect 10: Limiting Reactants - Part 1 Sect 11: Limiting Reactants - Part 2Sect 12: Percent Yield in Chemical Reactions Sect 13: Molar Concentration of Solutions - Part 1Sect 14: Molar Concentration of Solutions - Part 2Sect 15: Dilution of SolutionsSect 16: Solutions in Chemical Reactions - Part 1Sect 17: Solutions in Chemical Reactions - Part 2 - Chemistry 1, Vol 4 Sect 1: What is Oxidation and Reduction?Sect 2: Writing Half Reactions for Redox Reactions, Part 1Sect 3: Writing Half Reactions for Redox Reactions, Part 2Sect 4: Identifying Oxidation and Reduction, Part 1Sect 5: Identifying Oxidation and Reduction from Half Reactions, Part 2Sect 6: Introduction to Oxidation NumbersSect 7: Rules to Assign Oxidation NumbersSect 8: Finding Oxidation Numbers, Part 1 Sect 9: Finding Oxidation Numbers, Part 2 Sect 10: Finding Oxidation Numbers, Part 3Sect 11: Change in Oxidation Numbers, Part 1Sect 12: Change in Oxidation Numbers, Part 2Sect 13: Change in Oxidation Numbers, Part 3Sect 14: Balancing Redox Reactions, Part 1Sect 15: Balancing Redox Reactions, Part 2Sect 16: Balancing Redox Reactions in Acidic Solution, Part 1Sect 17: Balancing Redox Reactions in Acidic Solution, Part 2Sect 18: Balancing Redox Reactions in Acidic Solution, Part 3Sect 19: Balancing Redox Reactions in Acidic Solution, Part 4 Sect 20: Balancing Redox Reactions in Acidic Solution, Part 5Sect 21: Balancing Redox Reactions in Acidic Solution, Part 6Sect 22: Balancing Redox Reactions in Acidic Solution, Part 7Sect 23: Balancing Redox Reactions in Neutral SolutionSect 24: Balancing Redox Reactions in Basic Solution, Part 1Sect 25: Balancing Redox Reactions in Basic Solution, Part 2Sect 26: Balancing Redox Reactions in Basic Solution, Part 3Sect 27: Redox Stoichiometry, Part 1Sect 28: Redox Stoichiometry, Part 2Sect 29: Activity Series for Redox Reactions, Part 1 Sect 30: Activity Series for Redox Reactions, Part 2

 - Physics 1 (Newtonian Motion, Work, Energy) Section 1: Velocity And Acceleration In One DimensionSection 2: Equations Of Motion In One DimensionSection 3: Scalars And VectorsSection 4: Projectile MotionSection 5: Newton's Laws Of MotionSection 6: Newton's Laws Of Motion With FrictionSection 7: Work Section 8: Kinetic Energy And The Work-Energy Theorem                                   Section 9: Potential Energy And Energy ConservationSection 10: Power  Section 11: Momentum And ImpulseSection 12: Conservation Of MomentumSection 13: Inelastic And Elastic CollisionsSection 14: Angular Speed And Angular Acceleration Section 15: Rotational Equations Of MotionSection 16: Tangental Speed And Centripetal ForceSection 17: Gravitation And Kepler's Laws Of MotionSection 18: TorqueSection 19: Rotational EquilibriumSection 20: Angular Acceleration & Moment Of InertiaSection 21: Angular MomentumSection 22: Density And PressureSection 23: They Buoyant ForceSection 24: The Bernoulli Equation - Physics 3, Vol 1 (Electric Fields) Section 1: Electric Charge and Coulomb's Law Section 2: Electric Field due to a Point ChargeSection 3: Electric Field due to a dipole Section 4: Electric Field due to a Charged RingSection 5: Gauss' Law, Part 1 Section 6: Gauss' Law, Part 2 Section 7: Gauss' Law, Cylindrical SymmetrySection 8: Gauss' Law, Planar SymmetrySection 9: Gauss' Law, Spherical SymmetrySection 10: Electric Potential, Part 1  Section 11: Electric Potential, Part 2Section 12: Electric Potential of Point ChargesSection 13: Electric Potential of a Dipole                 and Continuous Charge Distributions - Physics 2, Vol 1 (Thermodynamics) Section 1: Thermometers and Temperature ScalesSection 2: Expansion and Contraction of Materials Section 3: Kinetic Theory of Gases Section 4: Heat Section 5: Latent Heat and Phase ChangeSection 6: Heat Transfer by Convection, Radiation, and ConductionSection 7: Work, Heat, and PV Diagrams Section 8: The First Law of Thermodynamics Section 9: Heat Engines and the Second Law of ThermodynamicsSection 10: RefrigeratorsSection 11: Entropy - Physics 2, Vol 2 (Oscillations and Waves) Section 1: Oscillations and Simple Harmonic Motion - Pt 1Section 2: Oscillations and Simple Harmonic Motion - Pt 2 Section 3: Conservation of Energy in Simple Harmonic MotionSection 4: Pendulums and ResonanceSection 5: Transverse Waves - Part 1 Section 6: Transverse Waves - Part 2Section 7: Superposition and Interference of WavesSection 8: Standing Waves and Resonance - Part 1Section 9: Standing Waves and Resonance - Part 2 Section 10: Speed of Sound Waves Section 11: Traveling WavesSection 12: Sound Intensity and Sound LevelSection 13: Doppler Shift  - Physics 3, Vol 2 (Capacitors and Magnetic Fields) Sect 1: The CapacitorSect 2: Capacitor ProblemsSect 3: Capacitors in Circuits, Part 1Sect 4: Capacitors in Circuits, Part 2Sect 5: Energy Storage in a Capacitor  Sect 6: Capacitors with a Dielectric, Part 1Sect 7: Capacitors with a Dielectric, Part 2Sect 8: Electric Current and Current Density, Part 1Sect 9: Electric Current and Current Density, Part 2Sect 10: The Magnetic FieldSect 11: Magnetic Force on a Charged Particle, Part 1 Sect 12: Magnetic Force on a Charged Particle, Part 2 Sect 13: Equations of an Orbiting Charge in a Magnetic FieldSect 14: Magnetic Confinement and the Earth's AuroraSect 15: Orbiting Charges in a Magnetic FieldSect 16: Magnetic Force on a Current Carrying Wire, Part 1Sect 17: Magnetic Force on a Current Carrying Wire, Part 2Sect 18: Magnetic Force on a Current Carrying Wire, Part 3Sect 19: Magnetic Torque on a Current Loop (Electric Motors)

 - Probability and Statistics Section 1: Permutations Section 2: CombinationsSection 3: Fundamentals of ProbabilitySection 4: Addition Rules of Probability  Section 5: Conditional ProbabilitySection 6: Bayes' TheoremSection 7: Mathematical ExpectationSection 8: Mean, Median, and ModeSection 9: Standard Deviation and VarianceSection 10: Random Variables and Introduction to Probability Distributions      Section 11: The Binomial Probability DistributionSection 12: Mean and Standard Deviation of the Binomial DistributionSection 13: The Poisson Probability DistributionSection 14: The Normal Probability Density - Mastering Statistics, Vol 2 Section 1: Intro to this CourseSection 2: Random Variables and Discrete Probability DistributionsSection 3: The Normal Probability DistributionSection 4: Properties of the Normal Distribution  Section 5: The Area Under the Normal DistributionSection 6: The Standard Normal DistributionSection 7: Practice with the Standard Normal DistributionSection 8: Using a Z-Chart Table, Part 1Section 9: Using a Z-Chart Table, Part 2Section 10: Using a Z-Chart Table, Part 3 Section 11: Using a Z-Chart Table, Part 4Section 12: Finding Probability using a Normal Distribution, Part 1Section 13: Finding Probability using a Normal Distribution, Part 2Section 14: Finding Probability using a Normal Distribution, Part 3 Section 15: Finding Probability using a Normal Distribution, Part 4 Section 16: Finding Probability using a Normal Distribution, Part 5Section 17: Finding Z-Values with a Normal Distribution, Part 1Section 18: Finding Z-Values with a Normal Distribution, Part 2Section 19: Finding Z-Values with a Normal Distribution, Part 3 Section 20: Finding Z-Values with a Normal Distribution, Part 4 - Mastering Statistics, Vol 1 Section 1: Introduction to StatisticsSection 2: Populations and SamplesSection 3: Descriptive Vs. Inferential StatisticsSection 4: Applying Definitions to Statistics  Section 5: The Frequency DistributionSection 6: Relative and Cumulative Frequency DistributionsSection 7: Pie Charts, Bar Graphs, and Pareto ChartsSection 8: HistogramsSection 9: Stem and Leaf DiagramsSection 10: Population Mean and Sample Mean Section 11: Calculating MeansSection 12: Median and ModeSection 13: Data RangeSection 14: Population and Sample Variance Section 15: Calculating Variance Section 16: Population and Sample Standard DeviationSection 17: Calculating Standard DeviationSection 18: Coefficient of VariationSection 19: Standard Deviation of Frequency Data Section 20: Empirical Rule of Standard Deviation Section 21: Empirical Rule ProblemsSection 22: Chebyshev's Theorem of Standard DeviationSection 23: Quartiles of DataSection 24: Box and Whisker Plots Section 25: Standard Score (z-Score)

 - Engineering Circuit Analysis, Vol 1Sect 1: Voltage, Current, and Resistance Sect 2: Overview of Circuit ComponentsSect 3: Ohm's Law Sect 4: Power Calculations in CircuitsSect 5: Kirchhoff's Current Law Sect 6: Kirchhoff's Voltage LawSect 7: Circuit Analysis using Kirchhoff's Laws - Part 1 Sect 8: Circuit Analysis using Kirchhoff's Laws - Part 2Sect 9: Circuit Analysis using Kirchhoff's Laws - Part 3Sect 10: Circuit Analysis using Kirchhoff's Laws - Part 4Sect 11: Circuit Analysis using Kirchhoff's Laws - Part 5Sect 12: Circuit Analysis using Kirchhoff's Laws - Part 6 Sect 13: Circuit Analysis using Kirchhoff's Laws - Part 7Sect 14: Dependent Current Sources - Part 1Sect 15: Dependent Current Sources - Part 2Sect 16: Resistors in Series and Parallel - Part 1Sect 17: Resistors in Series and Parallel - Part 2Sect 18: Voltage Divider Circuits - Part 1 Sect 19: Voltage Divider Circuits - Part 2 Sect 20: Current Divider Circuits- Engineering Circuit Analysis, Vol 3 Sect 1: Source Transformations - Part 1Sect 2: Source Transformations - Part 2Sect 3: Source Transformations - Part 3Sect 4: Source Transformations - Part 4Sect 5: Thevenin Equivalent Circuits - Part 1 Sect 6: Thevenin Equivalent Circuits - Part 2 Sect 7: Thevenin Equivalent Circuits - Part 3Sect 8: Thevenin Equivalent Circuits - Part 4Sect 9: Thevenin Equivalents with Depdendent Sources - Part 1Sect 10: Thevenin Equivalents with Dependent Sources - Part 2Sect 11: Thevenin Equivalents with Dependent Sources - Part 3                          Sect 12: Norton Equivalent Circuits - Part 1 Sect 13: Norton Equivalent Circuits - Part 2Sect 14: Norton Equivalent Circuits - Part 3Sect 15: Maximum Power Transfer - Part 1 Sect 16: Maximum Power Transfer - Part 2Sect 17: Superposition in Circuits - Part 1Sect 18: Superposition in Circuits - Part 2Sect 19: Superposition in Circuits - Part 3 - Engineering Circuit Analysis, Vol 5 Sect 1: Introduction to Natural and Step Response Sect 2: Natural Response of LR Circuits Sect 3: Time Constant of LR Circuits Sect 4: LR Natural Response Circuit Problems, Part 1 Sect 5: LR Natural Response Circuit Problems, Part 2 Sect 6: LR Natural Response Circuit Problems, Part 3 Sect 7: Natural Response of RC Circuits Sect 8: RC Natural Response Circuit Problems, Part 1 Sect 9: RC Natural Response Circuit Problems, Part 2 Sect 10: Step Response of LR Circuits Sect 11: LR Step Response Circuit Problem Sect 12: Step Response of RC Circuits Sect 13: RC Step Response Circuit Problem Sect 14: General Solution of Step and Natural Response Sect 15: Use General Form to Solve Problems - Engineering Circuit Analysis, Vol 2 Sect 1: Introduction to the Node Voltage Method Sect 2: Node Voltage Problems - Part 1Sect 3: Node Voltage Problems - Part 2Sect 4: Node Voltage Problems - Part 3Sect 5: Node Voltage Problems - Part 4Sect 6: Node Voltage Problems - Part 5 Sect 7: Node Voltage with Dependent Sources - Part 1Sect 8: Node Voltage with Dependent Sources - Part 2Sect 9: Node Voltage with Dependent Sources - Part 3Sect 10: Introduction to the Mesh Current Method Sect 11: Mesh Current Problems - Part 1Sect 12: Mesh Current Problems - Part 2 Sect 13: Mesh Current Problems - Part 3Sect 14: Mesh Current Problems - Part 4Sect 15: Mesh Currents with Dependent Sources - Part 1Sect 16: Mesh Currents with Dependent Sources - Part 2Sect 17: Mesh Currents with Dependent Sources - Part 3Sect 18: Mesh Currents with Dependent Sources - Part 4 - Engineering Circuit Analysis, Vol 4 Sect 1: Voltage Across an Inductor - Part 1Sect 2: Voltage Across an Inductor - Part 2Sect 3: Current Through an Inductor - Part 1Sect 4: Current Through an Inductor - Part 2Sect 5: Power and Energy in an Inductor, Part 1Sect 6: Power and Energy in an Inductor, Part 2 Sect 7 Power and Energy in an Inductor - Part 3Sect 8: Current Through a Capacitor  Sect 9: Voltage, Power, and Energy Storage in a CapacitorSect 10: Capacitor Problems - Part 1Sect 11: Capacitor Problems - Part 2Sect 12: Inductors and Capacitors in Series and ParallelSect 13: Series and Parallel Circuits - Part 1Sect 14: Series and Parallel Circuits - Part 1Sect 15: Series and Parallel Circuits - Part 3Sect 16: Series and Parallel Circuits - Part 4Sect 17: Series and Parallel Circuits - Part 5

 - Matlab Software Tutorial: Essential Skills 1. Introduction Sect 1: Overview of the User Interface - Part 1 Sect 2: Overview of the User Interface - Part 2 Sect 3: Overview of the User Interface - Part 3 Sect 4: Using the Help Menus   2. Basic Calculations Sect 5: Basic Arithmetic and Order of Operations   Sect 6: Exponents and Scientific Notation Sect 7: Working with Fractions and the Symbolic Math Toolbox - Part 1 Sect 8: Working with Fractions and the Symbolic Math Toolbox - Part 2 3. Working with Variables Sect 9: Defining and Using Variables   Sect 10: Adding Comments to your Code Sect 11: Clearing Variables Sect 12: Adjusting the Display Precision for Calculations   Sect 13: Creating and Storing Symbolic Variables Sect 14: Using Symbolic Variables in Calculations  4. Essential Mathematical Functions Sect 15: Factorials, Square Roots, and Nth Roots   Sect 16: Trigonometric Functions and their Inverses Sect 17: Hyperbolic Functions Sect 18: Exponentials and Logarithms   5. Working with Complex Numbers Sect 19: Basic Calculations with Complex Numbers   Sect 20: Calculating the Magnitude and Angle of Complex Numbers Sect 21: Trig Functions and Logarithms with Complex Numbers Sect 22: Complex Numbers and the Symbolic Math Toolbox   6. Working with Vectors Sect 23: Inputting Vectors and Extracting Components Sect 24: Adding and Subtracting Vectors and Multiplying Vectors by a Scalar Sect 25: Calculating the Vector Dot Product and Cross Product Sect 26: Finding the Length and Sum of a Vector Sect 27: Extracting a Subset of Vector Elements Sect 28: Creating Vectors with Evenly Spaced Elements Sect 29: Joining Vectors Together Sect 30: Multiplying and Dividing Vectors Element-by-Element Sect 31: Applying Math Functions Element-by-Element Sect 32: Creating Vectors with Random Elements Sect 33: Calculating Mean, Median, and Standard Deviation of Data in a Vector         Sect 34: Working with Vectors using the Symbolic Math Toolbox 7. Working with Matrices Sect 35: Inputting Matrices and Extracting Elements - Part 1 Sect 36: Inputting Matrices and Extracting Elements - Part 2 Sect 37: Adding and Subtracting Matrices Sect 38: Multiplying Matrices Sect 39: Multiplying and Dividing Matrices Element-by-Element Sect 40: Finding the Matrix Length, Size, and Sum of Elements Sect 41: Joining Matrices Together Sect 42: Applying Mathematical Functions to Matrices Sect 43: Creating an Identity Matrix Sect 44: Matrix Transpose, Diagonal Elements, and LU Decomposition Sect 45: Solving a System of Equations using Matrix Row Reductions Sect 46: Matrix Determinant, Inverse, Trace, Rank, and Solving Linear Systems Sect 47: Matrix Norm, Eigenvalues, and the Characteristic Polynomial Sect 48: Matrices and the Symbolic Math Toolbox 8. Algebraic Calculations Sect 49: Solving Algebraic Equations Sect 50: Solving Systems of Linear Equations Sect 51: Solving Algebraic Equations Symbolically Sect 52: Solving Systems of Algebraic Equations Symbolically Sect 53: Defining Mathematical Functions 9. Calculus Calculations Sect 54: Taking Derivatives in Calculus Sect 55: Evaluating Derivatives at a Point Sect 56: Taking Partial Derivatives in Calculus Sect 57: Indefinite and Definite Integrals Sect 58: Taking Limits in Calculus 10. Basic Graphing Sect 59: Basic Scatter Plots Sect 60: Plotting Functions Sect 61: Changing Plot Appearance