• Law of Cosines
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    Law of Cosines

    BAM!!!, Mr. Tarrou. We just got done learning Law of Sines and now we are going to learn another law that allows you to work oblique triangles or non-right triangles. That is the Law of Cosine. Now we need both of these laws because you can’t always do Law of Sines and you can’t always do Law of Cosine. To be able to set up the law of sine, you need to have a matching pair of angle and side. When you have that paring like you know angle A and side a you can set up the law of sine. However, if you don’t have that then hopefully the…

  • ECCO NextGen Global Programme 2020 – Meet Christina
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    ECCO NextGen Global Programme 2020 – Meet Christina

    [MUSIC PLAYING] CHRISTINA: Graduating from university can involve some uncertainty. That was the case for me when I finished my master’s degree in finance. I was still hungry to learn and wanted to challenge myself and find my true passion. So I applied for ECCO’s NextGen program. Looking back, I’m happy that I did, because I’ve been given the chance to define my own career. As an ECCO NextGen, you develop a huge amount of respect for craftsmanship and innovation behind ECCO’s products. You start to see yourself and your role in a broader perspective within a global business setup. So, if you’re ambitious, open to new things, and able…

  • Lincoln’s law: How did the Civil War change the Constitution? | James Stoner | Big Think
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    Lincoln’s law: How did the Civil War change the Constitution? | James Stoner | Big Think

    The United States Constitution is certainly dedicated to the rule of law. John Adams famously said, quoting Harrington who himself is quoting Aristotle or alluding to Aristotle, that the United States aims to establish the rule of law not the rule of men. And the Constitution lays out a number of rules about how governments should act. Some of that is involved in creating new institutions and defining those institutions in a way summoning them into being and some of it is about putting restrictions on institutions that are already there or practices that are unavoidable. So, when does the rule of law and the rule of men or something…

  • 1994: The year in ideas — with Robert Wright and Robert Bork (1994) | THINK TANK
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    1994: The year in ideas — with Robert Wright and Robert Bork (1994) | THINK TANK

    Ben Wattenberg: Hello. I’m Ben Wattenberg. As Richard Weaver once said in his book “Ideas Have Consequences,” ideas have consequences. During this season, other discussion programs look at the major events of the year. Here on “Think Tank,” we want to try something different, to look at the ideas that have been bubbling to the surface, which we will do in precisely 26 and a half minutes. Joining us to discuss the influential ideas of 1994 are Judge Robert Bork, Olin Fellow at the American Enterprise Institute and author of the forthcoming book “Slouching Toward Gomorrah: Modern Liberalism and American Decline”; Robert Wright, author of “The Moral Animal: The New…

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    The secret method to win the lottery jackpot tonight! 8 hours law of attraction and self hypnosis

    This video is going program your mind to attract abundance. It will magnetize your mind to attract massive amount of wealth How would you use the money to improve the lives of the people around you? Write down your wish in the comment section, and watch them come true. The more you comment, like and share this video, the faster your wishes will come true. Also remember to share your success stories in the comment section That way you can inspire others to get rich Take a moment, to wish good luck to all those commented and offer your sincere well wishes to everybody who are watching this video. The…

  • Becoming Equal Under the Law – The Conundrum of Thomas Jefferson
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    Becoming Equal Under the Law – The Conundrum of Thomas Jefferson

    It’s a conundrum: They could write and speak eloquently and with insight about liberty and equality, but they seemed blind to the fact that their slaves were just as freedom-loving as they themselves. They taught them Christianity, so they understood that their slaves had souls, but they never treated them as fully human. I don’t think I’ll ever understand that. In the late 18th century, you see Jefferson himself grappling with slavery. Jefferson calls it a moral depravity. In one instance, late in life around 1824, he writes that slavery is like having a wolf by the ears, where you see the danger of either holding or letting him go.…

  • Gene Scharer for Congress 2020
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    Gene Scharer for Congress 2020

    Hi, my name is Gene Scharer and I am a pro-union progressive Democrat running for Congress in Arizona’s District 6. I was born and raised in Michigan, but I made Arizona my home 33 years ago. I’m running for Congress because the Republican incumbent continually puts the interests of corporations ahead of those of veterans, working people, and retirees. After graduating from the University of Michigan in 1969, I began an honorable 22-year career as a teacher, but that was interrupted when I was drafted in 1971. My brother and I both served as artillerymen in the Army and this resulted in a minor disability for me, but my brother…