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Lecture 3 - History of Planet Earth - ESM 120 (Winter 2023)

Lecture 3. Carl Sagan once stated, “We’re made of star stuff.” Today, we are going to discuss why that phrase is 100% true. This lecture, we will discuss a brief history of our…

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Many Worlds Interpretation of Quantum Mechanics

Advocates of the Many Worlds Interpretation make their pitch. From Veritasium https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kTXTPe3wahc

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14th Joint Math/Stat Colloquium by Brice Menard (JHU)

This is a video recording of the 14th Joint Math/Stat Colloquium (also a part of the MADDD seminar series) by Prof. Brice Menard (Johns Hopkins Univ.) on "Data Science and Science with…

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ECS20 - W22 - Lecture 17 (9T): Counting 2

Lecture 2022-03-01. Review of counting principles. Then, another day of examples, these leading to probability calculations.

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ECS20 - W22 - Lecture 16 (8R): Counting 1

Lecture 2022-02-24. Principles of counting: sum rule, product rule, inclusion/exclusion. Exponentiation, factorial, permutations, and combinations. Lots of examples.

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The Science of Everyday Life

from the BBC

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ECS20 - W22 - Lecture 6 (3R): Sets 1

NOTE: "Typo" in what I wrote on one slide: R={x: x \not\in x}. Basics of sets. The only basic vocabulary is \in and \emptyset. Defining other relations: union, intersection complement,…

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ECS20 - W22 - Lecture 6 (3R): Sets 1 (full)

Basics of sets. The only basic vocabulary is \in and \emptyset. Defining other relations: union, intersection complement, set difference, symmetric difference. Identities and their proofs, including…

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ECS20 - W22 - Lecture 4 (2R): Logic 3

Building a circuit for adding two 64-bit values. Tautologies. A formal system for proving theorem. The completeness and soundness theorems for sentential logic. Adding quantifier: first-order…

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Lecture 3 - History of Planet Earth - ESM 120 (Winter 2022)

Lecture 3. Carl Sagan once stated, “We’re made of star stuff.” Today, we are going to discuss why that phrase is 100% true. This lecture, we will discuss a brief history of our…

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Phy129A-Class19.mp4

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Space Explorer

by Amanda Huang and Derek Neyer

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ECS 120 5c:1 introduction to Turing machines (TM)

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1-20-21: Astro/Cosmo

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Lecture 3 - History of Planet Earth - ESM 120 (Winter 2021)

Lecture 3. Carl Sagan once stated, “We’re made of star stuff.” Today, we are going to discuss why that phrase is 100% true. This lecture, we will discuss a brief history of our…

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mat168-modeling5

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