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Victoria’s Chance – Full Video

Victoria’s Chance – Full Video

NARRATOR: From small villages in sub-Saharan Africa to the bustling cities of the Asian sub-continent, from Latin American to China and Eastern Europe people everywhere are striving to improve their lives. People seeking the same things: opportunity to learn, an identity and ownership that allows them to prosper, a chance to earn a living for …

❖ Finding Eigenvalues and Eigenvectors : 2 x 2 Matrix Example ❖

❖ Finding Eigenvalues and Eigenvectors : 2 x 2 Matrix Example ❖

Okay in this video. I’m going to look at an example of finding eigenvalues and eigenvectors for a [two-By-two] Matrix so this certainly generalizes [to] any n by n matrix but the the arithmetic can get very tedious especially if you’re [doing] it by hand, but this is the basic process, so To solve for …

What Has No Brain, 720 Sexes, And the Ability To Self-Heal?!

What Has No Brain, 720 Sexes, And the Ability To Self-Heal?!

There’s a brand new organism on display at Le Parc Zoologique de Paris, one that just might win the title of strangest thing in a zoo EVER. Because it’s not an animal. It has no eyes, ears, mouth, or limbs, but it is mobile, it can communicate, it can heal itself and it has nearly …

NOT SPECIAL NEEDS | March 21 – World Down Syndrome Day | #NotSpecialNeeds

NOT SPECIAL NEEDS | March 21 – World Down Syndrome Day | #NotSpecialNeeds

Special needs? Really? It would be “special” if people with Down syndrome needed to eat dinosaur eggs. That would be special. One dinosaur egg. Enjoy. Can I get something else? If we needed to wear a giant suit of armor. That would be special. It would be special if we needed to be massaged by …

Declining Interest Rates as Central Banks Scramble to Prop Up the Stock Market (w/ David Rosenberg)

ED HARRISON: David Rosenberg, we’re here in your town, Toronto, talking to you about what’s happening, about the calls that you made before. But I want to talk also a little bit about Canada and, looking forward, whether or not it’s the same view. Last time we were talking, I think you were talking about …

Credit recovery: A second chance or a second-rate education? | IN 60 SECONDS

Credit recovery: A second chance or a second-rate education? | IN 60 SECONDS

Ready? The US celebrated record high school graduation rates five times in the past five years. But test scores have been flat, raising red flags about grad rate inflation. Of course, schools offer supports to students at risk of not graduating. Chief among them: Credit recovery, makeup classes that give failing students a second chance …

When the Central Banks and Their Monetary Policy Aren’t Enough (w/ Christophe Ollari)

CHRISTOPHE OLLARI: I’m Christophe Ollari and I designed a few years ago a global macro, multi-currency, multi-asset research, and this after roughly 20 years of trading in banks and hedge fund. I think that just even before I’m looking at the details of the ECB package, I think what is very important, it’s a year …

How much Education Loan can I get?

How much Education Loan can I get?

Credila gives education loans covering 100% of the cost of education. Typically the maximum loan you can get in India is 20 lakh rupees, even if your cost of education is higher Credila realize this problem that Indian students were facing as many courses now cost more than 20 lakhs. if required Credila can offer …

Building Hope

Building Hope

I felt like I made it, like I’m here, and I did my best. We all did. The White Mountain Apache Tribe– we’re 17,000+ members strong. We have 26 lakes and over 500 miles of rivers. Our culture is very interesting. It’s a beautiful area. It’s just it’s plagued with many things, but if you …

The Central Banks’ Monetary Policy Is Backfiring (w/ Simon White)

The Central Banks’ Monetary Policy Is Backfiring (w/ Simon White)

SIMON WHITE: My name is Simon White. I’m co-founder of Variant Perception which is a macro-economic research company. Our aim is to look for leading economic relationships so that we can find actionable trading ideas. Really what we’re trying to get away from is a Guru approach to economic research so we’re very data driven, …