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2008 Bank bailout

In 2008, the entire financial system was at a potential breaking point because of a popping housing bubble. This tutorial breaks down how the government attempted to address this...

2011-2012 Greek Debt Crisis

The Greek government incurred debt beyond its means but didn't have control over its own currency to inflate away its obligations. From austerity, to a bailout, to leaving the...

2013 AMC 10 A

2D divergence theorem

Using Green's theorem (which you should already be familiar with) to establish that the "flux" through the boundary of a region is equal to the double integral of the divergence...

2D divergence theorem

A beginner's guide to contemporary art

Artists first represented the human body more than 30,000 years ago and havenâ€™t stopped since. Figurative art has been a continuous tradition through human history. Even in...

A beginner's guide to the Baroque

A beginner's guide to the Renaissance

No, not the color and not the wine! In the 15th century, the duchy of Burgundy was one of the most powerful regions in Europe, and stretched from what is today central France up to...

A beginner's guide to the medieval period

An overview of Europe in the middle ages.

A system for solving the King's problems

Whether in the real world or a cliche fantasy one, systems of equations are key to solving super-important issues like "the make-up of change in a troll's pocket" or "how can order...

When you want to make a circle, how is it done? Well you probably will start with the radius one.

Absolute and relative maxima and minima

Absolute and relative maxima and minima

Absolute value

You'll find absolute value absolutely straightforward--it is just the "distance from zero". If you have a positive number, it is its own absolute value. If you have a negative...

Absolute value

Absolute value