How can anyone not love science? It’s so great and mysterious, it often looks like magic! Go ahead try these incredible experiments at home! You’ll have so much fun! ðŸ˜‰

Science can look like magic. Try it yourself! In this video you will find the easiest science experiments and tricks you can try to do at home or at school. Ask your kids to join and help you with the performance. They will love these bright and cool experiments!

A spinning candle

How to make a candle spin. Poke it with a toothpick in the middle and place over two glasses. Now it is tome to light it from both sides. Look, it starts to move!

Non-newtonian fluid

Is it liquid or is it firm? Lets find out! Take a bowl full of starch, pour some water inside and mic carefully. Done! Try to put your finger in. It feels life liquid, right? And now try to smash it with your fist. What about now? It feels strong! Let your kids try this simple experiments.

A flying ball

How strong is your hairdryer? Apparently strong enough to keep a ball frying. Take a ping-pong ball and place it over the working hairdryer. It is flying! Now bend the hairdryer a bit to different sides, the ball will also move.

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This algebra video tutorial shows you how to solve linear inequalities and how to graph it on a number line. It also shows you how to solve linear inequalities with absolute value functions. In addition, it shows you how to express your solution using interval notation and set builder notation.

http://www.youtube.com/vinteachesmath This video will focus on a absolute value inequality problem. In particular, this video will emphasis the need to set up two equations in order to solve an absolute value inequality. High school students taking a course in Algebra 2/Trigonometry should find this absolute value inequality problem helpful. This video is also relevant for…

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