Have you ever seen one of those signs indicating the occupant capacity of a room and thought, how exactly do they get that number? If you thought it was how many people could be physically packed into the room shoulder to shoulder then, no that’s most likely not it. Occupant loads are, for the most
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A Superpower is defined as a state with the ability to exert influence or project power on a global scale, and if needed, in more than one region of the globe at a time. The United States- currently the world’s sole Superpower- fits this description, with an official military doctrine that states its military forces
– [Instructor] Let’s say, for some reason, you had lent the government $1,000, and so the government has given you a formally issued piece of paper that says, “Hey, we, the government, owe you $1,000.” This is issued by the Treasury. This could be a Treasury bond. It could be a T-Bill of some kind.
The street artist known as Banksy belongs to what is sometimes called the “Bristol Scene,” which includes creatives from different genres, notably music. You’ve probably heard of some of the artists that are or were part of this scene, including Massive Attack, Portishead and Tricky. Graffiti was also a big part of the scene, and
Good morning, John. Earlier this week, Matthew Inman, The Oatmeal, posted a comic about how to get likes on Facebook. and one of the things that he suggested doing was to create a sing-along video explaining how to properly load a dishwasher. And so… Ooooh ♫This is how you load a dishwasher♫ ♫This is how
Hi, I’m Adriene Hill and Welcome to Crash Course Statistics. We’ve spent out a lot of time talking about data visualization and different kinds of frequency plots–like dot-plots and histograms–that tell us how frequently things occur in data we actually have. But so far in this series, the data we have talked about usually isn’t
RAOUL PAL: Kyle, fantastic to have you back again. It’s been a while. End of last year, you created quite a sensation with a series of interviews. started with Grant interviewing you about your views on China and some other views. That led us into a series of interviews that were sensational, I think, to