...States of Matter - Dry ice is an interesting exception to the usual solid-liquid-gas model.
2. Density - If a golf ball and ping-pong ball are the same size, why don't they have the same weight?
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...I also taught calculus I, calculus II, calculus III and calculus IV, all these four classes are about limits, derivations, integrals, series and differential equations, the more advanced is the class the more complicated it becomes, for example: in calculus IV student have to know all the aspects... (read more)