If it shows, this is a section of lessons in math that are well made. I just find it odd that singing toasters on YouTube gets 3 million views and decent science gets 22.

Here is a playlist if you are interested and the video doesn't show for some reason.

I was just wondering if I would rather have science drilled into my head with a jack hammer or sung to me by a mermaid within a symphony composed by Mozart while lounging in the sun on a warm spring day in the south of France, and that is a tough call, but I am going with **Johannes Chrysostomus Wolfgangus Theophilus Mozart** and the mermaid I think.

Hopefully the video will show. (hmmm have to paste embed code in html mode. I think ) I often use the game "einstein" , Rubik's cube and math review to see whether I am functioning. Usually I can easily complete the einstein game in less than 2 minutes with no errors, but lately it has been difficult. I think it was that trip into 5 dimensional gedanken space to the intersect of a Schwartzchild radius that may have blown a mental gasket. It seems the last time this happened is when I delved too deep into Cantor's infinities. Infinity can be a nasty place to play at times.

The videos serve as a pleasant review of calculus and other stuff and is more fun than puzzles as it does have some ultimate use. The neurons do rust when exposed to the internetz.

*therefore*" and had never used that. So here is the LaTeX for Zim wiki representing the Quotient rule.

\therefore

\frac{d}{dx}\bigg[\frac{g(x)}{h(x)}\bigg]

=\frac{g'(x)\cdot h(x)-h'(x)\cdot g(x)}{h(x)^2}

Q.E.D.

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