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ESG X: Students Design & Teach GIR Related Problems

Undergraduates at the Experimental Study Group design their own GIR-related problems and then teach them to you. Students create their own videos that display their passions for problems in Math, Physics, and Biology.

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An Approach to Classical Mechanics Problem Solving

An Approach to Classical Mechanics ...

Added 2 years ago | 00:11:07 | 1024 views

MIT undergraduate Billy Ndengeyingoma teaches an approach to Classical Mechanics problem solving.

Lorentz Transformation

Lorentz Transformation

Added over 2 years ago | 00:08:54 | 4539 views

MIT Freshman Steven Fine explains the Lorentz Transformation

How the Body Used Energy: Cellular Respiration

How the Body Used Energy: Cellular ...

Added over 2 years ago | 00:07:31 | 4696 views

Anita Wamakima explains cellular respiration

Theory of the Firm

Theory of the Firm

Added over 2 years ago | 00:08:00 | 3425 views

ESG freshman Joel Schneider uses Lagrange Multipliers applied to microeconomics

Gradients and Vector-valued Functions

Gradients and Vector-valued Functions

Added almost 3 years ago | 00:05:13 | 4674 views

ESG student Joel Schneider teaches the problem "Gradients and Vector-valued Functions"

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