How to see what tags a YouTube video has:
Anyone who is trying to make a career in YouTube has likely not known what to put in the “Tags” section of their videos.
What if I were to tell you that it has already been done for you.
There are billions if not trillions of videos on YouTube, and it is very likely that some videos are similar to yours.
Therefore you can learn from how other creators tag their videos to get a bigger reach, by simply looking them up.
All that it requires is a video and a modern browser.
Here we go:
- Go to the video on your browser, like Chrome, Firefox, Safari, etc.
- Right-click on the page and click “view page source”.
- Hit “Ctrl-F” and search for “keywords”.
- Then after “content=” you will see all of the tags on the video.
How to Solve an Equation on a TI-84 Plus CE:
Solving equations is one of the most essential things in Math, particularly in Algebra and Precalculus.
The TI-84 Plus CE isn’t a CAS calculator, but it actually has a simple equation solver hidden away.
The calculator will only give you one answer and they will only be in real numbers. This means that if the equation has multiple answers, you have to write in a number in place of the solution you get, and then change it to a number that is closer to the other answer.
Ex. if you get the answer 5, but it has 2 solutions, one of which being negative, then you can change the 5 to “-20” and then hit “SOLVE” again to maybe get “-3” or something like that.
Here we go:
- Press the “MATH” button on the far left.
- Then scroll down to the last thing in the list, labed as “C: Numeric Solver…”
- Then write the left side of the equation in the “E1” section, and hit “ENTER”
- Then write the right side of the equation in the “E2” section and hit “ENTER” again.
- You will then be shown the equation, and a the default X value of 10.
- Then simply hit the “GRAPH” button to solve, and the X value will change to the number.
How to setup an Nspire Graphing Window to show axis steps:
By default the TI-Nspire CX calculator graphing window only shows the “1” for the x-axis and y-axis, but not the other numbers.
When I was using my Nspire calculator for the first time I was annoyed about this, especially as programs like Desmos and Geogebra have every number on the axes.
Below are 5 easy steps with photos that show you how to get all the numbers.
Here we go:
Step 1: Go into your graphing window.
Step 2: Press the [MENU] button.
Step 3: Go into the “Actions” submenu and find “Attributes” and then select it.
Step 4: Move the cursor over the x-axis so it becomes bold, by using the touchpad.
Step 5: Press on the x-axis and you will see a menu dropdown. Go down to the third item in the list and move it all the way to (1/3) with the cursor arrows. Then when you are done press the [ENTER] button to save the new settings.
DO NOT press [ESC] or you’ll have to do it all over again.