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Littlemadtiger

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    EGC Discord and C#

    Littlemadtiger (Ghost), is back with a video on our Discord and a quick overlay on C# Comment below to let me or others know what you would like to see in future videos.
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    Khan Academy

    Updating soon.
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    About Me Howdy EGC Peps

    Greetings fellow coder. I see you are well grasped in what you adhere to do in your future. Hope to see you around, young man!
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    Hiya

    Howdy youngling, welcome aboard.
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    Math 101- The start

    Howdy everyone. As the media staff member of EGC, I'm held to a responsibility to help around the community. For my inactivity period, it has been noticed. After some internal discussion in regards to helping out here at EGC, I've decided to regain focus into this community and actually put effort into educating those on the internet (outside of my current work and other family matters), for this community. The reason I will be making this is simple. Who says you cannot be more educated on the internet? Why not play a few games, and at the same time be able to take in a little knowledge base on the fundamentals of math. Yeah, we all know math was the boring subject in school. The truly gifted really ever got it, and it made learning it a true 'pain in the ass'. So, why not break it down to dummy form, and make sure everyone gets it! I bring you Math 101- The start. This will be my introductory course on Math related topics: Fractions, Algebra, Trigonometry, Calculus, and much more that covers the math world. We won't start going into limits or differential equations right off the bat. That is a waste, and truly sucks to read. For now, I'll start with the pure basics. Fractions: (Source: MathCaptain.com) When we talk about fractions, we refer to numbers that can be converted to percentages (ex: 1/2= 50%), and into decimals (1/2= .5). However unlike most integers, fractions are not integers. (An Integer is defined as a set of numerical numbers that are not unimaginable or fake). However, you can re-write integers into fractions. For example, you may turn 7 into 7/1. Why the 1 there? Well, you're defining a fraction based off of 1 or 100%. If you have a whole number of 7, you have 700%, or simply just 7. If that confuses you, imagine this. You need 1 cup of water to fill a bowl in the sink. Let's say now you have 7 cups of water for 1 bowl. You now have 7 cups of water for every 1 bowl. See where we get 7/1? Another example. Let's say I wanted to convert 1/5 to a decimal. Okay, so we know that whatever goes into 100, has to be multiplied to make 5/5= 100%. So, we know that 20% of 100 is 20. So, 20 * 5 = 100. So, we can say now that 1/5 of 100 is 20. So, now we can finish the rest. 1/5 is 20%, 2/5 is 40%, 3/5 is 60%, 4/5 is 80%, and 5/5 is 100%. You may also turn the fraction back into the whole number, ONLY is it asks you to give a fraction value of a whole number. For example, let's say it asks what is 2/5 of 50. Okay, so we know that we have to find a number that can go into 50, 5 times. So, 1/5 of 50 is 10, because 10 goes into 50, 5 times. Now, you can answer this question. 2/5 of 50 is 20. (Most professors/teachers will ask you this question, in a form like this: What is 33% of 100?. It's more or less easier to convert a whole number from a percentage. So, 33% of 100 is: 33. (We will further detail adding, subtracting, and multiplying fractions in our Algebra section. This will be where you will see reciprocals, whole numbers into fractions, etc. For now, this is all the basics. Practice problems: 1- Write 2/6 as a decimal 2- Write 25% as a fraction 3-What is the equivalent value (ex: decimal, fraction, etc) of 40%? (If you'd like, you may post your answer as included in the comment section). I will be adding more to this subject soon, with videos and how to's very soon. There are other websites that have the ability to teach these subjects better and clearer. Please use all the resources that are always available to you online. This is the new age we live in now, take advantage young men and women.
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    Nightfire

    Seen this person in the server a few times. Probably one of those individuals that I would trust in the role. Good luck, buddy. +1
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    Best language to learn

    Littlemadtiger is finally back in the states and here with a video Christmas day! How about them apples? Enjoy and love these kick ass videos I'll bring.
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    Intro to Java

    Back with another video! I started out a little rough. The writing parts of Java are iffy for me, but the technical and coding parts (Explaining the code and how OOP is related to it), is easier for me than anything. Thank you guys!
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    nickname

    Bickus dickus
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    Clearances

    (FOR US PERSONAL ONLY): This video is strictly made to provide citizens or un-naturalized citizens with an opportunity to learn more about the types of clearance levels offered by the federal government agencies/contracting companies.
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    Mayweather vs Mcgregor

    I don't know what Irishman thought he could win against a bigger and stronger black man in a boxing match. That shit comes straight out of a rocky movie.
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    Tip of the Hats

    https://tipofthehats.org/ Tip of the Hats The tip of the Hats is a Team Fortress 2 wide charity event, helping fund programs for kids with cancer to have fun, and embellish their lives while they still have a chance. If you haven't heard of Tip of the hats, I've included a link to their main website located at the top of this post, up next to the header. If you're interested in donating items to put forth for the charity event, there is an active donation system established on scrap.tf: https://scrap.tf/blog/posts/17 and they are taking items that are easily transferable to currency (unusuals, australiums, etc.). Their cash donations system will be available on September 15! To tun into their events, they also have included a schedule, which is also located on their website. They will be going from September 22- 24, from 11AM to 11PM all 2 days.
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    Hello!

    Yo. Welcome mate.
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    Simple platformer game

    Ive postponed the project until further notice, but mostly yes @CrazyyCow
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    Khan Academy

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