# Voice Over%Narration

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sprinkles

2009 Sep 6 • 2547
10 ₧
Ok I need some people to do a voice over narration thingy to
demonstrate how to do the quadratic formula. I need more than
one person to give it some variation. So if you're interested...

Requirements ::

Please talk really clearly (without over enunciating)
Pause whenever you see a comma you know the proper way and stuff
comments begin with // and are not in the actual speech
Pause between sentences for about 3-5 seconds because I will cut
and edit the audio into different tracks

Speech ::
"
Quote:
To begin, make sure you have set up the equation properly...
x= (-(b) +/- Sqrt( b^2 -4 (a)(c)))/(2*a) //read as X equals negative B plus or minus the square root of B squared minus 4 times A times C ALL over 2 times A
Now, you input your variables A, B, and C.
Remember that at the beginning it is Negative B, as in -1*B
We then solve for the discriminant (that is the expression under the radical).
Multiply A times C, then take that product and multiply it by negative four.
Then we square b, and add the two expressions.
Get the square root of the number.
Next, we must separate the equation into two separate equations.
Then we reduce.
We are done.
//Ok that was the base now we have to go ever the dependent stuff
minus
divide
multiply
square root
square
i
You will notice that our discriminant is negative. It is impossible to get the square root of a negative number. We must make it positive, and add an i to the end of it.
The square root of this discriminant is not an integer (it has a decimal) so it is appropriate, in most cases, to leave it as the square root of the discriminant.
Hopefully, you remembered to include the i in the final solution, because if you didn't then your answer is wrong.
Now, if the discriminant is positive you will get two real numbers, if it is negative you will get two complex numbers, and if it is 0 then you will get 1 repeating real number.
Would you like to hear more about 'i?'
Okay.
I is an imaginary number; i equals the square root of -1.
So you can deduce that i^2 //i squared
equals 1, this is important later on.
You cannot get the square-root of a negative and expect to come up with anything sensible, or so you have been told thus far.
In reality, you can, take the square root of a negative number, using i.
YOU MUST ALWAYS DO THE i-PART FIRST!!!
You deal with i just as if it were x, except for the fact that x^2 is just x^2, but i^2 is
 ≡ 2009 Dec 23 at 18:35 PST — Ed. 2009 Dec 23 at 19:01 PST
SolidKAYOS

2007 Jun 24 • 84
68 ₧
I got
Would you like to hear more about 'i?'
Okay.
I is an imaginary number; i equals the square root of -1.
So you can deduce that i^2 //i squared
equals 1, this is important later on.
You cannot get the square-root of a negative and expect to come up with anything sensible, or so you have been told thus far.
In reality, you can, take the square root of a negative number, using i.
YOU MUST ALWAYS DO THE i-PART FIRST!!!
You deal with i just as if it were x, except for the fact that x^2 is just x^2, but i^2 is
Make awkward sexual advances, not war.
Down Rodeo said:
Dammit, this was the one place that didn't have this, but noooooo, molkman pisses all over that
 ≡ 2009 Dec 24 at 06:12 PST
Down Rodeo
Cap'n Moth of the Firehouse

2007 Oct 19 • 5486
57,583 ₧
Put it on Rapidshare or mediafire or something.
 ≡ 2009 Dec 26 at 05:59 PST
SRAW
Rocket Man

2007 Nov 6 • 2525
601 ₧
who deleted my post here?
 ≡ 2009 Dec 27 at 00:17 PST
the_cloud_system
polly pushy pants

2008 Aug 1 • 3076
-6 ₧
GOD!!!!!!!!!
I drink to forget but I always remember.
 ≡ 2009 Dec 27 at 01:40 PST
Mate de Vita
Kelli

2008 Oct 4 • 2453
159 ₧
SRAW said:
who deleted my post here?

Thank God for that.
...and that's the bottom line because Mate de Vita said so.
 ≡ 2009 Dec 27 at 02:05 PST — Ed. 2009 Dec 27 at 02:05 PST
SolidKAYOS

2007 Jun 24 • 84
68 ₧
Here
Make awkward sexual advances, not war.
Down Rodeo said:
Dammit, this was the one place that didn't have this, but noooooo, molkman pisses all over that
 ≡ 2009 Dec 27 at 03:55 PST
sprinkles

2009 Sep 6 • 2547
10 ₧
New house, new laptop, no internet. Yea that pretty much says it.
The house is small 1 story. The laptop is decent, Dell Windows 7 Intel Pentium duo 2.10 ghz 3 gigs ram sucky graphics card though. Get internet after the holidays. Then I can get back to that calculator program and I can give a listen to Kayos's audio (I can't right now because I am at borders and the internet is slow on top of that mcafee is downloading updates and lojack wants to register and I am download visual studio 2010 beta 2....). But nonetheless I am back [after new years].
 ≡ 2009 Dec 30 at 15:24 PST
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