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Copy of Google Search Tricks
Google Presentationon 11 May 2011
Transcript of Copy of Google Search Tricks
for Engineers University Program
Industry Programs go/programs4engineers Why get involved? This one-stop resource page contains many ideas on how you can participate in our programs and events, whether you have a full 20% to spare, or just 1%. Examples of activities Placing a - in front of a term excludes that word. Example:
None of your results will have the word computer in them if you search for apple -computer. Placing text a ~ in front of a word searches for that word and all its synonyms. ~ Example:
Searching for cat ~nutrition gives your results that contain cat along with nutrition, food, protein, health, etc. Inluding related: and the URL searches for results that are somehow related to that URL. related: Example:
Searching for related:google.com gives you results that have to do with searching the Web. Putting OR (must be capitalized) includes either of the words. OR Example:
Searching for ipod OR mp3 player gives your results that contain either ipod or mp3 player. Putting ... between numbers searches for numbers in that range. ... Example:
Searching for economy 1928...1932 gives you results that contain economy and any number between 1928 and 1932. Search within a web domain by including site: and the URL. site: Example:
Searching for battery site:learninginhand.com searches the Learning in Hand site for battery. Search for sites that link to another by including link: and URL. link: Example:
Searching for link:azk12.org gives you results that contain links to azk12.org. Math Search Infomercial Input a math expression for Google to solve. arithmetic ADDITION:
Entering 2+5 returns 7
Entering 2009-25 returns 1984
Entering 365*5 returns 1825
Entering 100/5 returns 20
Entering 4^2 returns 16
Entering 17%5 returns 2 (the remainder after division) Use Google to convert expressions with different units. conversion http://www.googleguide.com/calculator.html Learn lots more about using Google as a calculator: Visiting universities for a careers fair/tech talk Attending an industry conference or giving a talk Attending an industry conference or giving a talk Testswt