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Do academics charge for talks at student societies? As a PhD student, should I ask for some honorarium when giving a talk at a student society?

Sorry but the thought of a first year PhD asking for payment from a student association at their own institution smacks of narcissism to me. I suggest you read Umberto Eco's Travels in Hyper Reality. ...
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Is it bad that I gave the wrong answer to a question during a recorded talk?

"Is it bad?" My first reaction was "well, it isn't good but it shouldn't be a big deal" and, in a way, I stand by that and am one of the 20 people upvoting David's answer, above. ...
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Is it bad that I gave the wrong answer to a question during a recorded talk?

If you can resubmit the video (you own a copy, you have the right to do that, ...) and really wat to fix your mistake, I would add to the video a caption with a star, and make the correction there. I ...
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Is it bad that I gave the wrong answer to a question during a recorded talk?

It should not be a big deal at all. Very, very few people watch math talks on YouTube. Also, you could easily edit the YouTube description (or ask for it to be edited, or leave a comment) explaining ...
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How do you ensure that you'll get "credit" when your conference talk is cited?

Fundamentally, whoever defines a measurement system decides what counts towards their interpretation of the metrics they report, and what doesn't. "The" h-index does not exist, what exists ...
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How do you ensure that you'll get "credit" when your conference talk is cited?

Publishing a paper on the topic of the talk is the typical solution. If the talk was expository or otherwise hard to publish in a peer-reviewed venue, a preprint can work.
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How do I mitigate my group project members plagiarizing off me and taking advantage of me?

I'm late to the question, but for anyone else in this situation, there is always the option of anonymously emailing or writing to the professor expressing your concerns with the division of labor ...
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