Visual Math!

I recently shared a problem named Substitute or visualise?.

I found it very keen that how the series could be expressed in terms of a diagram, and without the use of Algebra also, the answer could be found visually.

I request all the community members to share such problems in this discussion as visual math, in my opinion, is wonderful!

In fact, what I feel is that Visualisation is what makes Math beautiful!

I also would like if people share some YouTube channels which show math visually as I really like it and fell that others do too!

Note by Vinayak Srivastava
1 month, 2 weeks ago

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All YouTube channels with visual math are great!! Here is a list of those below:

Before the list, I would invite the audience from brilliant to my YouTube channel: Mathy Mahdi. I plan to post problems and explain visually only, so it would be best to promote my channel because that is the sole reason for this discussion and my channel. Well let's begin.

  • Note: these are in no way rankings, just naming these as they come to my mind
  • Firstly, the great 3b1b. Grant Sanderson uses Manim (a tool he made himself, that's just like WOAH already!!) to make his animations. His videos are already out of the box with perfect relations as you play the video
  • Secondly, there is Think Twice, I guess you already know him. His videos are also fantastic
  • There is Mathologer, he explains any topic in great detail, do check him out
  • Standupmaths and numberphile, can also come in this section
  • Apart from that, all math youtube channels are great

Upvote if you checked out my channel and liked it. Your support will be helpful and appreciated, thanks!

Mahdi Raza - 1 month, 1 week ago

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Thanks! Could you please share more wonderful geometry problems? I really like the visual problems! Your channel is also nice!

Vinayak Srivastava - 1 month, 1 week ago

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Sure, why not. Geometry problems are indeed elegant once solved. Thanks for checking out my channel :))

Mahdi Raza - 1 month, 1 week ago

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