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The applications of hyperbolic trig | Why do we even care about these things?
10:02
A dice puzzle you can solve with polynomials
5:42
No you guys, most shapes do not have a center of mass with this property (but some do)
12:47
A surprising topological proof - Why you can always cut three objects in half with a single plane
14:41
Teaching myself abstract algebra
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When you tutor the kid who cheated their way through school #shorts
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Approximations. The engineering way.
16:52
What changes? | A lesson in statistics, incentives, and internet stupidity
9:20
Is there (always) a line that passes through exactly 2 points?
14:49
What I've been reading | STEM book recommendations
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STEM students in non STEM classes be like...
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Random things
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An inverted pendulum puzzle
13:30
The Bolzanoâ€“Weierstrass theorem, a proof from real analysis
19:28
Teaching myself an upper level pure math course (we almost died)
14:54
The intuition and implications of the complex derivative
11:45
Could you avoid being hit by a laser if you were in a room of mirrors?
9:42
A donut is not a sphere | Things you can do on one surface but not the other
8:30
Why imaginary numbers are needed to understand the radius of convergence
6:57
Engineering students be like...(Part 2)
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The applications of non-euclidean distance | Metric Spaces
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If the hour and minute hand on a clock look identical, can you always determine the time?
16:25
What happens at infinity? - The Cantor set
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Things get weird at infinity
12:21
What would we see if we lived on a hypersphere?
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We likely live in one of these 18 universes
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These changed how I think about higher dimensions
12:49
The real world applications of the dot product
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This is why you're learning differential equations
10:20
Symmetry Puzzles
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It really seems like our universe could be part of a hypersphere, but... it's probably not
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Math and physics can show up when you least expect
12:45
Parity Puzzles
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Second Channel Announcement
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Engineering students be like
15:44
What if the universe had a higher dimensional twist in it?
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This question seems like it requires calculus, but it actually has a much more clever solution
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Does math belong in the courtroom?
5:12
A google and amazon interview question with a really clever solution
3:16
When your boss always finds extra work for you to do
14:42
Simple, yet counterintuitive mathematics | Why numbers don't always mean what you think
16:26
Dear linear algebra students, This is what matrices (and matrix manipulation) really look like
7:20
An unexpected application of the harmonic series
14:00
Curves we (mostly) don't learn in high school (and applications)
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The Poisoned Drinks Problem
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The Lost Fisherman Problem | What is the most efficient way back to shore?
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Dear all calculus students, This is why you're learning about optimization
10:51
What does mathematical induction really look like?
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When the FBI had too many fingerprints in storage | The mathematics of image compression
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Dear Calculus 2 Students, This is why you're learning Taylor Series
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Goodbye MajorPrep....(It's Clickbait, just a channel name change)
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Random things that will (likely) surprise you
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Engineers in math class be like...
3:36
I made a (free) linear algebra tool | What I use to make my videos
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The applications of eigenvectors and eigenvalues | That thing you heard in Endgame has other uses
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The intuition behind Fourier and Laplace transforms I was never taught in school
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How do complex numbers actually apply to control systems?
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The beauty of complex numbers
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Engineering professors be like
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What does the Laplace Transform really tell us? A visual explanation (plus applications)