Zach Star - Teaching myself abstract algebra
Teaching myself abstract algebra
When you tutor the kid who cheated their way through school #shorts
Approximations. The engineering way.
What changes? | A lesson in statistics, incentives, and internet stupidity
Is there (always) a line that passes through exactly 2 points?
What I've been reading | STEM book recommendations
STEM students in non STEM classes be like...
An inverted pendulum puzzle
The Bolzano–Weierstrass theorem, a proof from real analysis
Teaching myself an upper level pure math course (we almost died)
The intuition and implications of the complex derivative
Could you avoid being hit by a laser if you were in a room of mirrors?
A donut is not a sphere | Things you can do on one surface but not the other
Why imaginary numbers are needed to understand the radius of convergence
Engineering students be like...(Part 2)
The applications of non-euclidean distance | Metric Spaces
If the hour and minute hand on a clock look identical, can you always determine the time?
What happens at infinity? - The Cantor set
Things get weird at infinity
What would we see if we lived on a hypersphere?
We likely live in one of these 18 universes
These changed how I think about higher dimensions
The real world applications of the dot product
This is why you're learning differential equations
It really seems like our universe could be part of a hypersphere, but... it's probably not
Math and physics can show up when you least expect
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