In a day and age where we so easily construe talking about doing things as actually doing things, math remains one of those disciplines that can’t be faked. If you are struggling to progress in math ask yourself if you are actually PRACTICING mathematics or are you thinking — or talking — about doing math instead?
…easing tutorials on YouTube. While the blog focuses mainly on interesting math topics and problems, the YouTube channel will focus on practical, hands-on tutorials aimed at building strong math skills and an intuitive understanding of mathematics as a whole. Oh yeah, it’s getting REAL (and imaginary… and complex…pardon my dorky math humor😉)
…his result, and I’ve talked about this before…but that was before I encountered Tennenbaum’s proof. A magnificently clever, yet straight-forward proof of irrationality. Using a basic understanding of geometry we can logically show that square root 2 is irrational. It’s quite a fun little proof!
And that’s your introduction to Systems of Equations. For more tutorials on how to solve more advanced systems of equations including how to solve systems of three equations using back-solving and matrices, subscribe to the Math Hacks Channel and follow me here on Medium!
What I love about seeing problems solved in multiple ways is you get the opportunity to really get to know a concept and fully understand it in a way you wouldn’t be able to had you not seen both methods. Not only are you more likely to stumble across that coveted aha! moment, you now have way more tool…