I’d also like to talk about a new video I’ve created (posted below). It’s related to a 4 dimensional hypercube and learning how to train your mind to see things from different mathematical perspectives.
Prior to posting up the video above, I did create another similar video. In the video below, you will see me split a prism into 3 equal parts. This video will interest those who’d like to find the volume of a square based pyramid.
I also made a few new maths videos unrelated to proofs for those interested in mathematical art and funky ideas. I must admit, the quality of my videos (in terms of their resolution) weren’t that great, but hopefully you’ll like them.
My latest clip is called “Percentage Count (0% – 100%)“, designed for those who are struggling to understand what percentages really are. This video illustrates that one percent of something is really one part out of a hundred equal parts of an object. You require one hundred hundredths to produce 100% which is quite simply 1.00.