The History of Mathematics and Its Applications

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MajorPrep says:

Numbers/Counting (00:00)
Logic (00:50)
Euclids Elements/Euclidean Algorithm (2:16)
Cryptography (3:05)
Calculating the Radius of Earth (4:54)
Calculus (5:06)
Graph Theory (6:20)
Topology (7:51)
Fourier Analysis (9:17)
Group Theory (10:15)
Boolean Algebra (12:21)
Set Theory (12:45)
Markov Chains (15:40)
Game Theory (17:05)
Chaos Theory (18:17)
Geodesics (19:51)
Fermat's Last Theorem (20:08)
Millenium Prize Problems (20:40)
You can maybe go back to doing that homework you're procastinating (21:17)

Not everything in the video is exactly in chronological order but most of them are. I know I didn't include everything of course but there was constant back and forth of should I go over more topics in less detail, or less topics in more detail…I hoped this would be a happy medium.

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Lacy Paile says:

really interesting! the graphics made everything really easy to understand 🙂 also congrats on 100k!!!

J S says:

I'm only 6 mins into this video but this is a solid general understanding of the history of maths. I have an AS in Math from a US college but also have a deep passion for math. Bravo on this thoughtful and factual video. Rare find!

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dani ortega says:

I expected a detailed history of math but this was too rushed and you skipped a lot of things. Why not cover trig and geometry? Would have made a really long video? Yes, but that can be fixed by making series, covering maybe one branch of math on each video. I wanted names, dates and stories of important people in detail.

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I’m currently pursing a BS in CS but I’m thinking of switching to BS Math with minor CS.. Do you have any advice as to what kind of jobs/fields i could work in? Thanks

Francisco Russo says:

100K Special?

Sakib Sadman says:

YOO MAKE THIS A SERIES I want more detail

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Spencer Allbritton says:

Loved this video man! Please do more! I would love it if you could do a history of specific mathematical subjects like “The History of Calculus,” or Algebra, Geometry, Topology, etc… and physics and engineering subjects like fluid mechanics, engineering mechanics, quantum field theory, and so on. Just an idea, I think you have a wealth of potential and material for this “A History of…” type of video.

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