The entire field of mathematics summarised in a single map! This shows how pure mathematics and applied mathematics relate to each other and all of the …

A great video. However, you made "algebra" and "geometry" look way simpler then they are. They're not about solving equations and triangles. These are the ancient "algebra" and "geometry", if I may say. Modern algebra is more broad and it includes Group Theory that you classified as one area. Also, I believe that Real Analysis must be mentioned as one big area (that would include of course what you called "changes").

I’m not going to lie as difficult as this is it’s very interesting. I just don’t know how to make the leap from the gap to the actual concept. So frustrating.

interesting topics but some few errors ( 0:12 and 1:36 for example) it's sad cause you make a good works and it's a very good idea to present maths like this

Thanks for that ö. It the disconnect you are hinting a bit around that becomes even weirder when considering math usually has true statements that stays true, forever. In this world those are quite few, and still it seems to work.

you contradicted yourself by saying that its amazing how things in the universe can be explained by a thing that humans made, but at the beginning you said that the beginnings of math came from counting, and other animals can do that too

Sadly, I’m confused, so I’m just gonna go listen to Jinjer, “I speak Astronomy”, that’s going to return my escaped neurons back together in a most random order, see, I’m confused

please tell me what section of mathe is important for computer science, i don't have time to learn many things i just want to go straight to the subject . PLEASE HELP !???

se me hace muy gracioso y estoy de acuerdo en que coloquen un pentagrama en la categoria de matemáticas aplicadas a la economia😂😂😂, siempre y cuando lo hagan por el enfoque capitalista y no por la ciencia economia en sí; no doy más detalles por que se me hace muy agotador explicarlo 😛

An alternate definition of prime numbers is the set of natural numbers with exactly 2 distinct factors. Under this definition, it is obvious that 1 is not prime

good job

8:22 just nailed it!

You think math is invented and not discovered? Oh, you sweet summer child

Applied mathematics is a more accurate term for "Engineering"

Wonderful. Thank you.

This guy sounds like Brian cox

The only thing I understood was the origins part

Zero was discovered/invented by the Mayans around 300BC

shame that my university destroyed my interest in maths..

>and coffee cups and donuts are the same thing – topologically speaking

How so? Donut has a hole and cup doesn't.

A great video. However, you made "algebra" and "geometry" look way simpler then they are. They're not about solving equations and triangles. These are the ancient "algebra" and "geometry", if I may say. Modern algebra is more broad and it includes Group Theory that you classified as one area. Also, I believe that Real Analysis must be mentioned as one big area (that would include of course what you called "changes").

What is that with linear algebra

0 is natural!

I’m not going to lie as difficult as this is it’s very interesting. I just don’t know how to make the leap from the gap to the actual concept. So frustrating.

interesting topics but some few errors ( 0:12 and 1:36 for example) it's sad cause you make a good works and it's a very good idea to present maths like this

Yeah.. seeing through the matrix. I completely agree with everything what you said in the end.

Even the Venus Fly Trap plant can count

More NONTRIVIAL EXAMPLES of pure mathematics needed!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! U missed pretty much everything.

Thanks for that ö. It the disconnect you are hinting a bit around that becomes even weirder when considering math usually has true statements that stays true, forever. In this world those are quite few, and still it seems to work.

Lovely and awesome

why does he call e the exponential number? is it not the natural number?

Beautifully designed map, nicely crafted video, awesome effort, Thanks…

You missed proof theory

Have been looking for a video like this for a while, finally!

Sounds like i explored every branches of mathematics

you contradicted yourself by saying that its amazing how things in the universe can be explained by a thing that humans made, but at the beginning you said that the beginnings of math came from counting, and other animals can do that too

Sweet good work

good job brother ! keep the good work going .. really appreciate your hardwork ❤

I suck at maths

Map of linguistics!

Please sir explain me ……mock theta function and it's physical meaning

Logistics

Sadly, I’m confused, so I’m just gonna go listen to Jinjer, “I speak Astronomy”, that’s going to return my escaped neurons back together in a most random order, see, I’m confused

please tell me what section of mathe is important for computer science, i don't have time to learn many things i just want to go straight to the subject . PLEASE HELP !???

Should i study math if i want to get into machine learning?

se me hace muy gracioso y estoy de acuerdo en que coloquen un pentagrama en la categoria de matemáticas aplicadas a la economia😂😂😂, siempre y cuando lo hagan por el enfoque capitalista y no por la ciencia economia en sí; no doy más detalles por que se me hace muy agotador explicarlo 😛

I dont like math, but this video was very interesting thanks.

Very interesting video thanks

An alternate definition of prime numbers is the set of natural numbers with exactly 2 distinct factors. Under this definition, it is obvious that 1 is not prime

It was really fabulous….

The only thing I missed were the Venn diagrams…making problems look so simpler.

type theory?

I’d love to see one on the origins of art

Informative! TFS!