## Learn Through Videos: Mathematics

This is a collection of links to video lectures and documentary films about mathematics and mathematicians, which are made for a general audience. To read a clock, to buy bus tickets, to check out stats for our favorite players, and to play poker games, we use mathematics knowingly or unknowingly. From simple math to complicated statistics, our everyday lives are surrounded by 'mathematical terms' to count, calculate and measure. Without the help of mathematics, it might be almost impossible to study the shapes and motions of physical objects and to understand the universe. How fundamental mathematics is to our lives! Here are hundreds of videos that explain math concepts in an easy-to-understand way, overview the history of mathematics, and tell the interesting stories about mathematicians, mathematics and its applications.

**Mathematics: Making the Invisible Visible**

This is a series of five two-hour lectures given by Professor Keith Devlin, giving a broad overview of mathematics and revealing the vital role it plays in our world.

**Learning Math: Patterns, Functions, and Algebra**

This explores the "big ideas" in algebraic thinking, such as finding, describing, and using patterns; using functions to make predictions; understanding linearity and proportional reasoning; understanding non-linear functions; and understanding and exploring algebraic structure.

**The Beauty of Diagrams**

This is a BBC documentary series presented by Marcus du Sautoy, exploring the stories behind some of the most familiar scientific diagrams.

**The Code**

This is a BBC documentary series presented by Marcus du Sautoy, revealing a hidden numerical code that underpins all nature.

**Greek Mathematics**

A collection of eBooks and films related to Greek mathematics, developed from the 7th century BC to the 4th century AD around the Eastern shores of the Mediterranean.

**Archimedes**

This contains documentary films and books about Archimedes: Archimedes - Infinite Secrets, the works of Archimedes, and the Archimedes Palimpsest.

**The Birth of the Calculus**

Two men independently discovered and formulated methods for the Calculus, Newton in England and Leibniz in Paris.

**Calculus | Khan Academy**

Limits and continuity. Taking Derivatives. Derivative applications. Integration. Integration techniques. Integration applications. Series.

**Rene Descartes**

The French philosopher and mathematician Rene Descartes. This brings a list of eBooks and films related to Descartes.

**Marin Mersenne: The Birth of Modern Geometry**

Marin Mersenne was a French monk of the seventeenth century. He sought to break the wall of secrecy behind which scholars were hiding themselves and their discoveries.

**Geometry | Khan Academy**

Lines. Angles. Shapes. Triangles. Coordinate plane. Area and perimeter. Volume and surface area. Pythagorean theorem. Transformations. Congruence. **...**

**The Story of 1**

The Story of 1 is a BBC documentary presented by Terry Jones, telling the history of numbers - in particular the number 1.

**Algebra | Khan Academy**

Introduction to algebra. Solving basic equations and inequalities. Linear equations, functions, and graphs. Sequences. Systems of Equations. Two variable inequalities. **...**

**Insights into Algebra 1: Teaching for Learning**

Participants will explore strategies to improve the way they teach 16 topics found in most Algebra 1 programs.

**Linear Algebra | Khan Academy**

Vectors and spaces. Subspaces and the basis for a subspace. Functions and linear transformations. Finding inverse determinants. Orthogonal complements. **...**

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