The Joy of Mathematics
We use math everyday, knowingly or unknowingly. Our life itself is the applications of math. Without math, there would be no architecture, nor commerce, nor time-keeping. Furthermore, no science. The Joy of Mathematics taught by Professor Arthur Benjamin consists of 24 lectures, taking an overview of mathematics from numbers to differential equations and probability. In the first lecture, Professor Benjamin mentions three points where is the joy of math: applications (for everyday life), beauty (in structure), and (for) certainty. Throughout the lectures, he explains various topics in mathematics, including numbers, algebra, geometry, trigonometry, calculus, and probability, in a delightful manner that shows the sheer joy of math.