Make a video on how to apply for electrical engineering jobs off campus / through walk in interviews. My college doesn't provides good on campus placements . The number of companies visiting are very low..so thus this request

Hello I recently started watching your videos and they are amazing… I have a question that I want to do graduation in a course related to software designing(AI, vr,ar specifically) game designing so should I do Cs or software engineering or any other course??

If you measure with three 7cm rulers forward and four 5cm rulers back I can measure 1cm, and all other measurements can be made by proportionally using more rulers.

Come to think of it, the GCF thing basically says both rulers can only measure multiples of that factor, and any pair of multiples of a given factor are some multiple of that factor apart.

I would love if you did a series on math in computer science, you explain things very well even if they may take longer or bigger jumps. I can write code pretty well, but math can always stop me in my tracks when just written in large or long formulas or with special symbols. When you explain these problems it's more of the logic behind them which I could easily write in code.

I just started a PhD program this semester, and my eyes glazed over when we started talking about this (IS background, CE program). You've done a great job explaining it. Thanks for making these videos.

There is an error in your proof with the rulers — or actually with your statement of the problem: If you lay about four 5 cm ruler on one line and two 7 cm rulers on the other you get a gap of 6 cm; if you then add a 5 cm ruler to line two you get 1 cm. The error appears to be that you had extra rule (that only rulers of the same length can be in a given row), but did not state that assumption. Thus you produced a valid proof of a different set of conditions, but not of the conditions initially stated.

Alright it possibly to factorise a number if it is an integer. What about a complex number whose real component and imaging component are integers? Is it possible to factorise it? And if it is, are these factors prime numbers? In other words, do prime complex numbers exist?

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If you were taking notes on what should be included, do you by chance have list of some of those topics that we could look into ourselves? All in all, great video though!

I could have done this problem 3:37 using just one pair of rulers How? See. We have already measured 2cm. So with a pen mark that point. Now shift the 5cm ruler to the other end of 7cm ruler so this way I'm getting 2cm from right side. Mark that too. And tadda! we get 3cm in between those two demarcations

(This question is out of the Box and most likely wrong) The GCF regarding Cryptography: For Example in Wireless hacking if i got 2 handshakes from different client addresses (users) on the same access point (wifi) would I be able to decrypt the password? Considering the Hashing as well.

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Make a video on how to apply for electrical engineering jobs off campus / through walk in interviews. My college doesn't provides good on campus placements . The number of companies visiting are very low..so thus this request

Hello I recently started watching your videos and they are amazing… I have a question that I want to do graduation in a course related to software designing(AI, vr,ar specifically) game designing so should I do Cs or software engineering or any other course??

You are doing an amazing work man.thanks a lot💕

If you measure with three 7cm rulers forward and four 5cm rulers back I can measure 1cm, and all other measurements can be made by proportionally using more rulers.

Come to think of it, the GCF thing basically says both rulers can only measure multiples of that factor, and any pair of multiples of a given factor are some multiple of that factor apart.

Couldn't you take the 2cm length produced by the first ruler example, and subtract it from 5cm to get 3cm?

I would love if you did a series on math in computer science, you explain things very well even if they may take longer or bigger jumps. I can write code pretty well, but math can always stop me in my tracks when just written in large or long formulas or with special symbols. When you explain these problems it's more of the logic behind them which I could easily write in code.

I like these videos, keep them up.

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This videos are making me crave more math videos from you…😁 Thanks for making them… I hope u'd do some elaborate work on math for Comp sci… 🤗

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I think we know of a much better algorithm that a perfect quantum computer could do, although we have no perfect quantum computers.

What about linear algebra? It's like the core of CS

Your explanation is one of the best! Thank you for bringing back the joy of mathematics to me who is not a mathematics major in university!

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I just started a PhD program this semester, and my eyes glazed over when we started talking about this (IS background, CE program). You've done a great job explaining it. Thanks for making these videos.

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There is an error in your proof with the rulers — or actually with your statement of the problem: If you lay about four 5 cm ruler on one line and two 7 cm rulers on the other you get a gap of 6 cm; if you then add a 5 cm ruler to line two you get 1 cm. The error appears to be that you had extra rule (that only rulers of the same length can be in a given row), but did not state that assumption. Thus you produced a valid proof of a different set of conditions, but not of the conditions initially stated.

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Could you suggest books or any course to learn number theory?

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I love mathematics and logic over coding (truly speaking I hate coding), so which branch of computer science should I go for

Compared to highschool math is it easier to understand the logic or how something works?

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Alright it possibly to factorise a number if it is an integer. What about a complex number whose real component and imaging component are integers? Is it possible to factorise it? And if it is, are these factors prime numbers? In other words, do prime complex numbers exist?

Thank you, this made me fully decide to pursue a degree in physics.

In discrete math course during 1 period, learned nothing and then realized that what I missed with that video.Thank you sir

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Join my enjoyful lessons.

5:30 Not for quantum computers

Hey guys, since this I made a more updated video on number theory and how it's used in cryptography.

Mathematics of Cryptography: https://youtu.be/uNzaMrcuTM0

this dude explain GCF better than all the math teachers i've ever had in a really simple and mind friendly way

If you were taking notes on what should be included, do you by chance have list of some of those topics that we could look into ourselves? All in all, great video though!

7:09 . DARN SMART!

The problem with the rules made me think about consanguinity

This is very helpful for my discrete math final, thanks 🙂

I could have done this problem 3:37 using just one pair of rulers

How?

See.

We have already measured 2cm. So with a pen mark that point.

Now shift the 5cm ruler to the other end of 7cm ruler so this way I'm getting 2cm from right side. Mark that too.

And tadda! we get 3cm in between those two demarcations

4:43 but how to measure 1cm?!?!

Very interesting 👌

Why didn't I take this stuff in highschool, this would've made things so much easier

I wasn't really paying attention to how small the rulers are but, okay

Measuring 833 cm is not a big deal… use the 7 cm ruler 119 times

Dude, look what you have done ! You scared them away

Isn’t zero a positive integer?

am i the only one who think this math looks easier than what we did in high school

Great video

Well I'm really passionate in solving problems of maths

Is cryptography right for me as a career option

Great stuff. Thanks!

(This question is out of the Box and most likely wrong) The GCF regarding Cryptography: For Example in Wireless hacking if i got 2 handshakes from different client addresses (users) on the same access point (wifi) would I be able to decrypt the password? Considering the Hashing as well.

“Lets say we have an infinite amount of rulers”

I wish I had known this in high school. I was so intimidated that I didn't even find out that the math was actually right up my alley.

This is a good video. Has a bare-bones description of the relation between number theory and cryptography.

I have never understood cryptography this vividly!

So if i do not really get this, should I not go into computer science?

..just some advice or personal preference which may be common, the white background with black text is much harder in the eye than black background with a lighter coloured font, the blue wavelengths in White led produced light is a health hazard so less White is better in general, 3blue1brown's videos are very easy on the eye as they generally have dark backgrounds, just an idea to incorporate if you're open to suggestions, thanks for your interesting topics

can u include your research in your descrption, i would like to see the lectures and sites .

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