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PDF BOOK LINK

https://gumroad.com/l/visualizingmath2book

Visualizing Math 2 deals with concepts like

1) How Fourier Transforms are the side-view of a wave.

2) Laplace Transforms are side-view + front view (Imaginary + real part)

3) How Z Transforms are nothing but the discrete cousin of Laplace and DFT of Fourier.

4) How the number 1 appears actually as a fraction 1/1 in Math which means full of full.

Thus sin(90) = 1/1 = full on influence at 90 deg

Thus Max probability = 1/1 = full of full sample space

Thus cos(0) = 1/1 = full on full influence at 0 deg (when parallel)

Unit Circle radius = 1/1 = magnitude doesn't decrease/increase

throughout the rotation. Else it would have been a ratio like 2/1 or 1/4 etc.

5) How Continous functions can be visualized as those functions which you can draw on a paper without lifting up the pencil.

6) How a function differentiable at a point means if you stand at that point,...

(1) You will experience a slope. Slope will exist.

(2) This slope however will not be infinite. (fully vertical)

(3) The slope will be either towards the left or the right but not both the directions.

(4) The slope will not wriggle like a snake (oscillate ) at that point.

7) How a hermitian matrix can be visualized as a any object which which exhitibits vertical symmetry. So even if it is rotated upside down about the central axis( diagonal of the matrix) you wont be able to tell the difference.

8) How probability can be visualized much more intuitively by multiplying it by 100 and thus converting it into a percentage.

Eg:- a probability of 0.2 can be converted to 0.2 x 100 = 20%

9) How probability density can be understood using an example of the Probability of finding a man after entering New-york v/s finding a man after entering a sparsely populated desert.

And so on.........

The book is still in works and subsequent updated will be sent to your mail id for free.

Binnoy

http://visualizingmathsandphysics.blogspot.in

A SEQUEL TO VISUALIZING MATH 1

The Book Visualizing Math 2 in word and pdf format is a sequel to Visualizing Math which is once again available on gumroad the link as

Visualizing Math 1 Link

https://gumroad.com/l/visualizingmaths-e-book

Visualizing Math 2 Link

https://gumroad.com/l/visualizingmath2book

https://gumroad.com/l/visualizingmath2book

Visualizing Math 2 deals with concepts like

1) How Fourier Transforms are the side-view of a wave.

2) Laplace Transforms are side-view + front view (Imaginary + real part)

3) How Z Transforms are nothing but the discrete cousin of Laplace and DFT of Fourier.

4) How the number 1 appears actually as a fraction 1/1 in Math which means full of full.

Thus sin(90) = 1/1 = full on influence at 90 deg

Thus Max probability = 1/1 = full of full sample space

Thus cos(0) = 1/1 = full on full influence at 0 deg (when parallel)

Unit Circle radius = 1/1 = magnitude doesn't decrease/increase

throughout the rotation. Else it would have been a ratio like 2/1 or 1/4 etc.

5) How Continous functions can be visualized as those functions which you can draw on a paper without lifting up the pencil.

6) How a function differentiable at a point means if you stand at that point,...

(1) You will experience a slope. Slope will exist.

(2) This slope however will not be infinite. (fully vertical)

(3) The slope will be either towards the left or the right but not both the directions.

(4) The slope will not wriggle like a snake (oscillate ) at that point.

7) How a hermitian matrix can be visualized as a any object which which exhitibits vertical symmetry. So even if it is rotated upside down about the central axis( diagonal of the matrix) you wont be able to tell the difference.

8) How probability can be visualized much more intuitively by multiplying it by 100 and thus converting it into a percentage.

Eg:- a probability of 0.2 can be converted to 0.2 x 100 = 20%

9) How probability density can be understood using an example of the Probability of finding a man after entering New-york v/s finding a man after entering a sparsely populated desert.

And so on.........

The book is still in works and subsequent updated will be sent to your mail id for free.

Binnoy

http://visualizingmathsandphysics.blogspot.in

A SEQUEL TO VISUALIZING MATH 1

The Book Visualizing Math 2 in word and pdf format is a sequel to Visualizing Math which is once again available on gumroad the link as

Visualizing Math 1 Link

https://gumroad.com/l/visualizingmaths-e-book

Visualizing Math 2 Link

https://gumroad.com/l/visualizingmath2book

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A new all sky star catalog of very own favorite galaxy is scheduled to be released. Launched 1000 days ago, Gaia started its scientific work in July 2014. This first release is based on data collected during its first 14 mont...

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How different factors can affect how quickly a reaction happens is a common topic in the chemistry curriculum. This graphic serves as a convenient summary for teachers and students alike of what these different factors are, and how and why they affect the rate of a reaction. However, it's not only of interest to those

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Who wants a **Baby Penguin Hug ?** 🐧❤😙

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Using the Fermi Gamma-ray Space Telescope , scientists have found a star 25-40 times the mass of the sun and a neutron star orbiting each other in the Large Magellanic Cloud (LMC). The system, called LMC P3, are producing a "cyclic flood of gamma rays," according to NASA. The space telescope was previously used to find 5 of these systems in the Milky Way.

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Python for Linux: Python comes pre-installed on most Linux distributions, and is available as a package on all others. However there are certain features you might want to use that are not available on your distro’s package...

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Sine to Square wave by Fourier transform.

This is so cool!

This is so cool!

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I wanted a radio chart with the wavelength formula, so I made one. I have released it to the public domain. Enjoy!

http://creativecommons.org/publicdomain/zero/1.0/

http://creativecommons.org/publicdomain/zero/1.0/

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