The one biggest takeaway from all my experience on MSE is that there is always more math to learn.
I think this post is perhaps my best contribution to MSE
Profile picture from the manga (now adapted to an anime): "So I'm a spider, so what?"
P.s: I don't speak hindi.
Find my articles here and older ones here. Be sure to check out the one I wrote on Taylor series (It's one of my favourite ideas in mathematics). Also here is my Anki Deck for Highschool Chem (Based on the Indian Syllabus)
Math and Science content:
Slipping Hexagons-Animated physics problems
Professor Ghrist - Animated vector calculus
3blue1brown - Animated calculus , linear algebra and probability (Also the one which made me like math to begin with)
Panda The red- Tl;dr Medium.com writer, but it was from their writing I understood Feynmans trick and grasped multipole expansion the first time. I recommend a 100%.
Animated Engineering videos<-- Very very good videos, the animations are made in blender (or so I've heard)
MIT OCW notes on probability and combination - These notes are the best write up I've ever seen on the topics.
Khan academy India - If you are an Indian High schooler (+1 / +2), I highly recommend you to check these videos out. The explanations are much better than most 'coachings' based channels.
Curvology (weird graphs and all)- totally underrated youtuber
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