These GIFs Will Help You Understand Math Concepts Better Than Your Teacher Ever Did

As challenging and tricky as it is, Math is equally rewarding and satisfying in its own way. Do you consider yourself relatively dull when it comes to understanding of Mathematics? These 21 GIFs will increase your chances of acing your Math exams.

Pascal Triangles
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Pascal Triangles

Ellipse
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Ellipse

Matrix Transpositions
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Matrix Transpositions

Multiply Binomials
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Multiplying Binomials

Logarithms
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Solving Logarithms made easier

Exterior angles
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Exterior Angles of Polygons

Pythagorean Theorem
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Mystery Behind Pythagorean Theorem

Radian
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One radian results if the arc of circle is as long as the radius

Pi
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Trouble with Trigonometry? Let this image help you when dealing with pi

Sine and cosine
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With sine (in red) on Y axis and the cosine (in blue) on X axis, here is where the circle (in black) stands

More sign and cosine
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More of the same but from a different perspective

Derivative to sine
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The derivative of the sine is…the cosine

Application to triangles
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An application of sine as well as cosine to triangles

Tangent lines
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Say hello to Tangent lines

A side perspective
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Here is a view with the shape flipped on the side

Parabola
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Draw a Parabola

Cartesian to Polar Coordinates
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Conversion from Cartesian to Polar coordinates of a function

Riemann sum
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Riemann sum equates to the approximate area below a curve

Hyperbola
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That is a Hyperbola

3D Hyperboloid
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Like it or not, straight lines translate this into 3D Hyperboloid