Seems to be a bot over explained :\ Easier to say the interior of a triangle is always 180 degrees, therefor as a ratio all triangles are relative and exponential to each other in volume, area and perimeter. Given a constant in all circumstances gives any determined variable value. Ya know what she said it better :P

I thought this was cool so I tried to show it to my little brother. We got as far as the area of a square before he got stuck. Then he got stressed out, punched me a couple times and then stormed off. He`s 16, doing A level maths next year... Retard.

I hear what she is saying...but then I start hearing her lisp more and more and end up listening to how she is saying it rather than what she is saying. :/

I was hoping that after she was done with the pythagorean theorem example, the paper would easily fold into some origami shape like a crane or something.

- Vihart demonstrates the Pythagorean Theorem with oragami. Math geeks will love this one.
if i keep watching them i may need to go back to high school to figure out wtf is going on...

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