Happy Pi Day from Carnegie Mellon University! Professor of mathematical sciences Po-Shen Loh explains why Euler’s Equation is the most beautiful equation in math. The video was filmed as part of a pi and pie discussion with CMU alumna, baker and blogger Quelcy Kogel (A 2007). For more: ispulse.info/video/lqakaWR8ioRxgKY.html

This guy makes me so happy

Who is e supposed to be talking to when he says "Join me, and we'll be one"? e^(i*pi) + 1 isn't 1, it's 0. So he can't be talking to 1. e^(i*pi) + 0 is -1, so it can't be 0. 0 - e^(i*pi) = 1, but that's not the way he has the equation written on the board. I'm confused.

He looks so passionate about math. 😊

He is so happy

wow

this is basic maths for Indians 😂 and dude plzz visit india u ll see much more beautiful equations

Sir you are amazing, In india I am IIT student our teacher derive this formula by this method But I want give challenge that 1÷0=infinity. (Why ?) By trigonometry application and theorem

-1 × -1 is uh... the opposite of 1? -1? Or ... -1! Or i factorial...lol

i hate maths

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Can't get any thing 😅😅

Hes cute when hes in nerdy mode

Amazing

Yo Po-shen Loh, why are you so cringe.

You can see it on his face that he is literally in love with math..

he is so excited the video feels sped up

in 2018 a random guy is having his most intense journey to find his scientific calculator for his exams tomorrow.

I'm sorry but i is not the square root of -1. It's defined simply as a number that when squared equals one. You cant say it's the square root of -1 because the square root function is defined exclusively on positive numbers. Saying i=sqrt(-1) would easily lead to the contradiction that -1=1 as follows. i*i=sqrt(-1)*sqrt(-1)=sqrt(-1*-1)=sqrt(1)=1. But i^2 in the first place is -1.

i wish i was him

He’s slamming the board with the chalk and I can’t get the sound out of my head

i would like i can switch my profesor with him hahaha but really.

Ho could be a good teacher

The most beautiful video on youtube

I'm an arts student and this is beautiful

i know my squares, im happy with that

I love his excitement ahhh

Beautifully explained. But e should say: "Why did I raise you into such negative numbers?"

Ah so THAT’S how you get ‘e’! I’ll remember that for Saturday night....

that punch line sucks. that's why Euler never wanted nerds to ruin his equation.

Oh my god.... so funny... hahahaha... stop it already

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Another episode of big bang theory..

but why?

Love this

Math teachers are stupid because they don't know how to use Math in real life, By the way , I'm a PhD student in CS.

here's another beautiful number I discovered myself (idk if anyone already mentioned this in the history of math ever but I haven't done my research at the time that I am writing this, so I will proceed) 142857. why? multiplied by two, becomes 285714 by three, 428571 by four, 571428 by five, 714285 by six, 857142 but by seven, becomes 999999 anymore than six, with the exceptions of joining the number 0 to the numbers 1-6 to form a two-digit number (e.g., 10, 20, 30, etc.) and multiplying them to 142857, and the special exception of multiplying seven to it (or 70 or any number of digits starting with 7) will result in one of the digits present in 142857 to be missing. more rules: the digits present in 142857 will be present in that order when dividing a number non-divisible by 7 once (meaning it will result in a number with decimals, not a whole number) in the resulting decimals. dividing the number with 142857 in its decimals already by 7 once more will result in not seeing the number 142857. edit: okay so I did my research and it turns out this number has been discovered by other people. if you didn't understand my explanation perhaps this might help: en.wikipedia.org/wiki/142,857

Here's the most beautiful thing I ever discovered: my girlfriend is like √-100 a perfect ten, but also imaginary

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Inchworm, the muppet show, are my math

I love how excited he looks

E shouldn't say anything you dork

giving a thumbs up just because of how enthusiastic and happy the guys sounds when describing math

Who the f dislikes this??

Monogatari series :v 3uler identity ... I like math to

I did not get the joke.

I cant get over how happy he is haha. Literally goals

Pi's equivalent 3.14 is the birthday of albert Einstein march 14

the guy seems genuinely happy to do it!! nice..!!

He is an exemplary math professor simply bc you can see his passion for it in both his eyes and his voice.

Was watching in 1.5x. DO NOT RECOMMEND

i hate maths

get this guy some milk...........

You need a High IQ to get the *E*

His smile😂

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wow ! this will definately be very helpful.. bhaiya, please do a video for chemistry also.

he making this up

I calculated on a calculator and the answer was ERROR

42

That’s not funny at all

These are the kind of math teachers we should all have. He actually enjoys what he's doing!

his got passion

"There's no way you can multiply two numbers and get a negative one"..... then what's 3 x -2 = ?

In India we study this in standard 11th in complex number euler form

you taught me more in 2 minutes than my actual teacher in 3 weeks HAHA

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I'm actually a chemistry and biochemistry major but I did some uni" physics. Physics and astrophysics are certainly inspiring subjects as are the beauty of the equations that are their foundation. They may answer the most fundamental question of *why is their something and not nothing.* Tell me readers, do you regard yourself as a naturalist and thus committed to the philosophy of scientific materialism? If so could anyone explain the origin, existence and uncanny applicability of abstract mathematics to the material universe? It is not a trick question. The late S.Hawking seems to think the Law of gravity created the universe out of nothing. What's your take on the major theme of his latest book? Do u think there is anything in the material realm that could be an actual infinite? See Dave Hilbert's verdict.

The way he feels about math, is the way I feel about pizza

I love how he's so excited 😂

Can someone help me I have a test tomorrow: KX+3X=4;X (for X)

He is so happy doing math

can i just call 911?

My Most Beautiful Math Equation Is 1+1=2 Simple One

If I had him for a maths teacher when I was a youngster I would have been a genius. He makes it intersesting

It's interesting! Love from India 💝

His smile is precious

Very Cool!!!

i dont get it. can someone explain to me?

This is notttttt funny