# Mathematics on the fingers GIFCA Mathematics (ancient Greek <ancient Greek learning, science..) - The science of structures, procedures and relationships historically established on the basis of counting operations, measuring and describing the shapes of objects. Mathematical objects are created by the idealization of real property or other mathematical objects and record these properties in a formal language. Mathematics is not a science, but it is widely used in them as to their exact wording of the content and to obtain new results.

Mathematics - basic science, providing a (common) language means other sciences; thus it reveals its structural relationship and helps finding the most general laws of nature.

Animated Math is not dry charts and figures, which are sometimes impossible to understand. This is understandable, visual animated gifs fundamental laws of mathematics. This is looked at SIFCO and more, from school, it becomes clear. Watch interesting even to those who did not understand anything;)

## How to draw an ellipse Ellipse - a closed curve in the plane, which can be obtained as the intersection of the plane and a circular cylinder or as an orthogonal projection onto the plane of the circle.

## How does Pascal's triangle Pascal's Triangle - on the top and sides of the unit, each number is the sum of the numbers placed on them.

## How quickly multiply binomial Bean or binomial - a special case of a polynomial (polynomial), consisting of two terms of monomials (monomials).

## How to understand logarithms What logarithms?

## How not to get confused by conducting matrix transposition Carrying out the matrix transposition.

## Intuitively, that "Pythagorean pants in all directions are equal" a vivid example of the rule of "Pythagorean pants on all sides are equal."

## Why is the amount of external corners of the polygon is always equal to 360 degrees Intuitively, the amount of external corners of the polygon.

## How to actually look like the number "Pi" As the number of "Pi" looks really? There you are.

## If the arc length is equal to the length of its radius, the resulting angle is equal to one radian If the arc length is equal to the length of its radius, the resulting angle is equal to one radian.

## Visualization sinus (red) and cosine (blue) corner Visualization sinus (red) and cosine (blue) corner. There you are.

## The same, but even easier ## Same triangles ## And a little trigonometry ## The curves of tan The curves of tan? There you are.

## If you expand the picture gets even clearer ## How do I transfer function from the Cartesian to polar coordinate system How do I transfer function from the Cartesian to the polar coordinate system? There you are.

## How to draw a parabola How to draw a parabola? There you are.

## Riemann sum - the approximate area under the curve The sum of the Riemann - approximate area under the curve. There you are.

## How to draw a hyperbola Praivlny way to draw a hyperbole.

## If we translate this in 3D, will hyperboloid Schematic representation of the hyperboloid. That's all - straight lines, though hard to believe!

## Here is a hyperboloid in real life How does the hyperboloid in real life!

## Mathematical animated graphics Various physical and mathematical charts.