The Most Beautiful Equation in Math

The Most Beautiful Equation in Math

I want to share the most beautiful equation in math with you, okay So [actually] this is literally if you search google the most beautiful equation in math. Yeah, you will find it So this thing I might need to use a little bit of the board I’ll just write this pi we already know what Pi is right. There’s another number in math, which is called I This is the square root of -1, so somehow I Equal to the square root of -1 which you’re not allowed to do There’s no way you can multiply two numbers together and get a negative one Well there is if you allow what are called complex numbers, or imaginary numbers? So that’s this I you can multiply those two together you can get even more crazy number, not only something doesn’t end but it’s not even a real number, but there’s another number in math also, and that number is called “e” and “e” appears on a lot of these scientific calculators, “e” is another number which is just like Pi in the sense that it’s Transcendental doesn’t stop anywhere and also there isn’t uh… there isn’t a very nice way to express what it is. So this one goes by 2.71828 And so on actually this number is also quite impressive. it’s one eight two eight one eight two eight 45 90 45 and more digits Beyond there okay, so a bunch of nice numbers, but this “e” actually comes also somewhere else in Mathematics Even though I told you this doesn’t have sent any nicer Repeating decimal or even terminating decimal with “e”, you can get “e” by saying suppose I have a box of chocolates with a hundred chocolates And I [drop] them all on the ground and I tried to put them all [back] in this is like these nice chocolates But everything’s different right you can ask like what’s the probability that every chocolate went back in the wrong spot And that probability becomes very close to 1 over “e” That’s this and the more chocolates you have the closer it is to this anyway three crazy numbers It turns out that if you take “e” and raise it to that then I can finish the equation with two more numbers like the most basic numbers in Math Are 1 and [0] and This is true So what’s going on? Here is I’ve just put together 3 completely ridiculous numbers and they together make negative 1 For all of the of the nest that was here because all come back in together right here And this is this is a this is an avis called Euler’s identity and [it] is actually [the] most beautiful equation in math because it combines all of these different constants together There’s your [pi] there, but suddenly the pi got joined with all these other ones So there’s some other other other fun parts here – have you seen this is the shirts with the PI and the [I] the joke where Pi says Get real and I says be rational right there They’re basically calling each other out So I seen those shirts ever since I was in [high] school of like the speech bubble get real be rational It’s like the pot calling the kettle black but Actually that should that shirt should have one more punch line the last punch line should be Let me let me write the joke first this one says get real And this one says be rational the correct way to put the punchline on this joke is “e” should say join me and and we’ll be one so of course that’s a Negative one right there, but somehow this was this this punchline the joke was never said before and though We thought of this joke about two years ago American it we have We have already great t-shirts with it

100 thoughts on “The Most Beautiful Equation in Math

  1. This is why i love math, if you pay attention, its not very complicated. But the downside is that if you lose track of whats happening, it gets extremely complicated. Pay attention and its the easiest class youll ever take. And my argument against people that say "English/ELA is easier" is and always will be "how many essays do you have to right in math? e^iπ +1."

  2. 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.

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

  4. Here's the most beautiful thing I ever discovered:

    my girlfriend is like √-100

    a perfect ten, but also imaginary

  5. 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)


    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.

    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:,857

  6. 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.

  7. 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.

  8. Thank you ma'am it was very helpful..Guys i found a good educational channel . I am sharing it with you all. Hope it will be of great use.

  9. 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

  10. 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.

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