## The sin(z) = 2 problem revisited

Simon found the z for sin(z) = 2 once again, to show the solution to his math tutor. He only consulted his old notes once during the whole process. He … Continue reading The sin(z) = 2 problem revisited

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## The sin(z) = 2 problem revisited

## Induction as mathematical proof

## Behind the scenes

## How Simon Learns

Simon found the z for sin(z) = 2 once again, to show the solution to his math tutor. He only consulted his old notes once during the whole process. He … Continue reading The sin(z) = 2 problem revisited

Simon explains: “Induction is a mathematical term, type of mathematical proof, if you have a couple of base cases (n base cases), then the inductive hypothesis implies that for the … Continue reading Induction as mathematical proof

This is a behind the scenes video (Simon wasn’t even aware of me filming at first, but he always talks to himself when working out a proof, so that helps). … Continue reading Behind the scenes

This is how Simon learns: I watch him as he discovers a new math resource on YouTube (the Blackpenredpen channel). Then his math tutor (a high school teacher Simon has … Continue reading How Simon Learns