Hello, and welcome to **The Numerist**!

When I was in school, I realized how important it was to have a trusted resource that could help me with math. After completing my school programs, I’ve decided it is time for me to share what I learned with you, math students looking for help.

In my blog I am going to provide you with all sorts of useful explanation and pointers about as many math concepts as I can. If you don’t see the topic you need or are still confused, leave me a comment. I will be happy to help you. You’ve found the right place if you are looking for the best online math tutoring.

At the same time, I reiterate that mathematics is not just the manipulation of numbers on a piece of paper, but rather it has real world meanings. You don’t have to constantly be performing math everyday, but that doesn’t mean that the world around you isn’t constantly abiding by the laws of mathematics. In fact, I bet you’d be hard-pressed to name something that ISN’T following some math rule.

In addition to this, I came across a very interesting video that demonstrates how common, everyday things, that you probably take for granted, are very mathematical in nature. While math is a great way to stretch your mind, to learn important problem solving skills that are transferable to other aspects of your life, math goes so much further than just that. The beauty of mathematics is all around us. From the very small scale of chemical reactions that give rise to biological life, all the way to the grand scale of physics that dictate gravitational theory or star formation, everything has some sort of formula or concept that helps explain what is going on, or predicts what is going to happen.

In it, you will see video footage of various scenes, alongside some example math formulas and depictions. This is a pretty cool video, very well done, and directly makes the point that I always try to convey – Math in the real world is everywhere! Please take a look.

It’s not a long video, but it has some cool imagery that makes you stop and recognize that some things that we take for granted everyday are really just complicated mathematical systems.

Thanks again for reading my blog, and be sure to stay tuned for further updates. I really appreciate your comments and feedback, so feel free to drop me a message in those places or in the comments below. If there’s anything I missed or you want explained better, I can help with that too.